Group Title: Bradford County Telegraph.
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Uniform Title: Bradford County Telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke, Fla.
Starke Fla
Publication Date: March 14, 1930
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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: VID04750
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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PERKINS QUITS; No. 28 CompleteTo Florida OffersGreat AZALKAM t lir.OO.MINO'tny" : J AT M'KMiN \Week's Movement vantage service.of the Reports refrigerator from Law-express Admits State Is

POST ON STATE Florahome ChanceAs J. S. C. Collins, owner of Totals 1 202,384 tey Indicate prices ranged that while about the the same platform Short Of Money ,

the Belvedere Azalea Nursery on ad the balance of the county, $6"-

HIGHWAY BODYJacksonville Distance to Lake City tthortemsl Tick Routed Santa Fe ,Lake, writes the Telegraph Quarts Berries 00 per crate, growers are receiving And In Arrears

rive Miles to extend an inv.tatlon: tits slightly better than $8 per
readers to drive out to the nursery rate sh consigned
March 10,- G. D. Jacksonville, March 8. A man HtH Apiirotwlilnit WiOOiOOOMurk : net on pmenta ('oml'IIt' to Dlwount. Bllla To
and see the Azalea plants nowa New York markets This holds
re'rklns. Jacksonville businessman Palatka, Mar. 8.-lIard-surfae- who has been a close student of With Steadily In('"_ tit Pay Tutors e
\ announced his resignation 'ng of Road 28 from Grand to livestock Improvement work durIng mass of bloom. lie writes that Inn Volume of Fruit: the week's average prices received
today they are now almost at their best to t 31 cents.
as a member of the !tatOlgbwfly Flora home, a distance of two the past quarter of a century, ( Tallahassee, Fla. !March 8-.-
and well worth (the trip to thnursery
department miles, was completed yesterday two years of which period he was a As an Indication that the strawberry Steadily Improving quality of .Plorlda'H .treasury balance went
alone. has
letter to Governor Doyle E. C. C. McRae, Florahome citizen Chinese government official I In avery season Is opening In thin the fruit Is Been In this week's offerings over the $9,000,000 mark at the
attractive the lake
la a on ,
which he made public Informed The News today.A charge!: of such aotlv'tles! In Manchuria In addition tolhu and section with a rush Is shown In and growers are showing end of Februrny, the treasury department -
(rarlton. Perkins announced his good hard road via Bardin sees wonderful prmMblll- many plants the movement of approximately their Intention of tlghteirng downon announced today In Its
today, flowers covering the and
here eslgnntlon, "because of my feel connects Flora home with this city, ties for Florida as a livestock people drive there from miles, 23 express cars of 280 crates each their, puckers In un effort! to monthly report. The balance on I ,

certain matters with! a distance of 16 miles. state-when the rattle fever tick from the three main shipping further Improve\ the quality adopting February 28, was $9,0(18.124.94(
about around to spend a few hours.
lllKg/ aro familiar.. The Palatka-Lake City Short has. been eradicated.W. !.. -'olnt In the county, Starke a y..lel1f checking Parking compared with $7.fi8 4,4 47,93 at

which( you Perkins Letter Route is now complete from' II. Tomhave of Chicago, executive tey and Hampton. Thin heavy slips In each( crate will carry the the end of January
Florahome to Lake Butler, from I !secretary of the American Peanut h'ThroatResults movement following on the heels name of the packer and the platform '

.[ have set before you In no which a connect'on can be> made by; Aberdeen Angus Breeders Association of last week's cold weather Is tak- poclor's report to the I Orlando Fin:March 8.-Attorney
mistakable manner how the board lateral highway to No. 2 to that the movement of growers will enable them to weed
a paved en menu
the tax I Is the cpeclal'st who tins suchan in DeathOf General Fred II. Davis today
Is wilfully throwing away at Klllsvllle\ for Lake City. opinion and he made that clear berries from this section will out tho careless packers whose told special' congressional subcommittee

payers' money In that It Is using I Much of the heavy traffic maybe yesterday of the State Sanitary Little Child eclipse all former shipping record work lowers the standard of qual- that In his op'nlon mon-

a privately owned, patented type I avoided as well as shorteningthe Board in monthly session here .*. ity required.The \. ey from the state highway fund

of( surfacing > . when It should which I I distance about five miles be Dr. Tomhave was for twelve! Lawtey led In shipping for the week's movement was divided could be transferred to the general

\\a using surface treatment tween Palatka and Lake* City by: years after his Far East experiences Gainesville, March 6. --, Little week ending Wednesday n'ght. all as follows: Luwtey, 117.120 revenue fund for use In carrying

would save the taxpaj'3rs fifty I crossing to Road 28 by a bard road director of the department Ruby tlagley, curly-haired, sm'l- shipments from that point going quarts; Starko, 82.224, and on Mediterranean fruit fly eradication

cent per square yard, a type that at Interluchen using 28 from of animal husbandry and he has Ing and happy, prior to ten o'clock out by refrigerator: express, buyers Hampton, 23,040 quarts, bringing work, providing It is repaid
had been approved by the fe other come to Florida on hlslnltlal visit! Monday morning, died in the Ala to the highway fund at a lat-
bureau of roads, while the necting with No. 2 via a hard road to the state, combining business chug county hospital at 10:30: tho following totals: er date.

type "has not been approved at Elllaville. with pleasure. He plans to !show o'clock Tuesday morning as the Quarts Receipts The attorney general's op'nlon
board awarded a contract ,'
when the last month." his wife and young daughter the result of having swallowed a peanut Previously reported _ ,___,.__________603,588 $132,209.92 was given After the sub-corn mitten
to use It FLORIDA IS! FIRST beauties of the state and In the which lodged In her windpipe. had brought out that the state bad
also set before you an For week ending March 12th _______202,384 42,500.64
I have WITH C. M. T. O. Ql'OTA I meantime will see for himself Juat She was the daughter of Mr. and spent only $135,785.80 for fruit s
letter continued,
affidavit, the the : I what Is beng'! done here In animal Mrs. Andrew Bagley who live I in fly eradication purposes out of the

that ''a certain for member his own of private Florida was the first state In husbandry lines, the latter study, the Brooker section of Alachua Totals to March March 12th _______ _805,972 $174,710.56 $500,000 appropriated by the last 5

board borrowed the union to raise its quota for to Include a visit to the University county. -- .. session of the legislature for the
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use, property'of the state citizens military training camps, of Florida at Gainesville. K'nd neighbors hurried the work. Davis explained that the

department, which according to according to advices received from "Few persons realize the economic child to Lake City for medical at Cold Damage ItAIMO INCIIIIASi: OKHTKAWDKHHV fruit fly appropriation bill pro-
been returned I INlI'STItYSIIOWN
the records has not Washington. The 639 vacancieswere results that will come with tention but the expert services\ vides that the money for eradica-

and 1- have furnished you with filled on the opening day for the cleanup of the tick." Dr. Tom ( necessary ',In.f., removing the obstruction Goes Far South FHU'UKS: tion purposes must be expended
of the- -
lihotostatlc copies reqUlsI-1 enlistments. The state was run have said In discussing the situation could ont be secured from the general revenue fund but
tion and loan book of ner-up last year. The Florldans with Dr. J. V. Knapp, state Late Monday night the little sufferer Winter Garden March 10.-Fig that that fund has been so depleted

I road department property yardsat will be assigned to two camps, veterinarian, and Dr. T. W. Cole was brought by these same During the cold weather of last ures showing Florida's rapid progress there Is not Mulllclent money
which the In the Industry
Gainesville Fla., In both beginning June 13 and continuing Inspector In charge of the field neighbors and a group of relatives week when strawberry blooms and left to pay the entire $600,000.
record of this loaned property Is through July 12, one .atPensacola I division of the United States de to Alachua County Hospital young berries were damaged In were presented here by Phil S. lie said the state already bad

kept, showing that all but fiveof and the other at Savannah partment of agriculture.: where an emergency operation was spots and some bean flelila.jmffer-< Taylor, state supervising inspector spent $600,000 out of the general{

the carbon copies of the property Ga. I As a South wide proposition the performed to enable the child to ed from the frost In this county, who represented Commlmilon- reveiiuo fund, which with the

lent out at the yards have.n'cn Notwithstanding the fact that special's sees In livestock develop breath. However pneumonia had the damage was extremely heavy er of Agriculture Nathan Mayo at $135,000 expended for fruit fly

torn out of the loan book and Florida's quota has been filled, ment "the salvation of agriculture already set In, making a proposed In some sections far to the south Winter Garden's strawberry feed- work had caused. a total of $8311-

destroyed, leaving no records young men between the ages of in the South." second operation yesterday morn- usually considered free from killing \ val. Just held. 000 to be taken from the general

there for any one to tell what has 17 and 24 may still enter their The appearance of Dr. Tomhave Ing for the removal of the peanut frosts dur'ng! this time of the Mr. Taylor's statistics on both revenue fund.

become of this'property, the demruetlon apcl'catlon, according to Major J. before the board members was the ImpoHslble. Death came during: the v<;iir. Ilenns and cabbage' were the production and marketing of The attorney general said that

of which records Is to C. Williams, U. S. A., who Is in feature of the session. Little but forenoon to relieve the child's auf killed around the !Moore Haven strawberries In the slats for the to data there was only $750,850.-

my mind a very serious matter. charge of enlistments here. In routine matters came before the fering. district, along the southwest edge past' five years revealed' the fact SO In the general revenue fund and

Three Hold MwtlnKH event other, states ,ire tardy, they commission save a report from No more pathetic ca..e nan come of Lake Okeerhobee, while other that the acreage had grown from that there was $490,000 outstand

'1 have also shown you In affidavit will be assigned to. one of the two Dr. Knapp that yesterday had seen within the scope of service of tho truck crops suffered heavily. 4,200 to 8,000 the yield. In !quarts, ing against that fund, leaving a

form that three members camps, he' said. the beginning of the new year's Alachua County Hospital a longtime Information was contained In a from 8,056.000, to 18,400,000,, ; balance of approximately $200-

of the board Mr. Bently, Mr. eradication program-In that portion according to those who have letter last Thursday from M. S. the revenue derived from $2,095- 800./

glands and Mr. Graham, hold Mnl' TIS ))ns: SUimKNLYMrs. : of Duval county to the south! been connected with-: the Institution. Hayes of *Moore Haven, superintendent 000) to $2,730,000 and the yield lie said thoro were" only two

meetings and transact business and east of the St. Johan river; of schools of Glades county In quarts per acre from 1,918 to 'I fund from which the fly appro

without the full knowledge of the 'Jane Austin 76, died at Volusla, Flagler, St. Johns, Putnam The body was turned over to the, to his brother, H], W. Hayes of ,. 2,300.\ pr'atlon could be taken-the general

board, which to my mind is noticaltby her home In Starke Saturday afternoon Alachua and Mar'on counties Thomas Undertaking company and Starke, and the paragraph bearing During the five-year period, revenue fund and the gasollnit -
Florida has exceeded! tho other
for the state and not in at 5:30: o'clock, death I and the northern portions of, taken to Brooker for Interment. on crop damage Is reprinted fund. The latter fund, he explained -

keeping with your policies as setout coming suddenly Mrs. Austin had I Lake and Brevard counties. below : tour competitive southern states "Is constantly coming In

by you In your campaign and been In poor health for several The board members went on FMH'K STANDS TIIIRU! IN "Tim. cold has killed everything'n both In overage, yield tier acre and and going out, leaving a nominal
\ received !Mr.
price Taylor
the manner in which you conductyour months but her condition was not record as sorrowing In the Ions to STATI-J: this suction ax far as I have average balance."

own board meetings. cons'dered serious and her sudden tho state In the recent death of' been able to tell. It has been the m ld. Florida's average production Congressman Louis Cramton,

'Again, since I have been Investigating death brought sorrow to her many H. S. Pennock of Jupiter, a veteran Last October A. J. Thomas entered coldest here this week I have ever through the five-year: and period the republican, Michigan( read to the

these matters men- friends In the community. Shea member of the board. hU flock of 250 Leghorns seen. The chairman of the school was 1,780 CJIIl\rlsan acres, attorney general a report by the

tioned and others, together with devout Christian a member of I Present at the meeting:, held at 11 the National Home Egg Laying board had Just sold a field of cab. average: price 20 rents a quart and United State department of agriculture <

the activities of this board, my the Christian church, and was untiring -I the offices in the Hildebrandt Contest for Florida It being his lyige for $400.00 when the cold against 1,420 quarts received per acre which attempted to show
22 cents by
quart competitive
membership has become so obnox- in her work for the church. I building were Chairman W. J, Ed first venture into a contest of any hit. Of course! he lost them, as a he said that there were several stale

ious to them that I cannot serve Funeral services were# held at the wards of Ocala, II. II. Simmons of kind since he started his poultry they froze in the field. He kept "Thin areas, Florida's advantages ands! with an aggregate: balance

the best Interests of the state as a Christian: church Monday afternoon this city, T. Sutton Bevllle of farm cast of Starke. Ills flocks lilu pump running, on his beans for In both proves quantity productionand of $1,270,816 from which the fruit

member of the prevailing board." conducted by Rev J. B. Dixon Bushnell, W. L. Koon of Punta have made exceptionally high record three nights. lie will save partof / he fly appropriation could be drawn.
In early marketing aR-
Perkins was one of the leadersfor of Jacksonville, and Rev.. W.E3. Gorda and T. M. Lykes of Tampa. .*, as compared with other them. Ice hung to the beans cd. Attorney General Davis said ha

Governor Carlton during the ]. Daugherty of Starke. Interment The next ,,8ess'on will be held /flocks In. the country, encouraging until nine o'clock one morning sari The received was unaware of any such amount

Democratic primary which resulted followed in the family! lot here on April 10, in connection him to enter the state contest. and him pouring water on them average price per being: available and Cramton requested -
Florida strawberries mince
In his nomination in 1928. lie at Crosby! Lake cemetery under with a livestock sale to be heldat For January his flock stood as fast as he could. The bankerat aero and cost him to Investigate: the report
has been a member of the state direction of the DeWitt ,C., Jones the national stock yards. The th'rd In.the,, t following the Clewlston told me yesterday 1926 has will$525 from $176to to determine "what portion

highway, department for more thana Company.Mrs. sale Is being staged by the board two leaders very closely During that everything around the lake I of production run of It Is erroneous."

year. Austin was born January through its improvement division,, February the flock averaged 19.68 had been killed. It Is warming up $260 per acre, the All mipurvls-he I' Thu attorney general pointed
.. The three members' of the board 26, 1855, a daughter of Wm. II. R. L. Brinkman of Live Oak, di eggs'per bird for the 28 days, and hero today. The sugar cane Is Ing added inspector It In estimated said. that producing out that several plant board

referred to In the letter are Robert and Fannie Underhill, and was rector, for the purpose of promot he Is expecting to take first place hurt but not killed to where It will harvesting and delivering vouchers have not yet been paid!

W. Bentley, chairman, of Tallahassee married 64 years ago to Hansford ing the Importation of pure blooded when the figures are made public not make sugar They are grinding : roots from 12 to 15 rents a quart because of the scarcity of fund.
; W, S. Shands, Gainesville Austin of Starke. Four childrenwere animals into the Jacksonville the latter part of this month. dally anil making lots of sug, and added that "there are other

and E. II..: Graham, Pensa- born to them, three of whom area, now being cleaned of the fev Mr. Thomas I III an ardent Lei lev, ar" ana year with another.a who haven't been paId."

(ola. survive, L. II. Austin of Gainesville er' tick. er in the poultry game, anti although "It IK. somewhat embarrassing to
Mrs. Robert A. Swift, of this Is only hU third year's mi.vni: or MRS: (l. ('. JOHNSON nay no," nuld the attorney general

t'( .()p.n.\TIV.1: MAUKKTINO New Orleans. La.. Mrs. Geo. A. WILLIAM JIOAVARI TAFT DEAD] experience he has made a success OK AMicitiri'H: : uioit: discount of Its bills at banks
OF EGGS: Gardiner of Starke. Other close with his nock some

relatives bereaved by her death Washington, Mar. 8._William Friends of Mrs. O. C. Johnson Night h history.u thousand lit order to pay professors and Instructors

Although the poultrymen's are her grandchildren! Mrs Z. J. Howard Taft, former president and HITS :Ml'LK: WITH TIlfCK of Amerlcus, Ou., will regret to new telephones hunilred-sovwity were] installed at the colleges. Some of

meeting last Friday night had a Roberts and Mrs. W 8. Yelving- former ch'ef justice! died at bill hear of her death Sunday n'ght at In the United State' B2.000 them" have not been paid In fall

small attendance due to the expensive ton of Hasting! A. R. Austin of home here late this afternoon. The garbage: wagon operated by her home when she succumbed. to morn than In 1928) At the end( yet.

downpour, those present Jacksonville; Mrs. J. L. Smith of He passed peacefully from life, Henry Davis, colored, was run Into an Illness of only a few hours. )Funeral of the year a total of 20,212,000 I ST.MH 11I.1,: icoriKTV. :
In the dissuasion Galne vl11e, Edward WInkler Wednesday night shortly after soy services were held Wednesday
Interested merciful unconsciousness -
More deeply wrapped in a Internments wets In line, of which Sl'll.HtOf: : TO TAXATIOV:
New Orleans, La., E. A. en o'clock as It emerged from a
on co-operative marketIng Hall of after weeks of Illness. morning.Mrs. only 123,000 cannot b8 Interconno -
or- WInkler of Starke, and nine great s'de: street onto the highway nenr Johnson was well knownIn .
conducted by Mr. Langner, A stroke from hardening of arteries < ted with the entire yntem.: Intangible property, defined, hytho
the court hoiiH by a delivery truck
ganizer of the new North Florida grandchildren. preceded death by half hour. Starko, having made many The Hell System alone spent court being that
A. Z. of the A, H. Green store., The negro supreme
Active pallbearers friends. here while visiting her
Poultry Producers cooperatiVe.The lie was In his 73rd year about $800,000,000 for construction -
property tint usually visible orwhich
Adktns. W. W. Balsden. A. S. driver o{< tint truck bucked( his, daughter !Mrs.\ It. F. Demorest.
picking truck of the aasoatlon By his own 'request he' will rest and Improvements during: be easily
can secretly or
with Crews, G. W. Alderman E. S. Mat machine and find from the icene, She Is survived by her husband
contact citadelof
r made initial In Arlington (cemetery tho 1929, and the total for this year In moved, such as money on deposit
Wed- thews and N. D. Waiuwrlght. The without stopping' to see what damage and two sons, O. P. Johnson of
Bradford county members on the nation's heroic dead. expected to reach $701),01>0,000. debts and the like," l Is subject to
nesday, the 12th, when It took Among those from out of town funeral services will be held probably he had caused The truck was Amerlcus, James C. Johnson of The telephone Industry has madean taxes the same an tangible or realrnperty
attending the funeral were. Mr. being operated wlhtout a tall light, New York and daughter Mrs n.I. .
their eggs to the packing house at on Tuesday, at All Souls Unitarian admirable record In providing, according to a recent
and Mrs. L. II. Austin, Mr. and attended. accordlug to witnesses and Ills license ..'. Demoreut of Starke, one sister
1)01! W. Beaver street, Jackson church, which he the American people with a steadily opinion by Attorney General Da-
ville. Mrs. J. L. Smith and children. Mrs. President Hoover was foremost : number could not be seen, Mr*. Alice Kemp of Miami three broadening and Improving service ...111
Ptckett of Gainesville, Mr. and but Patrolman Davis located the brothers C. 1>. Lavendar and W. C.
Literature describing the operations among the many who went sorrowfully at the lowest cost for an An act of the 1929 lelgntutur: ,
of the new co-operative. and Mrs. A. R. Austin of Jacksonville, tonight to the residence of truck from Information given and Lavendar of Macon, tin., and C. equivalent service in the world. however, does not require a compulsory -

any Informtaion further desired Mrs. R. A. Swift and .son of New Wyoming avenue where the only landed the driver In the county W. Lavendar of Worthfngton, tax return on Intangibles) t

may be obtained by Interested I )rieans, Mr. and Mrs. Z. J. Rob- man In history to hold America's Jail.Little Ohio. IIADLYIOUMIKU: IN VttiHT the attorney general says, as the
I erts and son. Mr. and Mrs. W. S. in death. damage was done to the t
offices slept
poultrymen from Mr. Rickenbaker two highest legislature: : took the pains of making -
county agent or from the Brad- Yelvington and son of Hastings. The president announced a thirty- wagon, the mule being knocked to NUTRITION ,HPKCIALIHT: HKItK: : I John Drowning; of the Lawtey a distinction between the two

ford County Farmer's Supply Company day period of official mourning.At the, pavement with several ribsrokend section, received two bud knife clause of property. when It passes!
The truck driver will
whose store has been desig- THEATRE ,M3ARINO CO\U: 'U'- the point of death for many ) Miss Mary 10:. Stennls. state nutrition wounds: Sunday night In a fight the law requiring owners of tangible
held charge of reckless driv
nated as local pick-up station for TIO.V day*, suffering! hopelessly from a on a specialist of Extension: with Brownie Bennett on the high ) property to return such

'the association. combination of ailments Mr. Taft ing. _._ work of Tallahassee was In this way a short distance south of Law- properly to their tax assessor' on

The poultry Industry of north Remodeling of the Gaiety Theatre had surprised his physicians by FERTILIZER: CO.VHUMITIO.V county Monday. and Tuesday. The Let, his condition being reported special blanks furnished for the

Florida Is facing a brighter future started a few weeks ago Is the vitality of his last hours But -- purpose of Miss Stennls' visit here serious from lose. of i Ijlood before purpoHe by that official. .

due to the organization of this cooperative nearing completion, the Interior at 4:45: this afternoon a sudden Although among the smallest wan to assist Miss Pearl Jordan, he could bo given medical atten- It seems to have been the pur-

which assures an orderly and the lobby being completed stroke, while he was alone except counties of thee' state, Bradford home demonstration agent In the tion. Little could be learned of poafl of the legislature to let the

marketing operation. readyfor hanging of the new met for hU nurses, heralded the end. stood 37th In the list with 817toni' nutrition, food anl 1 health pro- th" CAUxa of the fight: but It wa tax, assessor locate and put on the

al awning. Contractor Cooper has of fertilize' consumed during gram she Is putting on with the learned that Drowning has un far tax books intangible property ifhe

CARD OP THANKH had charge of the work and hasriven ItKATII: OI-'g.\KI WILLS February according to the report girls and women. refused to prosecute Bennett and' could find It, the attorney gen-

: Starke a modern little thea- -- Issued by tbe inspection bureau, Miss: Stennls met with a com- warrants had not been Issued ups I pral said.
tre. New equipment will be Installed Ned Wills, 71, a resident' of mittee of women In the Starke till Thursday noon. .
We fake of thank- of agriculture.
this means his department
In the theatre at a later Starke for many years, died at Woman's Club building Tuesday '---- S.MALI. FIRE: Tl'KSUAY:
"K our many friends for the kind- following. along a an Increase of 148 tons over
home- here Saturday to discuss Inverness Citrus Service Station -
morning the needs and --
used totalof
The -state
during a
ness and sympathy shown services. were January.
illness. Funeral during February possibilities of a hot school lunch.' owned by Reeves and Graham A small blaze Tuesday morning!
our sudden bereavement. 65.498 ton
recent conductedby
of lemon held Sunday afternoon called the fire truck to house
Her talk caused many helpful suggestions being Improved. a
H L. II. Aus- Polk leading with 0.830
Mrs. county
Austin Mr. and O'Sulllvan of St.Patrick' .
tin and family Mr. and Mr. Robt. oil plant being considered by Father J. V. Gainesville. Interment tons. These report. as Issued by and It is very evident that Winter I'ark --,- Great Atlanticand near the city park where chemicals
o' Wood. church, do som of her good suggestions will Pacific Tea Company's South were used to quench the fire
Ray of agriculture
Swift and family Mr. and Mrs. Lake tba department
In Crosby
Hall store located followed be Kant: Park store moved to starting from a defective flue The
(OliO.. A. Gardiner and family Mr. Mulberry -.J. M. In chargeof not Include sales la lot. less than put Into practice at the be- avenue
in Mayo building on Canal cemetery; arrangement ginning of the new school term. Hamilton hotel building. damage was small.rahfuth .
and. Mrs. E. A. Winkler and family street; added meat department II I I IJ''tf the DeWitt C. Jones Company. one ton. I


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>)ERKINS QUITS; No. 28 Complete I I Florida OffersGreat \X.\I.K.\H I JltOOMIM' NJfltVMiV : AT MTU- \Week's Movement vantage Hervlce.of the Reports refrigerator from Law-express Admits State Is ,

STATE To Florahome ChanceAs Totals 1 toy Indicate that while the plat- Short Of
OST ON J. S. ('. Collins, owner of t 202,384 lorni prices ranged about the same Money

the Belvedere Azalea Nursery on aa the balance of the county, $6-

[IGHWAY BODY Distance to LakeCity- Miortcnrd Tick Routed Santa Fe Lake; writes the Tele Quarts Berries 00 per crate growers are receiving << And In Arrears 1

Five, Mllen graph to extend an Inv:tatton to slightly better than $8 per

Its readers to drive out to the nur sh consignee
rale net pmenta
Jacksonville March 10.- O. D Jacksonville, March 6, A mar Rerelpts Pln'fww-hlnlC 11\:00,000\ on ("omllt'I\I'11\ to Plwonnt Bill, To y
sery and see the Azalea plants now to New York marketn. This holds.
Jacksonville business Palatka, Mar. Itard-surfac- ,, who has been a close student of Mark With steadily increasing Pay Tutors
,'erklns, I a mass of bloom. Ha writes that the week's average prices received
'ng of Road 28 from Grandln tc
today announced hla resignation livestock' Improvement work dot Volume of Fruit
nan they are now almost at their best to 21 cents
ai a member of the stat Flora home, a distance of two I ing the past quarter of a century Tallahassee, Fla. March 8. .
and well worth the trip to the
department. miles was completed yesterdayC. two years of which period he was a As an indication that the strawberry Steadily Improving quality of .Florida's treasury balance went

lRbway letter to Governor Doyle Earlton. . C. McRae Florabome citizen, i Chinese government official 1 it nursery alone. Mr. Collins has s avery season! la opening In t this the fruit Is peon In thIs week's offering over the $9,000,000 mark at the JS
a I
,' In which he made public Informed The News today.A charge of such acttv'ties! In ManchurIa attractive' place on the lake, i section with a rush U shown In unit growers are showing end of February, the treasury department V

today, Perkins announced his good hard road via Dar dl sees wonderful poxstblli in addition to the many plants and I the movement of approximately their Intention of tighten'ng downon announced today In Its ; '

ere, "because of my feel connects Flora home with this city, hies for Florida as a llveotocl Rowers covering the grounds, and 23 express cars of 280 crates each their puckers In an effort to monthly report. The balance on

,eslgnatlon about certain matters wIth a distance of 16 miles. state-when the cattle fever tic poopla drive there from miles from the threo main sh'I>IICIIK further Improve the quality adopt I February 28, was $9,068.18494 ,

,,nK;* are familiar.. The Palatka-Laka City Short has bpen eradicated. around to spend. a..few hours. '.olnts in the county, Slarke. Uiw- ing a system of chei'king' Packing compared with $7,584,44703 at '
which you --> .
IVrklim Letter Route is now complete from W. II. Tomhave of Chicago, executive ley and Hampton This heavy Blips In oath! crate will carry the the oiid! of January.

Florahome to Lake Butler, from of the America Peanut Throat movement following on the heels name of the packer and the platform !

''I liavo set before you In nc which a connect'on ran be made bj; Abt.'fdeenngllli secretary Breeders Assocla of last week's cold weather Is tak- In'pi-ctor's report to tho Orlando, Fla., March 8Attor.

mistakable manner how the board a paved lateral highway to No. 2 en to mean that the movement of rowers will enable them to weed! i
the tax lion, Is the speclnl'st who has suet Results in DeathOf I fey General Fred II. Davis today
wilfully throwing away Lake suction will out the careless packers whose
I Is at Elllsvllle for City. an opinion and he made that den berries from this told a special congressional. subcommittee -
It Is usIng
In that
payer* money, Much of the heavy traffic maybe : yesterday of the State Sanitary eclipse!: all former shipping rec- work lowers the standard of quality that In his op'nlon money
owned patented typ Little Child
'a privately avoided well roqu'red.
as as shortening ords.
Board In monthly session here. I from the state highway fund
of surfacing k . when It should which the distance about five miles be Dr. Tomhave was for twelve Lawtey led In shipping, for the Tha woek> movement was dl- could be transferred to the general

he nslng surface treatment tween Palatka and Lake City by; I years after his Far East exper Gainesville March 5. Little week ending Wednesday night, all vided aa follows: Lawtey, 117.120 revenue fund for use In carrying

would save the taxpaj'3rs fifty thai] crossing to Road 28 by a hard road lences director of the department Ruby Bagley, curly-haired, sin'I- shipments from that point going/ quarts; Starke, 62.221, and' Mediterranean fruit fly eradication

rent per square yard a type at Interluchen using 28 from out by refrigerator express, buyers Hampton, 23.040 quarts, bringing!\:
the federal of animal husbandry and he hat ing and happy, prior to ten o'clock work, providing It la repaid
had been approved by Crandln to Lake Eutler and connecting there pooling: and taking full ad- tho Reason's movement so far to
while the other come to Florida on hlsinltlal vial! Monday morning, died in the Ala- to the highway fund at a hater
of roads, tho following totals:
bureau No. 2 via hard road
with a
been approved to the state combining bualnesf rhua county hospital at 10:30: ( date.
type "ha board awarded a contract at Elllsvllle. with pleasure. He plans to show o'clock Tuesday morning at the Quarts Receipts I The attorney general's! op'nlonwas
when It last month." his wife and young daughter the result of having swallowed a peanut Previously reported _________ 003,588 $132,209.92 given' after the sub-commlttea
I to use I lodged
beauties of the state and In the
"I have also set before you an For week ending March 12th ______202,384 42,500.61
the letter continued, WITH C. M. T. C. QUOTA meantime will see for himself junl She was the daughter of Mr and spent only $135,785.80 for fruit

affidavit member of the what is beng! done here in animal Mrs. Andrew Bagley who live in fly eradication purposes out of the
"that borrowed a for hIs own prIvate Florida was the first state in husbandry lines, the latter stud, the Brooker section of Alachua Totals to March March 12th ________805,972 $174,710.56 $500,000 appropriated by the last

board the union to raise Its quota for to Include a visit to the UnIversity county. session of tho legislature: for the
the state road ------- -------- - -
die property'of citizens military training camps of Florida at Gainesville. K'nd neighbors; hurried the work. Davis explained that the

department, 'which according to according to advlces received from "Few persons realize the economic child to Lake City for medical attention Cold Damage IIAP1II IVCIti\SK: OF fruit fly appropriation bill provides
been returned l'HTltV
records has not I HTIlAWIIKIUtY: ISJ)
the Washington. The 639 vacancies results that will come wilt but the expert services that the money for eradication
furnished with SHOWN ItV fo'Ht.'IU:1iWInter :
and have of the you requisition were filled on the opening day for the cleanup of the tick" Dr Tom necessary ,removing,; the obstruction Goes Far South purposes must be expended

photostatic copies enlistments. The state was run have said In discussing the situation could ont be secured. from tile general revenue fund but
state March 10. Fig-
loan book of the Garden, -
and ner-up last year. The Florldans with Dr. J. V. Knapp, state Late Monday night the little sot that that fund has been no depleted
yardsat Florida's rapid'
showing proll-!:
property tires
road department Fla. In which the will be assigned to two camps, veterinarian, and Dr. T. W. Cole, ferer was brought by these same During the cold weather of las In the strawberry Industry there Is not sufllclent money

Gainesville It both beginning June 13 and con inspector in charge of the field neighbors and a croup of relatives week when strawberry blooms am roes here Phil S. left to pay the entire 500000.
loaned property presented by
record of this tinuing through July 12, one at division of the United States de to Alacliua County Hospital young berries were damaged In were Ha said the state already had
all but five state supervising Inspector
that Taylor, !
kept showing Pensacola and the other at Savannah partment of agriculture. where an emergency operation wan spots and some bean fields surfer : spout $600,000 out of the general
of the who represented Commissioner
of the carbon copIes properly have Ga. As a Southwlde proposition the performed to enable the child to ed from the frost in this county, Nathan Mayo at revenuo fund which with the
out" "lEe of Agriculture
&E; yards
lent Notwithstanding the fact that' special's sees in livestock develop breath. However, pneumonia had the damage was extremely heavy $135,000 expended for fruit fly
and Garden's strawberry
been torn out of the loan book Florida's quota has been filled, ment "the salvation of agricultureIn already set In, making a proposed! In some sections far to the south held! work had caused a total of $635-

destroyed leaving no records young men between the ages ot I the South." second operation yesterday mornIng usually, considered free from kill just both 000 to be taken from the general
to tell what has Mr. Taylor's statistics on
there for any one 17 and 24 may still enter their The appearance of Dr. Tomhave ; for the removal of the peanut ing frosts during! this time of the of revenue fund
become of tbls'property, the destruction appl'catlon, according to Major J. before the board members was the Impossible. Death came during the I year. Beans and cabbage were strawberries the production In the state marketing for the Tile attorney general said that

of which records is to C. Williams, IT. S. A., who Is 1 in feature of the session. Little but forenoon to relieve the child's suf killed around the Moore Haven the fact to data there was only $750,860.-

my mind a very serious matter. charge of enlistments here. In routine matters came before the fering. district, along the southwest edge past five years rovealod had from 5.0$ In the general revenue fund and

Three hold MwtingH event other, states ,ara (ardy, they' commission save a report from No more pathetic case has come of Lake Okoechobeo, while other that the acreage grown that there was $490,000 outnUnd-
to 8.000 the yield. In quarts,,
'I have also shown you In affidavit will be assigned to one of the two ''I'' Dr. Knapp that yesterday had seer within the scope of service of the I truck crop suffered heavily 4,200 Ing against that fund leaving a
from 8.006,000. to 18100.000;;
form that three members camps, he said. the beginning of the new year'a Alachua County Hospital In a long 'Information was contained In a balance of approximately $260-

of the board Mr, Bently, Mr I II eradication program-In that per. time, according to those who have letter last Thursday from M. S, tho revenue derived from I,0)5-! 800.

hands and Mr. Graham, hold SIRS.I AUSTIN IJIKS! HtniDKNLY: lion of Duval county to the soup been connected with: the Institu Hayes of 'Moore Haven, superintendent 000 to $2,730.000 and the yieldIn Ho mild t there were only two
from 1,018
meetings and transact business -' and eaat of the St. Johsn river; tion. : of schools\ of Glades county quarts per acre funds from which the fly appro-

without the full knowledge the Mrs. Jane Austin. 75, died at Volusla Flagler, St. Johns Putnam The body was turned over to the to his brother, K.1 "'. Hayes of! 2,300. pr'ation could be taken-tha general

hoard, which to my mind Is nothealthy her home In Starke Saturday afternoon i Alachua and Mar'on coup Thomas Undertaking company and Starke, and the paragraph bear During .the exceeded five-year the period otlior,, revenue fund! And the gasoline -
for the state and not In at 5:30: o'clock death ties and the northern portions ol taken to Brooker for Interment.PMMK ing on crop damage Is reprlnte! Florida fund. The latter fund he explained -
southern states
keeping with your policies as setout coming suddenly. Mrs. Austin had Lake and Brevard counties below: tour competitive !: "la constantly coming In

by you in your campaign and been in poor health for several The board members went on STANDS TIIIRIt IN "The cold has killed everything'n both In average received yield par Mr.acre Taylor and and going out leaving I iv nominal

the manner In which you conduct months but her condition was not record as sorrowing the Ions to hTATIJ this suction as far as I have average price balances"
said Florida's production
your own board meetings. cons'dered serious and her sudden tho state in the recent death o( been able to tell. It has been the Congressman Louis Cramton,
'Again since I have been Investigating to her many coldest here this week I have ever through the ve-yonr:: periodwas republican, Michigan read to the
death brought sorrow H. S. Pennock of Jupiter a veteran Last October A. J. Thomas! en- 1,780 quarts an u 'res, and the
these matters men friends in the community. Shea member of the board. tered hU flock of 250 Leghorns seen. The chairman of the school attorney general a. report by the
26 rents a quart
tioned and others, together with devout Christian, a member of Present at the meeting, held at n the National Home Egg Laying board had Just sold a field of cab- average price and United State department of agriculture -
against 1,420 quarts per acre
the activities of this board, my the Christian church, and was untiring the offices In the Hlldebrandt Contest for Florida, it being his Unge for $400,00 when the cold received by competitive which attempted to show
22 cents a quart
membership has become so obnoxIous In her work for the church. building, were Chairman W. J, Ed- first venture Into a. contest of any hIt. Of course he lost them as lie said that there were several elate
to them that I cannot serve Funeral services! were,held at the wards of Ocala, II. H. Simmons o( kind since he started his poultry they froze in the field. He kept Florida's, advantage funds, with an aggregate/ balance

the best Interests of the state as a" Christian church Monday afternoon this city T. Sutton Beville of farm east of Starke. Ills flocks his pump running!!: on hIM beans for "Thla In both proves'quantity production of $1.279,818 from which the fruit

member of the prevailing board. conducted by Rev. J. B. Dixon Bushnell W. L. Koon of Punta have made exceptionally high records t three nights. lie will save partof and In early marketing" he as fly appropriation could be drawn.

Perkins was one of the leadersfor of Jacksonville and Rev.. W.B. Gorda and T. M. Lykes of Tampa. as compared with other them. Ice hung to the beans serted. 1 Attorney General Davis said he

Governor Carlton during the 1 Daugherty of Starke. Interment The next season will be held flocks In'the country, encouraginghim until nine o'clock one morning received was unaware of any such amount
The average; price per
Democratic primary which resulted followed in the family lot here on April 10, In connectionwith to enter the state contest and him pouring water on themas for Florida strawberries since being available and Cramton requested -

in his nominatlonLy.,1928. He at Crosby Lake cemetery under a livestock sale to be held For January his !flock stood fast as he could. The bankerat acre been $525 and tho cost him to Investigate the report -

hall boen a member of the state direction of the DeWitt .C.. Jones at the ''national stock yards. The third In 'the state,"following the Clewlston told me yesterdaythat 1025 !has will from $175to to determine "what 'portionof
of production
highway, department for.more thana Company. sale is being staged by the board I two leaders very closely DuringFebruary everything around the lake $250 acre, tho supervising It In erroneous"

year. Mrs. Austin was born'' January through its improvement divIsIon the !flock averaged 10.68 had been killed. It !Is warming up per sold. All told, he The attorney general pointed
The three members of the board daughter of Wm. II. ; ; here today. The sugar cane Is Inspector out that several plant board
25, 1865, a R. L. BrInkman of Live Oak director egg per bird for the 28 days and added. It is estimated that producing -
referred to in the letter are Robert and Fannie Underhill and was for the purpose of promot- he Is expecting to take first place hurt but not killed to where It will harvesting and delivering vouchers have not yet been paid

W Bentley, chairman of Tal married 64 years ago to Hansford ing the Importation of pure blooded when the figures are made pub- not make sugar They are grind- fonts, from 13 to 15 cents a quart bocauite of the scarcity of funds

lahasseeV.; S. Shands, Gaines ,' Austin of Starke. Four childrenwere anImals Into the Jacksonville lic the latter part of this month. Ing dally and making lots of sugar. with another and added that "there are other
ville E. R. Graham Pensatola. one year who haven't boen '"
and pa'd.
born to them, three of whom Mr. Thomas Is: an ardent belUv. S --
Austin of Gainesville fever "It Is somewhat embarrassing to
L. H.
survive although -
in the
er poultry game, TKI.FIMIONK: : : YKAK
A CiltllAT: "
UflOOI'KHATIVR Mrs. Robert A. Swift of -. this Is only Ills third year's UI<:.\TII or MRS. o. V. JOHNSON( say so, said the attorney general,

MAUKKTIXG New Orleans La., Mrs. Geo. A. WILLMM HOWARD TAIT lIP experience he has made a success Ol-1 AM Kit: UTS\ JioiUJI.\ The 1020 wan notable In "but the state has been forced to
discount Borne of Its bill. at banksn
Gardiner of Starke. Other close
OK EGGS: with hIs flock.
bereaved by her death telephone history. order to pay professors and Instructors
relatives Friends of Mrs O. C. Johnsonof
Washington Mar. 8,-William Eight hundrod-sevrvity| thousand
her grandchildren! Mrs. Z. J. HITS Ml'I.K WITH TIU'C'K at the colleges. Some of
Although the poultrymen'smeeting are and Amerlcus. Ga., will regret to Installed
Howard Taft, former president new telephones' were
them have not been paid In full
last Friday night had a Roberts and Mrs. W. S. Velvlng- Former ch'ef justice died at his hear of her death Sunday night at In the United States ((12.000 "

email attendance due to the extensive ton of Hasting. A. R. Austin of home here late this afternoon. The garbage wagon operated by her home when she succumbed to inure than in 192S. At the end! yet.

downpour, those present Jacksonville; Mrs J. L. Smith of lIe passed peacefully from life Henry Davis, colored was run into an Illness of only a. few hours. Funeral of the year a total of 20,212.000 INTAMillU.i: ': 1.It.foUTVHl.ILJIot"f. : -

were deeply Interested In the discussion Gainesville Edward Winkler wrapped In a merciful unconsciousness Wednesday night shortly after seven services were held Wednesday Instruments were In nee, of which : TO TAXATIOV

on co-operative marketing -; Hall of New Orleans La., K. A. after weeks of illness.A . o'clock! as It emerged from a morning. Only 123,000 cannot be Interconnected

organizer Winkler of Starke, and nine great s da street onto the highway, near well knownIn '
conducted by Mr. Langner, stroke from hardening of arteries Mm. Johnson was with the entire system. Intangible property, defined by-

of the new North Florida grandchildren.Active preceded death by half hour. tho courthouse. by a delivery truckof Starke, having made many The Bell System alone spent the supreme court aot being thatproperty
co-operative. pallbearers were A. Z. the A, II. Green store. The negro friends here while visiting. her
Poultry Producers for conntruc-
He was In his 73rd year. about $600,000,000 not usually visible or.
Adktns, W. W. Balsden, A. S. driver ot.the truck backed his, Mrs ,It. F. Uemorest.
The picking truck of the assor By his own request he'wlll' rest daughter, lon and Improvements during: which can be secretly or easily

atlon made Initial contact with Crews G. W. Alderman' E. S. Matthews In Arlington cemetery, the citadelof machlno and fled", from the scene She In survived by her husband ,1929, and the total for thin year Is moved, Much as money on deposit,

Bradford members on Wednesday and N. D. Wainwright dead. The without stopping- sea what damage and two sons O. I'. Johnson of
county the nation's heroic expected to reach 700000000. tlebta and the I'ke'! ," Is subject! to
the 12th, when it took Among those from out of town funeral services will be held probably he had caused The truck was Amerlcus James C. Johnson of The telephone Industry has made taxes the same aa tangible or real

their eggs; to the packing house at attending the funeral were, Mr. on Tuesday at All Souls Unitarian beIng operated wlhtout a tall light, New York, and daughter, Mrs. It. an admirable record In providing property, according to a. recent

1901 W. Beaver street, Jackson- and Mrs. L. II. Aust'n, Mr. and church which he attended. according to witnesses and his II- .I,... Demorest of Starko. one slater the American people with a. (deadly opinion by Attorney General Da-

ville. Mrs. J. L. Smith and children Mrs. President Hoover was foremost ense:; number could! not be, seen, Mrs. Alice Kemp of Miami, three broadening and Improving service rin.

Literature describing the opera- Pickett of Gainesville, Mr. and among the many who went sorrowfully but Patrolman Davis located the brothers, C. I). Lavendar and W, C. at the lowest cod for an An Act of the 1929 lelgslaturn,

tions of the new co-operative and Mrs. A. R. Austin of Jacksonville tonight to the residence of I ruck from Information given( and Lavender of Macon Ga., and C. equivalent service In the world.HAPLY however does not require a compulsory

any Informtalon further desired Mrs. R. A. Swift andson, of New 'Vyomlnlavenue where the only I anded the driver In the county W. Lavendar of Worthington tax return on Intangibles

may be obtained by Interested Orleans, Mr. and Mrs. Z. J. Roberts man In history to hold America's i jail. Ohio. wuU?lID: IN I HMIT the attorney general says as tile
and Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Little damage waG done to the .
poultrymen from Mr. RIckenbaker son two highest offices slept In death. -- Icglalatiire took the pains of making -

county agent or from the Brad- YelvIngton and son of Hastings. The president announced a thirty- wagon, the mule being knocked to Xt'TUITION HPKCIAMST: IIIIRK: I: John Drowning of the Lawtey a distinction between the two

ford County Farmer's Supply Company day period of omclal mourning.At ha. pavement. with several rIbsbroken. section, received two bad knife lasses of property when It passel

whose store has been designated TB E.ITRE NEARING C'OMI'LK-: the point of death for many The truck driver will beheld Miss Mary E. Stennls, state nutrition wounds Sunday nght! In a fight the law requiring owners of Unlblo -

as local pick-up station for TIOV days, suffering hopelessly from a on a charge of reckless drlv- : specialist of Extension with Brownie Hennett on the highway "< property to return such

the association.The combination of ailments, Mr. Taft ng. work of Tallahassee was In this a short distance south of Law property, to their tax assessor on

poultry Industry of north Remodeling of the Gaiety Theatre had surprised his physicians by county! Monday and Tuesday. The tey: his condition being reported ipeclal blanks furnished for the
: !
Florida Is facing a brighter future started a few weeks ago Is the vitality of his last hours. But purpose of Mils Stennls' visit here serious from Ions of l tood before purpose[ by lMt omclal. '

due to the organization thIs cooperative nearing completion the interior at 4:45 this afternoon a sudden -- the smallest was to assist l Miss Pearl Jordan, is could be given medical atten- It assets to have been the pur-

which assures an orderly and the lobby being completed stroke while be was alone except I among' Bradford home demonstration agent. In the lon. Little could be learned of ?oHfl of the I legislature to let the
counties of the' state,
marketing,operation. ready,for hanging of the new metal for' his nurses, heralded the end. I stood 27th In the list with 817 nutrition, food and health pro- ha cause of the fight, but It wait ta,1, 'all"ouor locate and put on the

awning. Contractor Cooper baa - !tram; she Is putting on with the earned that Browning has so far'efumed ta" books Intangible property If
consumed during
CARD OF THANKH had charge of the work and has DKXTII: OF: :OU: \\ILI-S: I tons February of fentlllzrv. according to the report llrU; and women. to prosecute Ilennett and i he could find It, the attorney general

given: Starke a modern little thea, Miss Sttnnln. met with a committee warrants had not been issued ups| said
will be Installed Ned Wills 71, a resident ot Issued by the Inspection bureau.
tre. New equipment of women In the Starke tll! Thursday noon. .
We of thank- This
take this
means of agriculture.
In the theatre at a later Starke for many years, died at his department Woman's Club building Tuesday SMALL nitITl'I: ;$DAY
tug> our many friends for the kind 'I an increase of 148 tons over
late.SarasotaConstruction. some here Saturday, following. along morning to discuss the needs and I Inverness Citrus Service Sta- -
ness shown duringour total
and sympathy January. Tbe illness. Funeral services were possibilities of a hot school lunch. tI lon, owned by Reeves and Ora.I A small blaze Tuesday morning!
recent sudden bereavement. of 65,498 ton during February, I
of lemon held Sunday afternoon conducted I. Her talk cailaed many helpful BUR'gelltlons tam being Improved. called the fire truck to a house.
If Austin Mrs. L. H. Austin with 6,830
Mr. and leading
St.Patrick's Polk county ;
Robt. oil plant being considered by by Father J. V O'Sulllvan of ; and It Is very evident that I Winter Park d' Croat Atlantic lear the city park where\ chemlaU -
and family, Mr. and Mrs. Gainesville. Interment tons. These reports as Issued by
church, Pacific Tea Company's South : were used to quench the fire
other will and
Wood. tome, good suggestions
Mrs. Ray
Swift and family Mr. and Lake the department of agriculture do
Heo.; Mr. Mulberry.J.. M. Hall atore located followed In Crosby be) put Into practice it the begInning Saul Park avenue store moved to itartlng from defective flua. Tha
less than
A. Gardiner and family. charged not include sales In lots !
and Mr.E.. A. Winkler and fam la Mayo building on Canal cemetery the DeWitt, arrangements C.! Jones ODe ton. of the new school term Hamilton h hotel building. I damage was small.Ratnc .
added meat department.
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I NOTICE did you get that horrible tie? I Edna Stanbury's hair strm ,
were many little houses about as Snap to see Mrs. Raisin Snap who '
high as Johannes and they were was glad to see him. They Clen: "The laugh's on you-" Eva without her cosmot:csT
H. made out of cookies with raisins very Please., bring money for the an- you gave it to me for Christmas. Lester looking dumb?
tf: U r B. S. JOURNAL then went to see King Wafer. He .
possible.Estelle :
around the windows and doors. nuals as soon as Edith Moore with Dabbed
As Johannes went along he saw welcomed Johannes gladly and introduced Kendrick Miss Mitchell: "Thelma, will you ? hair!
Vanilla Circulation feature the word "tenn?" Well folks, this about con: '
:a tiny man come from one of the him to Queen I mgr. iUn()
l IvFtva:: u Fat N'I'\FF' 'I Thelma: "Sure; tennis five our gossip of the faculty
him. Jo- and' !
houses and come towards Wafer and the princess. Ill t
';;'" ,1 JMltnr-ln..."..... ant ,: rnke : ...___--... .. LEAH H'rnUTIi experiences So I am your's until hair I p","
I Editor .._ LENT1, ':.Tt PTliri: Itr11l1NRNeenlor : wan some very tit t
f1porl. Reporter. . '__._.__ LKNA III'H.M.J I HII I.;PAH 1 I 1 You are In the Land of Cook while sight-seeing in the town and Come one, come all!, and listento LAN YOU IM.1GIMJ: seasick riding on pernmM!
?,Jj\\t; I + .J..nlor Reporter. on___ .-- ANNIE UK": AIAIJ*.'iMiMvv 1 11:A iii"It.':'HJ'it ies," replied the man, "my name the cookie factory. 'They then returned what I have to say-all about ---- waves!
'..It a"l'Ioohonwre' n..mrtor Reporter .. MAW imOWNLUIi Is Mr. Lemon Snap. Wont you i to the castle, a very band- everybody. The latest scandal Mr. Harrison speaking aloud? -
I '1'1 .9T1LLE;! IRNI'.H'K HAM,1I2 .'WMWMIHS without an an- The History IV ,
i Aneelal Itenorlers r : he from who makes everybody's Mr. Dowling pupi)8) I''
,\'e'/' FUmUNCH MArTUiAVSr ; : ;:JS7S'S come with me to my house and some cookie palace, and as one rOo
r If>> Faculty Supervisor meet my wife, Mrs. Raisin Snap rept Into the tiny bed that he hadbeen business her business nouncement? quired to write term pap. tblt:,
1 .. nnnnnnnC7Ct7t4S7: S7S7"25'25Zi252i! S2525"
1 oItj.\ J =....r.. _._ ; I not giving demerits Mrs. D. P.
sE '-' '-''-''-''-'- ------ -- Then we will take you to see King: given to sleep in before returning -- Miss Florence year. Carpein' q4.
.E f Assembly meeting I last Wednesday -. original compositions. The pupils! Wafer. He is very nice and l'I' home next day, he thought Mr Harr'sonHow! : do you define ? tory teacher has given umJects sub
{ afternoon was very entertaining first studied the following Intro- know he will be glad to see you J[of his mother and Ignorance? Mrs. Long not smiling? to the seniors fend thi, ;apott)
and educational due to a duction, then completed the story and will show you over the town, went off to sleep and when Little Hayes: Ignorance? Oh, I Mrs. Carpenter not saying"[ are now being prepared \\' icp,
well balanced program conulat:ng as their fancies! saw It. and the large cookie factory own- ho was awakened next morning he know, it's when you don't know don't think this Is necessary?" to: publish some of the best papers
-f of an excellent talk by Mr L. Wy- Ultlo JohannesIt ed by Mr Tld-UU." looked around and 1 found himselfin something and somebody finds It Mss Fernandez not giving
i, man, readings by Cloo Thomas "I would enjoy It very much his own bed. He called to his out. notes? Total of 42 issues of Florida pub
r' and Martha Brownloe, and a group was warm by the pond and but I know my mother will be mother and she came and told Miss Mitchell not blushing lie improvement bonds sold dui i.
,Il J of popular piano numbers by still as death. The sun-flushed worrying about me," answered Jo- him that he had been found fast What do we stand for? Mrs. Perkins without some Bar- year 1929, with total valuation or I
,{i +) Paul Knight and tired from its day's work, hannes, surprised at his nice wel- asleep in the boat, where It had The seats are all gone. tlstlc remark? ,049.00,0, according to research
t ' Mr. Wyman's addresy was unusually Roomed to be renting for a moment! come in the "Land of Cookies" drifted ashore and brought home Mr. Ihrlg not laughing? department of Florida stat, haa
' l1 interesting He dealt with on the top of the distant ridge of "Please go, and then we will and placed in his bed. Johannestold Miss Fernandez: Bisect the line. Clara Louise not chewing gum? ber of commerce.

a r ,.1 ;+ t ffL the history of Florida, showing dunes before diving below. Al- ,take you home immediately." ber of his thrilling adventureand Milton: Into many parts? Dora not cracking some cute Jacksonville Widening and
tho alarming reduction In recent' most perfectly the smooth water "Very well" returned Johannes. said he would like to go there Joke? paving of Main street celebrate
rl l years of the wild life and forests. reflected its glowing face. The Johannes went with Mr. Lemony again! (Maybe he will) Miriam: "Where in the worldAUTOMOBILE Hazel Underbill's mouth closed here recently.
t l Ho spoke of the relation of forests -I overhanging leaves of the beech - "- -- ...
to us and asked us to protect took advantage of the stillness to -= -,-- -.-_._-- -- - -,- --_.--- ,..- --....... ___ .u -
I the trees In every possible way. I gaze Intently at themselves in the
.r r Fire Is the greatest menace to forests I mirror. The solItary: heron, who rJ
if and can do much damage If was standing on one foot betweenthe
6.I not controlled. broad leaves of the water-lil
: ,
.I u .-. lea; rorgot mat no nail gone out

'" t\, Speaking of "Jallhouso blues", to catch frogs, and stared In frontof
: him, lost In thought.
our blues were entirely dissipated
"1'l \ lost Thursday morning when a jolly Then Johannes came to the lit-

:} ,' + old blind man, Mr. II. K. Fen- tle grass-plot to see the cloud THINK YOUR
.f.' y I nell of Memphis, Tenn., and his grotto. Plup! plump! the frogs ; OF
#"" ft" ;r faithful dog "Dude", appeared on sprang from the shore The mir-
"W"p fl the stage at chapel exercises. ror broke Into ripples, the sun picture
;:f.j ''Q' Mr. Fennell Is an optimistic reformer separated Into broad stripes, .
:! and the beech leaves rustled
I among the Inmates of Jails cross
and penltentarles all over the ly for they had not looked at .
,,, t n country. We enjoyed his talk themselves sufficiently.
much. Fast bound to the naked roots
II j' r Someone remarked afterwards of the beech lay a little old boat. IN TERMS
Ii'' f that considering his name and Johannes had been strictly for-
1'.; z the presence of his faithful dog, bidden to get Into it. Oh, how
!,' I f that the occasion had been a show strong the temptation was this
? of a single wild plant-A Dog-Fen- evening! Already the clouds were
". nell! Show. forming themselves into an awful
... . 4 _
.11\\ I
t t gateway, behind which the sun
? J !I WILIIC.ITH OWN wHIRLWINDS would go to rest. Glittering lit-

tle clouds ranged themselves' in ., OF TOMORROWS,
lines at the sides, like a' body-
'{ a (Den Strenberg) guard In golden armor, The surface -
1 of the water glowed also, and
,!', On Palatka court Tuesday Mar.
a t { red sparks flew like arrows thru ,
i itw I 4th the Whirlwind sextet of B.
S '" II. the reeds. .' .
S. were downed by the championship
1 tI i. Palatka team by score Slowly Johannes unfastened the

of 33-10. It was very taut game, cord of the boat from the beech / I.. .
a no time outs being taken except by roots. To float there In the m dst ' .' t
hi the referee. Even though the score of that splendor! Presto, the dog "

gr4 t, was piled up to such an extent, the had already sprung into the boat, !lJlrfi to cest is
( p fact that the odds were so much and before his master bad made !.e 03& i6alloll-ta."t
up his mind, the reeds bent and ."
dry i ,'L greater, accounts for this The '
pushed them both ,
Palatka team was superior In size forward In the

\\l and The sw Whirlwinds'ttnes lost a great advantage direction(Translated of from the (the setting Dutch sun of !lS ii.3rt cost ;11' tll.c l''llll''cll 6.te \

"Der Kleine Johannes,"
by Fred-
because of falling to get
erlk von Eedan.) To this wonderful '. "
the tip-off at center. The star
!: r running center of I). II. S; Patsy piece of description Muriel of qUI automobile '
r '. Brinson, was playing against a added:
fy r member of the mythical all-state "The boat drifted along silently
carried by the reeds until caught I
t team, Audrey Hogeboom, as wellas "
as the forward Scootle Andrews, in the current which carried it
''t was being guarded by an all-state along. Little Jobanes was thrilled -
9 to the end of his toes. He was
J guard Mary Brown. On the sidelines -
so interested In the sunset he did
'aY, tl ,L one of Palatka's former
w: coaches was heard to, remark that not notice that the boat was going
if the Starke aggregation would across the lake and he had no way

) get out of the habit of dribbling i of getting back. "W"TIIEN you purchase an automobile you arc makWing The difference in selling cost, combined with the
.F All at once the sun dropped behind -
every time they get the balI It
would be an excellent team. Tak- the cloud bank. Little! Jo- an investment of a considerable amount of low charges for financing and accessories, amountsto
hannes was startled by the comingof
en exciting as a whole and full, the of game thrills.was Those very dark. He looked around end money. It is essential, therefore, that you give careful at least $50 to $75 on each: car. This is as important

k t; r drews taking, part Adkins in,the Brinson game, were Kendrick: An-, middle found that of the the lake.boat He was began in the to thought to the best selection and know what you are as economies in production in keeping down the

i"fi t and Manning Tompkins.Pearce, Struth Stump, get home sleepy In his and nice wished warm that bed.he was Oh, getting for your automobile dollars.! price you pay for the new Ford.

how nice It would bel I .
CLASH NR\\H Finally, the moon came up and The first cost is important because it may mean JLlIE
low ultimate cost of the Ford
everything was quiet save for the .' new is the result of

The third year teacher's training distant hoot of an owl and gentle I an immediate, satisfactory saving. Of equal impor- sound design of material and
<< quality unusual in
.4 class. was studying English rippling of the waves. Johannesfell I care
last week. The following: story asleep and went swiftly Into I tance is the ultimate cost after, thousands of miles of manufac urint;. Friction and wear are reduced by the
was one of tho best. It was,written dreamland. He was walking downa
service. This ultimate id the
funny narrow little street, all cost true measure:
by Muriel Slltox. it is a result accuracy with which each part is made and assembled.
+. of an attempt on the part of paved with sugar cookies Just like automobilcalne..

y a teacher to get the pupils. to write his mother made for him. There... j These factors combine to decrease the cost of

) 'J.IIE first cost of the"new Ford fe unusually low not operation and add months and years to the useful lifeof

taxis o EXTRA VALUE only because of economies in manufacturing, but the car. The good performance and low yearly

depreciation of the Ford
new are indicative of the
because the same principles that inspire these savings

4 l WITHOUT EXTRA enduring quality built into it at the factory.
extended other that
w are to every: step means greater I

I'll'i ( COST service to the public. It is easy to see that economies SERVICE charges! are on the same fair, economical

> I c. in production would be of little value if they were basis as the making and selling of the car and replacement

I t;: sacrificed later through high charges for distribution, parts are always available ut low prices through

-- selling, financing. and accessories.. ... all Ford dealers. III two, three! or five years, depending .

Triplex shatter-proof glass windshield, The Ford dealer:, therefore, docs business on the en how much you drive, the saving in operatingand

ti r i\ Rustless Steel r same low-profit margin as the.Ford Motor Company. maintaining a new Ford will amount to even

t' His discount or commission is: twenty-five to fifty more than the saving on the first cost.
t I
: Five steel-spoke

I\ per cent lower than that of any other automobile Think in terms of tomorrow, therefore, when you

n' At least $50 extra value is represented in just dealer. You gain because he makes a small profit on purchase automobile.. For tomorrow will reveal
liIf these few features of the now Ford car-most of
them exclusive to Ford in the low-price field. Yet many sales instead of a large profit on fewer sales. its true worth.

they are given to you without extra cost.
l' .
t \-"\ Other important features are four Houdaille Roadster, $135 Phaeton140 Tudor Sedan, $300 Coupe, $500 Sport Coupe, $530

3 hydraulic double action shock absorbers, the safe-

:,3;* _1' .. ty of the fully enclosed four-wheel brakes, the Two-window Fordor Sedan, $600', Three-window Fordor Sedan, $625 Cabriolet, $6J5 Town Sedan, $670

aluminum pistons, the chrome silicon aloy valves
+ ';l f: and unusual accuracy in manufacturing. In de- All price /. o. b. Detroit. Convenient lime! payment arranged through the Universal Credit Company;

sign, material and performance. the new Ford is: a

( r, value far above the price. *

$135 up-f. o. b. Detroit -

;, fi't'' Call or telephone for a demonstration

; ti :j i J. W. ANDREWS, Jr. .


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-- MottMr Much Interest la being
week. a guest of her mother, I 4
felt here this
.. ------------- suffered with Indigestion and merchants and farmers
--- End and I and Mrs. J. R. Mott and by
Made Hodges
Quick had all the time. I took dozensof I Mr and Mrs. Evan I the
children were visiting relatives at children end Rosa Lee Ward were over the prospect of operating
without lasting
medicines: relief
News of Florida in Short Paragraphs I Of His Troubles until I started Sargon. Three bot Dukes Sunday. visiting friend. In New River lastSunday. I peanut oil mill at Hardawajr I. !
RosswellWard Gad den county the coming so- ;
ties of this new medicine did nimore Messrs. Orval and
I than everything else 'I of Jacksonville! and Wildwood Mi-. and Mrs John Molt were son. Already'! several hundred 1' ?
P. "b'v< wonderful the quirk end good Monday afternoon her I itUmllnK': to business In Sturkrlu"t news, of peanuts have been' arranged ,,
together, I have a fln.uppe- spent .
mv !trouble met lit Sargon'; I put not tract of Indigestion 01 w II' Ills mother, Mr. T. P. WardM Monday. for and thoHo I who have the t' '

LIVE STATE NEWS "1 hadn't been well for a year stomach utt. trouble a la left and I feel 1 : < ,i "i-R Leslie and Roy Greene Mr and IItrR. I''.!. )'. Hnien ol matter In charge are certa n that '

Il and last July while on a trip to all the lime! Sargon Pills wero visiting there sister Mrs. Hawthorn spent Sunday here at the full quota necessary for the

!I Chicago: J had some kind of an have great put my. liver in fine shape Huel Dukes of Dukes. last Thurs- quest. of his parents Mr and( Mrs,. operation of the mill will be arranged

attack with my stomach and relief from U. !M. Hazen and her mother, Mrs, for in a short time. Before
!I and gIven me complete day.Mr. operation of the mill can bo assured -
chronic constipation."-John Vf.Oneall . Willis I'lnkllton. of Stnrke J. C Cone. '

TOLD BY OUR EXCHANGES r .1 227 Ulvernide avenue,, was visiting his' mother, hire A. L. It will be necessary to ar'P ,
for the planting of four i
i .m __________.____.___..___ : Jacksonville. Canova Pharmacy,,, Greene last Thursday afternoon. According; to dally papers foul rungs; tin
-- -------- : thousand ot peanuts either
.--,------ w: agents -Adv. Mr. Robert Lee Daniels and Mr millions\ will be spent diir'ng the I acres 4j

Movement of cab murder, have been returned -..-- .----/ A. K. Everett:: of High Springs, ytnr of 1930 for road and bridge this county or in adjacent cout .i.i
paltaka In East Palatkt here against George W Moore, wero visiting: hero last Saturday work In 1 Florida. If this work Is e8, Hay the Radsden County Her

halte, plants grown alleged bootlegger, who shot two 11111 N11111.1.11 N11111. night.; taken" up at once it should give ald. }

|by], the Carlisle Produce Company I federal agents to death during a BROOKER Messrs. Hussell Irene was visiting plenty of employment all down the( _ _.-_._-_ -_--_ _-__-_ _ _a d
I Vnldosta( Ga., is taxing the fa I raid on his home last January. : friends at Dukes Sunday af line and not only add much to

I'Htles r of the Palatka postofflce, I Moore killed Robert K Moncure 1 Miss Penrle Gnlney .. ternoon. Florida's wonderful road systembut COFFINS & CASKETS

.nd has resulted In overtime and F. R. Patterson when they attempted h ..1111101N11111111.11111 Mr. Ivan Hazea was attendingto also add to the industrial ol f ; '
And u full 1.1110 of i, 6
orkOrlando Illegally to enter his residence business In Starko last Wednesday tho state.
| after nightfall to serve a Miss Blanche flurgdorff a member afternoon. Undertaker Supplies r ,

The city of Orlandc warrant which permitted only day of the sthool faculty left Sunday Mr. Louis. Shrlver vas. transacting '
.. "No Crime Wave In Leon According .U'TOMOIUM: : iimusKAl
split up into fourteen light search. a morning fur her home in business in Starke lust Mon
has been eleven ly'ng; to tho KocoriU" says I the n>.. .... llnnil.; TNr br..tHporlnl
election districts, Ito abnell day.Mr. Tallahassee Dully Ilctnucrnt. This srrtire n. the Inwe.1 pI'I...... { ,,
Itlrely within the corporate Tallahassee Compt roller l Miss I.ou'sei! Tlppens and Mes- and Mrs. II. P. Galney, and .. frlritritplinlr r' '
I en-I I probably aCI'ountlfor the prosHIIIO Mltrnllitti t 1' r;
other, three just Ernest Amos has said he will not children and Mrs. II. Galiuty w'reI .
I and the am. Alph Hazen and Clyde Cone,,, being brought to boar to havea < t
I .ir, action of the Orange pay to T. R. Hodges the $1.098 accompanied !MUs lllanche Hun- I siting Mr.V. M.! Moody of Lacrosse special session of tho Florida nr6arm':nhntnlntt.nnn: '

.'nmmfssloner5. the deposed state shell fish commissioner dorf to Slnrka Sunday: morn In p last Sunday loKltdaturo. Since nil Is quiet JONIS""
Is demanding aa back a whore she met the bus. Mrs A. II. Crosby and son, Glen, i DKWITT: C. :
I along tho Oklocknoo why not lei k'ir'
fackdonvllle Representative salary as a result of his conten- Messrs. Norm. and Crystal of Jacksonville, spent sert-ral days NT.sItiFs. PI.on lilt
for another
It remain
j ith Bryan Owen discussed with t'ou that his removal from office Wiggins/ of New River were viHit- of the past week hero with her way d

i Thomas II. MacDonald, chief of: by Governor Doyle R Carlton was lug/ here 1-'rldaYlight. parenta. and Mrs. L. It. Goln1' jenr .1 ;

I the bureau of public roads In'' illegal. Mr. Amos' announcementcame I JOIIXV.' ON41t114couldn't : : Mr. and Mrs. II P. Oalney (lpl"ntthe )'.

Washington: department of agrl- late yesterday, after the vcek-end at Okeechobeo with Mr, and Mrs. Wiley, Thomas of

I the government's proposed former commissioner had.called on make the train back to their daughter, Mrs A. F. Hauler Lacrosse 1 spent Sunday here alt '

with international a view: of highway establishing program virtually -' him earlier payment In the of day his and regular requested -,I Jacksonville Octohei- My until appall the to left following me, Iyoung : no Misses n. Dorothy Tyson, Gladys guests Ralph Hazen.Mr. of their. daughter Mrs YES We V can Chi,rIH(]f; your 8 HRS

I an all-motor route between salary from January 1. when he I dead nuke, and Messrs. Albert !8m: 'tli, A. L. Greene and son Los- I E BATTERY InSmith's
I expectant mother, was STORAGE(
removed the governor, In
the United States and Panama.Qulncy was by Dnnna Duke and Hobert Greene, lie, were transacting business .
snuffed out I
lire _
her! today, her
through until last midnight. of Lake Flutter were visiting here I Starke last Tuesday.
in by gas turned on by her own hand.
For the first time Sunday. !Mr. Mallle Surrenry and Mlxsea

the history of. the organization; Plant City A 23-year old The woman, who was divorced Messrs. Robbie and Leon Par- Lorena und Ozena Greene were Starke

will have the distinction youth and an 18-year old girl were from her husband several years nab of Dukes were visiting! here visiting friends In Lake Duller last
and worked as a stenographer / Garage
entertaining the state convention dead here today, following what ago Sunday afternoon. Sunday. la.
of in law office here, was with-
of the international order of was described as a quarrel. Seem- a when she Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Laird and A. !Mr. lierschell Brannen and Leslie

King's Daughters and Sons, April ingly enraged, the boy, Ben out means of support n. Surrency were transacting; business Green were visiting In Lake
forced to quit her Job because -
1718. The sessions will be heldat Graves went to the home of the was A check in Starke !Monday.Mr. ( Butler last Sunday.
of her condition. --
the Presbyterian church and a girl, Mrs. Mary Lee Gagne. A J. J. De- and Mrs. Guy Plnholster, Mrs R. W. Drannen and daughter -

splendid program is now being short while later a brother heard given; her landlady by Mrs. Lamlngton and Miss\ Stella Pauline, spent part of last .
completed for the convention. two shots. He found them both Lacey. 26-year-old worthless shipping and- Mae Ward of1 Jacksonville spent week here as guest of her parents, STUNNING new tire s syou
with bullets In their hands'' : Graves clerk, proved Saturday night and Sunday here Mi'. and Mrs.! 11. P. Galney.Messrs. a really
in the county
Blcuntstown Fishermen are died Immediately, Mrs. Gagne he was locked up with friend and relatives.Mr. Emery and Alph Hazen !
death Im- to see
Jail. After the girl's an : ought
taking advantage of the spring died today in a hospital. The pair, \ Paul Stewart of Jacksonville were visiting friends in Lacrosselast

weather' and can be found In great met about three weeks ago it was morality charge. was placed spent Saturday night/: here with his Sunday afternoon. liter
have after the girl left her hus- against him.Gainesville Misses Zuleana Waters and Melba -
numbers on the lakes. Many said parents Mr. and Mrs. Tom Stew- The "gg.r. n".om.r
the out-of-state cars storedIn band. They had been seen together flee Hodges were visiting

noticed tho different garages which -frequently during the past Thomas by trade O'Steen anda art.Mr.. and Mrs\ Evan Hodges and friends in Worthington Springs C>oody Heavy Duly
40, carpenter
aged a
proves that there are many visitors week. resident of Trenton where his chlldi/n; were vlnttlng her parents last Sunday. It' for extra] STYLE extra] mileage. 4
Although they are not seenIn live Mr. and Mrs. Oxgood/ Greene of Mr. and Mrs. Luther Sowell of extra road protection. Your ear looks

town they can be found at the Tampa After remaining unconscious wife and little family yesterday, was Lake Under, Sunday afternoon /High Springs spent Sunday here smarter on these. bigger handsomer.
different(\ fishing lodges on the for more than one hun- seriously be- Mrs. O. W. lUmes! and 'children stronger New Goodyear with their
when he pinned
dred hours, Harvey Searson, 69- of Lake Butler spent Sunday here deep-cut extra-thick Ail-Weather
lakes. automobile the Gainesville .
year-old Tampan injured in a peculiar neath an Driv- with her father, Mr.! A. L. Greene.Mr. Bladder IrritaionIf treads, the outer block. of which are '

Lake Butler-A short time ago automobile accident last to Newberry highway. of Maurice Brown of Miller\ prlamed down into silver-striped sid. '

ulle J. M. Dukes and his boys Sunday morning, today regainedconsciousness ing the car was Levi ParrIsh Mrs. was transacting! business here lust functional madder' Irritation wallit. Ho sure to see then reallystunning

were taking rocks out of the woodsat and physicians! at Trenton.( Passengers were had Tuesday. disturbs your' sleep, or causes. new Goodyear before you ,

their home west of Lake Butler the hospital where he Is confined Parrish and Gainesville O' They attend to Messrs. Hobby Parrlsh Leon Burning: or Itching Sensation again buy tire*. NO INCREASE IN

Ihey discovered what appearedto said his condition showed Im- come to and Parrish, Robert Greene und Dana Backache, Leg Pains, or muscular PRICE!
business and shop were
be a line of rock just under the provement. While crossing: a street some the back to their homes Duke of Dukes were visiting hero aches, making you feel tired, depressed \V also oiler.
on way
ground some two feet deep and last Sunday Searson walked into suddenly left the last Saturday night. discouraged, why not e
about the same In width. In exca- the side of a moving auto, his when car about four miles Mr. Maurice Brown and Miss\ try the Cystex 48. Hour Test Don't

vating the rock it was noted that head coming In contact with a door slippery went of pavement town, lading in a ditch Melba Use Hodges; were visiting give up. Get Cystex today. Put low] 1930 prices 011 ( j6 i7i1EAi.ibl"nndee
feet handle, with sufficient force to the test. See for yourselfhow
the line extended some sixty bottom side A passing motor- friends In Worthington last Sun it to
which indicated the handle off. The car was up. quickly It works and what It :
In a systemat'c layout lilt helped Mr. Parrlsh lift the day afternoon New style Pathfinder, superior to many
founda- said by witnesses to have been Albert does Money back It It doesn'tbring 21h/ 1.10
that it had been the Messrs. Cyril Dukes and because
of helpless man into his car, bringing ;- high-priced make.. Values possible >
tion of some ancient fort. moving at a moderate rate all three to the Alacbua County Ilardce of Dukes wero visiting quick Improvement, and satisfy Goodyear builds. more than '/ of

speed. Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Par- here Saturday night. you completely. Try Cystex $5.90 all tire* sold In' America. All firsts-

Live Oak-Estimated from the rIsh bad sustained minor cuts and Mr. D. Carter of Jacksonville, Today. Only 60c. Corpening's DrugStore standard lifetime guarantee. Careful
estimated ,
seed beds now showing a healthy Panama City Damage bruise was visiting.friends and relatives mounting free. 43'' '
throughout by business men at $100- .
--- '
of ---- --
- a
growth young
section of Suwan- 000 was done here early today - -- - New 1'rlecN! ( on Pat l/f4uler Tlrv. KITwtlvu ; -
most every . .-
nee county and advice received when fire, following a mysterious (Htolx-r in, tf:2l,. 4. .
burned two buildings/ in
from the various growers by W. explosion llnlloiman 1 1 Ink I'rr...ur
K Williams, demonstrator at Live the downtown the explosion section.was Officials causedby 11.' ,.inan sea. ..:-i i-a r.... n.nit

Oak there will be an 'Increase of believed The Make car do its *.'.no 0.0$ no.:12.: c...
of dynamite.
slightly more than ten per cent in a charge your _ nnN.HH: aim _ 9.05N0a4.75

the tobacco acreage for Suwannee forco of the blast was sufficient to __ ._ .....11 :32... _ OTII

county this season. It Is likely virtually rock the city. Plate 2".11.1"1. .__ ala4 ._. seas !,
that a total of 1700 will be planted glass windows were blown out In best by using the genuine 8..11.011. ,".TII sa. I l-a __ 1:1.111130.a.21 : '
adjacent buildings and the glass \ aasll: -2 .__ ".111
to bright leaf. littered the street. The fire de.: 8hll.2a .. \|n..ia 11"11-2 .__ sirs it

Crutcher partment managed to confine the 82.1", .J3.TII no<.in 1.". H pi so.anajn ; ,

Tampa -Dr. George II. will blaze to two buildings, one of O'O.IIB: ".d. iopi.HA.29:
local Baptist preacher
cook, an egg in a goblet of whiskey which was occupied by an auto- CROWNETHYL TL'.UoHI.MO: ix>w .'IUC'U: t
which had severalnew
loblle company
In his pulpit tonight In connection -

with a sermon on the 18th cars stored. CHAIUJINd '
amendment. And he has carefully RITCH'SService
ofpoaaess'on Miami With the tumult and
against any
provided t
A prohibition -I. the shouting of her winter seasonon Announcing our new service -
of liquor.
will take the liquor to the wane, 'Miami today saw recurrence to motorlHta. Batteries
agent and of the legal smoke and tested and serviced Station
the church do the pouring
after the demonstration. flame[ that has surrounded+la war promptly.
take it away
on gambling started here several '

weeks ago at the height of soc al -..-. ..... ---.-,..., ..
activities of re-
and sporting
The pIc-
West Palm Beach -
SemInole sun dance sort. Harmon M. Campbell acting

unique turesque festival held here annually as his own attorney flied a suit In GASOLINEIt

when It circuit court to have the Biscayne '
op until sx! years ago
background Kennel club adjudged a nuisance,
was allowed to slip Into s sfjrp
of alleged open gambling;
In favor of hectic real estate because
revived today In a betting ring. The suit asks
activities, was
with band of SemInole Indians that Injunction be Issued restraining

a* the a center of Interest of a two-, .one of metropolitan will improve the per- .

day program which Includes native Miami's two greyhound racing

dances, carnaval, baby parade, tracks, from operation.

school the lake.pageants and fireworks on Orlando ---Katherine. Joslln, formance of any car.

Live Oak Unless some surprising Costs little
figures be presented to the a more-

contrary, Suwannee county canfafely .
lay claim to first honors In

the state as regards shipment of worth a lot more

hogs. It has been estimated that

for the shipping season, commencing .

last October 1, and ending Like Hen Franklin, William Morris and other

with the last ceilings this September OIL COMPANY

a total of nearly 40,000 hogs STANDARD great typographers of the past we take deep pridein

will have been marketed. The total afford IMCOM.OH..TtO IN KINTUCKYT .
Income to growers will prob- 'y ou cannot our craft. To the production of beautiful printing

ably exceed $350,000. take chances
to makes for dom
we bring a zeal a fervor that

Miami Seaplanes and' speedy with the properly you bavacquImL .

patrol boats were thrown Into use inance in our Held. A staff of veterans, a superbly

today by federal prohibition agents Injure to the .afrtr margin of yon* ; '
combing a large area of the Atlantic Inerraiwxi. nrrd.-and enlru"llhal Let u route yourr - ::. - - outfitted shop and the Will to Kxcel-it is to these

off the southern coast of Important matter lo an 'lUfnt rrp.mrallng . Motor Trip : larl 1 OH Touring Srnier,426 W.nioom St.Loul.vUleKy.. J Printing."I

Florida for four or eight rum storage ships only drpcndalile stock jStan' f Io'-" *.for you to send detailed route 1 that you owe your Better
stolen from the federal send t
rompanlr maps
of Insurance you I
Four I
baBe here Tuesday from
the fleet of eight boats have been R'eare broadly rrrognlzrd OUT free ol charge I
haa 1
.ervie.. to cllral .eom.
and '
found at the Island of Btmlnl, Bradford County
British! authorities. nark of dUliucUoo. :> I .. /eharg.. I II II ,
are being held by .thick lo IHI Juritui IIK oI Y

No trace however, has been I Name ", I

discovered of the remaining four IHAROLD C. WALLINSURANCE 'II I II TelegraphnID.'Y'
I .
search by Mre.
vessels despite diligent A a __ rit

federal agent I Suia I

. L..J CHy
Wet Palm Beach-Indictment* STARKE FLORIDA

containing two count of seconddegree

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---- ABUSINO THE TAX.EXEMPTION ed wholesale to
-- .. . ........ dlately to the authorities. Ito iua
..% N..w4 YO. .... e .e .. welcome. PRIVILEGE business It is in the interest
e e pistols of tj,.
Importation of cheap
The general bua'neas was attended '
t' and property
payers owners
: and under the good of the from abroad should be discouraged
plants the law provide that they
So far municipal power( should 1
Miss Rhoda Zdfrlrr. Cor. )Miss and the law should provide the
order the state manager,
ci&1WOI.N'H the
/ regulation and be subjected same
I for have escaped public super*),.

!j 1 ..N.....a... > .ei- ... A. J. Price, district superintendent Crump gave beauty a very of Impressive fraternity and address committing severest punishment a crime of violence persons taxation as applied to privately- ion and regulatory measure that
h on
J : owned companies. There Is now are applied to companies owned
Mr. Charlie, Manlre of Hampton of Jacksonville d'strlctof what It means to our home and when In possession of a p'stol.: The In the slate of Washington private citizens who are taxed by J

I : ('MI\ Mr. B J. McRae of Waldo and Mr the St. Johns River Conference community and In her pleasing 'possession of a pistol by a person agitation tax munlclpally-own- maintain municipalities. <
for on
Koydel of Gainesville, were visiting . to the Grove who has been convicted of a crimeof a .
K1JBCTM OFKICK11HAt : will preach at the Grace Mettlo manner presented ed tax-free business enterprises.Tho .
at the home of Mr and Mrs. Mrs Inman, one of the leaders In violence, the fact that he hada
dint church March 16th at 11 a. m. attorney General in a lengthy The Vplusla County Fair
In his possession td,
regular monthly meetIng W A. Jones Sunday evening.Mr. Woodmen Circle workof, our beautiful pistol illegally
the is to Sun- dtclslon the opinion just ilosed another very .
Everybody urged come. evidence of expresses ucleu.
C Woman's Club Wednesday Charlie Manlra and Miss state of Florida We feel should be prima facie '
of the day school at 10 a m. please sendor that an exc'se of privilege tax can fat season and all last week m,
Et the following officers were Bessie Cloversettle motored to that It la a great honor to our hla intention. '
bring the children. probably be levied on city-owned terta ned thousands of people On
1930: Crandln Sunday afternoon. Grove to have Mrs. Inman would not
1 for the year pre- These stipulations
elected The many friends here of Mr. utilities, although a property tax Tuesday of this week the Central
'' President--Mrs. L. A. Davis Mrs C. R. Manlro (of Hampton sented at the Convention at Tampa prevent good citizens from owning
and Mrs. Henry Register of Jacksonville would be unconstitutional. The Florida Exposition opened
Vice-President Mrs. Edward returned to her home Friday af- on March the 31st, to our Na- guns for protection or sport; yet Moth.
are congratulating themon Washington Advisory Tax Commis- er successful participated
ter a visit w'th relatives Lionel 'officers, Mrs. Mary LaRocca would act as a deterrent to m
Burn : they (
f the arrival of a little daughter sion asked for the opinion. by five counties and promising
Secretary_Mrs. W. G. Halle. Messrs. Cecil Mantre and Will president and Mrs. Dora Alex] criminals. to
born to them In St. Vincent be another great success. Thin
Treasurer--Mrs. B. S. Carroll. Jones of Hampton were fishing In ander Talley, secretary, as one of Municipal ownership: !n Wash it
will time'ln Florida..
hospital Mar. 7. Mrs Register Fair
After the business session a deIlghtful this section this week. tho two leaders In our state. ington has removed much property
n bo pleasantly remembered as Mis OPINION: .
was given aa follows Mrs, Futch and children of Tit- A O-A.VIIH from the tax rolls or eliminated
program The members expressed
Irk Margurite Godwin. Starke Post office
I ti months prospective taxable property. Proponents building
usvllle are spending a few
: Alice. Fernandez, Mrs\ :! (I. A. Anderson visited her themselves beautifully about the The development of the proposed of the taxatloq of municipal and adjoining store occupied bv

accompanied Violin solo by- Isabel. Fernandez. here.Mrs.. Lola Johnson of Keystone paronts Sheriff and Mrs. Epperson I work, and visitors gave lovely St. Lawrence waterway pro undertakings of a purely business Overstreet Store, being remodeled.

In Starke Sunday. short talks and complimentedStarke "Is an uneconomic proposition that their Dunedln-Florida Aircraft .
j \ Dorothy Smith. Heights wan visiting: hero Sunday I ject character contend tor.porat'on
".',: Reading-Carry Me Bark to Old afternoon.Mr. E. 10:. Durney was a visitor to Grove on the progress It and neither this nor future gen- \present exemption from( taxation granted charter of Incur
Quartet: i has made In just such a short
hi 1. !I Coppah Moon-Mrs. J. Charlie Manlro and Ruby Starke Monday. erations should be embarrassed is unfair to private citizens and poratlon for distribution of ,ur
:. I Vlrg nny; Tho Ladles Aid of the M. E. time. There were 68 members
i Jr. Miss Ethel Griffin, Cruder, visited Mrs. butch and with; such, a huge. and unnecessary taxpayer engaged in business. planes and equipment
t I; r D. Doyle, Mr. John church met with Mrs. P. II. Moore and visitors present who after the encumbrance." This Is the opin- They also that It deprives -
and afternoon. argue
Griffin family Sunday
.. tti Mr. Owen close of the meeting enjoyed the
last Thursday afternoon. The engineers,
ion of two Canadian
other taxation units of
Miss June Adklns of '
( Hampton
; Powell. social hour, during which time 666 Tablets
usual business hour was presided Montreal Boardof
spent the week-end with Miss 'I delegated by the when part of the utility Is outside
Rhoda Zeigler over by the president. The hostess( Mrs. Bennett from Hawthorn Trade to make an unbiased and the operating unit. Cities Invar'-

h SENATOR AM :MHS. 1 .+ % : and the charm'ng hostesses, Miss !IO minutes, rhvckn a Cold the
JOHNS: INTIICTAINLovely : Mayo served her guests with: dellc firm
Hampton with: !Mlsa Joyce Mast. Claims that savings on grain other taxation units when they
ious cream and cake. Bernice Dally, MlpVOaldwell. Mrs. day, and checks Malaria In |krrla .
i t tP Rev. S. H. Dodd delivered a very shipments over the route would develop water systems or light and ..
Spring flowers were Mrs. L. II. Hill is teaching Miss Sunimernlll from Penney Farms, < >
1 Interesting sermon Sunday( nightat amount to six to ten cents a bush power projects. OOO also In Liquid
tt pleasingly; arranged throughoutthe the Christian church to an audience Grace Woods room at school this and Mrs. Chas. Overstreet from el are disputed by the engineers, It municipalities are to be grant.
attractive: home of Senator and week, Miss! Wood being 111 at her Starke, served Canoe naiad, sandwiches -
of eager listeners. who say that a maximum saving, -- -- -
Mrs. E. M. Johns Saturday night, home In Starke. and hot coffee. Miss Crump
r Christian Union services conducted I of only two cents Is possible: and<
a entertained members Professor and Mrs. Lonnle and Mrs. Richardson spending the
when they
by Miss Ductile Bennett that the seasonal character o.f the
k of their bridge club with a buffet Futch of Hampton, were In Lawtey night In Starke, next morning
and special song by Misses Lucille traffic, the short period during
which bridge was en- Saturday. leaving for Tampa'and St. Peters-
? k upper, after and Teresa Bennett were enjoyed I which grain could be moved by
Mr. and Mrs. R, A. Newsom of burg.
k, joyed.
I ocean Teasels direct from the
v1: ;:' w At the clost of tne games when also.Mrs.. Ruby McGruder of Key- Starke spent Sunday with her par- the lakes, and the dependence NOWHERE

totaled, prizes were ents, Mr. and Mrs. J. A, Howe.
i t. scores were tone AN AUTHORITY OKI'KltMKOMK
Heights was visiting relatives of tramp steamer rates tramp
v and Mrs. O. L. I). W. Moore assistant .
Mr. Scout
/ awarded to here Sunday. : "' hl'.GENT1)N4In ;! : supply on world traffic conditions,

'l} ,ii' Beasley, who held top scores. Miss Bessie Cloversettle had asher master with a number of Doy would all be reflected In rate mak- ''

," dr I'' Enjoying the host and hostess'hospitality guests Sunday Mr. Arthur Scouts spent the week-end at an article in the Northwest Ing.

i 1' ,1 ;i S were:
f*, A. Knight, Mr. and Mrs. II. C. Miss Pearle Jordan of Starke grand time even though It rain. Golden L. II. Ruggles, assistant Many
w Wall Mr. and Mrs. O L.. Beasley, ed while they were on their trip. with this appraisal. It
?r, held the 4-II Club girls meeting at chief of Ordnance U. S. army, been demon-
. / Judge and Mrs. A. Z. Adkins, Mr. the' school house Saturday after- Miss\ Agnes Andrews was shop: points out that no law could disarm never THIS
strated that of this nature -
\, and Mrs. J. C. Robinson and Mr. R. noon. ping In Jacksonville Tuesday.Mr. criminals. Thousands of re- waterways
Ys are worth their great cost. Jn
F. Demorest. Mr. Charlie Manlre of Hampton, and Mrs. Rosco Sapp and volvers, and plntola"ure!, already in have
, j 1 children of Miami ' a number of Instances they
are spending han'dB underworld
.lisa. Bessie Clover eltle' and the of the. ; they .
resulted In tremendous tax burden
several weeks
with her
.! l AKTKKNOOVCI,17II : BmnOIo1 brother Herbert were visiting Mrs. parents, can be easily smuggled In from as a result of operating de
(j I Johnson at Keystone Heights Sat- Mr. and Mrs. S. II. Thompson. abroad and In addition it Is a
MEETSK .. ficits. Unless it can be shown be-
relatively simple matter to manufacture -
urday evening. ,
yond reasonable doubt that
II. C. Wall wall hostess to Mr. and Mrs. Charles Forsyth crude small arms which
Mrs. \nHlnt.\ rillC'MOrFirK.: : such waterways are superior to
bridge made a business trip to Starke Sat would serve as deadly weapons.
the afternoon
members of (ilI'STT: : NT.UtKi.: 1'llt'LEStarke our railroads, duplication of transportation -
club, Friday afternoon at herjr urday afternoon. General Hugglea. says It is of facilities means a serious

home on Cherry street. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Jones had the utmost Importance, from the waste. LOW
I jr Grove No. 278 held their
Sweet peas, roses !and other as guests Sunday Mr. It. C. Ilelbenier regular meeting on Tuesday eve standpoint of national defense, Projects like the St. Lawrence

ti tastefully arranged Mrs. Charles Forsyth and that our people be familiar with .
flowers were ning at the Woodmen hall with should be cons dered as engineerIng

In the rooms, where tables were little Jean Booster, Otto Dose, Mrs Vonda Inman, Ouardlan weaponti. and business problems rather
d } D Mrs. Futch and children, Messrs. pre- On the other hand, the growing
spread for play.At : than political Issues. To burden
siding and all officers In the chairs
boldness of the crlm'nal: class
r conclus'on! of the Willis Swindell and Charlie Man- (
game assisting in the beautiful work of the people of two nations with the
i .7 prizes were presented Mrs. O. L. Ire. makes some sort protective legislation -
f Woodcraft vast expense of building a water-
o t J44 Haynes and Mrs. E. L. Biggs for Miss! Gertrude Fetch Messrs. After the, meeting was formally necessary. General Ruggles] way of questionable value In these
: + second James Trlest, Willis Swindell and advocates( a number of regulationsto '
''lr holding high scores. opened, Mrs. Inman instructed theI&tteudant' days of mounting tax obi gallons,
The hostess served tempting Arthur Futch were visiting at the govern the sale] and use of firearms -
z and assistant to present unless It la absolutely necessary,
yf .salad course to the following play- home of Mr. and Mrs. W, A. Jones. Miss Myrtle O. Crump, the state of which the following .are would be an economic crime.

era: Mrs. E. M,, Johns Mrs.. A. Z.Adklns. Sunday night. and most Important: ; -

4 .. .Mrs. J.,C: Robinson Mrs. Mrs: R. Gaines of Jacksonville officer manager at the altar national where legislature she Only reputable citizens l should .

'; H. L. Biggs Mrs. J. W. Andrews, spent the week-end with her father presented to the Grove members was be allowed to legalfy buy such I STERL COURTNEY

Mra. L Mr. O. M. Bennett and family. weapons and no One should be
Jr.. Mrs. C,, A.. Knight, O. and given grand honors I'IISIJIt.\VCI'J!
1" Beasley, Mrs. D. A. Montleth Mrs. Mrs. S. S. Paul of Miami. Mrs. and escorted permitted to carry concealed weapons And BRILLIANT A CAR .'
to a seat of honor to the ]
4r O. A. Thrower of Jacksonville and without a license. PrIvatecitizen's .
r' W. M. Wainwright, Mrs. Joe Wilson right of the guardian. The visitors .tP G(8T..a. HKAI,
u' Mr. M. Thrower and little should be allowed to pur-
Mrs. N. Sternberg and Mrs. U. daugh.1 from the different 8'r'TI'] IIItOKER
Groves I
L. Haynee.w ter, Patricia, of St. chase p'stols or revolvers only
,1 then Starke Fla.
were presented at the altar ,
visiting Mr. and Mra. J, .J. Zeigler from legitimate, local dealers, and
Monday. I and given honors. From Poin- the sale should be reported Immed-
I, 8PKND-THE-IIAY PUtTY settla Grove, Jacksonville, Mrs.
I ]\\fl'. Charlie Manlre of Hamptonand
nt Bruce Dekle, Etta Bouldln, Nora BUICK
Misses Bessie Cloversettle,
t .. .. Miss Martha Brownlee entertained Alma Futch motored to Melrose Butler, Ethel Rouse; from Magnolia -

:' \ several of her friends with and Starke Grove No.6, Jacksonville,
Sunday afternoon.
Mrs. Richardson from Hawthornand More than a quarter of a
h, ; 'A 1 a spend-the-day party Saturday Mr. McIntyre of Jacksonville, T

fu .I t afternoon at her home near I and Mrs. Kite visited Mr. and Mrs.R. Campville Groves, Mrs. Eddy 9W rM1 0.15qtr.
from de-
century protecting
L ". Starke. I M Ilersey and family Sunday. Henry, Mrs. Bennett Guardian of t e n' "'''w ramr ye ro,:""":"yp ,

I' Sewing and games were enjoy I Mrs S. Futch and daughter and Grove No.' 274, Mrs.' D. C. Johnson y... :

.: ed throughout the busy day and at I secretary of No. 274, Mrs. cay and beautifying property ; Bli !
F 'i; her children visited Mr, and Mrs (...: ;',.:: . . :; ;/
{ .
noon a delicious luncheon wash ,R. M. Hersey Sunday afternoon. Berkstresser and Mrs. Pearl Dyess.! 'l of those who demand ,..'..<.."..": ....... .....'..... .'..r.. . That why

served. Mrs. Fleas''! Swindell spent Sun- Lakeside Grove, Lake Butler, Mrs. ,M a aI I..ifi':;: ;f{;'.\:'>.. ;' .: ;
; $" .: Miss Brownlee'u guests on this Goodwlne, and from Tampa, Miss 1 '':':: : > iI'I: _
with M i': J. : i\ BUICK I
day R. Herney and family. !: ;\ ; lJ wins
' Crump. the best. Made to wear'r ... ... ..... .. .. .. i
fy occas'on: were: Dorothy Rltch, I .:..., :.
Misses Teresa, Lucille and Ruth v11 I" : ::::: t"'I""" "'
rr b Marjorie Stump, Lois Long, Kitty Bennett and Mr. Jasper Rerinett < After the presentation of out longest in Florida climate. -, :. a a S" from 2 to 5
: .
A ; ?t .Pj
r Hogged, Bunny Canova and Lois I were visiting Misses Rhoda and guest, there were several candidates + :'. .. :' ... '..

h Adkinif. 'Ruth Zeigler Tuesday night to be presented and Instructed f::t< ;(':.' .:':G II i times

, ---- In the degree work of the organization Sold by '. cs many
( CIRCLE NO. 2 MEETS. the Crump-Inman De- \iWi/:: :; :: .

+.N.NNNNwN.N..N. gree Staff putting on the initiatory '.: ''tdl'. :'::' ; \: buyers as any
h The Baptist W. M. U. Circle No. work with some' of the Jacksonville Bradford County Farmers ; +" '.

+, 2 met at the home of Mrs. II. L. : Rising : I members assisting and after .; :ir.f.X: other car

;yd a Brownlee, with fifteen. members Alias Iris McRae the candidates were Instructed In ": '

l t, present. the truths of love, wisdom, power Supply Company .y\... \<:. ; ; priced above
was .N..N.NNN.NN.N.. .. .. .. .
p + The devotional led by Mrs.L. and ,remenbrance, they were .;' .

O. Powell, who Is leader of this Mr Mert Newmans and Mr. given grand honors and a hearty $1200.
"Se circle. Claud Green were business visitors :

irk i, ; The' minutes of the last meeting In this section Friday. .t Th,.. eulck.erl.-thr.e

,+ a' wereread and approved, and Mrs. N. D. Green of Hellbronn
:r wh..lbai..-rhr.. pricey
was visiting Mrs L. Crawford Sat 'GAIETYTHEATRE
the treasurer's report given. Bradford Bank
to Y County : rang., with 15 body typn.S.rl. .
., Collection .for this meeting
t' .. 40, $12.50. to $1330.
r: amounted to $2.46. Miss Hazel Underhill and Mr

t Ie A social' halt hour' followed( at Clevy Norman motored ,, to Gaines- Bradford County's Financial StrongholdWhen S.,.. 50 $1510 to $15 O.

the close of the business session. ville Saturday n'ght ''STARKE i. ,- _.,,' S.rl.. 60i, $1585 to $2070

A Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Harnago FLA. /a::""" f. o. b. factory.
to ,
; t J1t'1' _TV.. )[, N.t and Mr, and Mrs. W.., II. Groves of STARVE,. FLA.. ; .' -! '" .j/ t 0"." 6 body typ.t. ranging
Wateroak, were Visiting Mr. and s" r'fh 5 i4"+s n } ii : .I! from$990 to$1060,f.a.bfac

h Members of'Circle No. 1 of the Mrs. H. M. McRae Sunday. Jtyl : s"A. .

a First Baptist church 'were enter- Mir Floyd Crosby motored to Thurs.-Frl. 13-H rlfJl' 1M

tamed at the home of Mrs. G. C. Gainesville Saturday night.

White.. The rooms of the lower Mr. and Mrs J. W, McRae and RICHARD DIX"Warming I -

floor were attractively decorated sister Audrey were visiting *

r with baskets of bridal wreath. friends at Lulu Sunday and were Up" ;,}

;4 The devotional was conducted'by accompanied home by Mr. Robert .

Mrs. "White. Scripture readings Dlackwelder. Also
5; were taken from the 13th chapter Mr. and Mrs. E. J. McRae and 2nd Episode of Tarzan tho Tiger ;
? t; of Matt, J daughter Lucille were visiting [ I Perform r .
4I --- --- - .
+ .
Several pieces of work In the' relatives: here Sunday.Mr. -. - -- - - t : ; :..)...>......, . .. :.- BUILT BY BUICK
sewing basket were completed and, and Mrs. J. L. Conner and t 4 J yd 1, :<::;.:............................. >......._..
Saturday 15th
others started. two little sons Lucian and Doyle

fh 1, Personal service report for this were visiting Mra, Conner's par I BUICK MOTOR COMPANY. FLINT. MICHIGAN
Ken flfaynard You Sail 0,........ CorporaMDit;
month's visits In interest of Sun ents In Ilellbronn section Sunday .

; day school or church, 3; to sick: Miss Louise Caraway of Hampton In Canadian. Factorlm Mctoughfn-sutch, Ohawo. On .

v and abut .in 20. attended B. Y. P. U. her Sunday luild.n of lulck and Marquotto Motor Car ,

Articles distributed, magazines night. "Senor AmeYicano"Also The Sea .Of : ., .

Inv or books 14, baskets of food 3, Mr. and Mra. Raiford Brown of .. . Series .cO,5-pass.2-door! Sedan /' '.'

i 'trays to' the sick 30, flowers 15, Sampson;'' were visiting Mr and Comedy-Snappy Service V '. Y.rt'F, ,t r.. .s. , ,

.arments.14. Mrs. Sim Kelly'Sunday.. ,...... .,.
and two pcl of the! EiharkrrI : .. .,
Members present were: Mrs. J. Mrs. W. R.; 11a .lop was visit.lug I : $1270. '

M. Brownlee, Mrs. W, L. Wall, her mother. Mrs. Martha Sapp Scott fight. .: .

c''+ a Mrs. J. C. Robinson, Mrs. Jas. who Is very III at the home of her 211 and SO rent .

J '" Shepard, Mrs. C. A. Knight Mrs. daughter, Mrs.. A. L. Alvarez at J HAVE1 AN ABLE PILOT GUIDEYOU.I

Jim Silcox, Mrs. L. W. Klckllter, Starke. > r.e.factory.. sp.cIsiequlpm..t.abeREGISTER ,

Mrs. J. E. Wilson. Collection IIU.a' Margaret Carmichael of Thur.-Frl. 20-21 _Your. Banker knows the dangerous -

; 1542. Hellbronn spent the week-end with I "* **";

.: t . her sister and brother-in-law Mr, Bebe DanielsIn I shoals to avoid. Ills' hand

Low quality milk Causes 40 million and Mra Freeman',.Crosby, MOTOR

"{'. 1 dollars 'Joss each :year to dairy Mr. Jack Parrish of Orange on the wheel has the cunning that COMPANY .

men In the United States, C. Sidney Heights was visiting Mr. and !Mrs. "What Night" :I<

4 I t Leote, associate! market milk E. J. Lewis Sunday.Mr. a 'only years of experience can.confer. Starke, Florida1"

specialist with the U. S. Bureau Wilbur Railings of Waldo Also

s M of Dairy Industry,,recently stated motored to this section Sunday afternoon and Episode of Tarxan the Tiger He is eager, to lend you his.aid.

4' d over WRUIV; : '," ..
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z5Z'ZSZ5z5zss75zs The P, T. A, ", 1l meet Wednesday i guests of Mr.\ and

March 19, at the school auditorium vis. ,
things about I In the man'sfancy r
One of the finest spring a young r
3:30.: "
of our Industrial '
the development I
Rev. and Mr\ ,J,..T. Guy had as civilization Is the .
Bits of and mechanical r
I Miss Nell Patrick and little Bev- guests several days this week her '
made In the safety move-
esly Parks of Atlanta, Ga., were brother and siater-la-law, Mr. and progress Lightly (urns to thoughts of '

recent guests of Dr. and Mrs. \Y.D. Mrs.!\ R. M. Riordan, of Macon, Ga, ment.Millions of Amer'cans' work In tats

J (: al .Ie / 1 Parks. flctorleltlllt'] <1 with complicated /'re strafes for stylish '

Mrs. O. L. Beasley returned last I Rev. J. T. Guy visited In week.High and potentially dangerous ma new .1
Springs and Newberry chinery. Yet the death and accident stouts
Friday from a visit In Tampa with he attended I 1'' V
Our People Business and Uhlle In High Springs rate is decreasing
Concerning her parents, Mr. and kits A. C.I
of the County and Town.W13ATIIEH Durden.I a Masonic banquet Tuesday One reason tor this Is the progress And longs and leans and fats. I t
Progreti 1 night. made In the guarding of machinery.

i But of tar greater Im- ,
____________,._ I,I Miss Rosal'nd Jacobs had as a The many Starke friends of Dr. have been the BUccexnful There Is 1 nothing like a change of scenery to brighten up '
5252 .' RosebelleSche portance' '
e5e5.:5e50-c. Miss
5525552525'.575' week-end
r525! ? guest R. N. Holland will be glad to learn efforts of Industrial and Insurance the old landscape and even though your face was not laid off
KEl' Col. D. K. Knight spent several I >', who Is attending the )F. 3.1V to Starke, where he In '
of h'n return
educate employee
days of this week on a buumu C., at Tallahassee associated with Dr. ,V. 10. executives to by an exp<"rt. I have a hat for you that will mako those wrinkles :
will bo safety principles and ideals.
ending March 12, 1930. trip to Tallahassee. I Mr. and kits Haynes Grant and I Middleton.Mr. It In a proven fact that safety look like dimples Just took what a straw hat did I for met!
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Date Max. W.DJ: Preclp. and Mrs Charles Arri'ii- U 1> not something to be applied extraneotisly. Vanished are: bald head, furrowed brow, gray hair and cauliflower
62 40 Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Griffin of little son, and Mrs. Clifton Brown of It comes from withIn .
6 73 61 Jacksonville were guests ol Mrs.O. dal of St. Auglstlne spent Sunday Tampa have announced the arrivalof It Is the result ot ceaaless t seen So you see, I wear a straw hat for the w n>. !
7 Mrs. O. L. Haynes.
? 70 49 262 J. Griniu Monday.. with Mr. and a baby girl on Tuesday, March care. It Is the result of an cilu- reason the women plant shrubbery around a thicken coap.' u
i) 70 39 Mr. and Mrs. Brooks Shipman 11. She has been named, Florence i rated mental attitude on the part

Hi 65 40 Members of the Sew and So and daughter Mary Dot of Green Marian. of the worker. We can look for Hut laying al! Jokes aside I really think the cold weather Is }
72 49 Club met Tuesday evenlug with .. .-- ward to a time when industrial ac-
,,1 .04 Covo Spr ngs were visitors hereSaturday The Missionary :Society;; of the about ov'rVllh, let's put aside that old felt hat and b-n\m, \ 1 ? ,
I U 67 47 'I Mrs. D. P. Carpenter. dents: will bo rare. '
number of Inches 2.66. Methodist church will hold its In direct contract to this splendid \ to look like Spring; what do you say? You know last week after Iah
"wi ._ ---- regular business and program Is the automobile accident ,
Get my price on Tenneusee nod Mlaa Kate: SI ruth returned last af- situation that lioavy' frost wo all thought; everything was ruined. but ,
seed of all vaies meeting at the'cbu'lb, Monday problem The dentil anilInjury
rid! ,old garden Ford Hook Beans before b\i\iiu.\ Friday from Jacksonville where
| 2-21-tf. ternoon, 3:30.: toll from this. cauxo continues it wasn't near as bad as we thought; and wllh a llttlo suiiHhtno
; at J. K- Klckllter's- J. F. Kickllter. Kite had been visiting for the past ,
ton days to mount. from now on everything Is gonna bo chicken. It yon need nom R
Wednesm Mr. Marlon Carter of Lawley recklessness are almost rules ot
ul B M. Johns spent Mrs. W. II. Struth was in -- and daughters, ktixs Louie Belle, the road with thousands of Ameri new riot lies drop !nand 1 see me, we carry a lot ot nice mcrrlutsdlse -
Tallahassee sonville. Tuesday visiting Misses[ Pearl and Mabol Ueddish Strlngfellow were
daughter, Mrs. W. L.O):dwar visitors here Wctluesday! accidents will bo
strawber- Automobile
clphur mixture for -- wllh their parents, Mr.\ and
motorists follow the
al, J. F.< Klckliter's. Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Pago Mrs, I. J. Reddish. curbed when
Industrial workers, andtiooil
example of
sons, Bill and lIarvey, of Ocala I C. Io). Tribble of Lake City, U simple, commonsense" principle STERNBERG'S iifTHI
Ir aiksonvllle and Mrs. Sunday.B: S. Carroll were were In Starke last Friday n ghl. Miss to the Lucille\members Mitchell of the was Tues hostess assisting Express Agent Harvey on !* ot safely [ ::: : :: :::

platform .
the strawberry express :
Mr. and Mrs. S. T. Dell, Ollle :day Afternoon Bridge Club this during the next few weeks. His :: nii.i.\iu.i: ; sroiti:
cushions and cush- week. IIna: LoN FUOI'UU': ;: l'OS-
uto tops, and S. T., Jr., of Gainesville were wife and baby will Join !him here
M. Leviton. 26tf TIM'ICS \". H. A few mom MiinliikltJiii I HIiirtM left at *1.1\0
covers. visiting relatives here Sunday. next week.
Dr. W. II. Mco:wen ot Lancester, '
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I.' and Mrs. Allen Canova ota Mrs. M. L. Granger of Wllllston Pa., was In Starke this week on account Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Hitch, Misses Should I the (fire losnes for January -
the !illness!! of his uncle,
spent the week-end here. 's the guest of her sister Mrs. II. Harriet and Dorothy Hitch. Miss be repeated each month i i.i\iiu.i: I-OWKII large extent on abundant, fair- .
C. Hall. Jacob Dandle Ilazel M'ddleton and Miss Betty through the year, the total! loss In I priced power. And It IH a tribute

IBB MaBelle Fore spent the Chamberlln were visitors to the 1030 would be over a halt million The greatest single virtue of I to thu efficiency of our ullllthui '

k-end with friends in Ocala. For Saturday Only-$1.25 and I Mr. Clevy Norman of alone, AzakMi farm at Glenn St. Mary. dollars! Put to constructive use electricity\ U Its flexibility. I that manufacturers lire buylBg

$1.00 regular priced work shirts, Florida spent the week-end with Sunday.::\ this enormous sum would build a It C8'1bo applied, with equal i more power from them" Intitrad of s ,j

Irs Harvey Long of Jackson- 75c. J. M. Alvarez. his parents Mr. and Mrs. }<'. M. --------- road 400 miles long at a rust' ot efficiency, to operating. a greatmanufactiir'iiK I generating It themnelveH. d "

I_ was visiting here this week Norman. Mr. and Mrs. Ceo C. 1 Kruse attended $25,000 a m'le, with Kiittlctent left plant or healing un The average; American' \ either

Miss Ada Mae Wynn ot Atachua a banl1\I< \ i\t', .given at the I to develop 100-taot lots on both, Iron. It ran: Ins traiiBmltteil l fromn who UKPS t-loclrlclty an nm-aii-
tiro (i. C. White spent tills was visiting friends here Sunday Mi. Robert A.. Swift and son, Semlnole Hotel, Jacksonville, last sides und provide fur ouch lot h ('ellraalation\ lo a home a Hcloimly as he does air, awes K

Ik.. with friends in Sanford. I afternoon. Edward, of New Orleans La., are Thursday night given tor the benefit house costing $7,000, furniture block away or to a farm 50 miles debt of gratitude to the ttlwlrtoIndiiHtry .. .

-- spending this week In Starke with of the Clover Farm stockholders r'osllnll I : $3,000: a $1,000 garage away. And whether one kilowatt that he seldom reallim.Melbourno .

tr Elum Gllsson of Lake Gen- Miss Inez Moitt of Jacksonville her father Mr. H. Austin. of which Mr. and Mrs. Kruno and a $1.000 car hour or a thousand t Is used, ser 4-

was a visitor here Monday. spent the week-end with: relatives ------ are members. ,, Fortunately January Is often the vlce, of the mime high standard is Kemfcr fJrorory
Mist Gussle Mae Bennett of worst month of the year for fire store being extensively Improved
avallil ble.
few remaining women's Shoes here.Mrs.. A. A. Smith and Mrs. O. Tallahassee spent thc week-end" Misses Hazel! Und<'rhlll and Edna los8(,". Also the $42,344,035 reported It IH Ilia niOHt reliable snorts ofmollvo !Ralford -- Construction of two ,

iig at $1. J. M. Alvarez. 'V. Brown were visitors here from here with her parents, Mr.\ and Stansbury, Mr.: Frank Norman, by the National Hoard ot or mochanlcal power' 1,000 foot airplane landing ran- I

.--- Lawtey Wednesday.Mrs. kits G. H. Bennett. all of Starke and Mr\ Cltsvy Norman Fire' Underwriters for January, known. Due to the development' ways started! at Florida stat. prta-
alterations and _. visitors of 1930, H 1 five percent less than for
tiresBmaking, of Malona were > of Interconnected systems, the 011 farm here.Orlando ) .
]'sewing.. Mrs. P. S. Dew, cor- Lana I Chase had as a guest Mrs.V.. M. Wlmberly, Mrs. Prot. Butler and Mr. Afthton Williams the same month In 1929. As a email and l romparatlvely Inelllr II. F. Shaver/ plea la

t Cherry' and Jackson. 2-14-tf. this week her grandson, J. G. Alvarez Pearl Snyder and daughters Fen of the Uulverulty at Gaines matter" of fact, lossoa have decreased ant !local plant U disappearing.InterruptlonH can between 30,000 ami &P,00\

of Jacksonville.Mrs. ella and Loulno, were In Jackson- vllle Saturday evening. slightly each year from $561- of service are cans of Btrlnglotm Florida "ansduring

villa Saturday. _..-- 980,761 In 1026 to $4 2,215,128 spring
- -- tremely Infrequent' In most. ex-I
fliss Hazel Middleton will spend E. Mosely and little dans'* --- -- -- Those attending the North Florida !In 1029, but even the latter figure! rallHes. Avery consumer, gr Bids opened by State Highway

o eek-end tn Ocala with Miss ter of the State Farm, spent Won Mr. Fred Guy of the University Presbytery of Young People a many times too IIlrg It represents or small, receives abundant power Department tor surfacing\ highway

imle Padget. nesday afternoon here. of Florida spent the .week-end at St. Augustine Wednesday were: property values that have tor his nerds at constantly decreasing No. 2.t from went city limit of [tl.

-- --__- here with his parents, Rev and Wesley Stearns, Mrs.. 0. It.1[ Lowry, gone up In timoke and the destruction Cloud. 6. 22ft miles din taut.

Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Shawr have !kite J. T. Guy. MM. N. B. !Hull and MIMHPS Lucille of raw materials that can never hen not only kept ralatka --. Sign placed on roof

announced the arrival of a baby Mitchell Isubtljaiul: Alice Fernandez be replaced abrvait of progress" In other flelilu, of DavlH tank factory at corner of
F.NT A WORQCOLUMN girl on Thursday "March 6.' kits E. S. Matthews left for Elizabeth: and Estelle Kin- Such a huge fire loss should be but has led tlia way. Almost every Laurol and Eighth streets tor I

Jacksonville Wednesday afternoon drlck, Blanche Alderman, Edna sufficient warning to Americans to other Industry depends to a 'guidance to aviators. \
Coty Face Powder and IVrfunio1M.5O where she spent the remainder ot Stansbury Ina Forsyth. Julia Tyson handle fire with care and to build/

; value, for Hl o, Siiturtluy the week with relatives.Mrs. and Margaret Williams. their Iiomes and business structures STEAM PRESSING COMPANYSuits
that they well not be an
only at Cnnovo. IMiarmucy.
11 SALE Simpson sugar cane I A. V. Long of Gainesville, Fort Pierce Improvement of easy prey to fire. Cleaned, Pressed and Reshaped

|nr seed, genuine Porto Rico Col.! and Mrs. J. L. Frazee were and her guest, Miss Alice Cross o( road leading across causeway to .-- .

woes potato Seed. J., M. Truby, In Tallahassee Monday and. Tues Marlon, N. C., were visiting here local beach, at estimated cost of Ocala O. K, Teapot Grocery J. Frank Thoman-Phone 52

{Starke, Fla. l-17tf day. Monday.Mr. $5,183. authorized by Board of St. changed hands ----
Lucie county commissioners. r .... ._
no CASH- Buys my five room Mrs. D.. E. Knight, Paul Knight and Mrs. J. E. Jordan of Fort Myers Franklin Arms .

ungalow located on Church and Miss Ethel Griffin were in Wr'ghtsville, Ga., arrived here Hotel dining room opened to pub . .. .. . ", . .. .
See Thursday for a visit with their . . . # + . . .
like rent. Jacksonville Sunday. lic.: _
treat Balance daughter, Miss Pearl Jordan. :. . . . . . .
tire B. S. Johns. 3-7-2t Jacksonville Beach Large . .
Mr. and Mrs.- E. M. Davis spent amusement park tdl bu,I: n.tructed

fit KENT 6-room apartment, Wednesdty afternoon in Jackson Misses Madge Middleton, Ethel here in near futu're.,,. e
Gruber vis'ted: the ;
Griffin and Mln
In Mrs. Josephine
[vartly furnished ville.
Edwards' home on Madl- Glen St. Mary Nurseries Sunday .. -<. .. .. .
.. ... we
the afternoon.Mr.
shoes on
1 ave, call 160-w The best buy
market lay-The Quality Five, i \
.It SALE-Ford 1-2 ton truck, $5. at J. M. Alvarez, and Mrs. B. L. Davis and FIo( ;fIJtD\1\, '
in good running . son, Bruce, Jr., of Arcadia, are
\ new tares: ----- -
ionclltlon, $30, Inquire at this Mrs. C. C. Frank left for Jacksonville spending( this week with: Mr. and I'T i
3-14-21 Wednesday where she will Mrs. E. M. Davis. ;,,
office. offertn
; -
- -- Homo of +'
spend several days. \
HF) SALE Player piano for Misses\ Harriet, Eloise and Dorothy and Vftephone'I I'

I 125.00 cash, also folding cot, Dr George Tlbb'tts: of the Camp Ritch, Hazel Middleton In I

IS.OO. Apply Mrs. B. S. 3-7-2t Johns. of Palms at the will Methodist preach church.6undaymorning Gainesville Leila Dea Wednesday Andrews afternoon.were Program Week of \I! Clearbrook 19cHtilHIHtHHiHUiilWliMlKHuWtilUIHMUItUUUUIIIHtllWulitl {

5 Bars
P & G Soap or - -

has her Mrs. G. H. Dennett and son'l I \ March 17th 1930 I I ,
Vin'ng' as Creamery
RUNNER Mrs. : I ,
Redldck limestone guest her sister,' Mrs. F. G. Rogers Stanley, will spend this ,. , ,. ., ,, ',,,'wI411NWNWNIN111INIWNiNNNIwIWw1IWIWINWNNHWIYNIIWNNNINIa/WIN, , ' ' ', . .' / ...

,land.Rained 75c on per bushel. Peanuthay of Charlotte, N. C. In St. Augustine with Mrs.-.D. W. Next Week'lU'tlio Florida U HuW .!I II 'Fancy

$18.00 per ton. D. I. Mar- Borum. { llrrl'nNClurtlon ...-kMonday I Butter Pink Salmon .. -16c
D. Bumgarn-
tin, Reddlck, Fla. 3-14-4t Mr. and Mrs I
J. Tatum and
and Mrs.
er spent the week-end 'ln Palatka little Mr.daughters, Janice and Joan, -_ .WIWIYMIwIIIIIMIWNwIWAMYtlWiINYWNWNIYOIYIIIWIINNINNNNIWIINI, "' "" "' '''' ''' ''' ''MI1wIWIiWIMIwYIYYIIINIIYIANIWIIW111wWIIINw4111gIN141wIIMlI''' .'' , . '
.ALEAS-Our business Is groW- visiting relatives. Jacksonville were week-end \ I 41 C
ing orchid, pink, (Indica), bet- & TuesdayThe Mackerel12c
money; six Mrs. G. M. Inman and Mrs. L. pourt:
ter plants for ]less LuuwnwN
inches dozen, prepaid. Bel- S. Hutto were shopping la Jacksonville Nttll Vagabond King I found

edero(, $3 Nursery, Earlton, Fla. Saturday. WithUermis ..' '..Iww. WauN., ....-IIV<.illtnmMonti1 "' ,. ..wIIWNInIwuW. "" +""* NwuNWNNNIwN, ...NW....wlawwwswwlwNlNYrslwwwr,. ,"" "' . .

$-14.2t. Cot' Face"Powder and PerfumeMJW 1 I I King :/ Sardines 2 for f - 25c

im SALE-Fort acres. Fifteen > :"value, for Stknt4ntarvluy :I" .i1ndJanctteblcUonald' I ,

dollars per acre. Terms on part ouly'at, Canova Pharmacy .= f i a/NLawWNNWlIIpAIN"IIiWIIWIIINIIWNNININIIwII11WINNAWIYIIWIa, , . "' "" .' ', "LeIYI1NYWIYIiwNINN; 'titUiiniiwimiruiiiwiwiminitiiiiiii. ,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,, "? "J
\it wanted. Located mile northof spent 4 Pure
one-half mile Mr. And Mrs. J. J. Johns I
Starke, Fla.,
went road thirteen./ W. D.' Kuhl, the week-end in Baldwin with Mr. / JN I All Talklnl. fllnlClnlC Cane Crelam Cheese Pound 29c
Johns. ,
3-14-21 and Mrs. Freeman I
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Leeeburg. Fla. --
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-- - ; imiutti tiiwim AMatches
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U Howard of Lake l: Geneva, ,
Missionary M Thursday Sugar
Irt BALE-lnapro.ed Wednesday ,
Strawberry plants. Northern was a business visitor here Tues I : Reliable 2 Pkgs.15c
i rrown. Free from disease and day. Better Sport Shoes i Anna Christie! I 10 Pounds IlrarrrlINIININYNwwxllwWNNwwNwIWNIUiILIb ;

Kematode (or Insect pest.) price ,,,, .. ,.. . >iu< INNW-Nw1wwWl.i, ;" ?
express prepaid $2.75 per 1000. Mr. and kirs.'J, Frank Thoman With I II ......' !' . ,,"' i ANi .1.W* N.dNI'AWtWrJNWIUNIMWIIV' "'

Southern Plant Specialist Dins- and their guest, Miss Elizabeth You can feel the difference I "

more, Fla. 2-28-tf. Holmes Sunday of Merchantvllle at Palatka.MM. N. J., just as soon as you I I Greta Garbo. I II ; Kg? Cof ff f ee, Pound40c d

spent I I
1R One 'dinIng --- --- ------- -- step Into a pair of these tier flrnt, all_. bilking picture-- ,, ,. .. NWINWiYNJL. ii....a1NYWwNWNwIWNMIINiWw1pBrand "' .' . .
sovoral Shoes. ------- ---- "... __ NNUd''wWWllnnYlWlJILWwNinwWY' ''''' ''' 'NNNWiwlwll"' '
china N. Sternberg spent BALL-BAND Sport -

BM''Monet iwo beaten table; mission; i six cook library stove. table Call; days with of Mrs.last!t.week C. Neff.In Jack onvllle They better fit, they better look,they better feel, I Friday' ; SaturdayIIAPPYAYS r rI r Pork& Beans, 3 f for 25cA t

Mrs.1Ilgg'Julia llic Kimball. back of Dr.2t- Messrs J. L. Peek and II. C. and. they wear better. I : i rnrour'1.{ .' '' ., ,.. . ....._....-. 7
Wall.were In Jacksonville Monday They don't pull apart. -,olltt4,! 4 # I Good "

''RAW DERRY "REEFERS" for afternoon. -ICo they hold their shape Vegetole Grade Rice,5Pounds25c

sale we are offering at a bar- A SpecialCastAll
the live springy

rain( price refrigerators.75 eighty-quart In $ y Talne Face,Powder for BOc and, Hatarday PrrfumeIJSO .soles and are'bears for wear*. Tdking I I Lard .,..""' .... nwWwNIWI/WWIwINNwNINWNWIMNIWNwNW/Y''' / .,_................4.. .................,..,.....-...... I
food! condition.; Write or wire only at Cauova Pharmacy.Dr. For complete satisfaction __ I II Gold MedaJ Hour 24 d $1.19mST

for Brothers and Pound Pall SettrlslnIeO pounds
prices. Klstner O Mansker and Mrs. come In get i 8 ,
372tOR Singing
Zolfo Springs, Fla. of Tampa were I Talking or ....... __._......_......
Marie McMaster :,::- _.........__.....-..Nwww. I .I ,
of Miss Florence Comedies DailyGAINESVILLE :
SALE=is acres, mlla northof week-end guests. BALLBANDJ $

Starke, Fla.:. on road 13. Matthews.

About one hundred fifteen bear- Dexter Kelly stopped here briefly & R. STORE I FLA. M-C STORE,

Ing pecan tree Seven room Tuesday to visit trends. !He ,I ...
house part cash, balance easy Florida
from Jacksonville Starke .
his way
Kubl, was
terms If wanted. W. B. I
3142fI to his home! In Areadla.N.rYt,1.i .
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- ,' "' \1'\1: l'UoOn.\\1: .IOKNTS: AHVISKJGa'nrsvlllo. ; I II
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Farmers and I Ii I .., of flotilla".
iij: ;! . p I Fla -
I I 1 peas and vetch% should( he turned

lIit. I I under t mo between' March
(By Agricultural/ r) ( some

i . it.Hvllle, Fla 1 The Florida 1 20 and April 5 under conditions -U L L 0 W SVOL
:i - I I i 'i.' "'a Hadio! Club will conduct' that generally prevail. 'H contained, \

; b. ArI t regular meeting over ln a letter just released by county
Truckers Are Invited to Contra : I B I ,
Farmers and station, In co-operation with J. Virginia-Carolina Chemical Corporation Copyright!
.Vltl': slate broadcast ng I agents, IV. No. 6 IDJJ
of Farm Experiences and :Mot wdj I'o ud at district extension ---
tides ; -n (1))', March 17, beginning Lee Smith,

; To He Best Suited to Our Country I 2'lG, Eastern: Standard Time. 1 agent to farmers of north and Preserving Citrus Juice "No on*today is receiving greater" aid Cornstalk Pulp Paper

h ;;1:1: : lie i tub was organized In co-op- i, west J Florida.The I from icienct than Ihtfarmer. -Ex. "America's present
-_ -.-- 1 ') several A new electrical process has been yearly n.sumption ..
If : at'on with the Florida. Agrlcul- letter explained V-O of paper totals

-- {'.\lusn Toil It.\\tNI3 .rul Extension Division, and is ''condit'ons to be considered which applied orangea to and preserving grapefruit the, says juices an exchange. of tons. Thousands near Of Ill.

Florida Dairyman C'1"TI.I'T 3 CURVING '>liinn II I so that members may sit might vary the actual turning The new process does not tides are being merchandised h

TIMI: : is rro"i"HMCalno -' .t .tlulr own home, listen to the date. The crop should not ba turned burt the flavor or the food value of paper cartons. The pulp-wood tat.
Over entitled to vote!I until good, 'production has the bacteria ests are being rapidly depleted,
Successful noct ngs, ond be a the juices, but It destroys ay
iville, Kla. Proper care .ml participate In all other club been secured, however It should that would make the Juices many: eyes are turning hoix.fuiiyti,
annual supply of
Long-Time Period if Florida rnngu rat'lo' at calving ">rlvlk'gen.: Interested Florida. not be allowed to delay the date ferment and gat sour.It beat-treating Is said to be the now totalling 150.000,000 cornstalk,
better than the WIlL
Ime will /glvo the calves a good 'rirmers; are welcomed Into the or- of planting corn, or the following :method. Paper from cornstalk pulp doubt.

,tart on road to returning prof- -anlratlon.TIio crop. The letter advised cutting : lass has a tremendous futu.The ....."

TlimiM. n'MNI OlVIH, C1,0.1 PlINtlirr, Is, C .Wllloughby, professor of main speaker at the meet- and weighing the growth on 10 I V-O American PI nlrr.

mid Hllaffn MoNt Important. animal husbandry at the J Florida ng Monday will be C. P. Wright, square feet, and said generally "High volume per man h of parti' V-O-

I',M"lora follege of Agr culture, recently 'ounty agent ot Hlllsborough expect 20 pounds or more. mount importance in increasing farm

stated In a radio talk over WR.UF.In aunt).. and he will tell how five If plant lice or dlnenRes seem to I income."-Wheeler McMillen. How "-used V-O Fish & Potash Con.

Tallahassee, Fla. When John his talk, Caring for Meet Cat- Inb boys In h's county grew over be. attacking( the crop to any large v..O pound and my corn) Is la incho

Hooro, a Leon county fnrmer paid do at Calving Time, he discussed l 100 btiahels of corn per acre. extent it !'s advisable to turn tho to Profit where higher,I and used better non.-JOI.In all way"*. tin,

$1.000 for registered Jersey good stock, proper feeding, and The Florida Agricultural Exten- crop: immediately. These pests I I "Our customers Insist on V-O. Agriculture the Ancient Is turn- Sinking Spring, Pa. Um,

cow. nine' yearn BKO: Ma neighbors ho I Is management 'of the cow and calf 'lon Division has also planned a may destroy n large amount of I I year We also were use splendid V-O. -Our root crops crops this.especially Ins: to ways that are new--to v-o

'tor mod Mm
milking/ 35 rows. 33 are registered rattle In Florida dropped 'alv<" from 12.15: to 12:45: as follows: the following/ t'opIf Dealer, Quakertown,Fa. farming and mass production. And Laws Can't Re-make Men

Joraoye, and he has made n sllel''S' / during the spring months, and Saturday, Mar 15 -- Florida the cover crop Is turned when competition I Management must be legislation

'' with dairying while many ofjthoHo ''tnt about 110,000 calves were Farm News and U 8. Farm Science there is a good season In the soil v-o wiser now for total Held* climb tow of the difficult: farm can meet but
fallen by the I faster than markets and no man a problem.
neighbors born each yc>ar. ;Snapshots. It will decay more quickly and a Life From the Dead Sea 'c.msal'what his products will brln :. Farm! taxation la mostly a state aot

wayside. lie In the only dairyman |* The cow should bo kept In good Tuesday, Mar. 18 Let's Get good stand of the crop following Good farming has learned a lesson local matter. Standards of living an

it ho shipped m Ik to Jacksonville\ flesh up until the time the ralf la I Acquainted with Florida Soils as will be more certain. For thirty thousand :years the -It hunts profit In lower coats. not subject to legislation Organization

Oil the World War milk special dropped so that Nature can per Individuals -Dr. H. 1\1. Darnette, The letter also advised plnnt'ng Jordan the Dead has Sea bean,\ says pouring the riches New York Into Your successful farmer even add a of farmers Is short of othtrcroups

that In Mllll In the dairy business.Ilamtln fect the ralf and st 11 leave the associate chemUt!, Florida Experiment corn about 15 days after turning Times. "Twelve hundred billiondollarl' little to his costs In order to out -legislation may encourMt

"U Brown extension It I It la probably beat bromides, them I Ho buys and uses tons of
row in good condition for giving Station. the cover crop. worth ot potash
dairyman and O. C. Hodge, county milk, he explained. Wednesday, Mar. 19 Origin to plant the corn In about 4 foot and chlorides have been deposited V-O fertilizer, rich mixed food for I
his Browing cropa-and producespounda
Monre'a farm
agent,' railed at Mr. him "Tha best plan is to keep tha of Some Common Vegetables. rows and the follow'ng: distances tV" or bushels or other units In ,

a few days ago. They asked cow In a fenced field with some II. Ensign, assistant horticulturist, In the hill: If 12 pounds of green ,, greater number per acre and man-

to name three things that he conBldered fihelter at calving time. If the Florida. Experiment Station. Prim matter was produced on the 10 ,, ) hour, thus cutting the cost each

most Important to his success calf Is not delivered In three or er for Town Farmers. square feet, 36 inches in the row; O unit must bear. Not only: does this

with dairying. HIs quick answer labor ass'utance Mar. 20 Cultivation 24 inches in the row farmer push costs down-he pushes
four hours of some Thursday, If 16 pounds, ; :

was good cows, good pasture should be given. If the afterbirth of Pecan Orchards-G. H.Dlatkmon if 20 pounds about 18 inches, and gross higher Income prices the up,earlier for he:yields sells and at

and allage. has not passed within 24 pecan culturlst, Florida if 27 pounds, close to 15 Inches better yields that V-O fertiliserbrings.
the registered cow, In the sea. -Wealth easily reclaimable compel It.Study
From one but cannot andlto
hours It Is advisable to call the Exper'rnent: Station. In the row. When 16 or less evaporation and other simple He knows how to profit t
nine ago" by search may suggest better rotation,
Vixen, purchased years
nearest veterinarian."No Mar. 21 The Value pounds ot matter Is produced "
Mr. Moore has, by the use of good Friday, /green :means, It reports, telling of V-O better livestock better seed,bottir
feed Is better than green of the Silo to the Florida Dairyman the letter advised the use ot surveys: that led to the signing of a methods, but there Is no coronal.slon. .

bulls and good breeding, developed pasture and green oats just before -Hatnlln L. Brown, extension 100 pounds ot some quickly avail 75-year concession for extracting "THEHOPEOFCIVILIZATION The personal! element has u>
one ot the bent herds In Florida. the potash. "At last the famous is :men who are able to see,
and just after calving time. A dairyman. able nitrogen side-dressing, applied ways been the largest factor of_
The old la now 18 years old, potash mines of Strassfurt face and having seen, are able to
cess In agriculture as In everythlu
warm mash made of equal parts ot Answers to timely Florida Farm when the corn is about 35
la still milking, and could not be competition which cannot but lead, direct and organize new else. Legislation will not brini
success \
bran and Is for the first and U. S. farm flashes old.
oats good problems, days
work to the benefit of the American forces which are constantly:
bought for far more than the purchase to a farmer who has not tin
price Mr. Moore stated. two days. The cow at calving time will be features on each of the -. farmer." confronting us." PRESIDENT elements of success within him
For permanent pasture he has need feeds that have a'' laxative programs. Gainesville, Fla. The grand V-O BUTLER of Columbia elt.Conar.s man Ketcham.
effect, and therefore cottonseed University.
SS acres of Bermuda, carpet, and champion pig at the 1928 Florida "Once sold on V-O. they are al- v-o
meal la advisable.
not State Fair has been purchased by v-o
Dal Us grasses. He has been using ways V-O customers. -Wm.Jacques, "Have been selling fertilizer 11
for The cow should be kept on good I the Florida Experiment Station, Jr. Dealer, Lebanon, N.J.
Invpodeza and white clover ,
years and never had a brand tin
Economies Bound Win""The
pasture for three months after RUIML COMMON: 8KNSE to
and will be delivered June 1, It
summer grazing, and rye, oats V-O better satisfaction than V-O.-
calving: and should always be I By Spuds Johnson announced today by Dr. A. L. agricultural Is'unanimous
Austrian peas during the winter, was press J.W.LATHAM,Dealer,Monroe,M.O.
The 700-acre farm owned by managed BO that she will stay In Shealy, head of the Animal Husbandry A THREE-YEAR TEST by the XT. S. In approving the fertilizer In v-o
'good flesh, he concluded. Department Department of Agriculture showed dustry's campaigns for the use of
Mr. Moore furnished a large part The boar purchased
of his feed. Last year he produced With the chick hatching season potatoes 81 bushels per! acre. The the number of analyses, for well-drained gravelly or sanft
225 tons of silage, and stored it in I()Viit: Till: HTATK WITHKXTKNMIO.V McClellan, a 4-H pig club boy ofMontlcello
the number of
In full swing, it might pay us to average yield of potatoes for the cutting down brands, loam soils that are well suppUf4
four pit silos. He has announced ; tVOHKKUS: !' give attention to the growing of two years ago for United States Is HO bushels per and for uniformity In the use of with organic matter.Heavy claria

plans to build two more silos in $100. The boar bred to a sow acre. Under favorable conditions terms All these are In the Interest very light sands are not avorabh
chicks. All of who
the near future. He la feeding a West Palm Reach Certain healthy us owned by Hugh Dukes, Lake But and proper fertilization, :yields of of economy and are bound to win." Wet soils should be avoided, but

home-mixed feed that la recom- I ureas in the. Everglades are being have ever raised poultry know that ler 4-H pig club boy, produced the 800, 400 and even BOO bushels per! -E. 8. BAYARD, Editor, Pennsylvania ample moisture-holding capoolt
the problem ot getting chicks to acre are made.-Y-C pamphlet. Farmer and Ohio Farmer. Is desirable.V-Cpamphlet.
mmended by the Extension Dairy troubled\ with heavy root-knot Infestation champion breeding pig at the 1929
live and grow into healthy birds la
man. It la made of whout bran 3 according to M. U. Boys' State PI* Club Show, which
a big one. Perhaps If we
parts, corn maul 2 parts, and cottonseed Mounts, Palm Deach county agent. give them a little more attention I' won for Hugh the $250 Frank

meal 2 parts. It would Dennis Scholarship to the University

Pensacola County Agent E.P. pay. of Florida.
. Scott organised: 6 new 4-H clubs McClellan stated that he was .
Is co-operating with the Extension
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I with a total of 111 members during saved over $400 ot his p'g: club '

II I HINTS TO 1IOC8KWIVES j J February, Poultryman at Gainesville! In putting profits, and that his hogs are go- Operations of the Quit Poultry ru:: fruit, seven cars of potatoes, opher, who writes a column In e!

/ on a "Grow Healthy Chick"en. Ing to pay his expenses through Association since It five of vegetables, one ot shrimp Tltusville Advocate twice a <*','

I Homo Jc'lIIonH'ration"I'nt Stuart -- Heavy rains have possibly *'palgn This is the third year college. He Is a freshman at the started somo lima ago, have been and one of fish and shrimp. certainly knows hilt BtnlT )
It has been and I have
I cut short the yield of tomatoes University of Florida now. He so successful that scores of poul- must take time off from brand;

1IITH OK WISDOM and other truck crops In Martin participated In it all three years. also stated that his brothers were trymen are voluntarily affiliating! The first notable local welfare ]I calves (referring to beef) tout"'
They are stressing six factors as I
county, according to C, 1*. planning to finish high school and with the new egg marketing association work of August Heckscher, who ishla up on the vital questions of f

On making cake when fresh Heucy, county agent, affecting the health of baby chicks. college exactly. the same way. W B. Haggerty told the winter enjoying" his new home 'day and when he throws his tctortal
milt, buttermilk, molasses, and These are: Hatch early; use clean
Tampa Tribune recently. Returns on Anastasia Island at St. Auguslne I lasso he always ropes
Hour milk are lacking: use a cup Crestvlew Over worth eggs and keep the chicks clean; made by the association to its bull, as It were.
11,000 Work is to be started thIs week will be the donation of a large
into which has been see that the brooder houses are
of apple sauce
ntlrred teaspoonful of baking of poultry was sold cooperativelyon clean; give the chicks clean land on the laying ot the thirty-six-lnch members from the sales of eggs I and\ modern swimming pool, alermlle *
two recent visits of a poultry reinforced concrete water mains have in every instance exceeded '- running track and a The official seal semi* to l bl i
liealdea excellent on which to run; feed a balanced
soda. being an
,car to Crestvlew, Miss Bertha Hen forming the supply line for St. Pet the price! paid by private egg spec well-equipped gymnasium for the been placed on races In Flow
substitute, the makes a delirious ration; and separate the pullets
spice cake nance, and without I ry, home demonstration. agent, reported. from the cockerels. I have found ersburg's new water works, north ulators increasing and prices drop Florida. Normal and Industrial Institute and now that this momentc

too.When. that these pay. The Extension ward from the city limits at Twen ping, the association. been able a school for negroes just question Is settled we can look I'
eggs to help stabilize the Tampa egg horse and dog racw
poultryman says that others In the ty-eighth street and Thirtieth ave west'of the city. some good
Orlando-Qullda Yates.i Orange to connect market by sending some of the the Florida counties that 1/1/
butter sand campaign have profited by them nue, with the pipe lines
wiches or spreading toast, do not try on to aof- county 4-H club girl, was recently also. He Bays that the average already laid southward from Del- eggs to other consuming centers. Chicago, ono ot the largest cities them and officers can again ttr

announced winner of a trip to the wood -- In the world has broke and their attention to the Eighteei
teo the butter, but heat a silver loss of chicks by death in flocks according to Fred M. Lane gone ,
knife by placing It In boiling wa national Club Camp In Washing where records were kept, was 24.- superintendent of the city water Carload shipment ot perishables cannot pay off the city debts. And Amendment (whatever "

ter. The dlfllculty Is overcome at ton for her outsandlng club record 26 percent In 1928 and 13.87 per plant. At the :same time, It was from St. Lucie county having apparently Chicago had neither the Med-fly or means.)

during the past three years, cent In 1929. The 1928 campaign stated work Is to be located on the reached a peak hate begun a land boom to get that way. In .

once. Mrs. Nellie \V, Taylor, home demonstration was the first one; the 1929 records new storage reservoir and pump- to show a decline] with! an out fact there was not even a bank John Rockefeller gave Hi'1'
agent, has reported., put ot sixty-three cars for the week Lauder four new dimes at Ormc'
When a recipe calls for sugat showed the results ot the Ing station to be located In Washington failure to make a legitimate ex
Just ended, as compared with the other and told him
good work. Terrace near Twentyeighth sev cuse. We wonder It they can pay day
and flour Instead of moistening
the flour ,with water or milk, stir Brooksvllle Hernando county The Extension Poultryman says street and Thirtieth avenue. enty-six the proceeding week. The tha interest on the bonded in "keep them." A whole lot of u
have made 29 work shirts season's The advice Is 'f
women output. movement debtedness. necessary talk and
In the that these six factors are the fundamentals -
and together
!Hour ,
sugar tor their husbands, out ot bleached of chicks With the installation ot controls during/ the week lust ended was pended these days along w:tb t)i itty.
Then lumps will be
dry no
feed sacks, during the last few comprised of forty-nine of cit- Joe the
and that we cannot afford to Ignore and other preliminary work about cars Dlggln, cowboy phtlos- .
weeks, Mrs. Florence Albert, home completed depth-Bounding along .- .
them. Folks who failed to ----- --- .... -- -
To keep cheese-moist, wrap It demonstration agent, stated. heed one of the practices lose the outside coast between Jup.ter iT; :. ,. _. --',; j;. :.: ... ..:r: .5 'r :..,,;f.'i'IIJ'' .:

iu a soft cloth wrung' out of vinegar more than those who follow all ot and Cape Canaveral Is to be start

and! keep In an oarthen jar, Marlanna A strawberry plant them; the more ot the practices ed shortly by the crews of the
setting contest among club members United States, and Read What Your
with the rover slightly rnlaocl. In Jackson county closed Feb.. that are not followed, the great. coast geodetic Neighbor Says
: er are the losses. survey boats Ranger and Natoma,
23, and caused 48,150 plants to be which are basing at Ft." Pierce
To clean lettuce Is often a nuisance : "Wo can purchase breeding
set In 307 gardens A large number About J. A. Bater'sBlueRibbon
while the work is being continued ,
because ot tiny /green Insects of small donations furnished stock baby chicks and eggs, but .
from where it left last
their In It. Turn the we cannot buy sanitation, he year.
or eggs" \ on
the plants. A survey, previous to Sounding Is done by means of nInneu'ous ,
says. "Let us all observe the factors
cold water faucet slightly, put your the contest, showed that there electrically Brand Plants
affecting chick health this operated
thumb against It HO the stream
about three or four patches .
squirts with force, and hold each year and reduce our losses to 10 echo sounding! apparatus known as
in each (community.. Miss Mary a fathometer, which transmits .. f
loaf, with the broad end In the percent or less.. a .
Wlgley home demonstration Starkc Fla. Feb. 12th
hand the water for a few sound impulse through the water 1930.

seconds.under Ulnae, and It Is ready for agent, reported. Newspaper dispatches state thatCommander'Byrd and by measuring the Interval of Mr. J. A. Bauer, Judsonia, Ark.
home the rebounding echo reflected
cannot get by
the table. Dear Sir
Sebrlng Several hundred' visitors for another year on account of the the ocean bottom registers accurately

Nothing ellle sweetens- vessels In on Nancesowee visited Day the, a agricultural local Ice pack that has' him frozen in. the exact water depth. The plants shipped Brownlee Bros., in your last order were

well festival occasion Well, he ihould worry. He .has Soundings are taken while the* for I must write and tell how
which milk has been kept so exhibits in a vacant store me. you fine they arc; have just
plenty to eat, no bill collectors to vessel Is in motion.
as solution of baking soda and In the center of town. The exhibit bother him, no income tax collectors . finished setting fifteen thousand of them. Have neverseen bet
hot water In the proportion of a
by Louts H. Als-
of was prepared no license tags to buy or personal DeLand $35,000 gymnasium ter ones.
level teaspoonful to a quart
meyer, county agent, and Miss May taxes to officially dedicated.
water. Let the solution pay. Yours
warm Wlnfield. home demonstration truly

stand In the vessels long enough I agent, and consisted chiefly of cover .. .- .., . J. M. BROWNLEE.
to get cold. Pudding dishes or crops and preserved citrus -

\pots and pans which have been' fru Itl. '\,

burned are oasn/ cleaned thIs way. STItA WBERRY PLANTS OF QUALITY Mr. Brownlee's letter speaks for itself. We sent Brownlee

tlefor-j leaving-cereal in a double Miss Thelma. Baker, a student Bros. 30,000 of our bred up Missionary _Plants. ..See what..he

boiler over night turn a cup of I In Orlando Senior High School, has For fifty years we have grown and sold the best straw thinks of our kind of plants. We can please you as well as we

won the first prlae a gold medal berry plants. :ro"l'n. See our agents and get your order
cold water. over It. This will pre Oacheller, the did Mr. Brownlee. See any of our agents and give them your
vent a hard crust forming on top. offered by Irving in with them or mall direct same to me. Plant crop la order order direct from
novelist, In the Florida History or me at prices in this ad. This makes
In the morning the water may be short this! season every place so we advlsa you to get order
turned off before the cereal Is re 'Contest conducted by Rollins Col- 50 years of fair dealings with the public for the Bauer firm. We
In and make of ..
lego, A. J. Hanna, chairman of the early sure your wan
heated. < announced Saturday. MIllSBaker's sell more plants than all other growers in the South combined
contest, My agents: urv .\. J. Grim, A. J. Tlionm*,,.'. I". Flume, and ,
a "A Brief Historical we can fill orders. We will have
essay was your plenty of good Missionary
To give frosting a smooth, glossy Bra.Jroui
HroMiilcp Ilro Annotation
County Strawberry "
the frosted Sketch of My Home Town: all through March\ and into
put early early
appearance April. We
Orlando." The i lor:da "history an.1 J.: H. Moon. Ijawtcy, Fin. Price!' ROW! Miulonnry, hope
caked In a warm oven for a few to have the chance to serve
seconds, taking care not to let the Prize Contest has been conducted from joung betli, IOOO to 8OOO,,$.!., Over BOOO, 92.73, f. you.

frosting get so hot that It wilt annually by Rollins College since o. b. here.
run. 1920 when Irving: Bacheller founded J. A. BAUER

the contest In co-operation with I J. A. BAUER

To soften dry cocoanut for ule In the College In order to "st'mulate I JUDSONIA ARKANSASr'
cake frosting steam It In a clean greater Interest among the high LOCK DOX as JUI)8() L\, ,\RK.'i i ,

clollr: over boiling water. school students of Florida In the

-Ruby McOavld. study ot Florida history."

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-..---- -' fling by the guests In honor of Mr. : .er: Mrs. Ovid Haynes. -----.1 Hi. : f;

and Mrs. Olustead wh. leave Wed Mr. and Mm. Floyd Standish i ".1. Pets ,
who have been in Sarasota for sev-: Itecelpti !
nesday for their home In New Warrnnt' ,
, riLl weeks returned to this city, 'Inl.) I '
.. York state. March 6th. '
r._f S JdYV I Hal. I"..h. 1 i I ,
Mr. and Mrs. Bryant and Mrs Next Friday night at 8 p. m 1IIi: Itvcalpt !'
..... -- ,,
I --- Thy word i il a lamp unto my feet, and a light unto my path.-Psalm 1 119105. Sawyer left Tuesday for a motor I.'nlHlcket oll will entertain at Hul.nrritntH,' : <: ; ?'

'ET Ru ) OF' TIIK IXIS"tO.IN I trip down the state the city auditorium on the corner I 1
''lal Feb. !
\of:rIir3unrbiinrJciu: : : L : All religious! teaching doctrine or Mrs. John Lawrpnce, her mother of Main and Church streets. The I IttH'ttlptn. ) 1 I ( I
. creed, if they are to have any claimupon read ugs and music will be first Win-runt, Ii
the love, lo ond devotion of the be in with I Mrs. Doyd and ,ulster Miss I ) .. 1 : ( : < ,
f'h/ruph, / : Jesus people must harmony olnsn. 50 per cent of the proceeds! \\11,1. ,
the teachings of the Christ whose words fit into fold and crevice Daisy Boyd and Miss> Ruth Lawrence !' t ; I'
Kant AMEN! to Report. every will KO to tho P. T. A. Everybody i Hal. Pet>. (
to say In last week'sL'raP' of the human heart and< /of> whom? It was Bald in John 7:46, 'NEVER MAN1111S I drove to Mountain Lake U Invited. t..".flim 1
wrlta up of dogs SPAKE LIKE MAN' Tuesday to visit the Bok Tower. [ Wtirranln, '

Yes indeed, our lovely Mr. and Mrs. L. I>. Bryant of'Fort llul. Mar I '
; over-stocked with great. It is said that "from the 1 The majority of Keystone
0' ,'11' Is d dI Myers wero visiting Mr. andMrs. n,\l. Feb. 1
year 1700 to 1800 It Is estimated Heights residents attended the
I li'celptn
I| St'XU\V SCHOOLI fire In tho "I'ow chamber M. Wutterson thin week. Warrant, : : /
book has that the Christian population: ol camp] wow .
holy 4
1 IHI, heaven's ILKSSOX Mm. 'Maud Wesley of Waldo.was Unl. 1IInr.- I!':
word to nay of dogs, ILot I the globe advanced from one hun- Camp) of the Palms, Monday I he, ,
j jood! the silent of her cousin Mrs. : : :: :[ : : f 'I
I| dred fifty-five millions to more night and enjoyed a uplend d program I. 01. I C lilt-nt I ,
why worthless I
understand A. A. McDonald! 'liewlnnlnp, ,
I. than five hundred millions." of music and stunts of various '
, Sdug logs are allowed to live }'()( :M.IIICH HI, ll):tO i \Mrs. F. A. Scott and grandchildren -! "f tliu) ",,,,ntI, J :;
Yet there is unending work. kinds. There will be an- the | Jdurlnir
'. land about certain homes In of Starke. visited Mrs. Scott's I ,
Especially that type ot Subject: Parables of the King. botlx at home and abroad for other entertainment and ramp fire brother L. J. ::1 he r- '" ,
i city Wynn this week.O. 1
Christians to do for Christ.CHK1STIAX of the mime place on Thursday and ci ,'. .
,. i that sleeps all day and makes dom.Golden llayncs and C. W. Gillette. I Iw'ro pilK" anil I I
Text: "The kingdom of March 13th at eight o'clock when , I
j night hideous by barking 4 transacting business in I the _ _
. God is not eating and drinking I'llCKC'II Jack Weber will read from Mr. t].M>oHltorl I : _ _
|rl all night and depriving Stnrke last Monda pnt'h ut ,
I. ) but righteousness and peace and I Tlbbetts book Mystery of ]Kun- ttmt .. !
I.I. Tl I b nervous people sleep they Rev. Norr's pastor of the First ,
I. Joy in the Holy Spirit." Rom. 14-: "Prayer as a source of Power Jumuck Cave. curlty '
'. Iniich need. Baptist church here preached. two 'tory, (
should "be made to 17. In the Church" will be the sub Dr. Shryock and family of St. excellent pnKI or '
owners sermons here last Sun
{Volt) Lesson Text: Matthew 13:24-: ject of the sermon Sunday at 11a. Augustine\ were In Keystone nv ouch, ) I
'. from becoming .
-oni' (their pots / day morning! an devenlng.Hev. of current
And any dog that S 2. m. Heights over Sunday. Dixon of Jacksonville\ will ponltn.Vlim. '
Sanoett ..
Jesus spoke eight parables In Bible School at lOa. Mr. and Mrs. Fred McMillan of \ > .
lp$ all i) dl\Y.\ and begins at 7 p. m. preach at the Christian church I :March
I and barks until 11 p. m. this 13th Chapter of Matthew one Prayer Is the connecting link Palatka were visitors: In Keystone next Sunday morning and evening. : I
of which "the Sower" was lastSunday's I between the weakness heights>: Sunday ,
I and help-
be baptised in carbolic Mrs. Dolami Jones ,
IQ |ht to Is spending _ _ _
lesson. Today we sketch lessness of earth and the strengthand Preparations are being made fora .
fined for tor- this week
the owner at Therossa. the
,,1 I I. guest
, time tho Woman's i ,
Jolly Club
over the other seven about the of heaven. In too
ling his neighbors with such anminable power many of her daughter Mrs. D. W. Moore I t
building Friday night which Is ()' : : ; "wheat and tares, "mustard homes and churches this link It and Mrs. A. L. !Sullivan: > S
Joy night and the close of the .
the cows and hogs have I seed. "leaven. "hidden treasure missing, Mr. and Mrs. It. D. May were ny the
"tho merchant man" "the fishing la sweet communionwith Chautuuqua. season. board ,
la ellm'nated now let our mar- "Prayer trammeling business in Starke this of I

IIIt tig get busy and eliminate yea net" and the householder." God." Prayer Is weakness week. nn fold.. .... .

'. lormlnate the detestable nlght- Leading thoughts in the lesson : casting itself upon power." Prayer ......+.*..*+.*........* IItootse"s- April 8. I .
"Who can get into the king- is the practice ot the presence C the : }: : \ I;"
t S
. king do ;not curs.say that a man cannot dom? On what ground will soulsbe of God. : GRAHAM I .5........................ \...W"n.1III."', ;; !,: I I { ; I

and such excluded from It? Why does One of the greatest needs of the 15 and 1

I [ a Christian fear hs! own nelgh-a the kingdom of heaven have little church of today is earnest, persIstent ..............*......... :. Beach : any whether of : S
.. I;. but I nearby t
.i cannot. beginnings? How can we make believing prayer. Mr. R. S. Wasdln was transactIng ........................ the '

the extermination of sure of that beg'nntng for our- You are invited to hear the sermon business In Starke Thursday. oonnolld. :< :
ours for Mr. and Mrs. N M. Bradley and I I i i S..
For I h.
Jrthless selves? Why is the kingdom of on prayer Come Mr. N. S. Crawford and son election '
children, spent Sunday with her
dogs.W. heaven the greatest interest that --- Wesley were visiting here Satur Nornnin, .
E. Daugherty. \ : I.
parents Mr. and Mrs. W it. Kersey are "" ", I ;
Cherry street. can possibly come Into a life? How MIKSHYTKRIAN: ; day.Mr. For S

can we prove that we so regard : and Mrs. Younger of Gainesville election : : :' : : : S
I Mrs. :J. L. Gasklna and Miss derhlll I
it?" Services Sunday March 16th as Mrs. Hager and daughter of Frankie Lou Murrhee shop- var..s ara S
. .....................4 The parable of tares "The kingdom follows: Waldo and Mrs. Nlram Wynn and were For t .
. ping In Starke Saturday afternoon.Mr. elm-lion. I\\ ; ;::: II II : I
. NEW' RIVER : of heaven is likened unto a 10 a. m. Sunday school J. M. daughter Carrie of Hampton, Jim Howard and daughters bv Crown : "
man which sowed good seed In Truby, supt. were visiting Mr, and Mrs. A. U. Nortmtn' I l,
. !\II" Essie Sapp, Cor. his field Out while men .lept .hls Drown Sunday afternoon.Mr. Mamie and Matilda spent the woek For :h' : 1 : :: : : : S S
I. . : 11 a. m. Morning worship sermon at St. George Ga. election, ,: : : r: : ( \ I '

.................... enemy came and sowed tares by the pastor "Honoring Leon Dryden Martliy Dryden Mi1. and Mrs. \M. Rh'oden and l..n.Uropn.. .."I,>. l : : ; j 1
. among the wheat and went his God." Dplma Surrency nnd Mrs. Rachel I ,
Illev. S. S. Proctor filled his reglir way. * So the servants of the 6:30: 'p. m. Christian Endeavor \ Thomas of hero was shopping daughter Elsie of Waterouk election. For : I \ ':,
New River spent Sunday tho guests of Mr. and. '
appointment at I.HWlH, S
householder and said unto In Starke Saturday afternoon. S
came topic, "l'eter a Great Evangelist. ,
Mrs. L. M. Murrheo and family. "rnwforil
I (ptlnt church Sunday morning. h'm. Sir didst not thou sow good 7:30 p. .ra. KvenliiR worship, MI'. Leroy Ostovu of Brooker ,, : ,, ; S
Mrs. Jim Howard and children !
those who vlslt-
Among were field? from whence wax visiting{ his sister Mrs. Maude
seed In
thy song and sermon.
.\. J. (
, spout Saturday afternoon In Jack
: In Lake Saturday were: then hath it tares? He said unto The annual congregational meet Surrency Sunday. .' :
and Mrs. S. L.: Crews Mr. and sonville. 4
them. An enemy hath done this. : ing of this church will be held Mlsa June Adklns of Hampton :
Messrs. Corbett and Frank Yar- :
Vi. E A Sapp and ch'ldren Mr.
Bald unto Wilt : and David! Moore passed, through
The servants Mm next Wednesday evening at 8:00:
|,l ?Mm. J. L. Johns and daugh- rough) of Maccienny were visiting
thou then that we go and gather o'clock Reports from all departments here Sunday. hero Saturday afternoon. In (' :

5 [, hiss Essie Messrs. M. II. them up? But he said Nay; lest of the church will be called ML'. and Mrs. David Durben and .71141..h.lnl I
, Mr. D. W. Kelley and Florlila. I
while the tares school daughter of Jacksonville were visiting I
ye gather up ye for-Sunday young peo
J. "
IIIhier.flss Sarah. root up also the wheat with them. ple's society women's nocletles: here Sunday. ................e...... I>\ k : :: r rIr. I I S

|M' and Mrs. I. W. PinholsterBrooker Mr. It. M. Johnson and Fred C 'S /! lil. ::1
Let both grow together until the treasurer and ofllclal board. O Ulcers son ,

were visiting friends harvest: and lu the time of harvestI for the next year will be elect. and Willie Strickland were trans. : ZIFF vs. S
Ire Sunday afternoon. lilies Opal' Lewis Cor. J. H. heir
acting business in Starke' Saturday
'will say to the reapers. Gather ed. The session urges a full attendance ) ,

I Messrs. Crystal and Norman ye together first the tares and of the membership. Refreshments ........................ I I S S
"iginq were visiting their sister bundles to burn Mrs. Ellce Starling and daughter To .1. 1!
bind them in will be served and a either
held Dorian ore ,
Services were at
.8 Jewell W.'gglns! in Jackson- the wheat into social time the Clarice and Evelyn were visiting bin .
them: but gather enjoyed at conclusion I "
last Saturday and Sunday by pastor : :: : ;
tie Saturday evening. vlneei. )
: her
Mr. and Mrs. A.
my barn. of the business. : : ,:
Taylor of Hampton.Mr. nlKni It
[ Mi1 Guy Andrews who has been Jesus was the farmer; the fieldis O. Brown last Wednesday night. col. ,. 1'for:1 t
W. J. Johns of Starke spoilt; : : :: : ; : I';
"riled ndfng home some time In Atlanta re- the world; the enemy Is satan; HKVKNTH: DAY AUVKNTIST Misses Pauline M:11s, Delma Sur- liiHt week here with his daughter or, place, .. ; ,. # 7 55

Monday. the good seed Is the true teachingof -- reucy, Hubert Brown and Wesley In those ,
I Hi-. John Sattler and John and son-In-law. Mr. and Mrs. J. In
son Christ; the tares are the false Sunday, March 16, at 3:00: p. Crawford motored to Sampson W. Lewis. Florida" : S
} of the White House vis-
were m. Sunday afternoon.Mr. The
of satan.
teachings by the agents :
t Mr. and Mrs. J. n. Thomas and
!hig here Sunday afternoon. The good and the evil come into Services-at the home of F. J. and Mrs. F, Reynolds and Northeast,
Mr. R. n. Thomas spent Sunday ansi ( ; S S
Urs. M. L. Johns has been '
j on the churches of Christ and can Pattee Hellbronn Spring road. children of Jacksonville' are visit- ter of ( ) -I
afternoon Alachua with Mr .and
la sick list for the last few days "lest Elder Stephenson will conduct the Ing her partnts, Mr. and Mrs. F. at Hlx 1ft) S
hardly be now separated ..
Mrs.]\ Delatha Starling. (S3) ICn l t .
ut WA all\ wish her a speedy re- study of the Bible. You are cordially Abernathy \lltI ':. ,
while ye gather up the tares ye ( S
\Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Lewis and .
very. root up also the wheat with them." invited. Bring pencil and MI' and Mrs. B. McKinney of daughter Lula Mae were visiting .are been ..,,., ::, ; !, :: :' :

But Jesus said the tares should be paper. No collection. Sampson were visiting here Wed In Starke last Saturday. J. .F. .

Wlntef Garden City Council "gathered and burned In the fire." "Let us search and try our ways nesday. Mrs. Charlie Prescott spent Sun. In file their.In "' I S

HUPS on all streets here. false teachers the good and bad 3:40.: Varnes of Sampson were visiting cott. """" cloudii to (| t -_

Stuart E'ghth anual Martin may be separated here, as Is shownby here Saturday Mr. J. II. Kelley filled his regular I'loarlnnr, !

'Hint? Fair being held here. the parable of the net of the ............*)...*)......* Miss| Delma Surrency of here appointment at Shady Grove annullliKT In milil, I
Winter Garden Winter. Garn fisherman "Again the kingdomof VUHOO Forsyth and Guy Edwardsof terest' of I ( t
Saturday and Sunday : : ::
and ,;. ,.. I I
Laundry establishing business heaven is like unto a net that : Keystone Heights : Starke were visiting Edna Mrs. I. W. Dyal and daughter fore .

i ere.Tort was cast Into the sea and gatheredof Mla Helen Od... Cor. 4 Williams of Waldo Saturday eve- Marlon Lee of Graham spent the fendant,

Myers State Highway every kind: Which when it .. .. ... ning.Mr. weekendhere with her parents .known,,1 or or S
..... .... ...... Hubert Brown
pnrtment offered to pave Fowler was full they drew to shore and motored to Mr. and Mrs.. J. W. Lewis. appear ;l

Ireet from foot of bridge to First sat down and gathered the good On Wednesday afternoon. Mar. Palatka and Jacksonville Satur- Miss' Annie and Nomtt Groover exhllilted Monday'

reet. Into vessels but cast the bad 5th, the guests at the Inn entertained day. l U. I 11)10:\ )
afternoon the
spent Sunday
... .
Green Pove Springs Amerlm away." with a lovely Indoor gar- Mr. Graham 'Doyd and Floyd Miss Hazel Thomas.Mr. war In the? .

Theatre Installing Vitaphonelulpment. Christ's! teaching and kingdom den party for the benefit of the Crosby passed through. here Sun and Mra. T. D. Dynt and hlbltnd :: : ( ) :r ::
decree of
appeared small at first but he Keystone Heights Woman's Club. day.We children were visiting at Graham airalnit ( f: : :: ;; _______
Fort Lauderdale] Hollywood said "The klngdomof heaven Is The Inn was artistically decorated are all sorry to learn that Sunday afternoon. The I _ _

Investment and Holding: which a man took and sowed In cream strawberries and little wish him a speedy recovery. children were visiting In Graham : : :
cakes frosted in various Misses Pearl and Gertie John which : S
ompany for 536000. his field: Which Indeed is the pastelshade's Sunday afternoon. once a I

Green Cove Springs Western least of all seeds; but when it Is were served. A musical program son were guests of Tbplma\ Drown MI'. and Mrs. Tommie Wasdln week' I

nlon Telegraph Company will grown it Is the greatest among was enjoyed while the guests Sunday. and little daughter spent Sunday of WI this _ _

love to modern offices Boon. herbs and becometh a tree so were partaking of the refresh Mrs. Avery Barry and Vertle here with Mr. and Mrs. T, D. Dyal. March, 4t. I _ _

Tallahassee Sealey Memorial that the birds of the air come and ments. Smith of Tampa were guests of her Mi'. Earnest Wasdln of Waldo ; I.

boot building will be ready for lodge In the branches thereof." Mr. Gravel played a number of parents Mr. and Mrs. Earvln Mur spent Sunday here with his cousin ( I

'I'cupancy by March 1st. This growth of his kingdom has selections on the flute accompanied rhee last week. Mr. Lloyd Dyal. Oltl".t/j '

Davenport Tomato growersold been quiet and mostly unseen as by Miss Gertrude Houser at Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Eastman and There was a birthday dinner at Holl'ltnr I S

meeting here.Tarpon'Springs shown by the parable of the "leav the piano. Morris Skinner rendered Mr. and Mr. J, A. Jarvis were Dedun last Sunday In honor ol

Is two selections on the cornet dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. A.
Grade school kingdom of heaven
"The :II ;
en, Mr Taylor of Hampton. S() ( t _ _ _
,u II ell rig being renovated. like unto leaven which a woman accompanied by Miss Virginia Jane O. Brown Sunday .

took and bid! In three measures of Miller. Mr. Crosby entertainedwith Mr. and Mrs. John McKInney Tallahassee Plans proposed Notice I _ _
several piano solos. and children were visiting his par uant to ,
political Announcements meal till the whole was leavened. for construction of new sewerage made on !

The value of Christ's teachingand I Other attractions were; A grab ents Mr. and Mrs. Babe McKinney system to cost approximately A. t). .

STATES ATTOIINHYTo of the salvation of the soul Is bag and palm reading. Sunday.Mr. $350,000. cult",lit (In, I .

compared with worldly wealth in The young people of the Heights and Mrs. Charley Smith Jacksonville City council approved Florida S _ _

ixth Judicial the Voter Circuit of : the I hereby Twenty-an- the parables of the "hidden treas gave an evenings entertainment at were visiting Mrs. Barryan Dyal plans for construction of County log In I _ _

'ounce. my candidacy for the office ure" and the "pearl of great the club house on Saturday eve Thursday afternoon.Mr. spur track on Houston street. apart .. plainant, '
f Mate.* Attorney of the Twenty. ning that was heartily enjoyed by Jesse Woods' was visiting in rail. widow, et. ,
>ith Judicial Circuit comprising- price", where Jesus said. "Again of Atlantic Coast Line derHlfrneil S
'alter., Union and Bradford countle the kingdom of heaven is like unto a good size audience. The first Baker county Sunday roads proposed 'development pro n I (
;ibject to the Democratic Primary IIleld/ the half of the program was g.'ven by Mrs. Broughton was visiting: her to about ala "
::1"oIIDn| Of June jrlj. 1930. If elaut- treasure bid in ; gram cost $100,000. tha "
<1. I promise an Krenlve, aner- wh'ch when a man hath found he the girls and opened with a song daughter In Lake Butler Saturday. Tarpon Springs-Central Pharmacy nt the ( _ _ _
."tlo/ and economical ministration There will be preaching at the Court I :
by Gay Skinner Donna Kerr VIrgInia -
the affair of the otnce. And I hideth and for Joy thereof goeth will move to new location In County ,
lull) tn annure ynu I will appreciate and selleth all that he hath and Jane Miller Betty Sanders home of Mr. and Mrs. Jarivs Wed. Harvey building formerly occupiedby hour of

n, support of aiL.bVIUETT nesday night. Kverbody Is wel A _ _ _
and Joyce Stolte; a piano] solo by West Apri.
: M. JOHNS buyeth that !field. Again the king Drug Company. I ( I
Starke Florida. dom of heaven Is like unto a merchant Virginia Jane Miller; musical come. Preaching by Ilev. Fife. South Jacksonville Shell Ser- .rl".0 ; _

man seeking goodly pearls: reading. Donna Kerr; trombone t vice station opened for business! Mouth.n.t The

State Atlormey" Who when be had found one pearlof solo Morris Skinner; musical **.. .................... at Forest and Riviera streets. lartar t : : '
read' "Suabonnet and Overall >f the I

great price went and sold all ng. Tavares- -C. L. Wiseman movedto .
T) the voter. of the Twenty-Sixth HAMPTON F.llbw..1
It." Jim. Eva Hays and Billy new locaton.:
''u'llclal (Circuit embracing; Baker. that he had and bought hllf I
..'nlon and Bradford counties. I her. The privilege and duty of every Davis; black face comedy stunt, *> Mice Aim /"!.-... <..... Over 604 acres tomatoes will nf if the the I


Twonty-Slxth Judicial Circuit ofP'IBrldll. the gospel are referred to by ton. The second half was a play I county this season according to f the ..

subject Election to of the June DemocraticPrimary Srd. 1930. Christ In verse: 52 of the lesson entitled "Survive or Perish" given Mr. and Mrs. John Parker were C. p, Heuck county agent. Townahlp'. )

ind Solicit your support. I have held where he says. "Therefore every by the boys and written by Helen the guests of their ion. Lee Parker - - .onr the I

'this ponltlon before and am familiarwith Is instructed unto Ogden characters in the play were during the week-end. CXICIIK'S FI-V 4 'I"'! 1, HTATKMKVTHiWt inllh..t.
which :
the duties pertaining thereto scribe Mrs. Baker and children : \ PI/MIJ9 quarter :
\nd |If nominated.I promise. an etI%. the kingdom of heaven is like as follows: Grandma Malone R. Aracy : >

elent' enervetlc and economical of the admlnlntratlon of.. unto a man that is. an householder R. Weld; Theodosla Van Wiggle, of Lake Geneva were visitors here Monthly financial, statement of ( tJi. an' ;. ::
Dee of the affair of Frank Walrath Jr.; Mortimer Ma. last Sunday.Mr. Bradford county for the month of' l "
and will the support forth out
appreciate brlngeth l
which tnd Rnt
of all voter In saUl election.A. things new ond old." lone; the grandson. Vivian Anderr and Mrs. L. A. Wynn have February, Ce 1930..erl Faada 19, Twp. : : :
S. CREWS. his treasure son; Montague P. D. Q. Klllem- recently attended church at Law- Hal Fob. 1, 11130 __ IBM!91! (','..rdln"
FUu of the plan ,
Starke. ,
At the completion Flecnlpt during month ?- . 7M.:tw .> .f '
salvation upon the death resurrection quick, Albert Stolte; Eher.'ff: Ken. ley. 0 Warrants. durlnir month 111.9! 'lorlda. :
roll( REPRESK1XTAT1VBI: neth church; Sheriff's aide Morris Mrs. R. M. FaY8r 'and children. Hal. March 1. 1930 1.4O.4I' ota :
and ascenolon of Jesus Mr. and Mrs. O. Haynes and Mrs. ("!.. ... .....rt......* Feel I Inal. -r lea. I
Skinner. Billy McQlnston and I tnir
were comparatively few active Feb. 1, 1930 - I4M .
m"I take this mathoil. of announclac. there disciples. But Billy Bullwlnkle. At the close of P. B. Hunt visited Mrs. Haynes' Kecelpt duncE month $ .t1'Warrant rca .. I
randldacy for '
regenerated during I month ft >f the
to ac- the Ice"cream and cakes brother. Robert Canon of Melrose : -Jm'
Jir.dford county subject .f from these the number grew to program Hal. March I. 1531) _:_ : 0
of the Democratic primary ,
11n were sold. last Sunday. Head Feed
elected. I my's.if then 5000 ant 10,000 at K. M.
3000. 7939.2Iteusipta '
list Feb. I. lU8 1
rkl Red of Gainesville has --
in for the b..t t. ofth. Intervals. In modern times A very delightful little partywas Mrs. E. during month .._ ,
., cltlaen of my county and state short given at the Inn Monday eva- recently been the guest of ber 11aor. Warrants during month ___- 1.800.011t J..Jelt' 3-T-lt-4-4. i J7144II
a< aU time. Tour support will b.aPDrcl.t.d. the growth Is proportionately


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1 _. ..- ..-- --.. .. .... -- _.' -.- rT .. ...... -.A came back. . taxpayers go around Rll'.! : I

t t ; y %. Bradford County I MI- i around town j And the one'-that's going the BLANK look on their (acea.It .

t i i00 rounds now is the radiator song seems that New "ve
Established 1877 the 3 .. ii.-n.-ii..-i-i i .- ...- > "A Little Hiss Each Morning, A Ing about FLY Ins.., 18'

.It has often been wondered Little Hiss Each Night.:" WOOD was talking ah '0)Ilf a
Published Weekly on Fridays and Entered as '!I what would become of the title: spectlon.And .

1?' Matter at the Post Office at Starke, writers for the old silent movies She DrivesMom now may we n-"'nnr. .
Oc- arrival of the talkies. 'rq
!since the tune In next Friday i'
1 E. S. Matthews, ___n___ _____._______ Owner Obviously, these boys, who originated got behind: the wheel one day 7:45: ) for the "State \" nlot"
And said "I'll stay right here \I ,
J. C. Robinson .. _ __ ._ __ ___________ \ : / be t such literary and gems"Curse as. 'Till someone comes and shows Book," which come I n, .
to "Came the dawn", WFLA Clearwater ipc "Il0rj,
Or+ yon, 'lady Vere de Vere", could me how tho Florida Clipping '
SUIJSCIUPTION RATE "To shift this 'crazy gear "tervlry|
J. be allowed to write dialoguefor
never the
bring you BEST
-, of moden sophisticated "You've promised you would teachme trout,'I
in the ears a
Six Months 75c-Payable PRESS.
Yearly, $1.50; how
still had
t audience but they .
Z ; Advertising Rates on Application to eat. It presented a very per- "To drive, and It's a cinch -
l . -- '- "That will come and teach me
i ) plexing problem.But you I
I There are still many lots badly' in need of now the mystery has been or JUST IX 1MSS1NO/
r I the solved in rather a jolting manner. "I will not move an Inch. I By R. J. HoU
-o --- You, no doubt, read the following So I got In and showed her how
has been saved for another re- 'last week's : To use the clutch and feed;
;: a, The country in papers
The brake; the choke: the gear The bandits, Dombktewirih, |
Ituth has signed.No Mable Normand Is dead.__ I and lights zbyzl and Izydorzcxack have

h 1i'I I u Tho elfin film comedienne, And then I said, ""Proceed!" given from twenty years toJ\11:,
be William who took her final cue from She started off alii well as I, Th's gives a breathing spell lOr 1
could paid
greater tribute the Great Director on Sunday, porters and linotype
But matters soon got worse- operators
,, than to he was a good president. of went Into the fade-out as she will allow tbe proof
;, say She tried to shift the gears and readers |U
entered the prologue-smil- .
e.. went to come up for air.
? of ing.. Her i private secretaryand From low Into reverse I
} r'PP' ; It might be interesting to learn why telephone closest friend told how- And then, confusing brakes and "The Man in the Green. ml,
glasses. she faced the end of the picture to have entered ..
in Tarpon Springs use magnifying the gas, seems Inn the>J
+ u o ; smiling In those quiet I She sped at such a rate controversy. We fan unk, I fj
I's hours before dawn. I We backed Into a neighbor's fence Harry Sinclair Tea Pot Oomaii|
Inverness Chronicle insinuates that baC'n- ; ... And tore away, MS? gate ,..* !*- World War l1ud.other setup lie
fellows who didn't nave a car in their younger And that explains It all. I told her' not to be dismayed, to be Injected, Into the liearlil]
But if they had to put these ex-
of I But try it once again. ere long.
R i i -O- --'-- title boys to doing something, why, .
she ---
M {p !Mom looked real sheepish as
; ? j City of Ocala is going after the annual oh why, did they put them to writ- said, When the congressional! 011I0,

: It Florida Educational Association to be held next Ing death notices "I think It looks like rain. tee investigating the Mod( Ply .
t "Perhups you'd better drive the Ishes their bearing and InQol
; r n Movie Blurb car tlon they will probably find aYiiJvestljatora
Florida's state fair opens in Jacksonville ten Members of the premiere! aud- "Into the shelter, dear usually do that! 1 tb
it runs through the 22nd. It will be the last fair in to ience last night sat spellbound- "I think it's pleasanter to drive man at the head of the i.honest'
overawed by the amazing splendor -
t "While sitting In the rear." competent, truvtwomjand '
(season. : thrilled by the Immortal melody .v he did a good job.
o-- : the tender love theme of the '-

i '' ' Next to the nuisance who can't close a door, I times greatest! musical romance of all "Tremblors Rock CalifonJ
us Jfltps&KracKs City" states,headlines! in |
.L who has nothing to do and insists on spending his If words can describe "The Vag. Not knowing much newagpers. abs,
J abond King" those words are:
those who have to work. PASSIONATE FIRE! !iussfr: the "tremblers" we,would off-ba

l o All the bright glory of eternal "ra.. at... h... I".p. nwtcM4 say they must -something lnj
old time California ehrthqu.
,jf .A After going into a tail spin from a pony's ) 'love Melodies In color,rapturous song and, story rousing! Little= Miss Muffet used to be in the good old di.nj

i ; bergh has decided to stay in the air with a plane. Tender solo! Exalting: chorus! Sat ou.",,a.'tu T9t, before the Florida storms 1 hero
I''' why'he should prefer a plane. the A singing cast of 500! Never She'd i'Just put her lipstick away, "hurricanes" and' gnats hers
anything like It! A'.handsome chap spied her, horseflies.A .
And sat down beside her,
fit They still seem determined to find new "Ho-hum. ZZZZZZZZZZ." says I So, of course, she' decided to. Chicago woman'held a I bat
y tion rather than abolish a bunch of useless offices me. I slay i of thirteen diamonds and did v|
so I take a trick the other n'ghta tti
@ 9 date some of the remaining ones. of husband promptly "busted" b|
1f And there are people who say Some of our community chest
with cut glass grapefruit bow:
09" -- a
that imaginative, writing is dead! measurements seem to be below
She him for divorce ,
Intangible property is hard to find for normal. Issuing i a
!: and may get it.
and the legislature very kindly continued to favor As long as movie ads continue ,
there will be no chance for a poor It,the Government really wantsto
yla of taxpayers by exempting intangibles from the little adjective to get its beauty do something for the Indians, A well known northern aiitho-l
ity real estate advises 111 i|
c ; tax return sleep. why not give them a BLANKET: on
l// I > contract.All "Hold Your Florida Property)|
>t'' 11i -0 I Chuckle Here We are doing It, old son. Nobi
of increased servant but the sheriff and taxes will pi
Following news story !
I At a military school hats are Tallahassee needs Is a good
f' White House to take care of entertainments, some i supposed to sit on the the head MATCHMAKER.Even\ lour property In fart no otktj
have called lately to I II
: parties
u straight at all times and especially -
believe that Hoover prosperity at least is about the
quire same.
at Saturday Evening Inspection. with the present crop of
president's home. A new cadet, or freshman as candidates, Florida probably has -
o of they are sometimes called, once I more stumps per polltcian than Fight fans should feel frill/
I about that fiasco at Miami. TV! I
z'I', made the unpardonable error of any state In the Union.
4 Miller auction system has handled sales of attending one of these formations wise guys predicted that Sliarlcl'

+ { c4 Florida strawberries this season, bringing; in a with his hat tilted dangerously Now that Dahlberg has increased would knock out Scott io tori
rounds He dJd it In three. Bt'f'
;A 345.95. Highest prices paid last week were 16 Ir2 er one ear. The Inspector haltedIn Florida's millage again, there'llbe'more D'
said .would "foul.
Scott yell
1I front of him and, giving him CANE raised.
; and 9 1-4 cents. It Hi
r lowest' the once-over twice, roared, "Five did fives times. Now since:
turned according to schedul, [
I ) o demerits for having hat over one And now Tampa Is staging another
why should there be any hicks.
ear! endurance contest to how
': Wauchula Advocate is entering its .
"B-but It's on straight, sir; ," long she can take in deciding
t publication, another of Florida's weeklies ( stammered the recruit. where to locate her airport. Arcadia Hays Br&a Fot.l
Store South De Soto avemj
i on
{i; when it was just a cross-road and sticking to it "Then ten demerits for being changed h 'nds.r .
under it crooked!" the inspector This Is the time of year that
paper and town are among the most progressive in .
o .- - - ':-' - - - - -..-

qt! 6$ Lake City Reporter says a bigamist is one ) !

!i the same mistake twice. Then, in an effort to so

i says in another': squib that the reason marriage is : ''

rr cess is because it is contracted while the partners : :

'i' o '' / ....

+ k [Borrowing' your neighbor's paper to read can In lit

?' 1 + a' little too far, is the opinion pf one subscriber, 1"J

W'r 9 l fr; in this! week to renew her subscription and also 'to | '

'$' for the".. borrowing neighbor so "they would let : Is J '. '

{ alone. _____
t o

lire! d Leon county candidate for legislature ends his ;

$t: ment with "I have no platform except common : ,1c

& judgment, so let your conscience be your guide." ,

didate is successful and allows his conscience to of #
$ ,
t k will be a good representative. ,

J 0

y' Literary Digest's battle of the ballots will :
; as
1r country thinks of prohibition after ten years of I

forcement. One guess is as good as another, and of

'K 4 thepresent: condition is satisfactory to too many *

R wets for a change to be effected. to

o go .3a

at Our growers cannot expect to get a fair -

1 quality of berries shipped out during the past I, ,

..H weeks. It should be borne in mind that by the : ""-

the fruit shipped reached market, for which they

15 to 25 cents quart, it wouldn't bring" the. price. its Booming BUSINESS

1'a alone. or

TI :. --0-- LOOMS in the OFFING !

ifw Following report that Florida's treasury of
ter than nine million dollars at the end of -
The lull is over. All signs point toward full speed ahead
y r' t' General Davis tells the special congressional for American

T "the state has been forced to discount some of business. Commercial leaders are confident, backing their words by ac
tivities. The time has come to step forward.
', banks in order to pay professors and : ''

; leges." The joker is still loose in the deck.
0 This Bank fully concurs In the idea any business development which
that business is gathering'momentum. will make
: Interesting developments :: prosperity of the

I ? :Tuns from the state highway board, developments I / In i' We are eager to participate in community. Confer with us today.

show why Mallie Martin resigned from a state '

+ k 1 several thousand a year for one paying six -- BANK OF STARKE

,; "rear end of a Ford." It is a well known fact'that ,

; a no figure with the majority members,of the board, : A ROLL OF HONOR BANK
1 determined effort to break this majority would be E. S. MATTHEWS
'" citizens of W. S. Shands district will fight any T.j' CashierSTARKEFLORIDA

''e "Bill" the goat, and it's a safe bet that those in .!i I ; .

.t Graham's districts will see they get a square deal.s .[1'' .' "

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