Group Title: Bradford County Telegraph.
Title: Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Uniform Title: Bradford County Telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke, Fla.
Starke Fla
Publication Date: March 21, 1930
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subject: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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County Jail On Crop The Million Quart Mark Same Time Next Week On AT FESTIVAL


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Murder
Charge Activities of Growers ttocly Cur Attorney CiriuTHl KrtMl H. Dntl Railway CtimmlNMlonrr From

Quarts Receipts ItulfH. Thnt ltoimx-litt.il and
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Shot Intended for I'olkfi (T>lef Condition* Previously reported ______.____.____805,972 $174,710.56For Re'puhReaua' ut Ibillolt PollsTnllnhasseo Together Convict Slockaclii" lit Now I1dnll; K\xiHltlon: .

Strikes IVle CJrlfll lit Arm; -- week ending March 19th ___ ___320,592 73,736.16 CmiNtrurtmlPulatka

Attempts Hulclc1c The Bradford County Strawberry Mnr. IB Florida Plant City Mar. 18.--Eugene S. '' f
& Vegetable Growers Association March\ 111..ork on Matthews, member of the Florida

have adopted the Miller Auc- Totals to March 19th ___ ______ 1,126,561 $218,446.72 Republicans will hold their primary the Lake City end of the I'alntku- commission, attended the
Brownie Oalney, held In the with the Democrats of railroad
tion Plan of disposing of their -- along Lake City Short Route, highway Festival Sat- "

unity) Jail on charges murder of assault crop, but owing to the very unfavorable Totals for Sciison-Stand- nt ...12"n ,- !land 17th bringing/; 11 1-2 cents the state on June 3, Attorney Ceniral No. 211, will\ \begin next. week according urday.Florida lie Strawberry came over for a few
carrying
Mill;? intent to Fred If Davis( announced. today '
weather conditions they 3 I Quarts With TUrrtpU per pint and a car of 695 p nl : to udvlivM received here hours from Tampa where the com ,, +
onceoled and transporting
weapons mild )
suicide have not been able to give the or I 1IIJ1",1J: : crates was ronnlgned by the association : The attorney general u today from the Gateway City. mission held 1 Home hearings last ttl 1)l
liquor, tried to commit I great deal of confusion eeems to ?t
Auction Plan a chance. Tuesday. Average; price Work Is now under way on the week.
Wednesday night by breaking. anrediclne cxlxt In the minds of many Flort-
It is believed however, that with the paid per qcnrt on the three platforms building of a convict stockade font
and the Total berry movement from at
\ bottle using Jag- diana as to whether tho two primaries Mr. Matthews was surprised
the return of good weather the As- :J3 cents, sales on the
; wus mattes from Lake City on Highway
<:cd glass to sever the Jugular St a rke-Law ley-Hampton shipping: would be held together.One what he saw here and termed the
sociation will be In full swing Luwtey platform reaching 30 N'o. 28 to hoiifto state convict la-
successful in making platforms for the six days ending he had
vein He was set of officials, whether festival one of the best
within about two or three weeks. would total 33 cents: during last week. Majority bor.\ which will bo lined In hard
his throat but hs! \\ednesday night makeshis
a gash in I Democratic or Republican u iipprlntees ever snout Mr. Matthews
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The Association has decided to allow of 280 of the fruit sold between $7 and -..nrllluNo.\ 28 from Lake Cityto
wife, who was with him at the express refrigerator cars w'11' have charge of the hone: at Starke In Bradford
new members to Join right $8 (per :::-J\lart crate. Lake Duller a distance of 2(1( )
time, attracted Jailor Balsden's at- 32-quurts each, bringing tho sen- ballots of both parties. The bal- lonnt.v. which Is one of Nor HiFlorldr.'s '
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along through the shipping season, the mll- Helwrts from Plant City Indi I 1-2 inlleH The highway" ,Is, completed
son's movement well past ( forstrawberries.
tention and Dr. Parks was summoned lots will bo of different colors, one large, shipping points ,
and as the Miller Auction Com- 'atthat while total of 348.17H from Luke llutler to Flora I
to treat Oalney. I'on-quart mark. For tills period ( a color for the Democratic party/ and lie called attentionto

Gainey was placed In Jail Sun- pany is planning on, handling Starke led with a movement' off'leven' quarts I of strawberries. were shipped another for the Republicans.The home, within 1(1 miles of the city, the fact that Florida's first r
truck products the Associationwill refrigerator cars from that point for the weekending reached either by u hard dirt road ,
Starke.
morning on the charge of assault express Republicans will also have strawberries' were ral"ellat
day with Intent to murder following probably market many
the attempted shooting of of corn and beans through In addition to the dally car of open tho opinion that the movement Including n Republican national lateral highway from Jrnndln to way to cither portions of the state. I
that channel. would likely dwindle from now on, connect with Highway No. 14 at
and boxes. Lawtey'a move-
Chief Alvarez at an early hour pony conimlttcteimin to succeed Glenn 11.Skipper Weather a* a whole there during -
Sunday morning as he was standIng According to Information sent ment for the same period totaled because of the movement from this who resigned recently Interltirhen.La ; tho punt' winter: has not been

: with Lloyd Green and Pete out by the Plant City Growers As- fourteen cars, and Hampton approximately section and also from the Louisiana Mi' Davis stated. That party must last year tho road', trustees favorable to strawberries, heosald. {

Grime: in front of the Rex Jewelry sociation the Miller Auction Sys- three. Six of the express sec-tlpu. five cars reported also hold! an executive committee of Columbia county turned\ over The season there usually: begins In I

The bullet missed Alvarez tem handled 281 cars for their cars from Stacks were load moving from Hammond last Friday mooting to fix assessments of $80,000 to tho state road department March but this year berries. came

store and struck.Grlftla in the right arm, grpwers. bringing In cash returns ed out with quart crates solid While there will be a continued their party candidates In time for to bear Its cost of the surfacing In unusually early and some were

ranging upward and Inflicting a of $662,283.02. Average price three with 24-plnt crates, and the movement from Louisiana the latter to qualify. Qualifications of Highway No. 28 within shipped, out before Christmas. ""P

wound from which it may paid members this 'year was 29- balance of the solid express car It Is not though likely shipmentswill ( must' be In the hands of the Columbia county, a distance of Mr Matthews has been a member f,

severe to amputate the arm. 3-5 cents per quart, an increase of movement of mixed pint and quart reac-h. large proportions furtwd'weeke secretary of state or other constituted !- about 10 miles. District\ Knglneer of the railroad commission for '

be GrIITIs"necessary condition Thursday afternoon from 5 I> to 6 cents per quart net crates. on account of the setback \ authorities' thirty clays before Phillips oct Inales the cost nf paving ' six years end Is now a candidate I

to the grower over last year this Reduced to quarts the week's received<< from the last cold the primary at between 11.000 mind $12.- lie active
for re-elec-tlun. was an
described fair.
was as of 40 wave. The Plant City market declined 000 mil,.
Increase being in the face a movement totaled 320,593 quarts, a for
Florida publisher
Oalney had been placed under newspaper
percent Increase Introduction. with 170,032 quarts credited to also in price about six cents Tho convict"' camp which will and still owns his
about midnight Saturday many years
arrest with carrying concealed It Is conceded by the Plant City Starke. 131,200 quarts to Lawtey, a quart* Monday's average reported : Appoint Receiver house about 35 Inmates Is expectedto home town paper, the Bradford .

charged Association that had it not been and 19,360 to Hampton. Prices by the Plant City ICaterprlse, be- be completed this week, It wan County( Telegraph lie was speaker -''
and the pistol and liquor
weapons, for the Miller\ Auction System In considerable territory ing 20 1-2 cents
ranged over a Hampton BeachJudge stated, and men and equipmentfor of t the house of representatives)
from him. Friends put upa
taken Florida this year, the berry grow- for the six-day period dropping With the fair weather promisedby the work will be put on the In 1007.

cash bond for his appearance In ers would have suffered untold from the high mark of 30c the weather man, It will be the -- Job next week, according to present '

mayor's court Monday morningand losses. The' 24-plnt ventilated paid last week to 13c followingthe middle of the coming week before A, Z. Adklns appointedO. plans. .

he was released from custody. crate which Mr. Miller IntroducedInto three days of rain -tb Is week, the plants recover from the continual N. Canova of Waldo, receiverof IIUl'HIo: \\MV.\HH' : UITIIREGISTRATION t
Completion of the Columbia end
An hour or so later it is alleged Florida this season has out- softening the berries and reducing lain. of this week and the the Hamilton Beach Casino, ; HOOKH
of the and connection with
ha took a shot at the police om-I sold the 32-quart crate in most of the quantity that would have been quality of fruit Improves to the extent went of Hampton Saturday following Luke Under project will shorten the dlatume II.I.I'H.M.n'H: DAVIMVoters

cer from the shelter of a the markets this season, proving available otherwise by more than where It will command a good / hearing of parties Interested between tills \ and Luke
front of the Bradford County de- price The period between now fn the properly For the rrity
his contention that the trade one-half, according to growers. Into
City about 35 miles' ; It was stated. may be beguiled
Rank, then fleeing the scene wIth- mands a smaller package, In the The association loadedout and Hunter will see both the largest past several months the resort, has
growers Efforts!: are being made to rush registering/ various. means but..
out waiting to see the effect of local Friday movement and the highest been In charge of Mrs. Kennedy' of
opinion "officers of the a car of 542 pint crates the Klagler county end of the project a house-to-house canvass with the ,
his shot. Chief Alvarez and Lloyd for I this season The dance hall and
association. selling at auction for '11 3-4 prlcen expected Jacksonville.
growers to Iliinnell" which will provide registration books Is not ,.jne' of :
Green Immediately started In pure, Two half cars The movement for this season now bathing pavilion& l Is well patronizedby : '
cents per pint. the most direct cut to the Haul them, Fred H, Dnvla, attorneygeneral
suit but the shots at Gainey went the 15th and stands as follows: people of Bradford and Ala- .
shipped on
were Ccmat, with the probalillllty that tells supervisors of regts ,
/
he evaded them In the _
wild and Wauchula --- chua counties and the appointmentof
Berry -- - the entire route will l bit> finished tratlou In a recent opinion x
shadows near thq garage building Mr. Canova as manager/ of the
he C"Inn.TloS; : or-1 B.VTHUii : Precinct Books up till* year. When this Is done Mr. Davis buses his opinion' ,
bank. Later
In the rear of the resort will meet with approval.
Officer Season ClosingWauchula : >DIMi .\MYKKMUir; (radio through this. city will be Increased that this circulation of the books''
was surprised by Night
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Hut TWO (.Ol.I.:1oI) .: considerably", with the bulkof Is unlawful on the facts that the
Thornton near the lumber yard Close April 1st TAV t.I.Ul..U.TI.S11: : -
down slab tourist choosing! the laws nays that the books shall be a,
another exhange of AHLI':
and following With
17. only
Mar at the Short the Kant, via convenient place js
A happy affair took place routo to Count kept open at some
allots he left town. --
under arrest the 25 cars containing 325,050 pints home of Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Wynn Registration books of the county Clerk of the Court: Alderman Luke Hillier, Starke and Pulutkato In the district and that as the
He was placed of Hardee
of berries, shipped out when their son-in-law and daughter Iliinnell, saving\ considerable registration, of voters Is n part of
thedifferent that t ho sell
following morning at this home last week are will only remain open In has been udvlxed ran
,
growers
county Mr. and Mrs. Eldred Duncan certificates of land. Hold to' mileage over Hits now preferred the act of voting Itself It should
Starke by Sheriff Epperson Tuesday any
near attention to mar- through
turning their entertained In honor of the twen- precincts lOUlt'H.. he carried out only at the place fi
and Hoad Patrolman Davis. At keting spring vegetables April 1st, and after that dale the state for taxes from the sale
anniversary of designated. The requirement!' is
)
the regular term of county court tyllllIwedding 1I..drlnlto reglnter for of 1929! although he cannot take I
Strawberry shipping: will he will face the bid! for certificates prior to the
next Tuesday June must DAVIS WARNS t
In the primaries
another two or three weeks, and also of their uncle and aunt voting Is open for ut least I two clays of each
concealed sale of 19!l21! until permission
of carrying of the
charges to I the olllce supervisor
with the season's total possibly exceeding Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Wynn whose come week from 0:00: a. in to 12:00
given by I the state authorities\
weapons and transporting liquor 4,000,000 pints from this twenty-fifth wedding anniversary of registration' In Starke. REGISTRARS noon and from 1 :00 I''. in, to 700: 'It' ;
at spring office Parties! buying/ these certificates
Ills bond for In his
appearance will remain
county. The total, to date, stands was the 15th. They open p, m, during lhe'I'l'rlod! provided'
term of circuit court on the as- dtirlim the month of April, are also allowed to use limber and
at 3,164,738 pints a check made lillles in baskets for registration. ;
Wild Easter:
'
sault with Intent to murder chargewas closing May 1st turpentine privileges from lands& ( 111111"11"lIlIh."t; lastly \\'hen
today revealed. used for decora- .
set Tuesday by Judge Gardiner and bowls were According to Attorney General covered" by the certificates, provided \ C r'onrplling| llcKlNlrntlon; hunks -. ,

at $1,000. He had failed_to Of the shipments last week tion In the rooms of the lower Davis May 17th Id the last day they are holding a !lease from 1..1' 1Irwllons; IiitUJoItI.IJ\ : : T4I IY1'I.IItV ;
Wauchula contributed 10 solid floor, while In the dining room T. H. IIOOGKH
Persons Interested In
secure an acceptable bond late poll taxes can be paid. Those I ho owner. -
Thursday. cars and Bowling Green 15, with bridal wreath and quantities of registering before the books close buying In these certificates may Attorney General ('rll<1 It. Davie ii

Sotto Springs cooperatives furnishing -I sweet peas were attractively ar May 1st have until May 17th to obtain full Information from Mr In a statement to J, W Davis, Tallahassee Mar. 18-Circuit t
17,432 pints of the Bowling ranged. Dainty place cards marked ordered
of Alderman. supervisor registration of Clear. Judge 10. C. Love today
' qualify as a voter by payment
.'UJRIIC :t4IIAVFI CARSFlorida's Green total. Returns to grow- the plate for each guest pink poll taxes far the years 1928 and S water, cautioned all registration Comptroller Ernest Amos to Issue
!
360,321
,ers has reached approximately being the predominating color in 1929. Voters may register with- I'U\\\&U: to:. \\II.LH officers/\ to bo especially careful In u warrant for approximately $1- '

$450,000 for the season.Prices decorating the table, where a delicious out payment of poll tax, but they -- registering: voters for the coming 068\ to T. R, Hodges to, cover a
counties registereda
67 turkey dinner was served. registration Edward I':. Wills was born In primary elections."I salary payment alleged by the
cannot vote unless the t
total of 360,321 motor vehicles Drop at Plant City The guests presented to Mr and Looks show payment has been Potomacvlew, Charles county, believe that It can be safely latter to be due him for services.as .

and collected $954,806.10 from Plant City, Mar. 18.-Strawberry Mrs L A, Wynn a chest of silver,, made prior to May 17th. Maryland, on Nov. 11, 1858, earnIng slated that owing to t the laxity shell fish commissioner, or to

the sale of license tags during the forwardlngs this season by to Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Wynn an : to Florida 44 years ago and which l Is alleged to have occurred show within ten days why the war-

year 1929, the state motor vehicle freight and express from rlant electric table lamp. ORDKRS; IIY ..JL"UaIiI: \ 1'4 was married on August 23, 1888, I In the lust primary elections rant should. not bo Issued

department announced In figures City through last week had ex- Attending this anniversary din- --J.- to Miss Florrle Norman. lie wasa 411 two years ago In failures (If our Hodgus alleges. that he was II*

Just compiled.The ceeded the total movement out of ner in honor of the two couplet The following orders were made brick mason by trade and was a election officers t to strictly follow legally deprived of his office early

registrations and collections here for the entire season of a were: Mr. and Mrs. KIdrecl Duncan by Judge Aclkins In Circuit court resident of Starke for many years, the law as It In written,, that more In January, when Governor Doyle

Included all types of motor vehicles year ago according to the estimate of Gainesville; Mr. and Mrs. this week I where he won many friends by his election.
such as 'those for privateuse as brought forward for the E. N. Alexander andson, Handsel Cases from linker
for hire, trucks, trailers, season this year by the Courier of Jacksonville; Mr. and Mrs. F. Yarborough vs Yarborough divorce death at his home here on Saturday any other lime III the history of when his coinnilxitlon read until t'

busses, motorcycles and so forth. and the chamber of commerce figures A. Scott; Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Quig- ; fin''''. degree granting dl- I March 8th, followed u long the state," ho said. March 6, and that he Is due corn-3''

During the same year, the department for last season. The move- ley, and Miss Elaine Wynn. vorce. Blair 'va Blair divorce: final ' Illness.\ The attorney general, stated poiiHatlon from the state from the '

here issued 755 license ment through last Saturday night M decree granting divorce. Baker I Funeral services were hold the that persons registering! In the fine; of his displacement. until the

tags to persons outside, the state totalled 4,843,733 quarts of berries HT. 31.VItK'S:1t'SILLIItYThe ; county Sunday following, conducted by primaries could change their' party expiration date of his commission.Ha .

the proceeds being divided equally ,for ,this! ,, season as against a meeting Kate B. Mackey et al.! vs Sarah I Father J. V, O'SuIllvan of St. Pat ufllllatlonH by applying' to tin mipervlsora called! upon the comptroller 1

among the license tag;arenclea: total figure of 4,840.736 quarts : regular program Williams, ft al., plea overruled, rick's church Gainesville. Interment : of registration, providIng sometime ago but payment was refuned. ,
In the 67 counties.. for March of the St. Mark's Auxiliary ]
II sustained to bill of I followed III Crosby Lake their .
for the season last year as com- demurrer complaint application was presented -
Dade, Duval and Hlllsborough, piled by H. H. Huff, secretary- was held Monday afternoon and complainant allowed to cemetery: arrangements In chargeof ( sixty days before the primaries .,,
in the order named, led all respective manager of the East Hlllsborough I' at the home of Mrs. O. L. Beas- file amended bill of complaint I the DoWItt C. Jones Company. JAMKS: ROLAMl IIRYAN

counties in the number of Chamber of Commerce. The 'Ie)'. within flvo days and defendants Pallbearers were O W. Alderman, IIIKTIIH -
Issued and In collections. The subject for discussion at. James Roland Bryan, 53, diedat y
tags chamber figures for last season ordered to plead on the rule day F. G. Hemingway. 0, H. Bennett,

constitute the actual movement by I this time was "Educational"Chap- In April. !linker county. ll W. Hayes, A. W. Keesee. Mr. and Mrs. (I. W. Johnson, his home near Starke Friday

ELLERY MANNING freight and express out of Plant pulncles In the Holy Land. Corinne Williams, by Clark Williams Near relatives surviving him Starke, girl March 7, afternoon at three o'clock, following ;t

At the close of the discussion her husband vs C. B. Den besides his wife, are two sisters, Mr. and Mrs. Dopsle Orlffls; a long Illness. Funeral

Ellery Manning, 29, of Phila- City.Prices dropped on the local yard Mrs Beasley served refreshments nett, habeas corpus. Order giving Mrs. Harriet Wills and Mian Nettle Lawtey, girl March 19. services were held at the Baptist
of the
delphia, Penn., died Friday night Saturday, the rain of the latter to the members and guests minor child to Its mother, Corinne Wills of Washington<< I D. C. Mr and Mrs. ItusHell Horimby, church Saturday afternoon In t

fallowing a short Illness from meningitis part of the week having an III ef- Auxiliary. Williams. Bradford county. Among those out of town attending Penney!' Farms. girl March 3. charge of Rev. G. P. Raymond
(
and the body was broughtto fect upon the berries, according OK THANKSWe Bradford County Bank vs Atlantic the funeral were: Mr. and Mrs. Mr and Mrs. Goo. Anderson followed by Interment at Crosby

Starke Monday, accompanied by to buyers. From an average of CARD, National Bank, order pointIng W. W. Carter of Lakeland, Mr. Wateroak girl March 13. Lake cemetery, the Woodmen of

htsvwife and daughter' for burial. 25 1-2 cents on Friday the price wish to-thank our many examiner to take testimony. and Mrs. C. P. Tlson and Miss. Inca Mr and Mrs. I. 8. Smith, the World service being used. .

Funeral services were held Wed- dropped on Saturday to an aver- and Bradford county.Bradford Moist of Jacksonville. Starke, boy, March 14. Pallbearers were Itoy Edwards J.

nesday afternoon at the home of of 20 1.2 cents a quart. Yes- friends for the kindness sympathy County Bank va Kile, + Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Bloods- L. Sllcox, n. M. Inman, G. W,
oar recent -
his father, D. W. Manning, and age terday It was indicated that the bereavement.Mr. shown to us. during< et al. Order appointing receiver ("HIM WKM-'ARH: : CO.V- worth. Starke, boy March 14 Ilurney, Fred (Rhoden, Henry Sll- ,

Interment followed in Mt. Sinai about the same as for Hampton Heath property PKKH.NCK: : : .
price would be R. C. Cone, and cox.The
Mrs.
cemetery ,near Graham Pallbearers Saturday. It was stated that there and Bradford county. NEW; M.VK; 01' JKWK: : ItV deceased was born In Mac-

were VV A. Bessent, Jr., good many soft berries In family. The Stat4. of Florida vs Q. B. .Under supervision/ of the Bureau clenny, a son of Mr. and Mrs. S. < \ f

H. W. Hayes, J. A. Saul Jim Starling were yesterday.The a C.1RU.... THANKS .. McCain et al. appeal. from county of Child Hygiene and public r The Rex Jewelry Store, In Its A, Bryan, and had lived In Starke f ;

C. J. Powell. J. M. Mitchell. movement of the last two Judge's court, order reversing and health nursing, the Florida state I new locution next to Ciinoru Pharmacy I for thlry years. Of near > U-i I

for another trial. board of health co-operating with has added to its. stock a ,. tlves he leaves a wife, his father,,'!,
last week .totalled 176,299 jipprecla- remanding case
of
WILL LOCATK: HERK days I with to express local: Interested persona will hold I well selected line of Jewelry and S. A. Bryan of Jacksonville, two.t..

--- quarts for which growers received tlon and thanks to my many Bradford county.. a free examination nt white school novelties, and they are In position brothers. G. S. and W B.; Bryan(
"
$41.233.69.8POVSORIAO beautiful flowers I
C. R. Thaxton sales representative approximately friends. for the during the Richard St. Barre Baker, member children at the Woman's Club to supply practically whatever in of Tampa, two sisters Mrs. Mat.A"' '

of the Shell Petroleum for and kindness shown me beloved of the British government's!' Thursday afternoon March 27th. needed In their line. The store tie Powers of Bartow, and )Mrs. '

this section of the state will make PLAY sickness and death of my forestry division\ who has spent from 2 to 5 o'clock. The phy- had the interior done over and Arthur Williams of Starke. : r

his headquarters in Starke, mov- : husband. E. WillsLeesburg years In the Leberla service, addressed sician will be assisted by nurses with the display cases presents an .
Florrle
ing his family here from Jack The PrellbyterlanVomen's Mrs. the Florida Open Forum from the bureau of child hygiene. Inviting\ appearance. Ul'U:04RltI'I: : U ,\

sonville. Mr. Thaxton was in Auxiliary is sponsoring the play office will have last Sunday on the relation of forest Remember the hours and give your .I
Master's" to be given by the: -Post Florida cities built Among the recent arrivals ,of .. 's
Starke during the past week completing "Two conservation to the welfare children the benefit of the exam- Thirty-one '

arrangements. The .net. women of Penney. Farms next' new quarters Construction work of people. Civilization he declared ination. Conservation of the at a $1,652,837 clip during January buyers on the I local strawberry \\\j

work of Improved highways leading Tuesday evening March 35th at Clermont sbuffleboards andhorseshoe dependent upon forests andean health of children i Is. of extreme according to permit compilation platform are Messrs. Couch. Hud- '

from Starke gives access to the Woman's Club. A sliver of- started on grounds two to east of Tom be destroyed by the destruction Importance to commuunlty, state I : made public at Florida State son Gallagher Morris McClure

every part of his territory, Mr. fering will be taken. of forest growth. and nation. Chamber of Commerce. and Moutford.
course.
Thaxton stated. The public Is cordially Invited. Thumb coif

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There are 13 counties ,In the 2,884 KBcambia 3,189, JeftVr
I It's Just Grand CAMPAIGN AGAINST
3,263. Alachua 3.404 Gaclad-a
state with more than 15. illiteracy. i ,

B. H. JOURNAL g Fla. Woman The f ve listed above and the following 445, Hillsborough 3.969, Ja"kion

:I Says ILLITERACY URGED eight: 4972. Duval 5,111..

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C: Hernando 17.6, Liberty 16.8, IIOAIII) ANNOUN'CKS
NKWSPAPKK. STAFF I "It's Just grand to be my old -

J.dltor-lnChlf: >t __________u__._ ., ---- - ---- PAUT, KNIOIIT :I self again-strong and well: and "'JIUrf'8 GlvC'R Out for Counties of literate fellow citizens. This need Wakulla 19.6, Caluhoun 18.7. Taylor ri'KKURKD HULL 8t.E| :
... _ _._ PEARLE MANNIN'J, mv A IIfA I'OTTJ') 19.8, Suwannee 17.5, Gadsdeu
nt IIdltora
nke.I.IR]irlltor; __.. _'__n______________. ___.. .--- LJ AH STHUTH I owe It all to this wonderful new "Florida Compilw! From not be very difficult It requires,
." J'dltor; _-"_n________n_________ LI TJ'H PRJCN HOHINHON I Sargon.MICH.. 1W8O Consul though, action in every part of the 19.6, Flagler 16.3. The National Stock Yards, Jn, i k-
SKrofr <'port..r __n____________________ LENA BI'J.J.N: H'II'' ; A JU) I time Illiteracy In Florida Is largely sonvllle, Florida,
United States. Every we eo-openuiiie
Junior Heporter ___ ANN II" MAM PKAKCHBoDhomor IC II
uipormr _. DN;: I HTKHVHHru: : } I II County Superintendent ol teach an adult to read or write, a rural problem. There are over with the Hereford and Aberdeen
___ _ MA>*Y HKOWNL.K13Sn.cl in the rural
Reporter Illiterates
IPrAMhfnitn -- I 40,000 more Angus Breeders' Association.,
IIporter. ffiSTISLLB KEN'U.tlCK HA1.UIK JONU.1; Schools A. J. OriflU has received we have assisted In the training bill
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Faculty SupervlHor MISS: FLOHKNCK: MATTHKWS from Ray Lyman Wilbur of Washington of the children of the future, for sections than in cities. arranged to hold a sale of pm\".

.::: D. C., secretary of the Interior the children who are not sent to Rural illiteracy 66,129. bred beef-type bulls at the Naual ,,/!.

weeks now I wright, Ruth Williams. and chairman of the National school largely come from homes Urban illiteracy, 15,632. Stock Yards on April 10. i :?
Only Five '
Twelfth grade: Guy Andrews, Advisory Committee on where one or both of the parents There are 42, 634 Illiterates in at 9:00a.m.: .

It's about time for the seniors Lo's Colley, Louise Hayes, Jean- Illiteracy, asking his support to an I can neither read nor write. Simple the state under 44 ;years of age. The tick free area of Florida. ,",f.fers .

to'begin studying for exams. ette Johns, Gertie Johnson, Poarle intensive campaign that Is to be procedures of training have Total number illiterates In state great possibilities In beef au

Johnson, Pearle Manning, Kva waged by the nation, state and been developed, and with? the help 71,811. lie development and the Na'.illtl' :. ,
Marcotte, Edna Stansbury, Lester county, "to the end that Illiteracy of the school teacher, the school More than half of the illiterates Beef Cattle Association are hlll\< '-.
The lowly Rodents won't he lowly Spouholtz, Hazel Underbill. may be driven from the land." departments, and various move- in the state are under 44 years ol :Ing their faith In the future or '''be||

much longer; Florida stands 38th in the list of nieTTU fOil adult education, and the age. There are 65,453 under 65 cattle Industry in Florida by ?,

HOT TII'M/ states In Illiteracy according: to Interest of the public at large, a years of age. operating with the National :-'I'k;',,
The seniors are really busy-
excited the 1920 census, and Bradford marked improvement can be Total number illiterates 10 yards and the State Live HI'".""k
for once-they are graduation all Hob: You look like a sensible county had 1,075 illiterates when brought about before the next census. years old and over, 71,811; native Sanitary Board in making ti HH.sible ,, .
play,
Miinual over the and parties everything; that Is to girl; let's get married.Ogny. that census was taken. However, If not now, certainly after white illiterates, 13,169 ; forelgdborn to hold a sale of pur..hrei<]
this figure Is that Is taken should white Illiterates, 2,657; Illiterate bulls in Florida at
happen during the next few woeka. Nothing doing; I'm as not now correct, owing census we breed. ,"
sensible as I look. to the fact that'at that time have full Information\ as to the I negroes, 66,639 ; illiterate prices.

Fire drill are very popular in Union county was a part of Brad number of Illiterates, their location males of voting age, 29,677; Illiterate Di'. J. P. Mack. in Chan. ..r f
ford with of and be able females of voting/ age, 28- tick! eradication
llallle What's a total population to remove this Bradford <'" urn'
D. II. S.Notice. : the cure for love
-- I at first sight? I around 16,000. blemish from American life." 820; percentage; of illiteracy. in will lead a motorcade lei-\ m,

the large honor rolls Duck : Second sight. Mr. Wilbur's lettei to the county The commute holds tliut illiteracy state, 9.6. Starke, Court House at 7\0:0: :\ :i i",..
this month? Lots of dime In superintendent reads! : Is one of the chief causes of Illlternrv l>v ('()unlle'" on April.10, 1930, and all M'," t
"As Chairman/ of the National loverly, and poverty in turn perpetuates Okeechobee 83, Broward 213, men who are Interested In 'Hi ,
I have
readiness for the lucky ones. "May this dance? imv.\m: > .J. FOSTKH:
Committee The Brevnrd 236, Osceola 256, Flag sale should communicate
I "Sorry but I'm engaged" "It seemed like I couldn't eat on Illiteracy appointed Illiteracy eradlca'on with "M
The Whirlwinds must have a "That's nothing: 'm married" anything without being deathly with the approval of President t; of poverty will go hand Inland ler 319, St. Lucle 319, Lafayette Mack or Join tha motorcade 1 I.< 1 ",
their midst. Every Hoover, I am writing to ask you with the eradication of Illiteracy. 346, Lee 402 Franklin 477, Clay him.
Jonah In game nauseated. I was subject to weak,
to give most earnest efforts In number 478, Citrus 565. Palm Beach 562, .
your the Illiterates
Mr.
be during the Dowllng "What Is
scheduled to played / : the electrical dizzy: npellit, and there was 'a disagreeable '
last few weeks had to be eallec unit of power?" taste in my mouth all and influence toward a nation of the present time exceed the Sumter 674, Baker 682, Pasco After seeing the, moving :
wide campaign to 6v2\ Hernado C16 Liberty 628, tures of the Buttle of the Bolon. ,
, off on account of rain. Thelma: "The what, sir?" the time. My nerves were upset, reduce Illiteracy population of the Colonies when \
\ Mr. Dowllng "That's to a minimum. Our purpose is >yashlngton! ; led in their liberation Levy, 639, Plnellas; 709, Seminole at Miami one wonders if all h,'
, I : it, the and sound sleep wa out of the '
,KK.MOIt CLASH NKU'S: watt. Now what Is platinum used question. Sargon restored two-fold: first, to reduce Illiteracy from( foreign rule. These slaves 713, Wakulla 725, Orange 743, saps are dead or If they wen' III-,
for?" ..*< ; my appetite as much as possible before the of Ignorance outnumber tire" slaves Lake 769, Columbia 777 Monroe' Miami and paid good money t I... .'

I i ,1'f.f. The senior girls;; held a meeting Thelma: "Why-r-" Indigestion.and ended My every nerves trace are of 1930 census Is taken, and second, hat Lincoln' emancipated. America 817, St. Johns 824, Walton 842, such a wonderful bunch i i"feints

last Wednesday afternoon to dec'.ilo Mr. Dowllng: "That's right, strengthened, I sleep splendidly, to use the taking of this census as has had two great emancipations Manatee 902, Okaloosa 963, Bay and faints" as the so , :.
: ; : what they would wear for wire. Very good Thelma. and have Just world's of new a point around which to arouse ; one the emancipation of the 977, Nassau 1.012, Putnam 1,073 ed heavy weights pulled off ell'' 'II

II I'I' :, ltrndu Uon. They decided to wear strength. I go about my household public enthusiasm BUfllcleut to carry Colonies from the tyranny of for Bradford 1,075, Washington 1- hero a few weeks ago. Anil \,.!
dresses on the work until illiteracy Is rule the the 147 Holmes 1,152, Calhoun 1- .hey arrest men and put them ,
,' I. long and restricted the material CM-IWISTO.V: (TTY OF AVOV- duties nftw with new energy eign second emancipation '"
:r Ii to organdie or voile.if DKItS, 1I.\H! XO !HLl'Mt; I.muon and enthusiasm. Sargon Pills put:I finally eradicated from our count of fie, slaves from the tyranny 160 Volusla 1.241, Dade 1,283, .I jail for pulling the wire tapi> _
- 'y. of private ownership. .We Santa Rosa 1,345, DeSoto 1,379, scheme.
my liver lu active condition and
* The seniors sent the orders off Clowlston is "Your governor and state superintendent have come now to the third emancipation Hamilton 1,465, Taylor 1,674
a city of wonders, entirely overcame my chronic con-
5, for their Invitations lust week. Wo Klslng like magic from the wilderness stlpntloa,"--Mrs. Edward J. Foster of education have appointed ; the releaso from the Marlon 1,685, Polk 1,910, Suwan- Mount Dora -.: Baby golf I
hope this news Is like music toI of 10 2445 a committee on illiteracy thraldom-of Ignorance of 6,000- neo 2.513, Madison_. 2,836, Leon changed hands.What's .
years ago, it now is able Central avenue, North, ,
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I and that wont for your stale. This committee, I 000, of ? -- - - ---- --- -- -- --- '- ---
your ears- you get to claim not only the largest sugar St. Petersburg. Canova Pharmacy our fellow citizens. Tin I
i over fifty of them. mill In"tJTe" United States'but an agents.-Adv'. n' hope, -will act with -a 1111 be a part co-operat'on: of the Feleral government

ntolllgent population of of our National AdiMfory commit : tho state commonwealths,
prosperous
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It wont be long now unt'l', we people. War was almost precipitated tee. I am sure1 that'from the position ( private philanthropy, and publlcsplrlled -

[i rat, -or that's what the juniors Florida cities are fond of such' between Louisiana and Germany you hold you will do'everyth.lng citizens acting in accord
Claim.. Moot of the senior gliU In your power to help your with
ilcknamea as "the Magic' City," tho other day when Governor ance a wisely chosen and
:;')bunch up and discuss banquet the "Friendly City,", the "Sun- Long, clad in green pajamas met state committee out any plan or thoroughly practical plan can accomplish
'( Ii trocks these clays while the bovs :!hlne: City," etc. If It were not tha ,commander of a German program that may be formulated. this end. The purpose U
rare thinking of eats. U's'a grand hat Clewlston and the adjacent cruller who was probably Insulted. "One of the purposes of the to aggressively/ push th's! campaign

I .lZ Id world--Isn't It? I country have /already been named This green pajama stunt might committee Is to collect centralize, until tho desired purpose Is accomplished.

ho "Sugar Howl of America," the have been all right to meet the and combine the best methods No element in the
' AT LAST used by the various states In their
campaignIs more Important than
writer would offer this sobriquet Admiral of tho Irluh navy but
rM : Lois has a permanent wave! The Prosperous City. then pajamas are not strictly au illiteracy campaigns.;: The subcommittee ' the county, and headquarters in
-I' The skirts are longer! : on technique, after Washington must lenn
I More than one man whose word fait for public receptions, even In heavily onthoie'unlu
f:. A certain senior! played hooky! (ould not be doubted told the writer the navy. very careful and earnest consideration or It will fall.HtnflMtliH .
I'earle Manning got a hulr cut! has compiled manual
when he vlnlted: Clewlston today a on or Oil III Ik-racy in Florida
There are eleven seniors on the hat hard times are unknown In "Struggles Sixteen Years to Become ganlzatlon, procedure, and teacbIng" Florida stands 38th from the

, honor roll) JlowlBton, that If Florida Is sutferng a Lawyer" suys headlines In I am enclosing thlot'and hope top In percentage of Illiteracy.
I:, "Scootlo bought a tablet! from any sort of slump CIews-! newspaper. Not such a bad struggle you will give it your careful attention. Florida, .' stands 36th from the

q', Thelma! is past the blushing ton knows nothing about It. Kvrybody if he can eventually become a top In percentage of native white

ctagetSf' has work atgood real lawyer. There are many attorneys "Pleaso call upon us at anytime illiterates. There are 13,169 native
', Paul has learned to wink I wages. for such assistance advice
und everybody is happy. who have been struggling or while Illiterates in the state.Th's .
f Eva has gotten dignified: (It Of course the Dahlberg forty years to become a lawyer a-3 we. may be able to give. We, Is more than the total number

'.((""wont last long I ? Industries are the center sugarcane of and have not qualified as' yet lu turn, expert to call upon you native white Illiterates in the

!>' We have" nome senior class attraction, and the Some of them are good book keepers for needed Information and would following states combined :
source of the
I
f J., news! phenomenal which and others are good stenographers ba very glad to receive any suggestions Connecticut 2,927, Delaware

t; This column is finishedtI I vails. Clewlston:prosperity without Dahlberg pre and some go to the legislature you have to oBer." 2,427 Rhode Island 2,225, Wyoming Your Insurance Worth?
'
{ jf, would I> Rome i In further outlining the illiteracy 421, Nevada 157 Idaho
e without the vatlcan.
I HO.NOK ItOLL SIXTH MONTH situation, Secretary Wilbur
Montana 1.067
,
J r Salt Lake City without the Washington 2-
,; "Two Million Dollars Left for says: 397, total 12,617. Sound insurance
Mormon worth
f: First K & A.f: Thelma temple, Monte Carlo without : a fortune.
grade.., Its upkeep of Bok Tower" says headlines "We are so proud of/the great Illiteracy ranges from 2.9 per
W A Mae Ricks, Iluth Wymun, Eloise without Casino Its tobacco, Winnton-Salem! In Lake Wales Highlander. American public school system cent In Plnellas county to 31.4 In You can't buy it like a newspaper! It

J\i,\, ,.' Hayes, Kathrlne Stafford, Harold Washington Interests, Don't think you will need It, Jack. that we sometimes forget that several Jefferson county. In Jefferson must be planned to fit
tBishop.!\\ Miss Olive Ray, teacher.I Now without the capital. According to reports from some millions of our grown men county only 55.6 (little over half) your own most
I First grade A & B: Grace that the tourist season IRon of the visitors the various emoluments and women In the United States of the children aged 14 and45!! attend exacting needs. It is issued by strong

,Green, Lula Snell, Mildred Wllj thpusand of visitors from every and concessions should pay can neither read nor write. It Is school.In stock companies who select
part of the United States only well
,j rams! Irene Goodge, Alice Peterson make
the all the expenses and return some a high percentage for a civilized: Plnellas county 88.7 perecentof
F\\ |- Margaret; Peurce, Cory Simmons fact pilgrimage there this mecca-In to the trea ury. In other words country, and means that ODe out the children aged 14 and' 15 established representatives to care for

',-"> ft' Winton' Su inner, Melvin are several hundred every the "bells are wringing." of every fourteen people of voting are-In school.. YOUR needs in the RIGHT
day. As the
I visitor approaches '
11(" ',,Wiggins. Mrs. H. C. Hitch teacher. ago cannot read such a warning There are 68,479 Illiterates of way.
Y! '\\ Second grade; Emmett Perry- tie is likely to see an Imposing array The House elections Com sign as 'Danger, Live Wire.' voting age In the state. Florida has Broad dependable protection

1 ,'.i man Burch Hart, Allle Mae Slade, of automobiles In front of the mittee has finally decided "The aim of the National Advisory five counties with more than 20 courtesy,
.\\tl *, Lucy Ann Dew, Jewett Fogg, building, and as he enters he Is directed that Ruth Dryan Owen l la the Committee onrllllteracy is percent Illtteraey. promptness, satisfaction -you get them

'W-: \, Ralph Rhodes, Vera Manning, where to the Information, desk representative of the Fourth Congressional to discover and put Into effect Hamilton 20.2, Leon 21.2, Mad all in our established, efficient service.

'In,, i: Jean Davis, Margaret Lowry, Dor- a beautiful young woman District. Of course all measures that will give at least a ison 23.9, Jackson 22.2, Jefferson
f.tfthy Crews, Juanlta Barefoot, gives him a pass on which Is printed of us knew this before but .with minimum training to all of our il 31.4. .

">:vj.ou--iny Rltch. Jack Halle. Miss the following Information: tho official seal put on our Ruth ---- -- ___ .. __ ___________ _0 _, ___ HAROLD C. WALLInsurance
,/' jrthel Griffin teacher. "This factory Is the largest cane her work will pobably be made ,

v Third jBrade: Clarice Gill, Ella sugar factory Ir Continental United easier from this time forward.
:,1 f; Mae Manning. McKay: Johnson States. It has a daily grinding -

,v Clara FlumP- Pauline New ome, capacity of 4,000 tons of cane, Winter Garden Griffin Chevrolet .

.} ;H. N. Oliver, N. T. Rltch, Mary which will produce approximately Company moved to new quarters Starke
", Harriet Bishop Mary Jane Judd, 400 tons of sugar 400 tons of fib at corner of Plant and Main Florida

1 Lonsie Sullivan Miss Madge Mld- er and 25,000 gallons of molasses, streets.

{, d'' .() And Miss Jessie Williams, per day.. The factory complete, Fort Myers Old Auto Supply Wortd't Create*! Low-Prlc* I trtt
with adjacent buildings, tanks, and Store on Jackson street re-opened .--- -- -
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railroad yard cost over |3,000- as Forehand's Tire ----- --
J;, Fourth grade: Edna Pearce, Company and

I porltj!!! Sllcox:\ Doris. Strickland, 000. Service Station j jIInll..oOl -.r.rI.rI
""While Mae ThonuO"; Murla Gplgf / "Seventy-five men per watch jI
2Iubl9 l lt' are required! to operate the factory jI
GracU
Carol White, tank.Next I
and I
Bill/ ).US.Mrs. / approximately 3.000 men are the clear Juice Is conveyed
*ei', L. O. Jones, Jr.,
( W. H, Hart teachoi1. :mployed) In Held work, No work .to evaporator where It ia reduced I I

Fifth grade: Virginia Alvarez, animal, are used in the fields, asall to syrll p. It la next carried I I

\"1 Ola Mae Andrews, Katie Fugate, operations are motorlded."Visitors to vacuum pans where it Is boiled II I

''J" Erma Sloan, Marie Tlaon. Bertie are very welcome. to In- to sugar. Then it la sent onto 4.40-UI:. ; Mae Ward, Edward Bagwell, pect the Southern Sugar Company : a crystallzer. then to a "centrlI' ".III>-2l: > (:m.. 1.11411. ,(:i Here tool r MortPeople)
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'J{. Elisabeth Craig. Miss! Eunice Perkins mill*. However, in order to avoid I' fugal," and finally to..a scale ,and "..IU-I: <:u II..II4I) CI.II Ititle on Good>ear Fire I
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teacher. accidents, you are requested to remain bagging; macblne.I 4.T.1-III 43M: I.T3): ) T.tt.t' : t

'I }!! Sixth, grade: Robert McCain, A. on the painted pathways, I Three hundred and fifty gallons 4.T.1-UO |::11'I. I.T.I) __ IUD shouldn't you find out _Iiy? t
"1.7.1-21: (ilO. LT3: 11,301
'hank of handled irfltl
you. Juice are by the
W, Anderson, Lola Judd, Vonda I Goodycara consistently stand "ptl.
Joining a large party of tour- every minute, and 25 gallons of sy 1'1.1110 (:::11'11I.110) S..MII
{ Inman, Dorothy White, Elaine .(" -211 (::111..11.1111) M.IMl better on our roads-grip bet
i\j\! Wynn, Lillian Sternberg. Miss I..tll. representative of the Stuart I rup. Sixty thousand pounds of sugar S.IH>-2I .tlx.1.IMI> __ M.IMI ter, ride farther, look better I
I Dally News went through the mill ia made at each "strike," which
\ Minnie Gruber, teacher. 5-2.1-1 <:111'11I.211): _ 9.73a.as: give less trouble, cost no
Seventh grade: Leacy Fogg, A guide from Spanish! Honduras mean each time it Is boiled down. 5.:1:1-241 11111,11.:111): : more to bu,. What's more WI I

:tf Myrna Frlnk, Joe Grlffls Jr.. Louise served as lecturer He spoke good Four hundred tons of sugar are VJC5-UI: (lIhll.2l1) 10.2:1: can PROVE the exact reasons; .
'' Kite, Helen Meresereau, Mar English and the visitors had no made every day.It Goodyear buljds} more than '/Jof I ; I

tha Powell, Dorothy Sapp Alice difficulty in grasping/ the process la said there are :22,000 acres all tires sold in America t I

'Sllcox, Louise Snyder, Alma by which cane la converted Into of sugar caue growing within the III.. Pr......... Goodyear OUGHT to offer
Thornton. ugar.". territory known, as the Sugar greater valueat! Mr- Merchant I

.. jolghUKrade: Lois Adklna, The raw material from the cane Bowl, and a much larger acreage ,81"11 1-3 rl ml Ham ".o.. OUR FREE SERVICE SAVES :
1J:; Ethlyn Barron Martha Brownlee, fields la fed into a carrier outside Is being planted for next year. Two 110..3 1-3 rl. ml o 5.IS YOU MONEY
; Bunnle Canova, Mae Grlflls Kathryn I he building and Is carried about crops of cane are harvested oft a 110..11 1-3 ." ml ___ ".111 Meet the Stanton Newspaper Advertisers' Service

1' Haynes, Kitty Hogsed! 8. R. 75 feet to a crusher After the given piece of land, a second crop Ithl 84 ml ___ .'8.M First, we clean and straighten We were thinking of YOU when we acquired "
then
rims
'1 :Johns Lola Long, Charles McMllllan stalks are crushed they are carried sprouting from the cuttings of. the /na l 89 ml _______.10.35: your carefully the Starke
S. L. Peek. Jr., Elena Prath- through six iiillls each containing first. !aa.: .l 1-3 84 ml ____19.00: mount and Inflate new tire*. rights to this matrix service, which
S3ittiut 1-3 89 ml ____14,no We shift other tires to best advantage. brings to
GRATIS
three rollers The entire you
\ er, Marguerite Prevail, Marjorie ; each roller weighs country around Clew every month accurate, il
____ Next we're always
IT tons, with hydraulic l laton Is alive with Industry. Not 1-3: 89 ml 14.0.1 lustrations
Swanbom. pressure
Stump, Dorothy ; striking layouts and
80x8a ___ her to watch and pugnet
94 ml kd 30.43 your tires., copy
Ninth Brownlee of 600 tons to the square Inch. only are there apparently unendIng
grade: Mary ,,
: d 84 ml kd ___ 33.13 help you to get all the extra created to augment YOUR Sales. Let the Stanton
i'' Lucille Edwards Ina Forsyth,, When the crushed cane begins miles of cane, there are crops 33Slt... 89 ml hd _.33.43 ervlco Goodyear build into
;:.' Hope Haynes, Sunshine Hundley,, passing through these mills It Is of every kind of produce known to ,. 99 ml hd -- __ae.aI them. Real Service sell more goods. for you through the Tele,
: Lorle Kelly Louise Marcotte, Onle' very wet, but when It reaches the be adapted to the soil of the Ever money-saving. service graph. ,
:.r: Mae Smith, Thelma Wlthrow. end of its course and I la converted glades. The U. S. government has no extra charge.RITCH'S- .

"f Tenth grade: Louise Edwards, Into bagasse It la perfectly dry. It shown co-operative Interest by -

,. Bob Frlnk, Miriam Jacobs, No- la used for oil instead of coal and placing two experiment satlons In D.
, ', Telia King, Land Joan, Etholln crude oil. the region. One thing which seem .TTF..nYCJL\RGL- G Bradford County

1: White. The cane juice is carried to a ed new to the writer as a product Announcing our new service

Eleventh grade: Hazel Adklna, weighing apparatus where Its exact of this country was the very Urge to motorist*. Batteries
it Milton Brownlee. Alice Fernandei, weight la'! ascertained and Ir acreage of olnlona crowing especially
tested TelegiraphsBdS
and
:"T; Billy Oraham, Louis Hill Muriel then given a preliminary heating between Belleglade and promptly. serviced Service Station
::''f// Sllcox, Racbael Sllcox. Bill Wain- It ia then carried to a settling South Bay.-Stuart Dally N' ws. I II
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.11, )mncn 31. i ioab: _. IJR..l1PCri.+ ., COUNTY TKUCQIlArH. STAKKB.. FLORIDA . _ PAGE TlIKJCrt
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Miami Beach Miami Beach manufacturers attacking the 1929 The river Is the dividing line be- todAy In reporting the arrest of: lifetime. t
a bandits are big-hearted. They Just legislature's state-wli fertilizerlaw tween Sumter and Citrus counties two men Charley Collins 35 and .
News of Florida in Short I Pecan buds that have started t*
Paragraphs can't resist tears of pretty victims, a permanent Injunction and a good portion of the trade of "Red" Anderson 25, of Punta
It seems.' Benjamin Cohen of De- against enforcement of the act the camp will\ come to Inverness. Gorda, were caught slaughteringa swell and grow should not be cut
R troit, Mlqh., was riding along the Judge Johnson held that regulations The camp Is being built to house steer after the crack of a rifle I for storage, according to O. II.Ulackmon ,
ocean front last night with a wom- promulgated by the state department employe"' who cut the large supPly had led two deputies to their. pecan culturlst with a ,t "
an compan: when a lone bandit of agriculture: In en- of cypress in that section and houd i [ LIVE STATE NEWSTOLD I In another automobile drove be- forcement of the law were not timber operations will be under both were arrested Although -. F' .
: side him and ordered him to stop, authorized by the statute. Tile way for several years. Houses of heavily armed, the men surrender! Mount Dora. Uolden Triangle
police were told today. The bandit manufacturers contented that to various sizes, for laborers' fore- without offering resistance Evidence Cleaners installed new equipment.Backache Oft
then proceeded to take a ring; valued label their products with a description men' and executives are being of mailing was received, by ,
BY OUR EXCHANGES by Cohen at $500 and $33 in of the contents as asked built, and a commissary has been' the sheriff several I days ago and
cash from him and a watch and a 1>y the department of agriculture, I'onstructed.Iany\ carpenters from the hunt started., The deputies'
-"- .--. -.- diamond ring from his companion.The would reveal a "trade secret." Assistant -' Inverness have been engaged; on assigned to the task established a If functional Bladder, Irritatloa' t
-w- woman protested and with Attorney General' It. E the job. A considerable portionof ramp In dense vegetation along disturbs your' sleep, or causes
]Miami Beach Jewelry I tears In her eyes pleaded with the Carter said following the hearing t the company's equipment Is be- the river lowlands, and worked Burning or Iltchlng Sensation,
I ai $25,000 was stolen from holdup man to leave the ring. The that the de ,l ts'on of Judge Johnson ing moved from HomasasHit to the 'n the stream. Large piles of cat- Backache, Le""".Pains, or muscular r"
Miami Beach apartment of bandit hesitated. Cohen reportedto would be appealed to the state new location. Inverness' being the tle skulls were found, with (vim aches making you feel tired depressed -
, and Mrs Claude II. Stems of police, then with a bow handed supreme court. closest city to the scene of action i"lint the skins were" hidden \ and discouraged why not
Paul Minn., police here over the watch and ring. He or- -- will\ gather much of the business and the beef marketed through an try the Cystcx 48 Hour Test
today The loss was dered them to remain parked 15 Ocala-The Cummer Cypress from the big camp says the Inverness 'uciompllct .n fume lordn.. Penalty Don't Rive up. flat Cystex today.
late last night when Mr.'and minutes and drove away. Police Company, with executive dices in Chronicle. for cattle rustling In Florida Put It to the test. See for your-
Seems returned JO their declined to make the woman's Jacksonville and which has oper- is two years Imprisonment, and a self how quickly it works and
: !police( said.TampaFive. name available. ated In Citrus county for a number Paranoia Cattle rustlers using man convicted in Ariiidlu recently what It does. \Money back It It "
of years Is putting the finishing methods employed In the old walt reported to have thanked the doutm't bring,, quick Improvement
men and a Tal1r..hI\8see-Judge J. n. Johnson touches on Us huge camp located days of t the far west are active Judge for such kind, treatment after and satisfy you completely. Try
Hsted at Orlando were of the circuit court for Leon on the river In Sumter county :along the Myakka\ river, In south stating that he had made off Cy tex today. Only aDc at Carpeting -
I',, the county Jail! here today I. county, has granted fertilizer Just across the Rutland bridge. I Florida SheriffV.. A. Knelt said with 10,000 head of rattle in his \ Drill Store. y

"?,iher, man is held' In Jail at .
,i I..?, and still another Is held >> -- -
< nbbtown Ga., In what officers -T----I-
11 bed as an Interstate
Th),,.fI ring. They said 17 cars [
I,.udv had been recovered as a

IItll, 1\Iluml-A of the arrests.Jury In United I II I I II III

district court today found \ I
inlm P. Grethen, of Hialeah ( < COMPARE VALUES
.\ I K Ewing; former chief of
II''a of Hlaleah, not guilty 1 . e
barges of conspiracy to >
the prohibition law. TlTe\ Jury
turned its verdict after J /

tng Halsted luted 35 verdict minutes L. nitter of and not ordered after guilty a BEFORE YOU BUY AN t

Williams Ennis, chief of police.Palm t
-
Beach -> Intimating
bl
possibility that he may again %
to ccupy the chair of governor $$1;
t
Florida, former Governor John
Martin, of Jacksonville, who
today here declared he has AUTOMOBILE
eived literal thousands of
ought! pledges of support '
he enter' the contest. Local t
of the former governor 9 4'JI.
sought him out'today asked a t
ification of reports which
been current for several
that he would seek to again
come governor of Florida. .


manager Marianna of -the Charles Marianna O. Lore charges for distribution of the nctv Ford

Company sold seventy-eight
of the beef cattle of the A

sale to Swift took&place Co., at at good the stock pi'oes.)< : save you at least $5O to $ T5 in addition to

of the local company, 'The
anna Fruit Company will .

thane sales as the situation ', the savings in making the car
rants. The company now halt : many

proximately 1,600 head on .. ,, .
and in good shape and in the
cal) stock yards are nearly
head of beef cattle which .
been fattened and are ready
market kI

\Vest Palm Bench-Reports
ulatlng in Arizona that a

strike! had been made by k''f'0$1 f B 1IIESE are days-when every dollar counts. The cars ho sells. His discount or commission Is the low
prospectors In the Covered '
territory of Arizona have P period of reckless spending is over. People are est of any automobile dealer. The difference in your "
Wadsworth Travers
J Beach winter resident and going back to the good old-fashioned principles of favor, ranging from 25% to nearly 50%, comes right

of plans a history for leaving of Palm for Arizona Beach to thrift and economy. Value is again being carefullyconsidered. ] off the price you pay for the car.

the future to try his
Lame: in .
More than 10 years ago (2)) The Ford charges for financing are low.

and a Tuscon. Ariz., Nowhere is this more important than in the selection
friend staked a claim in an ((3)) No expensive extra equipment is needed when you
section of Arizona but deferred of an automobile. For; the purchase of a car SMI r
tion for some reason. Now buy a Ford. The car leaves the factory ready for use.
a considerable investment. It should not
represents
enthusiastic about [
are The f.o.b. includes
price a Triplex shatter-proof glass
since the gold discovery reports.Fort
be decided on hurriedly, but only after analyzingevery
windshield and wheel
an extra steel-spoke in additionto
Pierce Declaring be important''' factor that concerns cost, value and
lieved his action would "tend four Houduillc double-acting shock absorbers and
prevent further commission performance., The time to do this is before huying-
fully enclosed four-wheel brakes. Any accessories you f
murder or murderous not afterward when it is too late.
Judge Jefferson B. Browne : may wih! for your individual taste are sold considerablybelow
Impounded two guns used by l
Brownlee and two border ON the usual prices. None of these charges for sell
killed TIlE basis of cost, performance and the actual
when they :
inspectors
here three ing, financing or accessories!! is marked up or increasedto
Thomas near
S. comparative worth of every part, the new Ford is a
ago. In entering an order trade-in allowance
cover a high on a used car.
ing to deliver the guns back to value far above the price ;you pay. It is made of better

United Browne States said he government wai. taking : materials and with greater care and accuracy becauseof Get all the facts, therefore, before you buy and

dicial derous cognizance assaults of that the have many the recognized efficiency and economy of Ford figure out just what you are getting for your auto

committed by federal officials manufacturing;; methods. mobile dollars. Go beyond the f.o.b. price and find 1
others, and the necessity of
venting the same." : : : The value of these methods is known antI under out how much more you pay the dealer than

Palatka The mailing of stood by millions of people. It is not generally real- the dealer "pays at the factory. Analyze the used-car

bage plants from the local post allowance Compare all charges-item for Item-
,
flee attained Its peak for the ized, however, that these same principles of efficiencyand

ent season yesterday when $ : ( : economy are applied also to every step in the dis- value for value.you .
was paid out for postage .
announcement tribution of the Ford The low cost of
according to car.! selling, \VIIErr
do this will have
Postmaster George E. Gay you a new appreciationof
Postage on the average dally ( financing time payments, etc., means u direct savingto what the Ford Motor Company and Ford dealers '
ments for the past six weeks ) : : of at least $50 to $75 in addition td the
you money
been between $400 and $500 are doing to keep down the cost of Ford cars. You
It Is expected that these saved by Ford economies in making the car. Here are
will also know it is to much real
will continue until April 15, why possible put so
three reasons why this is so.
the mailing of. tomato plants *
The value into the new Ford and still retain the low price. x.,
onion sets will begin.
shipments have necessitated I (1) The Ford dealer does business on a smaller The money you pay goes for value in the car. It is not
work at the post office as
200 extra bags of mall are margin of profit because of the greater number of wasted in excessive costs in manufacturing or selling.

out daily f !

Tallahassee Abput x
million more pine seedlings
now growing In Florida as a FORD MOTOR COMPANY
sult of a recent drive by the t
forest service. .
-
plantings have been made '
leading highways in practically '
ery county In North Florfda, .>4 '
are proving the ability of
trees 'to grow If protected .fr
fire. The State Farm at .
co-operating 'With the Forest .
vice distributed 300,000 .
last at $4 thousand. ..
year per -- --- ---- - -'r.




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;o GIII tmrri. ._ _,___,_,__,_, ...err.r.stel-jY1114'. *ricLkaitArMHTARKK.. ITLOHIDA__ u. ....____,_._.__ _ FRIDAY, MARCH 31, t0ktn
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n .l" .4.4t **>.........>........... Tower and Sanctuary. It Is char- friends In Miami were such com- for secretary; of anti administration ; powerful possible candidate-- '=f0' I

: ; THERESSA .* tered In perpetuity and has for its fort as we ,know they express the.r---------Whisperings around the while Igrou 'will take the opposite the same post State Senator EJ i

chief object the keeping up of sincere feelings they wished to presaged 'a ter- stand. In between those two will gar WaybrIght and Mayor Jobn!, I
V Miss Rhoda ZHgler, Cor.OOOOHNOONeNe'NNNO. .* Mr. Bok's magnificent gift to the express. rific fight for that important post by platforms of varied hue. T.Alsop. Jr., both' from Jack)0n. '

t ; a1 S. American people, that the work of May God's richest blessing real In the June primaries. Oilier dainty dishes for the voters vllle.

art which competent authority has on you all. Toomer, prominent Jacksonville in the coming primaries were _'_ I
Mr. A. L Bennett came home said is "one of three distinctively Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Green and citizen was the third candidate to being predicted as political pow- NOTION! OP FINAL nittrilAltr.., !
G 1. A. MKKTH: : Saturday after a two weeks stayIn American expressions of architec- family. ers swarmed over Tallahassee to- Sixty day after date heritor on, twit ,':
qualify the others being H. Clay
Miami. : the 20th day of May. A. L>. II311!.,,;
tural 'a.rt. not a copy of any exist- -. day. I will present voucher ,
of former my
rift'' t at Crawford son a secre- ana H I
The Intermediate Q. A.'u met Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Moorer and ing form." account to the Honorable "1
I.V MKMOKY:: OK LITTLE: DORIS tary of state and grandson of a Ex-Congressman Joe Sears was rte
? the Baptist church Monday after- daughter, Lynell, were visitingher It Is fine to know that the money Gardiner County Judge of grantors" I
GREENS: : former secretary of state and T. !in the city, smiling grimly but county.' .Florida aa administrator ,7
,' '1 1 noon The devotional was led by parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Is available for keeping up as R. Hodges antt-admlnlstratlon saying nothing about any future. the estate of J. Z. Anders, dec,,.nr.,'i,,

the president, Mary Brownlee business after Youngblood last week. he would have had it done the Our DorIa has gone to rest, candidate who wag recently ousted political aspirations. dlHrhara-e and auk for an much their. administrate approval and ?,,,'

t : which the held.regular Mr. and Mrs. Ben Powell and beauty of the Sanctuary and Tow- Her voice no more weir hear, from the post of shell fish com- At Wakulla station making a This list day of March. A. D! I in.ill,,
t 4 meeting was children from Putnam Hall and er. After all. though, the guarantee Until we reach that home of bliss missioner. speech on the same platform with R. J. DAVIS.
A very interesting program on Mr. Bill Hall from Miami that his wishes will be car- To dwell with God and Doris dear. Admlnlatratorv enlate of J. Z. Ali
spent a his
of rural churches was W. M. Igou Incumbent has not more successful) opponent, was dor, deceased:
the subject while with her parents last week ried out is not so much Inprovid Oh how we miss her face. yet qualified but his friends say Fons A. Hathaway. It will be his J-21-tK-O-ia/
those taking part
; : presented and before going to Miami where they ing the money as it l Is in the handsIn And her loving hands care. first
r i, Misses Mary ISrownlee Melba he will surely,.be a candidate to appearance on a public plat-
I were will make their future home. which It Is placed. In this con- Yes, home is but a lonely place 'succeed him yell.. form since his unsuccessful cam- NOTICH! OF FINAL, 1).8"o\U.:
Brownlee and
g" ) Sllcox Martha Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Sibley were nection it Is enough to state that For here Is but her vacant. lc//| I rumb- paign for Sixty days after date hereof on t ir,,.
governor.
Thelma Wlthrow. tpJalJ \\tyF Ttf\'Ihere) were wilt The 20th day of May, \
the executors of Mr. Bok's ** 19.10 I; Will i
estate I
+ In Starke Monday\ transacting Yes we often thing of hey
i'1'' U Igs 0flJi I "plllted, to the sur- The recent announcement of present my. voucher and final a .
business. are his son, William Curtis Bok And I am often with her In., my Drlfid candidacx.of. : Jerry W. Car-. ex-Governor Cary A. Hardee that count tothe Honorable Ueo. A G!,ii'.
IMIITY diner,
BVRFItlSK and his wife Mary Louise Bok. V county judge of Bradford,,
Mr. and Mrs. A, L. Bennett and dreams same he would '
ter to the post although no be a gubernatorial candi- county, Florida aa administrator of
? "" children and Mr d. M. Bennett And the son Is the head of the Oh, how tiresome the hours to official announcement ha. come date at the next elections has been the eaate of H. M. Snyder deueuKcd
I Miss Ethel Moore was hostess
'I. and daughter, Ruth spent Sunday American Foundation, Incorporat- come- and ask for their approval and niv"
'
from that, direction. Carter Is mentioned around the In
capttol.
r.9. discharge auch
: I {f'last Thursday evening at a surprise ed.-Lake Wales as administrator
y birthday honoring her afternoon In Raiford. Highlander.KKRVK'KM Since she crossed that cold, dark former hotel commissioner. the same breath that says Hathaway This 2 lilt day of March, A, D
: y f party Mr. and Mrs, C. Sullivan and stream. 1930. ?
Moore. Candidates may qualify up un- Is sure to run for governor In
Miss
A. S.
Amy
;rlIster\ children and Miss Ruth Bennett DURING LENT Oh, Doris I CREWS
am
too
coming .
I ;: Dancing and, prize contests were til thirty days before the June opposition.In Administrator, estate of ]l. M. tin\.
\ were in Starke Saturday Yes, coming by and by. the I der, deceased
.t I, ,! enjoyed during the evening and as primaries. background loom two 8U9tII1887"
r Mr.. Carrot and Will Atkinsonand Every Tuesday afternoon at 3:30: And there we will never say Adieu With the
possibility of
five candidate
entertaInment' several
t added musical -
d
Ernest. Russ from Brooker Rev Wm. S. Stoney'and Mra. In our home beyond the skies ----
I in the field the battle for -PRESfliNG-ijOMP
:; numbers were given by Misses ANY
1 were visiting relatives here Mon Wlshard, both of Gainesville will A friend.
the
'' Sunshine and Mildred Ilundley.a secretary of state post will be
",r :,' t', day.Mr. conduct a service at the Episcopal the hardest fought of In the Suits Cleaned
y : Miss Moore assisted by her any Pressed and Reshaped
,
Johnny Jones from Miami church to which the general public -
1' 'f mother, served refreshments toy MANYOTHERS' primaries,,"political. ,..observers, .. pre-
arrived her Saturday to be with is invited.In "'
t i. .' about twenty guests who were dicted. J. Frank Thomart-Phone 52 "'
{I, .
his wife during the Illness of her the first of this series hM! :
Hodges of
1 7 :I! '; :, present on this occasion father,' Mr. James Phillips. this week, Rev. Stoney read the r MAY RUN :FOR course will be the -- .... - ..-
Mr Joe Harrell passed through Litany Service and Mra. Wlshard
L BIKTHUAV III 'dltTYMrs ', I r
; ,3 r here Wednesday 'afternoon en-I I lectured on the "Life of Paul" and POST OF, IGOU

!' : It route to WUdw od. her travels in the Holy land. The GAIETYTHEATRE I
: C. C, Frank entertained a
t Mr. Wilson Russ and grandmother story of the life of Paul will be ,
f' l
'j ; / : number of little folks Tuesday at- MflHHJUUUUULUJUIJIJlJUULllJUUIJll
,,1, Mts: Atkinson spent last continued at the later meetings. Possible That Five ;WIU .Ho In
ternoon In honor of her son, Clay- -
//II' 'l' .'; who Sunday ,In Brook r. Race In June Primary
ton
; Arthur was celebrating '
: 7 'f? hl. second birthday. Mr. John Jordan and'sisters'ofOrandin CARD OF" THANKS llattle. T
spent afternoon ,
Sunday -
: !, Those enjoying the afternoon -
Aj, : ) f "were: Ida Lula and Marjorie 'Da- with Misses ,Eula and Clara. We wish to express our sincere I Tallahassee, Mar. 18.. Flor- STARKE FLA. ::

:. \\.hl.? Enos and Betty Hayes, Buddy SwIndell.., thanks to those who so kindly assisted Ida's political pot was boiling with
.J I IN! I; and Jacquelin Andrews Betty Misses' Teresa and Lucille Bennett us during the sickness and increased fervor as William M.

i ,J If l f iS R
) K ,Hemingway Granvllla Lewis, Camp'of the_ Palms Thursday Doris. We will always be grateful

i'to.l s ;Vera Claire Robinson and Martlle night. to Drs. Mlddleton Holland and 666 Tablets HOOT GIBSON

i' ,i+ l ;: 'Hemingway: s'ISmXaTO\VEWH\ CI'KEEI'Two : Cason who did everything possibleto in
;' ,! :1'' 'I Assisting Mrep'rank In. enter- relieve the little sufferer in her
'. retaining' the little guests with last days on earth. To Mrs. Gill Itell.v.a a headache or NearaUrta I. "MOUNTED STRANGER"Also
3O minute, .
million check Cold
dollars is left for the rdar.i <
games' during the afternoon were: the : who nursed her during this sickness and ehct-ka MaifrtIa. thrcvtlmrm.
.I I :\&Mr R. J. Davis. Mrs E. W. Hayes the upkeep the Singing Tower In we are unable to express the -." '>.t .t, Pathe News, Cpmedy
wilt of the late Edward
t: f:' hand Mrs. R C. Buford. W deep feeling we have for her. The 000 also In Liquid Battling Sisters
'/ '.. Bok, filed at Bartow Saturday.
; of
: -. messages condolence from
'r 3: :?VI8ITOIl l'Olll'L131ENTED: : This Is to be mainly in stock of the --- -- -- ------ --- "WE MUST SAVE"Said
Curtis Publishing Co. ---- .
and if it ---
t S 'iF TIIURS &FRIDAY
..t ''t', An drew no more than five per cent
atmosphere of informality
COFFINS & CASKETS the Pharaoh
+
the
and 1 friendly cheer prevailed at the Tower and Sanctuary wouldbe Say it with Flowers MARCH 27-28 .
sure of an anual Income of And a Full Line of
party given by Mrs. L. D. ,
\abridge ->- Pvinlng, Friday afternoon, in hon- $100,000, .. yearly. But It has beena Undertakers' Supplies GARY COOPERin Wise and wily were the old Egyptians. When
t ..
't It'or of her slater Mrs. Rogers of long while perhaps, since that Flowers For All the harvest
|,Charlotte N. C. stock paid as little as five per cent AUTOMOBILE\ HEARSR was plentiful] they stored awaya

l k : and It Is quite probable the income OccasionsGERTRUDE Alwe,.. Hand. "TIIE vast >
,-f St. Patrick's Idea was carried on The bent FIRST KISS" reserve stock of corn to guard against
i i out in the decorations favors and from this magnificent bequest will aerde. nt tbs lowest price.
{ ., .
ilthe salad course which was served be even more than $100,000 a - "'" .. .. Special attention to..telegraph. Also 4th Episode of Tarzan the famine in leaner times. The lesson is good

l ,following the games year.The GODBEY orderaREQISTEItfSD EMB\LMEIt The TigerSATURDAY today. Store away your dollars in a Savings
% 'I money. goes to the Ameri- ,
..1 { Prizes awarded to the winners ,
l (' Of high. and low scores for the can Foundation Incorporated. the ANDERSON DEWITT C. JONES Account against the possibility of days of

4sl "m4efggon were given Mrs C. A. a'corporate' few gears body to' which Mr. Bok Phone 39 Waldo, Fla STAHKB, FLORIDA MAR 29EDDIE.QUILLAN need.
ago turned over the
X"rpJ dMn. B. S. Carroll The

1fr I i'' honor. presented ..,
wft* a dainty >
,i 01ft as a memento of the occasion. -. ,. ,.. J'.-, u Ulu in ,,,4 PER CENT INTEREST PAID' .. .. :,

i a> The guests were: Mrs. O. L. .

.> 'Beaeiey, Mrs. E. M. Johns Mrs. ,w Economical Trantforfatifm'. I I'

.j {fA.; Z. Adklna Mrs. J. C. RobIn- "TIIE SOPHOMORE"Also BANK OF STARKEAN '

;_ _ son, Mrs. B. S. Carroll!! Mrs. C. A. ,. ,. :
Pathe.News
and
r4l e Knight _net't Mr. L. Wyman. / Com-
"
i t( - -. .. : edy, HOT SPARKS HONOR ROLL BANKWHOOPEE

t ,)IRS. W M. wAiNwniaiiT" r ..

,' "ENTERTAINS .- ..
It'I ,,, - -- -- -
f\\ Mrs. W. Wainwright. enter/i! -,.
talned the afternoon br ..jte club T

.t !.and a numtfer of friends Friday Chevrolet

1.. f afternoon... atjhej., home. announces
j 4- .The-larellvlnc. room of the
!
ci '\Wainwright home," which lends Itself -

., so well to a party was attrac-
:;ttlva on this occasion, quantities : ,

';rot sweet peas and roses being A NEWSERVICE -- .. -
%' J. .:1lII8d. .

,.", High scores for1" the afternoon If" THEBiggest

.,{were made by Miss Mabel Weller .
":Vnd Mra. 0."L. Beasley each was

1'' I,?presented a dainty gift.

p7r .!k The hostess served the follow- POLICYThe

t r Jng players with-a sweet course:

r, Mrs. N. Sternberg, Mrs. O. L.
SaleIN
, ,1 Beasley Mrs. A. Z. Adklns Mra.

:a 1'D.| A. Montleth, Mrs. J. C. Uoblnf -

[:, son, Mrs. O. L. Ilaynes. Mrs L. Chevrolet Motor Company and It* owner may travel, to any part of the
i.
T<,Wyman Mrs. N. D. Wainwright, dealers are pleased to announce
a with
new country, that the
assurance
"'Mrs. II. C. Wall Mrs. E. M.' Johns. service 'guar
policy- of
the
one most liberal
antee
on materials and
, r Mrs C. A. Knight and Miss Mabel workmanship
I .ever offered
on a low-prlced automobile. will
\!Weller. ry remain in force. STARKE
-,; OPENS
_
Put into
force as a written
DINNER'DRlDG"J agreement This
PARTY new policy constitutes proof of
given
r it to the purchaser by the Chevrolet
Chevrolet's
----. high quality-for such liberal
J }1" A delightful Informal1 'affair of dealer when the car is delivered-it provisions could
+ only be made in connection
offers
/. :V Saturday night was a dinner the following provisions t with Mar.
a car built of fine materials to Saturday 22nd
.l:, f Abridge party given by Judge and I. exacting standard of workmanship.

4 ,Mrs. A. Z. ,Adkins at their homes Every' Chevrolet owner receives hu'V' : ..
/" to members of their bridge club from J
car the
]. dealer in
condition
'! I.;2 perfect Back of this policy, and assuring}Its suc .
J celebrating .their wedding anniversary -thoroughly lubricated .
Ni J also the birthday of justed and properly adceseful operation is one of the most AT
[Judge AdkIns. Bright hued spring ready to operate efficiently complete and efficient service organizations

::1 f; _:j flowers were pleasingly arranged from the first mile of ownership. in the world.

''t T throughout .the lower floor of the
!
"i: 'i V'were entertained. free inspection and The' J. &
,"f, adjustment of his car' Chevrolet Dealer Service Stations in the R. StoreNEXT
h 5 Following the delicious five at the end of the first 500 miles of usage. United States alone. Each employs
't
;:j; course dinner, bridge was enJoy- skilled
;, ;*"'.ed. .When the scores were added :) Every Chevrolet mechanics thoroughly trained at
: owner is entitled
t; '.stn;and compared at the conclusion free to Chevrolet Service Schools. Each has, DOOR TO
inspection of his POSTOFFICE
'Yt: of the final round. Mr. O. L. car every 1000 I specially designed tools and machinery

r Ti l V L Beasley scored high and received miles thereafter, so long as the car is in developed exclusively for Chevrolet serv-

t>t: ,fa deck of cards. Mrs. J. C. Rob- operation. ice work. And each has on hand at

j1:' 'Inson basket high filled.among with, the flowers.ladles Mr.a '1 Every Chevrolet owner is entitled to all Chevrolet times an adequate stock of genuine Come Come

:,...1. 'S'B.' M. Johns and Mrs. C. A. free replacement of any part which may replacement parts.Chevrolet's Come

'\ .t" Xj,Knight were respectively consol- prove defective in
workmanship
' or flat-rate
M 3 ed with an ash tray and salt and material] charges including .
within the
,.\ terms of Chevrolet's both and labor
parts the
pepper shakers.. are lou-est. in
':;'! '!. Those enjoying} Judge and standard warranty. This includes both the industry on many service' operations I New Seasonable

.ji:, ; ,:'Mra. Adklns' hospitality were; Mr parts and labor .., up-to-date Merchandise at

I ; l' and Mrs. 10, M. Johns, Mr. and In considering the purchase of a low- .

i''; 'Mm. J. C. Robinson. Mr. and Mrs. .S Provision number will be carried priced automobile think what this service PricesWHOOPEE

,, H. C. Wall Mr. and Mrs. O. L. out by any Chevrolet dealer in the mean*-in terms of lasting satisfaction Bargain

,Beasley and Mr. and Mrs. C, A. United States. As a result,, the Chevrolet well .
I as as in increased economy. -- -- .
--
Knight. .
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I

'''oj. ,:. Board of county commissioners Chevrolet Carr range In price from$495 Mfs f.o. b.factory Flint,Michigan
,' : i favor construction of coast line
ll( '
.'- ., with Oulf Beach for distance .of 8 CHEVROLET MOTOR COMPANY, DETROIT, MICHIGAN !

f : or 10 miles Division' of General Motor C.rf>.ratlon
1

:, Delray Beach Taxi service es-
1tablilhed in this city. A SIX IN Till: 1MIICE IIAIVGE OF THE FOUR

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UR'JI :::11.,1030 BRADFORD COUNTY TKLEGIW' STARKE, FLORIDA rME FIVIC

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home la New Orleans La., after I state for unpaid taxes, should at t-_ ,_ _,- r- - - - .. _ __._ r .... /
\Vet Have Lead
being called here by,; 'the death of 'toast be protected that In the nat

Mrs. Swift's mother;. Mrs. hans :ural course of time It will enhance

Bits of ford Austin in value and become mar- In Digest Poll Rain, rain go away!

ketable which would give opportunity 16x ,

Mrs W. E. Middleton, Gerald to reclaim a portion of theunpaid Only One State"' -Shown MajorityFor You make the farmer blue. y

LDcal and Madge Middleton and Dr. K. taxes. \rlility
This Is worth Investigating and
Nev4 r N. Holland drove to Brunswick, -- .
possibly will bring about satisfactory "for repeal Hut if stay leant to q
Ga., Sunday where they met Mrs.E. The vote o f the you say,
results It the people will Interest s>
L. Middleton and little daughter Prohibition Amendment" outnum- ; .
'seeing that
Concerning Oar People, Business and i MarJorie Sue, who will visit such practices themselves are reported In to the bers that for either modification "/ sell umbrellas, too." tl
"strict enforcement" In the '
Progre of the County and Town. them here. proper authorities au
from being continued in practice.
states In the Literary Digest's current ,
Mrs. Sterl Courtney, Misses The Interest of the people will i.
___ O Q I Florrle Terry, Virginia Alvarez, be the nation-wide "straw" poll on That's what I was singing Wednesday until I saw where the
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K.\THK JIKPOKTlending Col. D. E. Knight left for Soutl Evelyn Reddish, Ernestine desired results.-Crescent: City prohibition. papers said fair and cooler, and then 1 began to look around

1 Florida Tueusday where he spent son and Rose Mae Rowe, Thomp.l Journal. 20.000,000'blillots are being tor a good second-hand ark. Put the weather men were right
.... distributed throughout the countryto
March 19, 1930. the remainder of the week. a picnic outing Saturday for once, and they weren't" a day too noon, either.I .
obtain referendum on the
Ite Mazn> Mln. Precip ot the Palms and Orange Helzhts...II": ., 1 merits) Is three questions a : havn't seen so much water at once since the time I left the

67 47 -' Mrs. M. B. Prevail' of Oreei buslnesa'' tn? 1. Do you favor the con- bath tub faucet running all night If that drizzle had kept up 1
.ell,: Baptist W. M. U.
71. 55 1.41 Cove Springs the guest of her program meeting will be held Monday . "' Explained By tinuance and strict enforcement much longer I was going to wire In to the Navy Departmentfor
68
5 69 daughter Mrs. II. A. Bishop. afternoon at the church'"at ot the J Eighteenth" a pair of water-proof gills and a set of swimming Instructions. "
66 .31:
64 .- Amendment and Volstead r
70 68 .01'. 3:30.: Circle No. 1 will have Author Today Law?

75 62 .23; Beautiful Easter silk dresses at chare of the meeting and a\1 And do you remember that straw hat I mentioned wearing .
Do favor modification 't
v 62 .25 Stump's. members are requested to bring 2. you a last week Well it got no wet that It sprouted and now I've $
9 80 ... their Royal Service magazines.The McLln Urge's I'amutge of Inheritance of the Volstead Law to got a. whole crop of little ones. Come around and get yours; a
2. 22 In rAnd
week
rainfall for Tax Law At .'011... permit light" wines and beers? I'm going to start picking tomorrow.
Mrs. Fred F. Stump has returned
3. Do favor repeal of
of Jacksonville, from visit to her mother Mrs Y. W. A. will have a bus. you a ladles If you don't believe that we have got ,some pretty
Green a
m with friends I news meeting at the Baptist churcl W. S. McLln: acting motor vehicle the Prohibition Amendment? dresses In I Just .wish that you'd come and let me prove It.
fu'esday here Jas. E. Wood at Amherst Va.
'Friday night at 7:00 oclock. The commissioner" and former Ot the total of 291.588 votes re- Printed Chiffon georgettes" ; flat crepes, priced from $1.96 to !a

beheld legislator, explained the constitutional ceived for this first tabulation, 80.- $11.95 and even though" I have to say so myself they are won.
Brand Shoes are Better": M.r. and Mrs. W. O. Strlngfel regular program meeting will f amendment on"vhlch" Florida 739 expressed their favor for enforcement derful values. And speaking about underwear. I have rvr- s

Store. low of Palatka, spent Sunday. hen next Wednesday at the pray citizens \ote.inrNovem ; 91,916 voted for modification talnly got something pretty In pujamaa--and although 1 rion't x,

". add relaUves.uMrs. er meeting hour. A short play for like to repeat, I munimention, that our shoes do At your feel
4vilbutileemda ber in leUer.to.JL, lUUIunt-{ ; and 118,934 were
today a
': Goodfelow of Lalteland '_ will be presented at this time. and your Ilockot. ooIc:. '.
; ley, member of the house .of representatives repeal.
9 Monday.on business.. G. W. Alderman, Mrs. Oeo, front Lake City This The ten states represented In

I C.>White and Miss Qlan he'Alder- Mr. and Mrs. George C. White KMarshburn proposed amendment,, the Inheritance the first returns of the poll Include We .r. I IaAoll
of Sunny had as guests Sunday, Mrs. E.
[vubrey Brlnson ] man were In Jacksonville Tuesday
'Introduced by : Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, STERNBERG'S
.. and little daughters, tax bill was '. ArchUnpfiurt Mf
in Starke Tuesday
was Mr. McLln. Kansas, Minnesota, Missouri, Nebraska .
Betty and Mona Claire, of Mar.f.n.na \ *
Mrs. ,T. A. Brlnson of Hugh was
The letter In part, said: New Jersey, New York and
Lid Mrs. B. S. Carroll were a" :Ib'uslness visitor berg "Wednes': ; Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Hawkins, time Till! HICMAHI.K: HTUIIK)
"Ats the present our government Ohio.
H. B
Beach and Dr.
Thursday. .. of Dayton ; '
tionvllle '
48yr McLendon of the State Fatm. assesses an Inheritance In this first tabulation, Kansas I'. H. I have always been' a wet but since, thin floes] 1 IUD
tax which has to be paid by the seems to Indicate a pronouncedstand
{new shades In Humming .Miss Leah Stru'th' spent the Bola to Join the dryu tomorrow.
the side, while New
Dial of1uefteld. people of Florida to govern on the dry \
se at Stump's. week-end In Jacksonville with Mr Mr. and. N. Mrs.J. stopped Leroy here (for Bbrlrf ment, but the people of this state York and New Jersey show a distinctly .. _ _._ l'f _ _ .. ,_ .. -,
and Mrs.:. W.. L. Edwards. is on the "::'
receive no benefit therefrom as opposite opinion
and
with Mr.
[and Mrs. Sterl Courtney visit Tuesday received In other states However, question. Returns from all other Digest In 1922. The flrst tabulated lots. Now the onion\ Industry
in Jacksonville. of 'beans Mrs. J. W. Edwards. They were ] lines ,In
ruetuiay A good 'variety seeds, decisive showed ranks high In agricultural
twcmonth's If the people of Florida will vote seven states imply a less returns of that poll -
home after a
peas, corn chufas; velvet beans returning amendment Florida. The harvesting of twenty
tax -
I Lillian\ Barefoot of Sanderlived butter beans, peanuts: etc., J., F vacation in the state. Mr, i tor this Inheritance November election stand. however, 94,115 favored strict Inforce- acrts of onions In the Pahoin
at the next The Literary Digest; favored modification -
ment 39,665
Produce :
recently and will: Dial is owner of the Dial
here Klckllter. 3-21-tf. I section of the upper Kvergladrawill
legislature dan levy caution that e
several: months. Co., of New York and was looking then the Issued a warning of ; and 22,547 voted for repealof start about the middle of
1 Florida an Inheritance tax In Florida up these first returns are so small in the prohibition amendment '
Miss Ethel Griffin ,..pe"t;; last over produce prosp,eyts, In March and the yield of graded onions .
to 80 per cents of,,\he. amount levIed comparison to the final vote an- .
Andrews was a business week-end witbrelativee'in", Jacksonville and Cuba. Vhe"" In expected to run around 2011
by oyery.q1.enThis, tlolpated that all now apparent
I here from Lake Butler between $3- Twenty-five years ago: onions in bushels that eighty; carloads of
'4E kSIiSSIOX.n: would probably mean tendencies may be completely ov :
IWOIU) (
y, nn.\ and I4.500.0UO paid\ Into Florida were grown only in gar onions will be shipped, which will

,Mrs. B.S.. Carroll was hostess ON RIGHT 'MOVI'i 500.000 of Florida each year erturned. figures* the niaazlne dens for home use. Later they I establish a. new record: for on I...
commissioners the treasury "Theae early
tops, cushions and cushera. to the members of the Sew and Sc The board of county additional tax of one "Interest- commenced to ship them in small shipments H
wlhtout editorially,
an states,
adopt. ,
Bradford county
( M. Levlton. 2811 Club Tuesday night. of
the people ot this state. be, are by no
ed a resolution at its March meetIng cent on Ins: as they may
which if carried out as the Instrument I You would be merelyj .ccelvlng, 80 I means to be regarded as a sure fire
nil Mrs. Leroy Osteen were The Tuesday Afternoon Bridge '
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attorney per cent of the amount of taxes Indication on the poll's final results I
here from Brooker last Club met this week with Mrs. J. directs the county I'
| to
of that board It will go tar that the government'H going even In the ten states In-
H. Bitch Jr.
IY collect anyway. For example: It In the tabulation
towards placing back on tax books volved
man were to die In the state of should be elated or StrawberriesFruits
"No
& one
J. D. Doyle'Jr., spent this Senator Truman G. Futch ol much of the timber land, thus providing
leorgia[ tonight and the govern- discouraged by them. Many fluctuations -
Mr, a source of revenue to op
in Qultman Ga., with Leesburg was visiting friends in 1
inheritance
government. ment were to collect $100,000 perhaps startling ones,
the county's
E. T. King. Starke Wednesday erate
e.
"Owing to the fact that numerous tax from his estate, the may he exported to occur In the

and tracts of land are being used state of Georgia would receive voting before the last gun In fired.
making, alterations Mrs. F. G. Rogers left, Sunday
and the'
wing. Mrs. P. S. Dew, cor- tor her home In Charlotte, N. C.,,, by turpentine operators upon (80,000 of this $100,000 would receive' "}:very Incoming mall brings a and VegetablesShip
Federal government of votes to be sorted
holds tax certificates greater flock
Jerry and Jackson. 2.14tf.and lifter a visit with her sister Mrs., which the state tax In
120,000( for Inheritance of tally clerks,
L. D. Vlnlng. and the owners falling or out by our army

Mrs. Roscoe McLain of refusing to take up said certificates Qeorgia. ,Ill. while the outgoing: waves of blank Your Fruits and Vefietables to
"However, If a man were to die still running high
uvllle, were recent guests Mr. Allen Long Is home after and pay taxes thereon; and ballots are
sufrfl night .
and Mrs. Joe E. Wilson two months on the 3..S..Saccaratta therefore.be It resolved that.we do In Florida on the wer to collect "Etxraordlnary public Interest A. E. MEYER; '&'CO."NEW'YORK ..

during which time he made hereby request the clerk of the the government meanwhile Is being focused on the "

and Mrs. A. L. Kahr and trips to England and Germany.. circuit court to make up town 1100,000( Inheritance tax would from bin retain poll and everything connected Established for 77 Years "
estate the government it. This Is largely due, of
showing the lands upon with
ier, Christine, spent Sunday ship plats
and the
have not been paid the entire $100,000 course, to the dominance of pro-
forester which taxes
Baker state ,
on at Silver Springs. Harry Lee ,
ind C. II. Coulter assistant, weren ind deliver same to the county state of Florida would l not receive hibition as a burning question." i O. J. PHILLIPS, Local Representative LawteyI

Model in Gossard Corsets Starke Thursday visiting the sheriff with the request that all anything. However, If the people A previous national prohibition

(nmblnatlona at Stump's.J. State Forestry office here. operators be notified of said de- rote for this constitutional amendment poll of considerably smaller magnitude -I
the legislature can pass an the Literary
Unguent taxes and upon their failure was taken by .
whereby the state of Florida .. -- -
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act
M. Alvarez and Mrs. D. Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Dowling ot or refusal to pay said taxes or ot the - -- ---

bnteith and little daughterII Facksonvllle' were guests of Dr. see that same are paid by- owner, will receive eighty per tax cent assessedby .

Jacksonville Tuesday. and Mrs. W. E. Middleton Tues the county attorney shall proceed amount of inheritance . . . .' . . .
the'urther the United States government. . . . " . . ..
lay to file injunction to prohibit Florida . . ... " . . . .
I Wesley erne return- use of said timber for turpentine So you can plainly from see that.$3,500,000 .."....... #. ... '"...."., "... ."".. . .
will be receiving
Im Leesburg where he spent Mrs. II. C. Wall and Mrs. W. M. or other purposes. without tlf

put week. Wainwright and children spent Now if every county In Florida, to $4,500.000 per year additional

Wednesday In Wllllaton\ with Mrs. Including Putnam, would adopt taxing a single person an

H. L. Granger he same policy for bringing back cent. that the business m


NT A WORD% Mr. and Mrs. Dale Van Sickel upon lands, the there books would, be such little taxable or no are"It hunting men strikes of something the me state for of Florida tax re AaI'aaweI

ot Gainesville were week-end ise of permitting taxes to accumulate real estate '
and hat' In our state upon
quests of Mr. and Mrs. W. Ji: Ep- over a period of years wherebywe
method
and this U one
COLUMN the bargain
terson, then place them on
counter for compromise settlement can be relived, as stated above,
ot $3.600,090 and $4.500000 ,-
some I
RENT-Furnished apart- Mrs. W. J. Epperson and Mr ot taxes.Possibly f- without" adding ,
taxation
I ,
nt, lower floor. J. F. Kick- and Mrs. Dale Van Sickel and Rev there Is no exception In individual within t

r. 3-21-tf John II. Jones of Gainesville wen this county of having the same ex- any tax on any


SALE Simpson sugar.cane 1 in Jacksonville Tuesday. state perience being of used lands by owned turpentine.by the op- thin state. Very W.respectfully S, McLin,", Pure Cane P & G Soap 5 Bars for - .19c

seed genuine Porto Rico Miss R.. H. Shearea: has returnedto erators. . ., , ,

?et potato Seed* J. M. Truby,,, Tampa after completing two :To permit such drifting ot of pub-fee Women's clubs, garden clubs YIAWIIWIiNxin' ..".,.....,.IWIIINIa11WhwIWII1INNINNINW,' '''''' '' '. '' '', '.. .MwI11ieIea6N' '''' ..'' ''\ ,,,.Wsiu. ,,, .'''NAYIIseuIIYXIAIWeu' '' '' ' '' /'IIeeWIest' ' .
rke, Fla. l-17tl weeks of poultry demonstration at lic affairs Is one the evils Individual growers of flowers Sugar
and
the Bradford County Farmer' system of paying public officials. are making extensive preparationsfor W: & Beans 3 for 25c
be Pork
on
SALE-Ford 1-2 ton truck,, Supply Co. Should these fee officials be the seventh annual Lake County 2 can ,

new tires. In good running salary basis, they would prohibiting Flower Show which opens In 101'ounda

Mrs. O.; L. Beasley entertained such practices, and would .............. ... ., ,,, ' '''
dillon |S0i, inquire at this MrM and Tavares on next Thursday, March NIWIIIWNAI/atlWLIIWWANINANYIIINWIIWAW.' ' ., '' '' '' '' ''''""" " MilMimitdUIIWItHtlHHIUIIimlitWIWIIIWIIMHtWIIWI' "
the members of the lend their efforts to making a
-e.: 3-14-21 13 to continue through Saturday,
Twentieth Century club last Friday clean record of prosecuting the the 15th, according to' Mrs. Mary Rosedale55C FancyPeaches----14c. LIINwNpwulM

PEANUTS-Neil .evening. wishes of the people rather tban S. Allen, home demonstrationagent. No.l can
what fees would be at-

on Mrs. Z. J. Roberts, and anticipating tached to procedure in the interest Displays wlll.be. exhibited .""INWIaIl'''''''''',..,"ssINNIWIwIWWwulIelmNIWUeusmum4mdueWNwmueuIwaWe5YmgeJeels5''''''' .. ''' '' ,' '' .. .'' '', ', ' ' . "" . i.i.Gard
d. 7Sc per bushel. Peanut Mr. and any In Pioneer hall, oppoit[ e the court

", $18.00 per ton. D. I.: Mar- son, Alton, and Mr. and Mrs. W of the people.It i ho ilse. ; grade

Reddlck; Fla. 3-14-4t S. Yelvington all ot Hastings,,, would be well\ for every coun- Flour 24 Pounds - 98c t tSelfrising

spent Sunday here with Judge and ty In Florida to follow\ the move Arcadia City purchased road ,

SALE-owen strain Rhode Mrs. George A. Gardiner.Mr. of the Bradford commissioners, roller and scarlfyer. NI.aNIMANwMNWw.WNIIWIWNIwWpNWLYWNWNWwrtleYAl., '. '' .' "" ..axvxxlWdgNFLI., ,.ANaawurwua.Ya1WINAANY.. .''' .' '' t. .
thus making the best of our present Maxwell
$1 for
(and Red setting eggs
Mammoth Pekln duck eggs, and Mrs. P. :M.' Barefoot and taxing laws.
each. J. Maurice Edwards daughters, Juanita and Sara, were If there Is any lands In Putnam STEKL COURTNEY House Vegelole;;'e : Coma Lard 8 Ib.$1.05

''rke, 3 2141. guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Barefoot county being operated by 15.rlt.tVCW
.4 such timber ..... ,. bWI/a,. .. . ..ii
fa Sanderson Thursday after- private Interests, while And "" "IWNwuAwIaweluewIsMWo./wlrnsaWwssIWnw. '. ' ', """ uxLxWil' XM NIwWWYYM' WM

p.EAS-Our business is grow- noon. lands remains state property NFNIIMTENFIJZEAL' Coffee LOOK 1 Bar Octagon Soap 111 | f\ I t
unpaid taxes, then our county H
tor
orchid, pink. (Indica), bet- I'wdrs.ill 1UC
F.Starke Oct. Soap !
plants for less money; alx Mrs. J.' W. Edwards and Mrs. commissioners should give it their Fla. round Can Very Spec.Boxes

Ihea, $3 prepaid. Bel- Fay Gill had as their guests last Immediate attention. iiWLIs,0.l i.rNNi.W.yJWIY4lwxlw..wl.NY
dozen
i ,. /
I'lere' Nursery Earlton, Fla.3.14.2t.. week their brother N. T. Prescott Lands in Florida returned to the /

1 and Balnbrldge.also Bob Ga. Jester, both of .. 39c Ground'IVater leal :J:: wGritsjlbs.Potatoes 22caM.xb.Yw..MuNnlxmlJAIIuNWWYIiAIIYIW60AInWNNAWMAApWxe j.


SALE-Forty acres. Fifteen
liars per acre. Terms on part Mrs. E. R. rehburn little More than a quarter of a ,. , '. .--. ,-"' ,. ....,. I -...._--,"'.......... .\.1'


Ht wanted.Starke road,thirteen.Fla.Located, one-half W mile. B. Kuhl north mile and Marianna.daughters Mrs, Wilbur were Betty guests and Marshburn Mona of Mr.Clair,and of, 4, p e Wr% l century protecting from decay ' firm:; :::No. / 10 pounds 35c J,


eHbure, Fla. .3-14-21? !Mrs._.G.. W\ Alderman, last week. + and. beautifying I. property Van Camp's WwwWwu.n. .awxNwwwapuNWNp.IaWl. '''. ,. ,. wrwWNWWAInW. . .. ...x...nWNUnNd. .' ....-."'Ye elj .

SALE MissionaryIrawberry Mrs. J. M. Alvarez and her of those who demand Full >.4NNW
-Improved )
Northern guests. Mrs. Jack Murden and eon t n' Cheese Pound 29C
plants. P. Ran- the best. Made: to wear Cream ,
Mrs. W. Milk
own. Free from disease and Jackie Joe, and II i

'matode (or Insect pest.) price! dall and son. Bill, Jr., spent' last 1 tai Florida climate. '. .....""" .,.......-.............._..._'..'"......,........,.,.= -........_...... ffiwnZ
in
Press prepaid $2.75 per 1000. week at Jacksonville Beach longest ker A.
j Mother's Qua 1
"itbern Plant Specialist DinsIre 2.c Oats
large i t -
Fla. 228tf. Mr. Stanley Carnell of Ormondwas Sold by Keg. or Quick Keg. or Quick 1UC

In Starke for the week-end _
SALE-15 acres, mile north' and was accompanied home Sun- 3 mall 2ic _..-. _,....sesiaen... .W III1I1".J. , *;;;:" ...........;.,.".,,-

I Starke Fla., on road-IS. day by Mrs. Carnell and little song Bradford County Farmers '
been visiting Mr. and STOREWHERE
bout one hundred fifteen bear- who have M-C

''g pecan trees. Seven room Mrs. F. A. Scott.

Use Part cash; balance easy A. Supply Company SATISFACTION IS A CERTAINTY !:
Swift and eon,
'rms It wanted. W. B. Kuhl Mrs. Robert

eeeburg., Flab: 3-14-2V* Edward: ',have! .returned tor theirl, '- ._ -


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;. Farmers and Farming Prevents Fig Rust Laws For StateContemplated


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r' (By Agricultural Editor) Gainesville Fla. Right now
Is the time to prevent fig rust, one -

_. _._. Curie
l Committee> :Named to Prepare Rows
of
- of the most common diseases .PULL

Farmers and Truckers Are Invited to Contribute Articles the fig, states Dr. G. F. Weber, as- Rutted to Florida's Needs
sociate pathologist of the -
!; 1 of Farm Experiences and Methods Found Florida plant Experiment Station: The Fred H. Davis state attorney VOL. IV. No..7 Virginia-Carolina Chemical Corporation (epydpltIL,

:h'' To He Best Suited to Our Country disease Is caused by a fungus and general; Glenn Terrell chief jus-
J I causes the leaves to fall about tice of the supreme court, of Flor- And V-G Fills the Bill "Only a high-clan farmer available realize to lie Will Feel Low ThJ

.. -. .. -. _-. Is ida and John C. Cooper, Jr., have how much science ha made .'If In the next world I
I' ---- - -- -- ----- -- the time the fruit full grown. < '
ava.11able improvement
Few soils provide enough agriculture( In the fertilization, we'lit,
Hunt makes its appearance on been appointed by the educational plant food for a rapidly growing and treatment of soils alone time for reflection as to able I
Closer Spacing Is I I II survey' commission of the state a did over here, then one ,
the leaves during the latter partof potato crop. The potato plant IM a vat field. -Wheeler McMillan.SAFETY IIlal lit,
HINTS: TO HOVSKWIVES': I II the summer When Infestation committee of three to prepare a does best when fed with a balanced ...... tpItty

Secret of Success I : becomes severe the leaves turn yel- uniform, code of public school laws ration. It must nave a fertilizer v-a-- _...-. , '\",'

Homo Iemonstrntion Agent I lowish or brown and fall. The disease for the public schools of Florida. carrying nitrogen and phosphoric\ \J I . *
IS VITALThe
I acid and potash In rather definite
gurVey commission
The educational -
In Peanut Growing may be recognized by num- proportions. A deficiency of any one ,
after made study first Job of banks Is to keep,
having a
s' erous, small, raised reddish brown ,element will limit the yield cor- he
Till: JIOMH: LAUNDRY;
safe for people who own the man who sold nv.1
spots on the lower surface of the and analysis of IK survey itaff report rest:>Ondln&1v. Each element has a money the
It to the banks'care. low-analysis\ 'mixed fertluMrIfarmers
money and trust
leaf. These covered witha which points out definitelythe special place In the growing: and ,
farmera Washday. Hampers of soiled spots are If the owners were not willing who were BtnuaUng J "I
dark yellow powder. This powder costly procedures and other maturing of the crop. Complete to let their money work for Its board their farms paid for and toe I
much better chance of increasing clothes.; Tubs to fill and empty. Is the mature spores of the evils of the public school administrative fertilizer Is necessary therefore of potatoes.VC In. and keep, the banks would have to their families advantages to lilt,I

t +' h their :yields by closer: spacing than Backache. Blue Monday In most fungus ready for dissemination.It and financial systems, with -producing pamphlet."American high. yields charge for protecting It. So the FIRMAN E. BEAR.

, by) applying fertilizer to the crop, households a generation ago. The was formerly thought that remedies; and after having made a V-O- V-o-_

.1 in the belief of W. L. Stoke, agronomist commercial laundry existed then this disease was of no great econ- comparison of present public "

"y .a l of Florida Experiment chiefly to do n\> stiff shirts and collars omic importance, but later investigations school laws with those of other farming has more power -wheat averaged 30 bushels.
the
{ little profit has been states having better school laws available/ / per man than any other industry acre. On corn stubble 20 bug\ !
Station Very have shown that it affects -
a ; now it stands ready to take transportationW.. M. els. Used 250 pounds ocr
1 returned from the use of fertilizer the of fruit. The dls- and systems has come to the con- except acrio
the entire wash out of the home. crops Jardmt. your Little Giant Crop Grow", ,
on ppanuts In Florida, states On the other hand electric washIng case usually appears on the leaves I clusion that present, public 'school v-o--- owners say "Let our money work" Have used! this for years and asp,
,i Y Ml1 Striken. machines and other laborsaving about the time the fruit Is nearly laws are so complicated\ dubiousIn -and the banks lend It where It have been satisfactory .R tsr 1

4 Mr. Stokes recently reviewed devices invite the housewife to full grown. In severe cases the meaning, and In many cases, obsolete Half As Many Needed Now will stay safe and be paid back. BECKETT, Plckaway, w Va

k V tho results of fert'Ilzer experiments keep It In the home. In one way trees are completely defoliated In -the result of years of production has already In this way/ money earns the V-O
"Quantity called Interest. But lending
: on peanuts conducted by experiment two or three weeks usually in Jus- makeshift and patchwork legislation wages
another
t or. blue Monday may bea more than doubled the farmer'sproductive Is the banks' first $job. "
fi stations In nearby states -that the most effective so- money not Tim.*change-and we chang, I
thing of the past, It the housewife ly or Agust. capacity. One man today Their first Job Is to keep the money lit'
and In nearly every Instance be : chooses. Control measures consist of lution of the state's school Ills and Is producing more than twice as safe. They've got to be sure when thtlrn.-CALLARIUS., 1661. Harmonm Jiff I Irocosmica

4 found that very little or no profit For generations we have tra'n-'! i raking and burlnlng all fallen i problems is to draft a comprehensive -' much, aa one man produced fifty they lend It, that the money will

was: made( by the use of fertilizer. ed ourselves to like the smell ofi I leaves and spraying with 4-4-50 : intelligent and effective stay safe and be paid back. Safety Is V-o-----

In n few cases slight I increases freshly laundered linens and the Bordeaux mixture. The first spray code of public school laws for the }- the foundation of credit.And credit New International S '
Is the basis of all Industries-farmIng steu
the addition of sixty-seven counties of the state. >
4 were secured by feel of clean smooth garments should bo applied as soon as the RemI manufacturing and all the
r ," 200 pounds'} of ,superphosphate per cleanliness is the strongest sup' new leaves appear. This shouldbe Tho commission has also createdan others. "Several states of the south*.

n'' a i a<:ie. porter of good health. The skin followed with a spray every 10 advisory board for the pur- If banks neglected their first Job this from;year their transfer tlme-honorej their allcsim,,

Experiments conducted on the In made more active by fresh days until the newly formed fruitIs pose of obtaining the benefit of T'r 4 and did not safeguard the money stating phosphoric acid first customs to u.
station farm near Gainesville and clothing which absorbs the Impur- a half inch In diameter. Spray- different minds and opinions upon for Its owners, how long could International system of statinjit

I 1 ? also( a number of co-operative ex.Jlel'lmenls ities thrown off by the skin. Clean, Ing should then be discontinued any proposed legislation and to as- years ago. The Increased productive banking last? And without banks trogen: phosphoric acid, potash

't s conducted on Jackson boiled clothes never carry disease until the fruit Is picked. Two applications sist the commission In carrying on power of the farmer has released where would we be I E. L. ROBINS, President, Natlou,

county farms support the recommendations germs.. should then be made at a state-wide legislative Informa- one-bait the agriculture V-O- Fertilizer Assn.
t of other states regarding I two weeks Intervals. tive educational program. This workers to go Into Industry and V-O
Laundry Equipment factories and City Visitor-"Why; do go
and you
4 u build up railroads
a E r the use of fertilizer Mr. Stokes advisory board will consist of the
+, A wash bench should be the all the other great: enterprises over the potato field with such a "THE TREND TOWARD SCtENTItrl;
5575.It right height for the user. The top 1IKAVY NIMIINU LOSS: presidents of the state organizations DR. E. O. BROOKS, President North heavy roller?" AGRICULTURE Indicates a bright!
Is commonly believed that the of the tubs should be about 36 ItV CHICK DISKASKSHIIOULH : such as federation of labor Carolina College of Agriculture. Farmer-"I want to grow mashed future for the American farmer!

use of land plaster or gypsum Is inches from the floor for the average in; CHICKKI: parent-teachers associations edu- V-O- potatoes this year." Fliegende, DR. H. O. KNIGHT U. S. Dept III|

necessary for best results with woman. A good rubbing board rational associations bar association Blantter,Germany. Agriculture.

t ?' )peanuts, but tests at the Florida Is very necessary for very soiled Gainesville, Fla. As spring chamber of commerce colleges THE FEDERAL FARM BOARD Consists v-a----- v-a
station for the past five years do clothes. A arrives chick diseases If allowed to heads of Industry and men of the Secretary of Agriculture and
not support this belief. In an- washing machine of go uncontrolled will take the us- and women from different walks of twelve members one from each of "Farmers are well pleased and And That's Proof Enou$
any kind simplifies work and Is the federal land bank districts. increasing.J. ."-
V-0 sales are steadily\
t i nouncing this fact Mr. Stokes explains more efficient than rubbing on an ual high toll of 'chicks hatched life who are Interested In estab- .R.NEELV Dealer,Thompson Pa. Stanton H. Donkle, V-O dnlr
that the testa were made on ordinary wash board. A clothes but with proper precautions this lishing in the state of Florida a V-O- near Myerstown Pa., says hi tn
the same land for all of the period' loss can be reduced to a minimum, uniform public school administrative v-o- sold and used V-O for many rein
wringer eaves not only time and "Planted ten acres of potatoes
f, and it seems possible that there Dr. E. F. Thomas, assistant veter and financial "The proof of the goods," herb
system.In
strength, but the clothes applying about 700 pounds of V-O of Good
I as well. ; Maximum Crops Quality marks, "is that I am now selllii
'I may be some cumulative effectf4 Inarlan in charge of poultry disease making this
Much time Is saved in drying gar- announcement 4-8-7 Double Owl Brand per acre. the third generation of farmen;
which is harmful to the crop. It ments when a wringer Is used. work at the Florida Experi- from Miami George K. Hllty sec- Dug approximately 4.0OO bushels. seed"Used potatoes V-O on and seed seed grain com crops-the, began with."

itt possible that peanuts grown In A clothes boiler made ment Station, recently stated In an retary and treasurer of the commission From one measured acre the yield fertilizer( have ever
largely of best drilling we v-a-
rotation might be Improved to address over WRUF. states that the was 460 bushel -E. Olin Mattm
h 'copper has been found to be very work of used. Sowed several analyses\ and
t r Home extent by the use of about satisfactory, because of Its durability rtacclllary white diarrhea and drafting these laws will involve Quakertown, Pa.VO all drilled well. In operating a seed "The county agent is a public stria,!
rr 9 200 pounds of this material per and because coccldlosls cause the greatest louses months of special research and business, we select a fertilizer we a man of consequence in An roe' I
transmits -
copper
acre he explained. Bacclllary white painstaking labor on the part of "We sell V-O exclusively. Our can count on to grow maximum munitu and, withal a man carrUIIf''
heat
s We have gotten larger yields by more readily than most diarrhea causes the chicks to appear the code committee. The commis- business has grown steadily and our crops of good quality-and V-O heavy load of reiponsibilitics I
other metals.A satisfied."- does both."-Robson Seed Farms, WILMON NEWELL Dean, Florid,U\
C customers are Chaplin
close spacing of peanuts than we stupid, droopy and stand sion feels that In the appointmentof
broomstick or an old 1 axe \ Bro*.,Inc.,Neeses, S. O. Hall N. Y.vlacNIACAROLINA. "legs of Agriculture.
t1'' + have from any fertilizer lime or handle makes an excellent around in one position with eyes this committee. it has made a_

ti t land plaster treatment yet fried. clothes stick Other closed. The liver la brownishyellow selection of men who are eminently -
t necessary
Mr. Stokes. In this close and congested. The lungs may qualified
i nays equipment for the home laundryare by reason of exper-
q spacing for Increased yields all of these; a bucket for carrrylng contain: small white spots, and the ience and knowledge to draft this I
': the stations In the kidneys be code of
experiment peanut water and to carry clothes to the may congested. public school laXvs.. CHEMICAL CORPORATION.
i belt and many of the farmers line This disease is carried in the They have gladly accepted the
; a dipper; a sauce pan for --- . .
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>t t are agreed, he adds. By close spacing milking starch ; a good strong, egg; thus It is Important that the responsibility realizing as does the Kl'ONOMICAL: FEEDER; ; HIGHWAYS 'File per month under fairly heavy Plant. City :....: 'Constroi.'
e g the means that Spanish peanuts mother hen not be a carrier. A commission the absolute need of a
tightly
stretched
clothes line; traffic. of new loading platform foot
$ should be planted in rows not of blood test Is commonly used to de- uniform codo of public school laws
:I I over 2 or 2 1-2 feet wide and 3 to ing plenty board clothes and smooth pins;irons good, either Iron-' termine carriers, and he stated and the development of an educa- Modern inventions In road Good feeder and farmtomarketroads Seaboard freight office, comply

; 6 Inches In the drill. Runner peanuts that chicks should come from tional system that will equal, If are pressing need. By judicious St. Peterburg-Contract awed
electric
gas, or gasoline; a clothes building make It possible to pro-
If planted solid should be In basket blood tested stock not excell! the average standard in economical selection of for construction of alrp
made of
y) llgfit weight ma-
d 'jj 2 1-2 foot rows and d to 12 Inches terial The disease is also carried in the United States, said Mr. Hllty. vide rural and semi-Isolated areas surfaces states can build them
and easy to handle; a folding hangar at local airport.
X in the drill be conluded. clothes rack made the Incubator, and he suggested The committee has the power to with high-type, smooth, longwearIng without excessive expense to the
material whisk or lightweight fumigation at the rate of 35 cubic create as many sub-committees aa highways at a remarkably low taxpayers and the result Is acceleration Jacksonville Formal opt-

z ti 1IOMK"': 1)KMO\NTK.\TIOV; for sprinkling clothes; a broom centimeters of formaldehyde pour- Its may deem necessary In orderto original and maintenance cost. of agricultural and Indus- East Palatka Contract IW
metal
or a ed for construction of factor;
Ft
KAIIIItUS NIIOWX IXriIJ ed over 17.5 grams of potassium efficiently carry out Its work. Emulsified, cold asphalt is one trial activity.
sprinkler attached
J to hose If
t a Southern Potato Products In<
,k : CXH'NTY P.I HIM running water is available parmanganate for each 100 cubic | The educational survey com mls- I' of the foremost surfaces now em- .
Pleasant Grove church buildIng local concern organized to riD
-!Ruby Me David.IlL'HAK feet of air space; keeping the Incubator mlslon of the state of Florida Is ployed for such purposes. This '
dedicated tatoes for market.
recently.
Tallahassee Kla.--Five county closed for one hour. composed of Dr. I. E. Phillips has been extensively used in __n__ __ __ __ _, ___ ___
4 W : fairs have been held l during the Chicks showing symptoms chairman Jacksonville; Mrs. Europe for some time and in California -

tt past few weeks in "the east coast should be destroyed as soon as no- Katherine B. ,Tlppetts, vice chair during the past three years

1 district 'of Florida, according to II COMMON SENSE: ticed. The brooder house should man, St. Petersburg; Mrs.\ A., F. and has proven successful. i

Miss Mary R. Keown, district home Ply HI>II<]SSITUS JohnMOII then be disinfected with a 6 per Fanger Hialeah; A. A. McLeod, Emulsified asphalt consists of i We can charge

: demonsration! agent, who cooperated cent solution of creolln be said Bar tow, and George R. Hllty sec- halt asphalt' and half water the YES your 8 HR

y with local women and home Strict sanitation practices should retary and treasurer. Miami. The water acting as a vehicle by which I
;' demonstration! Agents In giving : JOINS! :FI.OIt111.1i'AIO11:1t4' RADIO always be followed. commission was created by nn act the surface may be applied with- STORAGE BATTERY InSmith's '
CLUB]
educational exhibits; After the chicks are two weeks of the 1927 legislature, for the, out heat and is of such fluidity as
I At the Volusla County Fair old their greatest danger Is cocci- purpose of conducting a survey n of to be able to penetrate and cover

It.ltcheolImpl'ovcmellt and garden- Neighbors hereabouts say that I diosis, which gains entrance thru all public educational institutions rock completely.The .

1: Ing were featured. In Orlando am one of the "jtnlnest! fellers" the mouth. They will droop receiving public funds, and was directed records show that roads Star)

special fruit flower and vegetable : they ever saw. "Spllds'ljlne\ any- around with projected wings, hud and authorized to prepare have been Improved by applyingthis Garage

h r r4 pageants were featured. They thing from an antl-mad-dog: dle up, and in a few days deaths such laws and legislative bills as surface over existing gravel at Fla.

Palm Beach Fair contained Interesting ciety to a co-operative" marketing will start and increase. it deemed essential for the efficient a cost of less than $2,000 per mile, .

l, exhibits on improving the organization Is what they say. Sick chicks should be isolated as organization and financing of the and maintained for about $30 per "

home and garden In Dade County i However,' they are slightly wrong.I soon as noticed and given a dose public schools of the state of Flor-
y the main exhibits dealt with interior do join lots j>t things but I always of Epsom salts, 4 ounces per 100, ida.

and exterior home Improve- pick the ones that are worth kept without feed for 24 hours,

r.t ment. At the Hrowunl county fair while and l will help me. and then given buttermilk and, Growers of Flagler.--county- are I

nn Interesting story was told! each My latest venture at joining has gradually brought back to the regular -' making preparations to plant Read What Your Neighbor Says !
just occurred. I
have joined the
g clay, these being Home Improvement feed. Preventing the spread more than a hundred acres to Bur I
; Gardens, Lawns and Lan- Florida Farmers' Radio Club, This of Infection Is pee's
most Important strlngless beans next springfor
; scap'ng. Poultry, and l Food Con- club Is the conducted Florida in cooperationwith Proper management plenty of the purpose of helping supply About J. A. Bauer's Blue Ribbon :

', a nervation, respectively Agricultural Ex- sunshine or cod liver oil, and the St. Augustine Canning Company
It tension Division at Gainesville strict sanitation will whose plant
keep baby was recently In-
G1HI.H HAT "Imor.\UU''I.i: : ;!' I I (where I go for a lot of my Information chick losses to a minimum, he con: stalled in that city according to Brand Plants 1
'f DRINK: :\III.K AMIHKST : ), and carries on Its programs cluded. the Bunnell Tribune. William II. .

1p I : Fun HKAI/ril over WRUF the state and i Smith representing the canning I
,. I University radio station there. The When frosting small cakes hold' -
t Starke
company and L. T. Nleland. demo Fla., Feb. 12th, 1930. I
,1 Lake Worth, Fla.-Every girl club w started the first of !March them
by toothpicks in the bottoms.Put onstration agent of Flagler
county, J/r. J. A. Bauer Judsonia Ark.
sZ who drinks a pint of milk eats and holds Its meetings over the radio the ends of the toothpicks : have been engaged in lining the ,

'Ik + two servings of vegetables and the first and third MondaysIn through the meshes of a wire cake growers the past few days up and Dear Sir: ": I
+! ?' Bleeps 9 to 10 hours each day each month. A lot of club features cooler and draw them out I
leaving they state that the outlook for The
a plants shipped Brownlee Bros. in last
order
Is and usually an excellent talk the your were
should keep a rosy complexion. cakes in place without touchIng big bean crop In that section is I
the belief of girls In the local Jun- are on the program which starts the frosted sides. very promising. for me. I must write and tell you how fine they are; have just i
e' ion Home Demonstration Club. at 12:18: and continues for 30 finished fifteen I
-- . setting thousand of them. Have never seen better
;," During Feb, 19 drank the pint of minutes. Resolve to grow legumes this Starke New equipment Installed -
xt milk dally, 22 reported two servIngs I find that I get a lot of good Information year. in local power plant. ones. .

of vegetables, and 18 met the and entertainment from Yours truly,

requirements for.rest the the Agricultural radio programs.Extension You know Division J. M. BROWNLEE.

t Use hot liquid Instead of cold Is putting on a dally agricul-

frosting tural program at 12:15.: eastern STRA 'BERRY PLANTS OF QUALITYFor Mr. Brownlee's letter speaks for itself. We sent Brownlee

sugar time and I listen In nearly every Bros. of
30,000 our bred
up Missionary Plants See what he
7"e 1 lumpy', The lumps will disappear day. Get a lot of good dope, too. fifty years we have grown and sold the best straw. thinks of
c" without the labor of sifting or Any of my fellow farmers who bury plant See our kind of plants. We can please you as well as we
crown. our agents and get your orderIn
A",, rolling. are Interested In hooking up with did Mr. Brownlee. See any of our agents and give them
with them mall
i or direct same to me. Plant crop Is your
t this radio club
can do so by addressing
( '. short this season advise order or order direct from me at prices in this ad. This makes
place to
Work at the Florida Experiment the Florida Farmers' Radio every so 'e you get order -
1v 4, & I Station during 1929 continued Club, Agricultural Extension in early and make cure of your wants. 50 years of fair dealings with the public for the Bauer firm. We

"' to show that fertilizing SpanIsh Division Gainesville Florida. sell more plants than all other in the' South
peanuts with either single elements They will get a membership card My nfii-nta are A. J. Grim, A. J. Thomas, .'. F. Flump, and growers combined,

:t' '' or complete fertilizers seldom with a picture of WRUF on It, Ur >wnl -o IlruM., Ilradford County Strawberry Asaolatlon we can fill your orders. We will have plenty of good Mis-

/1{ 't pays the test of the fertilizer. and telling them about the club end J. H. 1100"l.aw 'y. .,... Price crxxl Missionary, sionary, all through March and into early early April. We hope

tt- and their privileges as ntembers. from young beds, 1000 to BOOO, ';J. Over SOOO $::.Tiq: f. to have the chance to serve you. .
In a test of 39 varieties of cotton And they may get started to listening o. b. here.
1 r at the Florida Experiment regularly at the agricultural -

Station the best yields were made programs which will be worthwhile J. A. BAUER I.A.BAUERJUDSONA
W R by Willis, Lightning Express, Bot- to them.

tom's Prolific Miller Cleveland LOCK Hoc 38 .Jl"JSOSU.RK. ARKANSAS
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e "4 t, 64, Coker Cleveland 88, Acala 31. St. Augustine Orpheum theatre

h and Rowden varieties. opened with talkie equipment. -

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.........t : "pl' 0.......... .... ........#.. here last Wednesday night. of praise. In fact his whole ad- Starke, Fla.. Maf. 1, 1930 NOTIe1 : .

Mrs. B. II. Cornerly of Okee- County Preprr ,.
dress left a desire and a determi-
: Keystone Heights J chobee spent several days of last To bal due Feb. 1. 1930 J0.126.4J In Circuit .url. Tw..nl-RI,11 Ju,- ,
MI.. Helen Oejdee,. Cow nation on the part of his audienceto fly unit collected, &1<11.43 dicial Circuit of Flnrll. for '
'week hero with friends and rela- To bat due Felt. 25. 10.10 9.SII.9: Hrailford County. ,.

........................ tlvea.. do more and better work in the Fine A Forfeiture. II. H. )'u Complainant.rv I". 'j
Lv I To bat due Keli. I. 19JO 4.A05.I9
I
Mr. and Mrs. J. H.[ Houaer, Mrs. Mr. Otis Brockman of Starke future than they had In the past. h Hy amt. colerte! _ 2HR.HI/ \ vs.v ,

word is i lamp unto my feet, and I light unto my pith. Psalm 119:105.: Ella Bird and Mrs. W. II. Ogden was attending to business here Supt. Griftls presented the diplomas To bill due County 1<'.,,1. 2H.Italldlaar 130 3.8211.82 1. Qllreath Defendant.Maater', .. _ _ _

""" " leBaHe eMe HHHHeMeMeJHaieBeaHHHHHHeaeMe last Tuesday p. m. to the graduates in a To bnl. due Kvb. 1, 1UUO 1017.73 1.1.
..
drove to Palatka Wednesday. __ Notice la arlven " and by
vkzuu! All religious" teaching doctrine or Mr. Rippy of Gainesville! was straight frpm the shoulder talk To Ky bal.Hint due collectcil"'..h. 24! ,91\M.91 1111.82 virtue of that certain final decreemade I _ _
creed if they are to have claim On Thursday Mrs. Skinner Mrs. nnd entered by the IloneTableA.
any giving each his full mete ot praise 1II..ll.n..tTo .
here last County
visiting after-
and devotion of the Sunday /. Adklna I a* Jiidue. of the above
be
people must in
harmony with Walrath Mrs. Whale and Mr. Wai- and urging hal. due ""..I>. I. 193O KO.Oafl.KI named .
. IIILWrn the Christ everyone to live up to (Court on 17th day of July, A. ,
... whose words fit into every fold and crevice noon.Mr. Ity amt. collected 1,207.15 1 I'. 1929, In (that certain therein '
and of whom 'it was aid In John 7:46, "NEVER MAN rath were shopping in Jackson- A. B. Shaw of Gainesville their motto, "Not Finished Just To bill due Fell. 21.! 1930 18.U31.39 tiendlnir In chancery,e"UM.wherein ,

.... MAN." ville. was visiting here last Sunday.Mr. Begun." t',...n'" loll.. :II. I'urvla I Is complainant, and W. lIt.
To bnl.. due. ,"'..h. 1 1. 1930 70S.00Ky (Illrenth' In defendant. the underaljrned .

''11 ( unto thee even as thou wilt. And On Saturday Mr1' and Mrs. Oz- A. B. Surrency was' transacting Mildred Cone responded with a am(. collected ___ ._ 8IO.OU will on Monday) the 7th day rf _ _
------ I I zle Stewart returned business In Starke Thurs few words of thanks in behalf of To bnl. due Feh 2* J9.10 Silt,00 April A. p. 1910. durlnl the legal
her daughter was made whole to Keystone .
.
Total CcbSchooiII.EulerTo hour of "II. I . front nt
ISCNDAY SCHOOL from that very hour." Heights after spending the past day.Mrs. the whole class. The congregn bill due Feb. I, 1D30 '- itu.U20.93Ky the Houth .t the rourthotixe In

a LESSON two in Gainesville where J. II. demons and son, Alvin toii! was then dismissed by Rev amt. collertpil ____. . h!>7.7l the city ot "lark. and County of
ill. ThIs woman acknowledgedChrist years after which the To bnl dun Feh. IS. 1910* .. 19,183,22 Hr ml ford. 1'1.' .t Flor.I.., offer for '
Guy graduate
I "0 Lord thou Son of David" they had charge of the Graham attended the funeral of her Mun-Mcltool. notifed rain and wil .lt. th. ". and '

Hotel. Mr. and Mrs. Stewart will grand-daughter Irene Mills, at received I the congratulations of To bal. due Ft>l>. I. 1UU! 9.9SI.37Ky beat , t. the tollow.nl.
, ; and prayed. "Have mercy on their amount rotlc-tt* _._ KSl.dJTo dearrined land Iv log and
2:1: 1030C : Live Oak last friends.
. oil I MAHCH me"; and gave her reason; "my open the drug store in Keystone Thursday. bnl. line Fob. ?K. 1930 9,0'JS\ ). 5Agricultural Hradford County, Florld.i, to-wlt:
Messrs. O. J. Mott nnd Marcus S Knxl: Half of the .nlhw""I.I.r.t..r.t I
Heights the first of next week Mr. .
f daughter is afflicted": and persisted To Iml. clue "'vh. i. 1930 .. 1,0177.1 the Norlhwext ',lart..r and the .
fDr Jesus Teaching: and "Lor4 help me." and In humil- Stewart will also have charge of Conerly were visiting lu Jacksonville ........................ Ky amt. collected .u__ 6S.83 % Half of the : quarter
last Sunday.Mr. of NorthwoKt quarter nil In Sen- t
\ ity would accept "crumbs" from lho Pavallon during the summer. To bnl due Feb. 25. 1930 858.Mil et.I

rnD .:'n Text: "Ask and it shall the "master's table"; and prevailed !Mr. and !Mrs. Sydney Hart !Mrs.C. Harry Conerly of Okee- : HAMPTON : To tin I.M due lilott'n Feb.PrnnloH I. 11ISO .Funil._ 1017.73: 20 Knxt.: , _TownHhlp_ .Ionlh.. ," 'Kanica," ot

seek and shall chobee motored here Sunday and 4 511.. Alln Nlnmo. ('0.. I My nmt. ... ll. 68 N.I "tt.I"1 aald dei-ree.
II fOil ye 0 woman great Is thy faith"; II. Clark Mrs. Ella Bird and > <.Il.I. A. S CRKW, itttpecliil ________
' I, was accompanied home by his Ffh. 25 I to hal i1iiMt, >tn unik. and it shall be open- and was rewarded, "her daughterwas Mrs. W. II. Ogden drove to Glen ........................ ,tii,' Feh. 2X. 1930: \1I5S. 0OutNlnndlnNf Master In (C'hnncerv.
wife. bill N. and
II.
Matt. 7:7. NIII'I' V. KNlil'f. _ _ _
(011 healed. St. Mary nurseries on Friday. II.
Text: Matt. 15:21-31.: Mi- Paul Stewart of Jacksonville Next Friday .evening. at 8 p. m.. To hal due Fel>. I, 19.10 1,017.73 t.r Complnlnt.375144.NOTICH t ,
on The Woman's Club held their .
lly nmt. . MI.K3
spent several days of last Kev. Montgomery, pastor of the .1..1.,1
!IK lose of our last lesson NKKVIf-KS; AT KAXTOX regular program meeting Thurs I To bill I. due l 1.\ !!X. I I'1.10 PU.11) 1 1n"nd

,. ipuire' says (Matt. 13:54): ) day afternoon. Mrs. Thorpe of week hero with his parents, Mr. Methodist church here. will preach .(t Iht.I. liil. A Mlnklnw KitnrlTo sIiIttivv'a: I".N
and< Mrs. 1 s<;. T. Stewart. the commencement sermon for the bnl. ,I lP I..h. 1, Il.10!): tia,754.77
II. i\h"ii" he came Into his own : New York a guest at the Inn I Kyt collected
Regular preach'ng services and was
: '' 1'11 IS iltVKN under
That
'nth schoo ,
Mr. Curry of Paltaka was transacting n grade of I the public _ _
.Nazareth ) he taught Sunday School at Saxton church the speaker of the afternoon and ; To < I..h. 21. 1930' 02.711.77n. and by virtue of that certain writ, ._ _ _
" S biisiiieHS here last Tuesday. lit the Methodist church. W. ) <*f execution I I Ixaiied,. out of and under
J., 'I i their synagogue And next Sunday afternoon. Sunday gave one of the most. Interestingtalks MI' II. H. Crosby was trancact- Mrs. P. B. Hunt spending till Tty Illiinche, A"1""lln. 1) t'.NOTinJ the hand and aenl of the Clerk _ _ _

I '101 many mighty works school at 3 o'clock. fallowed by ever given at the club. Mrs.Thorpo's of tho Circuit Court nf Hi art foldCounty1
:r>K business in Starke last Tues week VaKlosla., Ga., the guest lio-'ause of their unbelief. preaching by Rev. Stairs of Law- subject was the sixtieth dn) of her sister, \Mrs. J. T. Thomas. Ol' KI.KCTIOYH.V : ; ICilli day, Ilorhl., h"allnl. 1. !!, on that

)h.'n told how King Herod ley. All Invited. anniversary meeting ot the Wom certain judgment for. In .
MI' O. B. Colson and It. A.'eeksvei'e Rev. Norris will preach at the the vented Hi thoh'u".1 M. Knliilit lena plaintiff I .h..1.
Imprisoned and killed an's which power thpI. I. _ _ _ _
d 4)t'liniHTiA.v Missionary Society was \\ attending to business I First Baptist' church of Hampton, of public I Inwt' rue! Ion ..f I lrn'l- I lirm\n wn. defemlnnt In the
t. 1 II, naptlst "When Jesus en eHt'U held at Columbus Ohio, the past : I fnril, county u FlorMn, hereby cull I is County i Judwo'H court of Jralor,1
' lii Jacksonville last Tuexd.iy. next Sunday morning and tho nn to be held ... t
on Hiiliirdny County
a ,t he departed thence by summer. Mrs. Thorpe of I .1"1"1 'lwlI. .rtU.e _ _ _ _
oi was one
Mr. Luther I hi r re 11 and< Harry United Brotherhood of Jackson AI'rl nt tho ",Reboot hotixoe In of whlih I Iho (.lr.1. _ _ _ _
I n' a desert place andi "Growing and Prevailing will 0,000 women who attended this I r"lowln.I i niunoil. ,1.lrl'll, : Court of Hi ml, ford county Jo
Baxter attending business vtlle and t their sinners will conduct :
were to will
multitude * and he [ No. 6; .llv. 9: have I luvled 1 upon und offer for
in wonderful and those who
i bo the subject of the ministers meeting in Slarko last Tuesday. the evening services.A. \ln'.hlt. No. 10: llcllhronn" No. Male and will xell situ 1..ln, the
nMr sick. sermon next at 11 heard her account of It were In- I HtH.n.. No. 10(I, to ileturmlnewlivtlur 71 h day April A. l>,. t I '
venlnK Jesus fed the Sunday a. in. Mi' C. Lltchfleld and son, Leland A. Ourdcn! was a bushiest . ,1 t thcne or the : 'I.irl I hour: of aaie. thereon In _ _ _ _ _
1..1\1.
Itc Bible school at lOa. m. The dued fortunate. She told of the were transacting business in visitor to Starke thin week. any of them ubiill 1'01..lhl.I. toelect front of Ih. ".."liu.r, \ of the couilIIOIIHO _ _ _ _

\, ''II the five loaves and two text (Acts 19:18-20): ) is a telegram beginning of the missionary society Starke last Friday.Mr. W. P. Blrt nnd family of Ala- I three IrilntneH, .1.1 I.te.mln" In the, "tl.k. County., _ _ _ _
(" his I tho tnltliiiffo I bi fiMH"HMt'. ..hl of Hriidfonl. I of t th
sent dlscli tln. 1"111.
v Then Jesus (before telegraphy) was invented) when eight\ women met one and Mrs.' H. M. (Galney weretransacting chun county, vlsltefl friends'" and ".'''Mol.I'le,1 I ,1.t..ld.I. . bimht( ami .. the. 'I

a boat across the lake. stormy afternoon and organized a i of I aia'su'u'IieI, Iii arid _ _ _ _
t )
from the seat of war announcinga relatives. t here 1..1".. 'o1111 "nl t.l"wl"M Ivl'l
business: in Slurke lastS last" Sunday.
''lortloti I In l I : . I City of ,
Into mountain W..llw" eIMI'I..I Ih. fll..I. 'I.Uurl _ _ _ _
wi'nt a whose
11-, : UI great victory for the "word of foreign missionary society (i U rday. Mm. Gertrude Roberts of LalieJllltlel' N""lln. J. 1..I.. In,1 c'nitnrare County, 1"11.1., :

li pray." At this tme! a God." Come. But remember that slogan was two cents, a week anda I the appoint I I"oil 'gi'rs. Ih.glnnlll, feet and three. inches _ _ _ _
Mr. Frank Reynolds of Graham was Kueit" of her par _ _ _
I Fur I ho l'i-p| nt I n it mild I Naurtb west corner of '
... i
i 'I!( (troy the boat and the bowing the head during prayer has brought into the treasury 45 week. eorhii. Joo Joluifinii B11 Al- I of Htarke. Florida. .. "ihs _ _ _ _

hill "Jesus went unto will no more save the soul than millions: of dollars. The anniversary Mr. and Mrs. D. L. Polk and Dr. Miller of Palatkn spent the 'ar.I For p I h' appnlnteil iMirponn i r.f"'ho'"I'rM.I Maidnlertloii of Walnut feet t Ibence,11.,1.I, run thunce lisa: run and Northtltv ,par _ _ _

King on the sea." There watching train will opened Sunday night; In ; J : vnnili'i'bllt I j: I I I illntrlct: : I Kerby lul. to Ninth Htreet I 143 ft. or to the ,
passing ;
a carry woek-end with his brother Ilr. M
Yo children nnd Mr. 1'1'arll spent < "
to Uin Kant: of Walnutatreel
< fan WliltehiMiil I nil I.
afraid." At the Ohio. ren'H > "v y lylnA _ _
Memorial
com- Hall Columbus
. yo\i across the continent.IMtKSIIYTKIUAX the wepk-end in Trenton with V. Miller our esteemed physician NUI'mll nrp l"p.llh.t I tOll lift .'". lying parallel to Maid
."< illS the storm ceased Tills. hall has a seating rapacity of Ihu'Unl'M". aiild Walnut t Hlroet, I hence run 8outli' analpuiralirt
friends and relativeI '\T. K. Wuadln one of Graham'sstmt''eNsful h.hlnl :: :
election$ I In, llollhrunti, : N.vl. with Walnut xtreet fifty ft .
became calm. "Then estimated
.; % five thousand and II was .'. and Mrs. Clarence! Strick btmlnnns! men was a (lrc..ii, l"rcw ltell I sft an.I WnltirI'lemmoiiH I:n\"ntii: WuKt to point of beeTlnnlnir.the .
re In the ship came that thero were 2,600 women who I arn ..appointed I t Same belnw nfty; feet, North nnd
-" --- land of Lacrosse sji nl Sunday I business! visitor here this wi-ek. 11.'I.I" South onnlnut Htret and, ,
Km' the of I
imriuiKQ
'unnlll
timed htm saying Of a Services March 23 were unable to get into these here as guest of her sister Mrs. Mr., and Mrs.V.. O. Ul.'nuutt nf elnet ins In IllNhiir illiitrlct i:: :I'I llari-v' Ihrouwh, sit I ii I IMocli I I Number
Sunday as
and I NVext In Additlun. to the _ _ _ _
ii art the Son of God. meetings. Nineteen countries I.DWln, llarlcy Mcllne and I.onnlo Tempi'
Hawthorn the t of Mr.
.n follows Itnlph Haztn. were uueHls City nf Stnrlie I _
: t'rafonl ; >l'ii. '---- -?
i iamo to the shore of lOa. m. Sunday school J. M. were represented and there were Miss Lubedta Pinhojstpr who\ and !Mrs. M. C. Sweeney. last Sun II' .PI.fln..1 J. ). My"c'halrniun. :nnd I Klin, I II I 5a'::1 I I .nlIcii; ; for the:

" m of Galilee) at "the approximately 1 500,000 love gftn! tiri bocn upending! mine time in (Iu)'. 1"11IM" of .aL.r'lnK wnld judriuit _ _ _ _
Truby, .supt. A. J. nniFFia.Sncretary I or "
. nnesaret of the Gadar- children of these school. "BIM.'V.
l< ( from the --. 97rt44In J. KI'PKHtMlM.
11 Morning worship Tampa returned homo last TUSH- _ _ _ _
i TKesenes) ." The peo- a. m. ser- tiny silk embroidered Unibles from 1- Sheriff of llrndford County. Florld.i _ _ _
, Ilt\% .\ Ill) MOVKSIHNTi
mon by the pastor "Losing One's 3-7-51-4-4
iii place "BrouBlit unto China woven mats and baskets day.Mr. 1 ( 1.1 ,
Life to Save It." Lewis Shrlvor was attend \ rooi) l'IUll''E'IN: -
diseased. from Africa dolls !hooks laces _
i lit were
; 7 : lOp. m. Christian r Endeavor< could 'ng to business In Slarke InatMonday. AM) DISTRIHUTIO.N In Circuit ('"iirt, TwentyJtlxth.linlli'lnl 111.:11': .. .5 1.11

in as touched were madewhole. "What Harriers People and almost everything one I i C'I"IIIH"I I ,Uur.1 County I --
Topic Keep -
Then came tones Imagine. Mr. A. L. Greene flnd Lea- Three prominentvholeaali I ,.'1".1,1., II t'tmnovry. Notice I I. wlveii. that I under ..n0 byvlittio _ _ _
son .
Away From Christ Leader J. 11' Sr ,! Chnrlowr. ,
and Pharisees Wednesday morning there f an of I Ihnt cei IHIn writ of execution _ _ _
!Miss Blanche Alderman. lie were transacting biinlneHH III packing and food distributing) .. .I( ,'iMlf.r' .1. V. KlchliterMr. liiHiied out of and under the _ _ _

'Why do thy disciples was a communion service by five Starko last: Tuesday. plauti In New England have recently hlx t ami noxt fri 1.11,1. hand. nnd ...,1 I of the Clerk ,of Circuit _ _ _ _
7:30.: Evening worship song and ( 'oiniJldliiuiit*. it ruol r.ui'ul Vlnrlill
the tradition of the eld- o'clock a. m. Memorial ball watt I I Cnurt ot i county -
The farmer's of this communIty merged. This la III line VH. henrlntt date 4Id, A. J'.,
they wash not their sermon. lied: , the women began to gather have already begun setting to- with the consolidation of non-" J. H. lltiff, rt. nt. I 9\1. I In t Hint .'.111..1 forerloHure
Prayer meeting Wednesday eve- 11.t"I.I"t. Mint wherein I.. II (Inlney was aom-
o'clock. 110l'etllan
t -n they eat bread. ning at 7:30.A : as early as one bucco plants. The weather Is fine competing food products\ : In orderto .. .. ,\i>i>enr plnlnnnt pail n. W. Hurry. wa d<-

i.ire the teachings and do- 4.000 women received communion foi' these plants, although very cut down overhend and distrib- To .J. If. huff nnd John' Tnnre I funilunl, h"I"I.t.r. peiuliiKf t In circuit _ _ _ _
cordial Invitation to all our ,' lire llvlnw, nnd If tleul, I. I I'oint of Hriidford' Cuiinly
bowl 11"1 ltol
i lejus with those of the taking bread from a bnd for several other We uting costs and! provide consumers leiCfitewH : ; : 1
services extended to all. props. 1"lr. "1.1 t.. .1. Florida, thet I hnve levied upon 1 and _ _ _
.
i Pharisees.i ( Jesus heal which Korean Christians had sent hope that the farmers accomplishvety : with cheaper and, better food. ViM. .., I reprenontutlve. or an- will ".1 I to thus hlKheitt bidder for
sent by "lln., nnd to Al 1'01'. firms slot i'UMI| frnnt of the Houth iloor oC
131 ond taught the soul'son lI.XYIUTOIUSTS] VKI>G and' drinking from a cup many returns f
they taught their tradl- Chinese Christians. It had been Mrs. T. P. Ward- and family place in the production of automobiles or pluee of buHlrip-MM I .In iinkno\vn tocoinplnlnitnta i ounty of I Ilrmlford.:: I State: : of Fi 'rl't"'I"I ,

, t4T.tNl).\ Ill) TOfHIXO KKIIVICE; tho of tho committee to find I ; That ,,1' I InlernntadIti t I Ihe 'lewral hour, of anle, nn _ _ _ _ _
thereby, "Laying as'de the hope were attending to business, In clothes, banking utilities thee ....1'1.11 lamlM lying' and t tie- i I I Ii day April A. It. _ _ _
indmcnt of God ye hold the "" sixty women who would give one Hamilton and Gainesville last newspapers and other lines of business. ''I In .. county, state of 1930, I r.1I,: I:, :,, lylnw; nnd i _
_
[" derrlbnil h a* I : I toni ty, ,, _ ___ __
on of men, as the washing Thousands of Florida motorists thousand dollars each to the workof Monday. 1 High hopes urn held< for the' 101'111. Noithwi-Ht '|tol"w., of I the hulnN: 11,111.

both tourists and residents( are the their hopes were NorllienMt, nnd the N'urlhniiHt .
!is! and( cups! ye reject society, We are very sorry to report t hILtMI' MiircaHs of hines production and 'iiuiirlvr Soulhnnat nunrter nf Moulheaxtiltiiii
themselves of the free but almost double fiiiarlnr I ' of !I the I qmiritr 't r nf *tction I 10; Southwentiliiarler I
mmandment of God that ye availing not only realized Aubrey llama I lt> lit with the ,l' trllJu tloll to benefit consumers or 8'i'lIin; : I' .NcmW'r: : of Soulhwext, iiunrler, liithalf

eep your own tradition." We Touring Service operated by the the number gave checks for one mumps. We all wish him a speedy An outgrowth of this better food< Six (1)(I /.11 -' I of "o"thw..t 'l 11111.1. WUM! ,halfof _ _ _ _ _
.1 I Standard 011 Company (Ken- thousand this sixtieth ann 1verRill' 1- ((22 Futat.I : $ou I CI'I'I.r Nor I hiast
be careful to I urn the true on recovery. service l idea linn been the develop- I 111.WI'I10f I I t you and ..n..t ..I you quarter, of Souiheaet '1111,1 of aecllcjn a.

'age of God and Christ and tucky.) ). Mr. Tom Markey was attending ment of a process wjilch It Is contemplated Hint have ill; all In townxhlp. SouthI'.IIIIKH
follow tfiem. This Touring Service will be On Friday night tile Chautauflua i>nen mud .1.tel.llll.. In .a Hnlt byr. I 19 KIIMI: for the purpoae ( f.ul.tylnl _ _ _ _
The opposition to business: III Sturku last Friday.Mr. will In the near future . I F. I( I'k 11.1. .t who niloptesIii patti execiitluu.W. .

.' Jews became so great'tbat'departed glad to route any trip you planto sason closed with the annual and Mrs. Clyde Kelly were Olen up an entirely now met hoc l: their hii roinplnlnt now fli J. il'lNltttut'4: : >
flirt In thl I I they are I
Into the coasts of make sending you maps and detailed '"Joy night." The program called visiting her parents. Mr. and Mrs. ot food distribution. Perishable ,,twner of the elItes fott Hlmplt Ihll title I here. Hherlff of Ilrmlford Comity, "Io.hl" _ _ _ _

and Sldon" northwest ofP information on the best "),;choel5 from Chuutauqua" con- Henry Sowtlls of Lacrosse last foods will be frozen at a temporu- to, unit. prny 1 ilecrre I..lnvlnl 3-7-6t-4-4 _ _

roads and shortest route to take. sisted of burlesques' on the differ- cloud'*. 'lul"lnl tlllo und t"r. '
on the Mediterranean Sea. Sunday. Lure of 50 degrees below zero so cloiirlntc I.

appears to be the only time 1 From state highway departments ent entertainments given duringthe 'Mr O. 'V. Barry was transacting' 'quickly that cull-destroying Ice I In mild. iii n.I. t'nnfrmlnl'nll..Lnolt.I I.1,.I. .MITK--H _ _ _

went out of Palestine except :' and other reliable sources, season. The first number was business In Starke Itt Friday. crystals' will have no time to form, 'l.r..t'Inullll. 01)any and a.1 I all 1 .perxoiiH,, firm In Circuit 1 Court, Twenty .tl _ _

Joseph took him to Egypt, tho Standard Oil Touring Service Farso and Hiss Company of The graduation exercisesof thus retaining the original frnsh- M.I I Corpol.nllo".lh..I.I : I I I" I Ih.ro- Judicial I Circuit: I I lirndford I..., ,i : .

babe. receives weekly reports on the con- Blunder Workers" with Mr. 11. R. of the food. It Is claimed tnI' ordered you, cald le-. Florida.' In Chancery.City .
a A writer on the les- 1 the Brooker Junior High school ness r.ul"l., .". or not mimed of "I.rk., ('rporalon.
, ,lye: dition of roads throughout the Weld as "Farso" and the Misses on February 28th. were well attended that berries' fish.nlld vegetables klnwl Inkn"wn.. abaunt, concealed ('utu pliu I .

country. Because of this fact, the Helen Lawrence and Arneeta Ogden or non.r..II... at otherwIXM, alt, V*. 'a _ _ _
here several for the well can be transported In thla form
were arranged
reasons ; pr I nl complaint: atexhibited : J. 11. McKlnlny et al. _ _
retirement.a ((1)) The in- Information It furnished is up-to- the company. Second number grain, the beautifully decorated across. the continent In perfoctcond.tlon I, I i IOo ptni: net you oil or Isforalonlav Defendant.
of A. I' .IR. '.1.. _ _
the Hevenlh day l"urrrlnsire
mg temper of the religious date and authentic. was, "Jac!
rs against Jesus. ((2) Thee Durng! the first twelve monthsof let and rarltone by Jack Weber. each of the graduates performedtheir facilities are provided. In tiradfol-d. County, Florida, In an to SIte bil tl"I In Ih. 1'''.
Ser- the "Pink awer the bill of complaint, n* exhibited which to forecloae ,leavIng.
themselves seemed to fall its operation, this Touring Third number was part In the program reflected -. atfiilnat you, fulllnw, whIch n lien aMjalnat Lola One ( I ), Thirteenmid

from him. ((3 Herod had vice has routed a vast number .of Room Players" in a tragedy In one credit not only to the graduatesbut Ilradenton Florida Citrus Exchange decree of this court will be enteredutriilnxt Fourteen ('I U of I lock Kleven.

ilered John the Baptist and motor-trips to every state in the act those taking part were Mr. E. also on the entire school. stores opened for business The Ilrailford you.. County Teloaraphpubllnlied of((11)I In. .1..1., ..*Carrie nddltlon W,to I.lddn.Town

!now thinking that Jesus was union CalNlda' and Mexico, to thetourlsta' J. Larson, Vivian Anderson, F. The stage was beautiful as an Hlver Junction Construction In Stark, Hrudford ..11.tv widow, Mr*. lOvelyn Halley and I'. Fl.Itallny _ _ _

rsen! again. ((4)) The entire satisfaction.A Walrath, Jr., Morris Skinner, Al- old fashioned garden with the of Hlnson Furniture Store buildIng inted Florida a* ,tho le newHpnper hereby alo.ig.In nf an her hl..nl.' ** helnic, property the owner soil _ _ _

VB needed more private in- card or letter addressed to bert Stolte and Bill Dull winkle. white picket fence and gateway In \. practically completed. which this notl<* Rhnll be ;publihe< the *. i.rr:: *. Carrie VV: l.lddon.:
number the once week fur four COMBUI-UI lvWITNKH.S widow, Mr. lOvelyn: Hal ley and I'. M. _ _
Touring Service Standard Oil fourth and last was Delray Bench City Council .
tlon. the form of an arch, over which ... Halley are non-rexldent or cltlaen

e events of this. lesson ceil Company, Louisville! Ky., stating Rough House Bunch", Holland the class motto "Not= Finished authorized< building 140feet extension : my hand. nnd the Meal of the HIaIn of II.rlll. that theirixldreev
what with Mrs. II. R. Weld to board walk south of of this court tbla th. 4lh day. of of t'unll.I I of lleoritln.whime .
wish and Bell new
I where you to go Ringers Just showed, effectively. ..
during the second summer Begun very March, A. 1). I93O.ft. .Iro.l I I. unknown;

ails' ministry and the low, points you would like to Includeon athe mother, Jo Wilson, the Banketa and bowls of pavilion. I. W. 'Ar.TI*IM"N. that they ....h are over 'rwenty..n.yrlirs ..
fath- ('l'i'k circuit ( of nicei That there I iii perm
mast of Galilee may have your trip will bring In Immed- daughter, W. II. Ogden the sweet peal, decorated, the front. (iOfllclnl I Hii I) County 1r"U"I'd Jo'I"rll .> In th. state of Florida aervlreof '

'd I him to retire to the cooler iate reply giving detailed< information e'r, Leland Howard Jack Weber The processional beautifully Political AnnounccmcntHTo lay lir.ANOIIK: ) .: a aubpoena upon wh..r, would
the A. ". CllI'lWH.& bind either of the. atd defendant
r lands. But even then he as to the shortest route and and Hurold Lawrence sons. rendered by Miss Iris Brown announced Solicitor for. Complainant I I* therefore ordered. Thnt Mr*.

iniHy. One of the most prom- best road to take. This service is The committee In charge of the to the waiting congregation LTFM ATTo.\ny' 3.7.51-4-4. (''111. W. Uddon w".llw." .Mr*. Wv-
und P. !';. Malilflefendniita
consisted of Mrs. E. A. ---- ----- .Iv" UII.y.
I appeals to him for help is free of .charge. program that the ceremonies were To the. Voter nt 'Ihe Twenty- I\ TIH': "AI."I be and they are 1'1111'-I
N it'll I'll; OF
mated In the lesson "A wom- 0SKCURITY Smith Mrs. B. II. Weld Arneeta about to begin. The procesdlon Sixth" Juillrlnl I'trriiltt. I her.l.y us.nunc. ed ti> appear In the 1,11 nt complaint,
. my camllflacy for the ounce"C filed In aald "IU "I h..r.r.
and Helen Ogden.
r Canaan cried unto him FOR AUTO.MOIi1L1 was led by Professor Laird principal Hial n Atliirnny i>t the Twenljr- Nnte. I I. hereby given that |iur- Monday the Seventh day of April. A.
X: Have : TASKKNtJERS; : On Saturday evening the Woman's ) of the school followed by dilh, Jurllnlal 1 Circuit rnrtiprlnlnitItakttr : thttt certain linn I deer*.* D. 1930 nlherwla I Ih* alienation
mercy on me, 0 Lord Club served a St. Patrick's Union amt JlrarJ/or,1/ countl, ".d. on the 2H nh dnv of Jo'.hr.Llrv. nf aitld l 1.1 ll i| wil I I I be taken ax confcxaed -
Son of David ; my daughter Porfessor W. A. Little of the Unl- Ntikijm to th. llvmorrntlQ 1'rfmarjr( A. I 11130, :ly I Ihe jtKlitn :: l h y .. .' Maid defendant
supper in the club bouse. The vejfllty of Florida< who deliveredthe Klerllun ot Jun. 3rd.' 11130 If 411.1'1.d. l uult' Court of I he iHlh! : Judicial Circuit It I Iu* further ordered. that thl'.* no-
vousljr vexed with a devil. The growth In population of all' tables were decorated with green 1 promlna. an a, irussiv.. ..n.ir- In nnd for Uradford (''Unlr' tire be publlahed once a w...k for S
woman was a Greek, not a steel automobile body Is exemplified graduation address. Mr. A. Ii. ir'tl and economical udmlnlitratlonnt Florida, In Chancery, In a cnae four ..01..llv.I week In the llrndfird -
1 and white and the girls who served Surrency, number of board of the affair ..f the ..,tI"*. Ana I ing In poll\ court wherein llradforil C'otiiity 'r"I"lr..ph a newxpnprrof
and not one of the favored by the fact that a leading man- caps and aprons. wish. to ursurs you 1 will' appreciate County U.rk. corporal in,,. In com Keniiral el ., puhllxbed IIIHturke
a as God's people. But she ufacturer recently announced the wore green public instruction Miss lees the nuppurt ot all. p..lnnlt., ., Clara C'rltwt"ro. a lruiil ford' county. !'I.rll..
heard The Craft Club will hold their Kewmans teacher of history KVKUKTT: nr. JOHNS w.l"w. .t al. are .. h. un.lln..1 yvitnex. the aeal of this eDlrt. aien -
of Jesus and had faith completion of 500 stations over annual sale at the Inn on Thurs- Hturke, florid. .. a* Kpeclal. Mnaier In the name of (I. W. Alilnrm.in.
j power and goodness. How- the nation to service these bodies. Ivan Hazen, salutation. ' al 1 day afternoon. Ruby Kelly, historian. Male ami r'I" nt Auction to Marib, A, I). Uto.:) a
Jesus "Answered her not a Extension< of these stations to Include ates AIIrn.7 the hlh Ind beat bidder for man O. W. AF.nKllMAN.

1 1. And his disciples besoughtto a world-wide service Is now Ozena Greene, address, to eighth at the I tour of the County (oincliil 8-nl) Cl.rk of Circuit Court

........... grade. Tit the of the Tw.ntRhth.ludle1..1 Court lloue, In Htarke, liriulfurilCounty lly 1I1.ANCIIW AI.liKKMAN.
"send her awayJesus under way. :........... :1 voter, Florida, during the ..al Deputy f'lerk
to the Kveretto Galney class prophet. ( Circuit omnraclnir linker of Male, the 7th day rutApriL A. ".
woman "I am not sent The all-steel body was the fore. ho"rl on CIPWH.
L'nlon' and Ilradford onuntlftN, 1 hereby -
I BROOKEK J .
: Mildred Cone clan poet. A .!>. 1530. the followlhic di.- f"I..I"r t.r
unto the lost sheep of thee runner of safety construction In .announce my candidacy for the Hcrlhed land* lylnir and being Inlirialforil IM i
Miss Pearle Galnrf 4> Malcolm Lewis, class. will. nin' of Htate Att rn..y of theTwentyHI &
..
of :
Israel. When Jesus first the automobile. And In spite of recent at ii Judicial Circuit ofFlorida county Flnrl' 1"-,1

out the twelve to preach he and valuable innovations, 4 +4> >4>4>4>4>.*4> Mildred Morgan, valedictorian. ,itubjftrt to the Democrat The. Houthweat. of I &t Northwest AI'I'fI.: Htl.M
>4> Ve>4>4>4>4>4> HH>4> > Mr. May, chairman board of Primary Election of June 8rcl 19.10 h..Ul quarter ho -
Matt 10:5-6): ), "Go not Into such as four-wheel brakes, non- J and count' your nupporf. I have. held quarter and the Houthwant quarter.
several Instruction Mrs. Laird of the Notice I I. hereby gIven that tinker
Lois Galney spent public of the Northwest quarter
Way of the S S But the like it Miss this position before and am familiarwith
Gentiles, go shatterable glass and Hoiilhwem quarter and the Houth and by virtue nf that certain final
with relatives) In teacher of English Mr. E. M. IIa- the duties pertaining: thereto
"I'" to the lost sheep of thee has remained pre-eminent. days of this week anil If nominated.I eflletent half of the North half da.''. nt fo.reci'uure ma.le and' ron-
Jacksonville. zen. chairman of board of trustees r..ocrI"o"m::: an.. of the Northwest' quarternf dered on March - A. D. 19'in tuyflinoratuls
.1 t
,
of Israel. But after bis There are more than 6,000,000 enr retln a< the Hnuthweat quarter anI theWeat A. /. Adklna: Judare;I nf theTwentySixth

h and resurrection, Just be- steel bodies of but one make now !Mr. R. 11. Greene was transact- Supt Griff. ft tnlnlnlratlon,... and will nt appreciate the afTalre the of support the of- half of the N.rth."t quarterof Judicial, Circuit.' In
Tues took their uf the and for Hradford County, Florida In
his lag business In Starlce last After the procession of all voter III said election.A. the Houthweat quarter
ascenson into heaven, Jes- In-the United States, and wherein
In use Hnuthweat quarter nf Hecllon il*, hat: certain cause the low
8. CflKWH
said' to his disciples, "Go ye millions more of other makes. day. places, they remained standing Btarke. ,Via. Township S Mouth ICanare tt Suet .I-Imlh Company, a corporation
all !Mr. L. R. Galney was attendingto during the prayer by Rev. Guy of and cnntanl'nw: ( 35 acre more or lean, ., and ft. 4'. Sweat and S
the world, and preach the They are a feature in cars of all Alan the Northweat .I".t"" of the Hnlah A. Sweat are ,defendant, Ikeinilerltfned
'"I to creature." from five-hundred- business in Jacksonville last Starke. roll IIKI'HK.IKNTATIVK! Southwest quart. .. a* apeclal master wIll
every classes
price Then followed the class song uarter( off Section ID, Town ell: for rash. to th* hlarheHt: and host
he Thursday
woman came, "And wor- dollars roadsters to costly limousines. took I take this' method of announelaCmy chIp, 5 Houth Itana-e 22East bidder. In front of the Court Uoowe i
of Starke which the graduates
Laird after
P"d) him laying Lord help Prof. and Mrs. randldary for repreaentatlvefrom anJ containing 10 acre moreor door In atark.. Bradford county
were visiting friend here last places in the program. Bradford county, subject to action lea*. also fcjaet hal of Lot 41 Jo'I.rld., .,, April 7th. A. D. .
Rut he answered<< and laid It Motorist are paying more attention Professor Laird then IntroducedDr. of the Democratic primary of .n4 Fa t half of t*> In SectIon 1930 durinI the legal hour. of ealo,

ot meet to take the children'sI to what Is under the paintof Thursday. June 3rd. elected I pledce my- Twp. 5. Mouth llana-e IX K...taccordlnir for purpoae of satisfying saId
I Mr. II. P. Gainey was transactIng Little the speaker of the evening elf. to ;,rkl for the .lt Intereete of to plat recorded In the final decree the following describedreal ,
and cast It to dogs." When a car, and insisting on the best last few well chosen words. the County and tate publlo reoorile of Kradford County. eetate, lyIng and being In Uraelfurd .
Duller in
business In Lake a ; aT'r.: : In flat Book 1, I, eaf.l county Florida to-wlt!
tudy the customs of those days and safest construction as a safety at support will he Florida, page ,
address of Prof. Little was each The Northeast of the
Tuesday. The appreciated. N. D. WAINWJMOirT. lots containing o acres mol. quarter
people) these word of Jesus guarantee. been all. ills few or leN IncludIng un.-h.1 of abut. Southwest quarter of Hectlon Thirty-
not cruel Mr. C. Mott who has greatly enjoyed by tine roadway, to said decree three (3.O: To"n.hlp nix II) Huuth.Itanire .
as they seem. But, Beach'- some time in High words of communication: to the Cx.EHK.-S REPORT which I I. of record In the) omce Twenty-two (2 East, coalalnlna -
pending
woman said<< "Truth Lord: West Palm Expenditure Wed- and patrons of the Clerk of aald court ; 40 acre I.... e S Sp3
for Springs returned home last faculty, graduates A. 84. CTIIOWS. M. JOhNS
the dogs of approximately 178.000 Report of the Clerk of Circuit
crumbs
eat of the
rh Curtis-Wright needs made each one feel that h. or she Court In and for Brad fore) County, Sp.e.1 Maater. Rneela.1' Master In Chant,..
fall from their masters' ta- improvements at ... H. M JOIINX A. 8.
Warner Mott of would do even more another year Florida on account of Taxes a..4 ** CREW'
Then Jesus 0 Flying Service Palm Beach base, Mr. and Mrs. for the year 1529. Solicitor for Complainant Solicitor Cumplalnant
answered
nan !flclals of line. Hague was visiting Ills mother 1m order to really merit his words C. A, Knight Us collector. I-7-lt-4)-4) ]. .1.lt.4. 4
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t PAGR EIGJIT ImADF'ORD_COUNTY_ TxxisanArH_ _STARKB._FXORTCA_ _FltnUY._:M.\itfit.!,1
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1f which 4,000 women had bat- We get up by Bee, d
State pardoning board answers -- b(
Bradford County Telegraph criticism of Its pardoning three tled their way in anticipation It's getting to thaI
From Other Pens J convicts engaged In a shooting affair I around town 1 1The of being the first Inside. Where we must n. (rrlgbtll,k '
,II--r 1 ; Established 1877 with OHceola county officers, The police remained on On how to malt ", cck j.

'" .. ..' -..--- .. __ ..., ----.00 after being paroled, by stating petitions duty all day, seeing to It that heard urn >
Class were 'presented asking foi advertising of the eager shoppers went Above a tempera.. , I
Published Weekly on Fridays and Entered as Second Do) not let sentiment cross wires most potent i '
4Fi about their buying according And now , I"1
tbey'vi
i with your common sense.-Apop- clemency If this policy Is adopted the week comes from IlenoStarke'u I .hs(
; Matter at the Post Office at Starke, FloridaE. to the strictest traffic regulations cars
ka Chief. When sentiment steps in by the board' the state prisoncan ( Harlem) where, to ballyhoo '
in abort order, for' this week, So we can curse
be emptied dance given '
a
_______ _____ Owner and Publisher common senso take fllghto 'net
S. Matthews, ___ __ u friends and relatives have no posters were distributed containIng After the battle, sweepers When that front t t", ,hht, ,

'' J. C. Robinson ____ ___ .. .,_ ,_ .__________ Managing Editor ------ trouble getting signers on petitionsfor : picked up one skirt, numerous And throws ua lu.. i?,?,?, dh!:
.. - .-- ... . ---- --.--- Plant City Is still shipping release! of "prisoners, not that Well Charlie, I am going. purses, nearly 'empty, shoes, Though we pref.-i, ,. ;,
-- RATE strawberries without a hitch and the prisoners deserve clemencybut Mo\ too! Where tohe hats, handkerchiefs. and gar- ou tThere -_ *
SUBSCRIPTION Starke and Lawtey have openedthe
because few can resist the DANCE In the JUNGLE We ters. doubtless ";.
:r + Yearly, $1,50; Six Months, 75c-Payable in Advance ball. Florida Is booming ag pleas of a wife or mother that the all are going and let's be tures. tea,1

Advertising Rates on Application riculturally. Times-Union petition they have be signed. FUNNY that way at the And to think that the Idea is While listening to<, ,\II,, uppn!

"". -11. ? .SS **- " ".-. "1 5 -- .- .....!. --o----- Bradford County Telegraph. And MASON HALL. prevalent'' that these bargain sale Can't hear those btt. ? i cat,
J ,1 -
Wauchula Advocate l Is watlng then there might be a dispositionto scraps in the movie comedies are era

Eight t dollar berries bring smiles to the growers. for some legislative candidate to place some attorney or repre- Stand( Hack! vastly overdrawn.Will When mama shout Oed

Ot announce for re-election "on his sentative of tho petitioner-who The posters did the work, how- ahead!"

advisable to to ginger-up on ginger extract. record." So are we.-Starke happens to be closet to the throneIn ever, and the' crowd was there; you allow just one little And says you are lunatic
It is not try
Telegraph. It's not being done in question? and then I'll be good
t a soft spot. It has been done. the only fly in the ointment of the Just turn the radlola
t't'y' { 0--- Jo'iorlda.-New Port Richey Press -South Jacksonville Journal.Notwithstanding 1 ticket seller being that over fifty the rest of the day. What profits And drown her out !d10)

r p New York state still holds the lead in number of visitors -- --- o percent of it was trying to crash I a woman !if she buy one skirt and '- wife, n,

coming to Florida. Seems like the good old trap that It has beena the gate. Some of the fairest of loseth another In the process? Punta Gorda --
Mintal,,
the fair succeeded but to '
sex one
when Baker
ping days the County
year since we had an argument course opened on
)
->---- Tht Last Frontier Ta\iorlttl,
damsel the ticket seller turn- .
Press announces that during the about the standard single-column poor I site Hotel .
,
Chart ,
Key West Star's definition. of home is a place where. you trapping season $7,000 has been width measure of a newspaperour ed a cold shoulder, saying "Stan' (Written on seeing and hear- po .. i ilafl
ing of these radio LaBelle Stre. < ,
back there gal! Stan' back Evenif one equipped mpro,
can trust the hash. paid out In Raker, Bradford and contention being that 13-em
y cars parked the main street of work completed In 't ii, ,
Nassau counties for furs-Times- measure Is standard-The Largo I was let tin' 'em in on looks you on ,tOt,
;, i o Union wouldn't get there 'cause you !is so our peaceful little city) Winter Park Sentinel is still discussing the
i Scissors Slice Mayor's Dignity headline. Terrible, but received by llolllni
\. -o-- question, even misquoting us. The black I can't see you I i "iPgl||
,, it could have been his neck Wauchula Advocate Is watlng state supreme court has held that The home without a radio Madison D. M sander
1 Is I"artt.as silk,, ndkwovenj
eryetore.on.West ,
Dusky l'bJloHolhy Pnuhn'
for some legislative candidate toannounce 13-em width Is standard measure,
0 We to bed by Wagner and 1
,\ go being repainted
for re-election "on Ills
so that settles It. Palmetto
a As thO" South Jacksonville Herald remarks we all favor This hard-heartednes of the
Starke
record. So are we.- News Don't know !how that year-
i a tax someone else has to Telegraph. Both of us probablywill old argument got hack Into circulation door-keeper failed to dampen the

; ." pay.o- have a long walt.-Wauchula again with errors noted, ;' spirits of some of the would-be
,. revellers, however, and as the
Advocate
Y thousand but the supreme court ruling YOUR
Even if the permanent does date back for two strain1! of a particularly torrid
-o-
doesn't mean a thing when 90 per
. i ; ,;. i years is no proof it's permanent. There's a stork farm In Levy cent of the national advertisers slow drag seeped through the
walls they took to the street and / r
w
0' county.- -Starke Telegraph. There and papers'use' 12-era measure or
I'" must 1 be a helluvalot more than has much business Indulged In a wicked shake of their
less. The court as Passport
: : for the June this is
I If you haven't registered primary, a one.In Citrus county.InverneesChronicle. telling newspapers what pedal extremetles. One of them
'
r {, reminder that time is getting short. And all of them are width columns are standard as the observed, "Huh! What's the use of

( ,' 0 howling successes.Miami Beach newspapers would have In telling paying two bits to go !in that ole r__
: to theRealm
the recent similes imposed the public: Ast Sun. the court what sock supporters! are hall when were got ninetyninemiles :
Among on "
_0- standard for judges of this good ole hard road? _
c4 ; : 'j it''. ,: useless as a newlywed's budget without an eraser There's a stork farm In Levy
pIt .
t , \ -ey county. Starke Telegraph. And And not meaning to point out a ofWealth
' : in view of the fact that it is new a state officer should be plac- moral, of course, but how is that
'r- '
I' boasting of few lakes claim the
Every community a now
y ed at Macclenny to check up on
we suppose would refer to it as the for a lesson in contentment?
I i ; distinction of having the best fishing in the state. state's baby industry. Lake the reported "speed trap" existing .....

""j't v o- I Worth Herald. Rather. one of the there, he would probably report \VutrnVulrat! !
that only about one out of ten
i t Miami Beach is not down-hearted when it is engaged in oldest motorists observe' ? the speed lawsor
-o- A whole day of rather drab
It's not
road riches
traffic regulations and that a rapid to the
two millions for improvements.
municipal
ut spending Erldu l Is the name of a commun- newspaper reading was brightenedby
,r5I I ; o ity in Taylor county, joining up speeders are only getting what this little dispatch: way of savings. But it'ssure
4 they deserve Very few speed ar- ,
with Etaoln on the left and New York-Traffic Officer
i AA Regardless of the Literary Digest's prohibition poll result -
tists are honest enough to come
Shrdlu on the right.-Starke O'Toolo can, single: handed, road.
,. I this section of strawberry country is decidedly wet. Telegraph. What's the matter over clean with an acknowledgment of untangle the most perplexing straight Every six months

Kil t1P p i there anyhow-and Taylor a wrong-dofng the old when familiar caught howl but set of traffic jam In any of Brook- your interest is added in, and in the
good old Cracker county, too!- up ]lyn's busiest streets, but whena
the best further
It to
1 seems way get fly appropriations peed' traps" as did one home-

!i n 'i' would be to let'the state republicans exterminate the money. Apopka Chief. o ,' ward-bound tourist passing advertises ladles' ready-to-wear silk dresses for shop a meantime your money is SAFE and
through Bradford 76 when ,
at ,
per
of. Florida's system of taxation halted road dollar that's something growing growing-. growing .
f. It wouldn't be so bad going to war for the dry law, as'' bears down heavily on the Intelligent \- Starke Telegraph.by i a Thanks patrolmen.-r-You: different.'
and industrious, and let's the The officer gave one look at
a one minister desires, but who would want to fight for the' dishonest and lazy slide by easily. have the right' dope. The driver the crowd of bargain-seekers One dollar will open an account with

bootleggers? -Dunnellon Sun. Paint that In' who runs a car as It should be run collected In front of a shop in' us.
need have n'o fear of alleged
box-car letters on the walls of our Fulton street today, and put
t o legislative halls "speed traps" or any other traffic in a call for assistance. Twen- PER
A Loyalty in the small things of life is always commendable -o- regulat'onSj! !' whether in Baker or ty-five foot policemen, fifteen 4 CENT INTEREST

? outside of it being an indication what a person would In case you do not already knowIt Bradford.-::Macclenny Press. mounted men and two emerg-

y do( in the more serious phases.of life. an exchange says a hug is a -- ency trucks, manned by ma- '
round about way of expressing affection. Among the\, super idiots[ of Flor- chine guns and tear gas bomb Bradford County Bank
o .-Starke Telegraph. Anda ida are the,,,people who accuse Dr f 1 Fort Meade has adopted the pay as you can plan of paying kiss the short-out. High Wllmon Newell and( the membersof appeal for aid.

"' 4 city taxes. That ought to be a good town to live in-if Springs Telegram. And the short the plant board of Inventing the It was an hour before the Bradford County's Financial Stronghold
cut Is appreciated more after following modfly to keep themselves In office combined efforts of these
you can pay taxes, alright; if you can't alright. STARKE FLA.
the round about ,
l 1 way There was no danger of Dr. shock troops had cleared out
0 --o-' Newell lOlling hU job, medfly or the entrance of the store into
Plant City Enterprise says six queens will beat anythingin County commissioners of Bradford no medfly. The members of the

the deck. Some fellows holding a smaller number of aces county which should have started produce something some- They plant receive board are only not enough paid salaries.to pay ,'-.. ": ':.' :.: : ' . : -. .:' '-7': : :' . ., ",- ,: '. . .: ;....;,'; ..

' a have been known to beat a bullet through the nearest!:! window taxes overlooked by many advo- their expenses while the board is

cates for tax reforms. Possibly to In session.'': As they are all business -

.a ,t enforce more of our present tax or'professional!: \ men of large
laws as a test would be a goo.dstart. ( affairs' the more of their own time
}; i Plant City's first strawberry festival closing Saturday .-Crescent City Journal.. they,I lve to the state, the more

1 night, was an unqualified success, between forty and fifty -oA -- financial, loss they suffer. And, NitrogenPotashTop
' foolish fellow in New York from what ,;we. know of them, we
thousand people attending in spite of adverse weather conditions -
fell asleep and got himself afire don't believe: they would make
from his corncob pipe. Six tire trouble for the state to make mon-

F 0 departments responded In an effort ey for themselves.. Finally, discontinuing -
to extinguish him.-Lake ,the plant board( would
1 Alabama state geologist in commenting on skeletons unearthed -
Wales Highlander. Something not put them. out of office, for
s says "women haven't changed much in the last ten fishy about this story, as the usual they are also members of the state Dressing

1 thousand( years or so." And with all Of that they are still pipe would require six firemen to board of control, which is In no
keep it lit.Instead way connected with plants nor Insect -
considerable of,a mystery
.
-o- pests.Dunnellon Sun.o
o of having the supreme ----- -

Colored farmer of the Live Oak section received a net I court rule on the laws of last session A well known manufacturer of
I one by one, wouldn't it be canned soup advertised his product 0 .
profit of $800 from thousand crates of
one turnip
greens possible to have the last session \ widely for its delicious wholesomeness -
grown on two acres. The industrious farmer can make good declared Illegal?-Starke Telegraph 'Now it appears that it

''F with most vegetable in Florida. It does look like they could will be more so than before, for
any Now is the time
f shoot all bills passed by the legislature this soup maker, who operates the after the rains to apply a top dressing
1 1a' a l direct to the of its kind in the
r i! supreme; largest plant
in order
Growers must wake up to the relization that strawberries -: court after they were passed, so world. Is going to use thousandsof to carry over your berry crop in good shape for

included their legality could be determined Florida tomato plants. The best prices through the
are not in life's necessities and housewives can shipping season.
at once, and thus cut out thousands Starkn Telegrnph says that a hun-
.(+ live without them. 'The berries must bfe of such quality and of dollars expen e. Pal dred acres in Bradford county will

?. the pack so inviting that they are bought to give the family a metto News. be devotee to growing tomato Nitogen will push out new growth and bloom and
plants especially for thla brand of
-0-
'
. treat. A demoratlc legislature'' In I soup. A number,of the farmers of will make,large berries. Potash will help the bloom to set
'\" 0 Kentucky has passed! for the second the county have agreed to grow"
f.liI't ( time Governor for the and improve the quality by making the berries
, Federal over samp- these plants Campbell Soup firmer,
, trade commission has ordered the "army stores"t'
son's veto, a bill which providesfor Company. County Agent Ulcken-
A to divorce themselves from the army. These stores long ago the refund of license fees to baker working In cooperationwith brighter and all-round better shipping quality. _Jf your

,i ceased selling surplus army goods but still they found the motorists In case of fire, theft or Agricultural Agent Nix of the fruit is large but lacks firmness, apply from 50 to 100 Ibs.
accident.! The bill has its merits. Seaboard Air Line railroad, has ,
,; 1 name sufficient to sell many "bargains" at a better price than1r'
' Why compel an automobile owner been able to have the promise of straight potash.
" they could .be bought elsewhere. to" pay for a service he is not receiving the production of approximatelyone
I' ? A license entitles him to hundred acres. No Individual
0 use his car on the highways. If farmer Is taking on a very large Your local fertilizer dealer can supply with the
}, Considering the number of local vagrants and crooks in the car is stolen, burned or smashed acreage, and there 1 III no reason you

b t\ Duval county, the citizens should reward their sheriff with al. In an accident the state Is takIng why the product cannot be pro- nitrogen and potash,, which should be mixed about half

l.' celluloid repeating pistol for his elaborate plans to clap Al ceives.no return Those for Kentucky the money demo-It re good duced profit in Bradford, the Telegraph county at says.a and half, and applied at the rate of 100 Ibs. per acre.

t j Capone in jail as a "vagrant without visible means of sup- crats have stood up for a rather It is also, understood that the

,;:; port" if he arrived in Jacksonville via airplane as expected. worth, while principle. Ocala Campbell Soup Company Is mak-

fI"J'1 Outside of Chicago Capone is likely to attend to his own business !- Star. ing arrangements with Suwannee, e .
-o-- Columbia, Alachua, Union, Dixie,
' ; ' an example Duval's sheriff could follow The county commissioners of Madison and Jackson county farm-

id 1 0_ Bradford county have passed a era to grow tomato plants. The
resolution to stop the use of land company uses millions of plants EDUCATIONAL AND SCIENTIFIC
h;{ t If thirteen mills state tax were taken off thru adoption In that county for turpentine and anually ana, by buying In Florida BUREAU

ii' of a sales tax and no scheme was figured to return part of the timber purposes upon which the early In the, spring can keep their

sales tax proceeds back to the counties, in Bradford county state holds tax certificates. The plant in 9peratlon almost con- N. V.
preamble to the resolution recites stantly as far as tomatoes are con- Potash
;r it would mean that property owners would be relieved of just that numerous tracts of state tax cerned.-Times-Union. Export My.

,, one-sixth of what they are now paying. Figure what one- certificate land In that county are 0-
being so used, and doubtless sucha Key West Extensive Improvements -
sixth of the amount you paid last year in taxes would amount practice Is being followed In being made to Stan Jird P. O. BOX 596

S to and then figure how little you would have to spend for many other counties In the state. 011 Company's planton Grinnell .,

necessities and luxuries before the sales tax would offset what It would be well for the county street near entrance to railroad
commissioners of Madison county, GAINESVILLE
way taken off in state millage. To be of benefit the sales tax In collaboration with the tax assessor yard.Florida Motor\ Routes established - FLORIDAr

k Y i would have to be applied to reduction of county and district and the enforcement officers bus service through Clermontand

'r ; taxes instead of accumulating in the state treasury for state to assure themselves that Mlnneola.\ : ,
r !such Is not being done here aleo.-
: Fort Pierre :22-foot harbor
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