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 28, 1930
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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Volume ID: VID04752
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CAPONEVILL- BELGIUM -A., C. L. BattlesF. Rains: Retard Ponce De LeonCelebration Research Station I Progress is MadeQnRoad '

ENTER STATE CORN SHIPPED E. C. Merger Berry MovementHeavy At For This Section Matters '

PLEASURE With SouthernSouthern St. Augustine I The Lake City-Reporter In a recent Columbia County
AT J. II. Moore of Lawtey. has received rains first of this week

an Inquiry from Klatser'j have set the strawberry crop back issue says:

Those Trading Company, 19 Rue Des Thinks A. C. I.. Try'ml for another two weeks, before St. Augustine, Mar. 22.-Construction I Dr. H. G. Knight, chief of the Ilnnl Hnrfarlnff of Road 28 Will '
r.radford'si Sheriff Among been-started bureau of chemistry and soils ol Itcjtln at Once| To Use*
be has already
in ex-
Front shipments may
llitndaOff Douze Mols, Antwerp. Belgulm, regarding to Shut It Out :
I'cmrt Orders to Keep being tho United States Department ol Convict Labor
which Is
the stadium
the shipment of corn on Florida pected. The rains caught on the huge;

GanRwU-r the cob to points In Belgulm and plants when they( were bearing to erected on the terraplaln of Agriculture, Dr. II. W. Skinner,, -

. Holland the company writing that Washington, Mar. 22.-An empathic capacity and at a time when shipments Fort San Marco where, on April his fIrst!' assistant, Dr. E. P. Vouch,, Lake City, Mar. 22.-Twenty-
Tuomlay toonr.kerflT de head of the naval stores depart- six i convicts whose labor Is to be .
Up until they desired "to take up the Im protest against the alloca were growing heavier each 2nd. 3rd and 4th, the Ponce

Epperson" had receivedno port of corn in Belguim and Holland tion of the Florida East Coast rail day, resulting in a heavy loss to Leon celebration portraying the ment of the bureau of chemistry, used In hard-surfacing/ State Road
from Governor the foundIng and other hlther-ups( In the United 28, were brought last Saturday to
Instruction and although same Is not as road to the Southern railway sys : growers Movement for the weekending discovery of Flor'dn,

Carlton '_ to What hoi was yet introduced here, we believe a tem In the Interstate Commerce Wednesday night was less of St, Augustine and the allegorical Staten bureau of chemistry and the convict camp and stockade recently t

supposed! to do In cmwi Al Cn- market can be developed. commiss'on's! general consolidationplant than one-third for I the same-per- transitions of the Ancient forest service were here Sundayto established: beside Road 28
through good of to be reenacted. see l J. 'V. Hadley, supervisor four miles from Lake City. '
should While more
|M>no pass Some corn has been received from was voiced today by George 'od of last week some City, are once

Ittadford county on hIM way to Spain but the price Is too high B. Elliott. president of the Atlantic the growers'report their plants as ,ot the Osccola and Ocala National The equipment la. expected to
Kn t accommodate\ Forests and to visit that national arrive the latter part of this week
liln homo on the lower for vegetable and consequently Coast Line. through bearing, this Is only true The stadium

tVMkflt. Dlspatchm from Tal- buyers a hesitate." In a letter to the commission, of those coming; (nto bearing early from 3.BOO( to 4,500 persons and, forest here with a view of eslabllHhlng after which the work will begin.

lakhail-we Indicated that the In taking: up the matter with Elliott said "we feel, keenly that last winter?' some 'of the growers judging from records available on a combined naval stores I Although the road was graded u

governor hart wired every steamship officials, Mr. Moore to sever the connection between say, while other plants already are past celebrations, will once again ihem'cal and forest experiment I a good; while ago It has stood the

xhorlff In thc state to arrest : finds that the green corn cannotbe I the East Coast system nnd our putting out bloom for another crop be filled through the three-day "station, In connection with the OHceola erosion of the elements and traffic

I'-apone on sight and tqcorthtm shipped to Belgulm or Holland system would unfairly deprive us of fruit, ftesta. National Forest here. lover It very well and little workto

to the state bonier, but IfI account of the product having of the results of thirty-odd years Prices have ranged from $4 to This year the Ponce de Leon The party of officials drove over get In shape for the hard-sur

hill was done, the wire to to on under refrigeration and at joint effort! to build up an emclent $10 for 32-quart crates, the high 'telebratlon la once again being from Jarkdonvllle and vlnlted the face will be required accord'ng: instate :

never go 'produced by the St Augu.UneJun- national forest, under the guidance road department engineers
>>b .. Southern local platform while some few ior Chamber of Commerce. Last of Mr. Hadley to look over here.t'TTtN.
delivered.However service la supplied Is Liverpool At the same time the the '
'the sheriff Indicated and London. Much as he hates railway told the commission It be- sales at 10.85 were reported from year's celebration was deemed of i the timber In the forest In orderto S
determine If It Is of the proper KAIIMKKHAltVISKI' !\
the much Importance to the city '
that he had his own to turn down the Idea of shipping lieved that the Florida East Coast Lawtey Competition among so
kind and amount for the proponed 1 : : ) TO PtfcVNT
load out a St. Augustine that It was awarded
of such foreign best serves the public Interest In buyers In their effort to
the propriety to
of Bradford county corn
Chamber of experiment station. All In the lLtcrY l MOI) HTANU .
of the National Junior
procedure_awl that 'apone markets, Mr. Moore says there Is its present individual status, and car forced prices UP. quality the
Jacksonville to
had to
he served notice of Its Intention to fruit ,In, the majority of cases be- Commerce trophy for the junior party come '
would not be molested if nothing to be done until a steamship ,! the attend the International conference Gainesville, Fla.-A good stand .'
should comethin way, an long, provides) refrigerator mantaln: a claim to a legitimate ing ot 'poor' quality. Four solid organization promoting one
ot most benefit to Itscommllnlt of those Interested In the production of cotton secured early la Impor. ,
civic venture
lliihlo share ot the Florida East Coast'stralne cars made up shipment
hlmwlf Holland. express\
did not lay Belgium and
be service to
a. of naval stores. tant, according to J. Lee Smith
end- .
while within his and resist any attempt to from SUrkedurlng the week )
to arrest It Is the Intention of the depart. district extension agent who recently '
shut It ouj from Florida. ing Wednesday the balance of the Each year the celebration Is produced -
Jurisdiction. .Sheriff Kpperwm J. I). DOYLE FOUND DKAI) movement pt 68,400 quarts doingt"ln' at a cost of approximately ment of Agriculture to establish! I Ian gave the following advice to

attended the ttUerltrs convention l the ua'ly'! express car. Forthe $15,000 no part of which Is paid to experiment station to conduct farmers in his district In North

in (Jalneeivllle Monday Green Cove Springs, Mar. 21.- Special 4-H ICub same -pi lod Lawtey reported any of the hundreds of characters chemical research and experimentIn and Northwest Florida: .

and It appeareil" to be the Word was received In this city sales of 89,600 quarts\ price aver- who. constitute the cast. All services tho manufacture of naval stores "Uso at least a bushel of send

conHonnun of opinion among yesterday morning that J. D. Program April 4 ages on both platforms being the are donated and the funds and experiments in the productionof per acre planting as soon as the

the officials present that an Doyle Sr., had been found dead same, 22 cents a quart. required are spent simply In the pine gum the raw material. At flr.t warm days. come. Provide

long an Capone behaved himself near Cross City. No details: as to Shipments to Daterreviously mechanical promotion of the fete. present the government has a naval en.!He lent used for Immediate replanting

wliile In the land of sun- the cause of his death are available Gainesville Fla.-A large number ":*t reported, qts 1,126,584 stores experiment station at It the cotton Is killed by

shine and flowers he would be however.. Mr. Doyle left of Florida 4-H club memberswill 26 148,000 Starke but It la on land leased l only cold weather In the heavy' soil
ending Mar. .'IOUI"In.I..J 1.\WoJlU.J .
tree to come and go/: regardless Green Cove Springs; about six rally to the nearest radio on ) ,\ OUT OK U.\TJo! by the government; and It is the areas which have excessive rainfall

l of the orders from Gov. months ago to work near the place the night of April 4 when WRUF Total quarts ______1,274,564 plan of the Department of Agriculture In the early spring, plant on a bed

4'...!ton., where he died. He has been a lifelong state station will feature a special Florida's blue laws are very to combine naval stores In a small shallow furrow. Co.erthe

... resident of this 'city and had 4-H club program underline Receipts to Mur. 19. $248,446.72 much out of date Attorney General chemical research with forestry! experiment seed with a board like the old I

MIami. Mar. 23.Alphonse friends by the hundreds. being of direction of R. W Blacklock extension Week ending Mar. 26_ 32,660.00 Fred II. Davis Raid today Inan ansi< to locate the station planters! carried. Thla method of

Capone, Chicago racketeer was a most genial disposition. club agent.: - opinion delivered to the Jack- on land owned by the" government; planting prevents the seed front

Ireo today to enter Florida and He is survived by his wife three The program will open at 730: Total receipts __$281,006.72 son County Drug Company, Marl. where the timber Is fllantlful and being covered too deeply during

proceed to hIs Palm Island home sons, J. p. Jr., Bryant, and Wil- Eastern time, with music by the anna. which wanted to know of the right quality Mt; Hadlajj heavy ruins and the raised seedbed ,

here without fear of arrest or mole liam; twpdhterej' ) Lucille and Suwannee Serenaders who will TISn'I'USI'"U.Y: ; whether it was legal to force the stated that he showed the official. enables the soil to warm up"rapidly
P. T. A. )JEI '
tatlon from sheriffs along the Grace. The funeral' arrangements appear on the program as frequent cloning of drug stores on Sunday thn timber needed, on the Oneeola thereby giving the plants _ _

route of his trip to Miami. had not yet been completed yes intervals. Dr. John J. TI- regular meeting of the P. Hut while the blue laws, passed National "Forest and believes :it an curlier start. 14' _

Federal Judge Halsted L. RItter terday afternoon. gert, president of the University The held Wednesday, March In 1879 may be out of date they) probable that the station will be "The Importance of a good uniform ,

last night signed a temporary re- -- of Florida will deliver a five minute T. A. was school auditor ,tan still: he enforced, the attorney oDtabl'shed here. stand ot cotton can hardly txi
twenty A male quartet will 19th in the high chemical department of the over emphasized., A poor stand
Btra'nlng order prohibiting ' 23. Jeff D. address. said They have never been repealed. The
.Jacksonville, Mar. The 'Tneet.nR: was opened '
Florida and East Coast sing the Plowing Song and other experiment station will conduct expurlinontH causes a. waste In labor and fertlllser -
North Springs,
of Green Cove followed by a
Doyle, 63. with Lord's Prayer
sheriffs from molesting Capone suddenly Wednesday at Cross number Dreaming will be sang "The Minster's. Call" Spnaklug of the closing of drugstores In dial l Illation and otherphases and in addition results in
tomorrow McCall. Frederick recitation said of tho manufacture of turpentine a reduced yield ot cotton. On average '
who Is expected to arrive here City. Survivors are his widow, by Miss Virginia little ivllss Dorothy Smith.It on Siinduy! Mr. Davis

or Tuesday.The daughters. Mrs. Catherine Barber, former Escambia by decided that the P. T. A. that like many other laws It Is and rosin and experiment land, leave two or three

Injunction was sought by three Lucy and county club boy, and Miss Mary was bill for practically a dead letter In fact with various methods) nt tupping stalks every 14 to 20 Inches, This
attorneys for Capone after Gov. Georgia Peterson of Doyle of Green, Cove George outstanding Marion' coun- milk would for pay school the children February and would but at the same time It Is a law trees for production of gum. A amounts to about 20,000 stalks _ _

Doyle E. Carlton of Florida. had J. B. Doyle of ty club girl will each give three for of the state and can be enforcedthe !' laboratory will be erettuil and experiment per acre. Cultivate shallowy and
; three sons bear one-half this expense "
Sprlngsf also
each of the talks. other law : stills I and other apparatus often enough to control weeds. _ _
to minute same as any
I issued Instructions of Starke
Jacksonville, J. D. Doyle the remainder of the year. .
sheriffs of the state to arrest Ca- Green Cove The program Is given especially attendedto I If the blue laws were, strictly Installed. The forestry department '" S _
and W. J. Doyle of All old business being I1Nn
of Inglowing KATZK.VJ.VMMHIl; : _ _
conduct experiments _
and escort him to the state S. L. for local 4-H clubs, many enforced according to the opinion will
I>one SprIngs. and three brothers Mrs. Weeks expressed regret 1ii'iti,1Tue
returnto will: hold special. meetings : stand, restaurant ''pine timber of various
he attempt to which not a drug store c'gar
border should Doyle of Peoria, J. E. Doyle of Orjtegn ; I at being obl'ged: to resign as
'' in.APPOIN'TKl. other, business nHtltutlou kinds In the event the exporlment -
and or any ]
his residence. of Jackson- turned the
Doyle and
and W. II. P. T. A. president performance
station under coimtdorntlon, In tmtabllMhed. original stage
Carlton at Tallahassee : could legally operate.
Governor vice president,
I meeting over totbe of tho cartoon comedy "The Kat-
declined to comment on the granting vllle.Funeral held yesterday ) PKMOXHTHATOIl: The committeeon Even; the churches would be '
services were Mrs. Carpeuterj will at
located cenjammer appear
according If (the experiment ctnt'on Is -
last night. l be without electric lights! : ,
/: of the Injunction I at 3:30: p. m., at the grave- nomination for presidency gave the'opinion, because the here, Mr. Hadley stated. It the Gaiety Theatre, Starke, on
Asked If he had a statement upon Peoria cemetery. with Rev. ot Starke, has of Mrs. T J. Alderman to
at W. Moore
re-' side Mrs. D. the name the electric 'will have a staff of around a dozen next Monday night, March 31st '
the development the governor of the Chilean Nitrate There being nonomlnatlon'from man who helped operate
N. A. Thompson pastor been chosen for the as their choice. would be subject highly trained technicians who for one performance only
filed: I Green Cove Baptist 'church offl- Demonstrator of Bradford the floor, no vote to a light jail sentence plants by Violating( this. will live In Lake City and make This Is'not a moving picture but L _______

"Not a word. catlng. Pallbearers were: W. T. county for this! year wall"talrelli1 'Mrm. Carpenter welcomed Mr. the original stage comedy In tbe _____
ad- hs: trade on Sun thin city their headquarters.
order was law by following
The restraining of Madison, I Wilson, L E. WIlHon G. W. Golger For the past two years the Child the new president and stated Hud( ley Is of the opinion that membErs flesh and blood. Introducing the 1 _

dressed to the sheriffs Columbia' B.:: V. Priest, T. S. Hln on and can Nitrate Soda Company has put that Mrs. Alderman would assume day. of the party were tut'vfled! Washer Brothers, las! liana and
Hamilton Suwannee, C. L' Saunders. Hardee and Wll- state-wide. county garden her duties at the next meets -- :
Duval. St. on a with what they saw in the ONceola, Fritz and a company of singers
Baker, Union, Bradford lams: were in charge of arrange- campaign. An adult la selected by Ing./: Al1M11'4:' ILANTINUHWKKT I National Forest Sunday stud that dancers and musicians. It is a I
Johns, Clay Flagler, Putnam River, St. ments. the Home Agent In each county to I Mrs. Darby charman! of the program : ( the experiment station In very likely laughing< show for kids from ave _
lusla, Brevard. Indian presented the I
this demonstration. committee ot The management
on to sixty age
put be located here. years
of to
Beach Brow- of Lawtey one
J Hnrrell
Palm L.
Lucle, Martin nitrate of soda from the March '
of study hundred
His Fifty pounds toplo Sunday guarantees one
Florida hero
Dade counties all lying Southern district of the heavy buyers and shippers of Those In the party
ard and Thomas I). Nash only Is given to the demonstrator for a Issue of the Florida Parent-Teach Dr. II. G. Knight chlof of the laughs without a blush.i'opular .
route of Capone's attorney, fruits and vegetables of this suction were
the probable of each
along law- demonstration. A demon- er. Careful consideration sollll. Department prices children 20, aod
Miami. The order smiled and said the Florida test advises the farmers to start bureau of chemistry and

trip that to it become effective yers lost no time when It came to stration with and without the soda question and Its answer gave those of now with their planting of greencorn of Agriculture", ; Dr.II. W. adults 40 cents. Bring tbe kid\

stated action. will be made with the different present a bolter understanding and to continue Skinner, first assistant to Dr. dles and see u stage show worth
service of certified copy for shipment
upon the named. Capone spent a quite Sunday In vegetables. The proper feeding of the Important recommendationsof their planting to April 15th. Under Knight; ; Dr. K. P. Veltch, head of while.R0.l.
upon the defendants home garden recent Florida school survey -
and Vincent Gib- his suite in the Lexington hotel. vegetable; crops In our the this method they will: have a the naval stores department of the S

J. F. Gordon attorneys here inapplying His" two young brothers and his is essential in order to secure and the important recommen- longer shipping season and prices bureau of chemlntry; Mr. Shlngler I ) PATROLMAN HHIUOI'MLYIV.IUIIKII _ _ _

lln. Capone'e for the order said the sister called. maximum yields and best quality. dation of the survey commlwilon.fowling will be better than where the bulk assistant to Dr. Vouch; Mr. K. N. _ _ _
different Professor
vegetables require In conclusion. forest -
cheered by a Various chief of tho experiment -
were ,
Frances Capone The police of the movement comes over a ,
plaintiffs son, Albert brothers John diagnosis" of Dr. G. C. Gaddis. osteopath feeding program but a general gave a short talk on this subject. short period of tlm'B.' stations. of the United States: Jerry Davis, road patrolman tor'Iradrord _ _ _
II, and his Is made by the Four rooms tied for the usual
now that all Al needs Is a recommendation Mr. K. L. Demrnon, director of the [ county was seriously In- :

Capone and Albert the plaintiff:Capone and oc- i "good punch in the back/' and he Nitrate Company which should prize for largest number of mothers lIEU: FOIl IIIUTIT COURT Southern Forest Experiment'; Station lured Monday night about eight _ _
of present.
are guests reform. This was announced suit most conditions. and grandmothers ut New Orlunnsv Mr. r... Wy- n'clock when he lost control of hi*,
Island. will
upylng his home on Palm to Saturday before a convention of A marker from the garden will ,When strawe'were drawn the prize -alias Herbert ,mass In charge of tho forest exp motorcycle while travelling at a _ _
presented Herbert Champ,
The bill of complaint furnished by the Nirtate" Com fell to MIMS Williams' room. Htarko Lese!! eed state road _
osteopaths In New York. be preliminary porlment station ut ; inl! ,: rate of ';: on
that Capone was given a
forth Suhamp,
set appointedtwo
Judge flitter 1928 "perhaps the governor of Flor- pany. We are hoping some very The vice-president Judge Gar Harper assistant to Mr. Wyman: 28, wont of Starke. The machine
In before County
purchased the property Information will come committees the first to securea hearing til Lake and _ _
will send him to an osteopath. valuable : and was James Averlll) another assistant left the road near Crosby
ida mornng
he has diner Thursday
and since Its purchase garden.CHKVKOLKT delegate for the P, T. A. convention' -
the county struck the lIandyIhoulder.
Chief of Detectives Stege. from the Mr. Wyman. upset when It
said action
all taxes and assessments againstIt. In Winter Park and regular bound over to S _ _ _

I sheriffs Tallahasse-march- 24. With 1 ; I'I'HKTH, election of local'omcers. grand jury, bond was being charged fixed with at (i.t4 rONHl'MlTIOV: $45,iS3: Gt 1.- Davlw. was brought,: to his home
The order enjoins the There being no further business, $100. Champ
into Flor- 1.0 M4 here soon as help could be summoned -
Capone's entry ----- of the us
"from selzlw, arresting. kldnap- Alphonse the meeting was adjourned. taking an automobile out and found to be In a _
Al- cleared by federal Injunction received a broken the car beIng -
abducting the plaintiff. ida 'v. E. Torode state while under lien
P ng or today asserted consumed a total serious. condition apparently paralyzed
Carlton Bradford county
phonse Capone without warrantor Gov. Doyle E. collar bone and a slightly smashed i.XTKM; ) TIMK FOHKVLK the property of J. W. Andrews

authority of law; from tran- that the Chicago racketeer left foot when his car upset onState C'KHTIKICATKM: Jr., local Ford dealer. of 80.153 gallons of gasoline from the waist down.
establish headquarters ; morning.Mr. Darlen and 10,108 gallons of kerosene He was taken to the hospital InJalntl'aille
banishing or expelling the "will not Road 13 Tuesday Champ was arrested at '
porting, of February as ( where X-rays showed ,
from the state of in Florida. Torode was on his way from Time for the auction sale ot Ga., by officers following a minor i during the month
said plaintiff statement followed office I compared with 78.708 and 7.648 his[ !. back to be broken In two places.
governor's to hilt while being
Florida without warrant or authority The his home In Lawtey tax certificate has been extended difficulty there, '
instructing I during Jan At noon Thrusday,
of law; and from molesting his recent telegram at the Torode-Ritch Chevrolet; Co. from April 1 to May 1, various held. started an Investigation to gallons respectively to be
interfering with Florida sheriffs to arrest Capone here when the left rear tire of, delinquent tax adjustment boards see If the car he was driving was uary, according to report Isssued the hospital were reported
annoying whether not to
If he 'appears In the state. causing It to turn V. Jacksonville au- by the Inspection bureau depart undecided or
the said plaintiff in entering the his car blew out, have been formed by W. Knott rightfully h.Is. to restore to
heels of For the state In an attempt
on the Edwards officials ment of agriculture.
closely Lacy the Georgia
and proceeding to If came over twice. near the state treasurer. thorotlea notified
state his home of Florida in Dade county., state of the Injunction granted; Jn Miamiby place. The top and two front The action was deemed advisable that be was wanted here and .a total of 21,932,900 gallons of Davis the use of his limbs.

Federal Judge Halstead L. Rltter Chevrolet were torn Board until Dephty Sheriff! gasoline and 2299.275 gallons of 0
Florida. under penalty of being doors of the by the Tax Adjustment he was Fob fOMMKKCIAL: .J<:()ITUU IlKJiH
prohibiting sheriffs of twenty of no serious stated arrived to return him to.this kerosene were used during
adjuged, la contempt of this court off but outside of Appeals the treasurer Sapp .
sheriffs and 2,482.-
for violation of this order." North Florida and East Coast damage was done. since ac5us.: 'is now peridlng In state.. as against 22012.080 Mr. 'J(. R': Chase editor of the I :

The complaint stated that Capone from molesting Capone. Toroda was able to be up and court no- lent. ,the.'Validity of the SHKL'TJFYItJ 365 gallons for January. Florida Commercial. published at
expects to enter Florida and Before seeking the Injunction. visit his office, here for a short act passed at the 1929 ;session; of : : TIIK IIOMK; i Miami, was a visitor to Starke
Miami for Capone had be TO ('O Jl'eT \ST.U.LATIOV
at ,Wednesday and will soon
Island home attorneys while the legislature. short while "
proceed to his I Friday, and spent a
Inquiringby Pearle Jordan
addressed the governor back on the job again. Starke. of Jacksonville i force. Mr
M. the Telegraph
Monday Tuesday Mr. Weaver Marr. with ;
or Instructed for
what legal grounds be had There must be money In the home demonstration. agent
I 'I will conduct the isstailu.l I 'thane spends most of this time in
i Isno'
at Union counties
the sheriffs to act. bus. One witness Bradford and
To Leave This Week and no <;itKKX: ; QIMMPIKH: orange ness< demonstrations tion services ot the Boy Scouts of traveling over the state looking after ,
"I make no apology; for I the late sodal event at Orlando I conducting 25
Chicago Mar. 23.-Alphonsa I stand" In : Lawtey. presenting charter stud I business for his paper.
original last season exterior home beautification
the ,
retreat from my Congressman stated that growers on
Capone after adjusting the friction Tallahassee Mar. 19.-- certificates Sunday March 30, 11 S
Carlton today. account' with local farm wom
in bla rackets here here. will declared Governor It. A. Green of Starke, lost forty million on co-operation a. m at the Grace M. t;. cbflrch. New I'ort Illchey Pembrook:
I chief executive ;
leave for Miami late this week. lie For a time, said"may the wrap about representing the second Florida of the, spray used of on the the stories trees. en. -C The parents of al.| the boys are Laundry and Dry Cleaning Company

by his wife Capone qualified with the secretary Rounds like some requested. to be present.A Installed modern washar.
will be accompanied the district New Gulf Refln- earnestly
I the technicalities of in' 1925; when we all talkedIn Fort Myers -
Frank Rio. himself today as a candidate told invitation l III extended to Mount Dora Building opera.
and son and his guard criminal: have. lie of state If that forty millions In Service Station at corner First cordial
out law. Other In the coming millions. 10 lions In this city for 11-month
fho him In to succeed himself golf the public. Sunday School a.
time. lie will not establish saved by the Wood-en committee Mount Dora Miniature
He refused may for a can tw R, K. Starrs, period totaled over $315,000 ia
cf a Philadelphia prison. headquarter In Florida. primary how much will the Industry course to be established In heartof I in. R. R. Theda. supt.,

to comment on the Issuingof will not take root Mr.. Green l Is now serving hiS 18301 city. pastors. value. :
element make in
the temporary injunction In his His third: term .. congressman.

court for the here." _ _ 7-
behalf of the -- :

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Lasting Session: E. M. Davis, (n u

Christy J. M Mitchell J M Tru:
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I !laf NIw4PAPlat 9'rAFF would have it strengthened me wonderfully J. M.
not go just as you Trustees: Mitchell 't,
? i) Frtltnr-lnChlef ________.... MANNIN----- PAW. KNIOIITA go. Remember that at one time right from the first few Thy word is a lamp unto my feet, and a light t unto my path.-Pialm 119105.: man' E. M. Davis C. N | ,
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mtnnt __ uu _. .___ '- LH3A1I BTHUTH the mighty hickory tree was a nut J. W. Andrews Sr., It..1 Marl
.Ink. ___ ___ ___ __ LE'I'I'F.R!' pnu i-: HoniNsoN) Jacksonville TimesUnion. lasting relief I ever found. of ( All religious teaching doctrine or ,
pnrte Reporter Editor __ ... __..__ _u n...u________ LENA H :ITlllilllPAHnJunlc like you.- \i: 11eU1nrd!1 tlJ eouii.- creed if they are to' have any claim August/ Bockleman J. M -rruhv
.nlor r n..port..r. n, ._ .___. . .__________ ANNIE MAI-: l'JoJAHI'J'l: Yeah. Mighty oaks from lit. the! love loyalty and devotion of the people must be in harmony with T. S. Williams T. N. Kendrick
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1, # I Soohnmore n..onrt..r ___ .. .u. _ 1IfAVY lIlUJWNJ.J' acorns grow the teachings of Jesus the Christ whose words fit every fold and creviceof Tappen.J. .
t I'In..I..1 Freshmen ttennrler .____. ESTELLE KFNlJ.TC"K: TfALLIE JONJoJI'J summer breezes wants to be an the human heart: and of whom it was said in John 7:46: ,"NI;VER MAN M. Truby announced ant '
{ Faculty SUJonl."r _----- S7 .... --....- acorn. SPAKE LIKE THIS MAN. quest to the church from the LAi.
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quoted as saying of Jesus, "This Is Ingston estate, the proper!
a l d II. II. $. NOTES: AMOXtt THK: JUNIORS There's many a man who goes SCHOOL I my beloved Son, in whom I am amounting to about five thousand
In order that stwl"
dressed like
a tramp
-- SUNDAY well pleased." And Matthew quotes dollars. A hearty vote, of 'hankj
Assembly meetings are taking Class M..t IIg hIs wife and daughters may be arrayed LESSON Jesus as urging people to "Re- was given to Mr. George Uvlng.

r r on new life! 'he program last The Junior class held a meeting like the lilies of the field.' ,I pent: for the kingdom of heaven stan the donor and the clerk instruCted .

Wednesday was very good and was Monday March 17th. The meet- And the women folk seldom appreciate to at hand"; and "Come unto me, to write: him our apprecla.;
k the Uncle "OR MAICCII so.Subject 11):10:
thoroughly enjoyed by all. It con Ing was conducted by the president sacrifice says "" all ye that labor and are heavy tfbn. The church Is soon to havea
1 ;r Ben of the Marian Sun All of -
Plans for
: stated of the following: George Inman. laden, and I will given you rest." new roof and to be re-painted.
i which shows that Uncle Ben still : Review of Lessons for
the Junior-Senior banquet were
1 School ong-"Boosting the Old : And in the Sermon on the Mount Substantial Improvements", in t the
) body. discussed and all Juniors were asked has good eyes.A Quarter. in
School"-Student -
High 2( Jesus taught those great principles manse are already progress
Life of O. Henry-Miriam Jacobs to pay their dues. The meet- ;; salt a''yV Because It Is Impossible to discuss which should govern his followers Letters of greeting were read

ing then adjourned.Don't tr velllnellst that all the lessons, we adopt the from Mr. and Mrs. Tappen
v from
4 .. "It the moral lepers In a certain "
'" Jean Laird. "Tabular Review, in which the
Fickle Fortune- .- Lake Wales, Mrs. D. I. Am?* 01[
i Irish You Wish Florida city would leave that num- lessons indicated by the Ro
"My Wild are
Quartette -- I'KKSIIYTERIAN; Miami and Mrs, Brownlee from
.a, 4; ) v Roue"-Estelle Kendrick Leah Annie Mae wasn't so bashful? bers of empty store rooms would p man Numerals, and the subjectsby Montpeller, Miss.

Struth, Thelma Andreu and Lena You could use as big words as result. Norway to make a leper ((1) ; Golden Texts by ((2)), Services Sunday March 30th, as Piano solos were rendered! by
''y by Alice? change his! spots, we say. Practical Truths by ((3)).
R Belle Shepard, accompanied\ A follows: Mrs. E. M. Davis and MHS! Ellta-

Paul Knight. You could get as many demerits .- r.xaw .. ,. ..wMILS. Lesson I: ((1)) Childhood of 10 a. m. Sunday school, J. M. beth Kendrick and vocal going by
: Too bad that
"The Family's One Disgrace. as Billy? so many Jesus, Matt. 1:1: to 2:23: : ((2) Truby, supt. Miss! Estelle Kendrick and Mr.

tI Bunnle Canova. Refreshments were served( at I come down here to save : aEOUHINA ,,"":.UtN "Thou shalt call his name Jesus; I Stearns, all of
11 a. m. Morning worship, ser- Wesley which were
I our souls in the winter time and from
Nlght"Marjorle chapel for he shall people
Drave at
,f l l", Stump. You knew as much as the Seniors let us go to hell in the summer. "For 6 years I was' terribly run- their sine: Matt. 1:21: ; ((3)) All mon by the pastor. I highly appauded and enjoyed, The

V, "Cryln' For think they know? Or Is It to save the souls of our down and weak and lost so much wise accept the: king- 6:30: p. m. Christian Endeavor. attendance was' good nothwlth.
+ Plano selections truly men
I I winter! visitors that I I alarmed. I'd Topic "Evangelism in Mission standing the rain, and It was de.
r a CaroIlneH' ," and "Sunny SideUp" Your feet were as small as they come weight was .really ship of Jesus.
I v, here. I suffer with Indigestion. liver i j I Fields. dared to have been the most successful .
"Gators? my Baptism and
II (1)
Paul Knight. Lesson : (
: 1 slow-acting and I'd simply be- 7:30: p. m. Evening worship, and pleasant congregation
y> . Clara Louise would comb her I was Temptation of Jesus. Matt. 3:1;
There nine million homes slave to harsh laxatives song and sermon. al meeting ever held by the
come a
1 hair? I (2)J "This is beloved
u Chapel exercises Thursday were to 4:11: ; ( my
s ; In America that have bath tubs to relief for constipation. Prayer meeting Wednesday eve- church.
conducted Her.' Lowry of the You could find Lorena's five no trying get :Son in whom I am well pleased."
14 i dollars? according to the statistical ab- Sargon gave me a 4 pound ''Matt. No. Is ning at 8 o'clock.Beginning S .
Rev. Lowry 3:1(3)(
Presbyterian church. : ; person
P I ;',' r spoke of the struggle and work It It would rain? stracts of the United States. Well, gain In weight in one week I'm ready for a great work until he April 1, the evening Homestead Sheffield Electric
'. anything In we have threw in our house and getting stronger every day and has been tested. services will begin at 8 o'clock Company moved to new quarters
takes to accomplish ,
i I,> life. At the conclusion of his talk HOT TIPHJlulllo anyone wanting a Saturday night don't know when I've enjoyed such Lesson III: ((1)) Jesus Begins Instead of 7:30: and Young People's at 124 North Kreme avenue, adjoining .
!y J :q. bath Is welcome to one ormore splendid health. I have a wonderful Matt. 12-25 meeting at 7 Instead of 6:30.A : Central Filling Station.
1. Coach Ihrig delivered letters to His Min'stry.: 4 : ; ((2))
"Corney why lookest of them. appetite and every trace of indigestion cordial invitation to all our
C r .the members of the football team : "Repent: for the kingdom of heaven .. Howey in the Hills-Moderoljr:
s; who havo lived up to the regula- thou in the mirror so long?" is gone. Sargon Pills reconditioned is at hand." Matt. 4:12: ((3)) services extended to' all.BIPTIST equipped fruit-packing steril.i-
I Corney: "Knave I am countingmy "Motor Car Accident: Caused by my liver and entirely .
; tions and have shown themselves God asks for the aid of men in Ing and pre-cooling plant complet
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worthy of special notice. Those moustache. Chicken" says headlines In dally. overcame my constipation. -Mrs. setting up the kingdom. ' ed here at cost of approximately

I, I receiving letters were: Charles Well chickens are responsible for Georgina Ahearn. 2119 N. W.43rd Lesson IV: (1)) Standards of $76,000.
,' "I wish I were like: the Miami. Canova 10:00: A. M.-S. S., V. B. Wheeler -
Buster: many accidents not only in motor St., Pharmacy
I ti Kickltter Billy Graham George the Kingdom. Matt. 5:1-48: ; ((2)) Plant City StraWberry ship.
h Inman. Merrill I.-
for Buster? 11:00 A. M. Worship, Subject"A -
"What :
; 1 mond, Glenn McMillan Vincent Theodore: events. I for they shall see God." Matt. 6:-1 000 quarts during 'recent. day; ,
Buster: "To follow my course Jacksonville Main'street widening Timely Remonstrance" Ps. 2-:
Alvarez Ralph Cox, Ben Stern- 8; ((3)) To be a Christian Is to be bringing growers approximately
Howard without leaving the bed." Karl Lehman's Press Breakfast and paving :,.program com- 12
Herg' :, Howard Moore : Chrletl:ke $18,000.
t ------ was al Ito the )Java and those pleted. 6:00: P. M., B. Y. P. U., John
Mac Da- V ) God'sKingdom
Miner, Milton Brownlee Lesson : ((1) Putting Key West-Western Union will
"c Scotchman entered one of scribes and others fortunate Powell Leader. -
A Bartow Construction startedon
Y'vls, J. D. Grlflls.IV First. Matt. 6:1-34: : (2) establish telegraph office for Pir
those "pay-as-you-leave ,busses. enough to attend were royally en $600,000 phosphate plant by 7:00: P. M., Worship Rev. R. E. I
"Seek ye first the kingdom of God, ates' Cove fishing camp to b. located
I'KiVATK NEAT 1..1NGI+1/11D He IH still riding, tertained. And we ran vouch for Southern Phosphate Corporationat and his righteousness; and all Blanchard will preach. near railroad right-of-way

f the fact that they "made It hot" Export, between Mulberry and these things shall be added unto At this season many are think on Sugar Loaf Key.
Pearls "What! Have takento for of the Ing' seriously of Christ and his
: you some editors and visi this: city. '
,. 1( The following paper was read I you. Matt. 6:33: ; ((3)) Man's big- High Springs Clyde Hotel and
wearing ? tors. Jacksonville death for us. Special and
/glasses Jacksonville Beach Is to adjust himself to prayer
before the eighth grade history gest job restaurant operation under lew
kh Eva "Yes I worked no many earnest thought should be exercised -
: Beach Associated Amusements
4 class last Friday by S. H. Johns the principles of the kingdom! of lease.
cross-word puzzles that one eye HIHsborough officers will by all Christians InvHa
Jr The material being furnished l county Inc., formed here to con- God '
got to seeing vertical and the oth not have their jails all clutteredup struct athletic field. tattoos will be given for renewed
by a local historian and was much Lesson VI: ((1)) Warnings and
Jf, appreciated l by the class which Is er on horizontal." and running over with prisoners Jacksonville Paving of Myr- Promises (Temperance Lei\!\pn). consecration and church membership -
They shoot hold-up men and tle avenue completed and openedto at each service leading up to
new studying -heroes of the World Matt. 7:1-29 ; ((2) "Every tree that
1 Srootle "What's the date today down'there I Easter
War: : gunmen on sight thus traffic. brlngeth not forth good fruit is Sunday.

h y 0 We today. March 1930, observe ?" saving the county much expense. Fort Pierce Branch shrimp hewn down, and cast into the fire" I'

' the thirty-first birthday of Private June: "I don't know; why don'tyou heading and skinning plant to be Matt 7:19; X3( ) Exterminating IMU:8UYTKRLIN; ANNUALMEETING s

P Neal Langford,. who died for his look at the newspaper" you Spring Is here. The patent established! here by Atlantic Sea public evil is a necessary but nota I :
I have In your pocket? medicine advertisements are ap-> Food Company Brunswick. I -
.country before he was twenty and pleasant or easy task.
for the last eleven years and eight Scottie: "That want do" any pearl ng in the papers, poetry Is Jacksonville -- Florida National Lesson VII: ((1)) Jesus Healing The annual meeting of the Presbyterian -

tti : good Its yesterday's paper, showing signs of belpg: printed Bank voted to' Increase stock and Helping. Matt. 8:1: to 9:34: ; church of Starke was held
he1 -- and winter visitors are talking from $1,000,000 to $1,500,000. last Wednesday evening at the
1 ;j' ro's grave ((2)) "Himself took our infirmities,
fr k' As a small boy Neal was Paul: "I want to buy a pencil." about maple sugar, Wonder if Avery Palatka-Airport located abput and, bare our sicknesses" Matt. Woman's Club. Preceding the busi-

thoughtful and studious, being Mra.. Scott: "Hard or soft? Powell has started playing the two miles west of city on Penlel 8:17: ; ((3)) Enlightening the ness meeting the ladles of the I
Paul: "Hard It's for a stiff ex- mouth organ. road being improved. church served a bountiful dinnerto ck 2
r younger than most of his class- Raving the soul, and mlnd'i Sto insurance
mates. At an early age Neal show amn. -- body are the 1'nes: at the the members of the congrega-

d I' ',,1 ed his manliness and Industry by Miami Is not the only city eliminating legIslature this year should have duty. tion and friends. The tables were
} 1st deaf man (shouting) : "Coin' various candidates for fls- beautifully decorated with sweet !. Mock IN iwninco thrr.%- MBMn M
'c 4 carrying on the farm work for his hshln'' some well defined Idea and a sufficient Lesson VIII: ((1) The Twelve Ui .. fet.r. _.. or hil*
,) widowed mother making a wonderfully ? tic honors. Tallahassee has an reason for their going to Sent Forth. Matt. 9:35: to 11:1: ; peas dogwood blossoms and bridal *Inn.f .*.. JMi r....e.MMata bwr MC
f, fine crop when he was 2nd" ditto: "No I'm goln' fishIIn" open field-any street corner will Tallahassee a year from now. ((2)) "The harvest truly Is' plenteous wreath the colors harmonizing lUkUUiw to ,...- 010.. ......

&"(, sixteen years old. I do-and there the various strong There are some weighty questionsto but the laborers are few; splendidly with the tine back- Slock flr* !_.>__ ewMpoole. MfttuutcUlljr .
\rjt4t s Feeling that his country needed hit deaf man; "Oh I thought arm men compete from day to day be taken up and some knott pray ye therefore the Lord of the ground of the spacious club rooms. .*..... Tk y .... ..* frf.
? maybe you were goln' flshln' ? In tho Field Day Events. Newspaper problems to solve and it will take J. M. Mitchell chairman of the l..t pies for dp.d.a1., llboml *cv -
rt him he joined the regular army harvest, that he will send forth ..., ..rf MW. o.,. .-4 Mtrou
Feb. 21, 1917 and was sent to men and lawyers seem to be real brains to do the, job right. laborers into his harvest." Matt. official board, presided over the .. help *.. prvUI f.r yo r OXAC! r*>
i 1>Dowling: Why did you say the coming champions as they are Something more than just draw- business meeting'In hlB genial and ...
:JI i, Fort Screven, Ga., from which 9:31.: 38 ; ((3)) Working for Christ ,
,(* ,, camp he wan soon sent to the Mexican nitrogen was not found In scheduled in every, event. Ing a salary. Is a high ambassadorship.! pleasing way. Reports were received 'I"- w 10 ___ ....... .. 1M .-
Hilda: Because In the book It
from all departments of the
.. j border. Lesson IX: ((1) Jesus Teaching
says nitrogen Is not found In a All reports to the 'contrary the A tourist in Florida stopped a : about Himself. Matt. 11:2: to church and the affairs of the

declared tree state. I state Democratic committee has man on the road and asked hm! 12:50: ; ((2)) "Come unto me, all ye church were all declared to be HAROLD C. WALL
; Neal Langford was sent to France no' alternative In the matter of how far It was to the next town that labor and are heavy laden, In excellent'shape and everybody

0 4 ': with Company D, Machine Gun candidates In tho June primaries. and the rurallte,'told( him it was and I will give you rest." Matt. happy over the progress made. The INSURANCE

Battalion Second Brigade First JUST IN PARSING! They must make a sworn affidavit ten gas stations twelve hot dog 11:28: ; (3) 'AaknoWledging' Jesus' members of the board of trustees

Division of American Kxpedltlon- By n. J. HollyAs that they supported the Democratic stands, six barbecue' joints, eight unblemished life, requires ac- wero all re-elected for another STARKE, FLORIDA

r' ary Forces. He landed there June nomlnes In laest general I sandwich shacks and two hundred ceptance ot, his testimony about his year. Mr. H. H. Young was elect-

f I 28th1917.. Neal was commended election. And this does not mean and thirty-nine billboards. And divine relationship to the Father ---- -

i, ; for great fidelity to duty Infighting an aid in this controversy In voting for Hoover. to the average traveller this was a Lesson X: ((1)) The Parable of

: around Arras Contlgny Florida newspapers just now about very good concise statement, the Sower. Matt 13"l-23; ((2))
ud; i Chateau Thierry Solsaons, and "Guts" and "Brains" we might That "strange new malady"that Who hath ears to hear let him -: --r

al suggest that gunmen now shoot paralyses the patients seems With all the efforts being ex- "
4t many other places on the western hear. Matt. 13:9: ; ((3) The Determination _
} battle front. It was bn July 18, people in the stomach instead of to have been traced back to4Ja- pended on publicity In the state of our hearing sav / I

!r 1918 at the Battle of Solssons the head. maela ginger. People have been for winter visitors and homeseek- ingly, or otherwise, lies within our

4v In the Marne Valley that Private paralyzed by liquor ever since the era the fact remains; that every own power. ly'

+ t; Neal Langford died for the sake Avery Powell has discoveredthat world began and the new maladyis community In Florida needs to be Lesson XI: ((1)) Parables of the

r' of humanity, bathtubs are an absolute ne- no different from the rest It the sold on their own city .first and Kingdom. Matt. 13:24-52: ; ((2) V

n L Solsnons was a great battle. The cessity."-Tampa Tribune. Manya physicians have diagnosed the then sold on Florida( as.a whole. I I "Tho kingdom of God Is not meat

4 First Division attacked at dawn good man seeking the truth all cases right. We all need to be made "Florida I and drink; but righteousness, and
his life finds it In his declining ...--- Minded" and with the facts In "
11 July 18. Except for a struggle on peace and joy In the Holy ,Ghost.
: the left of the line for the 26th years. The Republican leaders of FlorIda hand give them out at every op- Rom. 14:17: ; (3)) The kingdom of

and 28th Infantry, the first 4 1-2 have de/lded to bury the portunity. God in the world Is greater than RUMBER! RUMBLE!
The Eustls Lake Region Is the hatchet smoke the
kilometers were covered quickly clrgarette of -, all other values.

w and with few losses. But the self-appointed official "fly paper"of peace and "for the good of the Perfumed shoes are the latest Lesson XII: ((1) Jesus Teachingand r ROAR! . . With every turn

.' r enemy recovered strongly re-ln- the state of Florida. Just whether cause" will quit their squabblesover Innovation In the, manufacture of Healing Matt.'13-53 to 15:12:

'F'it\\ t' ,forced and the fighting became I anyone will get "stuck" on it the pie counter and try and footwear. The manufacturers say ((2) "Ask and it shall be given / of the press one more prospective -

N r1 f. much more severe. For the next remains to be seen. pull together according to press that leather has a certain odor you; seek, and ye shall find;

'i-f! three days the divisions pushed reports. Pull down' the blinds and that Can ba eliminated by certain knock and it shall be opened unto customer; is appealed toby

: "' 1 ahead against the most determined "Maker of Bad Liquor Goes to let us to prayer. processes. This sounds good but you." Matt. 7:7; (3)) Every normal -

'ft", opposition which increased as new Jail" says headlines !in newspaper. how about' the various odors that life has needs that demand your message Clear vigorous
:; : divisions were thrown in to hold And he should go to jail. I Press reports state that Los certain Individuals give the shoes faith. ,

6': the vital part of the line. When They have been making It now for Angeles had a tornado Saturdaythat after they are worn. If this can If you will read and think on U dlstinctuve mailing
n 4 the First Division had most effectively the past ten years and should Injured many people and be eliminated along with halitosis the foregoing outline some good 17/I/

..r accomplished Its mission know how to make good liquor or damaged 160 houses. We sympathize what a wonderful, sweet scented things ought to be Impressed on I pieces by the Telegraph Press

r near Solutions U had suffered 7000 go to jail."Don" with them and state that tornadoes world It will be. your minds.In t

x! I casualties; Neal Langford was one and hurricanes are detri- suggesting different methods; I have a knack of grasping attention -
it of them and 60 percent of the Infantry in Eustls Lake Region mental to the welfare of any com- One of our Florida statisticians for the review by classes Pelou-

v i officers had been killed or says that a kiss from one of the munity. They are also bad pub- has discovered that there are too bet says "Here are some sub- CG ;; t 9 and inspiring confidence

,wounded. Allde from the Germans "corn( fed, milk bucket heavers of licity. So are Med files. many filling stations In Florida. jects that may be used; Faith a

killed and wounded the First Kansas Is worth 5000." Oh, After taking up this matter and Prayer; Christ's Origin and Na- They build sales most

Division had captured 3500 nrlsoners. Don, how could you In the face The Literary Digest poll on the going over the records we find ture; Temptation and Sin; Salvation -

ahT { Including 125 officers 68 of all those orange fed girls of wet and dry question should give a that steps for their relief must be ; Heroism; Baptism; Blessedness consistently.Our: .

4f' field guns quantities of machine Eustls? good cross section' df public opln- taken at once and another cent of ; Humility; Trust; Compassion -

guns, ammunitions and stores 'on but utter It Is over there will the gas tax will probably be levied ; Courage; the Sabbath; the

lt'' ; and had advanced eleven kilo- Now that Thomas Edison will be Itttle gained. The prohibitionists at the next session of the leg- Holy Spirit; Growth; the Hereaf-

;, meters In four days against the find a Florida plant, from which are making mistake In en- islature for a fast disappearingrace ter. Yod' will not have time for

i rubber can be manufactured It Is forcement measures. They should' of people who' have lent color, all these subjects, but you' will se- complete stock ofF

divlelone: learned that streets can be paved campaign on the evils of present atmosphere and odors to the Flor- lect those yot think, best or let ruts from the Stanton

The pupils of this school daUy with rubber at greatly reduced day poison being sold for pure liq- ida landscape. the pupils make the selection, and Newspaper Advertisers

look at the portraits of our soldier prices. Wonder If such streets after uor. divide the time strictly among -- Service, la. available to

}W i boys with thoughts of honor being paved could be arranged Florida citrustrees are In them." you. They too, build

and patriotic love In their minds, for In, elastic bonds that might be Investigations' are costly froman bloom strawberry and orange festivals Of course, whatever may be sales.

yet they can never fully realize the extended as It were from time to' economic' standpoint. Much and other celebrations are studied profitably by classes In a o _

debt of gratitude which we owed time. can be made out of them by figures being held, flowers are blooming school will benefit Individual read- ...

to Private Neal Langford and the that are made to' suit the Occasion everywhere, the sun is shining (or

#,,; other soldiers who suffered so Sometimes absent treatment Is and after the Investigations should be) and everything Is being era.Matthew reasoned that Jesus

much for the sake of humanity allrlght. Bill Traer Is now' editing are over few people are any wiser don' by nature and man for the was the Son of God and the Bradford

and to preserve the priceless lib- hi* Winter_ Park Herald trop ,and the nubile till has been, lapped glorification of the winter visitors. Savior. In the first promised County

erty of our own dear country.t Jackonvllle' and making a much for many dollars. This seems This Is no time to' be leaving", for Matthew quotes the angel lesson!
better job of It. Perhaps the Ink to be the day of investigations all the north where March weather as saYIng -
t: 1'' Mount Dora Lakeside Ter- runs freer in the Gate City or leading up a bUnd alley still prevails Jesus "Thou shalt call his
March weather name Jesus: for he Telegraph'W'
'u p 4 race opens! short time ago. Bill lo affected by his environment The candidates for the stat In the north Is-well, it la awful. people from their sins.shall" save God his is

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-Two locomotives were ties, they said, bore fancy labels III

deraIled 1 In a collision this after. and were almost completely hidden
Inoon:, ( of a train carrying: the Ring. by the tree's thick foliage. The

ling Brothers and Barnum and report on the case Bays:. "No arrests o
Inalley] circus north from Sarasota were made."
fund a freight train at a Seaboard -

I Air Line junction at Durant, 15 Mlamt Beach Mrs. Max Ralf- j

I miles south of her The two en- man, and Mrs. O. Bloomenthal :left A ;.H ,,,'. ,",,." \,,,;, """I"
Lines side swipe. No one was in- a $1,000 bill and t""
$80 In cash In . 1(4".1'I I i
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|jured. their apartment when they wentto ': ;11''I,.. ,
the beach for a swim today. :.... ,::/
Bradenton' Arrangem e n t s They returned to find the money
[sent forward today for the showing gone. It Its place was a note: .t'I .

I1 of motion pictures In Braden- "Sorry I had to take butIt ...... ..... 'i
money -' -,. =--'..... -:---- -- .' -- - .
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[ tOil Sunday for the first time as the means life or death to me. I ."S wF-wr,0' ." :.. _._r_.: I result of a victory scored at the will pay It back some day" The ....- ""irllelllri" IllllllI 'i . :. st r'i' "
polls yesterday by 'proponents of regretful robber did not leave his I '

[ Sunday amusements. A majority name or an address where he ,
I of 107 favored open house on Sunday m'ght be reached for payment or lr[ 1 ''Lii ," : !

the anti-group falling to car- interest or principal, on the Involuntary II llllllI j I .; ',J,.;.",

I rjr a singe one of the three wards loan. I:, III ">\A[ ... ,,, '
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| lit the city.Gainesville. , k.
If '" ',' '
Sarasota-Erecton! of a cold ::1 )
Frank Mlllereni storage warehouse and pre-coollng

i t7 of St. Petersburg, confessed I plant at a cost" of $350,000 on the lilt. 4,," f\
member of a trio who attempted munlolpal Inland at the entranceto : I aIIIi .. x . ,. a

I to loot the State Bank of Archer, Sarasota nay, directly upon the I I
Feb. 24, wad liberty, today under city's deep water channel, workto ,
I bond of $5,000. H. B. ReInes, start at once, was announced I.I.II' p"I"

another alleged member of the today by Guy M. Ragan, chaIr-. i va' /rl' Y ,
Ii roon l "
trio, yesterday made' $5\100\ bond man of the county board of com- It. -
for appearance here. R. W. Smith, missioners and head of the Sara I
said to be the third man. was expected sota industrial bureau. L. II.

to furnish ball during the Sprague, manager of the bureau, ,;1 . oGnvAproa+r 4-

day said the building would be con- I tae/R V
structed during; the summer and !
Fort Lauderdale, Chief of Police likely would be in readiness for ; i DrLCcc

| Luc!an Craig announced today: tho shipping season next winter. \, I . S
"Now that I have closed all gam- .-- I e

]bl, 'ng houses which to my knowledge !- Tallahassee A quarantine Ii I

| have been operating in Fort against the Importation Into Flor- N..._ ..", .... -
Lauderdale my next step will be to ida of cattle Infected with what Is -VneAi ..
Z.4'Z" "
make raids on bridge games/( known as "n,1ng's, disease," and II I ITf ..... ]
"The way that bridge la played abortive malady, has been instituted i II , na1 .'.,/"-.(,,.. r
j litre Is as much gambling as the by the state live stock sanitary !- I' '
| other chance games about 'which board effective April 1. An 'Jr ..IDIe", :) 4. 1"1 t : t .f ,

some of our leading women have order has been Issued by'the board : SOMETHING: NEW: stairway, balconies off each bed are for a lot facing south or west Deserted by his: father after the death of his beloved ,

| complained .so much- of late," he barring all dairy and breeding cat- : -TIII-: STUDIO room, large and numerous closetsall and sloping down to east or south. I
| ald. tle, Including 6 months or (By Duncanhunter, Architect, -" are there. The lavatory and For a lot facing north or east the mother-this fine homeless boy; eleven years , age, except those animals New York.) coat closet adjoins the front entrance plans should be reversed.Lot of age, waH committed legally to the Children's Home ,
Miami City commIssioners passing an agglutination blood This house, designed for a slop- where It belongs, to save Size: House frontage; 68
I reached deep down into' the municipal -' test conducted by laboratories approved ing or side hill lot Is new in, desIgn confusion and the garden entrance feet; side clearance, left 2 feet, Society of Florida. lie Is a good looking boy fine ",

jeans today and drew forth : by the state of origin, or It is the advanced modern to the living room should I right, 10 feet; lot frontage, minimum shaped head, a good healthy body, a pretty trood<< Y
(I.I60.45.. As a result more than cattle from officially certified type and offers a home of decided not be overlooked. One might almost 80 feet.'Construction.
140 American beauties left MiamI Bang-abortion-free ace red i t e d character and distinction: 'The say "If you don't see what : Hollow tile with mind, a lad who will make a fine man If he can secure ;,

1 today and were en route tonight I' herds. v large studio living room has a you want, ask for It." stucco: finish; roofs and decks, can just the right home and parents.!! He would do well }
to their homes. Some of them bad glass circular bay from floor to The studio Huts as follows: vas; Foundation, concrete; win
prize money for participation in Jacksonville Oscar II. Nolan ceiling giving exceptional'charac- Cellar (under ball, dining room down, metal casements In special on a farm where a good strong man would tell him .

recent first annual Miami beauty Duval county tax assessor, an- ter and abundant light for this Important and kitchen), laundry, heater and arrangements with Integral what and what not to do. Will give him chance
you a
pageant. Others had traveling expenses nounced through hs! attorney here room. The sketch shows general space; -cold room. screens; doors, wood, to e'peclu I ,:
they had been unable to today that any amount due the the expansive view through' this First floor: Entrance vestibule detail. in your home for a while? Please do. ,

collect from the pageant association county from him will be paid Immediately window with the house In the fore with lavatory and coat closet, hall, Interiors: Floors, linoleum,
until the city took a hand to upon an audit of his ground. The floor of the living living room, dining room, kitchen, walls plaster In special moulded e
remedy a lack of finances. records. The statement was In room is four feet below the first roofed terraces and a two-car motor texture; ceilings, plaster, with cornices o i4I'_"I
anwser to charges preferred earl floor giving an impressive ceiling! room. ; kitchen, composition tile; .-'
Palm Beach-The Royal Poln- ier in the 'day by John E Mathews height of twelve feet six Inches. Second floor: Three bed rooms, I bath rooms composition tile;
The Children's Home of Florida
: Society "Florida's Great-
hostelry and reputed to be the $72,715.49. The charge was madeat "breathing space" off \\ho main bed maid's room and bath and an open ing. ,

largest frame hotel in the world, a special meeting of the boardof room. balcony off each bed room. Cublture: 34,088 cu. ft. est Charity," which has in its four receiving homes at Jacksonville ,'
rinsed its doors for the season here county commIssioners* The This house affords complete and Ceiling heights: Cellar, seven .Complete working, plans and
today. In former years the closing amount claimed by Mathews ens modern accommodations for a feet, first floor, eight; feet six in. specifications of this house are Miami, Pensncola and Lakeland, scores of absolutely ,,

/ of the huge inn meant the end due the county Is made up, he said, family who wants comfort and a (twelve feet six Inches In living available for a nominal sum. Address homeless children from tiny babies on up, is seeking one hundred -
ing of the Palm Beach winter season of commissions received by 'the tax distinctive'' home. The .two car room Second floor eight feet. the building Editor and refer
but this year the Royal Poln- assessor which were not reportedor motor room, the separate service Exposure: The plans as shown to House H-1 i 07. good families in Florida right now who will o.Ter their ,!

clana's- closing found most of (he turned in.Tallahaeee. homes, their love, care and training, food, clothing and shelter ,
-- -- -
other large resort hotels still open, : for the establishment of No 44. phosphate
the Woman's club of Tampa then faith, provided Completion new
flubs: and beaches still doing near Dr Wilmon Newell Inspection of the eastern district of a home for elderly Jewsat elevator of the Atlantic to one or more homeless boys or girls BO that the Home {

rapacity business and many of the Medfly "Czar" is apprehensive under J. J. Goulden and Lake City West Palm Heach, Attorney Coast Line 'at Port Tampa has Society can make room for scores of other homeless, orphan, ;
winter colony still at their estates. that: the government may order district under Assistant Forester General Fred II..' Davis was advised been announced by officials of tho
the removal of Florida National Malaberger. They will be gone today. The cancellation, sought road. The new elevator, which abused, mistreated and needy children, who cannot come in
DeLand-Volusla county's 1930 Guardsmen as aids In the fruit fly widow Rachel Is said to be the
about ten days.Tallahassee by merman's Mrs. cost $200,000 now because there is no room for them.
HOp of Irish potatoes will run over fight, it'developed today,as//Attorney merman executrix" and trustee of most modern of its kind at the t

60 per cent firsts when graded, General Fred H. Davis rend- v the estate, h"'propol'led' on (he.[ Port Tampa terminal, 'being operated AH that the Home Society asks is that the families who of- 1
according to T. A'. Brown, county ered an opinion saying that if suchan -- Abandonment of ground that the establishment of electrically and built much
agricultural agent, who has madea orde were given, the guards the state printing plant at the910Y'S the home at West Palm Beach higher than the ordinary elevators -' fer their homes to a homeless boy or girl be rncople of unquestioned -

survey of crop conditions thru- who will replace the soldiers wilt Industrial school as far as would not be desirable because of I, to enable It to load ships of
good character,' who have sufficient income to give a
out the county. 30 have to be In sort of unit commercial printing Is concernedwas
Approximately some orm. "social prejudice," the ,bill of com larger tonnage) now coming to
per cent of the crop, he said, will Communications to the attorney voted today,by the board of plaint said. It was also 'alleged Tampa for phosphate. child a fairly good home and at least a grammar school education .
be grade No. 2 and only 10 per general from Orlando said that Dr. commissioners of state institutions
In the bill that the lives of the inmates ,
and that the child will be treated and '
A.ctlnlnpon advices that regarded as a
rent will be found to drop to gradeNo Newell is afraid the federal auhorltles would be "'unpleasant and /
3. Up. to the present time! will forbid the troops continuing the printing plant had been a losing uncomfortable," not only because I, Construction work totaling" $58- regular member of the family in every way.
market conditions for Irish "pota In the role of frutr fly propostlon. instead of a paying of "public sentiment of the municipality -' 737,712 proposed In Florida during t
toes have been satisfactory the guards. His apprehension follows one, the board decided to discontinue 1030, according to Florida
In which the lands. are located In turn the Home Society will give the family taking the
fluent said, and the price was held the recent Investigation by a subcommittee all commercial printing State Chamber of Commerce.
which It was opposes "
above $10 a barrel.Jacksonville of the' house of representatives. there by Mayer, and to use only a erection of such a home but I Tarpon Springs -"Tarpon Oa child full information concerning the child's family history, tf

small amount of the equipmentfor that the alleged prevalence of mos rage re-oponed for business follow. health habits, etc., and will place the child on trial in your
Charles M. Dur- -- the training of boys for the and !Ing complete overhauling and renovating -
In the
printing profession. It was decided qultoes summer time, of building. home for a full )before will need to make
rance, state's attorney, said today State Prison Ralford Boss danger from hurricanes. would year you any perma-
lie favored sending Watson Moul- i'underblrk, negro, paid with his to dispose of all the boys' print- make It Impractical. Orlando Pounds Motor Com nent arrangements for its care or legal adoption. ;
Ing equipment which will not be opened branch: plant at 632
thrope and Roland Lalone escaped life in the electric chair! today for ..
convicts from Connecticut back the murder of :policeman Scott of used for training purposes, and the west Central avenue The Ifpme Society is particularly,anxious to find families
to state prison there. None of the Apalachlcola, Franklin county. board has Instructed Millard Dav- Representatives of a countrywide Barlow $100,000 phosphate I
three men wish to return. Moul- The. negro was strapped Into the idson, superintendent of what por- manufacturing concern have plant under construction here by who will offer a good home to one or more of its boys and girls .
tion of the equipment should be taken a lease on a'' large building Southern Phosphate Corporation. .
thrope has said that he will fight chair and the current turned on the of six and fifteen '
any effort to move him. "Florida at 2:28 p. m. and at 2:32: p. m. retained for that purpose so that on Grove street, Clearwater and Apopka Apopka Pressing Co., Between ages years. r'
remainder be sold. the structure Into a hands and wllj be knownas
tho might will convert changed
use a prior claim on me. My par the physicians pronounced Fund- While the Society is seeking homes where these homeless
citrus Fern City Cleaners in future.
for putting
don remained cannery up
from the state prison for my erblrk dead. The current -
first offense has been revoked. I on for one minute and seven I West Palm Beach-Only the distant fruit juice for the purpose of State highway department planto children will receive loving care and a reasonable chance for
That gives Florida a prior claim. seven seconds.: Funderbirk declared "putt-putt" of a liquor boat, sampling the wholesale trade this widen Lake City road between in
education the Society expects these children to assist the u
and Baldwin.
season In preparation for opera-
to Connecticut," he 'said.KenanavllleJoe his innocence to the last. and the swishing ripples of III
I Father O'Sullivan, a Catholic wake, broke the stillness of that tion on a larger scale next season. Fort Myers Plans. made for household! duties or work outside, as other children of their ,
darkest hour just before dawn Complete equipment for the first Installation of additional light on
44,1 administered
B. Scott, priest from Gainesville -
craft unit of the plant has been shipped streets,. here.Mad.'son ages would naturally be expected to do. These children are
brother of T. T. Scott, prominent ; spiritual comfort during the here today. The was nosingIts
before carefully through Boynton from the north and will be set up Royal Theatre re- and will need to be and '
Onceola county lumberman was negro's last hour. Shortly way . not angels by any means disciplined '
shot and killed yesterday by Grady the death march began Funder Inlet. A flashlight flickered a signal north, and will, be set up lime J Miami Beach>* Thomson MeKlunon "
Moon, lumber mill employe at a blrk announced he was "ready to from the shore. The motor S ---, I building erected at .29th trained just as your own would-if you expect them to obey,

logging camp in Brevard county, go." lie walked calmly to the was cut off and the prow of the Apalachicola Chavers-Fow- street and Collins avenue at cost and respect you.
15 miles north of here. Moonas hair and said he wished to makeno slim craft nosed onto the sandy. hand opened branch furniture of $250,000 formally opened.

> arrested by Osceola county authorities statement except to reiterate beach. The voyage had ended. store here in building next door to If you are interested and willing to undertake the greatest
and turned over to the his Innocence. Men from the shore materializedout Grille, formely occupied by J, P. Women Suffering
Hrevard county sheriff who took of the darkness and boardedthe Lovett. service that your family can ever hope to render In this worldall

him to Tltnsville. No motive for Tallahassee ,State Forester boat. They were customs officers Cocoa A-Llghtlnj equipment being Bladder Irritation you, need to do is to drop a note to Marcus C. "Daddy"
the Harry Lee Baker aceompanled by who bad been patrolling the installed at local airport.
killing that a disagreement could belearned betweenthe except his assistant C. H. Coulter, left beach and who had learned how to Plant City Outlet Store op- If functional Bladder Irritation ragg, the State Superintendent, at the Home Society's State ', '

two arose several days ago, this morning for the state prison flash the light signal. Tonight a ened for business, at corner, of Col- disturbs Burning your or Itching sleeps, or Sensation causes, Headquarters, 428 St. James Bldg., Jacksonville, Florida, who 1'
where mil- .named Lowe was under bond line and Dran.streets
relatives farm at Ralford, one man
of Scott said. lion pine tree seeds have been for his appearance la federal courtto Tampa -- Sears, Roebuck & Co., Backache, Leg Pains, or muscular will gladly send! yoQ an application blank, give you full Information
aches, making you feel tired, depressed p
Bartow A liquor-bearing citrus planted for use In reforestation answer charges of runrunning.One store enlarged Grapefruit canning and discouraged, why not and arrange to send one of the Society's Field Workers "'
and sacks of Bartow --
hundred fifty
throughout the state In the next
tree has been discovered
Hartow. Deputy''Sheriffs Bob Par year. Their trip covers Inspectionof choice assorted liquors were safely plant of Hill Company started try the Cystex Get 48 Cystex Hour today TestTDon't to your home to talk the matter over with you personally.
and at customs operations. give up. .
under lock key
ker planting demonstration plots
and authorities !-
Pat Murphy are and fire protection units throughout headquarters. Construction aggregating $58.- Put It to'the test See for yourself Good country homes with families of good character are
for of the
the discovery unusual and
how quickly It works
In Florida
variety. The deputies today the state. Their Itinerary includes 737.712 proposed to compilation fqr by what It do... Money back If. Il'', particularly desired as most of the homeless children have
a conference with acreage Tallahassee Suit has been Instituted 1930( according
informed that they had their found superior numerous officer pint owners at Jacksonville, meeting : in court at Newark, N. Florida state chamber of com- doesn't bring quick ImprOyement// come from families who lived in the country or the smaller

and with the 4-H club of DeLand, in- J., to cancel that portion of the merce. and satisfy you i
quart bottles filled with In- today. Only villages and towns of our state.
Patrick's Cystex
Bierman, Apalachicola --
to.d ectlon of southern district under willof, the late Charles : Corpen-I
atlng fluids suspended from
the limb of a citrus tree. The bot- ,,G. L, Dally, talk by Mr. Baker to wealthy member of the Jewish church: edifice opened. lng'. Drug Store. I -


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PAGIII FOUK _. ._ ,_._____.._ --.: ( .._.. ---- ____ "___w _..nre __ r .. ': : __ -.=-
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------ ---- .'-" will, : not pledge himself to do all uc'tlon.Economy. tin Johnson Sunday. Minister In Tampa who wsatat:

'. ,' In his power to repeal these unnecessary In government is a Mm. Edd Parrish and children to Illustrate a sermon on prohipi

1 1S 1a ., r./. ; expensive laws that have great thing. Florida must have It 'were visiting In LaCrosse Monday! tlon by cooking an egg: tn whlskef I

; &f .i r ;'I\\\\'; a" r,, 'I1*, been passed in the past, and who In her government and Floridan morning. before his audience could\ ( nut ta I
lflc will not pledge himself to use his
the whiskey for the
fr Mrs. A. Q. Brown and daugh- exhibiting, tj
and demand
S :; "" .. Influence to go back to the 1920 should rise up en masse being Sunday other folks
\" h, .., V Ihl appropriations ,as u basis as I It. But even a good thing ters, Thelma and Mra. Slice Star probably cooking eggs In whey:"? !
a S 1r MRS. JOHNS" !4 HOSTKHSTt ;/ !4 :J stated above. ran! be carried too far. Going ling were shopping In Starke Sat- thus making the shortage la' re-/
Further will call all "buck: to the 1920 appropriations
> W. M. /H. ', ," ; we upon urday.Mr. liglous whiskey supplies
,.., of the taxpayers and voters of the as a basis" Is going too for. 1 It and Mrs. Earl McKinney ,

Mrs. E. M Johns entertainedthe r I state of Florida wfc> believe in Is out of the question' to fIgure are the proud parents of a daughter The dove of peace that hovered
;I Woman's Missionary Society of r '.. :' civic: righteousness toj (cooperatewith I the governmental needs and the born March 23rd. The lattle over the Republican party in plop\ ,
the Methodist church Wednesday :\ us to this end and for the, proper governmental expenses of lady has been named Helen Joyce. Ida for a few hours last week has I
) afternoon, from three-thirty to e 1 r r e salvation of the property ownersof the Florida of today on such a baa Mr. S. F. Morgan and sons, J, X. flown away tend buzzards may take

l five-thirty, at her lovely new home this great state pt,ours. Es. and S. E., were transacting busi- the roost again, This day ,
K Y on Walnut street,, the feature of + That n ropy c: these; resolutions We are living In 1930. The thing ness In Starke Saturday night argument In the Florid end
the occasion being the opening of be sent to the governor and to the necessary is to consider the needsof Misses Thelma Brown, Pauline party seems to be more compiu

the sunshine bags. Gracefully ar- press over the state of Florida, requesting today In thoughts of commonsense Mills, Lacy Rlgdon and Grafton cated than the Disarmament\ r'otl.
ranged, bright hued spring flow. publication of the same. and economy and to supply Adkins motored to. Alachua Sunday ference In Europe.
ers added to the charm of the We resolve' further, that we be-, them In a business-like' way. Togo .
room where the guests assembled. lieve a great saving to the tax-' back to 1920 would be to give Miss Delma Surrency, Cleo Rcy-

n k Mrs. J. II. Rltth, 8r, president Is payer can be brought about by the boat too much of a rock, considering nouds, Nellie Strickland, Maybelle COFFINS &
: amending the constitution as to tho troubled waters 1 In Mills and Curley Broughton mo- CASKETS
following put all fee officers of both county which It Is navitgatlng and the tored to Starke Sunday. .And a Full Lluo of

1 entertainment of the company: and stat on a salary basis. progress the state has made In the Mr. Resale Colaon' of Brooker, Undertakers'
from Schu- pant decade. Otherwise the Jack- Supplies
Piano solo, Soaring, passed through here Sunday
$ ,mann-Mrs. II. V. Knight son county organization is entirely Misses Pearl and Oertle Johnson' AUTOMOBILE HKAUSi;
ry Voice (a) A Drown Bird Singing; While the Jackson County Tax- on the right track.GRAHAM. ..
p" In Starke ,
n S 55.k League has used unwar- were shopping Saturday. Alwa on Hand. The h,.irrtlc
1 i4 i (Haydn Wood) ; (b) Love's Old payers' in coloring Mr. A.. G. Brown is on the sick i .. at lie low*.t prim.
rantably dark Indigo
{ Sweet Song-Mrs. A. Z. Adkins, Its whereasea it has touched fin- ........................ list We all wish him a speedy Special. attention 1m trlritranhDEWITT .
Mrs. F. II Long. a order.REGISTERED .
accompanied by a .
Recitation (a) Tommy and the In ger connection to a number with of the the present sore spots sit : : E. L. Biggs passed through <:: ICMn"LMI
w'' Gingerbread; (b) The Wind--Little here Friday.We .
r Jacqueline Andr'ews.Voice uation In Florida. It is generally ...+++.+...........e..+. have C. JONES
' Is Sunday school every
of recognized that th's'state! carrying ,'rAQKE..FLOUIUSTEA1JiPRESS1NGCOIJIPA t
y li (a) My'Thoughts a iw tx too much(excess baggage in Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Roberts'were Sunday afternoon at the Christian .
You (Cadman) (b) Golden Song v Ii visiting his mother In Lake But- Church. Everyone invited.
and useless
b'. the of overlapping
lp way
(Ashburn)-Mrs. J. D. Doyle, Jr., ler =
: Sunday.
offices and officials paid from the =
j'j'y.. 4 accompanied by Miss Ethel at the public treasury. Some1" of these l\1"\ and Mrs. B. McKinney spent I Y---
Reading' (a) Politeness
l 'undoubtedly the offspring of the week-end here with Mr. and
Party; (b) Making Missionary 'I t are Suits Cleaned Pressed and
,1 Smith.I 4 U+d f politics Others of 'them, it must Mrs. Carl McKlnnney. ReshapedJ.
i Money-Miss Dorothy Mrs.\ Edd Parrish and children
l be said In fairness, were set up at
ft Garden of Roses -
i 1 4 Voice (a) J ove'l a time when they possibly seemed were!! shopping In Starke Saturday. Frank Thoman-Phone 52
; (b) That's the Sweetest Song of ,
Mi1 and Mrs. Elice Starling
1! of All Mrs. J. W. Andrews, Jr., needed.-but In' those days manyof - -- ..- .. .
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i Sampson' spent the week-end herewith
us thought we many
F Long.
Mrs. ,
h' ty accompanist, her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A.
,' '+ ' Reading, Beautiful MemoriesMrs. -, We Want a Home and a Chance which would It have has been since much been better found we off O. Brown.Mr .

i L. O. Powell S. C, Smith was transacting
r have them
sit t The hostess, assisted l by her without. However, we ,business In Starke Filday.JllHs AccomodationAnd
Is not
1, mother, Mrs.'''T: J. Griffin, and Miss and tho present duty Novella .
, King of Hampton,
: hot tea and spend time arguing how, we got
:1 Dorothy Smith served Give A Home To
i 1 I ,. wafers. HACK TO ll)20? I them, or'when, but tb bravely was visiting Misses Pearl and Oer-

From the sunshine bags and silver Homeless Ones Tampa Dally Times intelligently apply the '''pruningknife. What It Means
j I that be-
z. ai ) offering the sum realized was It Is' well known
'' $37.28 and this amount will be fore tax reduction can be expected 'S S
'would like to have Among others, the people of there must be ecdnomV/ in the GAIETYTHEATRE '
}t used for the local work. How you a "Accommodation" is an empty phrase, until
nice pair of twins today You can Jackson county are'stirred up on government S >'HI T
lr 1' ;' DINNER I'ARTY IN HONOR make your selection between six the matter of taxation. They'have Very much t' /thfll l"o\dt'of!\ Governor put into actual practice. A bank's many facilitiesare

t t OF' VISITORS pairs of twins--one pair of twin organized the Jackson County Taxpayers'League. Carlton It '1s'' td'be' said that as.naught until actually made use of.
boys-five pairs of twin girls-al This Organizationheld 'ho has gone quite o way In. weedIng .
Honoring Mr and Mrs. W C. of these' twins being perfectly normal a meeting recently which' the out non-e f entials and reduc- STARKE FLA. That is.Why we offer to the growing businessman

Kammerer, Mrs. Lettle Eayre and lovable healthy children, u tithe Marlanna Floridan reported as' follows ing state exp nlles.''It Is impossible a banking service that will help him grow
tn' daughter! Miss Edna layre;; all of care of "Florida's Greatest : for the governor to' go very far In
r.. Philadelphia, Pa., Mrs. F. A Scott Charity," the Children's Home SocIety The Jackson County"Taxpayers that direction; however; If any bigger. It may be in our checking department or

{ ; to a', and Mrs. J. T, Qulglty entertained of Florida, which has Its headquarters League, at a mtetlng held Tues-" great progress is'to tie made along SATURDAY, MAR 29 in all departments. But, no matter where, the
evening at the in Jacksonville but hastlreo day, spoke, "right out In meeting, of.economy the way must
t at dinner Monday the path
hearty, complete accommodation of this bank is
in the adoption of ringing resolutions .
1, ld Magnolia Cafe.A Branch Receiving ilomes'atLakeland be blazed by the legislature. Its EDDIE QUILLANin
? tasteful arrangement of sweet !Miami\ and Pensacola.The which were unanimously I Important, then,, that the people yours always. ?
peas graced tho table and a delicious Home Society Is particularly passed and' also placed In the this year give more than the usual
three course dinner was serve anxious to find good family hands of members for signature consideration to the candidatesfor We Believe in a bank OFFERING accommodation

1 ed. Places were laid for Mr. and homes for all. six pairs of' twins throughout the county. The resolutions places In .either'branch of the "THE SOPHOMORE"Also rather than waiting to" be asked for it-

ti$ Mrs F. A. Scott, Mr. and Mrs. J. with families who would be willingto Whereas are as the follows: puhli'cof ( general assembly. Unless they That is why so many young business men and old-
"T. Quigley and the four honor provide for two brothers or two taxpaying do this and electOJ1t'y those pledged Pathe News and Com-
r' guests. sisters, for the policy of the Society the state of Florida discovers .to the strIctest',ecenomy and \ "tier concerns, too, rightly regard this as THEIR

r 1 MrsTKammerer and Mrs. Eayre all thru its twenty-seven years that the state Is being taxed of who can be absolutely'' relied on to edy, HOT SPARKS bank. '
Mrs. Scott of service,to Florida's children Its. life from a constant Increase there is
''f1a were girlhood friends of / stand by their promises;
and after dinner need- has. been not to separate -of .burdens placed on the taxpayIng tor'the' situation.
syy; and Mrs. Qulgley, not much hope
publlcby.the 1 t. /. t ... .* ,
legislatures that ?
; the party went to the home of twins under any 'circumstances: While the Jack'sdri'' county organization .t" us to explain
Mr. and- Mrs.. Scott and enjoyed Never before In Its many yearsof convene year after year, notwlth- is on'the' :-r'ight'' ifne The THURSDAY & FRIDAY .....' .
the disasters' and why this is YOUR
social conversation. service has the Society had more Times is ImpressedHhat it went a
.v than one or two pairs of twins at many losses that so unfortunatelyhave bit too far back when it returnedto APRIL 3 & 4 logical bank

PRESBYTERIAN AUXILIARY a time and it may be that never 'I developed In our great state, 1920 as' a basis for 1931 appro- RICHARD DIX
(UVE$ TEAMembers again will "twin hunters" ever 'In many ways causing depression priations. Florida is now a very
c ; have such a varied group to select and in many''instances financial different state front 'what it was in"TIIEWIIEEL 4 PER CENT INTEREST PAID
of the Ladles' Auxiliary from. ruin, while In the midst of same In 1920, It has' at least a halt
t of the Presbyterian church were Now of course If you want triplets even many of its working peopleare million more population than then.It OF LIFE"

t+i' hostesses at a Lenten Tea given or quadruplets or If'you pre- put out of employment. : has a highway system that in Also 5th' Episode of BANK OF STARKE
;4' Tuesday night at the Womans' fer just one child the Home SOc- Whereas, further that through: 1920 was scarcely dreamed of. The '
r Club. iety can fill most any order for Dane of the machine poli<<; development'of south Florida, especially "TARZAN TIlE TIGER

The musical: program was opened children that any family ''could lobbyists and organized In the'''10- 'ear, period has AN HONOR ROLL BANK
i' with a piano solo by'Mls\ s Elizabeth send It for all' four of its Receiving groups of various officers and ben- been> almost mlra ul tus. All this, J
v Kendrick. This was folloW.ed Homes are filled with home eflcarles, the laws of Florida! have along with other things that mightbe Children over 12 years must I
by a reading given by Miss Lucille less children from tiny babies up created many more public offices recited, means' that the state -
Mitchell and a vocal selection to fifteen years of age and never and several times In the past years of necessity,' requires more money pay full fare. Children under -
by Wesley Stearns.A has the Society been quite so anxious have raised the salaries ot .same for its governmental operations
fif 1 '' feature of the evening's entertainment to find good homes for its' In many cases created many ,of'Ices than It did then. -JBnt/ there Is 6 admitted free with an
was. ha dramatic children, for there are scores' of that are absolutely"unnecessary considerable"tlla't! ("''that4'can betaken adultGaiety
ryt 9 sketch .Twp.Maaters.. which was h e 1 p/1 Joss, homeleass youngsters and fl1llng'many of tha' same;' tip and 'which'mhst' be if

presented by eight members of the waiting"' to be eared for just' as with Inefficiency. 'creating 'also we are' to get'anywhere>! 'with tax

Penney Farms Auxiliary. soon as room can be made for new boards, commissions) bureaus ...
Concluding the program were selections them. and oilier departments that Increase -

'. by a quartette composed Tho Home Society will give you burdens on the taxpayers
i a of Misses Isabel and Alice Fernan- full Information concerning the with comparatively no results obtained IIiiffor

l' des and Elizabeth and Eatello KendrIck twins or triplets or child you may of any material value. 1 Y ; !
l1. accompanied:. by Mrs. E. M. dqslre, and its family history and And further, whereas, it appearsto
t' t ,Davis.' will let you take them on trial fora this body of taxpayers that our InIhef / ,
government seems to have driftedfor
--. full year before any permanent n
IIRIDGH PARTY arrangements or legal adoption is years into more extravagance, took a
{' ;d required. easy money for politicians with : better.

Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Knight entertained Think It over and drop a line to such recklessness' that It seems the you're

) u their club and-friends at Marcus' C. "Daddy" Fagg, State taxpayers have been entirely overlooked com
1'' bridge Thursday ,evening at their Superintendent, 428 St. James bled,and imposed upon In has
i home on Call street. Radiance Building, Jacksonville Florida, the passage of such acts that one proved (itself EXTRA-good enough to

a 1 .roses were effectively arranged who will gladly give: you all the of the greatest states In the Unions All the latest lead In popularity for 15 yean, at
: about the living room where three Information desired and send a being brought to actual grief. GOODYEAItS least deserve a try? Put on a Goodyear -
th, tables were spread for play. representative of the Society to Therefore, be is' resolved by this' next time-get the low-down on
High scores for the evening were talk the! plan over with you in body of taxpayers, upon this occasion are here at low this question of which kind I b best I
,.S made by Mrs. E. M.tJohns and Mr. person. do we declare ourselved!!'opposed -' 1030 ]Prices

J. C. Robinson. The hostess served Six pairs of twins and oodles of to to such proceedings.: ,Wa Doable Eagle,.New Heavy Duty, Standard

her guests a tempting naiad other little helpless', homeless believe that It Is wrong, that It Is Alt-Weather: and the l.u>'priced 61i'
Sri course. Those enjoying this occasion children, all begging: for good ruinous to our people and that !'f ,

t were Mr and Mrs. II. C. Wall, homes, kind parents, love, care and the. same Is not checked 'Imme'd.lately value New Style .T tUt folder
S Mr. and Mrs. Telfair Long. Mr education. great grief will continue to _ _

and Mrs. .J.. C. Robinson Judge Who will be the first to offer coma upon the taxpaying classes Full Oversize--* quality possible
and Mrs. A. Z. Adkins, Senator them a good homeITIIim.S ? We resolve further, that we' beleve because of the low coat Goodyear
'. and Mrs. E. M. Johns. the expense of operating the enjoys by building more than 'A
\\ FROM HACK state of Florida and the general of all tires sold In America. Fresh
appropriation to be made throughout 1930 "Orata"-earefuUy mounted-

Because of professional obligations .- the state, generally speaking lifetime uarantef'd-backed by out
@la_ that have arisen, since the hat Is outside of schools and 7r year round service.
announcement of my candidacy for road, and the supreme court, e ,
die r state's attorney It wlllibe Impos- should be placed back to about the

Mr. and !Mrs. Jeff Davis, Law- sible for me to give my full timeto ftll'uresthat were used In operatIng n.n..a high Prmrar

________SJ tey. boy March 23rd. the duties of the office should I the state's affairs,Iii the year d'.r "..4lt-21. (::11I..0). 'IUI 31)-:1: 1-3 rl rd Horn BOA
: be elected 4J10-21b: (::1..1141. ..e.5S: 1111:1: 1-J: rl. rd OS!! 1'.15
Mr. and Mrs. A. II. Starke
aSt Baty, nu-si ,. _
1920.We (30 I.nOC 11.03
Seca: 1-3 .. rd _____ 11..TMM "
r r } girl Mrch 21st. I feel' that the people of this cir recommend that our governor r -t.T.1-ll (4KNx47l: _. ran al" rd _____ N.M.
{ ;a cuit are entitled to full time service in the next legislature, use 4.T1.XO..., :1.13.: ._ Hilt 3..1 ... rd. _.u__V..1"0'1:
t' I s..21 (SOm473 i.xl 89c4: 1-3 5e ____J1.IW:
his bent to 1920or rd
Several thousand patriots in from the state's attorney and go.back'to 5 a.INt-.8.fl9..5..Nl: ... Hm a74 i-2 ** rd __.14....
+ Florida are considering making as I will not be 'able to give the less,* a.., basis. upon. which aptrop'rlatlons IS..Nt-lO. : (30,3.011., 5.151. 544 ,-:1 S3 rd ___.....*
s the supreme sacrifice and becoming office my undivided attention, I shall, be granted for t. suo-at I.IO" aixo.iMM r T"N.W> a..3 Mw. rd hd __.:304S

'1'', i candidates for governor of this hereby withdraw my nave from the operation of the state of' Florida IJI3-31 (21)0:5.:13.(lxSJI9: : ) 10.2J 0.13: vets 9.7tS lit ae rd.. .hd..*!
!4e ) grand and glorious commonwealth consideration of the voters. ThankIng as aforesaid. .
next year. Many of them are out my many friends for their assurance Further resolved, that this body Theatre TUBES ALSO LOW' PRICED

r In the swamps now practicing upi of support I am. go on record and pledge !itself to We'll
i by calling the bogs. On the stump Very respectfully o-operate and stand for such roluctlons gladly inspect your tires free-and inflate tile..
they will call the sheep. EVERETT M. JOHNS. as aforesa 'That they Drive in!
.pi will do all In their power to have STARKE
,, St. Augustine Meeting held Approximately 3,000 acres Irish unnecessary expenses cut out of MAR 31 B'\TTERYClIAROIXG
recently by poultry men of county potatoes will be planted around any future appropriations that
a krg to'organise as unit for North Santa Fe, Worthingon Springs and might be made by, the l legislature, MONDAY Announcing our new RITCH'SServite:
Florida Poultry Association. Lacrosse sections'this year.Highway and that we will not support any '
; i High Springs 433 carloads : No. S will be widenedand candidate) la the coining demo- NOT A MOVIE, REAL STAGE SHOlfr' to tested motorist and Batteries -
citrus fruit moved through local repaved for distance of 14 ratio primary In June for the teffslature "
BLUSH promptly StationiUAUANTEKD
I yawl of Atlantic Coast line for sev miles between Sulphur Springs and : or the 'senate or any other ,

en-day period recently. 1 Pasco county line. office In the state or county who CHILDREN, 20c. ADULTS, 40c 4 l TIRE ItEPAIRING ESTIMATES FREE


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1"09 FiVe

BRADFORD COUNT TKMCOnArH. STARKE. TXOItlPA .. ----- .----.- ....----- ----- .--- -
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1', DLtftCli 930 ..........-..". = ---. --- ---- ---
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..- ------- :.._:..:.. -_. .., seeds, beans.peas .
d525'i.S: IU :Uoc.oc.a: A !good variety of District MeetingWoodmen

I corn, chufas, velvet beans, ,tBROOKER IMH Thinking of something new to

butter beans, peanuts, etc., J. ,F. Circle Pearce' Celery ..
Klckllter. 3-21-U. S

Bits of --------- Meets in ............. A.... j tell you is getting harder and

Col. D. E. Knight returned Sat- i Florene Ward Mlldrod ,

< urday from an extensive business Lubedla Plnholster and Mr. harder each week. I admit that

trip to South Florida, having pro- A total of'(10,000.000( Mott were visiting; friends in

L crai NevicsConcerning ; fessional business In Orlando, KlaIslmmee in Florida of which $337,000 Sunday afternoon. i I '

J. Tampa, Sarasota and Pun. Invested In Hlllsboro county, Stella Mae Ward of Jack- rill not so hot at this writing tJJ
and ''ta Gorda. the confidence the spent the. week-end here J' t
Our People Business pressing
; ,
l Circle basin this state!, friends and relatives racket; I can't solve mysteries .
of the County and Town. I Misses Madge and Hazel I ,Mid- men and Mr.
Progress specifically; fn this \ and Mrs. McKeever
Gru- more
dleton, Ethel: Griffin, Minnie
ber and Mrs. B. W. Griffin of Jacksonville All three> nu mbers'oltbe of Graham, were transact like S. S. Van Dine and I can't write Jokes like Oclavus.Rny

...=. ,=C'IC'I sa<;';J<;';! s-----asps-asasrosasag!! \ spent the week-end in Investment (committee are to here Tuesday. and Cohen but I ran rhew gum tike Will Rogers; > so I Rtiens I'm
2r2r 4wtTlum ---- In Robert Lee Dnnlel
5 Tampa, St. Petersburg Lake tend a district meeting srs. qualified. The only difference between Will Rogers and myself
RECORD tie Hi Century Club last Friday \ Everett of High: Springs.
March 31. They are ::
: Wales and places of Interest on Monday l Is that the newspapers pay him for his articles and I haveto
night. and Mrs. visiting friends here Monday
-March the west coast. Mary K. pay newspapers to print mine It don't seem fair t think
20, 1930: Alexander Talley of Omaha. .
ek ending I'll write and tell some of them fellers that I'll work cheaper
Wisconsin, was <
Mln Prec.n ond n8t Mtller
Mas. Mesdames s. L. Peek, O. L. M,'. O. K. Lewis left Tuesday f"ir national president Ott
last Saturday thnn Will maybe' they'll give me a Job You can readily ace
53 .27 respectively and friends here ;
Beasley, J. L. Peek and J. II. the Veterans' Hospital at Lake secretary
0 .00 afternoon. that I've been' running a store because the first thing I thinkof j
43 Montgomery, and Sunday
n In Jacksonville Ethel Holiway,
Rltch, Jr. were City, where he will remain\ two
I 71 65 .01 Tuesday. weeks During his absence his national director. '. Wilson Russ of Theressa, cutting the price. I suppose you have noticed. all the Sale

2 61 51 2.06 place in the Telegraph office will\ Miss Myrtle Otis Crump, of Saturday night here with Banners which are adorning our town. Well folks I'm here '
6Z 66 .68 be filled by Eddie: Diamond: of pa, mem tier of the national and relatives. to tell you that I don't let any of them undersell us. This Joint
4 70( 62 .00 The Intermediate G. A. will hold Lake Butler. latlve committee an.l state Stella Mae Ward and Mr railed Sternberg's is a fixture In this town and while I am mirethat I

21 70( 42 .00 Its circle meeting with Thelma ager!; of Florida, is busy Mott attended the show In most of you know that we carry only the bent. of merchandise '

26 rainfall for week, In. 2.92 Withrow Monday afternoon at 3: If. G. Raymond of Halifax, Nova preparations for the meethig. Saturday night. and that the priced meet competition anywhere In the IT.

30. Scotia, who Is attending the Is assisted by officers and E. M. and G. W. flaxen S. A.. I'm going to keep telling you about It so you don't for-
H. Boring Jr. of Waldo of the Canada of Gate. City Grove No. 2, transacting business' !! .
8. J. Club get. Take a peep at our new Spring: Frocks priced from $5.91to
here this,week. Beautiful Easter silk dresses at which Is Bay Grove No. 163 Bayshore Tuesday.
1 Ixltng: ; Life Assurance Company, o' to Jacksonville. And if
$11.95 Taint a bit use going:
Stump's.Mr. Georgia; 177, Temple No. 292. and .'. L. H. Oalney and daughter
being held at Augusta. business visitors to you need a pair or two of silk hone we carry the! ONYX.tit.
W. J. EppersonWednesday Grove No. 270. were
ilrs. Rev O. P. Heights
his father,
and In Jacksonville. John, Powell and Misses will visit week, arriving' The Woodmen Circle Is a Tuesday don't make 'em any better. W. 1. Pougles' wrote ma a letter

Alice Fernandez Lois Colley and Raymond for one ternal Insurance society; '. and Mrs J. J, Morgan and the other day and said, "Go to It, Nat, I'm for you," I think.

:;Brand Shoes are i1 \\.ler'* Eva' Marcotte w'ere visitors to In Starke on Friday. entirely by women. It has a Clarence were visiting in he liken me 'cause I .sent him a ch8'ck for what 1 owed h'm.

I t Store. i Jacksonville Monday ord of having nmd
p-s .N..NN1N+++--.......a I-I payment a year slnco 1921 '. Otis 11 rock man of Stnrke, Jn.t erreer Ir. ...twAole '

I c. Wall Is In Tampa Mi\ and Mrs. II. J. Frank of members In good standing who attending to business here on Hnodii.STERNBERG'S. S fsry .'"{ 1,1 -.
,. ji HAMPTON : ,
.11 I
Mr. "guests of their : for two and Tuesday. new ) order Ikat
visiting her parents Jacksonville, are longed to the society )
week 1011....... Co.... far roe as :
C. T. Dutton. son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and MI. Ada or more. In this WilY mt:> '. Pippy of Gainesville, was I ItrrM

Mrs Mrs. C. C. Frank. ....N..N.N..NN..Ni payments amounting to more i' to business here Satur TIIK UKMAIIM: .: HTOIIK

IT. W J. Griffin from Jacksonville was a business on Mr. and Mrs. W. II.. Hart left Mrs Elmore Red of Alachua savings$2,000,000 to Florida have, been members' made. ,*. and Mrs. A. B. Shaw of My IdiUtit HOIIU;: "Ulu-H You Think of Slwx'H, Think of til'' .""

,,Ir here for Waycross, Ga., Wednesday to county, was the guest of her niece,, have amounted to nearly $ ) were transacting bust- 1 _1..._. ___._._.._.._n____.._ : :. : .
nenday. Friday.
attend the funeral of Mr. Hart's Mrs.. P. B. Hunt last of At present, the Hotlely'a\ here Saturday.

"and Mrs. E. Mosely and grandmother. Mrs. Ayers and daughter, of Home for Aged Members and .*. and Mrs Ralph! Ha en and week-end here the guest of his than 60 per cent No. 1 grade
Is the guest
visitors here from Philadelphia, who phan. Children at Sherman, son were visiting her par daughter, 1Ir8.'lI1hl t Morgan About 126 acres are planted In
were C. L. May,
ran Wednesday. Sheriff and Mrs. M. M. McGee Mrs. Ayers' nieces, Is engaging the attention: 01( :: near LaCrosse Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Bryant Retldlng this rtlon., Total plantings of
State Farm several days of Mrs., C. M. Sweeney, and Miss: Mar. the | Lena Laird of Starke, was Farm, were countyare
of Stuart, spent returned bers from all parts of and baby of tho State Irish potatoes in VoluHla
" shades In Humming this week with Mr. and'Mrs. O. A. lon E. Jones, have Just In I The first building of the Home Monday with Mills Iris Brown visitors. at the homo of his mother estimated at more than 700

II 1 new at Stump's. Andreu. [ from a trip of sight-seeing, bo dedicated June 25, 26, 27, large; crowd of young; people !Mrs. H. F. Redding, Sunday after acres by T. A, Brown, agrlrullur;

[ nose i South Florida. They were aecom-1' many Florida. members are '! at the home of Miss Lois noon. al agent, who has kept In. ..IDle

and Mrs. O. L. Beasley were Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Terrell and panted by Mrs..Ayers' ,,' ning; to make the. ; Saturday night and enjoy- Mr. and biro Ury Reddish of Wa- touch with the crop from plantingto

r.-ead guests of Mr. and Mrs sons i J? C. Jr., and Maurice Ray, MI'. ,and Mrs. Wm. C. the Kammerer winter the Shrine of Fraternity. Mrs. round dance riven in honor of teroak, were visitors at the home maturity'

k In Jacksonville. of White Springs, -were/attending who' are spending; Kocou and Mrs. Talley, who I Ott Miller of Wisconsin. The of their daughter Mra. Cohen -
>. Tyson business Saturday. months here They' report.. a very ree"lHI"wlU adjourned at the hour of 11 Peele Friday. I
to ; : 7 ed the Home ,
Lois Terrell of White pleasant trlp..rJ has j members about the,.Home all reported a good time. Mr. and Mrs. J, to:. Rosier andchildren J A.RUPERTDentist
las Sullivan,
was transacting business Col. 'J. L. Frazee was in Miami Mrs. Josephine Theressa society's 214-ncr s.te: at were visiting Mrs. Jean I.
i ngn Saturday. first of the week conducting a case Just returned she has been the guest of In Florida the Woodmen ....................... Gasklns !Monday afternoon. d"
before the circuit court for Dade where has a combined adult and Miss Willie Mae Reddish spent
will her son, A. L. Sullivan. than KVKRORKKNMra. : with her grandmother ''
32 of more the week-end
he Junior Circle No. county Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Quigley of membership ( F. A, Hosier. Cor.) > KM\HIOVh: : IIKIOIITH, KUA.
their' meeting to the 3rd at the The society is makjug, : Mrs. J, S. Roster, and cousin

slay pono evening In April. Col. and Mrs. D'.E. Knight, Mrs. Starke attended services last Sunday membership gains ,In .this ...................... Louise Roiiiur

H. H. Young and Mrs. C. A. Baptist church here having been bated .[ Rosier and Mr Kendrick of Starke, wan a '
Tuesday In Jackson- ovennw.Baccalaureate: :. honor' roll, '. and Mrs. J. E. visitor to Evergreen on 666 Tablets
r. and Mrs. C. F. Tomlinson Knight spent sermon, delivered the "big ten" Pauline and Mary, wero business
/ the arrival of a ville. each month In the Tuesday.
announced March 21stTIBB to the ninth grade of the Hampton appears official publication, to Starke Saturday U.II.,.. llmditrli. or N.... .le. a. ?
girl on Friday, school, by Rev. Montgomery ty's and chil .. .. N'day
Reddish .
cushions and cushion public Willie tie ..I.u'_ rhrrka a role the r
Auto tops
26tf of Waldo on March 21st Tidings were vlsltnlg her mother, Orange and grapefruit trees are and cb.rk. .MetIs .ke..
\ Eloise Gerry, who spent covers., M. Leviton. National President blooming In Florida and according '
at 8p.m. she J. S. Rosier, Thursday of last dare. 1
1-ral weeks here, has returned officials of the G. S. &: F. cently announced that to reports from over the state see also In Liquid
The -
ier Madison, Wis. Mrs. Robert F. Demorest returned send a traveling gavel to one bo big of oranges .
home In Railroad arrived here this' week, Redding was. a vl ltor there should a crop .- -- -----
Monday' from a month'sstay of three groups of
In each bloom
fall. Grapefruit
cars, next
touring of last
Irs. DeWitt C. Jones of Galnea- in Amerlcus, Ga, with rela- side-tracked enjoying boating, huntingand large, medium and,, small, Jacksonville, does not show up so well In some STEKL COURTNEY

l>. was In Starke Wednesday af- tives. and are McOI1landing\ t a had the best production Mon counties and some orange!!: bloom Isshort '
fishing at the \ Pauline Rosier spent 'N tlltl""!II( 10

oon. MTJ..G. .,White returned Wednesday I few, miles from here. of the First January.of having\ one Floridaias'of thatraveling() I night with Misses Geneva and the on northern account tier of cold of countiesbut weatherIn ;) AndIIKUINTKIIIOIt II 10:*I, 1''

Miss Mabelle Fore spent life from Tallahassee, where Ref. Norris, pastor,'here preached avery els first, and Miss Crump (' Gaaklna.and A. J. Scarbor- general conditions are' good. tCN'r/tTM II II OK Kit /
E. Rosier
In 'Wildlid. visited her sister, Miss Mona Baptist she presides,, Is In
whenever Samaula
k-end at her home she Interesting sermon here to araudience It were visitors to Starke Sat Potato digging; at Starke, Fla.

> Alderman.Mrs. I of eager listeners. At 8 meeting during the month of. roa.Av'N\ progress. and according to reportsthe
\Voodmen Circle assets better r
services were conductedby II Sapp of Russell spent the crop Is expected _. .
Club Banard who has been p. m. the than$23,700,000.. - --- - -- --
So J.
lembers of the Sew and F. Brotherhood from Jacksonville now more .. ._-- --
it Tuesday evening with Miss the guest of Mr. and Mrs. .J. It. United Gainesville. The service society has a combined =-----

ty Chamberlin. Lord, left last week for .her homeIn \rendered and was very beautiful ship of 168,000. V Vi&1I Vh

Detroit, Mich. -
ew Model In Gossard Corsets'I' and Interesting;, consisting: of special Htarkn Grove Meets( .. ....
of the Uni- music, one held
Kl Combinations at Stump's. Mr. Frank Mitchell testimonials. The The Starke Grove
versity of Florida, spent the week- and Interesting ular meeting Tuesday,

Otrs. L. M. DeSha of Lake Wales end here' with Mr., and Mrs. J, M. service was enjoyed who by all.has been 7:30: o'clock in the.Woodman Y

|-< the guest of her father, W.J Mitchell. Mi John Sloan months with on East Call street* The
Struth here Saturday. I (spending the for was called to order by the
J Mrs. T. T. Long and Mrs. D. P. friend here left last Monday ian, Mrs. luman, all officers

[.1. O. Alvarez of Jacksonville, Is Carpenter spent the week-end with his home In Burnsde! of, Conn.South Flor- present and a. large number pECINOTl ,
i. guest of his grandmother,. Mrs. their mother, Mrs W. T. Jack lon, ida W, lathe E. guest of Mr. and. ,, Mrs. members enjoyed the 4sveuing.The
Ilia Chace. in Baconton, Ga trip U Tampa was
C. Van ed and arrangement! made
27th pupilsof
IMIng Lillian Barefoot spent the Miss Kate Struth left for Jack- Next Thursday, Man. school de- ladies from ,JackaqnrUla: ,

.i'k-end with her parents at San- sonville Wednesday where she will the Hampton will''entel.taln high with a Penney. Farms, Lake, ,City,

spend two weeks with Mr. and partment Oak Campville, Hawthorne,
rson. next Fri-
Mrs. W. L. Edwards.Mr. '. play the city March hall.. the On 28th, the and Conner to slop while' In SSNSATIONAI'1IIONS .
day Hotel.
Broward Strickland and Nathan exercises pa at the Tampa Bay

watt were In Darlen, On, Sun- E. K. Perryman and Mrs. high school commencement at. the city Mrs. Vonda Inman, state ; TIlflSf1 SPSCIAl'S:

v, L. A. Davis were called to Atlanta will take place and friends of supervisor and district GronoloedCOffEE /
Wednesday on account of the serious hall. All patrons will receive the greatest )' SAVlNr Coo 56c
be -
to pres't
brother; N. tho school are Invited of pure
Mrs. Maurice DeSha and Miss Illness of their hA given a member that 101s..

ba Marshall of Waldo, were vis- A. Perryman.. ent. - crowned Queen from North linage UGM .
afternoon. e Mrs..* Mildred -
Tuesday Is tral Florida.
rs to business )110".11 37c
Mr. and Mrs. F..A. Scott had as This bridge the game.extra. hazardous of Ft. Pierce, will be Queen ) pound Can

Dr. and Mrs. E. L. Biggs enter- guests this week Mr, and Mrs. W. getting in Last week a husband the southern parL .pf. the ,\\1 39CSNowDRrFT

,ned the members of the Twen- C. Kammerer, Mrs. Lettle Eayre class. over: the wife's head Mrs. Inman will be :

and daughter, Edna, all of Philadelphia broke a she jar played the wrong card by the i degree team ,t"Tbe Quaker

Pa.Dressmaking. and because this week a man's wife threwan Winners."",.nd by the / IUnoBU'f'fER.(1t. /

clock at him when he are honored ,as Princesses Oi'fS.1'l'O) Good Self lac
ENT A WORD% alterations trumped her ace and knocked out Shriver, ,Wins Amy Moore 24 \\1s. ;

plain sewing. Mrs. P. S. Dew, cor- 'of his teeeth. ,We quit play Meade\ Mrs. 'Luna Butte peanut LOUR
214tf. one _
J ner Cherry and Jackson. ing some time ago. It Is no anesthetic Gore ,of,Ocala, gutNUlle\ gumbo X50 !

COLUMN tired business man.With da,: Inman,;,,whowlll,.,.bOth jar 10 Ceniorz1SCkLean
and for a .
Davis "
B. wtU
Mr., and Mrs. ."C .: 440' : Ju1nlptrPrtfice5q 1t* > ,
-: Furnished apart :Bruce Jr., returned last Sat -- ; to officers and
IOH'' RENT son deficiency Judgments the gifts o' Fol Mi\'fCUES.2
lower' floor:. 3. 'F.}< Kickliter urday to Arcadia, after a' week issues other debts and hard line of march for the : - Streak/
Da- bond
E. .
3-21-tf. here with Mr. and Mrs. over the heads of Members' from these ;; 1C IorO'
times hanging -
: at Stark Strea/ ComP"
-. vl*. Individuals and business men and points wl1fneet \\1 vO 25cRI
cane Gainesville, forming a -
OR SALE Simpson sugar R. Amos municipalities It looks like Bi\CO ior
Porto Rico Mr. and Mrs. Walter the handsof to Tampa. _
for seed, genuine to go Into MILR.3
week to will all .
of >
the first TTroc V
Truby, returned ,
M. debts
J. the
sweet potato Seed. 1-17tf their home in Denver, Colorado, a receiver. wipe .out There Is Keystone HelghU yen 2 c 2 ciR'MOUR'S
Starke,. Fla. several days herewith and start all over again. auditorium d0 CUEESE
after spending ability to pay anda the Palms 14NS,
II. II. Young. a limit to the :
PEANUTS Mr. and Mrs. reached shore of Lake-of-Bays LEi CREi\M
LORIDA RUNNER I whole lot of folks have .
'lImestoneland. lately. 4 ;
Raised on Redldck bushel. Peanut Mr. and bfra: Young and that limit. Gi'S fULL 2 lbs
75c per and Mrs. WalterR. '\ Li\RD 1
I. Mar- their guests Mr. D r
hay, 18.00 per ton. D. Young ..
3-14-41 Amo s, also Theodore ., C011POU 2Sc
tin, Reddlck, Fla. Mondayat (ior
and Wesley Stearns spent More than"a quarter of 3 Cans
['oil SALE]-Owen strain Rhode Daytona BEiS,

Island Red setting eggs, $1 for I Struth will return century protecting from i\ D
: 'Mrs. W. H. 4
duck eggs s PORK 255-
15; Mammoth Pekln Saturday where .' -
Edwards, from Jacksonville and beautifying-., GIBBS -
Maurice :
lOc each. J, 321-41, she baa been the guest of her son- cay ., -
Starke, Mr;and Mrs. RICESbs
and daughter;
in-law erty of those who
W. L. Edwards. GRt\DE
on SALE-Improved t '
Northern - 1 the best. Madd to GOOD
plants. and Mrs.:W.: W.: Praetorlus of Cocoa
grown. Free from disease grandmother SrOREWIIS"S
of her 1A1
Beach Is the guest [
Nematode (or III sect pest.) price .Mrs. Laura I. Powell. longest in_Florida --.
Kipress: prepaid $2.76 per 1.000.( them returned from.Bald

Southern Plant Specialist. 2-28-tf., Dins- Both win the of first of the week when eo1d bY'. \ \ "- A

-more, Fla. they visited Mrs. !I... E. Tanner. \ SATISFACTION IS

[r.OST-one black McClelland saddle The W. T. Weeks Chapter U County' Farmers
March 16th, on Bradford
old, Sunday, D. C., will meet Wednesday after-
road between Starke and Judge April 2nd, at 3:30, at tht
Gardiner's. Wide stirrup leather home noon. of Mrs. George C. White.. Supply Company

stirrup and fenders.Information Oood Mrs. White and Miss Amelia Ray, 1

reward for return or hostesses.

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I 1I Farmers and FarmingBy SAY' CENSUS OFFICIALS : un ,

(By Agricultural Editor) ,

Farm In. Ml Land Vafmv Ry One
.. up to the judgment. of the census
.. .. .
-- -- - - IVrHon, Whether It In Three
enumerator to decide whether agricultural fuLL Mows
Farmers and Truckers Are Invited to Contribute Articles Acred or Three Thouwa ..- operations were being

t.. of Farm Experiences and Methods Found >i l .Arres.A carried out. Farm land Is considered \ ; : Chemical l Corporation
when You IV. No. 8
not only
: "operated; __ ___ __
To He Best Suited to Our Country farm, according: to the census cultivated crops are raised on it, I.. I

bureau la all the land farmed by but also when it Is used to any I YIELD COUNTS In growing pota KO' SUBSTITUTE!rA "Whatever the fun ------------
. . .. .. .... . toes.Uniform tubers of 4iUh Quality function of manganese may
------- -- --- -- --- one person. whether It it three I u ,L
significant extent for pasture or
l 19 the certain good farmer has been element Is Indispensable '
j. come with largo yield.
I BERRY acres, or three thousand acres. for cutting hay.A I secret of profit In growing potatoes. baying a carload of V-O every' year mol growth of plants 'tom&r. OM.

GROWERS' IN ALABAMA Sounds simple doesn't It? Well.; number of agricultural pur- -V.CparnpN.t. for a Ions time and making money Schreiner, Bureau of OhemUtn ?:

It wa n't so simple for the govern- suits not usually considered by V v-o _ with It. Not long ago ha was having Bolls. "

ment officials to decide what the average as farming an argument/ with his dealer about V-o-_
11I PICK SEVERAL YEARS FROM 1 A should be considered a farm by comes within the census bureau's Canada Is Learning Too terms. V V
"All right said the dealer finally. Through 54 Yea rs-Vj
the enumerators during the census definition. Alf'market and truck "As the plant food content of the "U you foel that way aboutIt !i

to be taken in April. Much study gardens, fruit orchards, nurseries Canadian soils'slowly diminishes "Mv father and I have used u..
and of rlence houses poultry yards. farmers realize more and more the brands for 64 years" jTT
jrL SINGLE SETTING OF PLANTS years practical ex;,) green said
value of fertilizers In obtaining increased Usher recently when be
and all paid
were necessary before the short, places for keeping bees R, ort.. on.,
yields. his occasional visits
*. concise definition was agreed dairies in or near cities, even the AU.UB.
4 .
R g da.. sales office of V-O.
-- J
r upon. though little land is employed, are, v-C-- M
Fifty-four .
i. years.
; J. M. Castleberry In Plant V No
By .
? wOIIdIr
3L Dr. L. C. Gray and Dr. O. E. Baker for census purposes, farms pro- "V-O Roods are OK-none bet- V-O believes in old friends!

t : City Courier.) Springtime isWhitewash of the Department of Agriculture -' vided they produced in 1929 agricultural ter."-E. S. Hyder 4 Son Dealer Not long after the Civil War t k,

? 7' In contrast to the practice of assisted census officials in deciding products of the value of Stonjrpolnt, Tenn.vo I'll just turn you over to the farmer then In his active rnldlllt

e :I ttonth Florida growers In setting Time upon what should be called at least $250. If such places are _ Virginia-Carolina Chemical Corporation life used to enter the All Il1IRt a om"

: ont new plants each year, South a farm. of more than three acres, they are and let them sell you every spring and buy aU his I.IUzor. \!.

Alabama strawberry growers pick No one thing adds to the Joy The amount of farm land owne"d! farms regardless of the value of Heavy Fire Losses' direct. sometimes.. A little The boy farmer was with h1IIi
"Mot much won'tl" the wu
I, :I: four or five years from one set- of farm and suburban living as by one person has nothing to do their produce.In The yearly loss from farm fires ,ihot back you at him. "Domelike customer Usher, one of the first customeriS

,' U.g.! much as attractive surroundings; with the definItion'of a farm so 1925, thij last year in which amounts to about. 3.BOO/ lives. Inhuman that wflIldvou?I'll be everlastingly the Georgia. Chemical Works,

i :t Alabama growers ml no both they A well kept lawn,--shrubs and far ax .the Census Bureau is con- M farm censu was taken- in the terms, and more than Sl'-O-' shriveled If I'll let you do anythingof I the little boy was M. H r/sh-aD4

Mluu'onnry! and Klondyke' varle-' flowers all add materially to attractiveness cerned. The question is not how I United States,. there were 15,151 OOO.OOO on top of that In money of the kind--I won't stand for It, _now a successful and upBtandlm
The U. B. Deportment
tlf*. Klondykes formerly were I --but much of this much land does he own but bow farms of less than three acres. The terms. darned\ If I will! Now you listen to' citizen of Hepzlbah Uu.

4 the leading variety but In recent beauty Is lost If the buildings'and much does he operate or farm. A total number of 'farms In the nation me-I want V-O. and I won't take I forming The little boy grew ui> and tx-m
by himself
h the Missionaries have anything: else but V-O and youneedn't and his latbPl
;years forged man'who
fences are neglected.In owns 300 acres might was 6371640. stood good for his fertilizer
try to put anything else off till tin
bond and probably more than 75 a great many cases sheds out- farm half of it himself and rent The general definition of a farm on me!" boy reached 21. Then M H Ugh!*

: l>or runt of the acreage Is In the houses and fences are made of the other half out to three ten- -"All the land which l Is directly Sound like It's made up? Well. It'sa began buying his own sunDltetstlll > -.

latter variety now ttone or rough lumber. While It ants, 60 acres to each. This wouldgo farmed by 'one person, either by true story. One of the division at the old V-O office In Aususu

J f Plants used by Alabama growers Is difficult to paint these with oil down on ,the census records as his own labor alone or with the superintendents of V-O can cite "I've triad others at times" u,,
usually are home-grown or seen Agriculture has organized a campaign chapter and verse. Usher admits. "But that's all. Ytw
: paints they can be whitewashed four farms because the land farm- assistance of members of his
r V to prevent farm fires. "Al- might say I've bought
red from numerics at practical]
V V V ,.Art Plants Judsonla vaslly, quickly and at small cost ed by each man is considered as a household or hired I em- though the work has Iwardly V-O nothing but V-O during my whoM

' , from the Arkansas Whitewash or cold water paint ployees"-has remained practically started." says the Secretary of Agriculture .. Ills I don't have to guess about
4 i: nratlon have been found to be not only br'ghtens these unsightly unit.On the other hand, one man the same since 1870, the first "It has already Indicatedthe The nit If 011" greatest resource, the V-O-I know. Any time, anwhll1

t much superior for use there than places but it Is an excellent pre er- might rent various tracts of land year In which it was used by the likelihood that within the next on* that above all should"." conservedthe I can count on V-0."
fertility of Its toil. -Wheeler
$V if1: the home-grown but of course vative. When applied to trees It from 10 different owners. He census bureau. If the figures for few years the farm fire loss max be McMillen. V-C----
: lire more expensive and I reduced as much as 10 per cent." -
some might rent few different to be valuable
repels the ravages of insects and a acres on shares censuses are v-o
icrowera still use the latter s'mply: worms ; a few more from somebody else for purposes of comparisons, V-O V Now Look at Them!

VV V by purchasing from neighbors or I The uses for whitewash are for money rent. and the rest ftom I they must be based on the same "The present period of rapid It Was a Good Brealifast It used to be that country
rt by netting the plants which WOUPJ!\
grow numerous and If It Is best to apply other people on different terms definitions. When the census records change Is only commencing In a never were quite comfortable

'\'., :fl t'L' 'r' from runners In thelrlown fields.I the mixture especially developedfor The different pieces of ]land might show that there were six million larva way. Heaven help tho who aSk Hitch-hike of you a Harry morsel; "Lady of breakfast might?"I the clothes they had to wear.about But

V : Two I'lnntlrtft HcoMons<< each particular condition. In be widely separated. 1C they were .farms in the country at'onetime cannot read the handwriting on Housewife: "But you seem able-
:r There are two planting seasons order to assist the public to pro- all farmed and managed by one and five million at another the wall. -Exchange. bodied-strong enough to work for ... :
V In Alabama one in February and cure the best possible results, the man, however they would all be the meaning of the word "farm" v-o your meal." -

March and the other in the fall National Lime Association of put down together as one farm. If, must be the same for the two per HYDROGEN GAS will harden peanutoil Hitch-hike Harry, "Ah lady true :_ .,,

in November or December. Very Washington D. C., has prepared a however, a separate manager were iods if useful conclusions are to so It will stand even tropical heat enough. And you seem beautiful
enough to be hi the movies, \
V few berries can be picked during Bulletin No. 304-D entitled. hired to supervise a certain portion bo drawn census, officials have without melting. After the oil Is yet
evidently JOu prefer the simple at was hi Grandma's time Coul:
4 4 : the first season following! a fall "Whitewash and Cold Water' of the land that portion! pointed out.hINTS taken out. the by-product makes a life."EXCHANGE. try women nowadays are as up to
good flour high In protein content
planting (the picking season in Paint." This contains eleven dIfferent would go down as a separate farm. I S and fine for wdlnB' animals as well V-O date as their city sisters!-and wnr

Alabama Is In April and May), so mixtures for use under No tract of land of less than as for human food In dietaries. 8houldn' they be. If a man Is noun

$ ; a majority of the growers now varying conditions and will be three acres will be registered as a I "Since the formation of the V-O to take due pride In his womenfolks!

c wait until February or March toM sent to anyone on request. farm unless It produced more than I TO HOUSEWIVES I v-o Company I have sold and used V-O 'V-O

seIi1I1y: t plant then pick from them a $2J>0 worth of farm products last Nothing But V-C for 16 Years continuously. Have sold a great
In the i Home Demonstration Agent many thousand tons. A number of "-a wheat yield of 968 busheli,
:year later. year. census of 1920 if a
I fertilizers
V I.OC.U LAI IIKGINS: "We have handled V-O customers using V-O exclusively average 89 1-10 bushels per amUsed
Plant are set in about fours piece of land of ]less than three I
('"\JU'J; <:U .IS! :M.AItl.NM: continuously and exclusively for 16 as their fathers did before them.VOnot 200 pounds per acre of pout
/ 'feet apart the plants being set acres was farmed by a man who Home Questions About Milk years. Sales have Increased each only brings good crops but V-O ,Best Grain and Gross Grown
;Y II to 18 inches apart. They are gave his entire time to the task, I l year Many satisfied growers have builds up the land and makes a 12-2-4. Top-dressed In Februui
,Allowed to form a mat which. with The roving life of a V S. MarineIs it was listed as a farm regardlessof Is It a food? Yes it l Is a perfect been using V-O ever since we started good profit for the farmer both with 200 pounds per acre of your
in prospect for Willie H. Croft, food. It handling It."- Hector Supply Co., ways."-Farmers SuffU Co., Staun- 16%
.' tbe aid of runners, gets about two how little It produced, but this contains complete proteins superphosphate. B. DOT-
of Hampton who is now undergoing Sealer, Miami, Xla. ton Va. .
V feet wide within a year year none of these small tracts building muscles, fats

Because of the system of growth training fa, the drills, duties will be counted unle they pro- and sugar which provide heat.and
and customs of the soldiers
'J lined, the slae of Alabama berries of the duced $260 worth of products regardless energy, lime and minerals for V

V 1VY ;4V- probably averages IBHM than those sea at Paris Island S. C., according of how many people spent building bone and teeth, vitaminsfor I

i ii tif Florida but growers feel as if to at a the recent training report citation.of enlistments their full. time cultivating the promoting general growth and CHEMICAL
they are compensated by producIng area. (It Is estimated that approximately health. _
Attracted by the prospect of -' -- -.-----..- ..
--- -- --- ---
Ti more of them to. the acre than 5,000 tracts of less than How does milk compare with -
;i til done In Florida. serving abroad a battleship seeing three acres in the United States. meat as regards cost? Milk pro- convention of the Tin Can from low grade lumber. Up to the Monday this week marked tH

:i Just as in Florida. Alabama some foreign lands or the appearance are farmed by individuals who vides equal proteins at much lower Tourists of the World prevloosly present time this grade of lumber opening of the first Indian /

c growers refer to of the, smart ml tary uniform give their full time to the occu- announced to meet at Roy's Lake has had no sale In Florida. rltej
strawberries! as a
V crop that requires at, (ontlon 13 worn by the Marines, Croft pation.) This change In the classification cost.Will children make normal View tourist camp in Lake* City This new industry will not only district fair on the asnoilalltJ

L 1 :, months In the year. During a wet applied for enlistment at Jacksonville of farms is the 'only difference growth without milk? No. Careful in March opened the session on open up fi. Held, but will providea grounds north of Vero Beaih. TW
March 3, and was sent to the Monday for the week. The ad- sale at good district includes St. Lucle India
j_ Bummer, growers must get their between the census bu experiments have proven that a profit of a material -
i negro hoe hands out every few training station at Paris Island reau's regulations for farm enum- young children cannot make nor- vance guard of members of the that has frequently been River, Martin Okeechobee 1
4 where ha: Instruction an a recruit organization began to arrive last cast aside. Drevard counties. Ellwooil Dill
weeks to keep the grass from eration In 1930 from those of ten mal growth without milk. **
.p .Vhoklng" the plants. will soon be completed years ago.There How much milk should a child Monday and by night there were is director general of the fair IH

kt '_ _ 4$ Farm Hlzcn/ Vary Croft Is the brother of Mrs. l Is necessarily a borderland have? Every child should have one 16 house cars and 27 tents at the A strain of clgr-wrappertobac- has arranged for a complete pI

Lauree. Hall of Hampton. He en between what is a farm and quart of milk a day. tourist camp and 31 of the 32 cot- co that is resistant to blackshankis gram of amusements, coupM

; The average size of Alabama listed for four years, aol during what is not. Small places on the How does milk compare with tages were filled. Practically allot being developed by the Florida with a large display of comne'j'

; strawberry farms probably is larger that period he may decide to take edge of towns or villages are often tea and coffee in food value? the tourists at the camp an- Experiment Station. clal exhibits.
; Ulan those of Florida, though advantage of the special educational nounced their intention .
of remain-
the homes of the city workers who There is no comparison. Tea and -
4; figures
no definite are available courses offered by the Marine Ing over till the close of the
undertake to keep a cow, some coffee are stimulants.. They pro meet-
from which to make a comparison. Corps. At least be is boundto ing. Mr. is
vide absolutely : Roy expecting three
chickens and probably cut a little nour'shmentand
_. There are many two and three- have interesting experiences hay or raise a large garden or are distinctly injurious to thousand at the convention.
acre farms in Alabama nearly as while following the fortunes of the V We can charge
small crop. It the agricultural growing children.If S. YES your
of five and six HR
V many acres, several sea oldiera.I 8
products from such cannot afford milt, what A
a place you new Industry has been an-
from 8 to 10, and a few around .. I
V \ fl :18 and 20 acres. Two notable amounted to more than $250 dollars other foods can you use in its nounced for Williston! which will STORAGE BATTERY InSmith's

r in 1929. it will be returnedas place? There are no other foods add about 1150,000 annually to
exceptions! to the rule in sire of
,".. _ _:S farms a farm, regardless of how muchor than can quite take the place of the payrolls of that section. The
berry are of around 75 acres
't I WIll'K FAItM: PUOfiKAM how little time the city workar milk. Economize elsewhere but Baker-Burns Lumber Company
; li, ouch one located between Castle-
berry the state's gave to his farming pursuits, and be sure to use milk. 4rom Georgia, have established one Start l]
largest shipping
}i '\4 ;t point and Brewton. 18 miles "The Voice of Florida" legardleso of how small the tractof K<'et the Home.Garden Busy of the largest planing mills In the Garage !

tV; land tended. Indeed, It a man March, and April should be busy state at Wllll ton. They are Fla.
J1.. lc .wa and the other a few miles
)cV,4r/: living on Fifth avenue of New months in the farm home garden. manufacturing what is known &>f .
:, east of Brewton. This latler town
ia Gainesville Fla. Music, entertainment York City rained more than $260 There are a large number of vege- Georgia Roofers which are made

)\. ; Alabama's second largest shipping and farm talks will worth of strawberries or asparagus tables that can be planted In Florida ". -

.. .V point, having shipped 154 all be crammed Into the regular on a lot 60 by 100 feet his place and every housewife should E.- ,. -- ........ I
"1tV rare last year compared with Castleberry's farm - -- I -- -
program given each, day -I
would be returned as a farm. The add vegetables to her diet thru- -
'if, 481Growers from 12:15: to 12: U. Eastern
value of the agricultural productsIs out the year.
!tJ .
of the Cast'leberry sec Time, qver WnUF state radio the criterion. S f
\ tion have been watching with interest Read What Your Neighbor
"' station, by the Florida Agricultural Says
On the other hand a large coun- Taylor county .farmers have been
/ the outcome of the experiment Extension': : Division.
try placo of 10, 15, or 2X( acres offered a new source of revenue
with these two monster 1)111) and Abe, farm entertuln- may not, necessarily qualify as a and it seems certain that enough AboutJ. A. Bauer's Blue Ribbon
4 V larms. They were set out only twoor era, will be on the program Mon farm. Actual
farming or agricul- will avail themgfilves'of/, the opportunity -
T three years ago and have not day, Wednesday and Mu-
: tural operations must be carried to bring, a great IndustryInto
; $ :7et:: bad time to prove whether or sic V
-V will be given on each
out before any tract of land will the county! R. 'V.' Ragin of Brand Plants
not they can be made to pay but I and of the
some main
be classed in this.
category. A large Sanford has been In the Perry section -
I V growers In the Immediate Castle- low: prolram'l .
;-Vf I.. berry section where strawberries country estate of a retired capitalist for several days looking over V
V I Saturday. Mar. 29 l Is not a farm if all the work the situation with a view of put- \ Starke Fla. Feb.
t. have been raised for 30 or more Farm News 'and V S. Farm, Science 1930.
done around the consists I In
plac In -
ting a large acreage to Amaryllis /
J. A. Judsonia
:years do not believe that such Snapshots. Bauer Ark
V ,
mowing the lawns and clipping the bulbs, and also to contract with
4 iJ large fields can J>e made to show
Monday Mat. 31 Introducing Dear Sir:
'( hedges. If the estate is of more. growers to take their entire outputat
a profit on the Investment. Desirable
Plant Immigrants Thru than three acres however, a very good prices. The Southern The
V Ileturn I'liavnllahle Florida-Geo. E. Rltchey. U. S. small amount of agricultural products Bulb Growers Association is looking shipped Broivnlee Bros., in your last order were

Although returns are of course. Forage Crops Office and Florida could gve: it the rank of a for a good place to grow beat for me. I must write and tell you how fine they are; have just
V; Dot available to the public nelthr.
V Experiment Station. Farm Question .- farm, regardless of whether the quality bulbs and Taylor county. finished setting fifteen thousand of them.
_ _ of the men have .s yet probably : Box. never seen bet.
i.. products amounted to $250 or not. seems Ideal for this purpose Is the ter ones
received anything approaching the Tuesday Apr. 1 April on the In such a case as this Jt would be opinion of Mr. Ragln. "

_ _ ,amount they have put Into the In Florida Farm-,-J. Francis Cooper Yours truly
: V vestment becauaa the last few ,
seasons ; editor Agricultural Extension Di
In Alabama have not been vision. Florida Livestock Troubles J. M. JJROWNLEE.V'

'V P PH satisfactory to growers. The re-' Last Week-Dr. E. F. Thomas, V

,.. V .ult of the 1930 season probably' assistant veterinarian. Experiment STRAWBERRY PLANTS OF QUALITY :Mr. Brownlee's letter spe'aks for itself. We sent Brownlee
will go tar in determining whet Station.
: V t er or not these fields will Bros. 30,000 of our bred up Missionary .Plants. 'See
_ Wednesday, Apr. 2 Iodine For fifty years we nave grown and sold the'best strawberry V what he
continue to grow berries, or whether -, Research Under Way. In FloridaDr. thinks of our kind! of plants We can please
plants you as well
grown. See our agents and get your orderia as we
they will be plowed up and sowed - R. W. Ruprerht chemist, did Mr. Brownlee. See of
F In some crop which requires Experiment Station. Primer for ) ; with them or mall direct same to me. Plant! crop Is any ouragents: and give them your

? not tbe tedious care of the straw Town Farmers. short this season every place so we advise you to' get or- order or order direct from me at prices in this ad. This makes

be>rrl. Thursday Apr. 3 -_ Hog Chol- der in early. and make sure of your wants. I' 50 years of fair dealings with the public for the Bauer firm. We

i Drew ton has the reputation of era and 110w to Prevent It-Dr. A. sell more plants than all other in
t being the second wealthiest town L. Shealy. In charge of Animal My agents are A. 3. GriAIs, A. .1. Thomas, F. F. sItrownlrfi growers the South combined,

V k' .:' In America per capita. Both of Husbandry Department. Florida lime., Bradford County Strawberry AssoUUon and we can fill your orders. We will have plenty of good Missionary -

4 c the men who set out these farms I Experiment Station. Florida Insect and! 3. II. Moore\ Lawtryt PI*. Prices good Missionary, all through March and into early early April. 'Ve

probably helped materially In Troubles Last Week--L. W.Zelgler to have the chance hope
L from young bed, 1000 to OOOO, 3. Over 5OOO $3.73, f. to serve you:
: A bringing the average up so if the ; Experiment Station. .

_ _ experiments are a failure there 4 o. b. here.
Friday Apr. -- Dusting To-
ftU vrill probably be no knitting of bacco for Beetles and "Worms J. A. BAUER
J. -A. B
brows nor gnashing of teeth. One Dr. W. B. TUdale, plant pathologist I

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.neXJ. #a.cns Story ofgnericjia '1ISDErmeSS

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/4d = plunged with fatal results. A dealerwas Here wis the which vindication the makers of that hadstuck

;._ !/If,55.Stori. -- asked to select out of his stock a basic idea to sxlhrrancet here
much fanatical
of whkh cost as and '
some = all-steel body
.. of art ery, with an
closed car automobile body cs
... - demodern industry the original company..... capitalizedfor. the wooden track. was proof that an
? .
thrilling an this car was run up on the chassis supporting
.. -
machines can male strong
In singla-day-ihose friends, skeptics be as
a of
it full of tieni of == ) An invited audience it.
The history of Big Bust-/ gobble Up laver a building tons :::' unbelievers and camera men were for the soundness of the
steel sheets and the one story the demono lion S.ucb
in witness
nell if tu romantic its -- assembled to little Pluladelphla.hop
with its canvas annex has grown into 1 -- .- with intern what u'j! burn 11tltat
I watched
way, 03 the history of 1 theSpanish -- and they What about
v. than -- seventeen years
will a plant wth more 3,000,000 - when the brakes were re mind.
Main, i/ one happened had in
feet of Boor space in which atpe.k .. = the ideal the originators
r;; lake the pains to read it. square employed. That :: leased. that Andre Citrorn for years the greatest
men are = arranged
) much of 10,000 The was so adoptedthe
II' There is not so runway In France.
of freightin builder)
blood and villainy and elemental plant is the largest and originator in Detroit ia another when the car reached the end, moving motor all-steel car full-vision body of the
Philadelphia miles an hour
passion involved in where Budd bodiesare at a spred of about 3J dcsign-sind the leading manufacturers
which American
but there is it plunged off sidewise, likewise using
it, perhaps, assembled painted trimmed and .. take its course. of England arc
just 03 muc.1* a/ couragtanJ manufacturers that nature was permitted to them. Near Berlin there is c
delivered to car of the runawaycsr
*;;; of during, and as much of drama and melodrama, too. territory. Also in Detroit is an immense The resulting capers the film. were German plant operating along" ( Ameri-: 4

Not all corporations are born big and powerful; many of them like plant owned by the Budd Wheel. Company now preserved and they upon\ are of supreme >*nand lines:ss is one at Oxford, Englanc' developed '
and at and subject to all the sundry which has the stamping processes
small first
beingi are puny an associated concern It rolled using
human and the The weak die the sound "". sllsteet :: Interest to the average here. In order to expand this
sicknesses perils, that beset young. the capacity to produce 3,000,000 to the bottom in a aeries Budd
all\ O.
aloe and pro.Der. It is of the strong, the fit the robust which have passenger and truck disc wheels I of way on its wheels and now foreign bminess the Edward in- '
leaps, now only
,mtgnty<< and are instinct with the amazing spirit of American and three-quarter of a million wire As it crashed down the Manufacturing Company not. alse ,
grown its
that this series of articles tells. The is interested on top. and finally vested much capital overseas but
industry ingenuity and enterprise, wheel. annually. company hill, it turned-over nine times and skilled" macbino
its investments supplied
with its
abroad too fetched up on its back
into prod-
of its foreign associates! in to bring the plants
and those operators
STEEL BODY in the air. Iemitechnical
THE ALI feet far as to
TIIE STORY OF plants which it baa helped to install Like the man who fell down a spiral uction. They went so steel

]By REX BEACH and in which it participates in England staircase it was badly twisted but its assistance suppliers to European of material ,

France and Germany are very The body preserved mills and other
Injuries were would' meet
who )had U. S. and hundreds of thousands more when the tar was so that the finished product
This U the story of a man great. its shape and of modern body! building i
/ and who pos in foreign lands.Something of an all-metal auto alarming its wheels, it was foundthat the requirement j
and an ideal The making U not rolled back on for instance
l idea hundred the percentage: In England
an like twelve of fitting been practice.
cutting. had
and the pertinacity with the composite sheet steel ways there some25.00nooo a single pane of glass i
tessed the courage body to compete when it is realized that are not made which they considered
pieces of metal stamping manufacturing with the tame ease" that a window opened and no lacquer was
itick to both untd they were steel body and body was not a simple welding it- cloth.It automobilists) in this country broken. Every suitable for their needs so a
to J. used in building the first problem. It involved the designingand tailor cuts and fits and sews his who driving over roads and closed and if there had been a passenger enamel and varnish ,
al = in comparison with the present highly machinery to rivet steel sheets are would have suffered no complete lacquer i
Idea wa> the all steel crude t building special is not through streets laid out. for the most inside built. Tins, and the other
the time the idea wa conceived perfected product it was a pretty the elaboration and modification of existing together but rivets loosen and rattle accommodate horses and injuries except those resulting from an plant was manned byt..rrign
At body today back to plants are now
body. automobile bodiet wrre made affair.! That was an open ;in the practices, the discovery of new strength is sacrificed and the idea part Our thoroughfares are narrow extremely vigorous snaking up. overseas >
metal being used the number of stampings used! tricks and processes. Things had to of this particular enterprise was to wagons. dangerous our More astonishing still, the motor was started modestly \
of wood. has been bodies our crossings are Those men who so
mostly and more complicated closed which had never been tried stiffer, lighter the and the car was driven home !
for the take of appearance be done make stronger, traffic laws are chaotic and yearly started little Philadelphia ship have
in that
welding of
mainly reduced to about 140. had be done quickly before. It meant of its It bore scars <
Patent to ,
the paint. before and they than ever as the deluge new under own power. than vindicate an iilra sod
surface to carry has been replaced congestion grows dune more
at a That second hand press It became of sort that had never it looked no more diareput. !
eiTectively. a is but
mud guarili were the vogue. modern cheaply and and welding rolls higher. Personal safety a battle ideal they have contributed
(rather by more than 600 accomplished.Two cars which some woman' realize an
of in
be devise fabricating successfully intimately than one
should means been able
argued that they of machiu- necessary to problem that concerns us more the internationalization of the auto-
This man enormous masses .... of electrically welding driving lesson. Half a to
entirely of steel which ii stronger presses, .. methods flash day by day and we make sur- had taken a had motive industry. It is a step which
built and hillside
of steel spot down a
in sheets handsprings
dependable thin slow towards solving dozen internationalizing of
durable and more progress lead to the
used. prinnnly
more ; ythart wood and that they welding, so-called are principally it. Cars run faster tires last longer made it into a perfect college hoy'icoupe. industry may on a much larger! scale and tharemits ,'
fused togetherin the academic
every than weakness Overlapping sheets may be smoother All it lacked was forecast.
tbould add strength rather but the ridge re gas is cheaper and roads are of that are impossible to
continuous spots than humor.
human wits are no qiiiikef
the car. isunsightly but
to thickness
At an idea this was not to startlingnor -- suiting from the double good deal of they used to be. human Judgment is
and without a
but it took ctmsiU! fallible as ever and bonrv Ire as
revolutionary the as
so the face of established hand polishing ill-adapted they were fifty yeses
to fly in In brittle today as
erable courage back that smooth outline of a"molor body. 1
practice and to sheets ago.
-- of two
welding the edges
of flash of the greatest
his bard earned dollar. Glenn Curtis, one
with melted
idea -- and evenly
brought together in comparing the
This man are authorities,
few. aviation
were -
which there .. The Dudd Man- I
the and
himself one of automobiles
associated with advance in efficiency
Edward C. Budd -- this latter
who saw things .ijtturing Company developed craft has stated that the biggest
three other men .. before

as he did and the story of their enterprise ... attained process and to the t gwst'ctinn difficulties, never encountered safety factor in the modern and die car sll-slerl 11th.! b4--4)U-l -I IIL

and .
is as romantic as colorful as ... The can form non-shattcrjble glass
those written by Rockefeller! ... wete enormous. Uyman will body. They are in fact about the only
inspiring as difficulties, if he
.idea of those
some the
and other industrial advances made along
Edison, Ford Marconi AIfIi1J'ic1 visualize the graceful, flawing lines of alimouune

pioneers.Mr. pP effect union between
body. To a line.In the bodies
Budd was a practical steel man. intricately curved sheets of metal the newest practice: closely .

he had had shop experience, but hepossessed it so precisely as to defy themselves are stout and they are
and to lo
little else. The com I united with the clusMs doing away 'r'
mighty accomplishment.
E is real engineering :
the a
pany started business with a million eye) with the customary body sills and lower resulting 1 j t )

dollars worth of determination unlimited l>uring the amazing expansion of this, in greater rigidity a

enthusiasm and $50,000 in enterprise the originators have adheredwith center of entity.: how much

Ita factory was a one- their basic In order to determine
actual capital. admirable fidelity to will!!
its principal equipment bodies. They abuse this type of
story building idea of stronger and s.ifcr. lives
well the steel ly
consisted of a single second-hand presssheltered argue today, a* they did seventeen years stand and how ideals the
the ,
by a tent in a back yard. A ago, that steel is dependable! and wood up to the ideas sod that have

small hand with which to sit in a game is not. that the one will endure strains dreams and the ambitions recently

the size of the automobile industry. and stresses winch "can be accurately been built Into it, the interesting makers test.

Mind you the all-steel body was a gauged, whereas the other is as uncertain put one through an but foul are
fine things
pure experiment; nobody had ever seen as a woman, Steel can bestrcnKilicned Theories are

involved engineering -, is needed even more popular.A .
one its manufacture / where strength the
; built on
and fabricating problems wholly:' it will bend but it will, not break and plank runway lull was the sort uf hill

untried. That was seventeen years ag.:. it is non-inflammable.! crest of a steep hasMonday
Today it is estimated there are some -"" Motor acudcataxg will always have: do .a whu.h many a

6,000,000 all-sUtl! bodies, in use ia the '- ..f1I <
.a undersigneii of3out..a.t. quarter and Northewal '
the Heventh duy of April, A. UllraHth U defendant ..stApril quarter. of HoutheitHt quarter of as.-
lie 7lh day
Stumps anc u-t' will on Monday 1 H.. tallansre
.. vegetable district. l). lit JO. before the I'lrciilt A. 1>. IIMU: tliirlnu the )egahhours lion 111 M".lt townxhlp tHutlnfyln
tot Florida to an- 1 19 for the purpose
dead timber are being; piled 11D..dtord County of mile thereon In front of

tractors are pulling hug Bwer. the bill of complaint, as exhibited *.... H"*'<*h ilooe of t lie 4oiirlhotiNe In said ....cutlon.
I burning asralnut you falllnc wlilrh ndocree of Btarfce Ami County of w. .1. EPI'J'IIIMIMSheriff :
Not Make It Yourself? J I plows and discs, crops are being'! of thus court will bit entered the tlradforil Htnle of Florliln, offer lor of Bradford County, FlorM
Why ..*
cultivated and seed is being planted against you. T..I"l'rallh.puhllllh..d ale and will sell to the highest J.7-t4-4
County \
Kiuuford .
I he ..... '. t... iMMii in* niiiowlng,
__ while In many cases fields arc In fcllarke. Iiradford designated noun 'lem-rllii-il u iiiumIe). Iv log unci being Sf.
ty Florida, Is hereby Klorldu, lo-wlt NOTICBIn
for miles with growing yege- Inwlilrh I U".ltul'tll'"I y
green the newspaper
an the Hoiitl t iiwst qmar.
S table this notice shall be publishedonce t.r'; i't h: ,:.. iiiHitrr: anil the -

a week for four cou.ecutivu Half nf Ilix Houlheunt quarter Circuit Court Twenlr PletHJiiilUlal '
weeks.WI Went ml, the NorUiweHt: iiiiitrt: nil In: Maul. . ('Ircu,it. Bradford Coue., I
NOTICK OV iiKCTIO.\; VNT'iM' : : my hard and the nan) i lion to, 'I'own.hlp ft Hiulh, UnliveIII Klnrlilu. In Chunrery.City .
r f thin i-oiirt this the 4th day of F.iiHt, .' for the purpose ufmilliifyliiK uf Mark' *, a e..rpo..aUlln'umpl"lnant. ,
:- March A. 1) 1930. "hi ilouree.. ( .
the ) "
By the power vented tn them. U. W;nM"N. A. H. MIRWH, v*.
hoard of public Instruction of Urad Clerk Circuit Cmirt llrndfnrdOinclnl In i'hitnfery.I J. II. McKlnlay. el .1.

ford county )Florida hereby call, ( Heal) County, Klcirlila' ). K.Hporlnl: Mtt! :.: II.: V. KNIGHT:: Defendant
an election to be held on Hy lll.ANCIin AL.DKUMAN, fur C'liiuplalut. Porelouure 01 raving lien
I April 6, 1930 at the school I holmes In A. 'H. CIU3WH.Hollcltor Hollultoin'N It aniieiirlnic. hy allldnvlt Cl'p'n.4
the followIng named i1lftrlctN: I' for Complainants. to the bill filed In the above eauaeiwhich
Woodlawn, No.. 8;' Kelly, No. 9;; a-7-&t-4-4. U u cult to foreclose. a> navliiiclien

I X'anderbllt. No 10; Ilellbronn No, s.IIcNOTICIO aa-nlnal I-ot Un. U), Thirteen

15. and Kintnir. No. 16. to determine and Fourteen. (141 ,.?. .flint'"k! llnee
whether or not three. districts ot NOTICrl OP MASTKIV HAI.N - - ill )>> In T.iriitltt'M A"""Ion to TAMM
shall consolidate to. UIVKN. Tliut under W. i,let.....
any of them -.--- 1M of Htarko, Mre. Carrie
elect three trustees and determine l Is hereby A pursuant slid by virtue' uf that 'orlnln writ widow, ....... Mvelyn halley. and f. M.llalley .
P the mlllaste to be assessed In adconnolliliited Notice tII.r mil decree "f execution litMinul. nut of and uad her hueband being. the owner .
lo ......lot ihe'Clrkhf sad
dlMrlrt. the 2ftth day of February .r the hand anil of an interest In alil property
For tha purpose of hnlitlnsr said made on of the Clrcult the Circuit Court of ItradforU the SOul. Mr. Carrie W. IMrte
district J. S. A. D. 19.10. by the judge date. the and p. M.llulley .
election In Woodlawn 26th, Judicial I Clr County Klorlilir, ; bearing' widow Mrs. Kvelyn halley
Norman J. M. Ho.l. r, and U. Carterare Court and fur Urad Curd rFlorida 10th day of July A, .U. lUJK\ tin that fire non-reMldenta sir eltlaeiaie
managers. cult In ..n.I- Juilitmrnt for font In which Slate of Florida that thai
certain of the
In a case "
: purpose of Holdlnir' said In BradfordCounty Ii. K. KnlKht wan DliLlntKf' and II. address of Camlllx. Mlate of (leorschvwhone

alertr"n In Kelly district: J, 1... Un. Inn In said court corporation wherein I* rnm 1'J.! Hrowil wits d.( .iulunt In I the Street addrea le I unknowsi; )'
,, and Urltt Al Hank a court of nra derbill Joe .John. and Clara Crawford, a 'ounty JiulK'e that they each are over I Ion
manaprern. plalnant certified transcript there I* nu p-
appointed Florida Thai
vares are et al. are defendant the unilernlKned County, year ot age; ... 'I
said .
widow, fireull
For the purpone of holding Master' III of whl< h wan filed In the In the stale ..f Klnrldn. A
dlntrlctv Ker- a* Hpnclal iunty, Vlorliln, I I whom wosilel
election In Vanderbilt Court of Ilrailforfl upon
for of piilipoeius
offer a
I will .
Cam Whitehead, and Levy In 1 case levied and will 4.rr.. far of the saul defendanla.II ..
hy Crew II n'i.r':: n" 1'ubllo Auction) to I have upon the bind either .. .
: appointed manaaer mi and will cell on Monday therefore ordered That sn.Carrie
Norman are bidder, for canri vale I* '
; For the purpose of holdIng' saidlection the highest and beet of the County lilt day of April, A. I', IIUV. UurlKK W. I.lddon widow, Mre. .. <*
: ; Hellbronn district N. l>. lit the Mouth Door houm nf sale thereoa: In and P. M. llalley. emM i
In legal halley
Hradfori the lyn
ij.\s : .' ..._,.:&&&$#*&, :&. .* *** ? .nr.en[ Drew Reddish and Walter. Court House Florida., In during Btarke, the legs front of the SlouCh door of the courthouse .. County, foumy coltiplalrft j.filed
; Htark
__. are appointed managers.For ofApril. In the city of to to the bill of
. .._: v'v< < ''' : 'J _''''''''K ', "'"" "UV -- Clemmon the ., off holdlnK *aldslectlon hour'3 on the following> Ttls day deMcrlbed of llradfonl. Hint of Klorlila. lo the appear In eald cause on nr b..r.... '',

box. give :aide Joints. wldo enough to lap over i In Rising dletrlct Harry lying lt. the&nd being InBradford hltrheiit. and, bent l>l.l smoothed the unfinished panels ef and onnle lands iteNrrltiefl lanfln lying and the ..ligiitiosatf f
Cut Mcltae otherwise
fO make these colorful cigaretteboxes % Inch both sldoa. Lewis Harley county Florida, to-wit: 1) 1K31), .
the goldpaper manager City of Mtarkc, liradlerdCoUnty be taken a* .na.
ean It coat .f shellac. Cut for Inside bottom Crawford are appointed Houthwest quarter of the iueing In the said Mil will I
a paper
taak-r-you gold The
hard defendant
Is no : H. D. MAY Northwestqnart.r Florid lu.wlt: feiiNed by each nf said
smart to be Into panels for tike long ..tdeelarge and side of box In each caae U" Chairman.A. Southeast quarter of the lieKlnnlnir, lift feet. an 1
It "It and the Houth i
easily. enough to lap over the ends Inch lens all around than actual size J. ORIFFI8. quarter. of the Mouth of the Northwent coraer of lice ... published. ones a week fW" .
Northwest ... f
Her 1-7-5I.4-4 of the to town
too. Addition
|r1fty and Iota of fun and bottom. Glue of surface. Glue Into place. Now Secretary ---- Houthwent n.-------.b tha Monti! lltork C of Tempi: the Kant etlste tour coneecutlve week In newepnpvr. 1
Inch top HtarkflrflorUIn on
a a few simple pointers. and you % Now," cut gold paper' let It dry and give a coat of shellac. j; iiof the North halfof of of Walnut Street thence run North of sfeneral County circulation publlnrted IBS f
easy It all 1... Into place. onto the top panelas IVOTK R the Northwest quarterof Kitut: and purHlUl -' iriorlilia.Wltnen .
((111 bow ,
be surprised the ends '"4 Inch leas Glue the print and Ih.W..t fifty feet, thence run Htaike. Uradford county *
for went quarter .
and anypltabla panels than final step. If the box ha a Circuit Court, TwentyfllxthJudicial the Houth quarterof to Ninth Street 141 fu u" I. lla..tre.t the *eal of this court. al- .
I the In Northeast
One sheet of gold paper width and I Inch deeper half of the Kant of WaisutStreet Aidormn.Clerk ,
than County, to the W.
the hinges before Circuit, H mil ford of the lying .o the name of U
colorful print you may depth of bos to allow H Inch lap hinged cover remove and cover "'Iorld In Chancery.J. the Houthweet, quarter Hoc t Inn IN.Town.hlp an,l lylnir" parallel to euld l of said court, this the 4th dayuf t\
quart..r..r Jparallel
material to- and lepage starting. Treat and CharleaU Houthwaat Walnut Street, thence run tooth an l>. flail.
all bottom A.
room ar. your and F. Kiekilter Itansia 22 Baal March
over top 1 Mouth
the hingeswhen street fifty .
j1rl AI.DKrtMAN.offlclal
replace with Walnut W.
thor with a tub. of the beat separately and Klelcllter, F. KlckllterSr. It more or less. (X
acre .
la Into place. father. and next friend.Complainants. and containing of theHouthwet thenre Went to p Tbe bos finished. hi. quarter
allty glue. K Mat the Northwest : feet North anil
panel nfly AI.UKItMAN
the name evlnsr UI.ANCIIK
cut gold paper use Southwestihuarter ,
ured for a size of 514 TVi Then than outside To obtain, the bent result quarter ef !! Eolith on Walnut Street. and ruitnlnw Deputy (.'1_....
around 2ft,
all r* Hectlon
less liquid glue. of 5 sOniittnd
of IK lochea. Inch the finest quality < 22Kant I through suitS Illix-k Number A. H. CHKWH,
only al.Defendant
cItes with a height Into place. Cut 1. 11. Kuff .t. 6 Houth Ransre IkeJlty
of box. Glue ehl >, Addition lo
bottom oil. | Went Templee Complainant
peel .. ., Solicitor fur
loo It In proportion. all InFlorIdas Cheap glues may containing 10 acre more .. .
may vary for and ,...
... Htarke
and stripe gold lining paper 'dotle. t.. A.s half of loOt 4* t of --------- I-7-SI-4-4.
cleaned ---- also ; lamia for thi ;
If alui
After have '- or ; cell
yon --- - John Tear and I ahnll
-- and
-- Hertlon
I with Capt. Tn ./. II. half of Lot 49 In
organization and Kast saul judveaeal'or
-- then to of aatliifylas: {
-" permanent It
proved to livingand\ 12 East purpose "
1929 crops and either are Twp. 6, Houth, Kansre HtSTIXH'fl SAI.MNotlra
29 I
Htical Announcementtat.u in her history, according r. C. W, Kramer as president hi. nelra lesiateeii. granteee or, devisee aaslsrn -- according' In plat recorded In the, coetn. W. J, KFI'KRHOW .
greatest One legal repreeentallve County
be the secretary. *, of Kradford rtnrMsKAl.m
recently Fred Herlong as all persons, firm and nubile 1, naM Sheriff of Dradford County that urserand f'
to estimates made *. and to Florida, In I'lat Hook I. pace 214144suictlrp's la hereby given
of the objects of the organisationU cor-eoratlon. whose name residenceor containing 6 acres each more by virtue of that certain flnmllecree r-
AttorneyII depart iota
by the United States marketing condition place of business 1* unknown tocomplainants less.. including one-half of abut- .., foreclosure. made anif rendered ,,,'.
Among thi to improve .. ; That 'are InterestedIn or to satisfy said decree on March. ____ A. l>. II3I hylonornble
"ot.r-; : meat of agriculture. the Leesburg die.trict certain land lying and being Clog roadway tlic. : Judge o. S.TwenfylCiztIs .
the the TwentySixthllrla.1 corn, *. Last year then of which. In of record In the A. Z. Alkln"j 1
circuit, embracing Dak.r.Ion ,. crops showing Increases are rolled hundreds of cars of In Kradford county, state at the Clerk. of said court. (Circuit Iss
counties I her.. peanuti Florida described a. follow: A. H. cnKWfl and byvirtue and for llradfonl County Florida, Iss
and Bradford cotton sweet potatoes Northern markets of heNortheast NotIce lit given. thai under :i
the to Northwest quarter .Muter, whereIn the fmr-
candidacy for watermelons The Special of ... hat certain cause
announce giver eerlalowrit
Northeast of thai
". of State Attorney of the and tobacco. Other figures\ prices were received. It quart. and the 1':. U. JOIINfl."' cut of and under the el-Mmth Company, a cnrporsttftossa .
and good quarter Ion issued .
olirtda. 8,318.000bU8heII of the Northweit ,.. and O C. Sweat s *4Mulah
Corn. quarter for uf t1 complainant
Mity-aixth Judicial the report are: the acreage Townvhlp Solicitor JI hand and neat of the Clerk .
In ,
subject to the Dem.ratlo 174,00 is thought that this year of Her t Ion Ten CIO ".7.5t.4.4. of Kradfnrd county, aTlor.da A. Mweat are defendanla. .. t

[''Wary Election of June Jrd 1990.. ; oats for grain will be Increased. Mix II) Mouth Range Twenty-Two I I , cult bearing Court date March, 4llt A. U.. i undersigned. as special m..t.r. wist.
heldI'Position tons;;: the highest isn't h>e tbidder. "
88,000 Rant.ORBKT1NOH sell for cash to
Solicit nupport. IlIav. tame (22) certain forecloeuretilt .
hay. : that
your of you JfOTICI In
bushels; S yon and each 130, of the Court noassas
and familiar i was eum.putlnant In '
am Cialney
before bushels 1 It
;;: have wherein
Ii h the duties pertalnlnsr,, 'potatoes., Irish. 2.714,000 Canal Point News says thereIs ar. hereby notified that you suit by and *('. W Marry was defendant loor In Stark, Bradford ounl ,
The In a Judicial I
..Mns 190,000 bushels made defendant" Court, Twenty-Slits I Monday. April 1th. A. Is.
I' nominated! promise sweet, 3. -well- been alleges\ In Circuit heretofore pending. In Clr.ult Florida en
for who
potatoes demand et al. In and forHratlford of asIa
) hour
.n.r..tlo and economical aditration 1,710,001 now a heavy J. F. Klckllter. on Circuit of Florida Court of Bradford ( oisnly.Vlorlda. 1910 during the legal t
i of the affair of the of. ; sugar cane syrup land In the upper Everglades In their bill of complaint now the County In ChaDc.rr.te. thai I have levied upon end for the purpose of satisfying M
located are
supportH 11.010.000pounda In this office, that they final decree the following described 'f
file Purvla.Complainant. for
and will appreciate the tobaccO are thereto U. aeji to the highest lilililer
; farms title wrlll
gallons and many new of )ti* fee elmple lying and being In Brad .,
.oter. In said election.A. 24.050.000pounda owner removlne; .. In front of the Month. door ef real estate.
decree anil.
S. CREWS ; peanuts. cleared. fenced slumpedand and praya a .. In Hlarke. uf Ikeounty :d., to-wltt i
for..rde.rlnllt' courthouse t"T1.out.f ::
being and he .
Stark, flu.OR ; peaches 94,000 bushels;; to plantIng cloud., quieting title the title W. I'. Ollreath of Iiradford. Klate uf VlorMa.nrlntf quarter. of ,
confirming .
and ol Hectlon Thirty-
plowed Defendant. quarter 1
flI sale, en
pears', 60,000 bushels, and grapes, of fruits and vegetables. In Mill lands to complainant, and In M......'. stale th..I.the Tib<<..1 day hours of April.. A. It three iSZi. Township HI* (S)>> aoaskvManare
MBPRESENTATIVB crops and all claim or under **t by Monuey 22> Kant, con
any that Twenty.two <
annulllnsf Notice I* stlven lande lyIng anilbelnir
888,000 tons.Watermelon Mayaca on St. Lucle and all. persons, firmsand final decreemade 130, the following Uem.K.
From Port erect of any of that certain florkOa, taining44: acres more or
virtue Uradford euunly
;; S Canal therein: It I I. therefore th.e. Honorable In M. JOIINM.
/ '
11 take this method of announcing down the lake front to corporation defendant and entered by '
the canal said -
In the o-w-ll:
uf the 10
that Vbais.r
you "
ordered Judge
growers ,
renresentatlvj !6. Adklnr-aa I of Southeast
I' 'andlrtacy for Pabokee named A. .outheaet quarter cfSW1"
I"m Bradford county, subject to ae- the largest shipping Point and through *, named 'or not concealed named Ouurt. on 17th day of July A. of section 10; Southwesthurt.r A. a. ",ctuilcitor '
absent, qv..ter
of Leesburg Is In. sight all known or tinknown In that certain cans there, Mast for CumpiainanLi1.lt44 ,
'n "/ *". fl.mocratioprimary standpoint Belle Glade, there at e/lherwlee. doappear I 1S1J. MU. of Southwest sieart.r,

'5S" to If for elected the beat I'pledge..t.r..t..f ray- section from value the In the entire of the processes of agricultural da- or non-reldenta to the bill ef complaint on or beforeand ao I In. I'urvU pending ia la cpmplatnaat chancery: wherein and VT, f.:.lUlf ot Southwest 'Ia.".". Weal half 4 { J J"I Jl

of production of greati' exhibited against you,
I* 1I1.en. of my county and state formed a velpoment and operations.
I ." tn ... Tour support will be United States, have

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\ !, r"OR ITflWI' BRADFORD COUNTY TELEORlpn, STARKE. FLORm __ _ _ ___ _ pamAy. MAR'y
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--- I.__ S 1.... If % ,state officer ahould be I forts to catfish.To 238 pounds -

1 L. Bradford County TelegraphEstablished I pJaced at Macclenny to check up Kltps&KracKs"Tfce only 968 pounds.without 110,.

: I I From :Other n on the reported "speed trap" ex Annul To .Anns! The average yields ,
1877 wbere :
$ lilting; there ha would prbably report We have often wondered how tllizer! was used wen, ,,

I .. . . .. .. .. m .. that only about one out of ten the book salesmen developed that of seed cotton per a, ,,ISIIt w'i, ,

Published Weekly on Fridays and Entered as Second Class -a motorists observe the speed lawsor bull-dog tenacity and that super, *(.<. Pr.... '..rap Bsok" onlng and 116 pound"J. ><

.. Matter at the Post Office at Starke, Florida A Bradford County merchant traffic regulations: and that human per erverance. Perhaps you With Skipper and Calloway In without poleoning Wl|
: gives ten reasons why he has to speeders are only getting what have also had encounters with this Another fact brongi,,,

J< S. Matthews, __ ____ __,._____ __u_ Owner and PublisherJ. sell on a "strictly cash basis"--one they deserve.*-Bradford County type of fauna, and have, been puzzled party the discard may use now its the DEAN Republican once the Increase from i ,000, OUt,"
fi : Telegraph. When a town loses *'
... wife and nine children.-Palatka over the same qualities.! I of fertilizer is i
: C. Robinson ___ __ .____.__ __ ____-- --- Managing Editor Times-Herald. one of Its moats highly respected During the past week a little I more. double that obtained rub', ':

iHH -. -,- - -- .. -- -- ---. ---.- p. citizens by speeding autoiat, as pamphlet "How to Sell")) found its pounds in. the cast ,
.: ", If all the Literary Digest ballots ?
.T.; SUBSCRIPTION RATE The Literary Digest Is having did Macclennyi some months ago way to our desk and upon careful poisoned and, the ) bOlil
were laid end to end a lot of uniU80n '
do blame
we not them for holdingthe "
another straw ballot taken. But reading of it "came the dawn. I ton according to
_ an 1
in Advance
Six !Months 75c-Payable autolats folks would still be unconvinced. edit\ ,
Yearly $1.50; down ta twenty-five
j2 ; _ this la not likely to take the thousands The following enlightening clippings the Fertilizer Review T
? Advertising: Rates on Application of bales of straw from about miles per houn which they are allowed will let you In on the secret publication of the National DID"

4i ---_-_ - ...-u__. - ---_ -.- _. the strawberries at Plant City and to do by the state. We have : James II. Collins sent me lU's llzer association. '\ ;
from California: "Wllate'er
Starke.-Times-Union. driven through Macclenny many 1. (Call on prominent and Influential be said In regard to
"June in the
F1 I One of the new spring poems isentitled Bug 0-- times and have never seen a, motorist persona, whose names A tourist was enjoying the wonders ness of the 1,600-pouud rOI''

keeping within the law stop of California aa pointed out 1 1I aUj
_1.. i'' t ;. March. Mica Charlotte Rosenberg was ped.-Perry News, will! help you. first. Make an extra -I by a native. 2,000-pound applicatloni,
effort to secure! their orders can certainly be
!' ; 0 crowned queen of Plant CltT'Cstrawberry "What beautiful'grafefru't.' ," he no quesUoI"
y1g. Fort Meade Leader celebrated 'it's twenty-first birthday festival and from the' pIn for that Is the best evidence that the 1,000-pound apPlication ;
i. ; : looks of her picture she l Is "berfy"pretty. tangible property, defined by their endorsement of the book is said."Oh the second 600 pounds gat,'
these lemons
1Jij last week. .-;::-Times-Union. All Starke the Supreme court as being that sincere. Introduce yourself as are a little tlcally the same inc'ease 1

: I ____________ o_____________ girls are beauties. and Miss Ros "property not usually visible or above, and continue: ) I have call small, owing" to a comparativelybad first and up to 1,000

: : Hubby again gets it in the neck. Courts have ruled enberg used to be one of them. which can be secretly" or easily ed upon you before starting my fornian.season, explained the Cal fertilizer has given a crop Pound IIIttj!,,

1gd.i pIt moved such as money on deposit, work in this community because worth at least three ,
.. in favor of the back seat'drivers. debts and the like.! is subject to I know your influential position "And what are those enormou cost." tinu",
we were listing the best blossoms?" asked the tourist. ...
: 0 taxes the same as tangible: or real and would like therefore to have
weekly in Florida -Th I
L.V pLJ newspapers "Just of
a patch dandelions
and property according to 'a recent your op'nlon: of the merits of the Starke -. Modern bulk
: Get your wife to join in a friendly little bridge game we'd mention the Clermont Press said the CalIfornian. i t,
I opinion by Attorney General Davis. book. (He will regard this!! as a opened on Madison street 1
-k 1. save the expense of going to Reno for a divorce. and Starke. Telegraph.WauchulaAdvocate. The Attorney General is absolutely compliment. Now show the booksas "Ah." said the tourist,, grasp-: railroad by Shell Petroleum
Coming from the Advocate
Ing Idea "Somebody's radiator
right in his opinion. and poration.
. -0 explained below occasionally ,
# makes it doubly appreciated. ,
i . Finding the silver lining of a cloud is not so hard when If the Tax' Assessors I over the askfng questions such ss'Do: you leaking.: ,,'!;, :"Palm Beach Ocean Bonk,
state would' set busy and get a not agree with me that every home reconstructed from Gus
;. i1 L one really wants to find the brighter side. -nIt -- man on the tax books according to should have this great book? Do According to Perkins, the Highway .- Vita Serena, now opened Bait t to

: :fl 1fJj : o might be Interesting to learn his actual worth In all kinds of you not feel -that' the authorship of Department DOUBLES and ftc
why telephone subscribers In Tarpon HEDOUBLES when it
I : J, Miami Beach Sun's office boy calls his girl Label because Springs use magnifying property there could not be the this book is o. guarantee of its authenticity BRIDGE. play
justification for grumbling over a ? Do not think these ?VOTICH OK FIV4I. "I
p ,, 1 she sticks so close to the bottle. What bottle? glasses.-Bradford County Tele. disproportionate tax burden, as Illustrations are you wonderfuly interesting Sixty days after date hereof nl,, ,.i

i4; graph. So when their tongues get now exists. Madison The subscription solicitor for wit: the 20th day of May, A. D.
o Enterprise- and valuable I will present my, ,,
is credited with the saying "It is the tangled up in their eye teeth they Recorder. the "Weekly News Magazine" !finds account to.the Honorable <0..
k; t' Stanley Baldwin can see what they want to say.-, his! prospects among those who Uardlner, County Judge of II,..
) make one's life." Miami Beach o- 2. Carry Your Sample Out of county Florida, as admlnlHtr. ,
: that Sun.
that of really have
: things are no use up no TIME to read.
_ 0_ That the proposed sales tax will, HIII1&Vh.; .... Working. Never show the and estate of J, Z. Amli",. d...,
ask for their
i; ._ o if passed "be suicidal for Florida" It until the moment cornea to begin' dla'harg" aa such approval an
The? still seem determined to There was an old lady who livedIn adnilnlNtmt."
; y f Powell of the Times-Union says automobiles are poor ex find new methods of taxation rather was the theory advanced by. Perry the Description. Pockets shouldbe a shoe I This 2 lit day of March A. II
It. J.
; I : ercisers. Try changing a tire or sink a couple of wheels in a than abolish a bunch of useless O. Wall well-known business man > sewed on to the inside of a coat, She had so many children hedldn't ,i Administrator, entata of I-JAVII j. Ider.
/ and former mayor of Tampa. In a of exact size to contain the Sample drceaaad.3219tSlfl ,
I 5 mud hole. officers and consolidate some of know what to do.
discussion of Florida's problems ; and keeping your business

i) ______________o ______________ the remaining ones.-Starke Tele before the Barton Rotary club thus out of sight till the right moment But If she lived to-day poor soul
; L graph. Just what the press owes I'll bet she'd practice birth con- .NOTICE) OK1 FINAL Inll8A
p. : .' Judging from the opening column of the Inverness Chron- the people-the facts about too and Invited guests at the,Wednesday will help you to approach trol.Remember. Sixty day after date hereof..
luncheon melting according to people. wit: The 20th day of
'__ ic2eit.issueJQ1itOr is suffering t from a severe attack of many offices and the evil of the fee : a Lakeland ledger dispatch. The L i \ -- my, voucher May und 19jproMent 11110I,
em.-Cre.eent City Journal. to tune In on the count to the Honorable Ueo .
.. *
real solution of the 3. From tbe moment enter
problem you
spring poetry. p. _' according State Press Scrap Book next Friday diner county judge. of fin
to. JIr. Ideas is ho of desired customer county. Florid a. ndmlnl .
| Wall's a presence a I '
o Starke chief of police says "them low rate of taxation on intangible and throughout all interviews, evening WFLA at 7:45, spon. the exute of H. M. Snyder, dtcm
Women think faster in debates college head. They ,sored by the Florida Clipping Ser and ask for their approval aoe
a big bucks
says city rush
right by property,, Including\ mortgages, LOOK HIM SQUARELY IN THE : vice to dlncharffe as such admlnl.lri.
I Ig _ gain experience from exercising their prerogative In always Starke'a traffic light at the corner savings bank accounts etc., EYE. Don't stare him out of coun- the ,PRESS.bring" you the "BEST from 1980.This Zlat day of Jlarcti, A.

I having the last word. of Call and' Walnut and somebody a tax as It were on luxuries assessed tenance, but also don't let ,your A. S. CREWI!
Is going to get their business Jammed at a rate that those taxed are eyes avoid his glance. There is Administrator, estate of II N.

-0 If it l isn't' stopped.Tlme.UnIon. willing and, ,able to pay rather POWER in the human eye, and TOTAl, YIELD OF FERTILIZED 3-21-UI-5-1D der. deceased.

One writer says says high taxes caused many wars. It Don't poke fun at the dern than a tax on the necessities of life you should use yours to watch his COTTON IXCTIKASKD BY POIS-

'4: ;t is going to cause a bloodless one in this state and the casualtylist ;thing the; wide It looks lonesome out heren to be paid In many instances by face and maintain the CONTROLLING ONINO FOB-BOLL WEEVIL I NOTICE] OF MAsTERS:

open spaces. those unable to pay It, accordingto INFLUENCE necessary to
will be large in 1932. Effectiveness! of fertilizer Notice Is
\ -0 the sales, tax plan. The sales success. applied hereby given that

.,,. : \ _ _ _ *_ _ _ They still em determined to tax was compared by Mr. Wall to to the cotton crop, Insofar as bade suant on to the that 28th certain day of final Feb C

x It would be interesting to know what conclusion decides find new methods of taxation rather the methods, robber barons of 4. Kwp the specimen' In Your considerably total acre-yields Increased are concerned In boll is A.cult I).Court 1930 of by the tha Seth jude. Judicial of id.

than abolish a bunch of useless former days, and 11'1not\) only Own Hands aa much as possible. wee- cult In and for Bradford u
a woman writer' that the silent type of man is the one who offices and consolidate some of the work an actual hardship on those without appearing to be particular vil territory when poison Is used Florida, In Chancery In acaico" ,
for weevil control. nR In aid court wherein Urn
can love or hate with equal devotion. remaining ones.-Bradford County unconsumer alone pays It, but will about it. If the customer persistsIn County Bank a corporation" It

Telegraph. Right you are, be able to pay it, since In the end getting it Into his hands, let It The Alabama Experiment Station lainant, and Clara irawhit
-0 has conducted series wiouw t al are d..tenI""t.'Ii
a of <
brother. A little good business the states send millions of dollars go for a moment, then talk about experiments orHlirned an Special Ala,'.
Jiggs of the Tarpon Springs Leader unable. to under- mixed ,with some of our politics to out of state mall order houses. i something in it that you want very covering the six years, 1924to Chancery: In auntS cane will tO.
_______ 1929 inclusive, in which differ- ale and Dell at Public Auclin
stand why the dumbest talk the most. Explanation. chefer- would help very greatly.OreenCove --Lake wales Highlander. much to show and get it back; the highest and beat blddur (lot
fully furnished upon receipt of stamp for postage. Springs 'limes.U ..::...."._ I now go right ahead with your description -,. been compared of fertlliz'ng both cotton'with have and Courttoue at the South, Door In Starke of the, /ftvM Co.,

. 0 There, I.",.u. great deal of talk : turning the leaves and without poisoning for boll weevil. County, Florida. during thlours .
i_ Pretty good idea to have all the these days ,about relieving the showing them In your own way. The experiments April, A of.1)sale 1080.on the the 7th dl/
mooooo' are' arranged In t'ulluwlaisvrlbed
L Instead of using $ provided under the sales tax This sample clean from '
; members of the next legislature In taxpayer of some of the excessivetax keeps your two sections which are fertilized I lands lying; and beinf,

i plan, for advertising the state yearly, 'let it be used to reduce North and West Florida to get to- burden he la now bearing. too much handling and compels alike,- one section being po'soned: Uiurtford'J'he Southwest county. Floildn quarter(10",,
_ attractive features
taxes. A low tax rate is the best advertising for a state.I : gether.- Marlanna Floridan. But This is well, as there l Is no questionbut him to see each year, the )poisoning treatment Southeast quarter of the North.
wish him to odbserve and quarter and the Southwent
a better plan would be for the you
,that the taxpayer needs and being ,,
I alternated on the two sec the Northwest quarter of!'
I 0 which he would never notice unless -
members of the legislature
to all : Is entitled to a generous reductionof tions. The station 'reports that Southwest quarter and the ft
Editor has decided'that "Each and get together and work for the Interests you pointed them out to him. halt of the North
Benjamin everyone the burden., he Is now carrying where 600 pounds of an analysis or tbe Northwest qa.or .

i of us is a fool about something." Too many of us are fools of Florida as a whole with- However It appears to us that the approximating a 5-10-5 were used the Houthwest Quartor aidWeut .
out partiality to any particular 5. Don't be too easily rUTO'F. half of the Northeant q.or '
-J about things to be of good for most anything. would-be Mones, who are attemptIng "No" la not always an an- and poison applied the yield aver- the tiouthwBut. ciunrtir "r
many any section. Green' Cove Springs to lead us out of the. wilder : aged 453 pounds of seed cotton. outhwest.. quarter urn Sectloownshlp .
Times. swer In soliciting any more than 6, South, Kanga 2*
L o ness have,bob],pt the wrong horn whereas the same application and containing, 35 acres more or
Some natures are
in courting.
Times-Union remarks that paper money is best on account 0--- of the dilemma. The matter of ) without poisoning gave an aver- . 4 slow. You must labor with
: when it of find it in It la a safe plan for Mexican hitting the. tax burden from one to act. age yield of only 321 pounds.'With, quarter outhwest of quarter Section of 28 South, T
of taking out a pocket creases. them for their own good.
_i you candidates to leave that country source, of taxation, another may poisoning! 1,000 pounds of the .hip, I. South. riling*

1 I Usually the more it is taken out the more de creases disappear when announcing for office but we relievo some,..,bit," .,will\) not 'relieve ,And that folks l Is the secret of same analysis yielded 909 pounds or Kant: l lee and,, also containing Kast half 10 ntrei of I l.'

; : fall to understand why Mr. Hardee the masses '!peppla.\ As we ,seethe compared with only 632 pounds and Kant half of Lot 49 In Be<
: It all. That l is whyyou !have a different 29,
Twp. 6, 21
South Kange
T should go to Georgia to make pub m*,ttei;, l shouid, handled,\ In, without poison; with poisoning, 1- according to plat recorded l II
set of encyclopedias every -
p. lic his intention to run for gover. a buatnew )ik vv4pJust; :'as ,w* 600 pounds yielded 1,121 public records of Bradford Cui
p l( hange'th road signs through the town to those carrying nor of Florlda.-Starke Telegraph. handle our ?W..bllslne8s\ If our day> Irrtre| week and a leather seed cotton and without poison- Fla" In Plat Book 1, page 1 I. Mid l

:: the road numbers and arrows indicating turns.' It isi Please give the names of some of expense accounts get too heavy we bound one have for six Sundays.volumns,That on the is Ing only 838, consIderably' less or lots less containing liif:ludinor 8, one-half acres each ofting '

the Mexican presidents who made cut; oft some,, of the items of expense why you than that was oMalned from roadway., to satisfy Mid
: ;' easier for travelers to follow such directions than the present their "Love Life ,of the ArmenianPolyp" : 1.000pounds cree which I In, of record! In the <
announcements for office and reduce others In keepIng of fertilizer
and "Aristotle the Man" In poison Clerk of said court
'h' .i method. ? I used here. while away from their country with thtf needs" And we believe was used. The yield from the use A. S. rnFSpecial
i Utr red cover _
i'' t (t.,, ,0 Buddie.-Dunnellon Sun. Don't be that 1 Is, just what our legislature a plush of 2,000 pounds of the fertilizer E. M. JOHNS K>
so dent Inquisitive. will have to do In order to Solicitor
accompanied by for Complainant.
lfr: ) Every merchant shout: keep his show windows lighted ----..- furnish the necessary relief. The To arms! To arms! Are we goIng poisoning, was 1- 8-7. !

I until at least eleven at nights. Their value as salesmen can- Florida taxpayers. should 'post state today i overburdened with to sit silently by and be crowded r
out of our own homes by
not be estimated, and an inexpensive time clock can be used themselves on the proposed constitutional I commissions ,committees, deputies books? No! And here is the solution -
'and others, drawing their from
to cut off the current at any'time. amendment that will be pay : We haves prepared 'a little
the public till, at prices generally
submitted in the November elec "
pamphlet "How to Ilebel. Simply
''It f. pA tton under which this state would far In excess: of what they could send self-addressed stamped
In a
I It would have been much nicer if our governor had or- receive around 94,000,000 a year cam at anything else. And until envelope and two bits and you will

1----- t? dered his sixty-seven sheriffs to round up the biggest bootlegger from refund the from federal Inheritance government tax collec as. a these there sources ia a radical'of expense curtailment as well as of receive free of charge, the follow- I

.. .in each county and sent them to Chicago in exchange tions. Adoption of the amend the 'elimination' of the fee system;, ing Information!

: r ? for C Pne. However, Florida must protect home industries ment would add not one penny toanyone's and putt'ng! the compensation of How To-Relict
public officials on a basis In keepIng -
1f taxes. It would simply
', from outside invasion. 7fI
iv; , -- take Florida out o f the untenable with Vrbat they' could earn at ). When salesman looks
s tL '. ' 0 position it l now",occupfeiTtiflneTnherltancer { ': .other eihofoyVhent( I.ana"of what t a you
In the aa if 'were going
eyes you
Following issuance of a court order for sheriffs to let tax field.*-Ocala Star. others. ar4 earning at i similar work to buy his book :you look right T .
... with prlvat 'roncerns. there is lit '
Ei. Capone enter Florida unmolested, Governor Carlton told the i o 'gattred back at him as if you were'not.
The Starke Telegraph tells of the tle to be by the shifting of

.. A. P. he had nothing to say. Likely he was advised by the difficulty of"a vosltor In that city. the tn< burden.Ve must strikeat I
2, Pull the one about you
.4 attorney general that he had already said more than he could which is In the heart of the straw. the cause of the -Touble( rather being unable to read In the day
berry section. in getting a dish of than at the effect If we are to suc-
1F back time since attended
; legally up. :you night
ceed.-MIltoA Gaiette.
strawberries In a local restaurant school.\ "
I 0 u _
having tried several eating houses

: One Dade county taxpayer who has been paying one hundred 'and was unsuccessful In each Instance t
1 --- - - ---.- 3; While salesmiyt Is pretend-
M thousand dollars in taxes yearly says he is through, because The fruit and vegetable log to laugh at this snatch the

growers of Florida are like the r around town speclman and give It to the babyto
i "his neighbor who has paid no taxes for several years tailor and the shoemaker whose IL .1 J play with.

t ; settles for a few cents on the dollar, rewarded by the state sons wear patches on their pants __- - ---. ..... Your

% _ _: for not paying taxes." and go barfooted. In reaching out Anyone who can take It on the 4. If the peddler", fails to Money
for the large markets in the north
take "no" for an answer changethe
4i4 o chin like Bradford county farmers I
r thegjoverlook one right before
& FortLauderdale, chief closed all gambling houses in his 'their noses.-Ocala Star. have and not go ,down for the wording slightly and try Your
11-L, NOt"!
count, deserves a.lot of credit. money works to best
advantage when
: town following protest of club women, and now announces o .,. -* it is
Whether guided
Plant City and Starke by good
,, that he is going to raid bridge games in which the same.ladies strawberry planters are experimenting Old manwjweather, sort of hit You are entirely welcome. The Your banking principles.
below the .beti! .but don't catch pleasure was all ours. money will profit by alliance with
> :you an
take part, saying "the way bridge !ja. played here is as much, ,, or.vea need to experiment ::- this bank
". strawberry grow!,*** throwing up which make '
Wlth'freexlnff their berries available
gantbU: g, 8 other games of, chan e. lie a not.'a. nice! man and packing them we know not. the s>pongeur.N9. >Uiey take it and .Itf'Yf'ngeIf most complete banking service. 'to 'you a

soak of the Deposits,
__ o go upvfome
But In/ the northwest.
they are experimenting you ci-n't turn out an agent savillgs, drafts business
: Cross City News in speaking of legislative candidates and evidently finding around their, ,berry plants.. Who peddles books Indoors loans, invest.mentsel'ery -

;I t .. this election says "There are weighty, questions to be taken It profitable. Reports Fortunefor It didn't take-some of our colored I- Just turn the tables on him fered banking service is here of

f up and some knotty problems' to solve and it will take real I packaged F.bruary frozen! "The berries selling and vegetables of- brethren long to solve the And sell him some of yours. with confidential advice on how to

brains to do the job right. Something more than justdrawing I l la also In the experimental mystery. of whY. it rained so much. .... employ your finances safely and most pro1"

I stage. Approximately One washwoman Informed her Milton Santa Rosa )peninsula itably Call on us.
This district will have senator and 4,350,000
a salary! a capable ,
gallons 'of strawberries froa- mistress that some man In Jacksonville approved 1100,00 bond Issue for

.: the one candidate for the house is the beat qualified man in en-packed I In! the northwest were in bad caught a mermaid out construction ot highway along -

; Bradford to 'workon our tax problems, the biggest question 1928. :These b"rrle....!which change of the ocean ,and it was go'ng: to peninsula to connect with state Bradford
'color on continue to rain until he. turned it highway No.: 10 and the Pensacola County Bank
: to face the next legislature. If the balance of the state send defrosting but retain loose '
flavor baT bridge now under
and aroma construelion. -
arewidely usedIn
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