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: January 16, 1931
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subject: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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NTFORT RUNAWAY MONDAY j May Ask Solons ATTRACTION LQCAL THEATRE AT Only Fanners A WHOPPING TURNIP 'SECOND COLDPACKING w '

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OAD 28 TO BETNEXTMONTH still the It's last enough been.one a,long teams but time there In since this are For New SystemOf Betty Auspices Boyd Players American Show Legion Under In Need To Get up S.so J.many Futch large of Lawtey turnips, dug In PLANT

hU that he
garden recently
section to occasional
stage an -

: runaway horse pulling, as evidenced a wagon bya Distribution Saturday-Night; New Seed Loans' decided and have to bring It weighed one of at themIn the, TO OPEN HERE

down the main business The American' Legion Post will Telegraph office and see If

street Monday at what couldbe present the Betty Boyd Players anyone else could grow any -

L Hornhome To Palatka Stretch. to termed an excessive rate Evans Propones Instruction Unit In person at the. Gaiety Theatre Washington D. C.No farmer like them. The specimen flrowf'rs"OC'l"tlOII' Held Ituny

H Be Paved Soon. of speed. Another noticeable Plun For School Fund Saturday, Jan. 17, in one of the whose crops did not actually suffer placed on the scales Saturday Solution List Friday at i

feature was that this time Allocation. best comedy-dramas of. recent from drouth or storm In 1930 will was of the Purple Top an-
rears, "The Love Racket' The cestry, weighed 10 3-4 poundsand Courthouse
the autos cleared the way for be eligible for aid from the $15-
Jan. 14. The stated play is full of tense situations with was In the garden. -
o Tallahassee, the horse Instead of the Distribution of school funds by 000.000 seed loan fund authorized crown .
department today by formal l plenty of pathos! yet having sufficient with no more attention and Strawberry growers of the county
L horse moving aside to let the the state on the instruction unit by Congress.And
unanimously adopted, au- comedy relief to please ev fertilizer than given other are doubly "assured of a market rl
titton, gasoline buggy speed by. It plan instead of the average daily then he may get assistance\
for their fruit this
surplus sea
e rlzcd> the letting of the conH'd was only a short spurt with- attendance basis now prevailing eryone. only if ho can't get other cerdit. garden vegetables Mr. Futch
for the hardsurfacing of the out damage on either probably will be proposed to the Among the players are: Mr. Those conditions, imposed of authorization had five rows of these turnips son, arrangements being completedat
of any who has headed and he has secured aheavy the mooting Friday night of thegrowt'rl'
H
rahome-Palatka stretch \ Boyd Hoiloway, of planted
"> side the horse evidently remembering state legislature at its session la definitely dispose
f 28 in hb own nt the San Car- I ylel<.1. So far Mr. association for supplying
Ite highway No. February. that he had better April it was announced Tuesdayby company the Idea that all farmers every-
a H the same meeting, the board an- save his strength to pull R. M. Evans: state supervisor los theatre In Key West for thell1st. where who were in need of money Futch Is holder of the Turnip a Philadelphia! concern desiring to

n unced that contract for the grad- the through some of elementary schools. ( two winters as well as Miss! for seed l. livestock feed, fertilizerand King title for the county. operate a cold pack house in

H. of the east end of the road wagon Betty Edwards, talented leading farm motor''fuel and for whom ftnrke. For this season the old
; the muddy holes on the way The Instruction; unit plan provides .. ,_..- '
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r'n the ice hasbe"n
<
building near plant
B to Dunnell would lady, who has been playing op-
Mateo
um San home. that the first 40 pupils shall all other sources of credit were
c H- begun as soon as the necessary comprise two units, with each additional site Mr. Holloway for several yearsin closed were to be granted loans.It rented, and Mr. Kruse, rep-
could be ar- Savannah, Gs, Charlotte, N. C., rc,''using the firm at the meeting
,t gal preliminaries 34 pupils!! up to 189'mak- virtually confines, distribution LAND IS SAVED
stated he would
Friday, employ
theRderal and other large cities.
inged using funds provided by ing another unit and above 180 many of funds to some 20 to 23 states
under'the Jim and Rhea, McIver need no ono hundrod workers in preparing
government reKent and to counties within those states
t pupils there is one unit for every
LOCAL LEGION tho fruit.
emergency act. [ Introduction: to southern audiences where drouth and storm damage
30( pupils. Counties'also are cred- for they have been with some of BY TAXPAYERSComptroller This Is the second company that
't The north route,w s selected!) byHie ited with an, additional unit for occurred. will operate cold packing plants
the best attractions before the pub-
board after Judge'V. Walton every $1,000 spent out of their lic1"today.' Sid M. Leonard has Tentative plans for the allocationof here thla season the Rahal Pack-
nnounced that :yesterday Judga ELECT OFFICERSAn budgets for transportation of pu Broadway; loans call for regional disburs- Ing Company of Cleveland, having
been on and in pictures Amnn lit An Optimist
Backsonhad practically made I ing offices probably at St. Louis practically completed their plans
pils.If for year; and ther-paat season played -
ermanent an .injunction restraining this plan Is adopted by1\ the New for the work In Missouri Ken- On Hack Tax Subject for opening a plant here In addl-
the theatre,
Longacre
the commissioners of Flagler interesting meeting of the legislature, Mr. Evans said 'an ? tucky, Texas, Oklahoma, Illinois I .lon to the two they will have at
York IOB.D'. Wallace
a Bounty front changing the route local Post of the American Legionwas appropriation approximately ,City "The Chlsler Edgar,". and Indiana; at Memphis for Ten- Despite the millions of acres of I Plant! City. Demand for straw-
production,
Rdopted officially and along'which held last Tuesday night. The 10000.000 will be needed. This Miss Porter lively Inge-' nessee, Arkansas Mississippi Alabama land that have reverted to the I borrles put up under this process

Bight of' way had been purchased meeting was called to order by will mean an Increase of about $6.000,000. ,- besides Peggy of stock and Louisiana; at Grand state for non-payment' of taxes i la far In excess of the supply at '
seasons ,
Hind other expenses Incurred'at costKf Post Commander A.J' Thomas, to be 'distributed'among nue appeared in Billie many Game" and "Cin Forks North Dakota, for North during the last 30 years Comptroller present and IN growing steadily 1hl

several thousand> 'dollara. S with N," D. Wainwright, Jr.:, as the sixty-seven counties of the derella success of the late Dakota, Montana, Wyoming Ernest Amos refuses to look at &.. Kruze told the grower at
Only the 1egiafature.or a'reverf ;) Adjutant, Fully fifty'veterans state, forty-three of which will receive .Frank Man'V d ' Washington and possibly Minnesota the situation through smoked the meeting.that he would pay six

Kal I of the"ruling"byTln* Iii preme were present and the various com- more money than they pay in addition Sated.\ ; and at Washington for Vir- glasses. Declining to class>It as an cent a pound for berries in bulk,
In above
,to .the mentioned -
Kourt could permit the adoption ofthe mittees rendered their reports. to and more than they have 'been re- \ 'two, r"l ginia, Maryland, Pennsylvania acute problem Mr. Amos said that or eight cents If the berries were
members have
south route,' Walton 'said. Inasmuch the commander. _,.. ceiving: through the average dally dents of Mr we Bob Demorest Ohio, West Virginia and other the tendency Is for the owner to brought tq toe plant !already stem
a as the board desired to be- E.' attendance basis, he declared. Starke states "Of the' region. pay up and redeem his holdings. med. Workers at the plant will be ;
Dr. UoUand and J. Corpening who has made his borne. here for
Bgin work at once the north route members of the Service Committee Although the average daily at- over twenty and whose dra- Drouth relief chairman of each Illustrating this point he statec t Paid on ,the pound basis for stemming -, w

was agreed upon.., reported that. they bad rendered tendance basis is perhaps the best matio work la years known to state have been asked to give the that recently as mugh'' $60o7ooO I the fruit "!,h'4..
In connection with St. Mateo-: method yet devised for disbursersof everyoneIn of agriculture,. which '
department
discussed
Plans
, service to several veterans who the'community.. Last but Dot had been received! In a single were Friday
BunneU end the road board stated the school fund, the Instruction administers the seed loan fund, an
\
were In dire need of governmentaid least is J. O. Alvarez iWIlo.4h&1been ; month, all of It from delinquent night for coming season the business
Hit would be necessary to.'secure and had been successful In one unit plan is exp.cted'to prove with several professional or- estimate on the number of counties owners who sought to redeem their, manager of the association
from cities affected, guarantee that more practical, according to Mr. and perhaps the number of farmers land. Mr. Amos said that when reporting arrangements completed
In securing hospitalization ganizations since his amateur
Hthe would be case difference In' COlt of ap- who will need assistance. h.1
of permanently Evans. ,The
right way became comptroller 14 )'IlI.rlL.f for movement of the Boxes
and compensation! for thq veteran,, here In Starke. crop.
pearances .
and no intersecting schools for white and< As tar as possible th'-oounty and
protected maintaining
and expected quick action In the All In"all this troupe cf real theav.eral. amount received from 1 used by members of the associationhave .
road of prior Importance alI children and.,also elemen- drouth relief 'committeeswill '
negro' regional month was been
others.Dr. >HoUanO.expIained{ that flesh and blood actors Is this source during the overhauled and are
lowed. *. his commfteewu' working on the tary and high schools .ls cited ,by best to ever probablythe In be asked to pass on the meritsof $77,000.At : practically In readiness for use this '
grace a stage a ,
The board voted to ask for bidson first Evans In this connection: each application for a loan. that time, and during' the season. Interested growers are
claims of emergency cases small community and It required '
Florahome end when B. C. all other claims of veterans 'to be .considerable persuasion to get this Interest on the loans probably first 10 years of his administrationas urged to"attend the next meeting
Pearce member of tnercounty! bond will be around !8 i cent and a lien '
of the
taken up with the Veterans Bureau FINAL. CENSUS group c f-taaent.gspruUeslonals together per ..comptroller: per cent!\ Of real association Friday night, '

H trustees, called.Attention to the after they had disposed. of .the., .. .. ,, as I they are --vacationing! I Ins on, .. the!: crop, toOs<.produoed takenas estate taxes were paid promptly, Januarjf'23rd at the courthouse*. ,
tact that the bond trustees were FIGURES ISSUED securityOrdinarily the farm-
.. .
emergencies: and near Starke. and paid" in cash to the comptroller. _
anxious for a definite decision, so e...'. note will be'renewable.
This loft the delinquency
The Is average FORD SHOW J TO ,,
Morse
that they could arrange tolls) over: Messrs. Holloway and ,, company being presented t
at cent .3
1-3-per
Stands' members of the Betty Boyd Play- Starke Credited With Population under the auspices of the local 10per '
bridge for the next budget. BE HELD DAYS
stated that there was no reason for ers, were present and explained the of 1339 Instead of .1.1115 In, Legion Post and good, clean whole- NO MORE TIME I cent going to the state after'the
tax collectors held their
nature of the play to be given un- Preliminary Reports some entertainment Is guaranteed. periodical IN GAINESVILLEResidents
ask
indecision and his motion to , FOR BUYERS sales.
- TAG the
During 10year
for bids followed. der the auspices of the local Post _The admission Is fifty cents to I per-
adults, cents to school led from 1920 to 1930 however, -
next Saturday, Jan. 17th at the twenty-five
Previously; Eugene S. Matthews, Gaiety Theatre. The Legion is get- According to Information carried children and they'' are all rush Tallahassee, Fla., Jan. 12.- the record has not been so good. of Starke and this

P president of Highway No. 28. As- percentage of the receipts in a booklet issued by'the U.- S. seats, so secure tickets from young Three little words" No more Only about 80 per cent of the total county will have an oportunlty to.

Isoclatlon had Introduced Representative -of ting this a show and they bad several department of commerce, on. the ladles who'will, call on you, and tlme"-formed acting motor vehicle amount of real estate has been paid "visit" the great plants of the-

1 H. S. McKenzie and Senator ; to offer on getting fifteenth census of the United come early to avoid standing, 'as commissioner W. S. McLln's on without becoming delinquent. Ford Motor Company through the

i S. J. Hllburn,'both. of .whom good' the suggestions crowd out. Mr. Morse States, taken in 1930, Bradford the state fire, laws must be com answer today to repeated requeststhat Mr. Amos said that about 7 per medium of a sound motion pictureto

I strongly stressed the need of the. entertained the Post for a county now has a population of 9- piled.. Remember the show startsat Florida motorists be allowed cent of this land had reverted to be exhibited In Gainesville next

I road. then 405. In 1930 this county had a 8 sharp. longer time In which to procure license the state. week, J. 'Wl Andrews, Jr., local

I Delegates from Highway No. 3 few minutes In several Impersonation population of 12,503, but since the . tags. It Is this land that has revertedto Ford dealer;: announced today.
> .1 i n-
I Association headed by Earl Brown, casts, receiving a generous 1920( census Union county was The commissioner repeated his the state during the last 30 Thi movie will be a part of a

I DeLand appeared with .28 delegates applause from the, house.. formed from its western territory, PLANT, CITY'S BERRY PACK previous statement that he had no 'years that the comptroller Is so Ford show to be held beginningJan.

I the small room being filled The following officers were elect- and as the 1930 census gives Un- 1 10 MOVH IN PINTS authority under the law to extendthe anxious to have 'owners redeem 15 and continuing through

I to suffocation. This was the ed to serve temporarily or until ion a population of 7,428 the same time beyond Jan. 1. He estimated during January, when sales of Jan. 17, In a large tent' on West,

I strongest delegation seen here In the permanent charter Is issued by territory covered by the 1920 census Plant. City.-.Jan. J3.- -Beginnlng. today that, 85 per cent of state owned tax certificates will be Masonic street Gainesville. The

I years. Senator English of Lake Legion headquarters: now has 'a total'population,'cl "k AtM) oblong-( pint standand the'lIt te's motorists had compliedwith held in each of the 67 counties, show will be open to the public free

I City Joined the delegation today.: L..D. Vinlng 1st ViceCommander. 16,833, a gain of 4330. the 36-plnt crate- wilt be the the tag law and predictedthat : the comptroller explained. of charge from 10 a. m. to 10 p. m*.
container for strawberries sold '
I The road department. stated it The final figures also give Starke there would be no trouble i each day.
I would put in the tentative budget R. F. Rivers, 2nd ViceCommander. another 64 residents' to be added to on the local f. o, to yard made accordingto thisweek whatever in enforcing the law next MOVES BATTERY SERVICE Those who vlolt the show will be

I the building of a bridge across the the first figures of 1279. Each .an announcement at the 'The I year. : DEPARTMENT able to learn not only how Ford

I St Johns at Sanford and construe Geo. A. Anderson 3rd'Vice-Com town and voting precinct In Brad- by buyers declared yard.that "It S cars and trucks are manufacturedIn
announcement :
tlon of 36 mander. ford county showed an Increase In USE OF STATE PRODUCTS quantity production, but to ob-
road to avoid
crossing has become that a uniform E. II. Smith has moved his bat
take Wt S. Sibley, Post Chaplain. population from 1920 to 1930 with necessary IN MENUS IS OUTLINED tain some Idea of the vastness of
railway tracks. It hoped to "
O. Kirk Lewis, Post Historian.W. the exception of Theressa district, package be adopted, and tery charging equipment from his the Ford enterprises, Mr. Andrews
action late this but made no
year at 23 "that after January 17 all growers In order to acquaint Florida garage building near the depot to will how
definite account of the A. Bessent. Jr., Sergeant this district showing a loss of people pointed out. They see
promise on who expect to sell their berries on with Florida fruits and Smith's Service Station near the
vegetables coal obtained from Ford-owned
I Arms. residents for the 10-year period.
,
lack of funds.OFFERED The Post Commander A.. J. The population of the towns and the yard market in Plant City pack' and their nutritive value and courthouse, the move being madeto I mines Is transported to the plants)

Thomas and Post Adjustant N. D. voting precincts, as carried In this them in oblong pints and' In the uses in the menu, the state depart- enable him to give quicker ser In Dearborn, :Mich., !In Ford-owned
"
POST HELD Wainwright, Jr., were elected to bulletin, follows: 36-plnt crate. ment of agriculture has devoted Its! vice on battery requirements of his I railroad car.; how Iron ore frpm

BY GEN. APPLEYARDJohn serve until the arrival of the charter Precinct 1, Lawtey, 2377. During years pant the local mar- January bulletin to this. subject.The patrons. New equipment has been I i Ford mines and lumber from Ford

at a previous meeting. Lawtey town 554. ket has been built up largely upon book was prepared and edited added Including new service batteries i forests are carried in Ford lake

Z. Reardon, Tallahassee, There being no further business, Precinct 2, N. Starke, 2,721. the quart container and the 32- by Miss Mary Stennis of Tallahassee and the service station will ships; and how in the manufacture

who has been commander of the motion and seconded the Starke city, 1339. nuart crate,. but In recent years consultant nutritionist be prepared' to handle calls at any of the car various by-products are

Sons of Confederate Veterans in upon meeting was closed, the next meet- Precinct 3, S. Starke, 1,619. the pint container has gained in and contains In addition to a description hour during the week or Sundays. utilized for making fertilizer, char-

Florida since 1929, bas been askedto Ing to be held Tuesday night, Jan. Starke's population of 1,339 as popularity. of the fruits and vegetables coal briquets, chemicals and other

accept appointment as adjutant- 27th. divided by the two voting' precincts a complete selection of receipts ISSUES NEW PUBLICATION things

general' and chief 'of staff of the e .. : Precinct 2, 872;.precinct 3, AMERICAN AEOIOW AUXi;; for their use. Needs of the Besides the motion picture, the

United Confederate Veterans of AT 467. ILIAIHftTOBJfrlonGANIZED: ; body are also discussed. A new one hundred page,bulletin show will Include a number of special -

the state to succeed the late Oen. JUBILEE t CAMPOFTIIEPALMSThe QUARTETTE Precinct 4, Graham 324." In stressing the fact that Florida hall.just been Issued by the state exhibits revealing step by

Thomas J. Appleyard. 'he revealed Precinct b. Hampton, 669. A meeting was held Friday eve- soil and sunshine adds much to department of agriculture for the step how various parts of the car j

Sunday. Florida-JubUee Male Quar- Hampton, city, 311. ning at the! Woman's Club by a the value of the plants, Miss Sten purpose of Introducing Florida are made, a cut-away truck chassis

The request 'was made by Oen. will render an Interesting Precinct 6, Theressa, 318. number of Indies eligible for mem- Dill stated. food products to thousands of and a Tudor body cut In half

W. E. McGohagin. Ocala, 'com- tette of spirituals at the Sun- Precinct 7, New River, 415. bership In the American Legion ''"From the modest little redhawor : homes throughout the country anu to reveal the details of Its con

miruler of the veterans In the program service at Camp-of- Precinct 8, Brooker 962. Auxiliary to lay plans for organlz- blueberry of northwest Florida thereby creating a demand for struction.
tate. day afternoon Heights. Mr. The loss shown by Precinct 6, 'ng an Auxiliary here. over the wide range of hundreds of more of Florida's products. The A feature of the show will be a

Mr, Reardon stated that be has the-Palms.will Keystone take for his subject Theressa, is accounted for by an- The following state officers were fruits to the gorgeous mango of copy sent this office by Commissioner display of the full line of Ford passenger

taken the matter under consideration Tlbbltta of Successful Life." nexation of part of its territory In present: the south; from the first families Mayo shows It to be a valuable and commercial cars.

but has not yet made a decision "A Secret a Invited. The 1927 to Putnam county, to overcome Mrs. Ira C. Harper, department of the greens of north Florida to addition to matter advertising Arrangements for the show were

on the offer. He pointedout Everyone cordially promptly at 3 p. m.. the difficulty encountered by .,resident. American Legion Aux the newly rich rom lne of the Florida and Florida products, a made by the local dealer In co-

: that the affairs of the Sons of lervice begins 18th. the Melrose school district In being iliary, Lakeland; Mrs. Chester A. south there is reason to believe booklet of value to every housewife operation with Ford dealers In

Confederate Veterans require con- Junday, Jan. located in four counties.BASKETBALL Carroll department secretary-! that these food plants have glean' and available to anyone who nearby towns and the Jacksonville

Merable time and he did not know . treasurer, Lakeland Mrs. Marion ed. In the growing the best that will write the department at Tallahassee branch of the Ford Motor Com

whether he could spire the time 7IX STANDARDFOR THIS AFTERNOON "leech, department membership nature has to offer." for a copy. pany.UOOUMKX.

,required for the position as ad- TEACHERS chairman, St. Cloud; Miss Louise -- -. The bulletin covers the nutritive .
PARENT-TEACHERS value of one hundred and lIev nty- : OF TilE' WORLD
!fatint of the United Confederate Cone, vice-president 2nd district, ,
Veterans. To avoid an flux of unaccreditd The basketball teems of B. H. S. and radio ch11rm4n.Hlgh Bprlngs.. ASSOCIATION: five Florida fruits and vegetables -- *

out-of-state teachers into the have another pair: of games here These officers left Immediately filling the desire of those who want'o I; All Friends Camp No. 139

e Iready overcrowded teaching field this afternoon with the teams from for Tallahassee to attend the Mid- The Bradford High Parent know the food value of what .Clarke, held their regular meetingon

SMALL BLAZE FRIDAY x Florida the state board of edu AJacbua furnishing the opposition. Winter Conference of the American Tenchrrs Association will have its they eat, giving material on the January 9th, with good attendance

.... ction In Tallahassee approved a This: marks the second double- : Letflon Auxiliary which washeld regulir/ bualnens and program tffect of cooking fruits and vege-l Several Interesting talks
rks from a downstairs heat notion of Cupertntendent W. S. header In as many weeks. Last < in the capital .city last week- meeting In the school auditorium 'abler, hundreds of recipes for| were made by the sovereigns

er tilling. back Into the fireplace :Sawthon to accept credentials week B. II. S. divided a pair of' end. next Wednesday, Jan. 21, at 3:30: itlllzing fruits and vegetables Camp No. 138 will hold their
I
airs ignited the screen 'and 'Tom only colleges and univeraitiespproveti games:: with Macclenny, with the --.e. ,. m. menus and valuibfe food tables. ', next regular meeting on January
!Iwork of a room in the home -. by six leading educational girls winning by the close score TAX ON CrtKS BEING PAID The following program will be As rmny of Florida's" winter time 16, and we extend a welcome to all

cf W Mr and Mrs. H. H. Young on associations. of 17-13.: while the boys were*losing --.- carried out: 'rults and vegetables are summer sovereigns to attend the meetingsof

Calf street late Friday after- e 144. Tax Collector Knight reported a Community slnginfr. Mm products of.other states, this the camp.

onn, the dense smoke pouring out EASTERN STAR BIEETINO Alacbua Is reputed to hsve a total of 4277.03 collected up to Pr.yernev., Y/ F. Jones. booklet will be useful also to tae Henry Bllcox, pub. chairman.

of the upper part of the house reSUlting strong and fast team but with an- January 14th as personal tax on Reading--To? be selected. home economics teachers home I

in an< alarm being turned Regular meeting of the local other week of bard practice behind tuitomoblles, this amount representing BusinessRoll call of rooms. lemonstratlon agents home makers Macclenny J. C. Walters'
h
>. Firemen found the trouble and Eastern Star, will heldnext them the Tornadoes are determined the tax i on approximately prize given. and public menu makers thru- Sawmill Co., building cottages for

the small blaze was extinguished Chapter.Monday, evening at the ,Majonto to put up at hard fight to win one-half of the automobiles and Talk od "Thrift Education"-Dr.O. out. the year. The bulletins are employes on land leased from Qrtf-

the the main damage being caused: by ball 7:30 o'clock., the game. truck within the county. .-H. Lowry. free for the asking. flag Interstate Nursery Company.
heavy smoke.


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PAOIIi TWO. BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STABKB. FLORIDA FRfPAY, JANUARY 1J, vJ

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gin at the end of the halt They tag. :Jeweti Fog&V: Lorraine HartI -

f couldn't seem to "get logging" as I man'. Gloria Johns Mary Jam
't. the saying goes, which of course I Judd, Lillian :Moseley, Alma Mur-
': B. H. S. JO RNAL made! the game more interesting rhee. N. T. Rltch George Silcox,,

\ :as none knew just exactly which Mary Lee Stafford, Floy Thomas,,

, ; "The Staff1' team was going to come, up on the I Mrs W. H. Mart, teacher.\ I
.11 short end of the thing. Fifth grad
, ',' ( Milton Brownlee *. We might safely say that Man-I Frances Leer Week, Ruth Ella
\ ditor-tn-Chief Adkins ning starred for the local girls, ,Prltea, Gracie Mabel, Pitzer, Lillian
\\1 Assistant Editor -___ Hazel while Nellie Hart, the little running Stump, Doris? Silcox, Carol

t : Sports Editor ,,___ Gary Overstreet center of the visiting' team White Alease Maples, Billy:> Long,

Literary Editor __ ---- Muriel Silcox I was the outstanding player. L. O. Jones Jr:BHly.Powell. Miss

i;(r' Exchange Editor -- Annie Mae Pearce Stump was high point scorer Eunice Perkins, teacher.
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" ; I with ten points to her credit. We'll Sixth grade t Elizabeth Craig.

have to give her the handshake for Bertie Mae Ward,, Mae Mersereau
Clubs do we hear over the same ole station , making those last two pretty goals Martha Slade t:>on Stilley Laurie
but Paul and Nolan (I won.teven
AU students were given a chance have to tell you their lasl which scored the victory for us. McKInney. Miss Min Gruber, FORt
to Lineup for Macclenny was: ,I teacher.
afternoon
:' last Wednesday 'cause all know'em). Yes,
name
i change clubs for the second semester -' you them. Mildred Frasle, forward, 4; Edith, The junior and senior high honor
Bill hasn't got a thing on
: j It they wished to do so. Those boys know their stuff! Be. Rowe forward, 10; Nellie Hart, roll will appear. in the next issue. r.
t .
running center; Mary Water,
when want to hear some good t
you First National and
The doors of the dear old school Paul and No- Jumping center; Minnie Burnsed Chipley -
music Just listen to
1, and Leona Coleman Chipley State banks merged Into
'did not open until 9:30: o'clock guards.Starke
Ian. How many of you rememberthe Bank of Chipley, with quarters in
Thursday morning owing to a defect youngest graduate of B. H. 8. Lineup: Daisy Tompkins, t
but classes were forward, 7; Evelyn Stump for- First National Bank building.
In the boiler, He's other than Junior Mc- u
none -
i ward, 10; jumping center, Murla I Inverness Garnett mortuary
carried on as usual by omitting Donell who is a sophomore at ; SHOWy
establishment of Brooksvtlle,
plansto
, the chapel period. Although the Weeks; running center, Patsy n
Florida, and speaking of "rats, remember
establish branch in this city.
1 rooms were uncomfortably cool Brinson; Hazel Adkins and Dora
d I I our star basketball player sub. Lorena Branford $1,089 paid out to
{ throughout the day Manning, guards; t l
1 Elmer McMillan and- .Guy.Andrews Green. turkey raisers of Lafayette and
i+ who never made less than Suwannee counties at recent sale y
t; \ ,
. James Wainwright is suffering '
one hundred; keep the good work! held by. State Marketing Bureau
l
from a "sweet head" obtained
v up Guy. HONOR ROLL and County Agent D. C. Geiger. FREE
from wiggler" being
a "shimmy
You poor girls. I won't keep you -
deftly placed over his right ear by !
In longer, know Haynes
suspense any you First grade: Othma ,
other than Bill" Gra
none "Bright t
girls they will fall for good looking Irene Jones, Enos Hayes, Joyce
recovery ham. We (hope We mean for him James a speedy not boys> like Murrp.h Rooks They I Hayes, Freeman Register, Geraldine In Gainesville, Fla., January 15, 16, 17
I tell me Murrah's making good Silcox; Ormond Thomas, Harold .
t' Bill.) over at Florida. Kite, Walter Taylor. Miss 400 Block IV. Masonic street
p' Far, far away but still remem-I Olive Ray, teacher. .
IQ the
is
Mrs. Perkins
i ,1 happy bered by all is Gene Matthews who Leonard Smith, Thelma Bryan,

possession of a new dog. attends Columbia University in| L'Etta Corpening, Dorothy Green, II h ha UNDER THE BIG TENT

A fire was a disturbing element N. Y. Some day when you are I' Lily Jenkins, Thelma Starling, a
very old you may tell your children -I Edith Mae Taylor. Mrs. Ritch
y in the basketball with Mac-

y clenny Friday afternoon.game that or mayb you knew; your a great grand author children -j I teacher.First and second grades: Janet "Shot 10 A. M. TO 10 P. M. RAIN OR SHINE 1

\ r The basketball team of B. H. S. -who knows?' Are many of you, McGauley Junior Smith, Eloise at unrasef1laay
troubled with the toothache Well, Hayes L. E. Moseley, Charles Hoi-
tangle with the strong outfits from '
It are Just Jump in your airplane TALKING PICTURE
you
Alachua. This promises to be one ten.Third 'fl'fe
'of the most interesting games of and stop off at Atlanta. I'msure grade: Ralph Davis Emmett *m CWMT tuw 8ni... M Vb. k...-
you won't have it long if you Ferryman, Ralph Rhodes, a.1..r.. _I.. !. Lad H vw
the season. visit Jimmie Brownlee and Sammy Frankie Rltch, Allie Mae Slade, wa..awyan mr.. .... "A 1
TRIP THROUGH
, J WHAT WOULD HAPPEN IF- ternberg who attend Atlanta- Billy Jackson Jessie Ricks. Tommy a..1..1q. jf.d$r..r LIb.8Mk O A
r Southern Dental college. Ritch, Juanita Barefoot, Vera ,.... __ ... ...asstt1.
.-u.ilII1 of _
Outlines were not the fad inphychologyT Guess you are all wondering Manning Iva Sapp. Miss Middle- -S.w..dr II s'..lad w "'-: F
.1 what's happened to the girls-don't ton teacher. '- ,. ...... day. THE FORD PUNT"

i; Iris lost an of her freckles TGeorge's think rd alight them, as I'm one Fourth grade: A. Z. Adkins, Jr., ,Lot_......._.............. y.. r
P myself but I'll Just have to wait .. .
,
Mary Harriet Bishop Era Edwards g,7 r1.q p -- M
feet weren't so large'l'Harry 'till next Ume, so long. Clara Flume ........ ...... .. .-..... 1
Inman
Green,
Murla T.gained was a 10 blonde pounds?' Earnest Garrett Clara+rMae Hig- THOUSANDS of people from all over the world visit the Ford plant every year. See ,

, Elsie knew her history lesson?' JUNIORS'Well ginbotham, McKay Johnson Thomas HAROLD C. WALL what they see! Hear what they hear!. You'll say this is an ,unusually entertaining |
Lewis, Mellle Silcox, Vernon
Fenella had a hair cut?' and instructive
t It's fifteen weeks until picture.
Louise E. wasn't tardy?' : Silcox, Crockett Sumner Leon INSURANCE
? ?I'' Miss Isabelle forgot her glasses? school Is over then we shall be Leach. Miss Gussle Mae Bennett,

p All the juniors attended class: dignified seniors like Hazel Adkins. teacher. STARKE. FLORIDA

meeting' You nity. should see her use her dig- Lucy Ann Dew Nettle Dowl- I I SEE ACTUAL FORD CAR SAWED IN TWOWomen 1


.w ON ETIQUETTE -
-- We have had two class meeUngsIn as well as men show 'great Interest In this revelation of vital mechanical parts that

,Dear Madam Bramvllllers: the last week and we* have actually the TELEGRAPHWILL are seldom seen. Shows valves, pistons, cylinders fuel, cooling, ignition and lubrication
F1 decided in which to
; When your "boy friend" comes a way systems -how the body, seats and upholstery are made- how the different layers of paint
make money for the banquet. Did
, ,to call and father sits within
q your
i % .earshot and coughs significantly you ever hear of Juniors decidingto SENDOOMAfiAZINES ylaU are put on. There's also a cut-away Ford truck chassis. Many things yon have always wanted

,l and looks at the clock continually, do something before? : R -to know- ..clearly explained. *J ..
,( how many coughs should be required -
before the boy friend should Talking about Juniors in basketball ALSO SEE

y, take a hint and leave' I tell you they really played -
L H. F, last Friday "Unst Macclenny,
R Dear I. M. F.: both boys and girls. =Tint complete showing of all the new Ford and sturdy_ how the wheel welded in ont

;, Your "boy friend" should have cars in this vicinity. Includes the smart new piece.De .
ft, mirrors arranged so as to see the Believe It or not, but we have Luxe Bodies Ford trucks and deliverycars.
-
face of the parent. When your thirty-one cents on the banquet -How the Ilondaille double-acting hydraulic

t j father's face registers the highest money that we made last Friday, AND THIS NEWSPAPER shock absorbers cushion against hard shock
point of displeasure, be could take that will buy a few favors anyway.
windshield and
,4 The Triplex shatter-proof glass why they are called double-acting.

u himself father to off muscular without arousing activity. your A. B. II. S. GIRL'S LATIN FOR <:\ FOR that will not fly when broken. -How the crankshaft and camshaft arefowRustleesSteel

.
Madam Sincerely Bramvullers.PERSONAL yours. "Boytbus, klsslbus, sweet girlior- $ exterior parts are made, made-from the original steel bar to final

e um, glrllbus, liklbus, want Somorum. -, ONLY ONLY from the sheet metal to the ever-gleaming machining and polishing. 1

MENTION finished products.
-And other features which make thi
Fatheribus, hearibus,. klssibus many
Beverly Cady spent the Christmas morum. arl..awwrsy -Why Ford steel-spoke wheel. are so strong free show well worth your time.
holidays in Hartford. Conn. Beatlbua, klcktbus) out of dorum,
i "
Nlffbtibus darklness, DO..1lghtorum. -
Carlyle Bitch, a former student .
G of B. H. S. returned to Chicago Cllmlbus, gotlbus breechlbusorum. YOU, CAN HAVE YOUR' I
'
J. W. Andrews Jr. Starke Fla. l';
ft.' 'after Starke.spending two weeks' in __.": eBRADFORD CHOICE OF ANY FIVE OF .

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BUMPS THE MAGAZINES LISTED "">.'
'. "'I''' a
and:
1 Murla Weeks Mary Pearce
'
BELOW FOR A FULL YEAR l'
attended the University of Florida- Mrs. Perkins: "As we walk out-
: ; Atwatr-Kent! basketball game in doors on a cold winter's morningand ( TWELVE MONTHS ) '

I? Gainesville Tuesday night. look about us, what do we s' .
+ '
Why pay rnore for your magazlrte

Murrah Rooks, a former B. H. S. see Willie on every: "Gloves.hand" when you can buy them at lets than 0

i. student was In Starke Tuesday at- aN coat through your home town news-
,, ternoon. Sad paper? You can actually get five ofAmerice's No Substitute for e)
farm end fictionmagazines
Mrs. Hudson (to John after leading
1 Pearle Galney, a popular senior lunch): "What's the matter, John? et this amazing price If Mother NatureOld I II
+ '. and one of our star basketball you look mournful. you order_? no....If you act quickly you

players recently became the bride John A.: "That's what Is the will receive sixty! maqai'nes! !! during Mother Nature has no substitute
It of Ray Raullson of Okeechobee. matter. I'm more'n full. ;$;. % the next year 'for just a little more
when std Is needed tat torpid Constipated -
than the price of this newspaper. PRINTING
a Henry and Emory Guy who recently The-Idea, Don't hesitate to send your order If liver. That's why Carter's Little i i'J

moved to Cocoa have returned Louis: "What's wrong with your some of these come to you now. Renewals Liver Pills are made out of pore vegetable
to Starke and Intend to resume foot?" will be extended twelvemonths calomel Starting thirty-tw

'r s'' their studies at B. H. S. Bill: "Got corn". _. Ct ahead of' your expiration., ounce of bile flowing freely, they .

Louis: "Done anything for it?" d"le" I thoroughly cleanse body of all waste:
Elmer McMillan of the University
-
Bill "After the It's been
4 K of Florida, was one of the officials hurting: me? I should way say not. S qr Red bottles. AU Druggists. Insist oa \ Ll;

In the B. H. S.-Macclenny dM ,t'' tIANIC Carter's by rums Take Carter's. l
R; basketball games Friday after- MACLENNY DEFEATS BOYS .

I noon. -- Ali a ", '. I
The Macclenny boys defeated the ... f/; , ,'
'e Mac Davis of Sampson City has Tornadoes 14. It was a fast .t t )

'. enrolled In B. H. S. as a memberof game from the start. Sternberg I .;;, : r -
the Junior class. made the first score of the game

for the Tornadoes, while Moore I :,.;, .
Eloise Ritch and Alice Fernan- mado the second score for the Tor-1 I if 'S'\ f

des were absent from school on nailIn the last quarter;, the f ( .
Monday. is the master of
first rtiarter ended with Macclenny key our
4 Gentlemen: I with to take.dv.ntag. of your megailne bargain

Coach Broward Lovell.- Ralph lead-8-2. 6-2.third The quarter second Macclenny quarter oiler I"m encloilng the above amount In payment for e one year lub- X: iftiAvenueI civilization, the means

? i, Cox, Lester Price Eldredge RobInson let" 122. The game ended I Ml icrlptlon to you'paper end the five magailne that I have marked with through icl.ich we have
)x below
t r and Harry Tlaon attended wlcclenny! leading 14-4. In- en I -i trolllnff shopping
the Florida Theatre, Gainesville rn- I Brownies played a fineg pa f beauty streams thro achieved education and
Friday night. th treat of fashion. Thru
A -' guard. NAMI industry. It is well worth
C< rlental l Cream
can
---- -- ; 1 i you
lineup: Wainwright and pas 'in and complexion thatev the highest efforts of
II.
II. S. F .STUDF'IT Tr '. guards; Overstreet, cen- .nln Of LID lost attractive there. very
t
to- rnberg and Moore for- its craftsmen.BRADFORD
wi >u>i to have. .
How many of you knew that war TOWN _STAtaC tight. With the very
ole B. H. S. turned out some right I II I I l fir a fascinating, clear,
smart "uns" after all. Yes we'll J V ME WHIRLWINDS WINhlrlwtnds of radiant
aranc.
$ j A..rk.a I.vm.1 ..... ... ..... I ip.
k have to give the ole school credit. I Pe.ley C .h. 1 br --vealed. Will *:t rub
To begin with we'll start with our won their sec- Q Mi*Country H.neQ > a........... Mec..... of. >r spot 4

old friend Bill Duncan who is a or by a close margin 17-15. l sophomore at the University of 1* almost resulted in a 17-1,i C-he._J..... 0 aspW.........M..a.ty. I COUNTY
Florida. AU you girls have heard 17 >wever It was finally set- D fl......>..Meg..... Q ....raTV SecceM I 1ENT4I
), his deep masculine voice over station tl ,ir favor, which all in all D Coed J't-.. a dLad.N...... ,..... ". TELEGRAPH
r WRUF-Just the kind of a r* belonged to us. D Hew CM a ..c.......Lrwt.g REAM
( voice that makes a poor glrl'i Is got off to a slow start,'' C "-........ C r.a''s..... .-. ,-
IIIe runt e. HN
', A heart go pit-a-pat. And who.els*, le sly by a one point mar- ,-. A.1'W... N_ ....... Clty - --- - ---- -

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v AY. JANUARY 18. WS1
BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARK>d. FLORIDA PAGE Train> I
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the mltted through the remainder of 1 Taxpayers' FavoredIn In no uncertain terms that of per- 'Winners In StateAllYear ty; Lillian Griffith, Okaloosa county -A-

News of Florida in Short Paragraphs racing season, ending next Certificate Sale sons are going to be permitted to: Garden ; and Mae Gavins, Walton county ; ;
Wednesday. He said] both sys- go fifteen and twenty years 'I' The Middle Florida winners
tems had been used since the sea- Comptroller Without Authority to out paying taxes and with Contest Announced were Gladys Fletcher, Cadsdea
son opened Christmas day. Ignore Law. tempt made by state with-I' county; lona Summer, Liberty
force the issue, that_they are Tallahassee, 'Fla.-Club women county; and Ruth Edwards, Calhoun -
LIVE STATE NEWSTOLD Jacksonville-Word comes from Although the state has slept on to Join the ever increasing number and girls from---- 30-- FlnrMn counties. county. t
New York that the sales from of those who are allowing some one participated In the third state All- A number of the contestant
Florida Its rights for many years it should Year Garden Contest, and the Win- were honorable ij ,
tangerines by the unemployed else to carry their tax burden. given mention, for
on the streets are running not now suddenly compel a sacrifice you can readily see that in ners were recently announced by which each will receive two dO&eI1Eo
Into big figures. The sales aver- of property of taxpayers by view of this attitude by some of Miss Isabelle S. Thureby, exten Z. seal glass jars.
BY OUR EXCHANGES age from $3000 a day. In other flooding the market with tax certificates our largest taxpayers, includingthe sion food and marketing, agent. -S. ;
cities, Including Cincinnati, Philadelphia for delinquent taxes. At- railroad companies, that If the The counties showing the best STATE BALANCE INCREASES
--------------- --- - --..-- r.-- -. Boston and Atlanta, sales torney General Fred H. Davis state authorities had the authorityto garden records were Gadsden, DURINO MONTH DECEMBER: I

Jacksonville-The United King ties and their supporters for head- are holding up well, and the unemployed states in a letter to an Inquirerin postpone this tax sale and ex- Holmes, and Okaloosa, and respect- -
for canned grapefrjitJteadliy quarters.St. are being benefitted as well which he points out that the ercised It, that It would lead to ively they will be given $25: $15 Due to heavy tax payments la ''i
j market as the Florida growers who are state comptroller la without au- serious consequences In the loss and $10 worth of garden seed fur- December when a' discount Is allowed -
.Increasing, according toes Petersburg-Florida and the Punishing the tangerines. The Idea thority to Ignore the law coveringsale of revenue which Is being threat- nished by the Francis C. Stokes more than a half dollar
received here.adisonWhile Masonic fraternity of Florida of selling oranges came after the of certificates that has been ened by those who in the past seed company. Increase was shown in the December -
especially -
baa Just for supply of apples ran low. Apple declared valid by the supreme have paid monthly every year. Fruit trees and ornamentals, valued 31 balance of the state treasury -
the total ,.as- In'the.Masonic Home cause at St pride Pet- sales commenced last October. Orange court. "I realize that It would not be at $10 each, were won by Mrs., over the November balance
meat Is some thirty to thirty. ersburg: It Is splendidly located sales will continue until Delinquent taxpayers have been Just to throw all of these certificates Henry Todd and Mrs. Hugh Bowen -' the monthly report Issued by r
,
thousand dollars greater than well equipped-both as to build spring. given a very fair proposition by the on the market at one time Gadsden county, Mrs. EL H. Treasurer W. V. Knott revealed.
comptroller, the attorney general for unrestricted bidding as that Barksdale, Lake county, and Mrs. The December balance amounted
U the has ings and In other respects and Is
of last year county doing a great work. points out, in that the sale has wpuld enable Interested persons to N. J. Parrlah, Hernando county. to $4,240,695.77 as compared to
uced its tax rate one milt been limited to the actual amountof grab up the cream of the certificates Ornamentals, valued at $5:I, will be the November 30 balance of $3-
HAMPTON taxes due, without penalties. for a small fraction of their given to Mrs. J. A. Pelham and 611,475.75.: : December receiptswere
Jacksonville-A giant iluminat- Leesburg-An Interesting as 111_ Ada NI__., C... The attorney general also de- value and harass the landowner Mrs. J. R. Nelson Holmes county, given as $4,282,41858: and
JfaroW, pointing In the direction well as most gratifying conditionwas clares that, 'notwithstanding absence with suits for foreclosure which Mrs. Lillian Vincent, Citrus county disbursements as $3,653,19850.STRAWBERRIES .
Rue municipal airport as a night revealed quite recently in Miss Maggie Burnette of South of specific provision author- he would be unable to defend un- .Mrs. .C. H. Taylor, Volusia ---a
de for flyers, soon will be erect- Lake county, Florida, when It was Georgia, spent the week-end here. izing extension of time for pay- der existing circumstances."In county, Mrs. Carrie R. Croft, Palm SELL,
latop the George Washington discovered that tax payments made She has spent several winters in ment of automobile license taxes, this connection my thought Beach county, Mrs. McNeely Red- SLOWLY
by citizens of this county within he had been in hopes that more dick, Marlon county, and Mrs. J.
eL I our town and has friends here who Is that the state, having slept on -
E a few weeks .previous amounted are always glad to see her leeway would be permitted than Its rights In some Instances for T. Wade, Lee county. These trees New York Jan. 9.-There were-
Jrempa-Sixty-one railroads op- to more than twice the aggregate I Mrs. R. D. Redd and friends of has been given. as long as thirty years, ought not and ornamentals were furnishedby perhaps half a dozen freezers of
Jitlng in 17 southeastern states amount paid at like date in preceding Alachua visited Mrs. Redd's sister, Sale Held Up to suddenly and without warning three Florida nurseries Glen strawberries here every day thla i
hi I loITer special excursion rates years. Mrs. O. Haynes last Sunday.W. The letter of the attorney gen compel a sacrifice of the taxpay- St. Mary; Royal Palm, and Griffings. week from Florida At that each.
I Tampa during the South Flor- I P. Dirt and family of Ala- eral follows in full: ers' property: at the same time, I day's receipts did not clean up. The
i Fair. I Sanford-There is real Joy, chua county, attended preaching at The sale of tax certificates Is do not see where any taxpayer can The best four senior gardens In best fruit ranged from 4So: to 60o
among celery growers in this section the Baptist church last Sunday. governed entirely by law and It object legitimately to being forc- the state were given cash prizes by I per quart, while pints sold at 25
.8ytona Beach-Post office re- these days. For one thing L G. Johns bas opened a meat Is not within the Jurisdiction of ed to pay the face amount of his the Chilean Nitrate of Soda Educational and 30c.
lets at Daytona Beach for 1930 there Is a good crop of celery. But market and lunch counter, in the the state board to control in any taxes without interest or penalties, Bureau as follows: Mrs. .
ceeded the 1929 total by $3,076, perhaps that isn't the biggest rea- Houser building on Main street way. As a matter of fact, the sale when he has already gone for many Clyde Edwards, Gadsden county;
,
Id this year passed the $100,000rk son for the Joyousness of the grow- Mrs. A. 1. Sullivan was a visitor has already been held up for sev- years without paying such taxes Mrs. A. M. Paul, Holmes county; COFFINS & CASKETS
for the first time in aeveral ers. Celery, it Is reported, is bring- here this week. eral months past the date on which while his neighbor bas paid and' Mrs. C. E. Blount, Gadsden coun-
a.Marianna. ing its producers the highest priceIn Mrs. Martin of Opp, Ala., arriv- the certificates were required to be I has made great sacrifice to pay. ty; and Mrs. O. D, Shuler, Marlon And a Full Line of '
years. And the present crop, ed here this week. She Is the guestof offered. The only excuse for this Owner Gets I'reforenco county. Undertakers' Supplies
-In cooperation with It Is also reported, has been made her daughter Mrs. O. L Har was the pendency of litigation lathe "Under the law, only those tax The Chilean Nitrate of Sdoa I
unty Agent Sam-Rountree, the ;almost without borrowing any rison. courts which probably Justified 1 certificates which were delinquentfor Educational Bureau also furnished AUTOMOBILE IIKARSn
county chamber of com- money. Miss Ruth it-at,the-time in view-of-the fact -the-year 1927 and prior years cash prizes for the best junior Always .. H.... Tao k...
Brown of
ckaon 1 Jackson that the of the gardens in the three different districts .....1.. lit t.. !....... erle_
Berce announces that the nextg I ville, was the guest of Miss Geraldine constitutionality are being offered at all. Under '
I Kprrlal . .
tl nlloM faRMBALMKH.I.. .
of the state. In East Flor- '
> sale at Marianna will be held Jacksonville Jacksonville citrus -! Johns this week. law was being questioned. the proposed scheme of selling, the .r.... !
i Friday January 16. export: Industry, opening'witha I Mr. Harry Lewis and Mr. Newton "Now that the supreme court property owner Is going to be given ida the winners were Annabel RICOlsTRRmp
rush in October, gained momentum of Starke attended preaching has upheld the constitutionality of a preference in buying In his Raulerson, Alachua county; Eun-
Fort Pierce-Carload output of through December and ship- here last Sunday. the .law, the comptroller, who is own certificates at the actual ice I Nixon, Alachua county; and DEWITT C. JONES ,
shables from Fort Pierce thus ments for the fourth month of the Rev.' F. M. Taylor preached at required by law ,to designate a amount of the taxes Involved with- Ruth Durrenberger, Orange coun- STARKE.
u this season baa been nearly season gained Impetus with the the Baptist church at Rex last date for the sale, is without any out any penalties whatsoever, II ty. In North Florida the winners
iree times that of the correspond- sailing of.the Strachan Shipping Sunday. excuse or Jurisdiction to ignore which Is a greater advantage than were LotUe Smith, Holmes coun "FLORIP"e

g period last year, according toe Company's freight steamer Flor- Rev. McGauley of Starke, such law any more than to Ignore Is being permitted to the person
Ke official figures of freight Mien for England and Germanywith preached at the Baptist church any other law merely upon peti- who owes taxes for the current
_ ovemenL the largest single crop of citrus here last Sunday morning and eve- tions of Interested persons. year. It-Is also a greater advantage -
fruit ever' shipped from this ning. At the close of the evening "I might add. however, that even than is 'given the automobile
Marlanna-The Jackson County; port service, a church conference was though the law does not expressly: owner who not only does not have
amber of Commerce's Cotton, called, in which Rev. McGauley authorize It, the comptroller has the privilege of waiting several THE NEW FORDEverything
om and Litter Contest, conduct Tampa During 1930, lumber was unanimously called to serve limited the sale of certificates to years to pay his taxes, but is required -
during the past season was shipments from'Tampa to foreign I the church each 2nd and 4th Sun- an amount not less! than the actual to pay them in advance or .
,mpleted when the chamber 'disunited I ports amounted to 65,000,000: feet ,day, as pastor for the ensuing taxes involved In the certificates, go to Jail."Speaking.
$200 In cash prizes to the The'lumber went to the West In- :year. The call was accepted by without the penalties. I might also of automobile taxes,
1 ers of the county dies, Central America South 'Rev. McGauley, who is an able add that while there may have I have been in hopes that notwithstanding -
America, the United Kingdom, preacher and comes to us highly been an excuse for persons to be the fact that there Hr.
1 Hj Jacksonville-An 'allotment oft Europe and West Africa. The to- recommended. In default in payment of taxes for Is no specific provision of law
Htsso.OOO to speed up the construc- tal shipments were In excess of the II Mrs. T. J. Thomas of Valdosta, the past two or three years, thereis which authorizes: an extension of
t Ion program on the intracoasta 'previous record of 1929, when 56- Ga., visited here this week. She certainly no excuse that can be time for the payment of taxes be-
aterway between Jacksonvlll 760,000 feet were shipped from 'was the guest of her mother Mrs. offered for many ,who are in default yond January I, that the 'ox in
nd Miami was made a few daysgo Tampa. I'O. Haynes and sister, Mrs. R. :M. for as much as twentynineyears the ditch' rule may' be given" some
at Washington. Faver. In paying tapes on property effect and more leaway 'permit.
Plant City The West Coast I, which .is not only valuable but ted.
Mrs. P. J. Pearce, of Starke, visited
Jacksonville There Is available market news station of the State which is being rented for a profit .
her sister, Mrs. R. :M. Faver
fir public works In Florida federal Marketing Bureau and the United this week. as is the case in many counties. Work of rock-surfacing four- you want or needin
ads totalling $9,268,316, Thad States Department of Agriculture The P. T. A. of the Hampton Ultimatum Given mile section of roads between East
flolt advisor opened In Plant 2. "Several large taxpayers in the Point and Carrabelle started.
southern regional City January public school will meet at the city
or the president's emergency; This\ station will be maintained until hall next Friday evening, Jan. the
iommlttee for unmployment, said about April, when it will be 16th, at 7 p. m.
pere. transferred to Bradenton to handle a motor car
the celery and general vegetablecrop. FLORIDA PRODUCE MOVEMENT -
Gainesville-Each of the local From Plant City the straw- TAMPA"The
garden clubs throughout Florida berry crop reports will be broad- -
as been asked by the state or- cast, the station taking care of Beans

fcanizatlon to undertake the beau- the entire west coast area for the Shipments up to. last Sat.___1,237 Convenient Center" of THE more yon see of the new Ford, the more yon
tUScation of a mile of highway In benefit of the growers and ship For same period in 1930 ___ 852
ts Immediate locality, this mile to pers. For week ending January 3__ 10 realize that brings you everything you want or

known as a model line. For same week last year __ 71 need in a motor car. . And at an unusually
---- Quincy-The first steps looking First four days this week __ 8 FLORIDA
Tampa-All records for ship- toward the erection of a new coun- For same days last year ____ 38 low price.
>ent of phosphate through the ty jail was taken by the board of Total to Thursday; : this week.1,245 Its substantial
rt of Tampa were broken In county commissioners when E. D. Cabbage .u ,.;iXhetPlayground of America"HOTEL if' "' beauty of line and color is apparent

1930. Shipments were 1,841,000 Fltchner, Tallahassee' architect, Shipments up to last Sat. __ 215: .,' q-" "' at a glance. Long, continuous service em
one, or 154,000: tons greater thane was authorized to prepare prelim- For same period In 1930 ____ 111 .
previous high mark of 1929, inary plans to be submitted at a For week ending January 3 __ 86 11 phasizcs the value of its simplicity design and the*

and 339,000 tons more than in recessed meeting of the board Jan- For same week last year __ 53 t l'b t e./ it 4"Y" l high quality that has been built Into every part.
1928. uary 23. The general plans of the First four days this week _. 44 i4V
Bay county Jail, built under the For same days last year ____ 11 The new Ford accelerates quickly and it will
Gainesville-Within a few day supervision of Mr. Fltchner, and Total to Thursday this week. 259 do 55 to 65 miles an hour. It Is
bids will be asked for a new unitof said to be one of the most modern Celery an easyriding car

the University of Florida 11- structures of the kind in Florida' Shipments up to last Sat.__ 93 because of its specially deelgned springs} and four
rary which will cost about $100- will be followed. for same period in 1930 .___ 175: Houdaille '
000. The new unit will be located For week ending January 3._ 60 double-acting hydraulic shock absorb
east of the present library build- Pensacola-There Is prosperityIn For same week last year__ 137 crs. It has fully enclosed four-wheel brakes and
i Ing. Pensacola'a back-country, Sam First four days this week.._ 24
Westbrook, agricultural for the added. safety of a Triplex shatterproof glass "
agent For same days last year _.__ 90 )
Pensacola-An ambitious proJect the L. and N., and J. M. Borland, Total to Thursday this week. 117 windshield.! Operation and up-keep costs low
to be carried out early this realtor and member of the cham- Lettuce are
year has just 'been announced by ber of commerce's committee on Shipments up to last Sat._._. 246 and it has the stamina and reliability thai mean
the Louisville and Nashville railroad agriculture, said. Mr. Westbrook For same period in 1930 ..._ 203 thousands of miles of
This contemplates the expenditure declared that there are more plows For week ending January 3__ 50 uninterrupted service.
of more than $2,000,000 In the ground In West Florida to- For same week last year ___ 16 See the nearest dealer and have him give you
on terminals'of the company. day than ever before, and that or- First four days this week -_ 73 ,
ganization for better marketing For same days last year____ 111, HILLSBIIRO a demonstration ride in the new Ford. Check up]
Live Oak-rPostal receipts are was under way in many sections,, Total to 'Tlmreday'this week 319 every point that goes to make a good automobileand
unusually good trade barometers, heralding a great income for the Peppers /
and If that be the case, business in farmer. Shipments up to last Sat.____. 516. you will know it is a value far above the price.
Live Oak Is on the Increase, for! For same period In 1930 ____ 162
Postmaster John Hildreth reportsover Tallahassee Members of the For week ending January 3*_ 41
HotelCentralFireproofSteam
a four per cent gain for the state pardon board found refresh For same week last year __ 23 Tampa's Largest
year 1930 over 1929., ment today In a letter from Thos, First four days this week __ 12 THE New FORD
F. Robinson a convict at the state For same days last year 3 o Tvooa SEDAN ,
Cross City-One Dixie county prison> farm at Raiford. Robin- Total to Thursday this week 528 Heat-Radios
woman, Mrs. Meloa Bush, sold on on's letter differed from hundreds Tomatoes
the market Just before Christmas of others received by the board, as Shipments up to last SaL.. 370
one hundred an thirty-seven turkeys It did not ask for clemency for Its For same period In 1930 ._.. 31 Home-like atmosphere-Large, airy rooma-spacious
which she had raised herself: writer but was a general plea for For week ending January 3. 57 lobby-MezzanIne and Outdoor Balcony-
The turkeys brought In the sum young men in prison who have a For same week last year..__ 10 i
of $114.20 and Mrs. Bush kept fifteen I chance to make good. Of himself First four days this week... 50 Barber Shop Beauty Parlor Battle Creek
hens for breeders. Robinson wrote'"My little stay up For same days last year __ 6 Turkish and Roman Baths-and many other con
here Is going to do me good. It Is Total to Thursday this week. 420 veniences. Ti7LOW
Arcadia-The first carload of just what I need, I'll admit I was Vegetable
.
abbage: of this season left here on the wrong track: Shipments up to last Sat ._1.448 "TOP OF TilE TOWN"-Dining Room and Roof
late last week. Express consignment -' For same period in 1930 ___ 803 Garden
of beans peppers, squash St. Augustine-The oral systemof For week ending January 3_ 135 rnicBa OF' FORD' CARS a
and English peas are going out in betting at St Augustine horse For same week last year ... 112 *
rate lots dally. Cold weather has race track near here was ordered First four days this week __ 54 Cafeteria and Fountain Luncheonette. *435 GGO
Caused very little damage to vegetables discontinued today Sheriff El E. For same days last year ___ 45: to
In this section. Boyce announced. Sheriff Boyce Total to Thursday this week.1.502Inverness
AmericanWe
to $9
said the system was in violation a- $2.50 to $6, European; $6 ,::11... Arr.p1... ,..,... .... WI'..,. ..._. .... ._ .. _
Lakeland .. ...It..... V.. pM.a.M .e.1 M __..... __ W..AO. k
state laws Ne-Hl Plant
or the anti-gambling Bottling
--The citrus exchange Invite You to Live at the HILLSBOROJj. ............ rr4 /-. Plow ./ ... "..__ CrWU ,
Js voted to. move headquarters and that "I' Intend to see that the will move to brick building located
|from Tampa with a motion to be laws are enforced. The sheriff next: door to Chronicle office. B. Skinner, President. Weekly Bate _'Id Folder
taken up In two weeks by the directors declared. however, that the certificate Tarpon Springs-Ai Jt P. Tea C. J. Jackson: Manager. on Application
: to reconsider Its action. In form of betting, commonly Company moved Into Harvey Telephone M-5541 C.,7.I
the meantime a lively campaign known In racing circles as "syn- building at 114 East Tarpon ave ..
1tU1 be waged by rival communi- thetic" part mutuels, would be per- nue.





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t ;: PAGE POCR BRADFORD COUNT TELEGRAPH.. STABILE FLORIDA _,.F.aI AY''. JANpj
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William. Walnwright. :Mayorand Inmpton Monday : f' : MBS. MARY *.'BUUNSEU

Mrs. Harold Wall.,Mr. and Mrs,Joe RISING Mr. s. R. and Willie Swlnde! ............... '

r Andrew, and Mr. and Mrs J.. C. ..1_ hi.. ...R_; C... were' 'transaeUntr( ,business in Mrs. Mary -Burnaed'Was'bornin
; f/ cigyf Robinson, all of Starke.-Times- ;t..rfc.'Saturday ernoon. the year 1846. She wa a native Specials

Unton.-Jan. 12th. Mr. W. 'W. PaCkhatn1;and T. B. of Florida and most of her life was Grocery
Mrs. V. B. Wheeler and son.
b
-. Trlest were in Gainesville Wednes spent In Starke, and Its near vicinity -
John of Crestview, were visiting day. until she moved to Jacksonville

4 CIRCLES OF TIlE BAPTISTW. LADIES PRESBYTERIAN AUXILIARY OF Mrs.! J. W. McRae Wednesday.Mr. I A little aook was.,bora .1,",. 9 to about twelve year ago.
3k U. 5IEET Mr. and MrsfW l. Batten. The Mrs. Burnsed Maxwelt
devoted
CHURCH MEETS H. H. Lewis attended churchat I was a I House Coffee, Pound cans
Hampton Sunday. little one has. been named William member of the Christian church gc
Circle No. 1 of the Baptist W, M.V Mr. Floyd Crosby and Jack ,Lawrence. and was endowed with many beau CHARMER COFFEE
The Ladles Auxiliary of the I per can _
met with Mrs. J. C. Robinson Presbyterian church met Tuesday Ward, of Jacksonville, spent the Mr. and .Mrs. John Hall of Earl- tiful traits of character, which en- ,7e
'
, :Monday afternoon j week-end here with home folks. ion are> visiting- .Mrs. Hall's oar- deared her to all who knew her. Tall Pink SALMON
Dover and
evening with Mrs. Mary per can _
M. Brownlee circle lead I _
,
Mrs. J.
Hinson. 12e
tf ents. Mr. and Mrs O. W.
Mrs. T: N. Kendrick at the form- Mrs. R. M. Alvarez and daughter The resignation with which she
er, led the devotional with scripture Mary, and mother Mrs. Con- Friends of Mr. Albert Hardee faced the problems and sorrows of 10 Ibs.
I Mrs. White era home on W. Madison street. I SUGAR white sacks __ __
reading. George Following: a short business session ner, were guests of Mrs. H. M. Mc- will be pained to learn that be is in life appeared to make of them.but h 50c

Id and in business prayer. After session the Urns devotional was with Mrs. H. IL Young presiding Rae Monday afternoon. Alachua County Hospital very ilL stepping atones to' her beveanly 5 Ibs. extra fancy Blue Rose RICE __ _
talk on China was given by Mrs. J. E. Norman is spendinga We wish him a speedy recovery. home. 25c
articles for the
spent In making I few days In Waverly with her Mrs. Thomas Brown and Miss Gently as she had lived she clos-
8
from
Letters Ibs.
Dr. Geo. H. Lowry. Jewell
Compound __ _
circle basket. __ _ _
( Weeat visitors at n SJcj
Kathryn were
the home and Foreign Missionary daughter Mrs. EJd Driggers.Mr. ed her eyes in sleep Jan 10, 1931,
t The hostess served hot chocolate Florida WUton Conner and Ancel the home of Mr. and Mrs. A. L. at the home of her daughter, Mrs. I
the DRY'SALT
Synodical
supported by BACON
and wafers to members present.: j per pound ___ 17t
Circle No. 1 will meet with Mrs. were read by :Mrs. H. H. Young Norman of Vanderbilt attended B. Sullivan Monday. Ceo. R. Lowens in Jacksonville 1 -
and Mrs. Wynn. Y. P. U. here Sunday night. T with whom she had been making ; 2* lbs' Self-rising
J. E. Wilson the second Monday in [ FLOUR extra good 7at
> Mrs. O. W, Burney and son. her home.
JOHN JACKSON MORGANJohn
February.Mrs. Newn, and Mrs. Lesley Libby of Surviving her are three sons, G. I! PURE CREAMERY
F. F. Flume was hostess to CELEBRATES NINTH ---- BUTTER, pound
l Starke were visiting Mrs. L. Craw- W. Burned of Sanderson; F. W.
Circle No. 2 of the Baptist Mission BIRTHDAY Jackson Morgan was bornIn
ford and E. A. Burnsed of
,
Monday.Mr. Jacksonville
Bradford what Is now ; Great Northern BEANS
Society Monday afternoon at county pound
fl ary per
,
: Arthur McRae motored to two daughters Mrs. M. S. Jordan
3 o'clock. Union, near Lake Butler, August
About forty little friends helped Raiford where be and Mrs. Geo. R.
The devotional was opened with celebrate the ninth anlversary of finished his Saturday B. Y.night. P. U, study 29, 1861 and died January 11, 1931. sister, :Mrs. H. E.Lowens Lagergren and one of i 8 Ibs. MEAL _ __ __..,. _______ __ __ 25e
and by He was married at an early age to I
;l a scripture reading prayer Juanita Barefoot'a birth when her II

the circle leader Mrs. A. M. Darby. 'I parents, Mr., and Mrs. P. M. Bare- course.Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Lewis are Miss Nancy Bragg, she having died Starke The funeral and other cortege'relatives.was com- ,I 7 }-2 Ibs. GRITS __ _ _____ __ n____
'
Plans were made to finish a quilt September 11, IflOl. To this union
'I foot entertained in her
honor I the of twin I of
proud parents! boys, posed a large number of friends
aJ ,, that is to be sent to the Baptist Tuesday afternoon at their i, was born seven children, two,of
who arrived 7th. The little and relatives
-
January joining a of j
group ,
Orphan's Home in Arcadia. [, home I i whom survive him.
from four to five-thirty fellows have been named James the
A lovely reading called "The I Narcissi placed in baskets! On October 21, 1904, he was I life-long friends and relatives)I Fruits and
Leon and Morris Edward. of the deceased at the Christian Vegetables
Spare Hour" was given by Mrs. L. used for docoratlng the home and I Quiet a few from here attended I I|again married to Miss Barbara Allen church where funeral services were t, ;
O.PowelL After the business hour Dukes, who survives him. 'Two
in the center of the
placed dining the B. Y. P. U. Federation at I conducetd by Rev.. Sam I. White
'
a Mrs. G. P. Raymond closed the table was the birthday cake on [!Children came to bless this union I I
,Brooker Sunday. {I III.STINGS pastor of the Central Christian JO Ibs. IRISH POTATOES .__ __
a "t meeting with prayer. The hostess which stood nine pink candles. |of which one, John Marlin, died at church of Jacksonville. JOcIQc
assisted by Miss Clara Flume and Games the i |,an early age. !
were enjoyed during
a Mrs. E. Thomas, served a delicious afternoon by the little folks and I PREPARING FOR'*. 1 He was a man whom to know A quartette composed of Mrs. ,: 3 Ibs. YELLOW ONIONS ____ __ '_ __
I
Cornelia
,
Mrs E.
salad course to the twelve members many lovely gifts were received by PLANTING OF POTATOES ,was to love a '''man without an Long K. Ferryman I

present the bonoree. 1 enemy and had never incurred the J. F. Klckliter and Mr John II I 6 Ibs. BANANAS --------____ . __ tic

t 4'" Circle No. 3 of the Baptist Missionary Late in the afternoon Mrs. Barefoot Hastings, Fla.. Jan. 9.-This ill-will of friend or neighbor. It Powell sang her favorite songs:

11i Society met Monday afternoon assisted by her daughter, section is the scene of much activity -,!can be truly said that a rood- man "The Old Rugged" Cross": and "In I I APPLES eating, per dozen ____ 25e

at 3 o'clock at the home of Miss Inez Abernathy and Miss Lillian at present, in preparation for>'''Is gone, for-h. never said no to one the Garden Interment took placein ;

L Mrs.: J. H. Pitts, with thirteen Barefoot served ice cream and the coming potato treason: For [who asked for a favor, never turned the family lot at Crosby Lake LETTUCE, per head .._._ __ :_h IQc10c

members present. Baskets of nar- cake. Lolypops were 'given as fa the past several weeks long strings,'I' the needy away.empty-handed. cemetery.

ciflRi brightened the living room vors. of teams and trucks have been going We who knew him best loved him I CELERY, per bunch -_ .. ___u__ -_ _ _

where the meeting was held. to and from the railroad yards, most,, and count ourselves as es- I Frostproof Old golf course

Mrs. G. W. Alderman led the devotional AFTERNOON. BIIiUGE CLUB hauling out seed potatoes for an- pecially blessed, 'that we were so 'I' on CalooBa Lake opened to public'

l; reading the 17th chapter MEETS other crop. long under his noble 'example and Miami Beach Fleetwood Ho-

( of John. After a prayer by Mrs. While recent heavy rains have influence, and while] it la, hard, oh, I tel, Eighth street; and Blscayne The Best in Feed

; W. J. Epperson and the regular Mrs. O. 1. Haynes was hostess retarded 'certain phases' of work, son bard, 'to..looKf.pr the, last time Bay, 'opened for 1931 winter seat

4 business meeting the afternoon to members of the Afternoon most fields throughout this Immediate on that noble bow? yet,we do 'not .1

N; was spent in sewing and basket Bridge Club Saturday at her home. section are in readiness for mourn art those who have no hopeof son.St.. Augustine Orpheum Thea- SHORTS ,. __ ___._..___ __ $1.75
Vii) weiving. Offering $1.26. Pot plants were attractively ar- planting, which will start about. meeting their loved' ones again, tre opened for winter season having ,

s.. Mrs. Pitts nerved delicious sandwiches ranged in the living room where the middle of this month. for we feel that a crown' awaits installed: latest Western Elec- BRAN .. h . ... SL60
fruit cake, coffee and tea two tables were at play. At the Federal Point Is about 30 days him in glory,and{ that he has pasa- tric sound syster. I --- ------- -- -- -

to lbe following members: close of the games Mrs. L. Wyman earlier In planting than this di.trict'and .- ed from this world of sin and affliction Allotment of $550,000 to speed! I YELLOW WESTERN CORN _._ ___ __ $2.25
Mrs. G. W. Alderman, Mrs A. O. wry awarded the prize for holding it Is believed that at least to a home in heaven where construction program on Intra- I'

Anilreu, Mrs. M. D. Bumgarner' high score. 75 per cent of the acreage there suffering, trials; and disappointments coastal waterway between Jacksonville I I I WHITE OATS ._ u_ __ ___ __ __ $2.00
:Mr. P. M" Barefoot. Mrs. G. C. will be never come and where allis h -
j The hostess served her guests a planted by. the end of the and Miami, made recent I

Gr Conner, Mrs. W, J. Epperson, Mrs.J. delicious'salad course. present week. Some growers have happiness and love. May those ly by War Department., I ,BEST SCRATCH __ _ __ __ ____. ____ $2.60
i D. Goodman, Mrs. Hemingway, Those present were Mrs. it. Wy reported that they have plants well he has left behind be inspired by

:Mrs. Kay Newsom, Mrs. S. L.: Peek, man. Mrs. O. 1. Beasley, Mrs. C, above ground. The average acre- the Godly life he has spent to press I II I, : BEET PULP ____ _. ____._ ._ _ S/.90
i ? :Mrs. J. L, Sllcox, Mrs. S. O. Lewis.GOLDEN A. Knight, Mrs. J. T. Long, Mrs. age planted to potatoes In Federal forward with the thought ever. uppermost II I I f '

"- E L. Biggs, Mrs. J. E. Wilson and Point each season Is about 700 that we will meet again, II I II I'': .LAYING MASH ___ _,_ $2.90CARL'S
WEDDINGC'KLEBKATKI Mrs, A. Z.,Adklns. acres and from present Indications to part no more. I I '
a 1# ) only a small cut has been made In He leaves a widow and three I

MEETING: OF TilE plantings for the coming, season. children, Mrs.,,:Myrtle'Gagliardi, I
The 10th inst, being the 50th WOMAN'S CLUB It Is estimated that the acreage San Jose, Calif,; Clarence Aubrey 3 Ii '
a anniversary of the marriage of Mr. in the Hastings section will show a Morgan, Brooker, and Lonnie Mor- I i CASH CORNERi

and Mrs. L. C. Prescott, this fine The --Woman'* Club of Starke considerable decrease under last gan, Sampson',p' y; nine grand I

mh old couple celebrated Saturday afternoon held its regular meeting Wednesday season, but it Is said that although children, and onegreat-grandchild.! ; I i : 45

by receiving friends from afternoon at the club house. the acreage will show a decrease, it All the children' .were present at ,. .,."....., --- WE DELIVER ,
t three to six o'clock. will be about the funeraL Besides these he .
Following the club collect flag normal as plantings I - --- -
i The rooms were tastefully deco- salute and club song, a short business last year were considerably above leaves a host of other relatives ana O// The: Screen -- -- - - -- ---

rated with white narcissi and ferns, session was held with the pormal. friends. '
, and as each guest arrived they president, Mrs. L. A. Davis In'' He was laid to rest January 13, -under the glare of powerful STEAM PRESSING COMPANY
1* '\congratulated the bride and groom charge. Mrs. D. C. Kinlaw and I IJolrs. on Tuesday afternoon at Dedan lights and the stress of "PictureMaking"

{ 'of /fifty years ago. :Mrs. Prescott Frankie Hudson were received cemetery. Elder1' Wm. Moody, conducting Gou ud'e the Oriental beauty Cream rendered stands by SUITS CLEANED PRESSED AND, RESHAPED

41 ,was assisted in receiving and sent as new members. L AWT ay1ST the -funeral. Pallbearers the test. It gives an alluring, J. Frank Thoman; Phone 52
;ing by Mrs. L. A. Davis. A delightful program In chargeof *. M. K. ftmrm.Tt c... were: O., W: and E. M. Hazen, pearly appearance that will not = -
Rev. W. F. Jones offered prayer Mrs., R., A. Weeks chairman of Wade'Harrell ''John Baxter, L. A, rob off, streak or spot.
land read the 103 Psalm also made Brown and N. ------ -- -- -. .
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Sr -
; legislation was ,rendeded as fol- P. Wainwright No "touching Up" necessary a* -------- -
i an address suitable to the occur The home of J4 0. T). Durban',In The entire community extends Its the skin retains. the
[a__ p_ ..._ ____ _. ..._ 'UP____,._ lows: East Lawtey'burned to the heartfelt syjxip; seductive under delightfullysoft
I'U.I xa uuv YtlYJV UI ioU" n UIUAU Vocal solo (a) "rm Iq Heaven ground ( : tny! to the, bereaved beauty all con
.Missionary Boclety Mrs J. W. (b) "Mighty Like A Rose"-Mrs. last Saturday morning between 11 ODes ta.tM: 4ata. _,' ditions.GOURAUD'S BATTERY SERVICEAt

'White presented a five'dollar gold R. J. ,,Davis, Accompanist Mrs. H. and 12 o'clock. The ,fire. when .v, '* Jj 9.J..jR<<:' f> ,', ,

I,piece to Mr. and Mrs. Prescott V. Knight. : discovered was beyond control and 'Prr'bink.of! tbe.cjown: the,ransomed .
-t i other gifts were also given to this Article read, "Uncle Sam and the only a few household goods were shall wnar. .. ,w ORIENT l .ISmith's '

2L, {popular couple. Dainty refresh Children." by Ruth Bryan Owen saved. Mr. Durban who has been I "Ltook upon; high and )believe lie Is CREAM
'menu were served by Mrs. L. X: Mrs. R. A. Weeks. .111 for sometime was at the"home there,tl'lr Service Station
.arf .
Davis Mrs. Olin W. White, Miss "Salute Your'Bride"Miss of a' daug'bter'ID Green Cove _Ie. tar. asr waa.m fte' _
Reading. :- pens lOo
MM
't"n.o' nr
p, > and Miss Kate '- Springs. Mr. E. Durban, will ,Gr4vpHS!? ,. r4' >htdoo ball r ,
laseljdlddteton ,Hazel Mlddleton.: ,, l \ ft 'i rd T. Hophlm pen, N.w Vortc CitrSPECIAL Authorized "
,
and, Mr.' and Mrs court reGcspetr : Willard Dealer
.
..Stnith. The hostesses for the afternoon 'Cart .'Carter Ftq,1, '
'
Mr. and Mrs. Prescott's celebration who were as follows served hot were' occupying the'house' at,the BATTERIES"
Sunday when time. The many friends of this IN"STOCK
I was completed tea and sandwiches: Mrs. N. D. u 1
;, >they had as guests the following Walnwright. Mrs. D. P. Carpenter, family sympathize with them x In '
:
-
the loss of their home.E. -- ---- --
party of relatives from Gainesville: -
Mrs. R. J. Davis, Mrs. J. L. Frazee, '
Mr. and Mrs. I. D. Bowers, Mr. 11.F Mrs. H. V. Knight. Mrs. F. F. E. Burney was a business visitor NOTICE TO MEN =

F T. Bowers, Mr. and Mrs. John P, Stump, Mrs. N. B. Hull and Mrs. to Starke Tuesday.R. usuauu..wwuiwnk..marinas.u.waswuuunaususosruuluaeYwWi.auul.,, ='

.. Camp and little daughter, Jean. I M. E. Edwards! R. Thede was transacting ..
I business In Jacksonville Wednes 1
tr The' CHAMBERS "KING OF ALL"
MADISON STREET GARDEN
SEW AND SO CLUB MEETS day.Mrs.
CLOD: MEETS E. L. Biggs of Starke: was
+ u visiting relatives SHARPENERS. is now in your city at a
In
Miss Ethel Griffin was hostess to Lawtey Monday s.o.s.
Members of the Madison Street friends and members of the Sew afternoon small'cost of I

Garden Club met Thursday after- and So Club Tuesday evening at II
,noon with Mrs. L. A. Davis at her her home on Walnut street.

home. Narcissi intermingled with ferns THERESSA
Plans were discussed for a flow- decorated the living room where I
er show to be given in the summer.Landscaping the guests spent a delightful eve- Hilda ..;,,111.... c... d. 49c
S. O. S. is
is the topic of discussion ning sewing and conversing. P the distress cry of ships at sea, and

for the February meeting. The hostess nerved the following Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Youngblood, while in' this instance it means SALE ON
: At the close of the meeting Mrs.I Mrs. L. L.
guests" refreshments Youngblood and children -
tempting :
Davis served hot chocolate and Mrs. D. P. Carpenter, Mrs. T. T. Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Sibley .Sharpens any, razor. blade made,. also the STOVES.it, is still a distress call for cash

wafers. Long Mrs. II. C. Bitch, Miss Eunice Mrs. H. E. Moorer and daughter, '"'o7d-style sir fghFblade. The'manufactur- money. We have reduced prices on every stove
Those present were: Mrs. J. L. Perkins Miss Hazel Mlddleton. Lynell Miss Hazel Phillips Mr .. .
Peek, Mrs. Hamilton Rltch. Jr.. Miss Blanche Alderman. Miss Bet- M. Hall and Miss Ouida Hall en- guarantee in stock right down to the bare'cost and-we'are
;y VUrs. T. J. Alderman, Mrs. O. 1. joyed a fish ers that by using the CHAMBERS
ty Chamberlin, Miss Pearl Jordan. fry on Crystal lake going to sell them. It ,will to l look
Haynea. Mrs. A. W. Redgraves, Miss MID Gruber and Miss Mel rose Friday. Plenty of fish was caughtfor pay you over i

Mrs. Frank Hoover Mrs. 1:. K. Jordan of Wrlghtsvllle. Go. dinner and a good time was SHARPENER you'can shave from our line,and buy now, for the' prices will never !b'';

Mrs.Ferryman J. C.,Robinson Mrs. J.and M.Mrs.Mitchell R. F., JUNIOR AUXILIARY* reported Mrs. Bennie by all.Mastus and son, An- 60 to 100 times with the same,blade. i be like this again. A complete line of ,,1,1i'

Deraorest :MEETS drew, are visiting Mrs. Mastus i
+
uncle, :Mr. A. Sullivan. Buy one and reduce
l Mlt. AM MRS ItRANCII AltEI10HTS Members of the Junior Auxiliarymet Mr. and Mrs. S. 'H. r>oU.l have your shaving bill to IRON WOOD HEATERS :

AT KNJOVARLE.PARTY Monday -afternoon with Jlyr- returned from Fort Myers and re- only a few cents a year., :1
,
i, tlce Ford. port a very pleasant trip.
I Dorothy Sapp, president, was In Mr. and Mrs. D. W. J'.(J..ro.. Mrs
Mr and Mrs. K. E. Branch entertained charge of the meeting. At the A. L. Sullivan and little -oh, Oth- WOOD RANGES I

with a number of their friends close of the business session work ma, were dinner guests ,if Mr. and The Chambers & Rowland Co. .
a shrimp
supper Saturday
was started on scrap books for Mrs. L. V. Moore Sund-iv.
S night at the Copper Kettle at Jack
.._,_....._ n-.... ... missionary hospitals.' Mrs. H. E. Moorer 1/,1/ little OIL COOK STOVESWe
"" UPU'" "" The hostess Sale Manufacturers
served daughter, Lynell lire vi '>Unjt Mrs.
The table which seated
twelve crackers san.tw.lcbe.I
and
hot Moorer'
parents Mr I
:r- Mrs. C
guests, was decorated with a large members JACKSONVILLE FLA.
present, A. Youngblood. Mrs M +orer will ,
basket of flowers and tall red
follows: Dorothy Sapp, president: leave In a few days for .
uth Miami can supply them in all sizes
candles In crystal holders were Martha I / and prices.
Powell secretary, Eunice and '
Everglades, whore cho.will: "VI' /* -
'placed at either end. Canova, counselor; Vera Claire Join Mr. Moorer and make her Don't put off'your buying until stocks are de-
the the I
Following supper guests Robinson, Katie ,
4 Fugate. 'WartlUHemingway home. Corpening's Store
.were entertained at the home of Elisabeth Hollings- Mr. and Mrs. Rufus Crosby of Drug pleted. !
the hosts, where they enjoyed several
worth
Dorothy White, Lillian Rising visited Mr. and Mrs. "* '
Ed
game. of bridge. Prizes were Sternberg and l f
Geraldine
Johns. Sullivan
Sunday. Exclusive
awarded the holders of' high and "' . : Dealers
a low score*. Orlando-Mr. and Mrs.' Thomas I Misses Stark.Pearl and Melr<>*e Jordanof DeWITT C. JONES Hardware {
were in Thenua Mon S'r; FLA.
Enjoying the affair with Mr. and Hojonnsen opened Wlndemere day afternoon ,
d :Mrs. Branch were: Senator and r
boarding
house t
Mrs. E.!: M. Johns, Mr. and Mrs., and Main street, on Lucerne Circle Mrs.' A. L. Sullivan vfettal. br 5c extra for mall orders. Starke,
mother, Mrs. David Jones at I Florida'.J

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: .._ .. ')Idles MelroaeTottian left Wadnesday CO/ItPLETION'OF' but Its purpose will not be served
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] :ror-hefl.'noJne in Wrlght- RAIL OFFICIAL until It la completed to the
I siibe, Ga., after a-.vUit here wither / ; SHORT ROUTE TOCOAST'IS.SOVGlIT It Is argued The'. coast.1 BROOKER
<< Bifs" of .....' 'sister, Miss Pearl.1orQan. convinced that it .MvHlMxj I MlM Pearl G. ;..r, 'fcir.:.

S '.. *. :' .' \rJ ASKS PARITYSeaboard present such 'showing that the h""'. ...rue.. 01 ;irenUm, Illled
I Friends of Mrs. B. L. Bigg will Cvcry Community From Daytona road board wilt be convinced of the I his regular appointment - regret to know that she Is ser To Lake City Represented necessity for immediate action Saturday and Sunday.Mr .

local Ne'm lously ill at the Riverside Hospital upon this highway. and Mrs. E. T. Stuart of Ala
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a
Public Relation Counsel
' in Jacksonville.
,ic i Wants Railway1 trt Be Equal Palatka, January 13.-Crystallizing chua. were visiting'friends and
.:::; Bu4 lAnmW. the general sentiment In this SOUTH FLORIDA FAIR relatives here last Sunday.
With
7c Concerning Our People, Business and, Business and programs meetingof I' portion of the state for the om- NOW IN READINESS The B. Y. P. U. federation met
::::: the Methodist; W. M. A., will beheld pletion of Highway No. 28. the -- at the Brooker church January: 11. ,, ,
of the and
Town. '
. Progress County L. Stanley chief public relations -
.c) Monday afternoon at 3 o'clock. Palatka-Lake City Short Route, Entering the last lap of the race A most enjoyable program was i
'counsel of the Seaboard Air
::::: i % at the Methodist church. i Line railway, addressing the Rol providing the moat direct route I to get the South Florida Fairgrounds rendered.Mr. '
IJe 57SZ55.52525d5 S2S2S2522! 05r! : from the Gateway City to the East I In Tampa and the 22 exhi- O. J. Mott waa transacting:
SZ5lSi'EATIIER' : lins Institute 6f Statesmanship, de-
::::: Mrs A. L. Harley and little son, I Coast, delegations from this city bition halls In readiness for the annual business in Starke last Saturday.Mr. .
\\ RECORD' Mr and Mrs. E. M. Davis and returned Tuesday from Tampa, clared Saturday that legislation\ 'augmented" by representatives opening of the exposition on Ethan and Groover Sapp d
Mrs. Sam Anderson motored to where she visited relatives for two should be made to bring about "a 3 General P. T. business here
San
:fec prom Bunnell DeLand, Mateo February Manager were transacting
> Implied by Starke branch, U. Penney Farms Sunday.. weeks. parity of railway privileges and and motor burd..ns"between vehicle Sanford, Keystone Heights, Lake I Strleder has notified the.hundredsof last week.
::fec forestry Departmept. Butler Starke and Lake City were exhibitors that everything Is Mr. and Mrs. L. A Fowler were ,

leeklng ending Jan. 14,. 1931. The Intermediate G. .A.'s will Dr. and Mrs B. S. Carroll and transportation.He/ said the matter should be I converging on Tallahassee today I, now ready to take possession. transacting business In Gainesville '
::: Min. meet Monday afternoon at 3:30: Miss Madge MIddleton 'attendedthe prepared to present their claimsIn With the exception of the im last Saturday and Sunday.Mr. I
Dat&MAx.: Precip. "no unsurmountable problem.
> o'clock with Mary Brownlee.Mrs. Jacksonville Dental Society in no uncertain terms before the provements now under way on the and Mrs. R. B. Raulerson
"The railroads are 'not seekingany
:355S: I 8 67 40 Jacksonville Tuesday evening<<: preferential treatment," he state highway department tomor auto racing course, the aviary and and Mr. A. F. Raulerson of Okee-
'CI 60 41 +- park system the task of preparingfor chobee spent part of last week her.'
9 Albert Anderson and children continued, but at the same time row.Leading
Mr. P. Gnspett and J. R. Howe
:: 60 36 business men, state representatives the exposition has been com with friends and relatives.
II 10 the week-end In Archer do not believe that special
they
spent and Mrs. H. M. Snyder were busi- A. J. Grlffls/ was
I'ft V.C 72 42 and senators and others pleted. Many improvements have Superintendent
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- 72 48 .50 with relatives. ness visitors to Jacksonville Monday privileges of indirect subsidies Interested in the completion of been made and this year every section visiting the school here last Tues
- 12 should be granted to their competitor
R; 13 81 48 ." the direct route to the East Coast of the 80 acre fair grounds day.
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:::: _i 56 31 Mrs. 11. M. Snyder of Alabama, I He said the railroads paid a total \ now partially completed composed track will be In use. .;.
: Ltal, rainfall for week,.50 in. Is visiting her brother, Mr. Pate Miss Lillian Barefoot has returned -I the delegations.The / . Exhibits are now pouring In for WinterPark Constructionwork
of $1.748,312, which is'equivalent --
to her home In Sanderson
Gasaett. Palatka contingent led by department From Italy
; every
: .. to $3.04 to each pupil, white planned In this city totals
,
after ten visit here with Miss
a day
John W. Campbell, was composed Spain and Holland shipments are
|,I.. and Mrs. L. D. Vining spent Inez Abernathy. and Hack, enrolled/;/; ; ,the ,,public $175,000.
of II. S. McKenzie Putnam repro- arriving dally for the huge national .
day in Js.cksonvllllY.'r ; Boy's All Wool Sweaters only /schools during the session of 192320. - -- -- -- ---
senatlve; Col. S. J. Hllburn, state exhibits.: Commercial displays -
$1.19 at Sternberg'M JanuaryC'le".unt'e Misses Lillian Barefoot and InezAbernathy !)." senator; T C. Douglas, representative more numerous than ever '
| A J. Williams of Alachua Sale. spent the week-end In "The railroads paid In 1928 the ; A. J. Ammen, representing before, are being placed in the var-
D risltor In Starke Monday. Jacksonville: the guests of Mr. and equivalent of $40 per mile for the the Palatka Kiwanis Club; ,J. L. ious halls. The demonstration FLORIDA
Dr. R. 'N. Holland and Mr. D. P. contsructlon and maintenance: of
Mrs. J. E. Shaw.
C I Waits Kiwanis Club; B. C. Pearce, fluid, where modern agricultural
lew at White1. in Jacksonville .. public roads," said the speaker '
seeds arriving Carpenter were ---- board of bond trustees; R. J. Hancock Implements will be shown In operation TiIi: A T It BJAINESVILLE t'
Ices l-9-4t. Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Davis and "and the Irony of the whole situation
right.
H. II. Tanner H. D. Hard- will bo crowded to capacity.
O. C. Davis of Jacksonville accompanied Is that they are contributingthis reader and George E.: Gay repre- Officials: from the state department (; FLA.
C :ev J. T. not Cocoa spentferal Mr. Leroy Joyner of Jackson- by J. M. Davis visited their sum toward maintaining a senting the commercial club. of agriculture, the department .
days In Starke this week. ville was a visitor In Starke Tues- parents in Wllllston Sunday. way over which" their competitorsmay Earl W. Brown ma'oi of De- of fish and game and state

day. operate. Land was heading a strong delega- Inntltultons have already designed Program Week Jan. 15
Jon't fall to visit .Sternbcrg's Mrs. II. L. Brownlee, Mrs. G. C. a tion from DeLand while Dave their displays and within another
wary Clearance Sale. All New Dresses' on sale at $-1.03 Bryant, Mrs. Lula Keller, of St. 11AIV AT PLANT CITY Sholtz, Daytona Beach attorney week will begin active work on arranging -
-- at Sternlierg's January Clearance Matthews N. C., Miss Mary RETARDS 8TRAW11KKRY CROP P"d\ past president of the state their booths. The life size TODAY

, Mrs. Roy Bence spent Wednesy Sale Brownlee and Miss Kitty Hogsed chamber of commerce was leading Dutch village Is nearing completion "MIN & BILL"With
in Jacksonville with_friends. visited Keystone Heights Sunday. Plant City, Fla., 'Jan. ft.'-Strawberry a contingent from Daytona Beach artists are at work In Wall
Mr. Carl Olson left Saturday for i : growers of this section were George Mealy. TT_. f_?. fVwilv,. TT' f_*.. Hall preparing the majmlflcient
Nathan Prevail"spent Sunday in New Orleans., La., to be gone untilspring. Miss Louie Belle Carter is visIting gloomy the early part of the week Miller, a. E. Allen and F. E. Hopper Italian exposition, performers are

,, icksonville with friends.Get in Cocoa the guest of Mr. and when a downpour of rain started were Included In the Bunnell charting the amphl-lhoater arena Marie Dressier, 'Wallace ->
t, Mrs. W G. Strlngfellow and! will before dawn Monday' and lasted delegation. Keystone Heights was and placing their aerial rigging,
my prices on first class Flor- Mrs. O. E. Stansbury and daughter also visit in Vero Beach and Miami throughout ,the morning.? Rains sending F. M. Walrath J. E. Larsen women are active in the Woman's lleerlt'om.odydrnm" / I
L peanuts. J. F. Klckliter.Mrs. Miss Edna, were business visitors before returning home. have for the lalt"! several''' 'weeks and Senator" F. Miller while building arranging exhibits artists \ with these

to Jacksonville Saturday. hampered the rlp nlng' of berries. I Starke was to be represented by are hanging their collections of two famous. stars

Owen Bryan of Waldo; were Mr. .and Mrs. Lacy Rigdon and In many instances growers were E'igene S. Matthews chairman of paintings in the Jackson gallery" Added .COMEDY, CARTOON
iislness visitors here Monday. Silk dresses greatly reduced at family of Tampa and< Mr. and! Mrs : forced to go into the' llekln after the state railroad commission and and county agents packers, ran- NEWS

Stump's.Mr. Arthur Rigdon of Jacksonville picking to ditch 'The 'ground already president of tho Highway No 28 ners and Individual exhibitors are
Manhattan Shirts 91 at Stern- spent the week-end with their par. soaked with water ,could Association ana Senator 1 1. M. busily engaged in preparing their
''rlf'>> Clearance! Sal Wm. Baker of Fullerton, ents, Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Rigdon. ,hold little more and puddles form- Johns. C.. A Roberts and others' booths. SATURDAY"THE
Canada Is the winter guest of his ed between the rows. were to bring pressure to bear I Indications are that the display

Mrs. H. D.. May of Hampton, cousin John Uglow.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Brownlee, Last Friday the first car of berries from. Lake Butler while R. H. will be far more attractive this PAINTED

as a visitor here Tuesday.Max Jr., of Atlanta, arrived Friday fora was forwarded from this point, Chapman, Senator Bernard English year than ever before. and many DESERT"With
and Mrs. R. J. Davis and Mr. visit with relatives. Mr. Brown for the current season and wan! and others wore to join In at Lake concerns are building permanentquarters
and lJok'e Long, of Olustee,, and Mrs. D. A. Montteth motoredto lee" returned" Sunday. Mrs. Brownlee nearly a month later- than last City. for their exhibits.!

ere visitors to Starke Tuesday. Gainesville Monday afternoon. will be here for several weeks. year, .when the first; car .was sent The, personnel of the Sanford -----_ -.- '
.- out December 11. It was expected delegation was unknown here to- EuntinGrand. View Hotel., damaged William Lloyd
$23: Blue Serge Suits going at Artamo embroidery packages/ Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Dowling and that several cars would be loaded day but assurance had been given bjr fire several months ago, Added LOUISE FAZENDA
'::16.50 at Sternberg'a January 1-3 off at Stump's. family, and Mrs. J. J. Johnson and early this' week. Prices for berries : that several from that city would being repaired rapidly. COMEDY ,
'leuranceSide.. son Jimmie, of Jacksonville were early this week were average" 'attend the meeting. Arcadia .Value of building per. Mickey Mouse CartoonMonday
Jones and Arthur Moran of Wal.guests of Dr. and Mrs. W. E. MId log about 44c a quart. I Previous to the meeting of the mite issued. during first 11 monthsof

Mrs. R. F. Nolan of Maxvllle,, do, were visiting friends in Starke dleton Sunday. The Wauchula section has sent state road department at 10 a. m. 1930 was $01H67. nearly 10. & Tuesday
was a visitor to Starke Tuesday. Tuesday afternoon. more than 60,000' pints of berriesto tomorrow, the Highway No. 28 Association 000 more than value of permits UBucd -
Mrs. F; W. Buddlngton,. Mrs. W. market this season, the first car will meet at 0 a. m. at during entire year 1020. Janey Gaynor Charles
C M. .Andreu of Jacksonville, P. A. and H. B. Crosby of Brook S. Oliver, Mr* Pearl Lee Mrs C. load going out fro$ Bowling Green I the Floridian Hotel at Tallahassee Miami McKechan FurnitureCo. Farrell '

was In Starke Tuesday afternoon.All er, were attending -business in W. Chalker and :Mrs.! Laura Bud last .week. Unfavorable weather' for the purpose of perfecting plans ., 631 N. W, Third avenue, com- together ugaln In
Starke Tuesday afternoon.Mrs. ding ton of Middleburg were visitors has kept the berries from ripening' and mapping out the mode of presentation pleted work of enlarging" .store I
shoes reduced In price dur- here Wednesday., but more favorable conditions dur- of claims to the road space. "THE MAN WHO
ng Sternherg's January Clearance A. A. Smith and Mrs. Cath ing the latter part of last week body. Arcadia St. Edmund's Episcopal CAME BACK"Added

SuK erine Teare of Lawtey, were shopping Mr. and Mrs. Leland Cassells and were expected to bring out a big The Talalhassee delegation Is the Church dedicated recently. Comedy, Cartoon, New
In Starke Tuesday afternoon. Mrs. Frank E. Young enroute to crop, growers believed. outgrowth sentiment here which Arcadia-Plaza Coffee Shop

Mrs. Wm. McCutcheon'of Birm- their home at Mt. Vernon Ohio, With an increased acreage, In has been persistently demandingthe formerly Plaza Grill, reopened. byJ. ,
ingham, Ala., Is visiting Mr. and Any coat In the house for $9.95 spent Monday with their cousins, Hardee county shipments may ex-i completion of the highway, B. Rives. WEDNESDAY"WAR

Mrs. J.!. D. Carter of,Lawtey.Mr. at. Sternberg'* January Clearance Mr. and Mrs.. H.; H. Young.' ceed the 4,000,000,.pints _from there which It I* felt, has been shelvedfor Tampa-New $300,000 Tampa NURSE"With
Sale last season. r less worthy project at various Gas Co. building Tampa and
J. F. White of Cincinnati!,. Miss Hazel Adkins will go to . times. The highway It Is pointed Madison street, completed.Fort .
Ohio was the 'gueati at..the- horn* .,t Mrr-.nd .Mr. L W. Plnholster, Gainesville Friday to meet Mrs. out la 'one of the most vital routes Lauderdale Construction Robert Montgomery
of M. D. Cartet: Sunday.. : ,"- Jr.. of Lake City were business visitor Bessie Whlddon. They will spend, In'"the state providing the most of first section of warehouseat Anita Page

to Starke. Saturday.R. the week-end-in Tallahassee with I I- convenient access to the east coast Port Everglades started by Olson Added -- GEO. K. ARTHURA

Leviton' Tailor Shop Clearing Mrs. ,WlddonV' "daughter. Miss and destined to be one of the heav and 'Company contractors. .KARL DANE COMEDY
and pressing. 11-14-tf. R. -Joyner _of Worthington Francis Whlddon. at A.. D. Phi iest' traveled routes in the state. Punta Gorda Marian avenuebeing "
h :S.I"", 'McRae I NEWS
Mr. and Mrs. :
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to businessin widened from street
attending of a Taylbf
Springs; was house. I With the exception! bridge between
Mr. and Mii-lT. .kfMasaiVWdMrs. : : l Starkei .Monday.: Starke, 8 D..Dec'I'1it.w:' fii' ....'H Starke and Lake Butler now to alley beside King Furniture JOc and 50c

T. J. Griffin visited Jackson- Senator E.'.M. Johns, 'Starke,I Mr. and Mrs. Claude' HOWler i under 'construction the'' route' 14 store and new whlteway lights. will', "
Ule Monday. v o.J \ ;; ", '.N,,E. Baxter.of Brooker, was a was amongthe prominent visitorsin Hampton" son 1IStafft&4vCr'ewewYi13t11Y."tftil"v) Jan": 2nd. fllnished.. In Its entirety'' to' Grandin| be Installed. ' '
"And '
Mr. ...
visitor to Starke Satur- -
business Gainesville"today on'tnialtMna! *
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Mr. and! Mrs. J.T.Long; 'and eon,, day!, ,- In connection 'with the January New.RIver ; L/Lewls .
lack, motored to Jacksonville Monday term 'of Alachua county circuit .Mrs and Mr'M. Starke:
afternoon. "Star Brand Shoes are Better". court. Senator Johns said that the twin sons, Jan.7th" I:
line at Sump's.Mrs" Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Edwards, Jr.,
See the beautiful prospects for a fine strawberrycrop
Starke, son, Jan. ;12tb.t | I
New Goeaard Corsets, girdles, in Bradford county were never '
md combinations at Stump's. E. B. Hart of Raiford wasa better than this season. Shipments Mr. and MrsJ' R. L. Batten, The- ;. COMPARATIVE STATEMENT OF THE I1IIADFOIH1 COUNTY BANK

visitor to Starke Wednesday af will begin in about 30 days] reasa son 'J4n. 8th. JANUARY 1 1931:
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Everett, Mld- IN LIQUIDATION FROM: JULY 11, 1930 TO ,
Mrs. Laura Synder and son Ray, ternoon. -Gainesville Evening News, Tues- dleburg, daughter, Jan. 10.
ot Bangor Pa. of Sen. ,
were guests day. L. -- -- ----------
and Mr. and Mrs. A. Barnes
md Mrs. E. M.,Johns Tuesday. Marglobe, Florida Special
: Bonnie Best Tomato Seed. J. F. CARD OF THANKSWe daughter, Jan. llth.. July 11, 1930 Dr. Cr. January I, 1931

Ruby King and World Beater Klckliter. Palmetto-Miniature golf course Loans and Discounts _-___-____$3tS.: 39.oo 1313.92 $34,080.77 $282,763.15:

epper seed. J. F. Klckliter -' wish to express our deepest constructed by Martin Brothers on bonds _ _________________.. 49,150.00 ________ 4,400.00 40,75000Banking
Senator E. M. Jobna was In heartfelt thanks to the numerous Pine and Lamb streets, opened House ,_ ___?___.___ 14,000.00B.000.00 ____ ___ _____,.__ 14,00000
Mrs. J. M. Brownlee."Mr. R. A. Green Cove Springs Wednesdayand friends for the kindness and attention abort time ago. Furniture and Fixtures _______ : ______ ______..__ 5000.00
Veeks and CoL W. T. Weeks spent Lake Butler Thursday on legal given our dear wife and mother Midway-New Midway roller Real Estate _ _...._.__.____ 22227.67 8,80(1.67: _-______ 30,734.34

Tuesday in Jacksonville, business. during her sickness until our skating rink, corner of Twenty. Due from Banks .___..___.____ 2,140.46' 11.19-1.88 13,024.35 310.99

Heavenly Father claimed her. Eighth avenue and Dixie Highway Cash and Items ______.?.__.-__ 0,474.81 ___._. ".6f2. O 832.31
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hoover, Mrs. Mr and Mrs. C. E. Johns and We especially thank Dr. King. opened for business. Due from State Treas. ____________..____ 14,722.63 11,431.81 3,200.82 ,

R. S. Fernandez and Don, Hoover son of Wildwood were the week- whose strict attention and faithfulness Tampa-New saloon,, building 'Overdrafts . _.?_.._._.,.__ 1,300.19 _______ 676.94 > 632.23
pent Sunday in McIntosh. end guests of Senator and Mrs. E. to her will ever be cherishedIn rapidly Bearing completion. General Expense' . ______..*-____.....__:: 418.93 _____,c. 416.03

_. . jJtu,*---'--* M. Johns. our memories. We extend our,I I Commission and Salaries .*__?,._._... ____ 1,767.50 _."--"-"-_ 1.767JSO
Humming: Bird, HOB. $1* 1.33. highest, appreciation for the many " : r Interest paid -_ ___:::.____.__.__-__ 828.75 _______ 823.75:
S 11.50/; and $1.75. Remember they Col. J. L. Frazee, Mr. T. W. Fen- lovely flowers given by relatives' Advances for Loan Protection _,.__....u___ 1,071.98 _________ 1,071.98

i ire guaranteed' Stump'COLUMN*.- nell and Mr. Broward Strickland and friends. May God's richest) 666 Taxes paid _ ___.____.___?________._ 500.00 _______._ 500.00
several days in Miami this blessings rest on each and every
spent -
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one who so faithfully stood by us m PmrrlXlan for
week. COLDS' AND HEADACHES Totals ________.,____$410,841.13 $382,804.00 y
during the saddest hours of our

live. It I .fc. mout speedy rrmttdr h......
A All sweaters reduced at Stump's.Mrs. Capital Stock _ ___-_____:___, 40.000,00 ______ ___.._____ $ 40000.00
John B. Crews and family. AIM also In Tablet.
P WORn -. -- Surplus - -____________ 13.000.00 ____.__ ________ 15,000.00
J. W Klncald of CatUes- -- 7. r_. .... --- -- Undivided Fronts _______-___ 3.910.27 1,703.22 ..________ 2,177.05
burg, Ky., and Mrs. C. C. Hoppe of Saving Deposits 183.227.36 2.2"9.38 1,139.31 182117.29

Tampa, are guest of their sister, Checkings Deposit.-------- 122.2H.1I1)! 17.736. _________ 104.558.29

,-NO TRESPASSING, for rent, forr )[rs. O. L. Beasley.Cot C/CYs _ _____-____________ 17,336.01 ,3.162.3."j ________ 14,173.71.

i\> cards at this office. of REDUCED PRICES C/D's- .. _____________ 9.10 ________ ____....___ 9.10
Harry Tallahassee Cashier's Checks _ _________ 239.49 __...::___ ________ 239.49!
J fi'r' RENT-i-Furnished apart. enroute to Tampa 'and Plant City Bills Payable _ ______-_.____ 21,600.81 6,60981 ______u 11),00000
c nts: J. .p. Klckliter.W was the guest of Mr. E. S. Matthews Giant Stringless BountifulAnd Unpaid Drafts _ _______.____ 1,134.19 2,122.91 ________ 5,031.28

Sunday. I Stock Assessments _ ___________?____ .._______ 2000.00 2000.00 ,
1 i SALE-9 'months old blacke Tenn. Green Pod $9.50 a bu. Interest on Bonds _________...._-.---___ __-____ 1,231.10 1231.70
"1 white Ancona Pullets. Inc Henry and Emory Guy of Cocoaarrived Interest on Loans _ ._____________,.__ ________ 1,024.23'' 1024.23

ire HarUnann Machine Shop, Tuesday and will finial Fordhook Lima __ ___. __ ___ $lG.OO a bu. Rents ()ollected _--___________--______ ________ 117.0/5/ 117.95!
ft rosa from Blue Bell. 192t. their year school work at the BIt Recovrles _ ___________-.___________ _______ 2J3.91 213.91
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,wY..1. EXCHANGE lot of land at Corn and Other Seed also Reduced. . Totals__.____.:.._____ .$410.841.13 $73,992.49 $73,992.49 $382.894.00The
Cobb of Ocala an? .,
Faneta
:MIllS
I irke or Lake Butler for Piano. -
/ Starke, Mr. D. P. McKlnnon of Miami were ,
'drea P. O. Box 351. of Senator and MrsE. comparative statement shown above reflect the true condition of the Brad-

-Fix,: 1162t. guests. M. Johns.Sunday The Kilgore Seed Company, ford County Bank In IKpldatlon, to the best of my knowledge and belief.

:SmA TED OR STOLEN-Whltq.. I JOS. E WILSON,
and tan bird dog? answers' to Mr*. O. I* Beasley, Mra C. C' Aa Liquidator, Bradford County Bank.
Mrs. J. W. Klncald an* 'Gainesville Florida
tame Joe. Last seeD Saturday at Hoppe.: iI
Hampton. J'c B.Alexander, Mrs/A. Z. Adkin* spent Monday Ui. - .

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BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STABKE. FLORIDA FRIDAY, JANUARY It ;

FAGB -
a WATCHING ALL ANGLES and do
everything to
Women Given cut. .11
Club .>
HELPS BRING PROFITTO and Increase Incomes.
J State Awards For MODERN FARMING a ,

, CHARITY AND LIVING BEGIIf Home Improvement DISINFECT!: CUCUMBER

! FARM NEWS SECTIONConducted AT HOME "Spuds, you are always faa the SEED FOB PAnIOG 1C

, first car of watermelons that BACTERIA A\-o

women from this and always -
Tallahassee Fls -The moves area you ,
By :To the old adage that Charity Begins at Home Gainesville, Fla. D1. tnt
outstanding In Improving have plenty of feed for your
L T. DYER: Covaty Agent let's add another just as true-A Living Begins at who their were homes during: 1930 have hogs about this time of year," said appearance of cucumber later seed, of to preveaT! 't r

FKARL JORDAN, BOOM DemonstratSe Agent in the since the pioneer days, such ....
111 MISS Home. Never past Just been announced as winners IA my friend from town the other day borne diseases as angui; I

1 has the need been greater for producing a living at the home Improvement contest when he came: out to go bunting. spot and the rots, was"

Watson. Farm Question Box. "Perhaps those two things accountfor recommended by Dr. G F,
Pecan Trees May Be home on the farm. among senior home demonstration W.
the fact that you make money associate: plant pathologist"the
Wed.., Jan. 21-Early Citrus History workers the farm and all In the state accordi i I
f Top-Worked To More -E. L. Lord. Birds Bund Mod The government papers club member out of your farming operations every Florida Experiment sta4n
authorities have preached for years Ing to Miss Virginia P. Moore ha added. He ,<
Desirable Varieties ern Bungalow James Speed. the agricultural I year, explained that many P&IIII
+ 'specialist In home improvement.I And be came pretty close to hitting genie bacteria and
Town Farmers. and making a fungi adh
Primer for diversification of farming operations
I of from $::5 to $10 In cash
Prizes the nail on the head. The first to the seed, to cause trouble 1
GamesvUle. Fla. Pecan trethat Thurs. Jan. 22 The develop- living at home. Much progress has been made along or articles to further improve the few cars of watermelons are the on. would be killed with
a 11 P
produce unprofitable crept ment of Cooperative Hog Sales in this line in the South still we find numbers of farmers I home have been given as Christmas ones that bring the money. So it corrosive sublimate.
due to small poor quality nuts or Alachua 'County-Fred L. CraftThe present to the first and second: and work to
in basket Is a good Idea to plan A good method for this
to all their one !
Farms still trying put eggs cIIb.
I' be top- Use of Electricity on each class. Smaller
to some diseases, may winners in be the
the end that you can among fection Is to place the seed
worked, by budding or crafting to R. J. Baldwin Michigan State disregarding the inevitable consequences when the prizes have been given to those first shippers of melons from your cloth bag, with the top-tied Ia r

a more desirable variety, accordIng College. crash comes. receiving honorable mention. These territory. Planning to market when curely and submerge them in u
J
to G.H. Blackmon. pecan cul Friday, Jan. 23-Keeping Chick straw- prizes were made possible by The the product is bringing the best to 1.000 solution of the t
and handsome profit on co
Below 10 Pereent.Norman The lure of a quick
Wrist with the Florida Experiment Mortality Celotex Company; Thomas A. Edison price whether product be watermelons sublimate for 10 minutes,
tree that are riga R. Mehrhof. Bill and Abe. tobacco truck has caused many Art Bureau Du ANAes.
Station. Only berries, or some crop Inc.. American ; hogs, or what-not. Is a this time the bag should be i
1 +oae and properly located shoulc Hatching and Growing Pullets for good farmers to take the jrambler's chance and lose The Singer Sewing Machine Com good plan. around in the solution. After
Stan- i
E. F.
said. For beet Laying Contests-
be Egg Roebuck and Co.
be top-worked all. Those are alright to a certain extent, but pany; and Sears "And you always have plenty of 10 minutes the seed should
be crops
the trees should not over ton. kitchen
results The winners in improve- "
feed for your hogs was his other rinsed several times in cold | R
to 10 Inches in diameter. and garden stuff for the family J. C. Cremer and watt
1 a the more staple crops ment were Mrs statement I have found that it allowed to dry, and they are ret|
1 The most common methods of Extend Tick FightTo table should never be sacrificed for them. (Mrs. O. C. Brandstatter, Hillsbor- pays to have plenty of feed for my to plant

{ top working are bark. aide. and More Territory Who is the independent farmer today, who is the ough county. hogs, and to let my hog harvest The solution should be mixed J i
cleft grafting and ring. plate ant ) Awards for the beat living room their own feed. In fact, hogs have wooden ox earthenware con
chip budding. Of these the clef Large. Number of Cattle Will Be farmer that has the best credit? There can be but went to Mrs. George Williamson: helped pull the farming operations as metal containers will react \

4' graft Is made during the dormant farmer who has living at home Hlllsborough county and Mrs. Della timesin
Affected one answer-the a out of the hole two or three the sublimate and thus weaken ttl

season. Cleft grafting Is each simply aide with plenty live stock and feed crops to feed them on. Carter. Holmes county.In recent years when prices wouldgo top'
4 Inserting a small scion on When the state live stock sanitary dining room improvement, bad on tobacco or'_some other COWS ON QiAND KM p'u
of a split made where the old board holds Its monthly meeting Provide yourself first with these things and splice Mrs Lamb Worthington Hillflbor- Again, it has been empha-

branch baa been sawed off. The In Jacksonville Saturday to in some truck crops as a side line. ough county, and Mrs. Mabel Sim- crop.sized to me that diversification Jacksonville-, Fla.Dai
scions should have several buds on !
them. The Inner bark of the scions place entire counties tick quarantine and on portions on seven ot You hear so much these days that we must get the onson.winners Palm Beach county. were paya. It Is a good Idea to have In Duval county have Just beglt

t 9 and stock should make contact, two additional counties more than back to the old basis of living as our forefathers liv- Winners in the general bedroom more than one money crop. grazing their winter oats and rjil,

tt and then the graft should be corded two-thirds of the state will be ed. Well, if we will only do that like they did-first class were Mrs. J. A. Pelham and This year 1931 which is Ukely to farmers be an- and are realizing about a 10 perl USo'
and covered with grafting waxBark other one In we cent Increase in milk productlorl
either entirely free from infesta- make living at home and cut out so much of the Mrs. L E. Miller Holmes county. wits for all
N. and side grafts are mad a must exercise our they A. S. Lawton extension dairy spJclalist
lion or will be under quarantine Prizes for the most sanitary
i during the spring, .but grafting Dr. J. V. Knapp state veternarian, unnecessary spending we will soon come out on top. homes went to Mrs. J. W. Beville are worth if we are to come out reports.EustfeGrand eca

k wood la and cut put during In moderate the dormaniseason cold stated in Tallahassee Thursday.The There are dozens of things to eat that, any farmer Alachua county and Mrs. H Con- ahead.produce We needed must food produce and feed cheaply supplies .View Hotel ui| 11.}.

} storage or burled In a well-drained board will probably award should have growing or on hand any day in the year. stance Orange county. take care of our woodlands dergoingr repairs. 8<
bids for dipping solutions also It The outstanding ones In exterior 'lr

'e' soil The side graft is made by was stated. During the past year Probably there is no other section of our great coun- beautification were Mrs. J. E. _,_ ... .. ., ... --000. on.., ..... ..... .. .... ...... t
1 cutting a notch on the branch slitting approximately 35,200 gallons of the try where the soil and climate are more favorable Moines Union county and Mrs. C. ;

the bark and inserting the chemicals were required.Approximately in the B. Duke Holmes county. iiof
than here for producing something everyday
+,I b scion. Bark gratflng Is performed 100,000 cattle Those planning the beat new Strawberry Plants of Quality ofp

I1 :: By removing the branch and Inserting will be placed under quarantine. year. houses were Mrs. Delia Mears, ofti

the scion between the bark with dipping to commence March Let's give a great boost to this J vo. -hoJIle program Holmes county, and Mrs. Fred :M.

end and wood. Trees on which graft 1. Horses and mules will also well Much Link, Dade county. In our St years as plant growers this Is the shortest
have failed to take be budded now, by example as as by precept
may be treated in the new territory For remodeling old homes Mrs. crop of plants we have ever produced Its not over 35 percent 1i
the season. information can be had the Agri-
during growing which includes Citrus Sumter valuable through :Mary S. Murphy. Dade county and normal over the entire country. Quality of plants

cur Budding is probably the most Lake, Orange Seminole Brevard, cultural Extension Service for the asking.L. Mrs. J. E. White. PineUas county the best ever-we are now making shipments Into your ,

common method of topworkingpecao Indian River, the eastern portionof T. DYER'County Agent. were given presents. section. I
trees. The chip bud is -
: generally St. Luice. and a portlen of Okee- In the special bathroom class Missionary 1000 to 6000, ts. O per thousand; 10-
%4 used small trees) in the
on chobee counties. Mrs. A. E. Lee and :Mrs. Frank 000 or over $S.5. See our agents and place) order. Our
Pyy. while the ring orplate
-
early spring. When the state and federal Roach Orange county were winners catalog ls free for the asking.
N method is the most,, used in
; quarantine Is removed July 1 from Agents: Brownlee Bros, A. J. Thomas Bay Newsom
Florida. In the method a ring
ring
the territory now being cleaned Long-time improvement awards and O. W. Roberta, Lawtey, Fla. Bee them and place order -
of bark with a bud is put on the ir
P tree. being budded and in theplate approximately 200,000 more cattle Hints To HousewivesWeekly ] went to Mrs. Nathan Williamson, early to make sure of wants. We will hold yuor order.
may be shipped from the stateThe Palm Beach county and Mrs.
+ e method only a plate of barkDelU'er western part of the state and from Home Demonstra non Specialists, Tallahassee Balkon Holmes county.A '
+ ( is transferred. The
the bud
-J
five southernmost counties are en- special thrift award went to J. A. BAUER
growing buds should be looked ofd -
) Urely tick-free.. Work is now be- TENNESSEE METHOD FOR dot cloves over the ham, and brownIt Mrs. R. M. Fanchor, Palm Beach

Injury d; Ing carried on in St. John Flag BOILING HAMS In the oven. It Is good to the county, and one for influence on The Strawberry Plant Man Jndsonia Ark. Box 21

s lei, Volusla Putnam Alachua I the community to Mr. and Mrs. A.
It be advisable to last crumb. - --
agencies may - -
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I) anchor them to the tree. Marion and a portion of Duval The old Tennessee method of e> C. Crosby. Hillsborough county. -

,These different methods are discussed counties. boiling hams has been handed
t in Approximately three years will be MARION COUNTY CLUB I Ir
in detail in Station ::--
Experiment down from generation to generation -
t Bulletin Top-Working needed to complete the eradication BOY WINS THOMAS E. I
i of the tick, which is the greatest of good cooks. '
Pecan Trees. Write the Florida WILSON STATE AWARD
factor in preventing cattle from The ham should have been cured
Station Gainesville
Experiment
W' being a leading Florida industry properly and after lying in salt -
'
tor a free copy. The fever causes sick scrawny animals the required time It should have Gainesville, Fla--The Thomas /CHEVROLET

while the tick ruins the hides. been smoked with hickory wood E. Wilson 4-H club award for

I I II very gradually lasting from 30 to Florida baa Just been given to Ar-
WBCF FARM PROGRAM I The Scotchman and the Jew 40 days. (No other wood was considered thur McNeely, 16 year old Marion

I "The Voice of Florida" If it Isn't at the expense of the quite so good.) The ham county boy according to R. W.

I Scotchman it's the Jew. This one should be at least one year whenIt Blacklock extension state boys Consider>> these outstanding
r we heard the other day deals is boiled. club agent Arthur baa been term-

Gainesville Fla.-In farm programs squarely unsquarely, which ever Recipe for Boiling Ham ed the state champion livestock

+ next week WRUF, state the case may be, with both: Wash and scrape the ham and meat producing 4-H club member, ,.
radio station here, the Florida Agricultural Two prisoners a Scotchman and soak it In cold water over night and will receive a $50: 19 jewel I Chevrolet values
'
Extension service will a Jew were brought before the Place a bunch of sweet smelling gold watch i given by Mr. Wilson
bring a number of trained and experienced judge hay In the ham boiler. Add enough The> state winners will all compete -

f specialists before the microphone "Drunk and disorderly," testified water to cover the ham. Add the for sectional prizes, and thena
I i? to speak to Florida farm- the policeman. following for 18 national winner will be selected. stas d
seasoning an or
R- . . . 310 !a 3:;
men. Farm programs will begin "Guilty or not guilty" 30 lb. ham: Young McNeely began his club tarp. . . .

at 12:15: eastern standard time "Not guilty your honor" repliedthe ,One cup of dark molasses'1 cup work In 1920, when he earned $30 '
'
each day and some of the subjects Scot and Jew in unison. of brown sugar 1 large or 2 medium with which he bought a registered . . . 4 7f.. . :;4:>>
t' .
y scheduled are listed here. "What made you think that size onions, quartered, 1 cup Poland China gilt Since that time frra.b/i.,.
Sat, Jan. 17-Coming Florida these two men were intoxicated of- mixed spices. he has bought only one hog and at _Aw_. t . 4tP5 Wp h ..' X5759s.

$, Fairs and Exposition H. G. Acer," Place the ham la the boiler, one time during 1930 he owned 35. ,. The .
'i Clayton. Florida Farm News and "Well your honor, that.Scotchman bring the entire mixture to a vigorous -.1 During the six years ha baa madean . . . .'545 . .. .'G35
Hints. U. S. Farm Science Snap- there was standing on the bolt Keep the boiler cov actual profit of $305: aside from

$) shots. street corner throwing away sU- ered. When the bone shakes the : 17 hogs that he now owns. He has =- . . . .'050
r Hon., Jan. 19 Preparing and ver dollars, and that Jew there ham Is done. Never stick the ham also won $281 la cash prizes, and
Handling Livestock for Shipment was pic kin' them up and handln so the old cooks advised, because three free trips to boys' short 6-,_._1,_(.rcr.. All,."..../.....Fli...MIe;.,... _

+ W. J. Sheely. Bill and Abe. Farm 'em back to him." it would let the Juices ouL ABy courses in Gainesville.

F; Reporter at Washington present methods we would advise Commenting upon the recent
l Tues, Jan. 20( -Dusting Young Panama City-R. F. George Improving to cook the ham 20 minutes for award McNeely ,was grateful to II Ip I I ri

Citrus Trees for 'Aphida-J. R. interior of general atore.II each pound.) his county agent parents and others tea I fill

Let the ham cool In the liquid; ; and particularly to 4-H club

lff i skin It, then pat all overthe, ham a work which he says has caused
mixture of equal parts of corn- him to plan to.go through college.
I i Final Step in Assembly of Ford Cars meal and brown sugar weD mixed He ia now in the 10th grade.
Before inventing ;your money In a new automobile
C __m____
tt you will find It worth while first to

BROWNLEE BROS., Starke, Fla. learn what Chevrolet. has to sac,.


141 Each of the nine new models Is a _//tn. G. IF. ROBERTS, Lawtey, Fla.
quality product. throughout. Each 1* designed eo a

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built,finished and equipped to standards that rare

r 6 You want the exact grade of Fer- entirely new la the low-.I_ field. Yet
1ttt w

tilizer that will help IOU get bigger Chevrolet's reduced price are not only the

and better crops lowest In Chevrolet history, but are among

I L ',i. __ The High Cost from your soil. ., the very lowest In tod.,,'. motor. ear market. .

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No I
of Guessing guesswork Come In. See the new Chevrolet Sl.. Drive it.
about it with fr.mt ....../0.-....6_.M f
\ Check the prleea-aDd you will realize whyIt

$ Bradley's. A grade for every crop .. called the crest Amtricmn Value.'

and'soil condition. And ready for

i prompt delivery Ask us for the

facts which prove that Bradley's 'f.

'- Fertilizers .("AA QUALITY") See your dealer below '-'-


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This Is a scene from the moving picture of a tour through the plants
i'i', of the Ford Motor Company. one of the Natures of the Ford rood show. !
Y Ths picture shows the final numbly IIn. on which the Ford Is put Y BRADLEY'SFERTILIZERS \ Torode Chevrolet Co.
together part by part so It moves slowly forward. until st the end of the :::::r Starke Fla.
s1 $ line the completed ear Is driven away under Its own power. Parts are I ,
f served the workmen by conveyors. Each part Is timed to arrive. atrssleely wrrjr 6q
IL ,t ',, the right moment. ALSO OKAUCK3 IN CHEVKOLET S1X-CTUMPKK TKUCK5. $3M to .... |. .. kiM. Mkayr
iu. In this Illustrat'on the chassis of the car In the foreground has been

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I."Vt I. ... ?T .vw' a vAMERfOCQEfNnewvDAY
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V. Whetber the t '
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ut u made It* cook famous or It* {

rent, ok' have made the South fa moule '::jj .' } a el' "" ""1M" FLORIDA ORavWitAr

B* debatable 'question But /

td ier la no question tbat the South 4A hnller with the akin aid aownwar
Iki the old-faabloned girl has follow < .' .. }I Fine on ranea and brine It to a boll,
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then move ever to on. aid ol raneeand
'rfi
theory that the to a man ,.
wt I the way let It simmer' gently allnwlne 30
been for( a woman' la through thetmacb. ,, .;' '" mmutos for each pound I. addlns hot
:atE Southern cooking, l loaned' ? V water na needed .In order to keep It
FaeMWrTdRS \ ) completely lmmrad. When dona, remov '
of the rich oJits I
pon as one heritage. from manse and lot It aool' hath I
people la an Inamutlon which l* 1'lZIETTWIISflMlTON water In which It w. cooked.
\t once the pride and radltlon of the 2) Wh.n ....1 remove front water, use n
C.
knlf to remove tho akin and anr
sharp
. outb. Aa such the Southern cook GIRLS LLA QII/ FROM FAMCJcS surplus fat k.ine careful, to keep from
'JD1"g1r.! iu ateadfaatly resisted all new-fangl- KAII. H/A v en** r ie P/ecwoe-/e/ */*>' tearing the fat. Sprinkle th. fat
led notion about cooking and con- TO PfSGfVl&G THeTSl.tCtOt surface thickly with brown agar. and
rt DUO* preparing dishes In the old SMTS1R7Q411AM than with dried broad crumbs. Use a.
trm B'.10 tA ,oaks |MII| M* aM Inch
per ahloned 'way deep and about two Inches,apart.- : : Pour
The burry-up: style of cooking the the railway company rbe Seaboard over th ham orane blossomed' honey,
tier Bflfteen minute meal and the numerous has won an enviable reputation by place : the oven and bate racularlywith
the honey, hah. slowly from M
3pra | time-saving Innovation intend featuring the finest southern dishes to 4$ mlnutoa until' thornuehly. browaed. .
led to keep the bualnesa of dialog on It* menu The step baa been .

8 apace with the baste of modern living evolutionary. Many One recipes other POINSETTIA SALAD

WI I bare gained few follower In the than those of the South are served Tan a large rip tomato place It oat
j South. In the South cooking eonI but so many travelers on their way a plato with the .......*... downwardiua
. hnlf and eut Into See
times to be an art. It I* atlll uttder- to and from Florida and other South action sharp radlatln' from th. center,

.... ] taken in extraordinarily careful fa.I ern point bave so clearly Indicated loavln* *ach ...110. ..h..* at th.
ablon. In the raising of Its live Mock their desire for the South'* historic stem, pull all apart sllchtlv the est
[ and curing of It* meat the cro"nsof dishes, that the art of Southern cooking the shin. with some ol the tomato
adhavln hath. ........ midway the d.ntfc
I It* fruit and vegetable, or In the at It* be.t.baa. been Introducedand h .. the tomato, pullln* that back' alaatformln
I preparation of the food no amount of developed on the Seaboard diner Ntfhf :: :; Q417uGNTfR6fMODCQM // the potala ttt a flower. Plan
1 tun or effort I* too great to a point where this aervlc I* a lure RNO 't.lN iXZ0A1TJESFA N, Y In) a neat *f lettuc' .loavos, ..prlnkae.v. .
.. tn. *pond ...'.1. and the **ntrof
For year Bouttoern cooking naa to an Increasing number of traveller s .
Sen f Me o0'2ECUQAr7ON the toenat std) yolk ****
[ tempted. Jaded appetite. Hot only A* the chef explained DO troubl. la IN TVs .,,,,", taken. from the. tails and slawa a smell more specific. Perhaps the moat important slocorato. *roun* with .. :.* miwhlppod k
to the eplcur but to the person only too treat when It I* desired to present s.f.slaFm.&Ws.Rtw'Plant <(!>' ...- .aerate' quantity .! _. aeld ..... single a.YOrIDIrru.. ream ewe with Prase
MAlrsr aAwtvM dreeeme.PLOMirtA ,
wdsrately Interested IB food. 0outb the finest Southern menu 80 every CHICKEN GUMBO CRKOLX I for from aasaafra leave la mad the OK A NCR '''sHOarrAKK

era cooking bring visions of an old pan' of the South touched' by the .,' City, are delivered right to the trig the peanut butter Into a light ,,0.. Fowl brown gumbo powder or tie essential WITH WHIPPED CREAM

eolored mammy her head tartnlef-: line contribute lie choicest material: train Oyster, clam, shrimp and roux tn a saute pan. be add the One Lars OnlooSla Pad Tooanteee I to the euooes of gumbo a moot Important Use a rich aha. sot t.r

bound. serving rtaamlng corn pone. the traveller I* actually living tn the other seafoods from the water of the veal stock, allow It to almm r gently I Tw. Puts el Ireb.. ...... s. ......) dish throughout* entire about three hMhs ks dloao-
nap, fried cbloken. fritter ptf. oo >- South during his hour en routeTravelling *.*.. peel Florida worse alreuUrwIaota
okra "all sack ka
I and beaten biscuit thatIre Cbeeapeak Bay. the Gulf and the for an bout and lust before serving .Uei..th.Oneball wt.. Into plaaao South Gumbo powder la sometime.used tk. amt meaner .. .. apple to paald. .. '
foodnea the richest fanning
tag through South Atlantic received .DI'OUte dally: he adds a little hot cream Pet) .! Had PappaawMst In other dlahea a* well. Ire origin . _I.). a sharp knife and ear) sue
light and flaky. but even the old country of th. South, the diner are prepared In many unusual way thoroughly Infusing It Into the soup wad ramovooU U said to date back to the American tke. seumets.5 ware e* that sees..
mammy, famous a* abe we*, u Mine of the Seabord air Un not only her Two large sllee .! aasa Indian. Moat Southern bousewiveeprepare the skin. .dh..... Place these. aatlona ''n
Seafood II the basis for many delicious Th recipe given are published "
he a erock well *nvr* > with pwdeiaunr. <
la her art by the more n southern but One Lae.1Ona
surpassed feature cooking they Bay I
Southern dlabe for the first Urn through the courtesy their own gumbo powder by esa lot them marinade for a*
perienced chef to whom cooking ba arrange for the dally delivery .n- of of the Seaboard Raiway.Recipes 5yr/.1 TabUaponnful I TaynaeOna el Butter gathering aaasatra leave a* tat a. hour or more while "koine ehllled anrofrlrator. r
become an advanced proteoaloo. route of the choicest native foodetuge.Virginia. Chicken Gumbo. Creole. Claque tkea place liberal,
a supply'f '
Salt end) ea..... t. Us to.Claan possible In the eaaon. Just before
Many unlqu dlabe not *o well famed for the hama of bop Crawfish and Cream of Peanut Soup for some of the other specialties the _...* moat on the cjunr*. .4
I anal sat tbs sklcken oUaelha turn red. They ar allowed to ,
up they sake. **vv with similar
few of the southern specialties of the Seaboard chef were pan* squoroa
but a
known but Juat aa toothsome a. aom fed exclusively on a peanut diet the are given ham, chop the nnias and tkyra. dry thoroughly then pounded and ; sue nah square en n nlat* end seem
of the more famous one, are to b* Carolina which according to medical of the chef Cream of peanut a* follow: akin tke tomatoa and chop them II... bottled tNo what completely with whlpoee'
found on Southern menu Take for authorities, raise garden truck havinga soup an original creation of the Be.bard' &- ....In. the ,..I... Put ta... butter lute sifted the fins powder being eronnt, the plac* Bmnt; .. ......,?* '
much BISQUE Of .CRAWFISH soup kattl sad whan .... add tkachicken ready for us*. Recipe call for onlya on each .. the flour sides and
chef has won popularity pourermind
Instance the cream of peanut soup higher Iodine-content than that Use dona cr.wft.h. boll ta e and ham, c.,., It and lot It little of It and direction always It the |ula' ., the wanes the
which 1a one of the many specialties grown elsewhere the mountain of among northern traveller on this IIt-* w<:Ur eonulnln* egad( whol atmmar for about IO minute, than add point out very explicitly that the will II... becom. sweetened with' the I
on the diner of tb. Seaboard Air North Carolina and Tennessee famousfor line. p.pp.rs. piraUy and onions, cookthara the chopped onion thyme and tome must be at ....ear

Line Railway.It their poultry farms, and Georgia In giving the recipe for his Cream of water about drsln 2O thoroughly.minutes' remove l I.t cook from and toaa, *. .lnlb..frequently add th. to okra avoidacorchln eadwh.n when gumbo powder la added a boiling but that point to The fame ol many of the Bouthxdishes

7 la customary in expatiating where golden yellow yams are raised. Peanut Soup the chef Issued a warning than pick tho m..t 'front tb. tails end well browned add the lute .fl boll It with the powder Is to spoil the has travrllad far and wide. Ot FI
upon the culinary art to consult tne all contribute to these Southern that this soup must be made claws Attar ........In* woBt m..... the tomatoaa. Add about 1k,.. quartsof dish. the menu of practically all section*
famous chef of com great hotel.! Ilk table Orange and grapefruit are freshly for each meal and must not holla containing .m.lndot f ol meal bolllnt water, pine nn for a about slow fir* of the country and of many foreign '
and let .Imm.
should Add sally an
'h Iho
tHprruffply pounded.
the famous Oscar of the WaldorfAstoria. obtained directly from the Florida under any circumstances, be carried hard boiled yolk..1; .veral and:i hour Irnirer. S....* pip n* bot withtcamnd .- DIRECTION. FOR PREPARATIONOF countries' a* well Southern dishes
SMlfllFlELD
Octet well merits nl, distinction. grove. through which the train passes over from one meal to another To mfN ton thick. pnata. Add tome melted rice. HAMS arpouJ'with inch regularity that the I
But In this case because crisp celery from Southern Florida one quart of veal I rtdck mad fromveal butter, s Ill*le veal, stock and boll 'foran Herbs are used extensively in the m'i: 'In sold wale: .fwlf :. Nat cooking of the Smith! has. oecom "
hour "tll' fairly dry Then rub remove about ,** of
southern cooking was under consideration -' and. In midwinter luscious big vine- shin bone, he uses. two thlyd of through. a u A '.10 Ills. nuntllyof :.lavorlnn of Southern foods Numerousrecipis the hock bon, wantt and .c..p. the probably the m rli-Mnctl* American :

your correspondent Bought ripened .strawberries, produced near a pound pen nut butter After work .hlta .IMG!*, tba crawfivb mss. I call for sweet bOI'I;,., other are I bam thoroughly. pUc It In n Ini f. style of cooking vte. boost.are .. 1

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kindly with the people. Ing.-Psalm. 30:9.: Psalm 37:3: 4, 5. SERVICES" AT LAKE reil'denf. of RR Kenwny In th.
City of llomoii. Stale of MiiRaarhifN
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"And as the people were in expectation Prayer-We thank thee, heav- January :Z2.: lUlU ...ttai; that the residence of cnrh of

and alj} men mused In enly Father for the Great Heart Always Protected When thou There will be services at Kings- the defendant Arthur W. "'.,b.,..

; their hearts of John, whether he chil- pastiest through the waters I will ley Lake Baptist church by a selected Martin Margaret I...>U ul*Tolxy Frits, lUltle Xahn F.Chrlatlnn Toby

%'' ', ',were the Christ or not." which -comforteth thy. erring be with thee; and through the rivers preacher at 11 o'clock Sunday n. wrl.hlonk Harold A. Wentall. !
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i141\ Mary H. Duran. -
"John answered saying unto dren.Why the child of God feel they shall not overflow thee: Jan. 18. Everybody come.J. Mthel:; M. Abbott, William; O.

them all, I Indeed baptize you with can when thou walkest through the L Sllcox Clerk. Cameron Jeremiah A. Carey Albert
: secure under all circumstances 7- If. ...h..w. Charlotte A. tSminvraon. B.
water; but one mightier than I Ore thou shalt not be burned e> i
read-Deut: 33:27. U: Wllln and C D. Will, I* ..-
cometh be shall baptize you Answer, : neither shall the) flame kindle upon Crestview Main street graveled -. known and that deponent. bellevae r
or January 17 1931 each of said defendant to be
over
with the Holy Ghost and with fire: and asphalted from courthouse
thee.-laalah 43:2.: the age of ft year! that deponent.
I pen the love loyalty and devotion of the people must be In with Whose fan Is In his hand and Truth Makes Free Then said Prayer-Thou, Lord art my refuge to railroad crossing at depot. I believe unknown defendants,

of tile teachings of Jeau the Christ hoaa worda fit into every and crevice will gather the wheat Into his gar- Jesus, If ye continue in my word, and my fortress; my God, in Winter Garden-Two new culverts aand I I. unknown ranldence. claim of by each Ihrotian of whom, or

8PABE the human heart and * whom. 'it w" laid 1 In ,John 7s4a"NEVER MAN ner; but the chaff he will burn then are ye yet my disciples In- Thee will I trust. to be placed In front of approaches under the known defendant or coma
LID TINS MAN: deed; and ye shall know the truth, of th.m. That there la no person I.
with fire unquenchable. What Gamallel'a advice to ) to Southern Fruit Distributors
was
: and the truth chair make free. the state of Florida the ..r."o. at
A writer,says "An empty hypo John here refers to the "Thresh- you the Council T Answer, read-Acts plant east of here. I subpoena Ydnd..hn".t'Dt'.O blnsleither
I -John 8:31: 32. of and that S
: SUNDAY I critical Pharlseelsm had taken the ing floor,". the wheat representingthe Prayer P Lord'four God makeus 5:38: 89. River Junction Standard Oil dlllsrent Inquiry has boon proanouteel
SCHOOL repentent follower of Christ, filling station being erected on lot by deponent to ascertain the naman,
I; LESSON place of spiritual reI' >tionship with and the chaff those refusing to accept -I eager for thy liberating truth. formerly occupied by Tribune are, and resident* of each of aaJnl
I defendants, and that the same. am
What did Jesus about the I'BESBYTEHIAN I
radical aay
God. Nothing irt of a him. Such "floor" consists of building.New herein specified ae particularly a*
of heart nd life would power of faith T 'Answer, read- known to deponent.
change some solid floor. The wheat bun Port Richey Hacienda
FOR JANUARY 18, 1931 prepare a way for V", ) Lord. John'swork dies being placed In two circular Matt. 17:20.: Services Sunday, Jan. 18 aa follows Hotel renovated and improved suit That la, the the Wait land half Involved of South In. .this_

- was not toform but to rows with heads lapping in the January 18, 1931 : prior to opening for season quarter of Northeast quarter and)
Subject: The Minlstery of John revolutionize the re'' 1ous status." Seek Eternal Things We look 10 a. m. Sunday school J.- M. North half of Northwest quarter anal
the center of the double row. On such Southeast quarter of North wen*
Baptist. "Begin not to sa' . we have floors I have seen a boy ride one not at the things which are seen, Truby supt, Mrs. G. H. Lowry, NOTICH I quarter andI'r."tlon.1 Honthwent
Golden Text but at the things which are not quarter, all In Hoctlon 23, Townahop
: "Bring forth there- Abraham to our f *'i 'r. Their horse and lead another round and assistant supt. 7. Houth. Range, 21 Hast; excepttherefrom

fore fruits worthy of repentance.Luke boasted relation to braham could round until tle wheat grains were seen: for the things which are aeen 11 a.: m. Morning worship, sermon Fly the power vested. In them the lot 31; all In Hradforo)

3:8.: not cover their w!' lives tramped out of the straw which are temporal; but the things whichare by the pastor. i Hoard rt.u:;:of Public YL-I:3.F; Instruction: hereby of rails flrad an* county That Florida.the relief sought In paid

Lesson Text: Luke 3717.: "And now also' axe: Is laid was thrown aside Into stacks, leaving not seen are eternal.-T Cor. 6:30: p. m. Christian -Endeavor to : pb 10. 19.11. In suit la foreclosure of mortgage Ho*.
M.'hn..i
Hlarke Hpeclal Tax DistrictNo. by complainant over the paid I 'bind
Time: A. D. 26; place River unto the root of t' trees: every : leader Mr. Barnes. 1 of ,
the wheat and chaff to be separated 4:18.What liradford County to deterjnlno and against the Interest of each of
Jordan. tree therefore whl bringeth not by throwing the mass up did Jesus say about prayer 7:30: p. m. Evening worship song whether or not they: shall recrlve defendants therein.It .

Introduction: John's plainness, forth good fruit Is n down and' into the air, letting the grain fall ? Answer, read-Matt. 21:22.: and sermon. Hnmuson No. 13 of Hpadal Bradford Turn County HchoolDistrict aald defendanta In therefore and ordered each of that then the,

so suggestive of the ,wilderness cast into the fire." Tn Palestineall to the ground and the chaff blow January 19, 1931 Choir practice Wednesday evening to be consolidated with them to and their h.lra. devisees. Erantea..
Resurrection Jesus aald elect three trustees and determine and all other claimants, by throu......
where The after
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he had spent his years, was fruit trees w' taxed and several feet away. The wheat was Immediately prayer the amount of mill** to b* a........d or under each of them b. and ar*
In perfect harmony with the life of when not yielding "t they were saved and the chaff burned be- unto her. I am the resurrection and meeting. against the said consolidated district. hereby required to appear, before
the life he that believeth In me at th. above entitled court, on the
careful ; Prayer meeting Wednesday
self-denial and helpfulnesswhich cast down and bfI.. In Luke' cause It was not good for man or, for the purpose of holding I said day of February A. 1J. U.i1. ,...
he taught. ,. Aa Paul set. 13:6-9: Jesus called Mention to the beast. though he were dead yet shall he 7:30: p. m. election *'. A. Hcott A. J. Thomas bill of complaint now on Ale *ra,

extreme example of being charge i fig tree that bore r fruit, and the : live; And whoever Uveth and be- ,A cordial Invitation to all our C.and, A.B.Futch.K Per are?man appointed, Clerk. manager you the In Bradford the above County entitled Telesrrapli...u..' ,,.':t a

able to'no man In the matter of' giving to It one n '" year within' lieveth in me 'shall' never die.- services extended to alL II. L>. MAY. .. published In Mradfurol
his WEEKLY SEKMONETTE John 11:25.Prayer: A. J. OR1FFIS Chairman County, Florida I I.. hereby de.lgnat.
support while he was preaching which to Improve !"T'e destroying secretary, l.It.e.re ed the
a* newspaper In wblcb. tkl
John the Baptist"set the extreme It., In Roman M. Paul com- Thou who are the 'METHODISTBible order shall be published once a

example of rugged simplicity pares the work of **. holy spirit Source of Life resurrection and the) life, may we OTIf'1II wesk for 4 consecutive week.
Wltnes the Honorable A Z. Ad-
in appearance and mode of in regenerating tr1'rmer to the Luke 4:4.: And Jesua answeredhim live and believe In thee. school 10:00 a. m. kin aa Judge of the above named)

liVing. it i8 nowhere shown that grafting of good bcftra Into the saying. It Is written. That What doe the Bible say about Tlr the power vented In them theHoard .court and the seal of said Court la
Morning sermon 11:00: subject of Cubit Instruction of Bradford the City of Dtark Bradford Count .
John urged upon his followera the wild olive tree. man shall not live by bread alone weights and measures? Answer- "David and Abaolam." County Florida, hereby rail Florida, this 31st day of December

awe type ,of asceticism that he "And the people -''Q J him say but by every word of God. 12:15.: read Deut. 251315. Evening sermon 7:30: subject, an the election depot In to Humpunn. b. held C.'lty Feb. In 10 Bttmp-HI. A. D. mo. O. W. ALDERMAN

himself followed. .* While some ing. What shall r then f He And he said undo them. Take heed -,,- 20, 1931 "Evangelism." son Hperlal Tax Hvhool District No Clerk Circuit Court, Ilradford]
of covetousness: for a What Does God Require-And U, to determliy" whether (8KAl:
condemned Jesus because he often answereth-and sal' ') them. He and beware oorf. County Florida
Officers of .
W. M.
will .
Society rlampson Hneclnl Tax L
>. !M. KNIGHT tt II. V.
attended 't him Impart man's life conslsteth not in the now, 'Israel. "fiat does the Lord trict No. II shall KNIU11T
feasts, called him a wine' that bath two cc > be Installed at the morning hour consolidate with Complainant' Mollcltorn.
drinker and abundance of the things which he thy God reou' of thee but to fear Hrarke Kpnclal Tat Hrhool District i-a-Bi-ioa
and also to him that none;
a glutton they 11:15: just before the sermon. This No. t of firadford County to elort
condemned John for his austere he that hath meat Im do like possesseth. the Lord thy rod to walk In all his should be a interesting and three trustee. and determine. the
life, John 6:35.: And Jesus said unto ways and to Ia. him and to serve very amount of Mlllaaro. to b. .......d :NOTIC'H Of NTOC'KIIOLnKUS
deviL"Our Wise.
saying he had a
helpful service W* extend to all against salt annaolldnted district.
lesson for January 4 waa Lov and kln'ln. ur fellowman them I am the bread of life: he the Lord thy '"'1 with all thy heart a cordial welcome to these services For the purpose; of holding paid. MKUTIMte-.

about 'milts of that cometh to me shall never and with M! "'v soul.-Deuteron election the following are appoint-
a
the birth of John : Notice I.
and growth are inseperr W F. Jones Pastor ml manar.rs. J, I* Wynn M. Varnoa, hereby given that the
the Baptist and the lesson closed regenerate heart was at a hunger: and he that believeth on omy 10:12.: Claude lirotvn and Hogan smith resrular. annual meetingf thestockholders

WU. "And the' child grew, and ford of the Jortf I probably me shall never thirst. Prayer rfl, help us to live Clerk. ,r. D. MAY. Htarko. .......,of will the Hank b* held of Htark:In It..

w xed. strong/in spirit, and Wall In crowds were pas- and from John 524.: Verily verily, I say aa brother trd all men.. HAPTIST! A. J. OHIF-r-ia Chairman banklnir' ro nit at Stark on Friday
What corh when draw secretary, 1uotlXOTICH *. January U, 1)41) e p. 'm., to elect a
the He that heareth we -
deserts feast f ilea You unto you. my h
till the day of his the great board of tllixutora for the ocianlnr,
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hewing into Israel." will recall that taw such I word and believeth on him that water out 'M. wells of salvation Sunday school at 10 a. m. One year and I trmmuct such other

During the last years before to- crowds and by ? fed five sent me. bath everlasting life, and ? Anv read-Isaiah 12:2: hundred present last Sunday and buslnoa* a* may com U. J.befor DAVIS.theta

days lesson John had lived In the thousand (Matt ind four hall not come into condemnation; 3. vet there are more that could at' In Circuit Court. Hradford County, 1.3.3t. Cushier:1::1NOTICLI

dears, Luke 3:3 says, "And he thousand (Matt. but \Is passed from death unto life. JT v 21, 1931 tend. Alfred Florida.TtoVoto In ('''..n".r,.. -

tame into all the country about Then came pub 'ax collec- PrayerBlessed: are they whichdo Have th' "1 of Christ-Let 'Worship at 11 a. m. and 7:30: p. Complainant, i t "' FI" 1. DlaCIIAHCBeby ',

Jordan preaching the baptism of tors) to, whom t 'exact no hunger and thirst after right. this l mind '. you which Wall m. Last Sunday night a large audience -: vs.Arthur #
W. al.JJ..r.n.l. Notice I.days I.
Tolmy at
shall be Ailed. also In Cl"'esus.. Let nothing welcomed and the given' that *'lly'ireof
repentance. for the remission of more than that T appointed eouaneaa for they enjoyed .nt.yORII'1.11Ml. after .. on to-wltr
sins" and the ac! whom he be done t' ,i strife or vain new Methodist minister, Rev Mr. :itHa..smbrr th. 4th da) K I'tiary mil I the t

Then our lesson begins "Then said you., "do violence Tan. neither DAILY BIBLE READINGSJanuary glory; butritoeaa of mired let I Jones.B. Order. .. ..........11.BO.... : undral, of TnvKalat ,Ini t llarrell."ilstratrlx. deceanael.uchera of .....

laid he to accuse any fa' rd be con each eater 'her better than Y. P. U. at 8:30.: A new interest It having b..n made to appear >>y will ..r..ol. and ciojUtlnnorabl A
tbe that i.
multitude came
I sworn affidavit filed In above entitled account toOardlner. ,. .
16. 1931 themselves 'Ipplans' 2:5: 3. la now being manifested In this ac Audae
forth with v .
to 0 tent
be baptiszed of hint your ""u. by attorney for complainant t of Bradford "
For Hia en- Prayerme Father the work as the large attendance last that the defendant Anola Uor- County Flproval
generation of who hath The scripturer condemn Joy Weeping- anger 'I and ask for hi I. an- i
Vipers. don I* over the a.o of II and
year. am discharge a* snkt
dureth but a moment; in his favour beauty of ible spirit. Sunday evening showed.
flee from the wrath those who fill tent positions that the deftndunta. Mark tlordon AdmlnlatraThl b,
b rcomeuBto therefore but requlr Iciala and IM I life; weeping may endure for a What pr Is given to those Mid-week service Wednesday at and Samuel Jabrlel (lordon are earn (th >f .Oeeernber iota
forth
but cometh in the morn- who trust vl? Answer read I 7:30: m. under tho as. of II yearn., and.) thai' t I-AM MARHBUl.
fruits worthy repentance." employees to d ?stly and night Joy p. each of the above named defendants la-G.tt.t-a, AdralnUtralreu


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Ni+P BRADFORD rmrrvTV 'TTCrjeORAPIt. STARKE. FLORIDA
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; Eve never had to bother abouta for the beat and to expect beat, to five congressional districts, district, or which

f Bradford County Telegraph washerwoman. She just took off' "To be Just as enthusiastic about i I which are dubbed A,, B, "C, D, ,and Lakeland would be Or4eb the
; : : I From Other Pens'Gene l her leaf when she was tired of the success of others as you are E, as follows: cities. Prik

I Established 1877 wearing it and gave it to the goat. about your own District, northwest Florida ._ 0-

-Timea-Unloa And ever since "To forget the mistakes of the Bay 12,000; Caluhoun. 7,299; Dixie BRADFORD USES

I Published Weekly on Fridays and Entered as Second Class Matthews now beads the they have preferred a diet of briers past and press on to greater 6,419; Escambia 53,380; Frank-

at the Post Office at Starke, Florida Florida railroad commission. A and tin 'cans.-Starke Telegraph.We achievements of the future lin 6,276; Gadaden 29,798; Gulf, 204 TONS FERT
Matter natural selection and a good one move this discussion be closed. : "To wear a cheerful countenanceat 3,182; Holmes, 12,876; Jackson -

t{ : E.S. Matthews ___ _______-___ --- Owner and PublisherJ. Leesburg Commercial. Macclenny Press We second the' all times* and to give a smile to 31,866; Jefferson, 13,407; Lafayette Bradford county used a t tot.!

t:11 C. Robinson ____.__________________ Managing Editor --0 motion.-Wauchula' Advocate. Aw every living creature you meet 4,411; Leon 23,522; Liberty. 204 tons of 'fertilizer durlnT G
'f e Congratulations to Eugene S. Adam was the goat.-Gainesville "To give so much time to the 4,067; Madison, 15,615; Okaloosa month of December, accordtal,

I. II f: RATE Matthews of Starke-the new News. Improvement,, of yourself that you 9,782; Santa Rosa 14,059: Taylor the report issued by the In L

SUBSCRIPTION chairman of the railroad commission. -- --ri-- have no time to criticize others, 13,140; Walton, 16,649; Washington bureau department of agrlc

'] Yearly, $1.50; Six: Months, 75c-Payable In Advance .-Gainesville Evening News Eugene S.)Matthews of Starke, a "To be too large for worry, too 13,862; Waukulla 5,468. Total compared with 117 tons dUr1lf!

,1 Advertising Rates on Application 05We'11 member of the railroad commission noble to argue, too strong for fear 297,2ft. vember. The state used a total! h''
bet dollars to doughnuts of Florida for' the past six and too happy to permit the pres- District B, northeast, Florida- 45, 668 tons during December

that Congressman Green and State years has been chosen as chairman ence of trouble.Exchange.o Alachua, 33,966; Baker. 6,299; 50,627 tons during November,

4; Levy county ships hogs by the carload. Senator King have their eyes on of the commission succeedingA. -o---- Bradford, 9,339; Clay 6,856; Columbia report shows. Bradford wait

positions of statewide importance. S. Wells who died recently. Mr. Newspaper !Man 14,636; Duval 153,160: : ; ty-one in line of amount of ,
o -Palmetto News. Matthews Is'well qualified for the Flagler. 2,466; Qllchrist, 4,139; sumption of the counties st Id
Y't ia not as common as it should be. By E. Christy Erk, Managing Editor county leading with 7,353
; Common sense r-o-- responsible duties and Is generally Hamilton 9,454; Nassau, 9,373; St ton j
o Tampa was right on the dot. accepted as among Florida's most Waterbury (Conn.) Democrat. Johns, 18,506: ; Suwannee,, 15,757; eleven counties reporting no i_

automobile tags is getting to be a winter sport. Andy and Madame Queen have capable officials. He is the owner Union 7400. Total. 293,350.: Sales of less than one ton artJ
w Stealing been asked to make that city a of the Starke Telegraph and was Cynical! yes, no frl&je on his brain, Included in these reports
$ District C, southeast Flori
o visit on their honeymoon.-Times- formerly speaker of the Florida ReguhfoJka, as ever they came, dn.The thirty-one high countlaij( a
it will be Unmindful of crowds manufactured Brevard 13,438; Broward, 19,739;
is that listed follows
Advance dope on Hoover's dry' report Union. Together? house of representatives. Marl- Collier 2.756; Dade 142,620; Glades as :
--o-- applause County
3 dry. anna,, Florldan., Suspicious, of course, but true ;2,062; Hendry. 3,435: ; Highlands, Alachua _ _____.
Grow foodstuffs for home consumption ----o-- n 8,961 Indian River 6,729 Lee 14,*
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o -- to the, cause, ; ; Bradford ;r ___.,
"No more time." Three little words of greeting to car need of talking and there about will hard be times.less Georgia tourist made his 700- Poking around for'news of the day, 294;; Martin, 5,206; Monroe, 13,370; Brevard _____

a mile trip to Florida ''with a blind Dressing It up In a readable way, Okeechobee, 4,099; Palm Beach, Broward . __-_ -.2
,I owners. Starke the Telegraph.: That's the mule"" 'aa"' 'motive power. "" -At the: Meeting the world as it touches the 51.770} .SL- Lucie. 6,955. Total, Clay .' . ____.. _
meat in News.
f ... -o nut.-Jasper speed of thirty1""miles he had 296330.
a day' clan.Holding Collier . _____.
f ; d; What will Al Smith do with the GOP apology he has demanded ---0--- ample opportunity to enjoy the life's mirror, the news- I District D, southwest Florida Dade _ ___.?__., J
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A the who
real Is father
marytr scenery.-Starke Telegraph. No paper man. t : Charlotte 4007; Citrus, 5.514;, De- DeSoto _ _____?
? wears a pink ribbon in his pajamasto I doubt but probably missed most Soto 7.845; Hardee 10,348; Her- Flagler _ ___-

o foil the baby while mother does of the worthwhile side trips because Cynical! yes, a doubter it's true. nando, 4,916; Hillsborougb 153- Hardee _, ___,

? Pahokee will be the scene of a bean festival the second the grand bridge slam party.at--Oaborn the neighborhood Enter of his antiquated motive- Eyeing the world in its ermine 301; Manatee 22,478; Pasco. 10- Highlands _ ____: .. .

'J1 power. At that he probably didn.t'know and blue, 581; Plnellas, 61,606; Sarasota Hlllsborough _ -1

week in March. prise. the difference. A man who Watching a modern Molvalio rage. 12,417. Total, 293,133. Indian River _, ...__. ''

a ----o------- 'would drive a blind mule that far Perhaps there's a blurb to make District E, central Florida' Lake _ J _______..

,, Berries are breaking into the carlot class in the Plant Ing Some their Florida best to papers bring are in still an do-oil ; wouldn't. Bronson Journal. the front page, Lake,23,136; Levy. 12,411; Marion, !leo ______;.., t

o- Slipping the brakes when the Manatee _ _..__.
21>
I .549; Orange, 49,703; Osceola .1
well.-Starke If it la
section Telegraph. "There's
City to a story that's been goingall road's clear ahead 12,344; Polk. 71,661; Putnam 17,- Marion -

o designed betters; lubricate the over the town that we want to Quoting a "bloke" for just what 669; Seminole, 18,727; Sumter 10- 'Martin _ ..._-.,. I''
wheels of let's boost for '
; t Grow your truck crops but do not neglect the hog and the oil welL) industry-Apopka Chief. repeat for the benefit of the few he said, 635: ; Volusla, 42,725., Total, 288- Okeechobee _ __, C
9 I who may not have heard it. It Using the vitriol when there's 659., Orange.,. _____. t
hominy schedule. I Green o seems. that a telegram was delivered I I chance for a "pan," In Palm Beach _ __.EJ I'h'
Lex wants the slave owners as much as the Times has no "
0-- reimbursed, he tells congress. to recently we can't say just when ,Sweeping and swishing, the plan of its own respecting redlstrictlng Pasco, .' ______
or whom, the birthof
announcing newspaper man. Plnellas _ ___ "IIvi
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Miss Tdrnipseed is home demonstration agent for Carroll We're afraid you're taking on too, a' daughter. ''Down in the cor and only wants to see as
14'" t much Congressman Just us nearly as possible'equal representation Polk _ ________. ,.5 5(t "
get -
county, Mississippi. ner of the 'gram was a "sticker"which Cynical! yes; youcan't, blame ,blmIt" Putnam. _ ________ tW n
compensation for our losses in the 'tread: "When in need of IIboy. in congress it finds, much of #
n late Medfly war.-Gainesville Evening ,.' 1 a : merit in this An exact division St. Johns ;. _-------7,!
-o .''eatl'Westee Jnt bb"'tPiln "You'd plan.
News. Cord ''Her.td ,.u': l1f a... , , , e. the aatnqif you had to of population in respect to St. Lucie _ ________, ,.-
Inverness Chronicle discovers that marriage is not a : sit. ,; Sarasota _______
> -o _' ... the' five districts would each .'C,_,_.r_ 4
Lr 0'- :.:. give"
'"'' : On the marts of the news. where ... L___ '_ _ "-H ___ ___ Seminole _ __. .
word but a long sentence. Exchange remarks that'even a -------- -
The;.selection Hon. E. S Matthews os; mom a populauon ,u* ;//11:11/5.; ;: /;
the tide ebbs and flows.
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Sumter __l.
brave man cannot turn down ,a This plan comes ----- -
pretty nearly'doIDg -
: as of the Floridarailrosxf
t ----pAs pretty clerk when she is trying to .ommlsslon'to chairman succeed the Looking"thar for she copy blows,"and boys. that -probably aa nearly so as Volusia _ ,_______________ t

the modern version the :Pompano News says: Many make a sale.-Bradford ,County l. possible. It --
,, late Commissioner A. S. Wells; has In on the gaga that a P. A.'. will gives district :A.
i are called upon but few pay. Telegraph. Now 'we know why been well received In all sections. swipe; : 297.268;' B, 293.350: ; C.' 296,330;'' D, MRS NIS'HET v.' GOODWIN] ,

Karl Lehmann is so everlastingly' Mr. Matthews baa'' made' a deep Smelling the hop ere, he drags 293,133; E, 288,559. Casual con- -
+, -rp jolly.-Apopka,. Chief., study of 'matters 'coming before on the pipe sideration these figures reveals .The many friends of Mrs. ]N

Sincere prohibitionists hope that, this country will soon ---or -- the commission,; and is in every Hep to the racket of those in the that as nearly perfect. In the mat V. Goodwin 48 years of age, i

be as dry as the Congressional Record. Coal Is 116.50 ,a, ton ,in Idaho way admirably qualified to efficiently van, ter of territorial division it is as Hampton Beach will be d

wheat $9. Farmers are using serve' as chairman of this No wonder they''cuss him-the fortunate.' Each of what we commonly grieved to learn of her death wbl

& F 0r wheat for fuel.-Bradford County Important commission. Palatka newspaper man. know as the "sections" of occurred at her residence Sun

r> Florida citizens are vitally,, interested in what the next Telegraph. We've been wondering Times-Herald. -ioEconomy -i the' state' northwest Florida, afternoon..
where that horrid smell originated 4 o- northeast Florida, southeast Florida Mrs. Goodwin, together with I b
'- session of the legislature will do for them. of the Backfiring Kind
that came in with pie northwest Road Information (Arcadian. Arcadia.) southwest Florida and central husband and son moved to Ha

Iryy' .p wind the other day. -..Apopka The Tarpon'Springs Leader says Speaking of the recent suggestion Florida-being given a representative. ton Beach from Atlanta a year i

There is some consolation for some students over zero Chief. that traffic light" In.Starktl' Is the fathered by the' Tampa Tribune .' It also puts the principal cities : for her health and up until

'' being the lowest possible mark they can receive. o one stop In the 215 miles between and credited to "an able and' of the state into what appears past two weks has been gradual
Congressman R. A. Green is proper'
Jacksonville aid''Tarpon Springs. far-aeeing citizen" that all of the' groupings. improving.
o certainly looking, after Florida's Jlggs had bett\to\! 'lookout Editor boards and bureaus:and commissions It may'' be possible to figure outa Besides her husband Otha
'
,(W, The best news of the year is the sound of whistles calling Interest in Washington. He not Robinson at thV Starke Telegraph, of the state be abolished and better plan than Judge Jerry Goodwin ehe is survived by'
only represents his constituency la is very proud 61 that litht.-Tlme.- the work put on the members of Jasper; Whoever be may be, has son. The body has been prepa
''r It additional workers from the ranks of unemployed. his own district but is working Union. How does Jiggs get around the governor's,,cabinet-a quite ab- proffered; 'To do so will be a Dif for, burial by the DeWitt C. ions

u o for ,the general Interests of Flor the traffic light:at:Brooksvllle surbd idea by the way-the Miami ficult undertaking however. It is Company and was shipped to CuJ
ida.-Crescent City Journal. Palmetto New..l' manifestly better than the non Ga. Monday afternoon wbff
present
Herald has the
Georgia hard times cause people to following very
paper says prevarj- o---. \ abortion under interment '
will take
which
'/ (a) Shbt'yotitbyee and step on much to the point comment one'oClthe place.
.' cate. And prevaricators will ,.talk..about, hard times. Green Cove Springs ,Times says her.b "Many people undoubtedly: think. Florida districts has 588,286popu- -'i' .
'North Carolina's experiment 'of, 'lation, another CARD OF THANKS
( ) Walt until after 8 o'clock. that tax reduction could be 433,169 and the
accomplished -
lI paying taxes ,on the installment '(c) Go around BrooksviUe.--/ other two 205,778 and 240,978 respectively
I
Bradford county loses i its 25 percent of the motor car li- plan Is better than Florida'- way Tarpon SpringLeadet.' by placing all the work of .' We wish to thank each and ffl
the state on the six cabinet officers
,of not paying at all.-Starke Tele- Under cry one for:their aid and sympathy
is another
cense where the tag .purchased .J, county. i'" i ''i 0' and the governor The idea that this 'plan' the lines of) the
graph. But lots more trouble. '' during the illness and death of otr|
o Over' 'In Sknford!! the Herald these men could handle all the present district Would be so changed :
?i i Don't the Installment auto collectors "took a''Chanel-and published a as to '''exclude Collier, Glades, husband. and father ,J. J. Morgan
state's business .is
Strawberry uy'ers of ,Plant City have adopted the 36- etc., give us enough trouble list of prtie*' some ''of the merchants and that $1,000,000 plainly ridiculous Hendry, Highlands Lake. Lee, "May the Lord's greatest. bleaslnp! |
a
""I pint oblong container? l} as the standard,package for berries.o without adding an installment tax Intended"to award by lot. could be saved, by an elimination year Polk and Sumter counties-Collier be yours." ,

,o ,M collector.. -Bronson Journal. ,The Sanford postmaster, not being of lesser state administrativegroups Glades Hendry Highlands and Lee Mrs. J. ,T. Morgan,

-o---r sure of Ids ground( sent a copy of is going into the southeastern, or Miami Mrs. Myrtle Gagliaril|
questionable.
c Palatka Times-Herald; one, of Florida's favorite weekly A dea'er can drive an automobile the 'paper to"the solicitor generalof "It Is a fact now that the cabinet districts and Lake Polk and Clarence Morgan.

t papers, has entered ,its sixty-second year and is carrying its three hundred miles from the fac- the department and the answer officers' are so involved in state Sumter into the central Florida Lonnle Morgan.

old with credit. tory and it is still considered a new came back that"the issue was "un- boards of which 'they constitute
age car, but It is a second-hand car ,mailable'1/ *' ''Newspapers
frequently '
for. from
membership everything
O' as the ; ,
soon as purchaser drives it abutted"f6VLfefustng' to prfAt I
blue sky laws to Everglades drainage
-
s Florida will build more highways this year, to the tune of from the showroom to his home.--. news' and advertisements' 'about that they ,have insufficient
Starke Telegraph. Sure, But Just lotteries but th'e penalty is a stiff' time to devote to A YEAR
approximately eleven million dollars. Part of this amount look who ia doing the driving. tine 'or' a'' sojourn in the federal ties. In addition,their how regular would du- OF
', they
from Uncle Sam. Bronson 'Journal
comes nriaotl (In Atlanta.-Leesburar Com care for the state
game depart
o -- -- mercial.. ment. shell fish
department motor
We are glad to know that "Gene"Matthews I
i O CHALLENGEI
,. Farmers get as good breaks vehicle department railroad commission -
many as anyone else. City owner of the Starke The friends of Eugene S. Matthews
state road
guys unable to buy a new car tag cannot hitch up the old mule Telegraph has been made chairman member of the state railroad board of control welfare department board,,

,w for temporary transportation relief. of the Florida railroad com commission, are'Interested in]l and so onT
mission. lie has been a memberof his election to .
o succeed the late A "The heads of each of these lesser -
'f the body:! for over six years and S. Wells as chairman of that body,, activities Is

) Florida editors are complaining over the' small numberof his appointment as chairman to "Gene" Matthews, as he is knownto filMe to the governor.directly Would respon-the

"; socks received by them during Christmas. The natural succeed the late A. S. Wells should Vie printing craft, started his gentlemen have the governor go
meet
; question to ask is what would they do with them? Jasper with News.Congrellllmll.n unanimous. approval.- newspaper career in Marion county out and sell all the license tags
nearly half a century ago, operating spect all the gasoline stations,
. ...
O
o --
t a newspaper at Dunnellon ject all the hog serum arrest in-I
Ripley says they padlocked a tree in California becauseit Lex Green must be and later working in Ocala printing the game law violators
planning to move down into the ,
offices. He owns the Brad i-
concealed a still. Prohibition officers should 'string barbed first district the our fisheries handle all r
be is
way sendingout ford County Telegraph a first class
state part of railroad
and bus
ad-
x' wire around the ponds and,padlock the gate. publicity stuff to papers In this' weekly published at Starke and I ministration? That in effect is

0 section. Or maybe,he figures on though a member of the railroad what the writer of the above believes

Strawberry festival plans are under way in several that congressman-at-large Commercial. Job.Leesburg .- commission foP a decad, baa neverquit could) be done.

strawberry producing sections south of Bradford. This is an bigger. Have you Or noticed something Mr. Matthews his ar.tc has love-printer'made an excel-ink. be"All abolished of the certainly.various boards,That would could

important crop in this county and we should fall in line. that he pays postage on such mat'ter lent commissioner by experience mean closing up the ,universities.
his
using franking privilege and temperament Is well suited stopping, all road
o building
stopping
only for real
official business T- to succeed
to the
Exchange girl tell with kiss chairmanship all game protection care of I
says a can one whether a Gainesville Evening News. vacated in the death of :Mr. Wells.In children livestock corporate
ac
man has been drinking but if she wants to gather more evidence -0Contractors naming Mr,' Matthews as their tivity. This state would simply die

that's her business. Be that as it may, after marriage department for the state road presiding officer other members of on IU feet.if the program as above

,she'll only get close for are making rapid the commission have made an excellent set forth were to be tried for
enough one sniff. progress on the extension of road choice.-Ocala Star. '' one. I
o No. 13 west of Bronson and toward --0-- year. o MEN OFABILITY

That 156-year-old Turk is peeved because he is not attracting tion of Cedar the Key but the comple- Promise. Yourself RedUtrlctlng

sufficient attention to make his venture a financial leave another project project under of way several will If you would be,happy and get (Tampa Dally Times.) ,

it yt success! He, perhaps, is riot aware that he is in a country miles yet to be paved before the an the unselfish most outpf attitude life you and must seek take to sidered Among by other the coming things legislature to be con-Is ,-

Ii where there are many others just as dead. road Is completed between Gainesville make others round you happy the one of redistricting the state
It Is "
and the always when times
picturesque
coast are drU that
o .. Only through reflecting sunshine 'to as to provide for the addition
:lty. Levy county wants it all will It\ gain entrance into great undaunted spirits arise with ,
Inverness man suggests a tax of four cents on each gal- finished. We do too-: -Gainesville heart. The following quotation your'Is I which representative the census In shows congress to l knightly eourafp to do sterling deeds.. ', "

- lon of kerosene for school purposes which leads the Chronicleto Evening News., _- 1U10nymoW5j, but |tt offers such good tilled unless there is to Florida b* a: representatlveatlarge en-- I,: each cotnma-ly* business men' ofc1u11"f'
And.f
- - nrr325 >t ere> such lender J
remark that castor oil will then be the only oil not taxed R. A. Green adyfce"wk hasten, jo'pass it along: and ,ta them \
member of congress, wi'proaer our full
'state- .
"I'romise"ynlrself"fo '' sup
Leave the amount of tax on castor oil to a committee chit iccond district o( Florida, has recently : -'-'that the''voters' of the'entl..e port In -Wlnjr prosperity "
.be so itro'n; nolhfts *
which ia from
Intrbduced no point of view de-{I
, dren. a bill to provide San disturb' peace 'of 'mind. .
your ill-able. This should be
(or the construction of fin easy!!
o post office "To talkf"lth:happiness, matter.'. ,
t buildings to relieve pros- It likely will not be. As
PV Will Rogers* plan to relieve unemployment will never be mil economic depression.unemployment The perity"'l'o to make everyone* you meet. 't usual thing such processes be- BANK'OF
bill all your friends feelhat come swamped in politics, STARKE
adopted, but his suggestion would come nearer solving the provides that all contracts for $ thereis fine thereby
.:.he something .and requently, resulting In
badly.
work an
shall be let ta contractor ., .
problem than!any;ather.. lIe propcjSes !stop releasing!prisoners 3 "the congressional ,wonderful In them."To Article carried 1a the current FJordd ) "
district
to return everyone to jail that has made time and thus which, the buildings are erected in every look\: .Y the sunny side of \ >'Grower a. re
that haven't made'time but deserve to be in jail. tad all work be''done by local com thing*, true and.make- your'opUmism JTo .. .- which suggested, by Judge Jerry "Jasper E. SrXi4ljew3: : ., Prea. I '_R. i: Davri. Cubfer .
Norkmen.-Pe"7: News ; in worth-avntdertngg. tin.let . _" _,
think obly the best,' to work ,
it Florida would be divided In- 'S i' tfe."



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