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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 23, 1931
Frequency: weekly
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Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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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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Plant 'City Fla., Jan. 16.-With FUNDS OPINION ...--- FORMER YEARS by the state road department Louisiana Is '
I For CompletionState different kind of fish ?
one car of strawberles being sold one perfectly good,
General Davis Hands story was told by a party of
Attorney '
"I Wednesday night of last week, the State Treasury Swells With lie slightly used highway.It .

. Lee L R. Miller Auction Company officially Down Decision DIvIdingitesponslbiuty local nshermea this week following seems that several ago
I.S years
clpts After 15 Days Collection
I.s Road 28 their return from a In Fine Condition
,, opened Its auction season fishing trip to the\Wacasaasee Activity when the preferential roads were ;
here. Last season* which was Its being designated Road No. 14 was

S I first in the Florida berry deal, river In Levy county Sun extended through Palatka to Hastings -
year Florida banks share with
cityor day night. Messrs. 11. A. Bishop The state treasury was 12,198-,
S lard Will Open Bids Feb. 9th for the: auction company maintained county officials the responsibility Sam Anderson and Fred 000 richer Wednesday as the result to Intersect with state road) Ideal Wrather Conditions Have

-Grading to Bun- offices and auction rooms In Lake- of sinking funds for municipal No.4, at that time running thru Prevailed to Date '
1 Surfacing Jones brought back a pelican of funds turned over by Acting, -Acreage s
is about 18 miles from Road No. 4 was later
land which Hastings.
nell Included.at bonds
in the
] deposited banking with a wing spread of Motor Vehicle Commissioner W S. About Normal.
Plant City, but for the convenience relocated to pass to the east of
Institutions.
I over five feet, the result of McLIn from proceeds of automobile -

immediate construction will of all interested It was decided this This Is the opinion expressed by the bird striking at the min- license tags. Hastings. Hammond, La., Jan. 16.Louis*

prt on that portion of state road season to hold the auction In Plant Attorney General Fred H. DavisIn now on the'end of Mr. Bis! McLin said approximately 90 County commissioners of St. lana strawberry prospects Insofaras

[ between Florahonie to Palatka City.Mr explaining the liability to a hop's line. The hooks caughtin percent of the state's motorists already Johns county built a grade for the condition of the crop la conN
Miller Is'now putting an road No. 14 from Hastings to the
up
I Been in the state road depart- South Florida banker. the lower part c..f.the peli- have purchased tags and asa cerned, have probably never been
extra fancy pack of berries, but in new route of road No. 4 and It was
at calling for bids on this pro- Although they may be acting on can's Jaw and in reeling his result "this Is more than 2000. : better in the history of the deal.
limited amounts under his well Included on the state map. Later
3 It This section approximately the order of the city or county of- line In the bird's bead was 000 dollars more than ever givento This was the consensus!! of opinionsof
Best" brand. Inadvertent omission, it
"Florida's through an
191 miles In length. Is the only known Rclala who made the deposit, held under water and was the treasury by January 15 I Ir growers and shippers In various ,r
These are selected berries and each was eliminated from the state map, ;
fcrtlon of the road between Lake banks receiving deposits of sinkIng drowned by. the time It previous years." sections of the territory late last '
Is In a strawberryleaf not appearing on recent editions.
wrapped
tty and Palatka ,now incompleted berry funds for bonds In this state reached the boat. Mr. Bis- The acting commissioner said week I

the board will open bids on / making a very attractive run a grave risk of being sued and hop plans to have the bird the department still has $400OOC The St. Johns county delegations Weather conditions have really +
Both pints and quartsare last week petitioned the depart
february 9th for laying an eight- package. compelled to make good any mon- mounted to prove to present on hand, giving a total for the year ment to Improve this road and surprise been Ideal and have permitted j,
packed.
L ch base of Florida lime rock. being last week ey they might Improperly payout day youngsters that the only $200,000 less than "the full was expressed all around growers to set plants out at the
The auction
to the advertisement company for unlawful will hold amount collected to 1 In time. It Is said that
I According of such funds pur mouth of a pelican up April the : right over 9O
of
made the first shipment of stra.wberries when Chairman Bentley
br bids, the state road: department New Orleans poses. as much as his belllcan. past years. road said It was the per cent of the plants were out In ,
boat to department
11 furnish convict labor and partf by I Not only the bond holders but The total revenue derived by the the fields before Christmas, whichIs
has been made. This first time he was aware that the
ever
the equipment the successful that : the tax-paying public have a vital state last year from the sale of license turned unusuaL Last year wet weather
test with the Idea road existed and bad been
Idder to furnish remaining labor was a shipment Interest In the law on the conservation tags and other licenses In Interferred with,with this work ;

Seeded and materials for conStructing of making regular shipments all and disbursement of sinkIng MRS. IDA LEE BIGGS PASSESTO all counties aggregated' $4,813- over to the state to a great extent and some of the>

the rock base. This sec- during the season If this one works funds which have been pro TilE ,GREAT BEYONll 293.41 Mr :McLIn stated. lute planted stock did not' do so

r.. lion of road lies entirely within. out satisfactorily.. Shipment .was vided for and raised to provide for The report shows that in the distribution STATE RECEIVING well, principally due to cold weather '
madeon'the S.; S. C mil.rleavlng "The clock of time Is wound but
'Utnam county. ( the retirement of municipal bond of tag receipts a total ol following

1 Bids'are also being called for the Tampa at 2 o'clock'Tuesday afternoon Issues Mr. Davis believes. Until once $228,797.99, representing six percent DIVIDENDS FROM Another unusual incident about

projection j thin d-grad-- and arrlvlng'at-New Orleans the bonds are paid, the continu- And no man has the powerTo of the total revenue wt1: RESERVES the deal this year Is the fact that '

ing from San Ma eo to Bunnell Thursday, morning- at_ 7 o'clock. ance of tax: levies are necessary. tell Just when the hands will placed In the motor vehicle expense FOREST I IFlorlda'e growers state not a single bloom

his work comes' under. Federal u If sinking funds are diverted and stop- J fund to defray the expenses of the funds 1 nan been lost as yet. Mont years

Id and eupervielonandit is exfciected used for otber''p rp sell than-.AUofl r .Ablateor.early hour" office. Later $100,000 was transferred portion the of telng npfills of warm weather brought ll
government
PUBLICOF distributed
that surfacing of this last' 'WARNS provided by law the taxpayersmust 4' to the general fund. Th by out a premature bloom which were

E3 miles"of, road' 28 into BunnellvUl DANGERS OF make up the money neces- The bands of \lift's clock stopped total does not Include the 90 cent from receipts derived from national consequently lost In following cold '
totals $19,074,
rapidly as pos- funds at an early hour for Ida Lee Biggs, forest reserves spells. Several such occurrences
be finished as sary to replace the diverted fee charged by county tag agents released '
aid being extended RUiNG RIDES the beautiful young wife of Dr. BI according to figures just would naturally cut down the vitality -
ible, Federal he says. for issuing tags.
Friends all over the state through the U. 8. Department ol of the plants and probably
of this project as Biggs
to _
to the surfacing Any attempt of officials Money collected by the depart- the Florida state
of grading Railroad Commission Points Ou"Companion" :'were Inexpressibly shocked when Agriculture says affect< well as on the expense draw an order to divert the sinking rd In addition to funds being put up Cars "Gyp" funds to some other purpose ; it was known of her death Friday, Motor vehicle department expense chamber of commerce: proper time this year sad It has

Passengers 16th day of 1931, in "Florida will receive $11,481.49, been cool or by the state and Federal government .. Is beyond the authority of the officials the Jjanuiry, fund, $$288,797.
_____ ". ; as Its share of the 29 per cent return rand
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Flagler county is'sharing In V charged with the administration a Jacksonville h pital. Her bOdy State road department maintenance realized from Plants were net out early enough '

the constructibn'expense. The state railroad commlssioi of the sinking-funds and was brought Saturday to the fan!- $225,100.04. upon receipts within the state. the weather following has enabled -
national forests
Bids, to be openedon: February; has Issued an Informal statement banks are supposed to know It. fly residence on N. Walnut street, To counties, 114708002. Federal plantsto take on a hardy root

,., 9th, call for clearing, grubbing, warning travelers of the dangersof If banks honor such illegal order where she lay in the casket, sue To state road department $3,'- This return to represents the state In a lieu ( growth Indicative of large crowns;

" ana drainage structures on two accepting passage in private for the diversion of sinking funds, rounded by a wealth of choice 151,400.16. payment; pi a''sure sign of a good 1 yield and

motor "without charge for the flowers, and as her friends looked .. taxes, says the state chamber"ol t
projects, as follows: cars they can expect to be charged 4 - -- quality berries. If weather continues
No. 72-A, cost of the 'gasoline." on her beautiful, placid face the commerce. "Under Federal statute
Federal aid project with the same liability they are !! favorable growers expect a

road 28, Putnam and Flagler counties A practive has sprung up especially charged with when they paya thought came that FORBIDS JUDGE these funds are turned natlonafforeat over to tho quality unequaled in recent years.

from San Mateo to Station along the Florida east forged check or fictitious checkon "Death lies on her, like an un HEARING CASE? counties In located which to be used for While""plants ,are_ lnj a_. Gealtt.y! .... t i
11.16 miles In coast-of advertising"for "com accounts with them. timely'frost lands are
611, approximately t. -.. li.I.dy condition_ it Is hoped the 0001.1weathel' ''
I length. panions" to l maak *1i motor trip "While banks are not under the Upon the sweetest flower ot all schools and roads. .( will.ti,.continue for some

Federal Aid project No. 72-C, "free or for th "'cost of the gasoline same .rules wIth' respect to these I the eld." Bradford County Blink Decision In "Florida will also receive $4992.50 ,- time In order to atop shy premature

road 28, Flagler county from Pro ," the commission said. In many matters as the trustee of sink The funeral was held Sunday afternoon Favor of Liquidator. Of Defunct ) from Uncle Bam as Its pot development of the fruit. y

Instances the operatpc..,the car at Institution tion of the additional 10 per, cent
.. ject No. T2-A to Bunnell Approxi C ing funds themselves are, yet at .Jttetfaodist church,, Growers are now busy hauling
from national
11.79 miles In length. baa taken his "companion" time banks should returned to states
mately the same the and was attended< by hundreds ol pine straw for mulching purposes.. it
within 50 or 60 miles of their de- realize that they are charged witha The supreme court last Thurs- forest receipts for the purpose of ;
.
people the church being crowdedto Practically no one has started to
tinatlon and then demanded money certain degree of responsibilityIn day Issued an order restraining buAdlng\ and maintaining roads
and mulch as yet but large plies of ,
PROTESTS AGAINSTOLD before finishing the trip, the officials connection with the disburse- standing capacity on the streets.many The persona Impressive Judge A. Z. Adkins of the twenty and trails within the boundaries of straw are seen everywhere and 4l

The amount demanded sixth circuit from bearing the reservations.
declared. ment of these funds, the attor- Judicial '
conducted soon will begin This
LAW' service was by; growers
GEORGIA often exceeds the regular stated.: the case of the Bradford County; "This state now has 8S8.180(
ney general mulching the berries off the r
Rev. w: F Jones of the Methodist keeps
bus or rail fare for the trip they Hank versus the Atlantic National acres of national forest located In
Wsycross Enforcing Ordinance : church, assisted by Dr. G. H. Bank executor of the estate ol Marlon, Walton, Okaloosa, Santa ground and consequently gives

Aglnat Florida Fruit said.Some ."evaders of the motor vehicle TWO SMALL FIRES LAST Lowry of the Presbyterian church,, N. T Bitch, deceased Rosa, Columbia and Baker counties free them from good dirt.color and leaves them,
Rev. G. P. Raymond of the Baptist
PeddlersThe The Ocala National Forest In
'for hire' laws" have agreedto WEEK The restraining order was Issued
church and Dr. J. J. Bullen. It is. rather hard make estimate
: to
Marion contains 108,731 an
Miami Wilson
E. county
transport tourists from on application of Joseph ,,
state of Florida through and other South Florida points to Two blazes the latter part of the The music was under the direction liquidator of the defunct Bradford acres; the Choctawhatchee Forest,, of the acreage.Due to lack

Attorney General Fred H. Davis cities outside the state and have past week called out the fire department of Mrs. A..Adklns, and as County Bank, who protested that which occupies parts of Okaloosa, of money last fail shippers say1,

has protested to the mayor of "dumped" their passengers in the first, last Thursday the funeral i cortege moved slowly Judge ,Adkins was a creditor in Santa Rosa and Walton counties, the acreage cannot be Judged by

Waycross!!, Ca., against the enforcement Jacksonville, it was said. night at 7 o'clock, being caused by up the aisle, .a-fftmeral dirge by the closed bank. The suit In question covers 184,449 acres; and the Os- advances or fertilizer sales. ; However

ordinance at the Handel was played by Mrs. F. H. banks ceola National Forest In Columbia It Is generally conceded that
of a city In all Instances, these driversare an automobile catching fire Is one In which the lying

which is!! claimed to be discriminatory violating the law and can offer' rear Andrews old store on Tenth Long. A quartette composed of seeks to recover money claimed to and Baker counties con the acreage, while a little less tbaJi'laet

farmers and from Mrs., J. L. Briggs of Jacksonville, estate. tains 19,000 with the probability year will be pretty well up
against :Florida their passengers no protection incase street. Gas was being drawn be due It from the Bitch acres
Miss Ethel Griffin,' Mr., L: G. Powell to normal and will come close to
citrus trouble match held that It will be enlarged.
growers. of accident or motor the car tank when a ----S -
The attorney general protested which delay the trip the com- too close the fluid Ignited it. burning and Mr. Da Moore, song "No The Ocala and Choctawatchee for- 24,000. At the northern end of the.

I against the arrest of a, Florida mission may states. out part of the flooring of the Night There As a"'solo, Mrs. Betty Boyd Players To estq are'estimated to have resources section around Amlt and further

[ man, William C. Smith, of DeLand '' Travelers who have 'been "gypped" Car and the upholstery., .Location Briggs 1 eanw.'OotnlJ'lloaret'. ', .. Present; Play Tonight to the extent of 182,000 north a decrease is ssld to exist* i
Ida)Le..BtggBh> davtMerjdf: Mr, Some place it at 20 percent ands
In of selling In to 000 million board feet of timber
Waycross on a charge have complained to the com of the fire was not phoned
his own Florida citrus In the Georgia mission and in many Instances the the plant and by the time the burnIng and Mrs. E. J..Roberts, was born under and 1,288,000 cords of wood. The others less. Independence also ex

city without first'obtaining a violators have been prosecuted, car was located the flames had Oct 3rd. 1899. in fit George Ga.,i The Betty Boyd Players Osceola forest has been In existence eats a decrease, the estimates run-
law and later with .ber-parents moved the auspices of the Jones-Lang- cling from 10 cent to 23
per percent
city license which was Imposed onout the drivers escape detection been extinguished by a garden Just a little more than year
but often .
she ford-White Poet, No. 96. American
Lawtey. June 28th, 1910 under last year's plantings.Slightdecreases .
of its has
and
no'report resources
of state thetraveling
growers.- and continue to prey upon hose. was united In marriage to Dr. E. L. Legion will tonight (Friday) present / are also reportedin
Calling the practice a "violation the officials said. An oil heater In the "Three been made.
: public, Biggs, and for the past ten years "The Devil", a comedy melodrama some of the outlying eectlonf.Ponchatoula .
of the equal protection clause of Friends" barber shop on Call "The area of national forests,
In three acts that will give immediate'
they have resided in Starke. Two and that
continues the state chamber "will
the :United States constitution. street called out the fire fighters
and were bornto the people of Starke something to section which .la the- ,
Mr. Davis requested the Georgia CUTTING SCRAPE at 7:30 Saturday morning. The sons, Leslie Bobby be Increased this year to more largest shtpw
SATURDAY NIGHT this congenial couple. Mrs. Link about for day. to come. ping report an acreage .fully t to. ,
city, to grant,Florida citizens the oil soaked floor caught when the than 190,000,000 acres by the addition I
lit and burned out Biggs was prominent in the social This Is one of the moat spectacular of 297,081 acres of forest line with last year.:. This. Is also.:
mm privileges that Florida grantsthe stove was partly
Butler la. In Starke member of plays of recent years and was true of the Hammond sectlcevwhere s
Georgia citizens. Jim Dyess of Lake the partition separating the shop life of being a land to be purchased by the government
from the the Woman's one of Geo. Arllss'. outstanding successes. the is j
The attorney general took action a local hospital Buffering from the rear and slightly damaged the Methodist church In 27 states according some say acreage a.
of several knife wounds Missionary Society Woman's Club,, : It Is most moral in every little better than last year's. Some 7
effects
at the of Smith, who the ceiling. Some of the fixtures recent action taken by the National
request last and Dan Turner .is being held In damaged before the W. T. Weeks Chapter. U. D. C. respect, depicting the trials of a Forest/ Reservations Commis say the double row plantings will r
was arrested In Waycross were
I the county jail charged with with and the Parent-Teacher. Association. young and faithful wife who sticks sion. show an Increase this year. This,_ ,
week for failure to secure: a city flames were extinguished
license Smith claimed wielding the knife,'following an affray chemicals. to a weak but well-meaning husband "Net receipts from national for while not affecting the acreage
.$77.
be was costing released only after post- at the D. W. Wilkinson home Active: pallbearers were: Messrs. In spits of the evil Influence esta last year Increased in the aggregate will naturally show more plants

wired near Lawtey Saturday night. Reports D. Montieth, L. D. Vlnlng, H C.Vail. of satan. nearly half a million dol- ; per acreage than the single row
tog bond :Mr.
for triaL.several, high pavls court state that the cutting followed GAS CONSUMPTION IN S. L..Peak. J.JT.. CorpenMg,, There Is a modern vamp who exercises lars. As the national, forests are I method. Roughly speaking,. the

decision Smith'citing'under which he claimed 'a drinking party participated CREASESFor N. Sternberg;.Honorary Major TSi.a .' her wiles at the Instigation administered on a permanent yieid acreage for the entire territory Is''

In of young men. Reports Matthews Mr. 0.Lt Beasley of his satanic majesty and causes basis their pretty well In line with that of last
Waycross ordinance was void. He by e. group revenues are expectedto
also of the Georgia :Thursday .noon. were that the month of December) Col.: D."E."KnlghtMeGW-Alder.: much unhappineas. Increase as' the resources are year '

wired the mayor' that the cue Dyeas condition continues. to show Bradford county used a total of man Mr.!W.-J*Bppr! on,Mr. L. H. Plenty of comedy furnished by developed." Considering the Sic condition ofth :

city demanding : Improvement. 66,086 gallons of gasoline as com- Hill of Lawtey Mr.',;&:. Griffin, of two Irish comedy characters which plants and provided there ant p;
gainst 'Smith be dropper'The
stated that --. r-S pared with 60,831 gallons during Lawtey. Judges Zs.Adkins, Dr. ar* In the hands of the most capable LEGION ENTERTAINMENT no setbacks shippers feel that the

be attorney general discrimination AUTO WRECK, SUNDAY November, according to the report W. D. Brinson of Baldwin .Dr. J. people. SATURDAY A SUCCESS Increased yield will make up for

would see that no I Just Issued by the inspection bu U. Summerlln of Gainesville. The part of the devil Is an abstract whatever loss in acreage there la
the Georgia -
be allowed since An automobile crash Sunday reau, department of agriculture.For Ushers at the church were: Mr. L. character merely representing under and that the total carlot movement
legislature similar state I The Betty Boyd Players
repealed a morning Just south of town resulted the state totals for Decemberwere A. Davis and Mr. O. w White. an evil Influence, swaying the will equal or exceed last year'a
law of the state the auspices of the American LegIon -
ot at the insistence : In six negroes In bne car' given at 21213.849 gallons, Accompanied by a long motorcade minds of the actors but In the end, last Saturday presented a most when 2,898 cars moved. Of course

Florida.. being Injured and two cars badly! against 18,629,470. gallons for No- to mourner., the body was right triumphs over evil; the devil -jntertalnlng three-act comedy- shipping time is still some distance

MUGGERS FOUND NOT damaged when a car driven by al vember. taken to Crosby cemetery and temporarily -' acknowledges the power of goodand drama, which was well receivedby off and much can happen before

Jacksonville youth collided with I Dade county led the state with placed In the Brinson they all live happily ever af a good sized audience. The then. Last year freezes near

quiLTY the The mausoleum Rev. W F. Jones reading ter. time reduced the yield
I that driven by. negroes. 3.006.111 gallons, and other counties play entitled "The Love Racket" shipping

G. c. Drtggers. tax collector for I Jacksonville car struck the other using a million or more gallonswere the commitment service. A Featured a number of most excel- materially.

Union county from 1921 to 1929, when the driver attempted to Duval with 2,228,681 gallons, wealth of exquisite flowers from individuals BRADFORO DEATH LIST lent professionals as well as local Another Important Item this

I. the roadside. The Polk 1- and organizations, silent Is that the has been putout +,
embezzlement
who was charged with dodge cows on Hlllsborough 2,097.294, SMALL talent. The play for tonight, "The year crop
the from Orlando and 1,194,798 gallons of love and sympathy, with less money than in any 4..
of county funds during :negroes were : 171,311, Plnellas messengers Devil", is expected to draw a capacity
fetter part of his term as collec- :were brought to Dr. Middleton's office : Palm Beach 1,101,940 gallons. tvero placed: on the casket and::! Bradford county with Its popuiitlon house. previous year. Due to last year's

tor, was found not guilty by a Jury for treatment before returning I banked around the entrance of the of 9,339, had only three ------.. bad deal growers simply didn't

In the special term of circuit court I'home. No arrests were made. BEN ROWE tomb. deaths from tuberculosis in 1930, LEGION TO MEET TUESDAY Save the money and could not get

called in Lake Butler.' ---- MRS. At such times expression of It. Banks In the district were unusually
this week I our from mMirla, none from dip-
WOODMEN OF THE WORLD I fall almost meaningless! careful It U. said that regardless + '
Drtggers indicted by the Un- sympathy All members of Jonee-L'ingford-
wa* I Mr. Ben Rowe 79 died at the heria and one from typhoid, according '
fca following an upon the ears i; of those who are Whlte No. 94 American LegIon of how much they Intended
Issued from Post ,
county grand Jury Ben Rowe of : to the report
of her eon.
138 tome
audit of his books after his term I All Friends Camp No. 2:30 o'clock Thursday I t grief stricken but we cannot refrain he bureau cf vital: statistics, ctite will bold their regular to plant or usually planted or
at
hAd Starke, held their regular meeting Lawtey, : from saying that the hearts what profit they usually made, no>
his successor night, January
expired and wall I an illness of board of health. This record shows!! meeting Tuesday
In office the Indictment specifyingthe Jan. 16, with a good attendance. morning, following Funeral services willie >f r their friends deeply sympathize; ip well with remaining counties of 27th, at 7:30: p. m. All membersare loan was given to auy grower who
The slogan for 1931 will be these two weeks. with the family In this bereave; attend. The Post' did not own his farm or who did t
sum of 202371. held itbis morning at the Mac.l, ie state, the state totals for that requested to '
twenty three words "Watch Us Grow. lent and point them to a heavenly not have sufficient security. Fewpeople
The Jury deliberated only I period being 320 deaths from tuercu1oa1. has received its temporary charter
In Camp No. .138 ,will hold, their clenny; church at 10:30: followed by reunion with their loved on*. expected that such a largeacreage g
-eve minutes before bringing ; '> 301 from malaria 63 and |It will be only a abort now before -
23. burial In the Macclennr: cemetery
their ""verdict'of notT guntyvi'Drlgi: next regular; faceting January .'I'b. deceased leaves to mourn and 65 from the permanent charter Is're-1 would be put out but grow- 1
from
members to be present, Sh-"leaves three sons land cat dlpthsrla, ?fytphoid. . _.. rei
tern represented, by Senator E> W-* urge all Put daughter..' (Continued oa page-0.' ) c y,..,; (Continued on page. 0.)
.1(. Henry Silcox, Chairman *; }to' 'U:
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COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE, FLORIDA FRIDAY, J VUARY
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ed by the president, for boys do "SAVIN MISS MAGNOLIA"By "But Hanry," the youthful voice I was and the "towner" continued J: his unbanda d left hand

Jl Itkc to persisted, "I Iain t it been a hour till "Well, Mr. Horton, I am Dr. Brinn I "What happened son he

bragMadam Bramvilliers. ( "Buunie" Bid 51. Leonard, and I have a little bill against you softly, and the little waif uyh

1 B. H. S. JOURNAL Starke, Fla.) yet. for services rendered one of your a moan, opened his eye, and sun
i Gaily painted trucks on a Carolina Further conversation was Inter- people." "One of my people, which bravely to 'Smile. Wit) trteo

WHAT \VOVU> HAPPEN IF highway, a colored driver rupted by the imperative shriek of, one?" Jack sensed something In pain sweeping over am opaque Intern II

:s. "The Staff"s. --- softly crooning in the speedcreated a horn and the scream of brakes the manner of the physician, who Ing him, he made his la? :p'
j We had heat on the cold days? On the truck carryingthe proceeded to explain that two u& fort "Ah done hravt ,
breeze.
, Editor-in-Chief ________________ Milton Brownlee The T. T. IV B class did not have rolls or canvas which comprised as young Jack Horton, owner, : the white working men had Jack? Ah--done-save-savt her Ruh
drew
J : Assistant Editor ___________________ Hazel Adkins to tench this week and next? the tent theatre of the Ideal alongside manager and the truck leading in man his roadster.up i brought a little colored boy to his but-de' las timewht aet oh twit,
Editor Gary Dramatic something --do knife-
Sports Company
? ? ----- -------------- "Say, Henry, what is/ that on top wu 11111II
f!" Literary Editor ____________________ Muriel Silcox Mary P. lout! her lipstick? moved the canvas, a stow-a-way?" Henry The little boy bad a bad cut han-Ah done miss u -
George ranked first In the senior closer of his hand."I 40"1dta..
I Exchange! Editor! ________________ Annie Mae Pearce ? On inspection one saw shook his head, "No, Sab, Mistah across the palm right Magnolia husbumhe 4< !jtrik.
class
that the movement was caused bya asked him how he got; it and he hard but--Ah--done !II
much t.
Ah dunno
t\\ .,' dec's hair did not friz and curl? Jack sah, o-cose i. : h YOU Idt
little colored boy waking from seemed too frightened to tell me. me Massah Jack, Ah- J
Lovell "What Is the definition : could not blush? bouten politicks or de new tangled I uone
Mr.
JUNIOU-SKMOH DONOR ROLL : Louis H. I raved
smiled with It knife wound
Beatrice knew their a doze In the sun. lie 'liglona) but Ah does know dat'glorybo' was obviously a -Miss-Magnolia."
r' Thelrna and the abandon. of any twelve year Is a 'Mcfodis' an so was I but all' I could get them to say,. As the curly black beau fell
W. Charles "Refuse. bary
7th gradeGrace Andreu, A : history? old just starting out on the great was, that you would pay my fee of for the last time Jack
,
kin back ol'
f Lola Mr. Lovell: "Now give me a sen The caught when all his way in alav'ydays wiWll
p Anderson, Vonda Inman, boys were
two dollars at
adventure. ., or lease data what his I so I let It go that, tear from his eye and
"
ways proceeded
Judd, Vasteen Parrish, Lillian tence. flooding the boiler? i
called and went back to the tent"Jack
be throughthe
Rolling over they the dressing
room for gCI
kin all claims which Is his ,
and Silcox. Mrs. Charles: "She scums to answer Lulu couldn't n beau? great- the
vamp
Sternberg Fanny
fi. i back! of the cab: "Hey, Henry I IAh. paid the doctor and pro- must go on.
+ Maynard, teacher. my letter., We did not have "stunt night? thought yo'all said it was onlya gran-muwers. ceeded on his way to the lot As .
The thus
young manager enlightened
/t 8th grade Merrill Edwards, e- dat taown whar, he neared the he MissMagnolia's Dade
hour to yere grounds saw City-E. M.
J Myra Prink, Lucy Fogg, Joe Grlffis Famous last words. Landlady: AMONG THE SENIORS ran his fingers through; Whalcy pu
usall gwlne. I husbum staggering: to- chased Crescent Theatre
L Blake Jackson Donald McRae, Go I And never darken my bath the mop of wavy blonde hair, here.
,
Thus addressed and somewhat I ward the kitchen tent, and the Cocoa-Mr. and Mrs p.rl
Helen Mersereau, Martha Powell, tub again." The seniors have won back their which was always, uncovered and
startled Henry turned his black young manager made a mental Thompson opened rain: ,
Alice Silcox, Louise Snyder, Alma twins, but lost their new senior. looked at "Glory-be, who displayed r t
countenance toward the note to.the effect that he must course in this
I rugged city.
II
Thornton. Mrs. Perkins, teacher. NANCY'S DISAPPOINTMENT Just between you and me, I his most winning smile. As he
opening behind him; "Look hyah have a talk with the gentleman of I Winter Park-Virgin!;, I
9th grade---Lois Adkins, Etho- thinks the senior girls are aboutto gazed an answering smile crept -n or
I now, 'Glory-be' you all jest hesh yo color. i ened for business.ApalachicolaBack.
i tin Barron, Martha Brownlee, Bun On the twenty-third day of De- decide what they are going to into his own clear blue eyes, which I ,
ny Canova, Carlle Faulkner, Kitty cember Nancy woko up and knew wear when they decorate the stageon motif, yo done scat me outen mo had,not as yet acquired the glazed Upon his arrival, other things of city hat
ten boss and ah claimed his attention and
naow then
den
powah a converted Into fire station.
Housed, Louise Jackson, Lois Long, that Santa was coming on the graduation night. Won't the hardness many losing seasons.
kaint make die hill in genii < in and said that Mr. Horton Panama
hagh boy came -
CitY-Joe
Sinclair Peek, Marguerite Prevail-, next night She wanted to have a fashion plates be "criticized? From atop, the canvas came the Licata open
Marjorie Stump, Dorothy Swan little talk with Santa. So she Alice had her hair cut. clear treble of "Glorby-be"; Yas- was wanted on long distanceat shoe repairing shop on Harries(

bom, Fenella Synder. Mrs. Hudson planned and told the other chil- "Jay" Miner couldn't wash his Alachua, Turner making four euh Massah Jack, Ah is a Mefodis, the telephone office. "Hey Slim, avenue.

and Mr. Lovell, teachers. dren that that night she was going face the other morning, for the points for Alachua and the balanceby an Ah ain't none o' dat stole-a- he called to his stage manager, Millville-Carl Gray opened Ale,
"Look after the set will ? I've Theatre.
10th grade--Wynken Boulware, I to sit up until Santa came, and water was too cold. Advise him Shaw. way, cuz Ah ain't never stole nut- "you
Mary Brownlee, Lucille Edwards, was going to tell him a lot of I to use warm water.I This is the first basketball victory fiD in all mah laf-much. Yo'all sho got to go back up town, At the Panama City-James Daffii

q w Hope Haynes, Abble Harley, Morns things. The children were older saw that new boy friend of for the Tornadoes in two ''Is a wonderful actah sah,. RI' Ah central office he talked over long proprietor and owner of Daffh

Jackson, Eva Lee, and Mildred than she was, and told her that she Dorr.'s yesterday Girls he surely years. Last year they played seven Jest crad and Grad whon dst yere distance to his agent, giving instructions Drug Store on Harrison avenue op

j Morgan. Mrs. Long and Mrs. Car wouldn't have to tell him anything is a handsome fellow. games and lost all of them by a ole fellah wlv de mustash done as to routeetc., then after ened branch In main lobby of Du,
I for the call he started
teachers. because he see and But all sent to de paying ie-Sherman hotel.
penter, can everything, large margin. they are you jail house. ,
11th grade-Novella King, Jean can tell If children have been goodor JUNIORS showing good form, and this "Glory-be" had used the only: back down the street toward his West Palm Beach-$22,000 am

Laird, Ortho Matheny, Evelyn bad. If, they have been goodhe promises to be an excellent season weapon God had given him for defense -' show. As he approached noticed wall being built at Edward J

Stump, and Etheolin White. Miss will bring them a lot of nice I It was just too bad that the junior for the Tornadoes. against the white man, flat., quite a knot of people milling Shearson place.Jacksonville.Main.
Fernandez teacher. girls were not up to par to of' around in front of,the tent. As he street
toys, but If they have been bad he The first quarter the game tery. road
t' 12th grade-Bill Wainwright, will bring them switches, and a help win that game Friday. But ended with Alachua leading 4-2; Jack looked sharply at the I reached 'the edge of the group he being surfaced by state road de

Muriel Silcox, Alice Fernandez, little piece of candy. Then Nancy you know those things Just will the second quarter the score wasa young bundle of rags, but young"Glorybe" heard an authorative voice say partment. Department placed asphalt

Milton Brownlee, Rachel Silcox, thought of the naughty little happen. But the junior boys made tie 6-6; then in the third quarter : divining his thought I "Naow you all jest stand back an surface from Trout Rivet

; Emory Guy, Wilson Hayes, Louis things that she had done and began up for the girls' mistake, especiallyBen Alachua forged ahead to take the hurried on: "Yo see sab Ah bin give him ar, he ain't going to need bridge to Hecksher Drive.

I Hill, Curtis Roundtree and Ruth to cry., She was very sad and Sternberg, he Is really a true ''lead 8-6 and the game ended in a heppin Miss Magnolia an her hua- nothin else in this world and not ,

41 Williams. Miss Matthews, teacher. unhappyand did not eat very athlete. tie 10-10. An extra Quarter was required -I bun in you'alla dlnin-tent an kitchen. much of that. -0 T.- ....._
--- -- After she The juniors are planning to havea The young manager pushed his
i much supper supper and the Tornadoes won 11- Ah done wash de dishes, an
k '((1; Rain, rain, and it seems as If It put on her little pajamas and play quite soon. And 'the dramatic -'10. i tote de gahbage, run de erndsan way to the center of the crowd Say it with Flowers

j ? will never stop; but it doesn't seem wrapped up In a warm quilt lighted talent in this class is a Lineup: ;--an eve thin: ; an Miss Magnolia, and saw Miss Magnolia's husbum .J u..L ,.. .
N' $ to make any of our students, especially a candle and sat It on the table scream, so you know It Is going to B. H. S. Alachua she say us have Ah says her lots." in hand-cuffs with a sharp-eyed
blue for everywhere her chair and went to be good. Everyone save your I deputy on either side of him. Then
you by sleep cry- Guards Jack pulled out a cigarette: "Got Flowers For All
S' look you ,will see a bright and nickels and dimes to attend this Brownlee, 1 Williams your clothes?" looking down he found himselfgazing

cheerful face. So you see It takes Ing.When Santa came and had filled superproduction.Several Wainwright: Stringfellow "Yassuh; oh yassuh! Massa Jack, upon as heart-rendering a OccasionsGERTRUDE
more than rain to make us down- of the juniors are taking sight as he had ever seen.
every vacant spot of the tree he Center look hyah, and opening the frontof .._.... _
r hearted. saw some wine and cake that hada part in Stunt Night, which will Overstreet Turner, 4 his blouse he proudly displayeda Little "Glory-be" was stretchedout n. "-

note by it that read: "To dear be one week from today, so you Forwards second and third blouse beneath. upon the ground, his head pillowed GODBEY
The Bradford Tornadoes played Scnta." know it is going to be good. on a roll of canvas and his
He ate the cake and Moore, 4 Shaw, 6 As Jack smiled young "Glorybe"pushed
st p a practice game of basketball with drank the wine and enjoyed It very Sternberg, 6 Brown his advantage: "An Massa breath coming in gasps. There ANDERSON

s"' Lawtey Wednesday afternoon and I much. He saw Nancy and was STUNT NITE Referee, H. C. Wall.WHIRLWINDS. Jack, dot yere ain't de half of It, was crimson foam on his lips. Phone 39 Waldo Fla
'
came out on the long end of a 08- much He knew Jack knelt beside the little ,
? very surprised. Ah got me free pairs of pants, .....
13 score. Although the Lawtey ,what she had planned on doing. On Friday, Jan. 30th, we have LOSE which the little rascal started to would-be wanderer and took up -

boys were completely outclassed, He would not wake her up becausehe our annual Stunt Night at the prove. Jack hastened to stop him; -

they put up a fight and played a knew that she would make him high school auditorium. Each The B. H. S. Whirlwinds met a "All right, all right, but if you

do good clean game. stay for a long talk. She he wrotea teacher Is getting up a special decisive defeat here last Friday at want to stick around just watch the TELEGRAPhWILL

t note and put It by the tree. stunt or skit, so you know there the hands of Alachua. The game your step, and keep on saving Miss

The Bradford girls and perhapsthe When Nancy woke up she saw a will be some strong competition ended with score largely In favorof Magnolia."

boys will journey to Melrose tree full of toys and her stockingfull among the faculty. The senior Alachua 2512. With a nod at Henry to proceed,

vi Friday night to tangle with the of goodies, also a note but girls' glee club presents a Gypsy The Whirlwinds failed to show he leaped into his roadster and was SEMi
vow
strong Melrose outfits. .... no Santa Claus. She read the note Dance under the capable directionof their usual pep anytime of the soon lost to sight.

h which said, "Dear little girl, I am (Mrs. Wall. We guarantee you game, and this means it will be A few days later in the new I,

The members of the American sorry that you went to sleep before plenty 'of comedy, and the very hard practice for the game todayin town young Mr. Jack on his way I GOODMAC
History class were given subjects I latest In singing and dancing. The Melrose. '
came, but I had several to the lot was accosted by a professional
r for their "Term paper" Friday af other houses to vlr.it. I hope you prices for admission are only 29 Lineup for B. H. S. looking gentleman:. "You 60
ternoon. We hope that we shall be I and 60 cents. Come and see a
will enjoy your presents, for I Manning and Adkins, guards; are Mr. Jack Horton, manager of ZIMES
able to publish some of the best surely enjoyed the cake and wine"Nancy 'bigger and better Stunt Nlte. Brinson and Thomas, center; tile tent show, aren't you?"

when they are completed. was glad in a way, but MOVIES Tompkins and Stump, forwards. Jack signified by a nod that he - -- --- -- -
1 tj tjo' I'
did not like it because Santa would

o' BRADFORD-BUMPS not wake her up. But she found The Florida Forest Service gave AND THIS NEWSPAPER!
I
many nice presents and enjoyed
IIt Lois Adktns: "What step would the much. a very interesting picture on the
day
you take If saw a ghost suddenly very I effect of fire on forests and soil.
you c
By Elizabeth Craig, ;)
rise in your path?" 6th grade. ,I It showed why the scarcity of TAMPA"The orn. FOR
was due to forest fires. Everyone -
Kitty H.i "The longest I possibly game
should realize the effects OMW
could ,
TIPS ON ETIQUETTE, ETC. ONLY
of fire on the forests, and do everything Convenient Center" of

i Mrs. Perkins, (in geology class) Dear Madam Bramvllllers to help prevent these
fires. This was entertaining to all ,.. ,
"What are the constituents of Sunday afternoon, when my boy _.-
quartz?" friend drove up to my gate In his present, and especially beneficial

Jack Long; "Pints." new coupe, all of the curtains in I. to school children.. FLORIDA"The YVI .

the neighbors' houses drawn
were 4
Ben Sternberg (to Billy d. after aside and many faces could be TORNADOES. WIN 4 YOU CAN HAVE YOUR
of
Playground America"HOTEL
a dinner party): "What's matter
seen peeping out. I was afraid CHOICE OF 'ANY
Robinson FIVE
(By Eldredge ) OF
ei3 Billy, you look mournful that he would see them, and if he
Bill O.: "That's what's the mat- had, I would have been terribly em- The Tornadoes added a victoryto THE MAGAZINES LISTED j
their record here Friday with
ter, I'm more 'n full." barrassed. How I
seeing. can preventhim Alachua in a fast game that endedin q"''Pt r, k. 4" rt BELOW FOR A FULL YEAR

a tie, and an extra five minute
Mr. Lovell: "Charles, look upscum Jacks. ( TWELVE
in period was required to play off the MONTHS )
your dictionary and
Dear
t a, give Jacks: nou t ++
tie. The extra time noted for
was
I me a sentence using it." Get him Interested in talking of Why pay more for your magazine ,..-r
fouls both teams totalo
Charles: "I found It." himself and he can not be attract- having a t when you can buy them et less than
( five fouls, three of them were
cost
------- through homo
-- -- - 1oDlm your town newspaper -
on the Tornadoes and the balanceon

And the Worst Alachua. Alachua failed to &5 9 A'a assi] America's? You leading can actually:farm end get five fiction! of
Yet
is to Come- Tornadoes score In the extra period and the otentrti magazines at this amazing price If
made one of their free
....--- --........ -. --.' I shots good and the game ended ti N = you erijxr now,if you act quickly you '

11-10 In: favor of the Tornadoes. a sh s will receive !3.!ly! rmxyn!tn j during .

P'F55Et ; t Moore and Sternberg played an + repels eR the next year for just a little more
SuiYD\ than the '
L. price of this
excellent with Brownlee and newspaper.
Wk' game
,
t tt .., Don't hesitate (
M to send order !H
spRYCUtNiHt' Matheny. Moore and Sternberg dividing .I your
% "
=
,1
r t' some of these
the points for the Tornadoes come to you now. Re

A SPECIALTY( and Overstreet making one free newels! will be extended twelve
I shot. months ahead of your expiration
date.Gni.m.n.
Shaw, Strlngfellow and Turner

i played an outstanding game for HILLSBORO

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3. lDst JANVARY 23. 1931
---- .. BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARK,", FLORIDA
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I ter of the state near my winter TRAIN AND
.It slhty! News of Florida In Short state in point of deposit, Mr. Bev- home. On January 1, one hundredmen I BUS SCHEDULES

and (1rI Paragraphs !n&ton said. How Long Will the Depression Last? .I formed a committee to make Change of train schedules Jan.
spy It
10 tI Lake Wales an A-I city with an A- 4th, as follows:

terruPt. CrertrlwOneclay air service By ROGER BABSONThe 1 credit The campaign started Southbound No. 1, 11:03: p. m..
brave III.t from Chlca.;T to Crontvlew and New Year's Day with a great mass.I local.

''ler Y [L LIVE STATE NEWSTOLD Valparaiso, affording Chicago business -I I muting at which all the minister* i Southbound, No. 11, 11.23: a. m.,
twIe: men a swift and convenient I present business depression ,'mn"f'lcntA and the Golden Rule took part. The muting was pre- local.
Oh 11'34 of is not a mere matter of psychology. each preacher would start Hldeil over by the president of the
. mode travel each Friday from I]I I IIX a Southbound, No. 107, 11:00 a. m., tt
map Is their offices to Postal's Gulf Coast I It is a result of definite and concrete | campaign to get all his congregation chamber of commerce, and messages limited

IIn.&n.. club at Valparaiso for a recreational causes The basic cause la I to pay their bills, as they were read from the governor Southbound No. 191, 12:04: a. m.,
ItrOeayou BY OUR EXCHANGES week-end on West Florida's the unwillingness of people to buy I I would have have others pay whatIs and other prominent men. At the limited.No. .

IoIt t gulf coast, with speedy return to more, owing to the debts which owed to them this depression .close of the meeting one hundred 3, 6:35: a. m.

It&aYe!! ,.-.-.-.---.---.-.----------4 a their northern offices on Mondays, they have already contracted. Every !: would soon be over. Too many big certified checks for ten dollars Southbound No. 103, 5:10: a. m.. ,

Plant City--The second annual Stuart-Judge Edward Swann is Is virtually assured at an early one has reached the limit of people want to ride todaYand too each were put Into circulation. limited. .y
fell badwiped Festival will beVI I date, reveals James E. Flew millionaire his ability" to "borrow beg or few are willing to haul. 'We nil These checks can be held only 21 Northbound No. 2, 4:55: a. m., lo- ',
Strawbery number
ijriJa making a of improvements developer of Valparaiso. steal. Twenty years ago people want the other fellow to pay us, hours by one Individual. The checks cal.

.seeded k I here March 3, 4, 5, 6 and 7 at his place on Sewall's. bought mostly for cash; then came but are we willing to make the can be used only by endorsement Northbound Nc. 12, 3:50: p. m.,
he shot, Aa year. Point, known as :Mount Pleasant.I Orlando-Central Florida's vast the installment craze when people necessary sacrifice to pay him ? for the payment of debts. The com- local.

His home is the "castle" on the agricultural empire, its industrial bought merchandise on credit and Yet before prosperity will return mittee member whose check pays Northbound No. 108, 5:29: limited
Camp Walton-Camp Walton's other side of the river. Shrub- ami activities together with a wide stocks on margin. Now. people this sacrifice must be made and the the most bills will receive at the ,

!.here.pur. , about the grounds, and con- many branches of the state and of Installment payments and of be- would have him treat us. 13 a loving cup. limited
Santa Rosa and
from
' P-rl tends crete driveways are under national ing called upon for additional mar- Why the return of 8lurk' & \Vunnoe 1
cOIf government will be unfurled delay prosperity raying Urbta. Without Money Branch
S ,\ II)19( feet Into the Gulf of Mexico struction. gins. People today are not buying
in a graphic and colorful ? It is as easy to have good No. 101 leaves 7:00: a. m. I
be completed.Plant goods or stocks and will Tho bankers of Lake Wales estimate -
\ill soon panorama as the Central Florida not resume times in 1931 as It will be two or No. 102 arrives 2:40: p. m.
n Avon Park-Hen buying until their debts that In six weeks, the circulation -
77-3 of are
or; Engel- Exposition oldest fair of more three years later. The depression s
City-The oblong pint cup mann's at Avon Park somewhat cleaned This means of these checks will pay up
Hatchery than one county scope in Florida, up. will continue until we make the ISluo Bus Schedule
:ity 30-plnt crate will be the which in that the present dt'presslon-as back indebtedness at the rate of
hal nd the was second the eleven recorded -
opens in Orlando February 24 for a necessary sacrifice. Paying our Southbound-0:37: a m., 11:37:
tandard container for strawber- months official period and first five-day period in what promises to by the Babaon chart---will bills by the Golden Rule will bring from $1,000 to $2,000 per day and a. m., 4:07: p. m., 6:37: p. m., 11-:
1 sold on the local f. o. b. yard the entire of continue until the bulk of the at the clone' of the campaign by
opens ,es through period twelve be the greatest exposition in Cen- pres- back Golden Prosperity If every 40 p. m. i iNorthbound4:50
iarrisoe to announcement ent current debts are paid. Justas far the larger part of these back
,ccordlng an months of the National Egg Lay- tral Florida's history. community would have a religious : a.m.. 8:53: ,
(lade here. Ing contest held at Chipley last soon as a person gets his debts revival there would soon be a bustnoas l. debts (mortgages, unmatured bank a. m., 1:53: p. m., 4:23: p. m., 8:23p. :
led Ale year, brought her owner a ten- Arcadia Although DeSoto cleaned up he begins to get Inter- revival. A change of heart In loan and other Indebtedness excepted m. :

Winter Haven-The third an- dollar piece and an official red ribbon county has been classed as a citrus ested in building a house, buyingnew ono citizen makes a change for !) will be paid. The checks Tickets and, Information atSmlth's ;
read "This check is
DaffhDaOh lual, conference on tuberculosis growing and cattle producing furniture exchanging his old better buaineus throughout the en- I acceptable as Service Station, next tocoul.thouse.
and the annual dlrec- car for a new one, or some similar payment for any Indebtedness Incurred -
nd health county during 1030 more than i tire community.. When 01 per cent i,
flue op. ors meeting: of the Florida pub- Blountstown--Five members of $102.000 worth of vegetables were act. of the people of any city make up previous to December 1,I -
of Dit hc health association will beheld the local city council, each man marketed by the farmers. The First Pay Debts their minds to pay their bills and 1930, for merchandise, labor, Insurance Cloning of Mull s'

here January 27.ApalachicolaApalachicola. stubbornly adhering to a strict principal vegetable crops ,in the Thus far there has apparentlybeen I give better service, business condi' rent, fertilizer, taxes Intert'Ht North il k
doctors' anddentlsta'
bills
00 set policy of economy, are off for the I county were Irish potatoes, sweet little desire by the public to I tions In that city: begin rapidly to i garage bills church Train No. 12, 3:30:: p. m.
and j has new year with a determination to potatoes, peppers, cucumbers, egg- pay its debts as evidenced by the improve. pledges, Train No. 4, 6:40: p. m.
regular fire department now and better the city's financial condi- plant, squash, beans, peas and cab- many bank failures. This means Watch FloridaAs I will printing bills, etc (Newspapers Mouth
be interested in the
t road a new fire station. The back ofthe tion. All unnecessary expenses bage. The majority of the farm- that the first practical step toward an illustration of such a.. last!especially Train No. 11, 11:00: a. m.
ad> de- city hall has been converted and leakage of city funds have ers sell the crops through the No- bringing back prosperity is to' movement readers should note i I ) Train No. 1, 640; p. m.
recommend this Ten
ced a* !: into a fire station by putting in a been positively banned by the new catee Vegetable Growers Associa- change the hearts, purposes and I what U going on In Florida. This earnestly Starke & \V iin Dollar Check Plan to cities and
Riverrs [I partition and cutting a door. city fathers. tion or the DeSoto Co-operative Ideals of the people. The moral. was the first state to suffer from i i towns throughout the United Mail closes 7:00: a. m. '

/ Growers Association. fibers of the community must be depression. Three years ago Flor-I States. Mall arrives 2:40: p. m. ,
To be in
Williston -. John Mlxson, Jess Wauchula-Motion pictures of strengthened The conscience of ida went through what other states a success any Y
Harvey and Lawrence Wooten are the airplane load of strawberries Quincy Sheriff Gregory of the masses must be awakened.Men are now experiencing. Values collapsed community however it must be a No Sunday service.

proudly displaying the results ofa shipped from Hardee county re- Gadsden county recently did a little and women must again struggle banks failed, men refused religious to the movement hearts and which consciences will appeal No. 12 last train for registers.

deer hunt which they Indulged cently are being shown over the detective work on his own account to pay their bills doing unto to pay taxes, towns defaulted on of the Train 12 best air mall connection.
In
the
people. fact right.
in. They succeeding In gettingtwo nation and Florida is getting some and was rewarded by cap- others as they would that others their bonds and there was a gen- ] -
.
eous and the of at.
- very fine bucks last Wednes- of the best kind of advertising as turing a raider that had been playing should do unto them. The foundation eral attitude of "I won't try to titude appeal is .to, mind change I Madison Messrs. T. M. and II.
--even more
I day morning. a result. The picture shows pick- havoc with a drove of pigs on of prosperity is SACRI- pay." Money had come so easy I Important than my getting the debts E. Moore of Tallahassee! purchased ;i

ing, packing and boxing of the his plantation east of Quincy. A FICE. Good times will return during the preceding boom that cleaned up. As a result of this Con Ton barber shop
Wewahltchka A. Whitfield of strawberries. trap was set for the marauder and when good morals return. Business people had forgotten the word change of attitude I believe that .-

Wewahitchka is offering $100 reward -I Into the trap he walked-a hand- will improve when he princi- "sacrifice. Struggling had becomea Florida will lead the rest of the

for the recovery of the_bodyof Marianna-Saturday, February some bob cat weighing between ples of those doing business first lost art. As a result Florida lost country In a return to pro pt r.ty.: COFFINS & CASKETSAnd

Y his wife who was drowned De- I 14th. That's Valentine's Day. But 40 and SO pounds. The cat was Improve. Its credit, citizens of the state Business' by the Babnon chart Full Line of '
26In the Apalachicolariver. this will be made of Spending worksis could do business only a cash ,,-
cember I locally day mounted and is now on display In money on public on now registers 27 per cent below
I I: more Importance to Jackson coun- Sheriff Greogory's office. The trap like attempting to cure tubercu- basin, and affairs have been abso- normal compared with 11 per cent Undertakers' Supplies r
because that will be losis with a mustard unless lutely stagnant for three
ty on plaster
!1& day was left after the cat's capture and years. below normal at this time a year
I Live Oak-Long checks, suitable I Farmer's Day for Jackson county, since then it has made captive a a proper proprietor of the moneyIs Today one finds a very different AUTOMOIIILK: HRU19I3Alwarn

-tee for holding many endorsementsand I and a big occasion la being arrang fox and several opossum.Okeechobeetar used to reduce Indebtedness. A attitude In Florida. Cities of the i ago.(Copyright, 1031 Publishers FInancial ea hood The bens ,,y '
- totaling $600 were circulatedhere l ed for Marianna where the event man can get rid of the white stateled by the churches, cham- a.evi.. tit tae. l..w..t rlce..

opening a "pay up monthin I will take place. : ;; as we are I plague only by changing his habitsof bers of commerce Rotary and KIwanis .Bureau) epee/at attention.to tlBrap; .

5 Live Oak," the campaign being able to learn a car of Okeechobee living. I know because I have Clubs-are starting "Golden, ord.r.RlCnlSTICIIICD
sponsored by the Kiwanis club of Ft Myers-A car loaded with : county oranges brought the high- been 01.11I1'e..t to do so. In the same Rule" movements to clean up all "I hear Jones fell down on his MDALMICR

this city. 500 crates of Lee county tomatoes est price paid for a car load of way business can get rid of depres- back Indebtedness and to trust the pharmacy examination." DKWITT C. JONES '
Ar- its habits of do- other fellow. A interesting "Yes he got mixed on the difference -
rolled out of here bound for Florida grown oranges this ship- sion by changing very ITA II K 10. FLORIDA
Okeechobee-W. A. Moore, local kanses today and its contents contributed -: ping season. While many carloadsof Ing business. The need of the example of this is going on (n Lake between a club and a western
manager of the Inter-county Tele- by farmers of the county, oranges from other sections hour is the revival of business mor- Wales. Florida-a city in the cen- sandwich."-Wroe's Writing

phone Co., says plans have been will be distributed to drought have brought hardly enough to ality. If an epidemic of debt pay-

drawn and the contract will be let stricken Arkansas farmers by the pay freight, Capt.. Hampton ship- Ing should develop the epidemicof 4.
noon for the erection of a modern Red Cross. ped a carload last November from bank failures would Immediately tiffl I

telephone exchange building In his fine grove two miles south- decrease. From present Indications
5 Okeechobee. Panama City-The Bay Line west of town and it netted $2,100 this desire to pay debts is on the
railroad has recently purchasedfifty In the northern markets. The ship Increase and this is a very favor-
Monticello-The Atlantic Coast freight cars for the purposeof ment netted something over $5.QO able sign. All the country banks
Line Railroad Company has started hauling pulp wood to the paper per box. need is to have people pay their

rebuilding the brick depot on mill. Thirty of these cars have already debts.
the main line about two miles westof arrived. The St. Andrews Plant City-Plant City is the Religion and Business

town. The depot burned some Bay railroad has also purchasedtwo first municipality in Florida knownto The churches and preachers
1 months ago and since then they locomotives much larger than have adopted an "Installment should be the leaders in such a revival r

have been using an old baggagecar any they have 'had before, these plan" system of tax payments. Un- of honesty. Now Is the time
as the station. being 34,000 tractor power locomotives der a recently passed ordinance, for them to preach the Ten Corn-
1 __ __
- taxpayers may pay their taxes, u
Quincy-Contracts for the grow-: liens and other municipal obliga- to the grower. The crop i is reportedto _

ing of approximately 1,000,000 I Sanford-H. P. Bannon until recently tions by making deposits of funds be abundant and in fine shape
pounds of sun Sumatra tobacco for connected with Federated In any amount at any time thru- despite the recent bad weather.

cigar filler, are now being"let in Fruit & Vegetable Growers, Inc., out the year, for the purpose of -
Gadsden county and surrounidng has opened here as a buyer and accumulation to their credit of sufficient Ft. Lauderdaale One of the _
territory by Leo H. Batt. of Quincy shipper of Florida celery and other money to meet the paymentof largest stills ever found on the
who has begun signing up growers vegetable Mr. Bannon' who resigned their taxes, improvement liensor lower East Coast of the state was ) ii fa

for this year's crop. from the Federated the lat any other debt or debts the city discovered and destroyed by Deputies all/

f ter part of December has handledthe may have against them. W. H. Campbell and Virgil
Pensacola-A handsome new celery deal at this point for Wright and two United States

synagogue will be erected in Pen- that organization for past seven Quincy-Most of the cotton research government operatives about eight

socalo during the year. This was years. work at the Florida Experi ] miles west of Deerfleld. Deputy ,..
decided upon at an enthusiastic ment Station in Gainesville has Campbell said the plant covered

meeting of Pensacola Jewry re- Hastings--The first solid car of been transferred to the substation half an acre of ground and was

cently. Pledges for more than cabbage to be shipped from here at Quincy and has been placed un- completely housed by an immense
$34,000 were made. this season went out the middle of der the Agronomy Department. tarpaper-covered shed. Inside
I were two large upright steam TIM Cha.f.l _...........
last week. The car contained 420 30 acres of the tract land recently
Fort The Edison varieties Is boilers and 45: vats of 1,000 gallon
Myers- bridge hampers. The were purchased near Quincy now
which has been under construction Charleston Wakefield and Copen- under way.- According to W. E. capacity each, filled with mash. Its popularity is based on
at Fort Myers for months and hagen and It was reported that the Stokes, the agronomist, to have The mash, also 129: gallons of shine

, which is one of the most modern quality was very good. About 200 small acreage In Gainesville as a was destroyed by the officers. Ma- i
unusual
value
structures of its kind in the state, acres has been planted to cabbagein check on that area and the cooperative terials for operation of the huge
will be dedicated February 11. this section this season and fertilizer and variety distillery had been transported

which date Is Mr. Edison's birth- within the next few weeks several tests begun last year by the Ag- through swamps surrounding the
plant by means of a caterpillar ThetDtroduetJonoflhene-w baa been made. Yt for all .
day. more cars will be shipped from ronomy Department will be con- It eieellentperformance

this point. tinued In about the same manner. partly tractor.followed Deputy the Campbell tractor said tracks the BE]1 Chevrolet SU li.. eilnLIUh- It* attractive. appearance,
Eustls-This city will celebratethe ed a new standard of .lu.
to nearby. The still layoutwas and Ita thorough the
dependability
a camp new
birthday of George Washington Jacksonville-With about $20- Sanford-Official reports covering la the low-price field. So
on Monday, February 23, and 000.000 citrus crop $14,000.000 the extent of frost damage to newly constructed the dep-I Chevrolet Six cell at new low price which
this will mark the twenty- $8,000,000 straw- December 23 have uty said. evident I* Its quality, and ao attractive ..
year vegetable crop, Florida crops on eatabliah It a* the Great American Value.
ninth annual celebration held here. berry crop, $6,000,000 celery crop ben given by the Bureau of Agricultural Its price, that It I* winning a remarkable
At this time General Charles P. $15,000,000 lumber and crosstie in- 1 Economics for the Sanford
baying throughout the .
Summerall will be tendered the :dustry. $8,000,000 dairy business, lettuce crop .as SO per cent with response country.More
honors this being the city's official $8,000,000 poultry business and the temaining crop too badly frost and mere buyer In the low-price >> ,New low prices K

welcome to him.FrostproofThe about $12.000,000 other heavy ed to ship but the acreage about field are finding It's ...a.. te chooaeSU. a

farm crops with about $7,000,000 harvested Mature stock of es- 1Ieir Roadster, ,17S| Sport Roadster with
big cities of added annually for hogs and fresh carole was badly scorched at the
the country are not the only places meats, Florida is in no danger of a centers but can be picked out and ? rumble seat,$,19J|Coach or Standard Five

where postal receipts have shown business slump.QuancyA harvested. Young escarole was not In none of the features of,the new Cherro Window Coupe, $5431 phaeton S10|

an Increase the past year. Postal I Injured. In Hlllsborough and Polk A'J.r.; a let ha theM been any compromise with Standard Coupe, |33S| Sport Coupe
receipts at the Frostproof post- number of farmers'n counties 75 per cent of the bloomof
office have increased 33.51 per cent Gadsden county are planning to exposed strawberries and some quality. Wherever better materialor Inn- (rumble seat),'S1| Standard Sedan, t633|

of 1929 receipts making the past plant cotton this year, while many small berries was killed resultingIn L proved design could add to the satisfaction Special Sedan 650. Trice f. o. b. Flint,

year the largest year In the history.' ire planning to go Into the hog curtailing expected immediate !t rJr we. ran and economy of ownership improvement Mich. Special equipment. eitra.
of the local office. :raising business on a larger scale, volume. Damage to other sections B/TN1N4f;
't was announced by C. W. Wil- in the state was negligible.'

DeFuniak Springs DeFunlak lame secretary of the county -- wiftttt tfrokt of NEW CHEVROLET SIX
Springs la to soon have a large ihamber of commerce. Mr. WU- Sanford-There is a real feeling totrrssknrawn" lo nun.Ltihtning. .

commercial chicken hatchery lams states that despite the low I of optimism among celery growers njtiirf' artonitl U Tile firrat AmfrlranN 'alae !

something that has been badly prices received for cotton the post i In this section. There is a good .possible million for dotlam\apptoximaitlrl in fin Icon w
needed In this section for years. year, local farmers are finding this i crop of celery and the crop is .1 yf h nrtkc. oywh' ''wtihoulHAROLD wp
James HlULard is installing the Industry attractive. bringing producers the highest ".arnmt,

Plant and will bave it ready for price in years. This Is especially A._ S5 Ls <*e Your Dealer .IJelow
operation soon.CrestviewA. Lake Worth-Times may or may gratifying when it is consideredthat "II .,.Ins .1e MLMIa..d ?-
bwdlM
lot be hard.'but somebody in Lake the crop has been made almost ...._ 00 _I 1
newcomer to Oka- Worth has money-quite a little intact without borrowing money. __fit

looaa county is A. O. Coddlngton as shown by the amount of While growers do not expect present Torode Chevrolet Co. Starke Fla.
reUred school principal of Chicago postal savings on deposit at the prices to continue they believe ,
Ad president of Camp Eagle Rest local postofflce. According to that this year is going to be a 1 C. WALL

a girl's summer camp at Sayner, Postmaster R. T. Bevlngton. tile profitable one for them. Only a
Wla. amount deposit at the small amount of celery has been INSURANCE
Professor Coddington came total on
ALSO DEALERS IN CHEVROLET SUUCYUNDC TRUCK SIM TO ..... I... a. Fuse, MMhyerS. r
here, he said with a view to establishing present time Is $346,000 in round shipped so far and the price is said
a girl's winter camp. figures The Lake Worth depart- to have bees about $2.73: per crate STARKE. FLORIDAl

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l COUNTY TELJCGR PII. STAKES. FLORIDA FRIDAY. JANUARY
c PAGE! FOCB BRADFORD ,.- 23 19J,
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WASHINGTON'S DEATH'TO.WIN':, f AT DELAND FAIR LAWT By -

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COUNTY GAZETTE 'Mary Ann", the famous1 me-
ULSTER
1800 chanical ben built by the United Mr Paul Booker and =::a

States Department of Agriculturefor llatet
.
r -- -- exhibition at the World Poul- Miss: Leuella Tatum of Delapa
BAPTIST W. 31 U. TO MEET were visiting their slater
:
Ancient Paper Recently; Broughtto POULTRY CO-OP |I r try Congress at London. England, Roberts Saturday.Mr. Mrs gap,

and Light Is Brave AttemptAt will be an outstanding; attractionin
f
The program meet- ELECTSDIRECTORSI: \ and Mrs. J. B.
a1P Dye
: Journalism. In Mourning for the Poultry Building of the Vo- and two
be ?
W M. U. will ,
ing of the Baptist sons of Jacksonville
,
f5
spent
Death of Waohlngton. lusla County Fair held Feb. 1721. Sunda,
after-
held at the church Monday at the home of her
(By"L. T. Dyer.) parents
Experts from the department of Mr.
ib at 3 o'clock. The program -
Boon and Mrs. A. M. Blanchard
of Circle No. 2, A copy of the Ulster County, The members of the North Flor agriculture at Washington and
win be In charge I Mra CUchrist of
leader.MOODYHODGES New York Gazette, recently pur- ida. Poultry Cooperative held a Gainesville will chaperon Mary Brunswick 11-
M. as j
with Mr A. Darby
turned to her
{ I II jl chased by J. C. Money from Gentry special meeting at Lake Butler on Ann and demonstrate her work- home Monday after

i Jackson of North Carrollton has Monday this week and elected two spending several days hen. at the

? caused quite a bit of comment in directors for the year. Those selected -KET ings.Mary Ann Is 18x8x8: feet In size, borne of her parents. Mr. ana Mrs.

v Carrollton for the past few days. were Mr. S. M. Dukes of I standing higher than a man. and W. H. Bigg. Mrs. Gilchrtst W&I
{ Mr. and, Mrs. W. M.. Hodges announce '
; the marriage of their ,! I The paper, of ancient vintage, hav- Dukes. Fla.? and Mrs. L. T. Dyerof I la operated by electricity. She called hornet on account jf the

''J to Arthur Moody 'jog been dated January 4, 1800 Lake Butler, who will representthis ;.a actually \lays eggs her insides death of her sister-in-law airs. E.
daughter, Chaste( 'M
tells in bold headlines of the deathof : L..Biggs.,
18th at district including the countiesof !: making them from raw material
of Ward, Ala., on Jan.
>( Starke. The ceremony was performed General George Washington: Columbia, Union Baker and "PUSSYFOOT"JOILYSONNoted )Iin a manner similar to the pro- Miss Jessie Mead who blbetn
"On Wednesday last the mortal Bradford at the state of clerking In Geo. F. Young tore
i A. Gardiner. meetings cesses of nature as carried on by
by Judge Geo. irk temperance lecturer, who
i iw'a ; part of WASHINGTON Great the I for some time returned :, Mr. and Mr*. Moody will make!I I Iw ,' organization. will speak on the subject of "Baby the ordinary barnyard fowL While home In Hampton Sue '
and
-the Father of his
country The North Florida Cooperative she does her laying she explainsthe
their home In Auburndale. Poultry Ion and Way Stations" at the courthouse
1 I ,
and
Mr. Mrs. Jas We
j the friend of
consigned *
man, was ,
1 .- was organized last springfor tonight 7:30.: Mr. Johnson various processes, carrying on ac
1, to the tomb, with solemn honors two eons, of Leesburg, ,. "
EASTERN STAR MET MONDAYThe I the purpose of marketing the has just returned from his third discussion about nutrition applied -
here with Mrs.
I i and funeral pomp. I day Nesbltt eater;
-- eggs cooperatively for the poultrymen -I trip around the globe. All Invited, to egg production. A concealed Mrs. A. M. Lewis.
"A multitude of
assembled -
Eastern Star Chapter held. I persona of this section of the state. It phonograph, of course provides
from many miles round, at ,' Mrs. C. A. Knight and ltera
a a Interesting and enthusiastic I i baa had a very successful year' Mary Ann's monologue."We .
very : LT. COL. F. B. EBBERT 1 Mount Vernon, the choice abode I Spain to Exhibit at Misses' Cleo and Lena Belle Shep--
enrolled of having
meeting at the lodge hall Monday having some of the largest I are extremely proud
One of America's most and last residence of the illustrious In' ard of Starke were visiting friend,
eloquent secured this
night, Jan. 19th. There was a and most successful poultrymen South Florida Fair mechanical hen,
large attendance and after the advocates of good citizenship who chief. There were the groves, the North Florida including the Pine I :said secretary-Manager Earl W. In Lawtey Tuesday.Mr. .

meeting delightful refreshments of will accompany "Pussyfoot" John- spacious avenues, the beautiful and Breeze Farm at Callahan, the Spain's great national exhibit 'Brown, "for every fair in the coun- and Mrs. C. Y. Mayo :ami

sandwiches and cocoa were served son to Starke and appear at the sublime, scenes, the noble mansion Florida State Farm at Raiford, designed for the world's fair in try Is clamoring for her and there up from Tampa Saturday and
but alas! the inhabitant the week-end
-- courthouse tonight. His subjectwill august Howard and Slone at Dukes, S. M. Belgium in 1930, baa been ship- 'Is only one of her. However, as spent with her parents
was now no more. The Great Soul Mr. and Mrs. J. H.
I be "The Unfinished Battle. Moore
l JUNIOR WOODMEN" ENJOY I Dukes at Dukes, and others with ped to the United States and will the Volusla fair has been selectedby
was His mortal Mr. Mrs.
gone. part was and. Roy Roberta of
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WEINER ROASTThe large as well as many smaller the department of agriculturefor
I I dency, and of her gratitude to the them indeed; but, ah! how affect- reach Tampa during .the coming West Palm Beach came up Saturday
farms. It has proven that I I week where It will be'one of the the annual state boys and girls
Ing? how awful .the spectacle of to attend the
new junior supervisor, :Miss ladles of the society for their loyal there is a place for the cooperative big features of the South Florida poultry exhibit and poultry judging funeral of
I
such worth and thus to
their
Ethel Moore with Miss Gladys Williams ,( support. Mrs. Permenter stressed greatness sale of eggs in this state and Fair February 3 to 14, accordingto contests, and as the federal government .sister-in-law.' Mrs. El L
r mortal fallen. Yes, fallen!
the of in mission eyes, Biggs. They returned to their
Starke Juniors necessity prayer since It Is founded on sound business and .the state .
gave the a cablegrams received here by are very '
I fallen! . . . ; home .
work. At the close of Mrs.Llmbaugb' Tuesday.A
welner roast at the city park Friday I ary principles with a fine person Andres Igleslas. Spanish counsul. much Interested In promoting the
"On the ornament at the head
remarks, Mrs J.. M. nel M. Blanchard and E. E. Bur-
night. of officers, it Is sure to con- Supervising the placing of the poultry Industry through the
Bucker presented her a radio of the coffin was inscribed SURGE ney were, transacting business in
At seven o'clock about seventy- lamp tinue to grow and succeed.At I million dollar exhibit of tapestries, young folks, we were favored In
AD JUDICUM about the middleof
Starke .
' : five juniors and friends gathered from the society, and after the this meeting Mr. L. T. Dyer, paintings, sculptor work antiquesand securing :Mary Ann. Also, at this Monday.J.
the coffin GLORIA DEO and
H. Moore has
,y.,, at the park and enjoyed roasting program, Mrs. Llmbaugh was de- county agent for Union and Bradford other rare Spanish treasures fair, the Florida branch of the returned home

weinera around a glowing fire, followed lighted a second time by a gift of on the silver plate, counties, spoke of the importance -I will be Hon. Luis Calderon, com- American Poultry Association will from a trip to Ft. Meade.

with contests, stories and,crystal beads, also from the so GENERAL of the organization to the mercial minister from the Spanish have Its state showing of birds, as Mrs. El B. Boyer has returned to

games. ciety. Delicious refreshmentswere GEORGE WASHINGTON poultrymen and to the poultry industry ,embassy at Washington. Aided by well as the state showing of many her home in Ocala, after spending
served.-Florida Baptist Wit- Departed this life on the 14th De- several days with her daughter
of the.state as a whole. He Consul Iglesias and committees special breeders! those who are
BIRTHDAY CELEBRATED ii' i ness Jan. 15. cember 1799, Aet. 68. pointed out that it was the means I,from the various'societies, Mr. breeding exclusively White Leg- Mrs. W. P. :Moore.

". . . The sun was now setting of R. R. Thede was a business visitor
--- the
standardising, product and ,Calderon will begin the task of arranging horns Brown Leghorns, and other.
Miss Carrie Hutto was hostess tor forever No--the Name of Washington encouraging the production of bet- breeds." to Starke Monday.
the displays as soon as the :
a number,of her friends at a dance j' -the American Presidentand ter and higher grade products; shipments clear customs. .

Tuesday evening at the home of HAMPTON General will triumph over that it relieved<<; the poultryman of Largest of the foreign displays Births EASIER STRAWBERRY MAK-

her parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. S. : lM Ads NlMBio' c... death. The unclouded brightnessof the responsibility and risk in KET
I arriving in Tampa Is the Italian
Mr. and
Mrs. S. B. Roberts
t7t Hutto, the occasion being her seventeenth his glory will illuminate' the marketing his product as the ,
c eggs government exhibit which includes Starke, boy,"Jan. 16. New York, Jan. 13- -Strawberries
+ birthday. t O. 1. Harrison and family were future ages! are picked ,up at,.the door, carriedto airplanes and autos' as well as Mr. and Mrs. Truman Q.. Dyal were coming In moderate
41 The color scheme of and The column rules on the front
the
green visiting In Ocala last Sunday. packing house, candled,
e< elaborate Italian art and tons of Graham, boy. Jan. 17. amount from Florida this week but
white was used In decorating the Miss Jessie Meade of Lawtey, Is and back pages were made in graded, pack'd I.and sold for them;
commercial products. The two Mr. and Mra. S. A. Weldon, trading was dull and the market
home for this enjoyable affair. mourning of the departed presi and that
It
spending the week-end with her takes the surplus
eggs story Wall hall will be crowdedto Starke, girl. Jan. 19. I easier. Much of the fruit was green
The hostess received nice later Misses off the local market I
many and Dodie
Dorothy dent.A thereby creating capacity with the m09t'compre- and otherwise poor and prices
w, '''gifts. Dancing was enjoyed until Meade.C. report was given of the activities -I better prices for others at
I hensive foreign exhibition ever Tampa-G. H. Jewett leased showed a wide range. In fact, the
4, a late hour when the hostess of congress. Address given by home.
A. Blrt and family were visiting -
at other Park ,
than View
presented a world'sfair. Hotel on Lafayette supplies did not clean up everyday
mother, Mrs. L. S. Hutto served a In Alachua last Sunday. President Adams was begun on the .
More than 12,000 Italians !in street for five-year period. The berries were selling generally -
sweet course to the guests The Bradford last page and continued to the
.l pre; County Teachers front. the Tampa colonies, headed by Ar Punta Gorda-Grand opening to at 30 and 5Oc: per quart, witha
eIIt.I Interesting bits of foreign
1 Association met at the Baptistchurch TIIERESSA thur Euse, are cooperating in mak- be held for Hotel Charlotte. few up to 62c. Pints moved out
I last Jan. 17th. Avery news given, but the editor respectfully -
1' Saturday, ing the event.. an outstanding feature Mayo..- Construction nearing at 15 and 25c, although an occasional -
\ UVREJDU MOIS CLUB MEET interesting meeting was'enjoyed informed his readers that on Hilda ..au.... c...
,, :" -. completion on new filling stationon sale was. reported higher.
account of the death of Gen. Washington
-
At the noon hour, a delicious Whilehe.latfn
-i a colonies are ac- :Main streetTampaFlat
:( The Llvre du Moll Club met'with' plate'dinner served at the It was quite necessary thata '
i 14 was city Mr. and Mrs'j'p.::W. Moore werebusinessv'sito4 tive In preparation for the fair, National Bank increased -
*,#1 E. K. Ferryman Wednesday, halL bit of the foreign news be omit-
;7drr to Starke Holland
Thurs- representatives: are proceeding capital, sto-ck: from .
: 31,200-
\ Jan. 14th, at her home on" Madloa -!. Dr;,WVE., MlddleUm bf Starke' ted In orderto make, for more : .. ,, 000 . 666LIQUID
quietly ranging their to. $1,500.00q.Cocoa. .
\ I .
important aMr..G. f"or' .
.
,.! street. : was professional-visitor. here, this news. : MBennett"of Clearwater' mammoth: display of Dutch' madeprotfpctaV .-,. New miniature golf -
TABLETS
c week.. .Another.lntereatm fact U little .. OR
; A pleasing arrangement of narcissi a
la bra ( '
visiting laughter. Mrs: C.. .,:The;clatter'of .wooden course opened here:!
were used 'in decorating .' "Mra.-.Easton and,son, Alvin, of nook In the" paper. !Beaded: Sullivan. .
y} hostess' home for this.affair., .I . rlando' ,.who /have, been visiting "POST OFFICE; and which reads :Mr. andMr8Packbam''and fam- be become"a familiar sound as vices held for opening pf new aerr airport 6'6 '6' 'SALVE
Following a delightful luncheon Irs. Easton'a mother, Mrs. H. F. In part:. A list of letters remaining ,
i ) ily.Misses'Outia: Hall, 'Hazel 'andMUdrect more than 100. people garbed In ; called Armaur Field. CURES BABY'S COLD
the members had ft literary discus: Cbesaer for several, weeks left this in this office, January 1,1800.; )" The ". Phillips ..and Elsie'BeDe dutch; costumes, will inhabit the ,

4 km. week for their home In Orlando. worthy post master, one J. C.'Elm- Gelgef attended "the lecture' at life' sized Holland village, a replicaof .

'.jiZ, Enjoying Mrs. Ferryman's bos P/.E. Griffin of Jacksonville", was endorf. then proceeds to list Dames Camp of the,. .Palms. Thursday'evening. Edam!; in'1600.' --;-

.;i f pltallty were: Mrs. T. J. Alderman, the guest of his parents. Mr., and of persona having mail In the of- '>: t4

.1tit!\ :Mrs. L. Wyman, Mrs. Edward Mrs. W. H. Griffin this week.. Ice. It Is presumed that whatever :Rev:_ J. 'If.; Hayman filled his Leesburg-Leeaburg 'Pharmacy,

:i":r.t Burns, Mrs. L. A. Davis and Mr'*.. W.. H>Goodwin bas accepted a letters were then uncalled for' wereplgenholed regular; 'appointment at Hope Inc., succeeded Jordan Drug Co. :BATTERY SERVICE'

:ft D. C. Jones, of Gainesville. position with the Bell Telephone'ompany somewhere for there church Saturday. and SUnday I. Miami Beach Livingston, & .
j:' mmi m *+ ', and will make his headquarters was no dead letter office at the ,
Rev. and Mrs. 'D. L. Phillips; ., New.York stock broken, to AtSmith's
J p 1, f BEW AND SO CLUB MEETS here. time If our history.serves ua cor- Misses Myrtle and Mamie Lee Norman pfD,branch office here

detl- : Miss Elaine Wynn Is spending a rectly. attended'church'at( Hope Sat- :

'!\ "'. Miss MID Gruber was hostess to few daya with her aunt, Mra. L. J. Perhaps the most interesting urdav.: --(1 aMr -' . Service Station !

'f;\3. members of the Sew and So Club Wynn'of'thia city. thing In the paper, however, Is the and'Mra.'J. J. Carstensea of .

q Tuesday evening at the home of Chas. Weeks of Jacksonville vis wide number of advertisements: Lake Geneva attended church here Authorized Dealer I

;j!;' ).{ra. H. C. Hitch on Call street. Ited friends and relatives here last One reads, "Luther; Andres and Co. Saturday and'Sunday. ,1' FLORIDATHEATRE Willard

:Ii: Fragrant narcissi l In bowls and Sunday. have this day, Miss Eula Swindell of Keystone BATTERIES, STOCK !

;:t.t."asea. were tastefully arranged In . Mrs. Mlshey Ooodwln Been opening goods fresh & gay. Heights, vlslt d' her parents Mr. '

J1 the living room, where the guests On Sunday Jan. 11, 1931, Mrs. He baa received near every kind and Mrs.'S. n."R/"Swihdell here Sun GAINESVILLE
were pleasantly entertained. Time Jlshey Goodwin was called by That you in any store can AndAnd day. ; - t 7Mr. > FLA. -------------

tJ i?; was spent In sewing, bridge and death, leaving her husband, Mr. as I purchase by the bale, : and'Mr J vTjbV'wMoore'at:' : ; .

I '-I[ conversation. ., Ashur Goodwin and one son, Har- I am determined to retail tended! services' at Camp of the

; A sweet course was enjoyed by 'rell. Goodwin, all of Hampton. For READY PAY a little lower Palms Sunday. Program Week Jan. 18

r[ f the following present: Mrs. D. P, Their home was near the Hampton Than ever have been had before. 'Mr. W, W Packham and S. E, '
"
1l Carpenter, Mrs. T. T. Long, Mrs. Beach. Mrs. Goodwin was ill only I t with my brethren mean to live; Triest were visitor to Interlachen SPECIAL NOTICE TO MENThe

f' ,' B. S. Carroll Mrs. H. C. Bitch, a short time, died at the age of 46. But as for credit shall not give.I Tuesday. TODAY .

Miss Eunice Perkins, Miss She native of would not live to rouse
y Madge was a Cannon, Ga., your pas- Mr. Cleveland Alford and familyof

Middleton, Miss Florence Matthews where her remains were burled alone, Chlefland, have .moved to Ruth ChatlertonIn
There
Miss Blanche Alderman add I Her husband and son, Harrell. wish For credit here is out of fashion. sa. CHAMBERS "KING OF ALL"I

.f", Hiss Ethel GrUTin. to thank their many friends for My friends and buyers, one and all. Rev. S. H. Dodd filled his I

i the beautiful flowers sent the deceased It will pay you well to give a calL appointment at the Christian regular "The Right to Love" SHARPENERS is now in your city at a

r\1\ P. T. A. MET WEDNESDAY I also the many acts of klnd- You always may find me by my church Sunday
nightMr.
'4 ___ ''nes. sign Added.-DOGVILLE COMEDY small
shown the her
family during : R. L. Batten and son; Cbasb .
', ,),1 The Bradford High P. T. A. met llness. A few rods from the house divine. were visitors to Starke Monday.Mr. Cartoon and Sound News
1! In the school auditorium at three- The following articles
Religion filled her soul with may be received and Mra. A. L. Sullivan and of49c

thirty Wednesday afternoon with peace upon her dying bed. Let in payment: Wheat, rye little son Othma were shopping in

l the president Mrs. T J. Alderman, faith look up anti sorrow cease she buckwheat, oats, corn, butter, flax, Hampton'Saturday afternoon. SATURDAYJoe -

) In the chair. wells[ with Christ o'er head. ashes and raw hides. CASH will .

The program opened with a .ong'by not be refused." E. Brown ,
Plant -Hotel Plant
ii the members, followed by a Secretary of State One ad reads: "For sale The City Barber ,

i prayer by Rev. W, F. Jones. ( One Half of a Saw Mill, and also Shop Tampa.reopened by""J.: Fred Arnoldof In"GOING Sharpens any ,razor blade made, also the

.. Mr. Griffla gave a few Interesting Revenue Is $209,821 a Stout, Healthy, Active Negro WILD"
'
; facts concerning school Iir Wench.." old style straight blade. The manufacturers -

: nance. Revenue from the office of Secretary Another, '"Wanted as an appren- Added Act and Comedy<
I Miss Lucy Ann Dew gave a read- of state for the calendar tice to the clothier's business, an 1 Specialist" guarantee that by using the CHAMBERS -

ing "The Pussy! Cat and the Owl. year of 103O. amounted to $209- active, bright, diligent boy." 1- i

Dr. G. If. Lowry gave a talk on 823.22. according to figures compiled The last: Second Notice of my SHARPENER you can shave-from

"Thrift Education." The prize for by Secretary R. A. Cray. wife Hannah is hereby given, for- Monday & Tuesday

the largest attendance was given This revenue consists of cor- bidding all persona whatever from 60 to 100 times with the same blade.

:Mrs. Hart's room, :Mrs. Wyman poration charter taxes, commission harboring or keeping her as I am :MIDNIGHT :MATINEE V

donating the prize for this month' taxes, filing fees for political determined to pay no debts of her r. 12:01 A. M., Monday
and reduce
Buy one bill to
shaving
i candidates, and miscellaneous fees. contracting." With your
SODTIISIDK W. M. S. HONORSMRS. Secretary Gray stated this Mr. '
Money purchased the
.
T. N. U\1: ,\VOII paper only a few cents a year.
morning that It a proposed law from Mr. Jackson about two weeks Eddie CantorIn

requiring an annual registration of ago. The Gazette had been handed
The W. M. S. of Southslde all corporations and the paymentof down la the Jackson family for Die The Screenunder

Church, Lakeland, of a filing fee should pass the staten generations. At the time of the "WHOOPEE"Added '
pub- glare: of powerful The Chambers
Monday afternoon at t & Rowland COe
a reception legislature that the revenue would lication
of the sheet, the letter "a" !tights and the stress of "Picture
honor of Mrs. T. N. LImbaugh, retiring be Increased a half million dollars was of the same appearance of the I' Making" the beauty rendered by -.Comedy, Act and News

1 president, who for four years annually. Couraud's Oriental Cream stands .
1i f",which made the type a bit hard x Sale Manufacturers
has very ably filled this _. the It
i position to read to the .test. gives an alluring;, '

All of the past presidents were Lithe WOODMEN, : CIRCLE MEETING! Carrollton (Miss.unpracticed) Conservative.TEACHERS' eye.-. pearly appearance, that ''will not WEDNESDAYConstance JACKSONVILLE FLA.

receiving line. Mrs. Deane L. -- rub off. streak or spot. ,

Hart extended a gracious greeting SUrke Grove No. 278 will hold EXAMINATION No "touching' up" necessary asrho.sttin Bennett _
The program was In charge oJ % .!! retain- the delightfully -
meeting
Mrs. ..:. B. Hardin. In the Tuesday evening Jan. loft, seductive bundty under all con In .
dining 27th In the W. O. W. ball The teachers' examination will ditions.

room a program was rendered by All team members are requestedto be held at the court house In GOURAUtfS 'Sin Takes a Holiday" 1 Corpening's Drug Store
the presidents "The Past Present
be at hall at 7:3O: o'clock In Starke beginning at 8 o'clock I

: and Future," Mrs H. Clay Haynes, uniform for initiation of new mom Thursday morning, Feb. 6th .and OR1ENT4l The popular star of "C mmonClay"
'
presiding. Mrs. D. U. McGlnnia I berxhe continue for three Exclusive Dealers
days. '
: gave an Interesting account of t again at her best
I CREAM
Amy Moore, Pub. Chm. All applicants
report
'. ,origin of the society and its early .. at that time promptly Added--Comedy and New. ', STARRED.FLA,,
'J' supplied with pen. tae.- n..4 w o".re r... .,,
t history. Mrs Ltmbaugh told of Its I Eustisplorida'Caaneries. Inc.. Ink and legal'nap ,501.4 IOe f.. T_' Hit fl '
achievements during her 1 paper. ..:.d T. HOD"' a ....H.w Yse .
Cite-
presi- opened
new canning f .Se extra for mailorders
plant 1-23-21 rai- : :
,-, A. J. Grlfhs. iupt. Rec Prlce:- l00*'boo- lay'' I '...frI -

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JANUARY 83. 1931 BRADFORD COUNTY TKLBGBAPO, STARKE. FLORIDA PAOC: FIVE

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Humming Bird'"Hose $1, 1.33,
$((1.50 and SLT5, : ;, temember they COMPLETION OFSHORT.ROUJE I

J ..r.l If ,X\\ are guarantee4. At., Stump's. .
% ,"
1 1LET'S

'Be t so.. Those'''tt dlq the--4 installation IS f SPECIALS FRIDAY 23rd--SATURDAY" 24th- -

and banquet of Lake Butler Grove I ,

from Starke on Tuesday evening, GO! TO THE M-C STORE

local Ne were Mr. and Mrs. G. :M. Inman, THOUGHT :
V45 and daughter, Vonda, Mrs. Chas- SURE

tain and son, Carlton, :Miss Amy

Concerning Our People, Business and m and MIss Ethel Moore. Mrs. In- --:-;- I Olympia, No. 2 Can Clearbrook Castle Haven No. 2 can
man acting as installing attendantand Road Department'PMfIMer! Early
Progress of the County and Town. Miss Amy Moore as Installing I
Action on Projects
chaplain. June Peas Creamery Butter String Beans

.Sr I
'---- --- Palatka, Jan. 16 Highly
545Za25Z5?s..552525Z5iWATfER naltsz-" i.--"--==rrfTi =====c Those attending the installationand pleased

RECORD Middleton and Miss Florence Mat. banquet of Trenton Grove No. with the action of the state road I Perean'----l pound35c Per -1 lOc
in the Immediate can - -
department authorizing -
--.-.,- thews spent Saturday In Jackson- :300: Monday night from Starke

by Starke branch, U..restry ville. Grove were, Guardian Vonda In- completion of the Palatka- I .
mpileJ
-
Florahome stretch of Highway No.
Department man, Installing Officerr Amy
28 and the grading of the San Ma- M
ek ending, Jan. 14, 1931. Lester Price Robinson, Eldredge Moore, acting as installing attendant teo-Bunncll end of the road, the BEST GRADE VAN CAMP'SLarge
Robinson, Billy Graham and Ben Miss Gladys Williams, as installing I

Dato Max Mln Preclp. Sternberg motored to Gainesville captain and MIlS Ethel local today delegation after: moat was successful back at home trip. \White Bacon -15c -1 19cVan
pound Catsup
8 50 26 r- Friday. Moore, as Installing chaplain. The "We are immensely gratified at i - -
meeting was a splendid success
9 57 31 .32 i the cooperation shown by the state
and was: greatly enjoyed by all
10 69 37 .16 Artamo embroidery packages, I road deportment," John W Camp-

11 71 55 .10 1-3 off at Stump's. present. bell, active vice president of the Camp's Franco-American Alaska Pink

12 66 57 .58 Road 28 Association told l the News
48 47 MRS. JD.% LEE BIGGS PASSES today "We could not have MILK
13 Mr. Ray Colley of Jacksonville, expected
J
14 153 31 spent several days of last week AWAY more than was promised, and Spaghetti SALMONPound

cal rainfall for week"1.16 in, with his parents Mr. and Mrs. J. we are deeply appreciative of the
F. Coney (Continued from page 1.) decision to push the two projectsto 3 large cans 25e Regular Price We Can Y

sweaters reduced at Stump's. her untimely death her devoted completion.

husband Dr. E. L. Biggs, two erms "The Road 28 Association," Mr.

.,.-T--W F. Jones visited Jack-. shower Mrs. given E. M.by Johns Mrs.attended Wallis Pres-the Leslie and Bobby Biggs; her father Campbell continued, "will continueits 6 small cans 25c 3 cans - - 25c 2 f for - - - 25c
activities and will afford the r
tile Monday. Mr. E. J. Roberts of Lawtey: : ( n
Rooks
cott for Mrs. Murrah In
four sisters Mrs. J. M. Oliver of state road department any aid that

'. and Mrs. F Demorest Alachua-Tuesday Baldwin; Mrs. W. E. Torode and may be given in expediting the Goodwifc Self rising lest Compound \' {'

It Monday in Jacksonville. Mrs Effte Miner of Lawtey; Mrs. completion of this most importantlink

Mrs. E. I. Mlddl ton and little J. W. Andrews, Jr, of Starke; and in the state highway sysitem." A ia

l'w seeds arriving at White'scs daughter, Marjorie Sue, of Jack- five brothers, Lonnie Roberts of St. Letter were being mailed by Mr. Flour 24 pounds - 69c Lard 2 pounds r .. r r .. 22cPalmolive

right. 19Jt.y -*'. sonville, spent Sunday with Dr. and George, Ga.; Zack Roberts, Has- Campbell today to the city author- ,

Mrs. W. E. Middleton. tings; J. M. Roberts, Jacksonville; ities of Son Mateo and Bunnell the .

Coleman of Waldo, was alor G. W. Roberts, Lawtey, and Dr. only incorporated towns along the Gibbs'Grits
Starke Sunday. Get my prices on first class Flor- Earle Roberta of New York City. east end of the> route, asking for

to ida peanuts. J. F. Klckllter.Mr. Among those attending the funeral their cooperation with the federal or Meal I '

Irs Dolly Blitch of Ocala spent outside of Bradford county government in the enactment of Toilet Soap Apple Jelly 'jr 'j

lirday with Mrs. H. L. Brown- and Mrs. T. B. Massie and were: Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Adkins, necessary ordinances for the protection -

children will spend the week-end in Dr. J. I.. Summerlin, Misses Mat- ofthe protection of the v '

Qultman with Mrs. Massie's mother tie Harley, of Gainesville; MIss road In the years to come: When pounds ---25c Bars - - 21c 3 Jars -' - 25cWILSON'S G

Unnle Hagan has gone to Mrs. E. B. Jelks. Betty Peace, Mrs Peace, Mrs. Gill, these requirements are met, grading .

|,rt where he has accepted a po- Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Briggs, Mr. and will begin without delay, the .

Mrs. C: A. Knight, Mrs. J. C. Mrs. John L. Wilkes Mr. and Mrs. state road department advised.

n. ."-"- I Robinson and Miss Lena Belle Walter McRae, Miss Ruth Gill, Mr. They consist of the enactment of CAM Pit ELL ba

to Gainesville Bob Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. A. K. ordinances guaranteeing the road
Lmer, Long of Petersburg, Va., I Shepard motored
lisitlng his mother. Mrs. F. H. :Monday afternoon. I Roberts, Mr. Walter Crews Mr. E against any 'encroachments upon Picnic Ham pound17c Pork & Beans 3 for 25c
I T. Roberts Mrs. Farrell Mr. and the right of ways by- the two municipalities -

g. Mrs. C. L. Atkinson and daugh- Mrs. J. B. Dye, Mr. and Mrs. G A. for all time and providing -

D. Wainwright, Jr., left Tues- ter, Joyce, of Brooker, spent Sat- Jefferles, Mrs. Mary Davis, Mr. against the obscuring of the

for a business trip down the urday and Sunday with Mr. and John Roberts, Mr. and Mrs. Harry highway by construction of others Libby's Assorted Van Camp's

coast. Mrs. W. M. Hodges. Miner, Mrs. W. G. Powell, Mr. Merrill -I| to serve a similar purpose. When

Powell, of Jacksonville; Mr. J. these conditions are met federalaid
Corn Beef JELLO Tomato Juice
iton's Tailor Shop -= Clean- Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Abbott and H. Tatura. Mrs. Paul Booker, of I under the emergency bill pass-
DeLand Mrs. H. K. Mrs. ed by recently will be r''r
Biggs,
; !: congress
I and pressing. 11-14-tf. daughters, and Mrs. Erie Stumpfof '
Tampa, were guests of Mrs. W. Jake Mlnchew, Hubbard Biggs, Jr., available for the work.'' Per Can 23c 3 Boxes 22c Per l OcI.CT
- - -- can - -
of Barberville Mr. and Mrs. W.
Mr. E. W. George of Tulsa, Okla. E. Middleton Sa rday., ; The state road department met
S. Biggs, Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and - ,--- - - -
Jhe guest of his sister, Mrs. Roy the delegation more than half way
Mrs. Everett Babbitt, Mr. and yesterday, thereby saving much
ards. Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Briggs and
Mrs. T. S. Biggs of Georgetown; time and limiting the oratory. The
Mr. and Mrs. "J. L. Wilkes of Jack-
and Mrs. W. ;J. Epperson, sonville, were'guests of Judge. and Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Barthlow, Mr. big delegation, which Included citi-

are the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. A. Z. Adklns Sunday. Bob Milllcan, of Mlddleburg; Mr. zens of every county along the line, : P.

|M. Smith. and Mrs. Roy Roberts and Dorothy I augmented by. ,members of the

'' Roberts, of West Palm Beach; Mrs.T. 3 association, headed by
Judge A. Z.- Adklns, Sen.' E. M. Highway '
Jr. and Mrs, B. M. Davis and Johns and State's Attorney V. S.Gllchriet", and eons. Brunswick Ita president Ettrl; Brown, mayor of "Where Satisfaction Is a CertainW

and Mrs. Sam Anderson spent attended 'court In Lake Ga.; :)dr.. and :Mrs. Daniel DeLand had harWy'filed Into the I
. Knight - - - - - - -- - -
day to:Archer?Jl"EUk : Butler Monday and :Tuesday.. Blgga?:,\and family, :Mr., and, Mrs roocl.wiereth nt-road department I....--- - - - - - - - - - - -
Zack: ; Roberta?, HastlngeJdf! ; ;and was In session! when, :Chairman

dresses greatly.. reduced at 11 New1'Gossard Corsets, girdles, Mrs. L..E. Roberts, Mrs: ,.VIIi Laun- Bentley sprung a surprise by announcing ....... -

mp'a and combinations at-Stump's. dree: of,St., George GL"D1'. and the./receipts\,. of a tele- telegram advising that Judge STEAM PRESSING''' COMPANY
. Mrs..W. Brinson, Mr.. and Mrs.1 of George William Jackson had made
gram; from the.]FederaJ} Bureau
R
SUITS CLEANED PRESSED AND ESIIAPEDJ. ,
Frazier Oliver of Baldwin Mr. and permanent an Injunction prohibiting ,
Col. ; Roads authorizing the, gradIng of .
and Mrs. D. E. Knight spent Miss Lucy Stanley and :Mr. :
Inday In Jacksonville where Col. L uls' Hibbard or ';Jacksonville, Mrs. Jenkins, of Jacksonville; Mr. the San Mateo-JJunnell.trip. the commissioner of Flagler north Frank 'Thoman-Phone 52
and Mrs. J. F. Klckllter-.,Jr., of With this good,news before them. county from abandoning the
Ught attended court. were dinner guests of Mr. and
:Mayo; Dr. W. C. Young, of Waldo; Eugene S. Matthews, president of route, already selected and once
Mrs.. H, C. Wall Monday.
Stage's Attorney and :Mrs. H. V.I Mrs C.Y.; Mayo Mrs C. C..Hoppe, the Road 28 Association Introduced approved by the state road depart-
dollars
of Mrs. J.,W. Klncald of ment. Several thousand
McKenzie
Tampa; ,
fight had as recent guests, Mr. Elder E. R. Riner of Savannah, Representative.H.,8.
Cattlesburg, Ky.; ,Mr. and Mrs. A. but directly to had been spent by Flagler county,
1 Mrs. C. C. of of who spoke ,briefly
Hoppe Tampa. Ga., and Elder Lige Anderson the REDUCED PRICESGiant
be said, In securing right-of-
Tyler Miss Karlle Tyler of Glen the point. Herald, that the department r
MMB WM Brooker the week-end visitorsof
were etc. for the north route, and ,
,
St. Mr. and Mrs had way
Irs. C. C. Hoppe and :Mrs. J. M. Mr..and Mrs.'J. J. Rigdon. I Mary; Lawrence on:several:! occasions the court had held that this route
said Hamilton, of Baldwin; Miss Hazel promised Jsfcjthe! Contract .for
and !
spent Friday Saturday
favor 't
abandoned in
alnesvllle : Oliver, Tallahassee; Mr.T..A.B with friends Mr. and Mrs.' W. L. Wall, Mrs of another. In order for this ,
eon, of MaxvlUe, and Dr. E. H. but that disappointment '
; the budget,
J. M. Brownlee and Mrs. J. W. Injunction to be set aside, the su- And Tenn. Green Pod $9.50 a bu.
Roberts, of New York
Wainwrightdaughter City. had followed disappointment.He
'i. W1.
and Mrs
:M. Killian were guests of Mrs. S. T. 'I preme court would have to over-

1 Patsy Ruth motored Dell In Gainesville Thursday.Mrs. asked for action. ' Mr.. rule the lower court or the legisla Fordhook Lima' _ $15.00 a bu.
{Gainesville Friday. CARD OF THANKS Senator;,;Illlburn: !, following -
ture would have to designate :anew
McKenzie, also .expressed his appreciation -
returned to her I ( '
Keller
said.
Lula Walton
route, Judge /
The and relatives of Mrs ., of,,the.good news that and'
Ruby King and World Beater home !in St. :Matthews, N. C. Fri- family Either procedure, should It prove Corn Other'Seed also Reduced
Lee desire to had been broken: and also :urged
Ida Biggs
express
per seed. J. F. KJckllter.tfr. day, after spending a while here effective, would'require much time Y
of the contractfor :
their heartfelt thanks to their Immediate letting,
with her niece, Mrs. C. G. Bryant. 'and would delay Indefinitely' the
Norman Rogers of Jack- \ friends who In any way assisted the hard-surfacing of the Flora- building of the road.

yule, spent Sunday, with Dr.tl Miss Eva Rlgdon and father, J. J. them at the time of the death and home-Palatka stretch Like Mr.to Members of the road departmentstated The Kilgore Seed Company

I Mrs. W, E. Middleton. Rigdon were visiting in Brooker funeral of their loved one. The McKenzie he called attention that they regretted that any
that the roadbed was deteriorating
In
expressed lovely the fact
Sunday afternoon and were accompanied sympathy :difference of opinion existed In
.ol. and Mrs. J. E. Futch of De- by Elders E. R. finer and flowers, tender words and thoughtful and In addition pointedout 'Flagler county aa to the* route to Gainesville, FloridaAuxiliary

lad, spent the week-end with Lige Anderson.Mr. acts will ever be rememberedwith that the county lateral from I be chosen but considered that the
and warm appreciation.E. Interlachen to Grandin was being .... --
Mrs. H. L. Brownlee. matter had been settled by the S1- -or -a-=
L. Blgga and sons, out by the heavy travel
worn
and Mra. Varnadore and : court action. They declared that
.Hr. and Mrs. 'C. C. 'Colley of three children Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Bobby and Leslie Biggs.E. "This is a county road not builtto it was their wish to serve the pea
J. Roberts withstand heavy traffic, and In JOHN C). McniRRSON!'
oksonvHle, were guests of Mr. Surrency of Tampa, were In Starke ple of Flagler county as satisfactorily Official
<1 Mrs. Mrs. J. W. Andrews, Jr. coming up we noticed that it had
J. F. Colley Monday. i Sunday visiting :Mr. and Mrs. P. as they possibly could.
At Conference
and llonored
Mrs J. M. Oliver already lost Its smoothness John
M. Barefoot. The Palatka delegation was The friends of Quincy McPherson -
Miss Mrs. Effle Miner was well on the way to disintegration
Flossie of ;JacksonI.e. -
Rlgdon 41, of Maxvllle, will learn
.. Torode. headed by John W. Campbell, active -
W. E. he said.
spent the weekend with her "Star Brand Shoes are Better". Mrs the vice president of the Road 28 Miss Louise Cone vice-president, with regret of his death at his

rents, Mr. and Mrs. J. J. RIgdon.Mr. See the beautiful line at Sump's.Mr. Lonnie Zack Roberta.J. Roberta.. board B. C.of Pearce bond ,trustees representing, followedCol. Association, and In addition to Mr. District No.2 and Radio Chairman. home Tuesday night after a abort

Col. S. J. of the Florida Department American Illnemi. Besides his widow Mrs.
follows
He told the road department Campbell was as :
and Mrs. O. P Parrish of; and Mrs. F. F, Flume have M. Roberts. Hilburn. the board of bond Hilburn state senator; II. C. Mc- Legion Auxiliary, received Venie McPherson he Is survivedby
Roberts. that
burndale, were the guests of i as their guests this week, Mrs. G. W. submit Its schedule Kenzie, representative; Judge V. honors while attending the Mid- his mother. Mrs II. G. McPherson -
Roberta.RESOLUTIONS could not
and Mrs. W.; M. Hodges Satur- Annie Flume, Mr. J. L. Flume and Earl trustee for the coming county Walton attorney for bond trustees Winter Conference of the Legion ; three sons, C. B., J. W., and
of tolls
y. :Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Compton -of ADOPTED ON budget unless !It had some definite ; B. C. Pearce, repreaentlng'the and Auxiliary at Tallahassee, Jan. Frederick McPherson; .Ix sisters

Kings Mountain N. C. BRIGS as'to when the road was to be bond trustees; George E. Gray, vice 11th and 12th. 1'4ra. Eliza Brennan Mlsa Nancy
Mrs. . TIlE DEATH OF MRS Idea
E. W. E.LENT
S. Matthews, Mrs.:
completed,into Palatka. as No. 28 president Palatka CommercialClub At the Auxiliary Executive McPherson Mra. Frances Taylor. ,
Friends of Mr. J. Maurice Ed- Important of the ; II. D. Harkreader, editor of Board dinner at the Floridan Ho- Mrs. Ida Brown Mrs. Mattle Wilkinson
most )
the Woman'aMissionary the
wards will pleased to learn that he Be It Resolved by Metho- was trun4 lines served by the the News; RaIford Hancock, II. E. tel Sunday evening Miss Cone was and Miss Emma McPherson
of the three .
A has recently passed the engineeringboard Society assembledthat Merryday. J. L. Waite, J. L. Wait, given a rising vote of thanks for all of Maxvllle; also one brother

WORD examination of the state of dist church In deplore session the loss by bridge.W.. A. Shands, member of the Jr., and T. B. Gillespie. her outstanding organization work. Dewey McPherson of Maxvllle.,

Florida and Is now a certified engineer we deeply Interrupted Mr . At the Joint meeting of the Legion Funeral services will be bold In
of beloved friend and co- road department
COLUMNTaESPASSING death worker Mra.our Ida Lee Bigga. Pearce to suggest that there was STRAWEFJtllY CROP and Auxiliary at the Legion Home', the Long Branch Baptist church at i'
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the board Monday afternoon Miss Cone was 11 o'clock this morning, the Rev.
Whereas, realizing that our loss no good reason why IN LOUISIANA! IS
Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Edwardsand presented a Houblgant vanity by D. L. Phillips, pastor, officiating.'
) the mat CONDITION
F for rent, for Is her gain, nevertheless our heartsare should not take action on IN FINE
daughter Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Mr. Ed R. Bentley, Department Interment will be In the family lot
sale with when we ter at once. -
cards sorrow
at this o11'lce.JR bowed
| Paige Jr., and Merrill Struth of that as a mo Commander of the Legion, for having In Long Branch cemetery under
you'make
her vacant chair "Do 1.
) Jacksonville were guests of Mr. contemplate (Continued from page ) organized a Legion Post at the direction of the Marcus Conant
RENT-Furnlsbed avartmeats Eentley asked.
that this Chairman
tion
resolved ?
further
I J. F. KlckUter, lltf. and Mrs. W. IL ,Struth for the resolution Be It be spread on our min It was made,a motion and wa* we really did everything humanly Starke. recently. In the presentll.-\)\Company.--Times-Union Jan. 22.
week-end. unanimously less than 1C possible, It Is said and somehow Lion speech, Mr. Bentley e i i
utes; that a copy of same: be sent adopted : N
P. SALE 200 pullets, A-l the bereaved family to whomwe minute after the delegation hut' !managed to put out the acreage. ed Miss Cone very highly HIAleah Park Local park repaired
rrade. Hying: 90c each. Mrs. Mias Madge Middleton. Mr*. H. to and prayers entered the room. The delegation And the beauty of it la la that the accomplishments' In I the Legion and redecorated and Improved.
extend our sympathy
1 n- A. Mitchell. l-23-lt C. Ritch,Miss Eunice Perkins MISs be published thanked the roal department anC plants and fields are In such excel- !Auxiliary: work. She was prenent- Palm Beach Building permits &
and that the came
- Min Cruber Mr. Broward LoveU ; Bradford Tele- remained over with the HighwayNo. lent shape.As :ed a "key to the hearts of the Tat! for thltt city totaled more than $3..
in the County
ILL EXCHANGE lot of land at Prof. S. S. Dowling and Supt. A. 3 association; delegation to pre the strawberry trade knows 'lahasaee unit members" at the 000,000 during 1930.
Starke J. Grids attended the Bradford graph. of Louisiana !Auxiliary meeting Monday mornIng Winter Haven -- Third annual
or Lake Butler for Piano. Carrie Amelia Ray, sent the claims fur the bridging Is entirely a Klondyke
Addresa County Teachers Association in the will be In when she gave the response to Florida Orange Festival to be held
P. O. Box 331. Starke Mrs A.Z. Adldns, the St. Johns at Sanford and leas and there no change
address of Mrs. L. A.
Fla. 1-16-2t. Hampton Saturday. Mrs. F. H. Long construction ,of the Lake Shore the: handling methods. Practically tho welcome here January 2731.
- Ccmmlttee. Boulevard which would spare traf Jl berries will be shipped In express .Yates, president of the Tallahassee Plana underway for paving of
OR Friends of Mr. Geo. A. Marcotteand usual Unit. After the conference, Miss Chattahoochee-RJver J u n t I
SALE-Rhode Island Red tic from erosHtnirS railway tracksat cars, and the 24-plnt p o n
l clay family will regret to hear of Cone returned to her home at High road. i
old baby chicks, 15c each; Citrus Ex- the Celery City.Tb.'question standard ventilated American
I In lots of 600, 12 1-20 each. Egg the death of Mr. Marcotte's father, Davenport-Florida estabUsh fruit store of designation of crate will predominate in packing. ,Springs._ Fort My r*-Formal dedication if

for hatching. $1,25 for 15.: My which occurred on January 11. at. here.chrange may I the route east of Can Mateo was Some flat crate loaded two high service to be beld for opening of

I hens are trapnested,,' are extra his ,home In Northampton.laae;; , Miami Orange Jute Dairy;Co., practically settled when Judge.V. wlU.be In use, but It .la stated theseare Formal opening held for St.Johns new Edison bridge. f

1 rood layers. Lena Bennett Lake at the age of 76. Mr.Marcotte has .plant and office at ..131 Walton told ,the road department desirable, only on certain: mar park' midway between Jacksonville Bustle -- Local airport being 4m*

"utter. Fla-i."!4HOub member. many- friends In Starke wholwtttregret opened Northe tst._First street that.ne had shortbefore received J kets. and St., _Augustine. proved.1tV. I
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BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARKE FLORIDA .. .. -- .. -- - _., FRIDAY, JANpRy kFARM
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FLORIDA BEEF CATTLE .
P INDUSTRY 19 MAKING FLORIDA VEGETABLE MOVEMENTEXPECTED 14 STATES WILL An exchange-prtnti' a.
DEVELOPaiENT littlest
RAPID MEET THIS YEAR clipped from an unknown \

NEWS SECTIONConducted Gainesville, Fla.--Tha beef cattle -' TO DISPLAY A GAIN also which very Is old.very gooo! and Pelt IOu>,

Industry In tick-free areas,ot Taxation and Crime Questions Will repeating.In Anyway It i IsOr:
Florida seems to be developing Hold Interest! on Wide fc'ront
lly -- concerns an Oman f
rapidly, and along the lines of .a IVh l 1
L. T. m'EU. County Agent/ permanent pasture and purebred With Spring Crop Flinted, Lastof Total to Thursday this week1,273 The making of law becomes next house Iowa and a customer ne-if r",

MISS PEARL JORDAN Home Dciuormt rationFlorida's Agent bUll W J. Sheely, extension agentIn Month\ Should\( See ShIp- Cabbage month in 43 capitals a matter of an cross-roads 'n, A If l
4 1 animal husbandry, recently stated -, ments Pick Up. Shipments up to last Saturday 350 serious concern. ment of goods rece< ,v the I'
..., In 1930 ____ 192 tomer was rejected
after attending several district -- For same period By summer--statute writing Is a IlUatlt!
FUMIGATION OF INCUUVTOR conferences with county agents. Jacksonville Fla. Jan. 18.The For week ending January 10_ 135 tedious affair-these 43 legisla- tory.The

CropEstimate CHECKS BACILLARY WHITE 1 He stated that In Marion county Jacksonville, Fla. Jan. 13.-The For same week last year ____ 81 tures Joined in April by a forty- wholesaler prop, my wb :.I
DIIUUIC.nwu: : SPREADING, Jim Taylor Ocala, has already secured cold and unfavorable weather has First four days this week __ 73 fourth, Florida-will have adjourned tute suit for collectl( nand" !t
t. 2.000 pounds of grass seed curtailed the vegetable movement For same days last year ____ 51 ; and an estimated 20,000 new to the railroad agent ,jt the MI
Placed Gainesville, Fla. Recent dlscoreries to be planted in the near future, from this state materially and with Total to Thursday this week__ 423 measures will have been acted for information about the arr

i(' have shown that baclllary and plans to get 3,000 pounds many sections losing: practicallytheir Celery upon. Only four states-Virginia, of the merchandise; to the t,
I white diarrhea Is an air-borne disease more. Tho Model Land Company entire crops carlot shipmentshave Shipments up to last Sat:_::_ 205 Mississippi, Kentucky an
I : and that It may be transmitted I. is now fencing 2,000 acres near St. been light. The shipments For same period In 1930 ____ 399 -will have no legislative sessions concerning financial ntandta
i At $109,236,000 to baby chicks while they are 1 Augustine, and will sow It to grass will begin to be heavier from now For week ending Jan. 10____ 112 next year. their customer; to the IllaYtI

> I still in the incubator. In' the Incubator 1 seed. The Meade-Bach Construction -' on, as the plantings of the spring For same week last year ____ 224 Money and morals are the gen- the city asking him to reconut,
the air becomes filled with Company last year put In 150 crops are about finished. The last First four days this week ____ 87 eral headings under which major a good lawyer to handle their nand

Strawberry Crop Brings/ Total To I'dust particles and dried down, acres of carpet grass and lespedeza of the month should see the move- For same days last year ____ 111 statutes will be written. Of these; to the merchant him ,

Grower of $3,909,000 which become Infected and are Inhaled In Taylor county, and this year ment gaining momentum.It Total to Thursday this week_ 292 money, taxation, appropriation, threatening suit, if he did not I!. <
\ Lat, Scuson by uninfected chicks have ordered 7,000 pounds of Is reported that there were Lettuce debt retirement and public works payment at once. This reply

Dr. E. F. Thomas assistant vet- seed for planting more pasture. 3,521 acres of vegetables plantedin Shipments up to last Sat. __- 318 --dominates. received:
Tho value of Florida's 1930 erinarian with the Florida Experi- The Putnam Lumber Company recently the Everglades!: section at the For same period In 1930 ____ 221 Specifically, the program groups "I received your letter telling
strawberry crop Is estimated by ment Station, recently recommended' mado plans for sowing 500 end of December. These plantings For week ending January 10 72 Itself into five classifications; tax- I had better pay up

/ the United States Department oft fumigating the Incubator to acres of pasture In Dixie county. added to the acreage prior to De- For same week last year ___ 18 ation; prohibition; penal reform; "I am the railroad agent I
Agriculture bureau of agricultural check the spread of this chick mal- cember 1, makes a total of 12,560 First four days this week __ 15 unemployment relief; government and received the letter you r
economics, division of crop and ady. Cleanliness in the hatcheryand CUTTINGDEMONSTRATION acres for the season. Practicallyall For same days last year ____ 14 reform. about the shipment .
J livestock estimates* at Orlando, to Incubator is essential, and a SERIES OF MEAT PROING vegetables planted before De- Total to Thursday this week 333 Taxation is a vital business in "I am the president and (

S 7 have been worth $3,693,000, according maximum of moisture in the Incu- POPULAR WITH FARMERS cember 1 have been harvested or Peppers every legislative hall, but 20 statesIn owner of the local bank and i
,t to the annual estimate of bator reduces the circulation of Infected destroyed by frosts but It Is said Shipments up to last Sat.___ 556 particular are looking next assure you as to my flnai
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r the bureau announced this week well I less than 10 cent of the For period in 1930 _- 175 standing.
', down and dust, as as Gainesville, Fla.-With live hogs that per I same -- month to their lawmakers to do
.
, The total acreage for 1930. according makes the fumigant more effective. relatively low, a series of 3,521 acres planted In Decemberhas For week ending January 10 40 concrete things 'concerning ,it. "As the mayor of the cit
to the report won 8,199 as A wet bulb reading of 85 to 90 de- meat selling demonstrations Is been hurt by the cold. Some I For same week last year __ 13 Fourteen states will consider hesitate to refer you to a lain:

against 5,640 for 1929. The num- grees F. Is desirable at the time cutting with much favor over the growers believe that there are First four days this week ___ 12 prohibition in one or more of its. since I am, the only member 01:

k ber of quarts harvested for 1930 of fumigation. state.meeting The series began In Alachua more than 3,521 acres, as tomatoes' For same days last year ____ 3 vexing phases. Not all the contem- bar in this vicinity. i.

a was 14,175,000, the report statedas The Incubator should be fumigated county January 21, when a number have been planted between bean Total to Thursday this week. 568 plated dlscuusslon, however has to "If I were not the pastor of I
against 12,408,000 for 1929. The and thoroughly cleaned be- brought In dressed car- rows in larger amounts than esti Strawberries do with enforcement or repeal. only church here, I would tell
of farmers
J value of the 1929 crop is given as tween hatches, and then about casses and were shown how to cut mated. Shipments up to last Sat. ___ 8 The matter of prison reform and to .go to hell!" i

N 2730000. three times at eight-hour Intervals them up in the best marketable The plantings as recorded at this For same period In 1930 ____ 33 state policing assumes high Impor- .
6. The value of the principal Flor- during the time the hatch Is com- pieces. Similar demonstrationswere time are beans 2,576 acres, peas For week ending January 10 6 tance in 10 states. In two of them, Orlando Harry P. Lou

ida crops for 1930 Is estimated at ing off. All dry chicks should be held, In Levy county the 22nd, 348 acres cabbage 130 tomatoes For same week last year ___ 10 Kansas and Massachusetts there recently completed new Indus

;r $109.236,000 compared with a val- removed before the second and and others will be held In Taylor 104, peppers 76, potatoes 16, egg- First four days this week __ 7 has arisen a difference of opinionas supply plant.Palmetto .

i % uatlon of $112.105,000 for the crops I third fumigations during the county the 23rd, Jefferson the 24th, plants 33, Lima beans 26, celery For same days last year ____ 9 to the merit of the death pen- R. E. Bradley p'' t
grown in ]929.. This includes staple -I hatch, but the gas does not seem Leon' the 26th, Jackson the 27th, 65, carrots 17, beets six and let- Total to Thursday this week 15 alty for capital punishment once to erect brick and tile building
truck and the
crops crops to moist chicks nor Tomatoes! Lemon for
injure young the 28th. tuce 20.Total Massachusetts would re- avenue new locatlo
and Washington more.
r principal fruit and nut crops. I between the harvested to last Sat.___ 451
eggs. Fumigation The cutting at these demonstra- acreage to be Shipments up peal it. Bradley's Drug Store.
g: Staple Crop. first and fourth days of incubationseems tions Is being done by E. F. War.* during the: spring in the Glades Is I For same period In 1930 -___ 41 In several states, legislatorshave Jacksonville Surveys ord

Staple crops for 1930 'are esti- to lower the hatch. ner, specialist in meat cutting with more than the-3,521 acres planted For week ending January 10 81 been sent to their capitalswith for preparation of plans for
mated to be worth $2 ,625.000. The 'material used to make the the United States Department of In December as many acres were' For same week last year ____ 10 the definite dicta to obtain structlon of bridge across

compared with a valuation of $29- formaldehyde gas Is 40 percent Agriculture, and the meetings have up and growing, during Decemberand First four days this week ____ 36 relief from taxation. The opinionIn Johns river near here, as unit
4 309,000 In 1929. This lower valuation commercial formalin and for each been arranged by W. J. Sheely, some,planting. Is now in prog- For same days last year __ 10 most of the lawmaking centersIs Roads No. 3, 4 and 47.BunnellStandard .
is due partly to lower yields 100 cubic feet of Incubator space 35 agent In animal husbandry, and ress.Cold Total to Thursday this week 487 that any movement toward ex- Oil Co. ei
and partly to lower prices compared cubic.centlmeters of formalin Is the county agents In the seven winds of last week slowedup tensive expenditures even under Ing building on property at co i

t; with year ago. Corn yields were used with 17.5 grams of potassium counties. the growth .of beans, and will CONDEMNED TO the plea of unemployment relief, 1 of State street and Palm avers
below those of last year. Yieldsof permanganate. The permanganate extend for a few days the time of will find in ecenomy exponents a i cost of $5,000.
cotton were unusually high, should be placed in a vessel in picking from the 400 acres in the GET NEW HOUSEState forceful foe.Government. I Plant City-I. M. Allen era

production amounting to 50,000 about the middle of the Incubator, I II I Canal Point and Pahokee district reform lacks the permanent building on his prop

bales compared with the 29,000 and the formalin added. The vessel I I WRUF FARM PROGRAM"The I that was expected to start moving Approves Construction Of "human interest" element of such ., for holding annual Straw ,
bales ginned from the crop of 1929 should be about five times the Voice of Florida" about the middle of January. '$18,000 Building At affairs of state as prohibition and Festival and will lease to Sin
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but the valuation was slightly less size of the mixture so that the ac- I I Prices for beans were approxi- Penitentiary unemployment relief, but it standsout berry Festival Association.

,, due to the low price received fort lutlon will not boil over. The Incubator mately $9 a bushel last Saturday this year nontheless as a prin- -
the crop of this year. An Increased doors should be closed Immediately Gainesville, Fla. Importantfarm and other vegetables were considerably -: Asserting that a condemned cipal business in eight far-flung the most drastic Job. It hope
acreage of Irish potatoes produced and should be opened in topics that touch every sec- higher than early in the: prisoner should not be subjectedto commonwealths. the 60-day session beginning Jij

'1 leas barrels for shipments 20 to 30 minutes, except that still- tion of Florida will be discussed season. a "torture chamber" while Arkansas among the eight, has uary 12, to effect a complete
G and less money than the crop of air incubators should be kept clos- next week from state radio station Beans from the Pompano section 1 awaiting electrocution the boardof organization of Its governor

1929, due to yield and quality being ed for 1 hour. WRUF located here, the Florida were moving and it is expectedthat commissioners of state institu- The consolidation Is contempaJ! :
t injured by the heavy rains dur lIe explained that this fumiga- Agricultural Extension Service has within the next few days there tions approved the construction of dungeons. The attorney generalalso and the abolition of all state e'

ing March and April. For sugar tion only destroys the infection announced. These addresses will I will be a large volume of shipments an $18,000 death and confinement pointed out that the hospitalwas tlve offices save governor, lleutc,
cane and sweet potatoes both yield with which It comes In contact be given during the Florida farm going out. It was reported that'I house at the state penitentiary at not a suitable place for a ant governor and attorney genii
and price were below those of last and Is not a substitute for testing hour which will begin each day at the cold of last week had little effect Raiford.In death chair. Is proposed.

'year. The tobacco crop again the breeding stock for bacillary 12:15: eastern standard time. Theweek's on the crops In this section. discussing the project withC. . .......
white dlrrahea. +- - - -- ------- - ----- -
showed good yield and quality but program follows: Shipments from Martin countyare H. Hammatt of Jacksonville,
brought less money because of the Sat.,, Jan. 24-Florida Farm now going out in express lots. state electrician and engineer, the
W;A lower price received for the bright I TilE UNKNOWN FARMER News and Hints. U. 8. Farm Science Fortunately for this section little board members Insisted that the Strawberry Plants of QualityIn
tobacco. I Snapshots. if any damage was done by the recent six: death cells should be encasedin

Truck Crop. Someone, at a recent meeting of Mon., Jan., 26-Some Soil Prob- frosts and with weather more .tool-proof steel but that plentyof
a For the truck crops the total the national Farm Bureau Federa- lems In the Citrus Belt and How than favorable truck crops have light, heat, and ventilation must
shortest
Solved-H. G. ,, our 51 years aa plant growers this Is the
advanced and in fine
They Are Being rapidly are
valuation for 1929.30 be provided.The complete one-
was $33- tion at Boston, suggested that a S3;
Bill and Abe. The most condition. strawberries I crop of plants we have ever produced Its not over per
? Clayton. New potatoes, -
970,000 with story building, containing forty-
compared $32.818- monument be erected to the Un- ,
cent normal over the entire country. Quality of plants
000 for the season of 1928-29 known Farmer, In order that fit- Profitable Time to Hatch Chicks- celery beans, peppers, egg- two cells!, thirty-six to be used for the
best Into
h Production and values are by crop ting tribute- may be paid to this Frank W. Brumley.Tues. plants, and tomatoes are going out solitary confinement, will be locat- r ever-we are now making shipments you

years since a large part of the I unsung benefactor of humanity.Such ., Jan. jContfolllng To- at this time and it is expected that ed some distance from the hospital section.
10-
Missionary 1000 to 5000, $3.50( thousand;
mato Fruit worms--J. R. Watson. will increase for per
', shipments rapidly
truck crops planted in the fall are a monument may or may not where the death cell and chamber Our
Box. 000( or over $3.23. See our agents and place order.
weeks.
not harvested until after the beginning be erected at some time In the distant Farm Question several are now placed. An exercise court .
i of the following year future. However, the editor Wed., Jan., 28-County AgentsIn Planting of cucumbers, Irish potatoes will also be Included In the plans. catalog Is free for the asking.
? Agents: Brownlee Bros., A. J. Thomas Newsom,
Another Year of Service to Flor- tomatoes -and other Ray
vege-
Beans showed a marked increase of American Farming was movedto "The death house now is nothingbut
ana O. W. Roberts lAwtey Fla. See them and place or-
ida Farmers-J. Francis Cooper. tables for "
In production and value due largely quote a tribute which has been spring shipments are cruel and barbarous, Attor-
u der early to make sure of wants. We will hold order.
Around the Cross Roads Store- under In the Wauchula yuor
to a successful fall crop In the proposed by Mrs. Charles W. Sew- now way ney General Fred II. Davis statedIn
Lake region. An Increased acreageof ell, the wife of an Indiana farmer. James Speed. section and about the middle of' advocating the construction,
strawberries with a fairly good Mrs. Sewell's tribute Is worthy of Thurs., Jan. 20-Raising More March will see the beginning''ot' comparing the "fiat-top cellS" to A. BAUERThe
i Pigs Per Sow-Dr. A. L. Shealy. carload shipments from these J.
growing season accounted for a repetition. Here It Is: '
( Pork the Consumer Wants-Farm plantings. Three cars of eggplantwere
6, considerable increase in product "The unknown farmer lives and 21
Strawberry Plant Man Judsonla Ark. Box
week with smaller Music
tion and valuation for this crop. dies a life 'service for others un- Reporter. shipped last SubstituteNot
Production and price received for heralded and unsung. Legion Is his Fri., Jan. 30-What Experiments shipments of peppers and beans. .... .... ...... ..
3s.. celery and With Top-Dressing Oats Have The fall crop was the largest on WantedNo
were fairly good. The early name. He lives In your county
Shown-W. E. Stokes. Bill and record, more than 1,200 carloads of
tomato season was unsatisfactory mine. He dwells on the plains of ,
1 but later yields and prices were the Texas Panhandle and In the Abe. Small Concerete Work on the fruit and vegetables going out of substitute has quality of
Farm-County Agents Robbtns.FERTILIZING Hardee since last October. -.
better. Spring cucumbers, canta- farthest recesses of the Kentucky S county original.Insist Carter's Little IT .

: loupes and watermelons were be- mountains, TUNG TREES Vegetable Movement Liver Pills-original liver pill
low average In both yield and qualIty "This unknown farmer doesn't - creating free flow of bile and 1

} and brought less money than a amount to much. He doesn't makea Gainesville, Fla.-The best ferti- Beans making you feel bright as two- 1
.3 year deal of noise. He is nel- Shipments to last Sat. __1,253
great to up Ask for Carter's
ago.Fruits lizer for tung oil trees seems bea year-old.: Little
and Nuts dom acclaimed in the headlines. to For same period In 1930 ___- 919 Liver Pills 8a
5-8-4 mixture according recent by name and get '
Fruits and nuts are valued at Public speeches are a bit out of For week ending January 10 16 'i
I tests at the Florida Experi- them. Look for the red bottle.
+u $49,641,000 compared with $50- his line. He files no red flags. He ment Station. For same week last year __._ '67 Resent substitutes. Take

,, 180,000 for the) season of 1929. lives unobtrusively. At electionshe --- First four days this week._ 20 Carter's always. ,a 1'.JTEItn it an actual opportunity to make your
Valuations for the present season votes his convictions. He Is one Listening at a farm radio pro- For same days last year 31 5J1 dollar do double duty Twice as much foe

v are based on December 1 prices I of the great average. gram is a fine way for a farmerto -- 1" your money Is no email matter when you
which differ from the seasonal i "No monument has ever been spend his noon rest period. i consider the well balanced assortment of tandatJ,
prices secured at the close of the! erected to this unknown farmer.He publications which are entertaining instructive, and enjoyable -
J4 shipping season Pecan production i really doesn't figure very big. Construction under way on new BROWNLEE BROS., Starke, Fla. in the widest variety.. We have made it easy
I :' and value are above those of All he does Is feed and clothe the section of State Road No. 4 be- for you-eirnply select| the club you want: and lend of
I bring this
lout ; coupon to our office TODAY.
year
world. tween Korona and Daytona Beach, '
according to Harry Thrasher en- G.: W. ROBERTS, Lawtey, Fla.
SPECIAL CLUB N. A-*
(, gineer for state highway department Prer.mt!.. Farmer. 1 ,..

11i! Hints To Housewives Paving of road No. 19 between Coed Horn! ..Slorlw.Friend. :1 jrMrC ,oar ALL FOR SEVEN ONLY
I ] tl w n< rt ,_. 1 ,..r
i i Perry and Erldu completed. FACTS certified hundreds of AnwrVmn HoBltrr, J..rnal.' 1 jur }
Weekly from Home Demonntra Lion Specialist. Tallahassee I Marlanna Marianna Fruit Co. \ by AND Th. Farm T"Journal'" .HEWSPAPER.', I.y..r $1 .85

v I operates model farm near this city growers prove that.Bradley's Fer. .4 fn C .. 4,,
CITRUS JELLIES a flannel Jelly bag, pour ina kettle olnlng King Furniture company.
B"!:CAL CT.TTB No.. A-4
I and bring to a boll. Then add the Groveland-Grading work In tilizers ("AA I"f.( Pno'try: Jiiurnal, 1 y 0.r
While citrus fruits are plentifulthe 1 pound of sugar for each poundof progress on state highway No. 83, A Reason to Ham I rl. J. I year
housewife should be busy pre-', fruit. Stir until the sugar is leading from this city to ,Jupiter, QUALITY") d1 l N I I:Ic.tm.d 9mm e'Ir.l*f.a/.aonle. ,eu::. 1 >...rtrn ALL SEVENFOR
';+ serving some of these healthglvi i dissolved and boll until the Jellying la Indiantown. pay a bigger ::. d Ptot! : yu ONLY
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ttvincmbcr CountrytFnrmrr" ... }
log delicacies for later use. Jelly point Is reached; that is when the Eustis Lake County Poultry ,Ir .1' ,M: Flmldr' 8r.
la one of the many delicious home syrup flakes or sheets from a spoonas chow held here recently. : profit for every .. AND lrWSPAPER I $1.
products Into which citrus fruits It cools. Pour Immediately Into Plant City-Woolridge Grocery 1"'., .,
can be made. I sterilized glasses and seal. opened at 709 East: Reynolds st. dollar invested. One reason is their .

I' Kumquat Jelly I Take the mashed kumquats remaining Lake City-M. and H. Bakery superb mechanical condition. rr t, >.sine: : .. sta D OOLltitOYflIO.P. '
The Jelly Is made by adding 1 In'the bag add a pint of moved into newly remodeled quar- s .
pound of sugar and 2 pints of wa- water for each original pound and ters In Futch building, fronting 1 This is due to the scientific accuracy ' ,. I. ,I
ter to each pound of kumquats. boll for 15 minutes. Repeat the My park. I a Tk C '*.. .?k EtITO:1.: C.nJ; Carnln No..- '
i Clean thoroughly, and sprinkle above method except adding half and painstaking care used ,

1't. with soda, using 1 tablespoonful of the amount of sugar and another ughly disintegrates about 20 in their manufacture. Nu"
1 # soda to each pound of kumquats. extraction of jelly can be made. minutes. Pour Into a cheeicloth Try Bradley's'yourself e

Cover with boiling water and allowto Sour Orange Jelly bag and press, then re-strain the \t\ and see the difference. I t Tot '
stand for 10 minutes. This Jelly Is made from 1 pound juice In a flannel! bag without -

Pour the water off and rinse of peeled sour oranges 1 pound of pressing. To this Juice add 1 poundof s I .. ". ,St.' _.. -- .d. F. D___
W through three changes of water. sugar, and 2 pints of water. Re- sugar for each pound of fruit .
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Cut the fruit the long way, place It,' move the yellow part of the peel taken .and boll to the Jelly point. Yeargamr.she BRADLEY'SFERTILIZERS I & esa .mag..gDgC I
y in a kettle, with two pint of water from the oranges, leaving the Grapefruit Jelly 4tyq.ekrM
for each pound and boll for 30 white since It contains pectin. Grapefruit Jelly U made the bk
minutes. Pour Into a cheeseclothbag Weigh and cut Into small pieces. same as sour orange except that 7 Bradford County Telegraph
and press until no more juice Add 2 pint of water for each 3-4 pound of sugar U used with I
t jS can be obtained. Strain this juice In pound and boll until the fruit thor- each pound of fruit.
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U 23 1931
JANUARY ,
BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH
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,\ .''' DAILY IU3LB ItEADLVQ teach me for Thou the
., :.':" my salvation; ; on Thee ara do God I wait of 1 I C't dnr Key .Work begun (us t

.. ':<,* & January, 1931 all the ; SUCCESSFUL drilling new test well, one mile dl- 1 ,
t . day.
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I : d To whom should commit .ctly north of Suwannee Petrol'tiir -

r ;: bitterness Rules for and Right wrath Living-Let and all your way? Answer, you read-Psalm I'euBRcolaSouthern No. 1 well. Bell Tele-

anger, 37:5.: HOMEMAKING
1 j phone &: Telegraph: : Co., let con.rnct -

|hf word a lamp unto my feet and a light unto my path.! -Psalm 119:105.: and put away clamour from and you evil with speaking all mal, be January 29 1031 to Barge-Thompson Co., for rr

I .instruction of telephone exchange
r : All religious teaching doctrine ice; and be ye kind one to another, How to Get On-Ask
e2Iprlnnf : or and It :. .
e OHiHUi : creed, if they are to have any claimthe tender-hearted forgiving one another I shall be given unto you; seek and r ,.: "" By GRACE VIALL GRAY liTCMiami Hcach--:Malone Brothers

i love loyalty and devotion of the people munt be in harmony with even as God for Christ's sake shall nnd. Kattnew
r [cachings. of Jesus the Christ whose words fit Into fold and crevice hath ye 7:7.: I ibtntiied permit for construction of
every forgiven you.- -Epheslana 4-: Pre-Leavencd Flour Take Guess-Work Cut of Muffin Bak
r Prayer-Father enable us to
L .Irst unit
human heTHIBdlIAof whom It was said in John 7:46: "NEVER MAN Jl, 32. : proposed $100,000 Ca-

\ IKK LIKE ." Prayer Gracious God seek Thee as the only true sourceof Quick breads. : of which niufllnx ore a lump for vsr Minns. If up IIIUMtir ana Colony. _

keep help and strength. a type, himu, Important place In . one! good. miitllii recipe II;l'fl Mt> ---. ---- __--. _
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SERMON ETTE mtlook for Satan when
we ar back Thy servant also from
2C I i\KKKI-V: presumptuous Who did Christ say was his our meals slnco they net UK an can make mindleH.. vnrlety of P

alone. Stand clad In your full sins; and let them no brother and sister and mother? emergency! Iirvml, and. nro enjoyed 1111I filiI 1'. !Such a linn. I c: recipe| Is an.

T Source of Evilrk est armor when alone." And yet have dominion over me. Answer read-tlatt. 12:46-50. by our fimiillo for their freshness follows' No Substitute for

1'13.21.22.23. Jesus said: What Is the prayer of the peni- ) and variety In tlavor and. texture:- ,

[-, is nothing from without a the strongest spiritual impressionscome tent? Answer, read-Psalm 01: BAPTIST Kurreim with muffins us ullli nil S cups ft,,lf-rlatuai I cup milk Mother NatureOld
flour 4 Ibxp, tnrtteil
1 I that entering into him can to us in solitude. Dr. Lyman 1, 3. other quirk lirpiuM IcpciiiN I", IIlrll'lyn"nn : 8 thsp, sugar ehorti'nlmf; 1

. 't the man. 21. For. from within, Abbott wrote, '"The Infinite always January 34, 1931 Sunday school at 10 u. m. At. the agent: II hilt used!and l and nmoiint the I of method Icnvenlng -1 1 "iiiII'lift Mother Nature hat no substitute hi

a :,,f the heart.of men proceed reveals himself in silence. In the tendance keeping up. of linking.: Acrnnitu nu-asurciiK-tit\ anti monmire the Dour AiM, when aid is needed for torpid, constipated

Ihoughts adulteries fornica- most impressive manifestations of How to Overcome Evil: Be kindly Worship at 11 a. m. and 7:30: p ii'-ii :sod> \ miitrrliil are I1PC"'MlI\rr.! e : M. mill;, mrltcd and. cooled short- liver. That's why Carter's Little !

murders. 22. Thefts covet- power it was the still small voice affectloned one to another with m. with close attention to oven lempornttirp. ,'n I lilt. Rant TlKoriiuxly, 1',air butter 1

0a 4,,33' wickedness deceit, lasciv- that spoke with final authority." brotherly love; in honour preferring Morning 'Social Alms of Jesus." Into wI'II.trl'uIII',1, nuilHii thin, I! Liver Pills are made out of pure yep
To \vlmttMontp. l but lining\ them and link. In table calomel
hrt'lId 11
evil quick ) Starting thirty-two .
an eye blasphemy one another to B. Y. P. U. at 8:30
The ; recompense ;
cBS, Phyical Temptation."Andthe : p. m.
must lip (thoroughly" linked. and free lint liven ((100) dcurces F.) IS |In L'Otnlniites. ;
-' foolishness; 23. All these evils devil said unto him, if thou be no man evil for evil. Provide things Wednesuay at 7:30: p. m. Mid from nil lioiivlnpKs.. Innsinnrli iia This leclpo' niukpH IImnfllnn. I ounces of bile flowing freely, they

[ come come from within and the Son of God, command this honest in the sight of all men. Be week service. mulling dramfor| | their mnVesn thoroughly cleanse body of all waatt.

1t the man. atone that it be made bread. And not overcome of evil but overcome upon the kind nod iiinoiuit of lea v. Now, you ran take f Ihlii foinula- Red bottle. All Druggists Insist M

t ycr. -Create In me a clean Jesus answered him, saying, it is evil with good.--Rornan.i 12:10: 17 PKE;;HYIKKIAN' erring npont used. . Hint Klioiild \bn of lion 1..ll't.. |> nail antler bluehprry or Carter's by name Take Carter'srvrleFl

r 0 God; and renewal right written, That man shall not live by 21. utmost/ Impiirtntirp tn UK In thplrmnklnir. date roconut niulllnii And then I
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ArilVP tlivre lire cereal nniflliin\ ntit tnttr
have
within me.SUNDAV. bread but word of PrayerShow me Thy ways, 0 Services run 1:00,1lIIu1I1nll :
alone by every Sunday, January 25 as line ,,1
every than WP nwke then and French nitillln, nnd I min-
God. Lord; teach me Thy paths. follows: I If \\P use golf-rlnlng: /Hour In making gen you try same' of the fallow lug'
You will notice the "Ifs" in What test did Jesus lay di, '.vfor1 10( a. m. Sunday school J. M. / I them. deltrloun. tutu thus\ : Hy the! power vented In them tk. '
satan'sysuggestions "If thou be the detecting false prophets?' Answer Truhy supC.: Date or Raliln Muffin. I, Hoard of Public' Inatriictinn of HraiW 'i''
Sclf-Hslnir flour I I.* 1H' .I'uVf'nl'.1, ford County, Klorlilit. hereby onlinflection ',
son of God." was Intended to sug- read- Malt 1'1 -20.Janu.&ry 11 a. Morning Worship, ser flour. That I K It H Hour to which lira bnxlc r..I.'iI''lIh' hut lill'I" to be held I *>l:>. 1(1.;(I 1U31. !: t
SCHOOL fourths, cupful' of roil k. Klunr Stark Special': Turn School, lilNirlut,
gest a doubt. But Jesus assume mon by the pastor. flip linkingpowder' mid, unit have two- 1
No. ,
3 ft llrndford County to ..
cU>
LESSON 'I 23: 1931: teen added. . In the thirds cup cfioppi-d, and, pilled l r- ,?
that fact and replied "It.is writ 6:30 p.. m. Christian: Endeavor, proper' iirnimr-' mine whether or ahull ra
Vans Till" roinhlnlnji of the main lnlen or rnlxlim and, ii'.Iii to hatter, rflv MnmpNon I,::rllfttlhrf.I ; Helmut
l ten. Forty days fasting and in- Giving and Getting--Give, and topic, "What My Denomination Ingredients, of uiuulni makes hitlc- If you ilkI'll Htti'ftcr, dote. muttln IMMrlct No. 13 of I1r,,.I ford. County /
creasing hunger would cause food it shall be unto Means to the World. Leader sill, one-fourth to he coimoUditltxl. with them >.
given you; good I"B .hw>li and,I puny for II*. All cupful' more miiKiir. elect three 11'''.'... and dxtormln
t tfOtt JANUARY 25, 1931 to be a temptation, but Jesus quoted measure pressed down and shaken Miss Carrie Uglow. that Me hove to do l III to add. the For" variety anl.-half Cupful\ \ flnoly the amount of nilllimo to l>., HxHexxxdaicaliikt h Y,

from Deut. 8:3: "Man doth not together and running over shall 7:30: p. m. Evening worship song exit:/ or "1fII! I the milk and, the fat chopped citron and"-fiiiulleil. cherries Irt..t.Fur. the mild vunnolldutnd dn-

ubject: Jesus Tempted. live by bread only but by every men give into your bosom. For and sermon. and then we have our mullln luifter. date inny he used limtend of the' the purpose of hnldln* *s M y

word that proceedeth out of the with the same measure that ye Choir practice Wednesday eve Not only linn the chemist done or raisins nftlnn .1<'. A. "Mttott A. J. Thnmo..

)lden Text: "For in that he mouth of the Lord doth man live." mete withal it shall be measuredto ning Immediately after prayer this act-unite (little-tilt tank for ua Its.. biinle Coconut recipe,Muffins omit. shortening Ii.and A.10.Flitch K, P,.are rym nppntritrd n, Clerk mnnaffer If

t (elf hath suffered being tempts II. The Temptation of Ambition you again.-Luke 6:38.: meeting. by combining, ; the flour and leavenIng and. add one-half cupful shredded' H. 1>. MAT

is able to succor"them that -"And the devil taking him up Prayer.::.. 0 Lord, our God. Thou Prayer meeting. Wednesday at der In MH correct direction proportions the hilt un- coconut. These are\ bad baked In A.Secretary.T. CmiFKIS. Chutrinao.l-'- 'tIljr -!-.. 4'

tempted. Heb. 2:18.: into an high mountain shewed hast taught us that he who soweth 7:30 p.- m. flour ban been !sifted and Reir-rlslng mixed together tiny greased mutllii floe .no that you -

4 canon Text: Luke 4113.: ._ unto him all the kingdoms of the bountifully. Ever may we manifest A cordial invitation to all I our by machinery for 15 minutes have about 24 small. ones. 15o'ru'a

4c rlpture to Be Read: Luke 3:21: world in a moment of time. II this spirit in all human re services extended to all. which means. that we have Jam Muffin -
Use 4'
Imnlc .
recipe and] stir In the power! vested In thorn" Ike
::30. thou therefore wilt worship me all lationships.What TEVERGREEN. our principal Ingredient, flour, four tablespoonfuls raspberry jam Hoard of Vuhllp Inntructlon of Hr*.*. 41

entral Truths: Jesus was really shall be thine." makes the child of God se baking powder and malt sifted for strawberry jam or any oilier desired ford County, Florid I ,, hereby ralta

pted to do wrong; temptation, It seems true that satan can cure against fear and evil 7 Answer im elves.as we RecauHo could never sift them our- Jam. an the election depot In to Hatnpnon be held'lty Feb. In It.lamp.Itai.

and evil can be overcome; the furnish much of this world's pleas- -read Psalm 91:5: 6, 9, 10. finer of this we get Poppy 8..d Muffin. Non Pperlal Ti Hrhnol District Ne... .
,
grain mufllna. ,
his Mr. V. A. Iao.h Cor. Use basic recipe, and sprinkle, 13, to determine whether or ...(
method for overcoming temp- ures to; entertain and seduce r I find It beat ti> have a standard. Sumption Spedfil. Tax Hrhonl District ,
oa followers; but most of those who January 26, 1931 muffin recipe which can be used alI poppy seeds over the top.llonnrhokl No. 13, shall consolidate wit* 4a
. Mel.i>.. Iwtt/.4. "It ark. Special'! Tax School nintrlrt
ime of Lesson: A. D.. 27, place have traveled with him have known Fruitage of Secret Prayer-But C. A. Pringle and R. S. Rosier No. a of Mradford County to elent.
of Judea. of sin Is death three t Mint era and determine Ike
ilernesa that "the wages were visitors to Green Cove I
thou when thou prayest enter in- Crescent City-Equipment and issued for $8,500 to cover construction I amount or Mill.... to he annum** 4 /
himself claimed to havee at last most of his
Satan and that pleas
Springs Saturday. uralnxt held consolidated ,
district
to thy Father which Is in secret; men arrived tobegln construction and improvements to t
powers over the kingdoms of ures "biteth like a serpent am Mrs. Jack Brown and Mr. Littleof for the pur".... of holding _!I. 'L
and Father which seeth in sec- 1"
thy concrete Dunn
on bridge across Plaza Marina concession on muni- etnctlon the following are appointed
world (Luke 4:5: 6)). Threees stlngeth like an adder." Such was ret shall reward thee openly. For :Maxville spent Monday of last Creek on Highway No. 3, 1C miles cipal pier. Fnunnicer. J. U Wynn ... Vnrnee, 1

Jesus called him the princes the reward here offered by satan your Father knoweth what thingsye week with B. E. Rosier and moth- west of here. Clerk I'lHiide Brown and Hocan ample .
Construction completed new
world. Paul spoke of him power riches worldly glory. have need of, before ye ask him. on 51. D. MAT
the prince of the powers of the But Jesus said, "Get thee behin er.Mrs.. J. S. Rosier was visiting her Ocala-Broadbent ConstructionCo. Federal building. A. J. cmiPFIS. ) Chalr_.. 'f
-Matt. 6: 6, 8.PrayerTeach. received 8..r.t.ry. ...
contract for l6tt {
of the spirit that now worketh me, satan: for it is written Thou us to commune daughter, Mrs. Willie Reddish Sat- paving West Palm BeachBuilding per.

the children of disobedience' shalt worship the Lord thy God with the King of all power and urday.B. extension of Main street. mite Issued here for year 1930 totaled ,",OTI('.

ph. 2:2): ). Having this character and him only shalt thou serve." The riches. E., J. E. and J. Q. Rosier were St. Petersburg-Building permit $547,748. I -

1 these powers"Satan Is at this rewards for such worship and ser visitors to Starke Saturday I In Circuit Court, Tired for 4 Couetr,
How were the wise men of the I.ICKWMOU Ur.I'O"T FOIL IIH4 IIFOIIO OH'NTY l 1<'lorl e working havoc with humanIn vice may seem delayed but are certain East directed to the birthplace of Mr. and Mrs. Will Kersey attended Alfred DeVoto
the Individual and in the so- to come to those who accept church at Union Saturday. Report nf LIcenneH Issued by the Tnx CollnrtftiiliipUcHtHM of which Complainant
Jesus Answer, read-Matt. 2:1-: have been fluid. with the County ,Jiiilx; for th. period\ l>rirlnnlnK on the ".. 1
1 group." and follow Christ. 10. Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Rosier and lint day of November, A. D. 1V30, and ending on the 3ttth day uf ,Nuv.ni> Arthur W. Tohey, et al.

esus was baptized by John when III. The Temptation to Succeedby children B. E. Rosier, Mrs. J. S. ber, A. D. 1830. Defendant.,

was 30 years old which'was thee Wrong Methods.And he January 27, 1931 Rosier and Frank Crews were visiting
[ at which the priests took up brought him to Jerusalem and set Mr. and Mrs. Roy Saunders of .-........Uo.. y ,
19 Mm. W. U Phllan..VendlnaMachine 11-3-80 10-1-81 1SOU 7.0 It having been made to !
ir work in the Jewish of the temple Guard Your Thoughts-Finally, and Mrs. In appear PC
: church. him on a'pinnacle Maggie Forsyth Jack 90 Starke Telephone worn atndavlt filed In above entitled
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fter his baptism Luke ((3:22) and said unto him, If thou be the brethren whatsoever things are sonville Sunday. Cu ___T..I..phon. System .. .10-1-311 I 111.111 1440 710 mime by attorney for complainant d A
whatsoever are honest, 91 W. B. PrvVnTI__.Cafe _ __________-__111.1.311 111.1.11 6.00 1.110 that the defendant! Annie U... f
s: "And the Holy Ghost des- Son of God cast thyself down true things Mrs. R. S. Rosier spent Tuesdayof 82 Deo. A. Anderson .liursge, __ __ ________10-1-311 10.I-aI '0.110 11.011 don le I over the and-
ded in a bodily shape like a For it is written, He shall give his whatsoever things are Just what last week with Mrs. Willie Red 93 fully Anna. Cute..(''',. _ .._ _. ___ .10-1-30 10..3. 11.00 1.60 that the .. .I 1.OfJ r yearn Uordoaand 1 a
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things are whatsoever 94 M. I* Johns ._M.rch.1 _101.30 'U.I.Iaflll\ 1.1'011 Namiiel (lahrlel Gordon are enoa .4each
'e upon him and a voice came angels charge over thee to keep soever pure, 85 Mr.. J. P. Dickinson under' the use of 21 ysar..nd' that "

m heaven which said, Thou art thee: least at any time thou things are ,lovely whatsoever II dish.Mrs.: C. A. Pringle and children Holllnaii-_.M.rchant _______.10-1.311 10.1.31 300 160 of the above named defendant.

beloved Son; in thee I am well dash thy foot against a stone. And things are of good report; if therebe were visiting her sister, Mrs. Maggie ft P.worthReal C. Fstete "roker .10-1.30 101.31 10.00 II 00 are City residents of Hoi-ton of Plate 68 Venway of Masiachesetts In tk*. e

used." "And Jesus being full of Jesus answering said unto him. It any virtue and if there be any I Forsyth in Jacksonville Sun 97 F. C IloilingaBunt: Shoe nepalr __ ; that the residence of each .f
think on these things' worth _ _____- -----------10-i-80/ 10-1.31 11.110 I.IID the defendants Arthur W. t
Holy Ghost returned from Jor- is said, Thou shall not tempt the praise 'I day. 95 Joe Collins -_..P"ddJ.r NNNN. .111-1-11"" 10-1-31 t'rlppl..1 Marirnret! U Toliey, flattie K. Tobey Tobey., ,,'
and was led by the Spirit into Lord thy God." Philippians 4:8.: e> 99 W T. Turner ___l\oI..r..hant\ _ _______10-1-30 10-1-11 300 1.I'oU Martin Louis Frit 7."hn, Christina a
Lord keep our thoughts 100 F. W. Casern ___?.I',, : wilderness. This wilderness It is said that from the top of Prayer- Marianna-Sen. Milton set out 101 Mr.. W. ,1. Toole _'al" _ _-________.10-I.sO 1 111.1-31 5.00 1.1'00 Mnrirnret M.' 'Hlntson, Mary 10. Duewan -.
s 'and Is "a long narrow diet one side of the temple to the bot- wholesome our minds clean and 5,000 tung oil trees recently on loa If. n. Purvis __.M.r..hant _ _______"'-1.0.. 111..31 Wer, v.t. lei h..l M. Abbott, William U. N
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lot Henry .10.1.311 10-I.U 3III 1.1'011
Boyerf.rehant
Cameron i
hearts Jeremiah A.
ct, thirty-five miles north and tom of the cliff on which it was our pure. his' land located between here and 104 May Service Sta.I1..ra.( ______. .__III-I.SII 10-1-31 10./1" 11.1111 1C. haw, Charlnlte A. Carey Krnmarson.Albert_.
nth and ten miles east and west built was about 700 feet almost How are the steps of a good man Blue Springs. 105 T. T. Hlakburn M..hant _ ________.10-1-30 10-1.31 300 1.511 I U. Will and C, I). Wills, Is uaknown -
directed? Answer read-Psalm 37: ion Win. l B. Walls, Jr.P..ddl.r __________13-3-311 10-1.31 War V.t. and that deponent believe. ;
ng along the western side of the straight down. Jesus refused to Miami Beach-Marmal Holding 107 I* D. Taylor ..- .ltarber' hop 10.1.5(, $0.1.31 ) I'ltch of paid defendants to be
ad Sea.-This is one of the use his supernatural power to advance 23, 24. Co. obtained building permit for 108 Mrs. B.: K. Jones ::.Merchant :: ::::- ::::0.1.50 10.1-St H d ) HKe uf II years] that deponent ev.rShe fr)
100 John ftefre Merchant _ _ ____10-1-30 10.I-at 8.00 1.1111 liolluvps unknown nefvndante.
eat and dreariest his interest and construction of $10,000 archwayand ..... _ _____ the
regions in all personal January 28, 1931, 110 It. a Wasdln .Merchant .10-1.311 10.I.U 500 1.1'01) airs and. rnsldenne of etch of whose
111 A. U KahrMerchant _ _...__101.80 10.I.at .00 1.1'00 4
i land. "It is said Thou store building on Collins ave In unknown claim hy .
said to satan through or
111 M. B. Itedd ,__--Uarage __ _________10.1.30 10-1031 10.\10 6,00We.leo. under. the known defendant
Being forty days tempted of shalt not tempt the Lord thy God"Then The Omniscient Guide-'l'he Stepsof nue.Contract them. That there In no or samear I le
devil, And In those days.he did : the devil departed a good man are ordered by the let to Shore-Line Builders A. Clanllner. County' Judas, and O, A. Knight Tux Collector the mate of Florida, the service person or r
of said county do certify that the foregoing IM oorrert.liven .
t nothing; and when they were from him for a season." But often Lord.-Psalm 37:23.: Inc., for construction of six ( under our hands and oltldul Haul of County Judge, thin tat day either iinptiena of said upon defendant. whom would, and. bin tha g

led, he afterward hungered. A ho returned to tempt Jesus as he Prayer-O my God, I trust In miles of sea wall for Tocobaya of December. A. U. 1U30. dlllirent. inquiry, has been i>rnn"inute.. %
(IBO. A, flARTHNICIt. County Juilve.
,tftr navs. "We treat Thee. Lead me in Thy truth and Country Club, for bid of $400,000. !. i : by deponent to ascertain the names
often A
must be on the will you. --4' KNUIHT.) Tax 1'ollerGd.. '.orI'.. and resilience. of each of eal4, -
------ --- - - - ---------- defendants, and that the, came are i iVIS
-------B r"McMantts: : herein specified. a* particularly. m* ,1
) J' known to .
DOROTHY) DARNIT Thnthe; land nlinvfI.'J In this

Y suit Id, the Went half of HouthweMquarter '
I'M IKONHEAO nf Northeast quarts an*
MH. ANO I
I Ac4'? ORDERS YESA MRSR Huli ME DDNT eliIRQUIT North half of Northwest. quarter and I
<
;U-T.E DOSS RASA1 SEE I d .
ANT TO THE
CALL 5 SS0004T ( Koutheast quarter of N..rthwe
MORNING ? IRoNIIEAD W11.1 I Ii ,
CRouCrVON-TMl quarter and Krnctlonitl HouthWAMtijtttirtiir
e
\ IN AND SEE IF MMP' THIS MORP.IPK; AND i IDo TELL ME MEI ije4TI 1I1 In Set"Ion !a|.1, Ttiwnshoe. ,
LL CO; ME .i1 WANT TO SEE I I KNOW) y1TTtR 7 South HuliKe, JIU Mud. Cerise 1 ,
"!a ANY TILING foR i tl.r.lrom lot Ii; all lit lirndfor i
HIM. SO DON LET HIM L j To 00 -
That the relief caught In said
1 N OR YOU ARB still I In fori'vloeitre ofinortKanre llene
FIRED tiy complainant: over the said litnd. !,
/
and avalnst, the IUI.r.., of each oil
.,. defendant, therein
I WATT It Is therefore ordered that tke V
eald defendant and each of the..
and their heirs, devisee. grantee..
I 8 and .11 other claimant' hy throne.
or under each of them, tie and are '
.H 0 hereby required| to appear, before ,tl P
: the above entitled .court in the y
S day of February, A. It. lr' : -
bill of complaint now on file a** 1
LI you In the above entitled cause: ." t
[[ the Bradford County T.Iasrsph anewspaper
'. published In Bradford..
C County: Florida. , 1* hereby deelgnated ,
I a* the newspaper In which title 1
older shall ... published once .
week for 4 consecutive ", ."It..
Witness the Honorable' A Z. Ad.
kin ae Judge of the above named
.A ..court and the .....1 of could Court lathe ,

w.. .et C.Qle Okfl11S. City of Hlarke Kradford County
r lor Ida. this 31t day vt December
A. V, U"
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AL.DKRMAN
I Clerk Circuit Court Hradfor.'.*

""THE MAIN THING OIN lIAINSTmr"uJ By L.: F.I, Van Zelm WA'tfJnily
__ ___ Complainant' Mollcltor
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EIGDT BRADFORD COUNTY TgUOBAPn. STABKg FLORIDA FRIDAY, JANE U Afly
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Many large plants In the state I Sion I OtJber.shipments will be made tral FloridU1 being

t4 Bradford County Telegraph. 'ar#.canning grapefruit Juice( ud< from time to time.-T1mee! -Union. ented on the state board treJ1
PAY THIS DEBT OF HONOR NOW now a large cfenmery' company: la o

'It f'*: Established 1877: going to' use pure Bradford count The: Village Hotel ----o. _

TO OUR WAR VETERANSATLANTA strawberry Juice fo* flavoring Ice (Carrollton (Mlaa.) Conservative) Highly Gratlfyu,

1 Published Weekly on Fridays and Entered as Second Class cream and so forth. Starke will Small-town hotels of the "bowl (Palatka Dally NCW.J
( GEORGIAN) blossom forth with the nly and pitcher" type have been ob- The
Matter at the Post Office at Starke, FloridaE. likely action of the state
strawberry Jules canning plant la jects of criticism and ridicule on partment In authorizing row(
.. Owner and PublisherJ. Times-Union. the of certain of their the
S. Matthews - ' - the world part guests completion of state
Justice not charity demands the payment of the vet- hlghm,,
C. Robinson __ - .. _. _______..______ Managing Editor from time immemorial. But most 28, the' Lake City-Bunnell h
erans' bonus now. Fred Eberhardt, publisher of the of them prabably furnish the best Route, was most highly .

SUBSCRIPTION RATE Now is the time the veterans'' urgently 'need the assist- defunct Tallahassee State News, accommodations they can under to the large delegation BTaU that
has announced. his candidacy for the circumstances.
peared at Tallahassee
which the immediate settlement ofthis just debt would
Yearly, $1.50; Six Months, 75c-Payable In Advance ance governor. lie proposes to eliminate Travellers who are accustomed the Interest of this project yesterdaJ

Advertising Rates on Application give them. the greater part of our" state to the'> conveniences and comfortsof ,The road department
And the dictates of common sense reinforce the demands tax on real estate without burdening the best city hotels expect too have promised more rouj a/
other* sources of taxation.: much when they happen to 'be than it
justice Because now is the time when the! whole country broke a precedent to authorize
the show windows. Starke Telegraph. Which, of obliged to put'up-at a village hostelry
Dress up would benefit by the large amount of money which the pay- course, Is all bunk. To do so would hard-surfacing the road in of the west en

a ment of the veterans' bonus would quickly put into circula- be to cut out all or most all of governmental As a reminder of this fact, a brought Joy,open out of session AM!

Ltttlefork is in Koochiching county, Minnesota. tion. expense. Bronson country town hotel-keeper in Ark ranging with the Federal gloom by
Journal. ansas Is said to have Bu
x placed signs
o We acknowledge the justice of this debt when our rep- 0 Iin'all his rooms, as follows t of Roads to grade the east end

! Clara Bow does not like the; song "Daisy's Won't Tell." resentatives in Congress passed the adjusted service bill overa The llnotyper on the GainesVUl "This ain't the Waldorf-Astoria. the the'route federal under emergency the rovlslOlll,

o presidential veto nearly seven years ago. Sun took liberties with one of Harry If it was it wouldn't be here. You The Federal Bureau, through relief It! ]
the inside for window snop-- Brown's leading editorials concerning ain't; J. P. Morgan. If you was !
All the attraction is not on this service cooperation further estab
By legislation() we, provided adjusted certificates Congressman Green and you wouldn't be here. We know the truth of the
adage II
(. ;Y pers. I for all veterans of the great war below the rank of changed conservation project to this hotel /is on the bum.' Well, how cloud.,has a silver lining that tor

o major in the Army and lieutenant commanderIn, th .Navy. conversation project. He was more about yourself national distress in this mate

''t This country will never,go -wet' until. the' bootleggers, are. The certificates,constitutes twenty-year.,endowment poli- Starke than half-way Telegraph right. Yes,at Congressman that.1- This Section-+-"Fare-Well- in 1931 made was responsible quickly: available for funds

y ; willing. cies. They vary in amount according foAthe'veterans''' ages, Green's ability ail a conversatlonallst Rood Budget wise could not have been that 0 ee

v''p'': _- ". . . length- of service and service overseastor:2flhtfmfe. :,: .. : The>aver: has made "him valuable as (Gainesville Evening News.) procured. Work will be aft

n Tampa papers are worrying over the ,dangerous curves I age amount is $1,012. '' . conservationist.'Bronaon' Jour- Alachua, Levy and Marion counties to many who are out of emplmenttbn4'
caahnake, nal. thanks to W. A. Shands, mean: in that city. Holders of these certificates annual loans. upon o-- -
of
ber of the state road department the state
o them, either from the Veterans"' Bureau or from banks. ,I'..It'stoo, late ''for a. Christmas from the second'congressional district completed without further

First week in April has been suggested as "Know your How badly the veterans, need the assistance which the present, but for a New Year's gtf has fared well In the budget I lay.!* '
a reduction in the electric rate for roads to be'constructed during Commissioner W. A.
dimple week." redemption of these policies now would provide is shown by would be appreciated by local'con.; 1931. Gainesville, ,"further proved Shandj.1 him

:t 0 the fact that most veterans are taking cash for their certificates sumers.Starke, Telegraph., It Outstanding on the program for' 'a friend of the route, when he s

Perhaps the'small counties'will'get a few "breaks" from every year instead .of holding then} for their final redemption costs money"to supply electric,service -i ii i this year, from the point ,of this gested tha); ,the.road depar

: I ., value. ,.. ., i but'itdoes'seem: as though immediate vicinity is the rebuild- end the ,uspenae: by prompt i
ui the next. ]legislature, . ,, .y* a lower,rate'could,be put into_ef-: Ing of.state. road No._13, from lion; Mr/,Sbands', despite the t tthat
4 -----0' Loans on 2,523,000 policies had been: made by the Vet- feet.-and by so doing"more "Juice" Gainesville,through Waldo, to the the section-ot -the'roadly I

Good'resolutions] surviving this'long can be packed away eran's Bureau up to November 1, last. ;'JJow# '.,many-other: loans would be sold, and the. towns like Santa Fe River. This 'road is to 'within his district had already b

' ? have been made by banks can only be estimated. ' Jasper and Starke benefited.--Jasper be put In first'class, condition. built, has staunchly stood for ticompletionTof
; ; for the next,.season.. ..' News! Next in line comes the raising, : the entire roadj
'
.0 Our head servants at Washington'have repeatedly] admitted .-"---O- ,. widening and resurfacing of the that Its primary purpose of I fu

I, Weather reports" 'these ,days "shquld'be'I' ] placed] under a the economic widom of large expenditures for public Turkeys are getting down to the nil across Orange Lake, betweenIsland fishing 'short route from the I La

r ,. works to reduce ,unemployment, increase c osumption{; stabilize white bacon class.-Starke Tele- Grove and Citra, the build City gateway to the sea might\
'
"Believe it or Not" heading., graph. Sure are*When they can be Ing of a new road between Melrose accomplishediossmlesloner

0 production and encourage a general xevival: of business. bought at less-,than! 20 ,cents per and Keystone Heights., puttingthis George B. HIUi]

Quincy has reduced.' ( its.fUdini. scale] .of electric .powef As its contribution. '"the:;Federal, MC I '''GoveftriffiefitL.'nqw.iu'J . i ;? :l11i I pound.-Bronson.irJournpL'\ Well, popular report> wittalnl95 I1nU' l,a' Jacksorvi11erepresenting;
I } rgaged the ) we paid 4O cent a pound for ours of GainesvllleWthe'resurfacing1 of
upon greatest prOgranV.of watr. v harbor flood"control. state af large has also
y. 8
fates cents 5'
from 7 "to cents ?
.. .- '11, ",:>" { -' -:,," ,.-. ,<,' , public building, highway 'airway'improvement' in and so did everybody else la' thl the slippery road between Mica- squarely for the early comple
-.0'. vicinity' all our history.'J get 'oem'for less than'20 cents 14 .frdni Newberry1 to the
t Cutting the summer's supply of ice from lakes will never per Ernest ,Graham, representing t
State and municipal goV'e'm' f rii supplementfng{ this pound; and'''we'll make believe it'. Gainesville district line,- the com Fou District, Chairman Ben

be a winter pastime in Florida., .,- > federal, program by building of.their own-all for'Christmas or Thanksgiving ,again. pletion _of.. state'., road ,NoJ 13'la and Commissioner Mallie Hi
programs 'i-New Port Press. ,'Levy county, the
r. .,0. I.I VI, Richey apd taking over offered no obstruction to the
; ]p
Some' pictures would make the screen get hot enough to the purpose of helping men out,,of work:! :to'J get'work: : helping] ''V -0, i -----I H- for upkeep of the road between for early action their acqule

i smoke if they were not fireproofed. workers to hold their'jobs' helping to"provide: a market for 'Gene S. Matthews, owner of state road No,2 and Worthington signifying their deep interest 1

: the products of agriculture, commerce and'i labor, and helping the Starke Telegraph and former Springs.Another ,, immediate the welfare of.the group of an '
r \ r-O" road of interest' -
,
I : ; ; to revive business. speaker, of the' Florida house ot counties that are affected
?* They're still arguing' over'whQi started the ''war.There'sno representatives,', has been chose is the straightening of Putnam county must feel
( United States
These public :works are needed. Equally needed is the as chairman of the railroad -commission Highway and state
over which nation ended It. \ road No. 2 as }Jt passes throughthis pecially grateful Commission
immediate assistance which the payment of the veterans'bonds succeeding. S. Wells, Hills and Shands,' for'' the rood j
This
city. highway will be
o who died recently. Mr. Matthew;
now would provide for our defenders with the colors straightened undoubtedly in direct competitl
baa so that traffic from
been
a'member of the
Gainesville News commie-
Evening heads a column "Oh, These in the the north will to others serving their home clt
great war. pass along Ninth
Mon for years Is thoroughly familiar -
Women. But what can you do about it?, street, the Jacksonville and Galnesv
University of Florida
Let us pay, this debt of honor.and meet; the demands of with the duties of the office. and on south, without the' Their course all along has b
o The neceseUY'Of
appointment gives general sat-
justice. ,, going through the business such as to remove any suspici
k According to an exchange swimming was inauguratedby yj Isfac.tlon.-Kissimmee Valley Ga )
that for selfish reasons they wo
.
Let us enable the veterans to put this vast of zette. district' of. the city. The building
a Scotchman because of two existing factors'-rivers and into sum money of this new piece of pavement will seek to block such an Imports|
'' circulation NOW and obey the dictates 0-
) common s nse. enterprise.
come
toll bridges. solely from federal
Congressman R, A. Green must funds,
w.. o By going quickly to ,the assistance of the veterans we be planning to run for governor or With the exception of engineering,. Putnam' county certainly leaned
shall help the entire which the state furnishes. a lesson in the value of com
household of the nation that they offered ,penator/ or some other office thanblat ,
An armored tank capable of making 75 miles an hour i ia their all in the great war to defend. which he now capably, fills, This year the. state of Florida' eration from the happy outcome

now being manufactured for the government in war and Chi- judging from the way ha is bombarding will receive from the federal government ' the mission to Tallahassee. Ew
the outside his nearly two million dollars political faction every Inte*
cago in peace. $15 a day. This plan, Kansas district with newspapers publicity matter. for highway construction and it is i worked to get Ithls road built t

l 0-- \ I From Other Pens I thinks, eliminates professional pol There Is one -very noticeable and stipulated that this money must I the shortest period of time. TJe!

;; Realtors association say we will have better times it we I IIt's IUclans.Florlda'TlmeaUnlon.. creditable) thing about the congreseman's be used 'to as nearly as possible combined efforts accomplished n
ba
complete and suits that would otherwise
straighten the United
o
behave. publicity campaign and
Another of will I
way saying we have to behave until States highways In the state. been unattainable. It was mad
Times-Union states a good mechania that is that he pays first-class postage
better times. nice to be The new road that If this same con
loved.ApopkaChief. will be an invaluable very plain
I should be able to take every; on the matter he sends out
Don't put It in asset In handling the munity of existed here i
writing.The
huge crowds purpose
o squeak out of a car except the one Instead of using his franking privIlege -
Civic organizations of the county are due Road Commlsaloner' -p from the back seat.-Starke Tele- as nearly all others do.-Pun- that will throng the new football all times that ,Putnam count.
stadium without fc
next falL would forward
1931 girl refuses to close her graph. >"Should" la a good word. ta Gorda Herald. move
Bill Shands of .Gainesville a vote of appreciation for eyes while being: klued.StarkeTelegraph. But most of 'em don't get all thee o For the first time since the state terruption to its goal of expu

services rendered.,, Or when somebody els other squeaks.-Bronson Journal. Some newspapers are wonder road department waa created cen- slon and success.

o s being kissed for that matter o ing why Congressman Lex Green -
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> People are said to be suffering ,from lack of food in Ar- Bronson Journal..-o-.. The' Tarpon*" Springs judge who Is furnishing them with news of '
imposed'a fine himself what he Is doing in Washington,
: on of. ten
Ii kansas. Now if' Arkansas had been in China or India, help The Bradt County Telegraph' dollars and ten days'In jail,,was at ,. even though they are not, in his
+ could be secured without BO much delay. which has a reputation for finding least willing $'take' dose of his district Green Is the hardest The ,MIRACLE of

o I things out first says the 1931 girl own medicine/: -Perry' News.. .But working congressman Florida basIn .
i refuses to close her eyes while beIng he suspended the, jail sentence, and Washington working all the
Tampa! attorney says real estate pays 60 percent of our kissed.-Apopka Chief. made his fee out of the fine time for the state:as a whole without .

taxes, automobiles 28 percent and other property 12 percent. -i O-i "'* ' 0"* .. regard to district -lines, and .

And some property pays little or nothing. The 1931 girl refuses to close bet U'&-''dreadfully obsolete to be perhaps some day he ,will ask
eyes when being kissed.-StarkeTelegraph. kicked Florida citizens to send him to '
by af( I mule these days.-
jy o
That Is because she !is Times-Union. But Tallahassee as governor.-Starke
+ Inverness Chronicle' editor may' be listed among the a 1930 won or else you have too painful.-Starke Telegraph.none the What less Telegraph.,. We would like to sea

'i 'missing shortly following his statement that blonde is just much mustache.-Delray Beach they're really driving at, we' think, Florida have our friend Lex Green
Hammer. for governor. You could never find
I an' obsolete, word for light-headed brunettes. -. Is that kicks comes In bottles and a better. But what would we do
cans: nowadays( and Is commonly
"k o' Any motorist who follows direc called 'ahlne.-UmaUlla Tribune.We'll for a congressman?. Macclenny .,:.

The tire alarm system should have a board at the fire dons of a "curve" sign on state A.n.- Press.

station showing from what road No. 23 near Grandin la much bet dollars to doughnutsthat -oCongressman
the
4 point alarm and
was given, more likely to land In the ditch : Congressman Lex Green Lex'Green must be
another dozen boxes scattered abouTthe town. than In Palatka.-Palatka Daily State Senator King have theireyes and planning to ,move down into the .
News. first district the ha Is
I way sending I
o on a position of state-wide
I out publicity stuff to In this
-0 -- papers
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J. II. Benjamin widely known in the newspaper offices importance Palmetto News. section. Or ha
maybe figures
Ii The 1931 refuses to Each now holds of on
girl close a position statewide
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of the state as "Uncle Ben, has been mlsslnasince' last of .her, eyes while being kissed importance and Is rendering that congressman-at-Iarga 'job.Leeeburg .-

October and a search has been instituted for him. Starke (Fla.) Telegraph. How did Mrvtc"-ofllItate.wtde; benefit; Commercial. Or something

k o you find out Bra Robinson?-CarroUton Gainesville. :Evening News.p bigger. Have you noticed
I that ba pays poetage on such matter
There are three big fairs scheduled in Florida during out for (yourself.Miss.) Conservative. Find The '""t;,:'- using his frankingprivilege One penny invested at4 '

February-the month tourists will Bradford County Telegraph I only for real official business. TIME
u begin to think
of return- ---oCongressman tells of a horse 'running away witha : Gainesville 'News. per cent compound interest
Wa
must not
ing home-and they will carry back with them the memory the Green can only ask wagon o Starke's main business forget that some of our officials when William the Norman ......,"",.,...__J iiiiiiiiii
Vet's Home to come to Florida, street '
t of the many wonderful exhibits early this weak. That's are
really
public servants and not conquered England would
jutting him in the
position of a news In this, day and time all '
just jobholders. And
o father who has no control over his but Congressman amount to a staggering
rights we've been sum
One badly needed section of roadway to be rebuilt children. Gainesville Evening waiting to Green is one of the former, and no '
I this of
News. hear a wagon running away doubt will some day be rewardedfor today. Of course, none of
t year is the road from the Bradford county line to Gaines- - with a horse A man has bitten a the conscientious performanceof us can wait nine:centuries
." ville. Alachua] county built this road dog, already.-Gainesville Evening his official duties.-Crescent
years ago at a' time 1931 will be the year for super News. to become wealthy but even
when only local traffic used it and it ititlous people-three tailIng City Journal. '
was good enough for Fridays o In a few years' time steady .
o ; "
,, the purpose. Now that it is a link of highway between Jack rear.on-Starke the 13th day during the Congressman Green has started There will be lots of people eatng saving at interest mountsr,, :-,. ''
sonville and southern points it has Telegraph. And others something with his campaign to strawberry Ice : ,
gone to pieces under the not superstitious have cream during higher and ,
may a higher An ;
compensate slave'owners account r'
and their
the coming weeks that will be ., .
pounding of" heavy traffic and needs good break too at extra .
to be rebuilt to meet that.-Bronaon descendents for
slaves' freed with this bank .
Journal by : good cream and in case they Is . :
present day conditions. Lincoln's emancipation. To paraphrase wonder
over the exquisite flavorof safe, convenient and
------ a----- re-
._.. the negro's: opinion of his the
o strawberries
-- A It will be caused
Lawtey man went Into the cf- munerative. ,
: (
attorney "What that ,
earlycompletion, of state road 28 into Palatka and :ice of the Starke/ Telegraph; the ed.boy" can'tUrUvki'uplM&Mon'r I by1' 'the Foremost Creamery

,, starting of grading from San Mateo'to Bunnell eastern terminuB' ether to 3-4 day pounds with:a Wonder turnip weighing If John News. -Perry 'fiekl-ripa Company Bradford of Jacksonville county'atra., using...

of this important trunk line ia now a certainty, thanks "loblnson talked him out of ItT- 'It'. ''dW-&huiyobsolete berries for Juice says the Bradford -
''i < to '
to the state road department in heeding the plea of interested Gainesville Evening News., Al- kicked be County: Telegraph at Starke.

by-rt wal* these BANK
sections. :Dost had enough for twc/meals. days say ,The Telegraph says one hundred OF STARKEE.
A9.matters .now stand?, the bridge,'across New the Times-Union.' But Its none the gallON of strawbrrry Juice has already
: River, and the paving of,the rqad from bTJoraborn -o less pamful.C:. urke Telegraph. been sold to -
to Palatka the Jacksonville
The
Week's Beat .i':
i Joke } Specially-to the __Ibllitlee. .1-'i'! [Qrif+O!(( ''
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will be completed at about the-Muna=iimeFgtving a'complete =Kansas pays bet J gj !ator. only ically it 14 about Phys creamery' for' useIn 'makb tr' Ice :;n ,OLL"BJ1'J" ,
road from Lake to ***. 1 .13 *,'day. in that as bad a* it used cream; The Juica-'wa' conserved S1t1a1: I
i City Palatka.' better onts. )han, 1t.U1.e7 way: Mere they paid,gs t you.-Bronson'Journal.to Vl* bav. the mv*. .-.n.*.n. on by MTs. Rosa MOOhd3ad R.t Start- -- --_:'Pre. : 1 i, R. J..navla.Cashler

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