Group Title: Bradford County Telegraph.
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Uniform Title: Bradford County Telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke, Fla.
Starke Fla
Publication Date: January 30, 1931
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subject: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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Amby ust Pay County SESSION MADE Tax Paid By-Planes to Be Used BEGIN NING. TO Florida Woods-and Waters First Meeting TuesdayThe Of Strawberries

First preparations for the coming For Emergency Landing Fields Anniversary Number Killed N

t eod 1931 legislative session In April With Information.The Jones-Langford-Whlte Post,
No. 56. American Legion held !their -
+loa General Advise Collector and May were made at a meetingof Attorney General Fred H. Da-
lornry Hut Front Again hits The Bloom
regular meeting Tuesday night at

efJ lugbub to Levy On Cars state the institutions board of commissioners late Monday afternoon of- I vis Monday said he will Include in SHOWJESULTSAniiuiil pictured lure In of the trail first and anniversary stream is I fhe courthouse with a good many In Plant City Section ,i 7 Y

Evading Tax Heads of the six depart- his report to the 1931 state legislature number of "Florida Woods and members of the Post present.
t Report !Shows 1.080Uf'* I Committees made their Plant City Jan. 21 Another
ments located on the third floor a recommendation for an Waters" which is now being dls-
of automobile ownIn were instructed I of Trees Mere Planted InState I nnd the regular routine of cold snap Wednesday, coming on r
that act
during time.
for be practice setting aside for aviation development I tributed. The magazine Is the transacted. A reporta'i the heels. of more rain sent strawberry
aatn some counties going to ad- In order to accommodate the all funds derived from During Year i i quarterly publication of the state was to .
their firesides)
i of growers
the date
< betotl ting counties and having their senators and representative and I department of Game and Fresh { change
the state tax used in and the down to the
on gasoline Tuesday to Wednesday was made mercury early
.,assessed at a lower figure than the host of stenographers eaoh I Florida la becoming: sold on the i, Water Fish, and Is edited by Miss j
on'''Che books of session the airplanes.The Idea of forest and seconded, which was carried; thirties Thursday morning and a
carried entire conservation
of
i enJTori v are upstairs the I com- 'Sarah Pntrldge of Tallahassee.
.
I proposed act would In lighter frost predicted for this a
place beheld
and hereafter the meetings will
county of their residence has capitol building is placed at their parative figures of the 1930 report -i i A calendar of wild flowers of I
I I a special fund all money derived on the 2nd and 4th Wednesday morning. The weatherman was
called to the attention of, disposal. of the Florida Service ,
"mp a Forest i this section in glvl'n.In "Diggers
from the six cents per gallon tax I nights of each month.i running true to form, the form at
rlila's attorney general. His Thirty-four employees of the 1 indicate. lof the Island" by Dr. Herman
A i
I on gasoline used in and least of this: year, which has been
airplanes lo committee on place of meetIng ,
ate iver to this problem Is for tax state will be transferred. The of- I I With slash pines leac'mjg In pop i! Kurz of the Florida State College i I :
would authorize : one rain after another and
the state road de- ono
her 'ector to levy on all cars seekto fices affected include the Live!1 i ularity. 1.080 acres of trees were I I for Women The Issue also contains has not completed arrangements -
artment to use this fund for the for to meet' but 1 cold after another
t a place ,
escape payment of personalIn Stock Sanitary Board, the State planted In Florida lust year in I two articles by Miss Part-
Mevelopment of The heavy frost of yesterday'morning
emergency landing will before the next meeting and
this manner, "compelling the Hotel Commission, the state educational I comparison to the 35 acres of the ridge and one by the Game Com1 I
Iadthe I fields all over Florida, Davis said. I members will be advised: of the was said by some to have ,
h .j.r, to pay a double tax on thee supervisors, the purchasing I first year's work. This expansion 1 1: mlsslnner, C. C. Woodward.
been the most severe the winter
Development of local airports time and place In the next Issue of
car." department the auditing department -I Is also shown by the fact that 123 I The first section of the official\
would be left up to the cities of of the Telegraph : other conditions. being equal. /
ttorney General Davis, in a let- and the Shell Fish department -' agencies planted seedling thin report of the department for 1930, '
trtiMPtJ the state under the present plansthe The PONt now has 53 members. It at least up read a blanket of
to officials of Citrus county, year and only 12 were pioneers in printed in this Issue reviews workIn I ra
> white the which
over countryside
I attorney general explained. He 1920. Now ones are coming In every day.
and of
heh| ted: said the special aviation fund protection breeding game There are a good many exservicemen failed only a little of appearing "
has once been lawfully Approximately $4,800 was spentin birds and accomplishments of the
If a car HIGHWAY{ BODY would be placed under the road department j the state In the community, who should like nnow. Sunshine following only
dIy and put on the books of for conservation of | Eagle Lake hbtchery.
: leased since that body had the Join the Post and help make It a served to enhance the damage I
, county a similar assessment ADOPTS BUDGETIN \ trees the report made to the.federal -. Other articles range from tales i
oroad true facilities for 100 cent membership. done to bloom by the heavy frost.
,de and paid In Hernando or any necessary government shows. This total J, of tarpon fishing to a day with per '
r Growers who covered Wednesday
JACKSONVILLEDcQartnwnt lion work at minimum construc-I includes the Interest Is increasing daily as
51,535 advanced from the skunlc club.Congressman.
county might en-
t fugbl [her adjoining The proposed measure federal funds by the Clarke-Mc- to plans for organizing an Auxiliary night mostly left !the straw on
get'a tag but it .
ilo the man to. decided aid to aviation In their berries through yesterday. t'
e a Florida unit In Starke and within the
not the'tar from beg Figures $5,197,163 Nary Jaw.,, which aids farmers and Green
II exempt Estimates as to thedamage done
to satisfy' the tax Will Ito Available for in the opinion of the attorney] land owners, other than corporations next few weeks It Is hoped, will '
levied on by the frost yesterday varied and
who said he would Include
Unfinished WorkA general in NtorestlnQ. The'' remaining Replies to Attacks be organised. '
Citrus county, thereby compell- the subject in legislative re- +-. -- the full Import of Its was awaited '
1114 g the owner/\ to pay a double tax ,$3.,300: ; Includes money return- Made Upon FloridaCongressman today when a better check would
tentative for list- port since recent supreme court: 04 to the state sale
budget 1931 ; ..from the of the
i the same car. decisions in Missouri and Oklahoma \ I LOCAL; I'll BOYS TO be made However, It was quite '
e of records In the tax Ing proposed new work to cost vdertUoea. grown__ at the state farmat !
A check-up R. A. Green has generally conceded that practical.
had set out ruleson
and that of tag approximately $5,930,655, wag conflicting Raiford. Durinj". k931, $2,000 II I 1 1I GIVE RADIO TALKS
Hector's office answered the objections raised by ly all exposed bloom was hurt.
the right of states to tax *
gasoline .
the state road wifl the
IIg revealedat adopted by department betl1va.HlLbl.'lro f l govern- I --
[;cnt for Bradford county used by aviators and had plac- I Congressman! LaGuardla of New The strawberry movement despite t,
have had at a special meeting in Jack ment. The story of the 4-11 Club workIs
some car owners York and Congressman O'Conner the rain of Monday took a
eau sonville Friday. ed the question before the judicial Although ""'he.* rapid growing to bo broadcast over WRUF atOalnl'AvllIe
assessed In adjoiningunties
ear cars of Oklahoma, to the bill providingfor leap Into larger figures and the
all
of state
taxes This does not include work already department govern- slash pine was planted In 750 acres, on Friday evening, Feb.
In Floridaof ,
and paid personal \ the establishment heaviest movement of the season
n the automobile at a lower figure under way for which contracts I ments. the the long leaf pine was also used the Everglades National Park 0, from 7 to 7:30: by local club went forward that diiy. Ten cars

this and were let last year, members I Davis said he was following according; C. II. Coulter-of the boys from Union and Bradford I ,
an assessed in county which held that Congressman Green points out of berries rolled out of here that I
9lI some Instances bought their tags said.The Missouri ruling Fortst Service. I that under the bill Florida proposes counties. !Mr. L. T Dyer, county night !five of the cars being express 1
to !the state in which the gasoline was $f New Trees Introduced will be In
tentative
budget 1
Twen- subject agricultural agent I
itslde of Bradford county. to cede to the United States cars loaded with pony refrigerators
meet sold had a right to levy a tax despite . New trees Introduced into the and he
from change at the department's charge of the program expects &
the
of 2,000 three
;-flve percent receipts movements'efthe government some !square express refrigerator
ing in Ocala February 18 Hats any Interstate state are proving satisfactory Mr. j to have some of the most
I fig sales comes back for schools fuel miles of land at the lower tip of cars and two freight cars.

not ''I the county In which the tag Is proposed new work by districts as airplanes In which the I Coulter stated explaining that I the peninsula. successful boys In club work tell The movement for the day was

tdti i aid< and while this amount Is lost follows: might be used. have I these new species include the black "No greater rhapsody of nature of their experiences and what the 105,172 pints of berries, and return

;r) Bradford county, the personal First district $815,180; second Other state officials here locust, the yellow poplar, and the I can be found anywhere than that club work has meant to them. to growers figured on the

rat IX can still be collected for the $1,709,000; third $1,766,474 and given their approval. to the pro eucalyptus.The which exists In this proposed I area" The boys who will be heard at average price for the day approximately

aunty under a levy. fourth 1640000. posed J act, Davis.said.Canning black locust Is considered declares Congressman Green. that time are Claud Byrd: ?: J. IV $18,930.36.Tuesday .

b Following is the letter In, full The department's Income for thlll valuable as it adds nitrogen to the Replying to Congressman La- Bennett, and Carl Dukes from Un : was a fairly heavy day g

,ei rom Attorney General Fred H. year was estimated by the mem-' Plant to Be soil and as it rivals the cypressIn Guardia, the Florida. congressmansaid ion county and Ivan Itazen from also with 76,448 pints being forwarded

)avta and which explains the sit- bers at 11900000. Of this amount durability, it was pointed. out. : Brooker In Bradford county. These out of here Wednesdaywas

0to tatlon very clearly: they said $5,400,699 would be re- Put In ReadinessThe The yellow poplar brings a high "The state of Florida can and boys have done club work for from comparatively light and yesterday

"In Re:Procurement of Automo- quired to pay for work contracted price on the msrk:; for Its clear, will settle her own local tax affairs two to four years and will.bave Interestlng also gave evidence of being;

lie License Tags In Counties Othr for last year and $5,197,163 wouldbe old packing plant in the straight length and It la .used for and does not need, and will not accept stories to tell. a light day.Owing R

than Counties of the Residencet for work listed last year but for northern part of town will be interior and exterior" decoration. any dictation of same from Mrs. W. It. Lee of Lake Butler to the decision of buyersto

,> Owners. which contracts have not been let. cleaned up and put In readiness for The eucalyptus, which grows as the federal government Possiblethe with some of her music pupils will make the pint cup the standard

yrt "This Is In answer to your letter cold-packing strawberles this season fast as six feet a year, Is used for state of Florida should or furnish the music for the occasion. container at the yard the figure

,if January 9th on the above sub- BELL RINGERS TO while the city will also re- poles. should not have a state Income tax Every adult as well as club members will henceforth be compared in ,

t ect. FILL ENGAGEMENT grade the streets leading to the With land owners enthusiastic law, but Is Its own choice. Tax are Invited to listen In at that pints as well as the average price

k "Insofar as ad valorem taxes are AT TAMPA EXHIBIT site, under arrangements with the over reforestation a large Increasein matters have no bearing on this time. for the day. Prior quart figures

oncerncd, the law does not permit Rahal Packing Company of Cleveland acreage planted Is predicted for proposed legislature," Congressman have been doubled' to bring the.season's

Announcement was made this Ohio who will operate the 1931 Mr. Coulter said. to the COUNTY JUDGE'S/ COURT '
1/1 automobile owner to leave the Green said referring movement in line wUthi.! .

ounty where he usually residesnd week by the Royal Holland Bell plant. In a communication received .. i park bill. change./ The movement of the first

Ringers of Sydney that they have this week Mr. Joseph E. Ra- e Verdicts# not guilty were re- t
give in his automobile In some BETTY BOYD PLAYERS TO three days of this week totalled ,,4
ther county for the purpose of cancelled their engagements in hal advised that they expect to be- I'RESENT TIIIUU SHOW' WILLIAM: F. ALDERMAN: turned In each of the four cases go- 220,100 pints, almost a quarter of

at, aying ad valorem taxes at a lower northern towns for the AtI'lliatedLyceum gin work as soon as the berries are ing to a jury in this month's term the total movement this season. ,

ite than he would have to pay In Bureau in New York and ready for packing. Ii1} this connec- For the third time the American Jacksonville Jan. 27.Funeral of county judge's court, two were The movement through lost Satur
the New England states to remainIn Rahal has made services for William Frederick Al- continued for the term and I three
b Is own county. If this has been tion Mr. arrange- Legion is presenting the Betty day totalled 202,214 quarts of 524428 ,-

one In any case, the owner of the Florida and appear in the Holland ments to keep Jn touch with the Boyd Players In a screamingly fun- derman, 56, a native of Florida, were allowed to settle the cases pints. '
Village at the South Florida situation and there will be who died at out of court upon payment of
a itomoblle who has done this will berry farce comedy entitled "The Girl early Monday morning The solid carlot movement of
ny
fair Feb. 314. Decision to do this in the plant. the home In Arlington will costs. -
re fcclve no protection from being no delay opening lie Wanted." family berries showed a big gain duringthe

tore>reed to pay the taxes again In was made principally because the 1 Kruse & Company, operating two This Is one of the more i recent be held at 3 o'clock this afternoonin J. H. Croft, worthless checks, first three days of this week

t he county where they should have artists remembered with dread 'cold-pack plants in Plant City this mlfe-a-minute laugh,provokers and the Arlington Community dismissed upon payment of check 11 cars being forwarded during

the experiences of last winter in have secured the old gin church with the Rev. W C. White and costs.
b en paid even though he has al-I season Is a sure cure for blues or grouch, the' first three days, six express

ady obtained a license tag: on the the northland.Mr. building on Cherry street and will so come out and get a real good pastor officiating. Eunice Goodwine, assault and and five freight This brought the.eason' '

'Ita rength of taxes illegally paid in Brower Is now booking en- be here as soon as a supply of ber- long laugh and see if the world I. Mr. Alderman, a well known Interior battery plead not guilty. Verdictnot . carlot movement by i

other county."I gagements in Florida for the ensu- I ries Is assured. This company has doesn't look better. decorator and furnisher, was guilty. freight and express to 32 cars.
weeks to spend the remainder in Plant In Jacksonville Dewey Williams assault and h
realize that quite a great deal ing hoping already opened one plant Forget the trials and troubles of formerly prominent o .

lot this has been done, and In some of the winter in the land I City to take care of the berries business depression, get a changeof business circles as a member of the battery, plead not guilty. Verdictnot

I in:stances there have been of sunshine and flowers. damaged by the excessive rains and firm of Cheatham and Alderman.For guilty. FLORIDA UNDER CIVIL
may thought let old Dr. Happiness
he me excuse for it. As for ex- 4 cold and are paying 6 cents a pint prescribe a; tonic of laughter for the past 12 years he had main- Wilmer Lee petit larceny, plead SERVICE YOUNG PEOPLE HAVE guilty. 18 months In the reform -
the fruit. tained offices and display rooms In
for
a uple, where a man has moved America's most
fr>m one end of the state to CHARGE OF SERVICE The first step toward securing a the elimination of connection with his Arlingtonhome. school. "Florida's quota of U. S. Civil
anotb-I I contagious diseases-worry.
erto and does not want to cold-pack plant for strawberry His death occurred suddenlyand L O. Sanderfer, worthless Service appointments In Washing
to
the county from which he moved The young people of the Presbyterian growers of Bradford county was Remember when you come see proved a grievous blow to a checks, dismissed upon payment of ton as of December 1930, was 342"
church will have chargeof the Betty Boyd Players you are check and costs. says the Florida State Chamber of
.
the BusinessMen's wide circle of friends.He
in order to get a tax receipt."At taken last year by American
service the helping your own Leg Scott Green killing cow tres "under the state
the wholesale the Sunday evening Club when a committee appointed is survived by his widow Commerce quotalaw
same time a to the
I ion Post so come Gaiety
event the fifteenth anniverSary passing premises. Plead not governing such
being appointments
actice of automobile at the time began corres- Mrs. Georgia Alderman Arlington;
owners go-
of Christian Endeavor. The Theatre, Saturday January 31, 8 guilty. Verdict not guilty. In the nation's capitol. l
Ui of cold- two Hugh Alderman Jack-
with sons
operators
g from their Into pondence
ad joining counties own to counties secure a re-+ following program will be given: packing plants in Plant City. Results p. .m." and see "The Girl He Wanted. sonville and Warren Alderman, Ar- Paul Norris, embezzlement paid "In April 1917 Florida had 99 3

Idu ction In ad valorem taxes Is not I Organ prelude. of this activity Is to be seen lington; one "sister Mrs. Mary Jane amount Involved and case dismissed. civil service appointments; in June

"Give of the Best to Your 1919, the number increased to 449.
only against the law but will simf Hymn for this season, two companies Roberts, Foley; and one brother
Master." for their George W. Alderman Starke. The Theo Padgett and Calvin Hall, Florida appointments showed a decrease -
ABANDONED
pl: result In such owners being having secured buildings BABY IS I
I CO mpelled to the taxes again Invocation, Miss Helen Mersereau. operations here. These buildingsare 'AT HAMPTON HOTELAbandoned deceased was a member of Pal- assault and battery. Plead not of 225: between 1919 and

I Inlet the counties pay from which they being furnished the packers metto Camp No. 3, Woodmen of guilty. Verdict not guilty. 1928, at which time a congressional
.
i "Follow the Gleam." Theo Padgett and Calvin Hall, investigation was launched as !
Hymn the World.
Walt had
w ant in the event that the tax col- without charge, W. L. givingthe by a couple who
Responsive reading. Miss Carrie and The will be: John disturbing publlo worship. Nolle the result of the District of Columbia
I 1 :tors of their counties of rest use of the ginning plant engaged a room at the Hampton pallbearers

de:ice see fit to have their cars Uglow. the Bank of Starke the canning Hotel Saturday night, a week old Mar den. G. E. Slgler George pressed for want of evidence. and several surrounding;

I le 1 '''led to satisfy taxes law Prayer Dr. G. H. Lowry. plant in the northern part of town. baby girl was discovered by Mr. Roundtree, F. T. Fulkerson, LouisC. A. J. Barnett. embezzlement. states gaining In appointments S

I upon Trio, Misses Alice and Isabel to put of'the Macy and William Hanley. Funeral Case continued. while other states showed decreases j
ful:ly assessed In the counties City officials have agreed :and Mrs. W. J. Root managers
Fernandez and EsteUe Kendrick. the busi- after ararngement are In charge of Richard Jackson embezzlement.Case under their quota.
w here the usually kept. the plants In good shape hostelry Sunday morning -
."If the cars has were been lawful- Offertory :Messrs. S. R. Johns ness men of the town co-operating the guests had checked out of the Thomas M. Burns, Jr., South Jack- continued. "The period from 192S to 1930" a

car once books of and A. E. Wait In the movement to the end that hotel. sonville mortician and Intermentwill Henry Small Petit larceny, says the State Chamber of Com

I lyCI assessed rus and, put similar on the assessment Duet Misses Alice Fernandez growers of the county will be assured News! of the newest arlval in be In Arlington cemetery. plead guilty. $1,00 and costs merce, "shows an Increase of 31 In

, made county a in Hernandoany and Evelyn Stump. of a profitable market for Hampton resulted In many of the Florida appointments. At this time
and paid Talks How May We Become SMALL BLAZE FRIDAYThe NEW COUNTY MAPH. Florida Is 88 appointments under
I or adjoiningcounty might en- their strawberries during the eotire citizens visiting the hotel to view

.hi Ie the but It More Effective Christians. season. These plants serve to the baby and In Its being given a It. quota as given In the Conges-
man to get a tag Young People in the Program of fire department wan called E. Lagergren our veteran atonal Record of January 10.
at
berries a
WI]]U not from being take care of surplus home with a Hampton family.
1e led exempt the car In Cit the Church, Mr. Barnes. profit to the grower and at the The couple which left the Infant Friday morning to extinguish a surveyor, has brought out another "States In arears at the time the
tax
ru s,i on to satisfy the the History of C. E., Mrs. W. H. I same time furnish employment to were In all probability not Its blazing car in ,the repair depart- map of Bradford county and a stripof Investigation was started two

county, thereby compelling Hart. hundred ment of the Torode Chevrolet Co., western Clay county revised to years ago are not yet where they
ow ner to the approximately three peo- parents, It was stated aa the man
I name pay a double tax on Bible Study. Miss Lucille Mitch ple. wis about 5O years of age and the gasoline being used In' cleaning the date. Among other interesting were In 1921 In number of appoint.

car motor Igniting/ In some manner. features we note that the surfaceof ments. The reason given for the
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about 43. The baby was beIx' -
T"min
1 make this explanation In or- ell.Good Miss Grace Klngsley lake In 170 feet abovesea slow Is
del. Literature, ":, fed from a bottle. I The couple The flame were extinguished by adjustment a ruling by the
that &U may be advised as to Wood. NOTICE TO \'ETr.RANS1I0WISO from Live chemicals'!!, damage being confinedto level which makes It about Civil Service Commission that the
the \'f"r as being
I Possible consequences of pur- How Great is the Influence of CERTIFICATES r .' registered wiring of the car. four feet above the highest point In I.state quota law does not apply to
nil :
B? the practice which you veto Starke also that Santa Fe river "
far the Church in:: the Community n wan Issued that the ; reduction In forces.
in your letter. Miss Edna Stansbury. AU World War Veterans appeal AUDIENCE HEARS JOHNSONAn does not head at Santa Le lake .
who abandoned the child
"Yours very truly Quartette 'Alessrs. James and I holding adjusted compensation "pie but at a short distance southeast of STUNT NIGHT '
to the hotel Informa-
"FRED H. DAVIS Sanford Rltcb. J. M. Davis and E. certificates who wish to i giving audience filling the court Hampton and Is formed by some -
to the child's and other
"Attorney General. M. Davis. realize a loan on them who do as age room heard "Pussyfoot" Johnson ;maller streams that run together The annual Stunt Night of the '
gills which might be useful to
e Violin Solo Miss Alice Fernan- not understand methods of securing :: List Friday night in his lecture on here, and that thus the deslgna- high school will be held tonight In
.
child In late I life.nstructlon
SERVICES AT SAXTON loan can get the necessary the evlU of liquor. His talk was. Uon of the county boundary from the; auditorium at 8 p. m. l

dez.Duet.. Miss! Grace Wood and Estelle assistant from the local Interesting his extensive travels 1 that point south to the lake Is Funny skits fancy dances and

Regular preaching services will Kendrlck. Post American Legion. The rapidly Hearing :over the world allowing bun to wrong. The map shows much care iota of other amusements will be

be held next Sunday at the Saxton Quartette Misses Alice and'Isabel post commander or adjustant o pletion on erection of, new present first-hand evidence of matt In compilation and Is a -valuable enjoyed. Admission 23 and :SOc.

J.le.: Uiodlst church 2:30 p. m., Rev. Fernandez, Elizabeth and Es Wilt give aide and no cost,will! :ridge to replace Rutland bridge ters be found. He was scheduled snd .handsome document., It, cane Mr. Nat Sternberg who does his)

W. B. Christie of lwtejr. In telle Kendrlck.Mlspah. : ba Incurred. by' Veterans 'follame. tbs Wlthlacoochee river on In- to make another address In Gainesville > bought from Mr. Lagergren or stuff In Jacksonville. will- be master s

cm rge. AD tnvited.r .' "' .s-WUdwood highway. Saturday. from County Clerk Alderman. of ceremonies.pr '


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,( I Editof-in-Chief Milton Brownlee a.. ,FS acr r172Wza r e' 'i 4 '*re k' y -

j' ; Assistant Editor ___________________ Hazel AdkinsSports V!

Editor _ Gary --
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fy Literary Editor Muriel Silcox -4 1< '
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Exchange Editor Annie Mac Pearce I ._4/
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t 1 See Hear! The greatest produc- WHAT ttOl'LD \PPEN ....-
,
tion of the year STUNT NIGHT,,
tonight at eight o'clock. Pack the Bill W. lost his glasses? I '

I ? family In the "flivver" and come Gary wasn't uports editor !

to see such things as the football Wo had chapel ? I

, game between Mildew and Yale- :Miriam lost her beau?

burg, the two Black Birds, featur- Milton couldn't smile "..
4 ; ing two of Bradford Hi's best entertainers George I. went barefoot e'; 8:1:

,' and dozens of other Kathryn W. cut her hair? \ .

stunts with Nat Sternberg as mas- The buses were not late ?

ter of ceremonies. The boiler bursted?

- Mr. Dowlfng wasn't busy? w+

Billy P wore hoes that didn't I I II
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Improvements are continually make so much noise? {I t a
being made around the school. Last Jack K.was fat? -
I ,
week benches were placed under Cleo Saxon was a flapper I I l

the oak trees by the P. T A. for Lorena did not say, "Am I tipsy I ;
the benefit of the younger children ?" Trains unload in the plant. Bodies starting through the shop

and for those who eat their lunches Mrs. Hudson didn't teach !

on the grounds. (Don't tell anybody Cleo S. was a blonde?

but we will; they'd paint 'em Mrs. Carpenter forgot to give! N s

green.) reports?

The rats were dumb

The seniors couldn't look dignified
SENIORS f'p

1
How time flies! Only three more x. .,
months and all of the seniors will KICDFOKI BUMPS: f fv

f be bidding "Ole" Bradford Hi -

goodbye. A very Important meet- Howard: "I'll give you ten dol- .
ing was held In the senior class lars to do my worrying for me"

home room last Friday afternoon Gary: "You're on. Where's the

..9 You should have heard the noise, ten?" __THAT In Jasper National Park. Alberta-the largest national pli/

)" you wouldn't have known there Howard: "That's your first wor- In the world-In the heart of the Canadian Rockies, there
was such a thing as '"dignified sen ry." are several hundred peaks that never have been climbed? Postern
y iors." Anyway here's what It was Peak shown above. Is one of these. It looks like a good model forth!
builder of a New York skyscraper to follow.
all about: Thelma: "You sure think you

Class colors-Rainbow. are good looking, don't you?" .- -
Class flower-Sweet pea. Ben: "Well, no, but what is my era' Plant CIty-C. L. Knight and son Sealey building between W, cl
,
Motto "Tonight we launch, opinion against that of hundredsof of Tampa, sold property adjoining Blackshear'a Barber Shop an[

-where shall we anchor?" women?" r i M. r5:. Hotel Plant on west and frontingon Free Press office.JacksonvilleSite.
The seniors ordered their invitations y)6
alt akr Reynolds, to New York Inter- to be select,.I
this week. We're warning Ralph (with hands over Cleo'seyes f

;r you early! I ) "If you can't guess who It Is ests. by government for construction c'I

M, Step right up ladles and gent-le- in three guesses,.I'm going to kiss Tarpon Springs-Arcade Hotel new $30,000 airway radio station]
lc- men. Right this way to hear the you." Coffee Shop opened recently. Clewiston Large sugar mU

u good news. It won't be long now Cleo:, "Jack Frost, Davy Jones, Fort Pierce-Payroll paid by Ft. here to start operations, employing
v until will the I Pierce during 1930 averaged more 2,000 workers to care for 23.W'
you see dignified senIors Santa Claus. Conveyors carry wheels with mounted tires over a line 01 which cars pass to completion.The .
pass from this school forever. than $7,000 per month. acres of fine sugar valued at $$2

r Maybe they will be sorry. Maybe Murla: "I wonder where all the highly Important part played by conveyor).. their trip or a conveyor while the third view It of Mayo--H. L. Winderweedle mov- 000,000.

1 they will be glad. Who knows? pins go?" terns In all Ford Motor Company manufacturing and the conveyor system used to bring wheels to the ed grocery business from coornerof Plant CIty-Carload of stray\ |

We had rather a hot debate Mary: "Can't say They're always assembly plants Is graphically shown In the" above ehasges which" are also moving on a conveyor. As Main and Monroe streets to berries shipped from this point.
and Indicated In the.. picture a constant flow of wheelson .- ---- --- ----- - ----- ------
choosing! our colors, motto, pointed one way and headed three pictures taken In the recently opened Edge -
which the t'rea! have
flower I believe It would stand the other. water N. J., plant One of the pictures shows how already been mounted moves
around and over the chassis assembly ,line. As a
t11 next best to the Hayne-Webster debate parts may be unloaded from freight cars within the chaeeis enters the section, workers. In groups" of four, the TELEGRAPh
; Eldredge: "Fine day, today plant only a few feet from the various assembly lines. each take a wheel from the hooks and fasten It to
Loiselle Turner, who was a senior coach; spring In the air." Another picture shows automobile bodies starting the chassis.
here before she moved to Coach Lovell: "Eh?" - -

3 Gainesville, was visiting our his- Eldredge": "I said spring In the pose of planning for this affair making twelve of the nineteen I WILL SEND YOU .
class afternoon. air
tory Friday today.
Here, the Juniors do not have the points.
i? The seniors are under-going an Coach Lovell: "Eh?" sympathy of the seniors-they Lineup: Manning and Adkins, EVERGREEN

awful strain wondering whether Eldredge; "Spring In the air." must face this battle alone! For guards, Brinso'n and Green centers, Mr.. F. A. Itoxlrr. Cor.
they will have their ten quality Coach Lovell: "Why should I.?
the seniors have troubles of their Tompkins and Stump forwards/ I 6OMAGAIiA
points. Why should I?" ,
gip own-they must gather together :Mr.: and Mrs. Jack Brennan, Mr.
i .
I Don't forget STUNT NIGHT In Among those attending the pennies enough to pay for Invitations "' ::c.J and Mrs. N. R. Traylor and Mrs. !
cards, etc. H. G. McPherson of
Maxvllle spent
ZIFF
the B. II. S. Auditorium tonight. Starke-Melrose basketball gamesat
By the way folks at a senior Sunday here with B. E. Rosier and
Admission 25c: and 50c. Melrose Friday night were: .
the membershad Mil Opnl Lewis. Con
class meeting Friday
Patsy Brinson, Daisy Tompkins, mother. THiS NEVSPAPERI
a regular battle of Waterloothe -- Mr. and Mrs. Yarbrough and son
Dora ,
Manning Evelyn Stump
IIO1I.EII AQAIN FLOODED Murla Weeks losing side 'being a group of Services were held at Little of DeLeon Springs, spent a few.I
,
Marjorie Stump,
seniors he's who presl ted In vot- Rock church Saturday and Sunday days last week here with Mr. and ,
Last Thursday the students were Mary Greene Pearce, Eldredge, Ruth Robinson Rowe, Lorena Ben ing against the senior she's. Well, by Pastor Elder Anderson of Mrs Will Kersey I I E='Oril <:) FOR

given a holiday, not because they Sternberg, Howard Moore, Howard as you might have known the ladIes Brooker B. E., R. S. and J. Q. Rosier were, i $
wanted it but because they had to won and a final decision was visitors to Starke Saturday. LY
Miner, Bill WainwrIght, Milton Miss Rhoda Thomas of Jacksonville lOM N
take It, for the boiler- room was made on class colors, flowers, anda Those attending the funeral of'I
Brownlee, Ralph Cox, Mlrlan Jacobs Is spending a while here with
covered with water when of the defeated
entirely motto. Some Johnnie McfPherson which
,,0 was
Ruth Sternberg, Scootle Andrews her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. B.
.'$ the fireman went down to build the voters are Indignant pro tern but held at the Long Branch cemetery
Clara Louise Peek, Hazel Thomas and other relatives and 3 -vor-carsa
tt fire. The water was pumped out Adklns, Lester Price Robinson, they'll get over It; friends. Thursday of lastweek from Ever-
by the city fire truck, but the fire .
} green were: Mr. and Mrs. C. A.
Brownlee
NooKie WaInwright, Mary Mr. Everett Wasbee and motherand
d box was too wet to start a fire, so
PrIngle and children Mr. and Mrs.
'
r Coach Estelle Davit, Coach TORNADOES LOSE little sister Evelyn of Waldo 4
the principal caned It a holiday Broward Lovell and others. In section R. S. Rosier and Mrs. J. S. Ros- I ;, YOU CAN HAVE YOUR
were visiting our several
This has been happening for the ier. s
(By Eldredge; Robinson.) days past. I f CHOICE OF ANY
past few years, but this flooding Rev L. A. I FIVE OF
NF.US OF THE I\Y The Melrose Wildcats dealt the Miss Francis Murrhee and Mrs. Donnelly of
ft promises to be the last time as the filled his "I C
officials are on the trail of the B. II. S. Tornadoes their second defeat C. B. Radford of Graham were visiting regular Starke'l THE MAGAZINES LISTED '
Junior English students are joy of the season In Melrose last in our section one day of this Saturday and Sunday. BELOW
guilty ones. Mr. and Mrs. Cohen -r FOR A FULL YEAR
fully anticipating a delightful test Friday night 9-7. The score fairly week.
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tomorrow-the great event which represented the relative strength Mr. J. W. Lewis was attendingto visiting her parent Mr. and Mrs. ( TWELVE MONTHS )

JUNIORS tells!! what they know or rather, of the two teams. Melrose was un- business In Starke Friday. Ury Reddish Wateroak Saturday -

k what they don't know. So If you able to run up the score, more than i Mrs. Delatha Starling and children Why pay more-for your magazInes

Well, we are still planning on the see any Juniors with a long face !It two points anytime of the game,, I of Alachua spent the last'of when you can buy thorn at less than b wFqD

banquet and maybe we shall haveit won't puzzle you. Even at that- and with this two point advantagethey I thIs week: here with her parents. PLANT CITY RKKKYMOVEMENT cost through your home town newspaper -

all ready for the seniors by the despIte all the glamour of such an held throughout the game. Mr. Cason of Starke was in our : ? You can actually got five of
t' last of April. event they have nothing, to com- Brownlee starred for the Tornadoes section one day of last week f America's! loading farm end fiction

'1 We can't say a thing about basketball pare with this week's series! ,of en- making four of the seven There was church at Rock Monday Plant City Fla., Jan. 23.-Last magazines at this amazing prleo If o

this week because the Renters tertainments which are being held points and Sternberg made the by Elder Lions of Alabama. Saturday's shipments of strawberries year a you erdffnaw.If you act quickly you '-

outclassed: 1 us so much; Dora for the special benefit of ye hope- balance of the points for the Tor Mrs. Tommie Wasbee and from this point consisting of deep will receive }V!y r.-;...?n<..s during!
Manning for the girls and Milton ful seniors. What joy awaits them nadoes. daughter. Miss Estelle of Waldo. 2 ,94S quarts, were the largest yaps/s! I,eK r the next year for Just a little more

Brownlee for the boys. -History, English Geometry, BIology Shumaker starred for Melrose, Mrs. O. W. Dyal and Mrs. I. W. single day's shipment for this sea- -"'; than the price of this newspaper. O

Last week we said we were go- --and what have you! Some making six: of the nine points for Dyal and daughter. Miss Marlon son so far and brought the season's Don't hesitate to send your order If
ing to have a Junior play, but that Juniors will also participate In the Melrose. The first first quarter : Lee of Graham spent Tuesday at total to 262,000 quarts. Three '.:r'- some of these come to you now. Re- ,4

has been called off because there BIology and Geometry-what a : ended with Melrose leading 2-0 and I the home of Mr. and Mrs. T. 1>.(I I solid cars of berries and 91 pony nowels will be extended twelvemonths i

are so many others being given this privilege! However the poor the first half ended with the teams Dyal. refrigerators were shipped Saturday t- ahead of your expiration

spring. dear I will be denied the Irresis- tied 44. In the third quarter Melrose I Mr. and Mrs. I. W. Dyal and : night, bringing the carlot dat
We are very sorry that Hilda tible history and senior English made three more points to daughter. Miss Marlon Lee spent movement to 21 cars for this sea- MrS" _

Durden, a popular member of our te t.. Joy Immortal! The seniors take the lead 7-4 then the Torna- Sunday here with their parents, son. n S B
i class and class treasurer has stopped sympathize with Juniors but are does started off the fourth quarterby Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Lewis. i arm

school for this year. encouraging with hopes for next making a field goal and a char !oil', and Mrs. T. D. Dyal are the ,'1" + .
y Don't anybody forget to come to year--then the pleasure will be all ity shot and then Melrose made a proud parents of a. boy that arrived aiU t

Stunt Night tonight. It's going to theirs. rally to defeat the Tornadoes 9-7. Jan- 17. I II
be good. Those taking part In the Stunt and Sternberg,
Lineup: Moore Mr and Mrs. Joe EUerbee of SENDDOILARCOUPON
? We are all moanin' and groanin' night program certainly deservethe forwards; Cox. center; Miner and Starke, spent today with Mrs. S!:t.
about an English test Miss Florence reward of having a large audience Wainwright guards.Wil1RL1VINDS lerbee's parents. I I II a

gave us the other day. Was present at the performance.They I Elder W. M. Moody of Lacrosse I v 1
t it hard? are working and working LOSE AGAIN attended church at Rock I
i ril-even missing classes which -- Sunday
ATTENTION!!! See! hear! Nat always have to be made up In some (By Eldredge Robinson.) There is Sunday school'at Declan! '
'
I Sternberg the famous black-face manner or means-a. thing that is A large crowd of spectators church every Sunday afternoon At : O/i Fi Avenue- 4 : I wIsh to take advantage of your magailn bargain
comedian at school offer I am enclosing th*above In on?
tonight high time-taking, and certainly we have witnessed a decisive defeat handedto 3 o'clock. Everybody welcome. amount payment for a year wtotcrlptlon -
auditorium. never heard any student express the B. II. S. Whirlwinds by the I, / to your paper and the five magazines\ thai I have marked with
It. The fast at 'riding, strolling, shopping I an X below
any great delight over Melrose Wildcats In a game CANNING' GRAPEFRUIT
TIPS ON ETIQUETTE ETC. Glee Club Is working up a particularly Melrose last Friday night. The panorama this famous street of*fashion, thru .
Thru
attractive feat-Gypsies, first quarter ended with Melrose Tam". Fla.-A grapefruit canning Conraud's Oriental Cream NAME.
Dear Madam Bramvilllers: dancing and singing-a combination leading 32. Then Melrose's first demonstration was recently possess a skin and complexion:you that can /

My friend called yesterday while liked by everybody team went Into action and ran held at Lake Fern near here and even the most attractive there ti11RT w LP D
I was out. lie gave the maid his Poor Juniors! They are now ex- roughshod over the Whirlwinds to 9 cans were put up by the demon would be proud to ..e. I .
card and she immediately shut the periencing the trials. and tribula- bring the first half to a close with strators. Sine that time women Try It tonight. With the very TOWN
door in his face. My friend was tions of first torah ..-$TARo -
last a fascinating
year's juniors. They Melrose leading 13-3. The third In the community have been busy:!> dear _
it. very angry and told me of It later. have pearly appearance of radiant
a terrible sword of Demos- quarter started off with Melrose canning cheap fruit that they will I
Should I release the maid? thenes hanging over their heads reserves playing. Both teams use later on to lower family expenditures beauty.tt. atraak la revealed.or spot.OOUMU0S. Win act rob American.......,...... D H..III.W M..... ...

Sincerely yours, an Inevitable fate awaiting them! fought on an equal standing with for food. Miss AWe Lee Q TIM. Cathy HMO C al........ MMhnht

Alice. That fate is the Junior-Senior banquet each team making one goal. Mel- Rush home demonstration agent ....,....".. ....vy ..... .... O ..........|W..Ur)

Dear All Alice: How little some of the juniors rose opened the fourth quarter by reports. ORlENT D Ik*Fan tavmalPI O .......'.t.rm.......,
maids should know how to realize the importance this racking up two goals to end the l o- ..... M AI tr O >s..ey I.C receive visitors.
Try her again, notable event Is well Illustrated by game 195.Manning. Panama City R. M. Gray Installed CREAM D fied.... ... .
Thl and doesa't do better, the 1..IrysrO
any promptness with
which
ifher manyof played an outstanding
a gw e notice to find another Job the juniors do large and modern Frlgldalre ass. tl+o. --- anew ass ..sew 0N.CIrde C Weld '.......
not attend their .
1 Km for tileWhlrlwlnd.l., while plant fn his store In eastern partof .. t... IW .. ..
T Madam Bramvilllers. class t>w rit .. e H. 'nest a Mew's ..rl.
meetings held m7
for the pur- Brockman starred for the winners, this city. .1t. ? a a .
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j fRiDAV.. JANUARY SO 1931 t
BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE FLORIDA I
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shipping strawberries growers in Ct. Petersburg Plans are now MIL SASSKK DIES AS FUF.DERICKU'EItT riSIIEK
this section are also shipping vegetables being considered for placing copies RESULT ACCIDENT '- Clay County Marking '

News of Florida In Short Paragraphs Including peppers, peas if the Florida Brief prepared for Frederick Albert Fisher died Roads Through County '

eggplant cabbage, tomatoes anu use In connection with the Natlonil -
Discharge of Gun Slay Well suddenly this morning at 2:30:
cscarole. Strawberry shipmentsfor Soldiers Home campaign into Known Vuldnatunhlt o'clock at the home of his slaters- For the past several months the
the week were nearly 100,000 the hands of physicians throughout Hunting on Thursday in-law. the Misses Harriet G. and Clay county chamber of commerce

pints. The average price was 15: the country, according to a Katherine Q. Cook. 402 East Wa- has given quite a little time and l
[ LIVE STATE NEWS I and 16 cents a pints f. o. b.
statement made today by Herman Valdosta, Ga., Jan. 24.-While ter street, where he made his home. attention to the proper marking of
Dann, chairman of the state committee hunting In the Clyattville district Death was due to a heart attack the roads leading to and through! '

Cocoa-By a decision of officials on the National Soldiers yesterday afternoon Mr. Charles P. He had apparently been In his usual the county. In conjunction with I

of Eastern Air Transport, Inc., Cocoa Home. "The favorable comment Sasaer, well known Valdosta citizen health until Thursday when the Florida Highway No. 3 Im- '

TOLD BY OUR EXCHANGES became the junction point for received from organizations and Individuals was Instantly killed when his he complained of a alight discomfort provement Association of which

the company for air passenger service from all sections of the shotgun accidentally discharged, In his chest During the the local chamber secretary Is I -

- succeeding Daytona Beach state as well as from other states" the entire load entering his right night he was taken ill, death en- treasurer, arrangements have
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account of failure of the latter city says Chairman Dann, "has been breast and ranging upward thru suing ind short time. been made for the marking of the
Springs Exchange ida State Chamber of
Tarpon Commerce to with such that the committee has requested his Mr. Sasser aloneat He born '
for the comply specifications of lungs. was was In Norwalk 0., but highways north of Jacksonville i'
sales past season amounted to
$1,049,780,990. The
sponge the company In the development of the Florida state chamberof the time of the accident and resided for a number of years In with signs calling attention to the
t amounted to $730,000. total clearings for the same periodin the field. commerce to use every effort to there were no eye witnesses to the I Florida where he engaged In! the fact that state Highway No. 3

1929 was $1,269,176,531.Jacksonville secure a wide distribution of the tragic event. merchandising business His wife, leads! to and through "the heart ;'
WauchulaWauchula.: now has Panama book." Mr. Sas"el", It Is said went to who of Jo-'orlda"-the
City-Work at the I passed away some years ago, most beautiful
I a fine new airport, opened, dedicated Admiral RichardE. municipal docks is up to schedule the home of Mr. Smith Davis a was formerly Miss! Elizabeth M. section of the state. The secre-

I and all. Byrd's appearance here on and the large crew of work. Ocala--The Nicholas turpentine friend, living near Clyattvllle, for cook On the removal of the Cook tary.. Col. Geo. W. Hulvey, has recently \. 4
March 11 or 12 was virtually as- men began pouring concrete Jan- place at Tidewater has been Home shooting. Mr. Davis being I family from Florida to this given quite a little time to

Ocala- -The annual report of the sured yesterday at a conference uary 1. Doullut & Ewing, con- sold to the Tidewater Naval Stores ill and unable to accompany him, In 1017 he accompanied them cltY'1 arrangement for placed markers",

Marion County Chamber of Commerce between William B. Naylor the ex tractors, of New Orleans, have company, according to an an- Mr. SusHor took one i of Mr. Davis1/ I Biding here ever since. lie was a I on the highway north and east of

I shows a year of substantial plorer's tour manager, and Thomas this construction work in charge,! nouncement made by the*James D. dogs and went Into the neltlH alone. member of Great Island! Pretibyterlnn Lake City, calling attention to the

I achievement. I C. Imeson city commissioner. and the project will be finished in, Lacey company, acting forest managers I He left his car parked at the I>n- !' church and the Clinton short route to the l Past Coast overState

I' time for the opening of the paper I for the 48,000 acre propertyof I viII home, stating that. he would County Historical Society. The Highway No. 28 to Starke +

Fensacola Pensacola's three Frostproof looks go for any- mill. Forestry Associates, Inc., In I return about dark. Muses Cook are his only survivors. and from there over State Highway -

I banks have combined_. resources.. of' thing Frostproof is one of the I Levy county The turpentine place I When night cam and Mr. Sas- No. 48. In this work the assistance : -
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I more than $9,500,000', more thnn a busiest in Florida. Early morningand Delray Beach The bean move- Is located on the south portion of i ser fulled! to return, his fiien.H Funeral service will be held I II of the cities and towns

I halt million dollars more than the late evening truck load after meat from here Pompano and the Levy county tract. It was op- became alarmed, and one of Mr. Monday afternoon at 2:30:: o'clockat along the way from Daytona Beachto
I
I drat of 1920.Okeechohee. truck load of men may be seen go- Deerfield Is slowing down decidedly erated during 1930 by Mr. A. S. i Davis' sons went In search of him. the Cook residence In charge Lake City has: been secured A '.a

Ing to the groves to gather the due to the cold weather, but a Nicholas who owed, a one-half Interest Inquiries at the home of some I of Rev George G. Culbertson. Ilur- trip was'" recently made by the secretary -
Gus Hunter has beautiful golden fruit. few days of warm weather will Increase in the still and! quarters The negroes In the section revealed I tat 1 will be made In highland cemetery ; over the entire route and

i put on display In Okeechobee receipts rapidly. Prices are Tidewater Naval stores company that the howling of a dog and the I hock Haven/ (Pa.) Express, arrangements> made for the beating -

stalks of sugar cane 13 'to 15: feet 1 Canal Point-Survey Is being high, buyers on the platform pay- was organized, for the purpose of cry of a man had been heard late Jan. 10, i iI of the signs at such places as

long and with 32 to 35 Joints. This made on the. route of Miami canal Ing $4 and $7.50 for Black Valen- acquiring turpentine place and .In tho afternoon. The direction of I ----.---- will be of the most assistance to

f | cane was planted last spring. I by a crew of state road department tines and $5 and $9 for Bountifuls. timber leases, by Mr. John Hall of the sounds were furnlHhed the SonirthiiiKronm the traveling public, and within avery

surveyors for a route for a state Fancy peppers were bringing $2.50, Green Cove Springs. About 10 searcher, and young Mr. Davis, I Hhort space of time these
Okeechobee-The historic Boles worked at pushing further Into the deMit Two Swedes were walking on a sighs;\ will be In place.
i road on the bank of the canal from choice $1.50 and best eggplants crops are being presentand .
hotel building on Miami canal at Lake Harbor at the lake to Miami, around $2.Jacksonville. there Is enough round timberto heard a dog howling. Upon In- railroad' track, when a train came Too much attention cannot be

Lake Okeechobee, for twenty yearsa residents of the Lake Harbor district put up an additional 15 crops vestigation the body of Mr. SIII.Mel' along behind them. One of them given to the careful and proper
landmark In the Everglades has \ report. Florida building There Is also a large quantity of was fou"'d lying about ten feet was lucky enough to jump off the marking of our highways. It Is a

been burned. construction In 1930 showed a decline young timber just below turpentine from a fence. Ills gun was lying track In time; the other nut being courtesy that Is due the public and

I Malone-The largest of approximately forty per size which will allow the operation near the fence. so fortunate The survivor told we should lone( no opportunity in
cooperative
n St. Cloud-Receipts at the St. hog sale conducted in Jackson cent as compared with 1929 according -, to be built up on a permanent bas- Mr. Sasser was well known In about It later: "After I yump," he helping to make travel easy for

n e Cloud postofflce for December county during the past three to estimates made by the (i is. In view of the low level of the this city, being a conductor on said, "I run a little vny and! thenI the stranger who conies our way.

't 1930 showed an Increase of 20 years, was held at Malone. Eightcar Florida State Chamber of Com- naval stores market no new work the Georgia Southern and Florida go buck to see 'bout Ole. Putty Green Cove Springs| ", Times

per cent over the corresponding loads were shipped contain- merce. During 1930 the average will be started this year however. railway He had lived here for 1 soon I come across'! an arm on the .

_ period the previous year ing 538 head weighing 97,550 Florida city took out building per- ---+ mnny years and had made a host track. an' soon I see one of Ola'slegs. Cpn Locka Dedication services
for of mits each month aggregating of friends, who will regret to learn Next' t'lng I see Ole'ti head. tirl I for opening of new naval alr-
pounds selling a top price
f LARCK Tlt.CT'r Den I
!nay, 'My laud, aomct'lng mUHt
Sarasota-The Pageant of Sara $6.40 amounting to $6,057.60.Arcadia 30586.: while! in 1929 the monthly SOLD of his death. : pmt here
MKI.UOSK ?
'R' to 0111.1" Kx.Panama .
happened
I Funeral services will be held TallnhaHMeo Florida's
de Sota, this city's annual festivity average valuation for Florida cities -- golden
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of tourists was $430,889. morrow afternoon at the to-I citrus crop bring state $2SOOOO:
entertainment W.
for the A. Neal of this Purchase of largejtratt; of turpentine -
this on March a Tit 3:30: by the Masons of City Many!/ improvements dully, according to report of state
e will be staged year city received an order for a mil Melrose
property* rear order Mr: Sasaer wall a member. ; being;\ nuulo at local dock i marketing: bureau.
o' s J 6 and 7. lion Big Stem Jersey sweet potato Lynn Haven---Several representatives from the Forestry Association, Inc. I I ,

a slips to be delivered in the of the Hungarian colony Jacksonville at an unnamed price ceme-tery I '
: Fort Lauderdale tussle with Spring. The million plants will who have purchased the A. L. by the Melrose Naval Stores Com 'I
at the
I conducted Rev. J. P. ,
by pell
n; a 350-pound hammerhead shark plant 100 acres to the potatoes. Kline farm and grove on Cedar pany was announced Monday.G. .
,p which required four men and two, Mr. Neal has already bedded 800 Creek, have gone to Chicago and \V Hall of Palatka Is mana- I home, 405! N. Ashley street. his. FORD

i lours''' time to pull in, Is the tale bushels of the Big Stem Jersey. Detroit. They plan to return in ger of the Melrose Naval Stores Surviving Mr.. Sa.HMcr Clara are Mae
wife and! ;
one daughter
it an afternoon's deep-sea fishing a .few weeks with their families company In which P. D. Watkins, I. .
A. L. Saaer -
a near Fort Lauderdale.West .. Alachua "We are determined I and will commence making exten- Hall J. L. Walts Palatka four brothers, Messrs.
Putnam ,
to make our main thoroughfaresone I sive improvements on the prop and S. J. Hall, and S. E. Fogelberg this of city Bon, H.Air.II.Ga.SusHer, I.. E.of Sasser Albany of S .I 0 0 T II N E S S

Palm Beach-Three thou- of the brightest and most attractive erty. They are highly pleased with of Jacksonville are interested.The ; and Emmett SnSflE'r of Macon, and
sand five hundred and twentyoneacres in this or any other section ; their purchase. company was formed several -
: one sister Mrs. L.V.. Arnold of
of vegetables were plantedin ," the city commissioners. .
says months when It acquired
December in the western sec- The whiteway program Is a plan i Greenwood method demon- I possession of ago the old Drennan tractIn Macon friends, In as this well city an a and wide section circle of ( ,);; illlil Iii'"nl;I I i 1 I

tion of Palm Beach county em- long contemplated' here and nowit stration in cooperative poultry West Putnam comprising around I ail/ II I

bracing the Brown company farm is a reality. marketing was conducted at 26,000 acres. -

Greenwood and Malone by County The company plans to turpentineIts
Inverness-J. A. Fleming of the Qunlcy-Qulncy goose hunters Agent Sam Rountree, co-operating properties following late with Mr. Sanser was well known

Inverness Moss Company has just thought the weather auspicious for : with County Agent Witherlngton, saw mills, It was: stated. through this section, being a ,.
commissioned Baxter Morrison to bagging geese and journeyed to St. of Houston county. Even at pre -. i Southern Railway conductor with a mow

obtain 300 tons of green moss to Marks with that idea In view. One, vailing low prices over 6,000 layover In Hampton for many
I be delivered to the curing yards in Walker Blair, was successful, kill- pounds of live poultry was handled' Tn.UN'NU HITS SCHEDULES years Mrs.: Sosser before her

Inverness during the next 90 days. ing two, but others, including G. L at these sales, selling for slightlyover marriage was Miss Clara Hunt, a l
McCall and Blucher Blair, shot a $1,000.00.West Change of train schedules Jan. very popular Hampton girl. Her I Ili
4th as follows: friends will sympathize with
many
OrlandoThe 21st annual cen- couple of hooeys.MariannaProbably.
tral Florida exposition which will Palm Beach--An argumentover local.Southbound, No. 1, 11:09: p. m., her and her little daughter In their

be held In Orlando February 21-28 the most politics brought death to I sot row.
. Inclusive Is to be particularly richin attractive pamphlet ever issued John Smith, Republican and the Southbound, No. 11, 11:23: a. m.. .

cups trophies and premium covering the Gulf Coast section, arrest of Jesse Hall, Democrat. The local. : 30,000 ELECTRICLIGIITJ:
awards. Prizes total 10000. has just been issued by the L. & two men had been friends and Southbound, No. 107 11:00 a. m., INSTALLED:

N railway, which covers all the Smith was Invited to Hall's home limited.

Pensacola-A smaller loaf of territory without discrimination last night for dinner. They start- Southbound. No. 191 12.04 a. m., Tampa, Fla.. Jan. 21.-Thirty The in> tr t>* fnl Is nary mor tint
bread, selling at five cents. Is plan and is handsomely and expansively ed discussing politics Smith prais- limited.No. thousand electric lights red blue I

ned by virtually every bakery In illustrated. ing Al Smith and Hall favoring Southbound. 3, 6:35: a.No.m.103 5:10: a. m., and white aligned in streamers, tl'(!"tllll1 anal roller bearnaEV1DENCC
the city following announcementby President Hoover. One word led to have been Installed throughout the

Smith's Bakery that a five-cent Fort Lauderdale Remodelingof another, Words led to blows. limited. Tampa and Ybor City business districts -
loaf would go on sale from Its' the Fort Lauderdale Daily Newsa Smith knocked him down three Northbound No. 2, 4:55: : a. m., lo- as decorative features duringthe of the! high; quality built Into the new Ford

1 plant. 4-story structure formerly times, Hall said. Then he pickedup cal.Northbound South Florida Fair and Gas- In the fxlenimo: use of bull and roller hearings. There
No. 12, 3.:SO p. m.,
known as the Mercantile Buildinghas a butcher knife. Smith died to- local. papilla Carnival February 3 to 14. arc more than twenty In all an unusually large: nnmIxr. -
j Dover-W. D. Williams, of this begun and it Is expected that day. The task of wiring has been com-
Northbound No. 108 5:29: lim- Hach; hearing I li adequate) In size and carefully
place entered the' big hog contest the building will be ready for occupancy pleted and all Is In readiness to
I when he reported the butchering the latter part of February Bowling Green-A large crowd ited.Northbound clone the switch that will bath delected for the work% it has to do.
No.4 7:05
: m.,
I of a 750-pound hog and T. attended the opening of the Har- limited. p. the city and exposition groundswith At Mime points in tlio Ford chassis you will find hall

I R. Williams reported a 13-months I dee County Strawberry Festival Ktarke & "'anll.*.., BranchNo. unprecedented billlance. Several !hsnring*. At others, roller hearings are lined regardless!:
old 475-pound hog prepared for St. Augustine Although be- I held in this city last week. Governor thousand more lights have
101 leaves 7:00: a. m. of their The factor the
la
I higher eon!. deciding
human consumption. sieged dozens of times by land and Carlton officially opened the been added to the customary elec- per
No. 102 arrives 2:40: p. m.
I sea, old Fort Marion at St. Augustine festival. The three highest cash trical effects. formance of the car.

I Pensacola-The Yon bill authorizing was never taken. It Is the prizes were awarded to J. A. Al- Blue Bu Schedules The extensive uo of 1.01101111 roller hearing In the
, the Pensacola Bridge corporation oldest standing fort In the United britton for the best decorated and
Southbound-9.37: a. m., 11:37a. : new Ford insure smoother operation, save gasoline: ,
' to and is worth to Florida arranged booth the best Individual '
States a trip
construct a bridge ,
4:07 m., 6:37: m., 11:, COFFINS & CASKETS
m., : p. p. increases and de-
I' across Santa Rosa sound near to see. If its walls could speaka farm booth and the best display of speed power, given quicker pick-up,

Grassy Point Fla., was passed by story could be told more Interesting strawberries. The festival extended 40 Northbound-4:50 p. m. : a. m., 8:53: And a Full Line of creases noise, and I gives greater reliability and longer life

the house and sent to the senate. than fiction. over the greater part of the
any a. m., 1:53: p. m., 4:23: p. m., 8:23: Undertakers' Supplies to vital moving parts.
week and despite the cool and un-
p. m. Other outstanding feature' that make the new Ford
crowds AUTOMOBILE HEARSE
seasonable large
Sebring-Road building machinery Panama City-George B. Tyson weather Tickets and information atSmith'
has arrived in Highlands Ham- who is promoting an air field visited the festival every day.Clewlston next to At... .. ...... Til. .... a value far above the price are the Triplex shatterproof
Service Station ........ .. .......
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tk Iowa
mock and it Is stated the contracthas for Panama City has just returned courthouse. plan windshield,silent, fully enclosed four-wheel broken,
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.1.1 /eManea
been let for the work on the from a business trip to Mont -The new cane harvesting eyes.HEOICTPCHKO four Houdaille iloulile understanding that only local labor gomery. While In that city he machines, which were to of Miilla
Cloning
BMBALMRH aluminum chrome oilcan valves
and trucks will be used. made arrangements with the Montgomery take the place of hand labor in North pistons, alloy ,

School of Aeronautics to harvesting the cane for the big Train No. 12, 3:30: p. m. DEWITT C. JONES three-quarter floating rear axle, Restless Steel, the extensive .

Fort Pierce Probably the have one or more ships remain sugar mill here are not proving Train No. 4. 6:40: p. m. TtnKH.'! FLORIDA use of fine steel forging, and unusual accuracy
largest number of shrimp boats here through the summer. satisfactory as they are too slowin South i manufacturing.

that have ever been In the local operation to keep the mill supplied Train No. 11. 11:00: a. m.

harbor at one time were tied up at Jacksonville Richard E. Still- with sufficient grist. Unless Train No. 1, 6:40: p. m.

the packing plant docks Friday man prominent attorney died late the: machines can be speeded up it HUrkn & Wannra TUB Nrw FORD

the number being approximately today of Injuries believed self-in will be necessary to supplementthem Mall closes 7:00: a. m.
M, all well loaded with shrimp. flicted at his home here. A note with hand labor, It l Is said. In Mall arrives 2:40: p. m. i Town SIUAJIF LJli
found in his possession said: "I am this event there will be need for -

Fort Myers-Keep February 11 losing my mind. Sorry to trouble about 2,500 negro laborers, the mill No Sunday service.No. 'I M yt

open for the big celebration in Fort you." He graduated from Yale managers announce. The mill Is in 12 last train for registers. >

Myers. The Edison bridge will be law school in 1907BlountatownA the hands of receivers, who are Train 12 best air mall connections.
dedicated with- appropriate ceremonies endeavoring to save the crop of .
and it i is hoped that the I double deckercar several thousand acres of cane'
State Road department will hold load of Calhoun county hogs which have been planted in this Spuds Johnson says: "Don't try

Its meeting here on that date. were shipped from Blountetown section. : to fool anybody; you can't fool a
and Altha In cooperative hog sales .-- I wise man and fooling the other

Trenton-Collection of $15,000 held under the direction of County Jacksonville Citrus shippers! kind doesn't get you anywhere."

n the liability of one of the sure- Agent John G. Kelly. The ship- and railroad representatives of Initial -

ties of c. O. Thomas former Gll- ment which was bought by Swift : ( lines In Florida held a meeting For Your Protection ,
christ was & Company'weighed 29.680 poundsand here early this week to discuss
county tax collector Are LOW I'IICES!' 0 V Ii't1IIU
!t>cted after Judgment had been' netted a sum of 1829.56 to local emergency reduced freight rates Substitutes and Financial Safety CAlt,4

for citrus and accordingto ..... ...... d
entered against the surety In circuit , hog raisers. growers r_,- M. .--,
A. M. Pratt general managerof Never GenuineAlways .. .....- ,.., er-.rr. -d. r
court. -- I __he.n.l. $430 to $630 s
14.0OO.OOO: the Florida Citrus Growers'
I Tampa-In 10 weeks H.--- d-I....-- ,
Jacksonville New Industries. cans ot. Florida grapefruit and I Clearing House Association It la something lacking In substitute ,....we..hrN.. ,- M -
y-
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been shipped by water highly possible that reduced rates I I there in original. ho..p._ .. .._-_-_ ,. .... .. .. .
established in Jacksonville last juice have that's always f O. s Detroit, flat /'"(.* "'f. ..../... .*4 .par .n .._
year have added $393,020 to the from Tampa going to more than may be Inaugurated. "It was a''; Genuine Carter's Little Liver Pill M .... _r.-r ., ._11 f.... r... ... pmrwkmf* m ftffj *M _"...,... _... ........
't'ys 20 Five of these ports are meeting characterized by: frank calomel, &.0----... tit. Aialtowlfmf r.." n".*.. ,..... ./ .*. ".'_HI Cn/a C..._,. 1is
annual payrolls, according ports. containing pure vegetable : ..'r-''..... i'f"-"" ,_ .. .
to a review of the activities and on the Pacific with Los Angeles and friendly discussion of condi- give tried and true relief for torpid
achievements ChambeV of receiving the largest consign- tion of the growers in the state," bile
of the sluggish l liver Starting flowing
Commerce. ments. More than 1,600,000 cans Mr. Pratt ald. "Railroad official freely, they flush body clean. ''Carter 1 HAROLD C. WALL
have to California. One shipment were receptive and assured the
gone IJttte Liver Fills come: In red bottle
INSURANCE
Jacksonville The preliminary went to Shanghai. China. growers that immediate step
Insults to they
Substitute are your
total of Florida would be taken with their northern s
bank clearings for
for 1930 .. compiled: by the li lorwr W ucbula,- While busy now connection: for action." TaU Carter. STARKE, FLORIDA


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B. H. S. JOURNAL"The Staff" i I I Conveyors Carry Ford Car Parts, I II II -:- Do You Know ? -1





I : tatt d sal>Fwr.i'as ,-
I Editor-in-Chief Milton Brownlee .
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.I Assistant Editor ___________________ Hazel! Adkins I

Sports Editor ____ ______________ Gary Overstreet

Literary Editor ____________________ Muriel Silcox .I h v xY wi MKy ,' 'ufy vi" r '? ., '
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Exchange Editor ________________ Annie Mae Pearce '. j, Wp"r ve, ,', .
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See Hear! The greatest produc- WHATOfLI) II.\I'I>ES IF- ::fI. w t

tion of the year. STUNT NIGHT, ;
tonight at eight o'clock Pack the Bill W. lost his glasses? t e
family in the "flivver" and come Gary wasn't sports editor? ;'efii :

to see such things as the football We had! chapel ? yr Ii
game between Mildew and Yale- Miriam lost her beau?

burg, the two Black Birds, featur- Milton couldn't smile? ,
Ing two of Bradford Ill's best entertainers George I. went barefoot 7 '> tf

t and dozens of other Kathryn W. cut her hair? \ "

stunts tilth Nat Sternberg as master The buses were not late .
of ceremonies. I The boiler bursted ? $
i4 lA Wly. r
- Mr Dowlfng wasn't busy? : ry a' ? ,, a"
t. Billy P. wore shoes that didn't 4 + '

Improvements are continually make so much noise?
'_ being made around the school. Last Jack K. was fat? 4i'I
week benches were placed! under is' nmwa s <
Cleo Saxon was a flapper? m _:___ _ _______ ___ ________
} the oak trees by the P T. A. for Lorena did not say, "Am I tip- I it r 7F
the benefit of the younger children IlIy1" Trains unload in the plant. Bodies starting through the shop d

and for those who eat their lunches :Mrs. Hudson didn't teach? r,

y on the grounds. (Don't tell anybody I Cleo S. was a blonde? I I

but we wish they'd paint 'em Mrs. Carpenter forgot to give

green.) reports?

The rats were dumb ? i
,
SEMOKS The? seniors couldn't look dignified f


How time flies! Only three more U t
.I
months and all of the seniors will BHAUrOKI IH'Ml'S'

be bidding "Ole" Bradford Hi

goodbye. A very important meetIng Howard: "I'll give you ten dollars .
was held in the senior class to do my worrying for me."

a home room last Friday afternoon.You Gary: "You're on, Where's the .' 1. .

,' should have heard the noise, ten?" 1. : : _THAT In Jasper National Park Alberta-the largest national play.
s you wouldn't have known there Howard: "That's your first wor- IA .: In the world-In the heart of the Canadian Rockies, there
was such a thing as '"dignified sen ry." are several' hundred peaks that never have been climbed? Postern
iors." Anyway here's what it was Peak shown above 'Is one of these It looks like a good model for tin
builder of a New York skyscraper to fellows
all about I
q? : : Thelma: "You sure think you

Class colors-Rainbow. are good looking, don't you?" -

Class flower-Sweet pea. Ben: "Well, no, but what Is my Plant City-C. L. Knight and son Sealey building'between W ClBlackshear's

Motto "Tonight we launch, opinion against that of hundredsof of Tampa, sold property adjoining Barber Shop an|
;l -where shall we anchor?" women?"
Hotel Plant on west, and fronting Free Press office.
'F' The seniors ordered their invitations -
this week. We're warning Ralph (with hands over Cleo's on Reynolds, to New York InterJacksonvilleSite to be select!

you early) eyes) "If you can't guess who it is ests. by government for construction o'I

Step right up ladles and gent-le- in three guesses, I'm going to kiss Tarpon Springs-Arcade Hotel new $30,000 airway radio static I

men. Right this way to hear the you." Coffee Shop opened recently. Clewiston Large sugar mil

good news. It went be long now Cleo: "Jack Frost, Davy Jones, Fort Pierce-Payroll paid by Ft. here to start operations, employinj

until you will see the dignified seniors Santa Claus," Conveyors carry wheels with mounted tires, over a line on which cars pass to completion I Pierce during 1930 averaged more 2,000 workers to care for 23,,(XXI
pass from thin school forever. than $7,000 per month. acres of fine sugar valued at $2 [

Maybe they will be sorry. :Maybe Murla: "I wonder where all the The highly Important part played by conveyor systems their trip on a conveyor while the third view Is of Mayo-H. L. Wlnderweedle mov 000000.

they will be glad! Who knows? pins go?" In all Ford Motor Company manufacturing: and the conveyor system used to bring wheels to the ed grocery business from coorner Plant City-Carload of stra |

We had rather a hot debate Mary: "Can't say. They're always assembly plants Is graphically shown In the III e>ove chastes which are also moving on a conveyor. As of Main and Monroe streets to berries shipped from this point.

choosing:: our colors, motto, and pointed one way and headed three pictures taken In the recently opened Edge. Indicated In the picture, II constant flow of wheels __ .d.d.____ ___ _u____ _____ __d_______ _ __ _
flower. I believe it would! stand the on which the t'res! have already been mounted moves
other. water, N. J., plant One of the picture. show how
next best to the de- around and over the chassis assembly lint. A* a
+ Hayne-Webster
parts be unloaded from
/ .
may freight wlthlh.
cars the
chaceis enters the section the TELEGRAPHWILL
worlters In of
+ groups four,
Eldredge: "Fine day, today.
bate.Loiselle plant only II few feet from the various assembly lines.) each take a wheel from the hooks and fasten It to
Turner, who was a senior coach; spring in the air"Coach Another picture shows automobile bodies starting the chassis.
here before she moved to Lovell: "Eh ?"

Gainesville, was visiting our his- "I said In the -
spring
Eldredge:
pose of planning for this affair. making twelve of the nineteen SEND vii
tory class Friday afternoon.The air today."
Here, the juniors do not have the points. -
seniors are under-going an Coach Lovell: "Eh?"
sympathy of the seniors-they Lineup: Manning and Adkins, EVERGREEN i
j awful strain wondering whether In the air."
Eldredge: "Spring must face this battle alone! For guards, BrlUdon:: and Green centers, Mr.. V. A. Uo.lr. Cor.
they will have their ten quality Coach Lovell: "Why should! I ?
the seniors have troubles of their Tompkins points Why should I?" OOMAGAE
,-.- own--they must gather together Mr. and Mrs. Jack Brennan, Mr.
I? Don't forget STUNT NIGHT in Among those attending the pennies enough to pay for Invita- = = and Mrs. N R. Traylor and Mrs. !

r the B. H. S Auditorium tonight Starke-Melrose basketball gamesat tions, cards, etc. ZIFF H. G. McPherson of Maxville, spent
n' Admission, 25c''' and 50c. Melrose Friday night were: By the way, folks, at a senior Sunday here with B. E. Rosier and
e class meeting Friday the membershad allow Opsl LenU( Cor.
Patsy Brinson, Daisy Tompkins mother. A D THIS MEVSPAPERI
regular battle of Waterloothe -
Dora Manning, Evelyn Stump, a Mr. and Mrs. Yarbrough and son i
BOILER AGAIN FLOODEDLast losing side being a group of Services were held at Little
Marjorie Stump, Murla Weeks, Springs, spent a few
Mary Pearce, Ruth Rowe, Lorena seniors he's who preslsted in vot- Rock church! Saturday and Sundayby lays last week here with Mr. and <::)
I
the students
Thursday were Greene, Eldredge Robinson, Ben ing against the senior she's. Well, Pastor Elder Anderson of Mrs. Will Kersey.B. o FOR
a not because
given a holiday they known the ladles
have -
aa you might E. R. S. and J. Rosier
Q.
Sternberg, Howard Moore, Howard! were
wanted it but because they had to won and a final decision was Brooker. ONLY'
visitors to Starke CtU.1
Miner Bill Walnwrlght, Milton Saturday. I
,
a
Miss Rhoda Thomas of Jackson- "
+ take it, for the boiler room was made on class colors, flowers, anda
Those the funeral of
lY Brownlee Cox Mlrlan Jacobs attending
Ralph ,
entirely covered with water when motto. Some of the defeated ville Is spending a while here withbel'
Johnnie McPherson which
the fireman went down to build! the Ruth Sternberg, Scootle An- tern butthey'l1 parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. B. was
voters are indignant
drews, Clara Louise Peek, Hazel pro Thomas and other relatives and held at the Long Branch cemetery ..et.>or...' s.racg
fire. The water was pumped out .
get over it
Adklna, Lester Price Robinson, ; Thursday! of last .eek from Ever-
j', by the city fire truck, but the fire eTORNADOES friends
NooKle Brownlee green were: Mr. and Mrs C. A.
Wainwright, Mary Mr. Everett Wasbee and! mother
; box was too wet to start a fire, so
Estelle Davis Coach Pringle and children, Mr.' and :Mrs.R. .
Conch
the principal called it a holiday, LOSE and little sister, Evelyn of Waldo : YOU
CAN
Broward Lovell and others. S. Rosier and Airs J. S. Rosier. HAVE YOUR
This has been happening for the were visiting in our section sev- I $
past few years, but this flooding (By Eldredge Robinaon.) eral days past. ii CHOICE OF ANY FIVE OF ,
NF.UH OF THE DAY Rev. L. A. Donnelly of Starke,
promises to be the last time as the The Melrose Wildcats dealt the Miss Francis: Murrhee\ and Mrs.C. I.
officials are on the trail of the B. II. S Tornadoes! their second defeat B. RadfofJ of Graham were visIting filled his regular appointment here THE MAGAZINES LISTED
Junior English students are joy- of the in Melrose last Saturday and Sunday.
guilty ones. season in our section one day of this BELOW
test Mr. and Mrs. Cohen Peele were FOR A FULL YEAR
4t' fully anticipating a delightful Friday night 97. The score fairly week.
tomorrow-the great event which represented the relative strengthof Mr. J. W. Lewis was attendingto visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. ( TWELVE 'MONTHS )

JUNIORS tells what they know, or rather, the two teams. Melrose was unable business) Starke Friday Ury Reddish Wateroak Saturday -

what they don't know. So If you to run up the score, more than Mrs. Delntnu.! Starling and! children Why pay more for ycur magazines(

Well, we are still planning on the see any juniors with a long face It two points anytime of the game, of Aluctiua spent the last'of -0-waM when you eon buy thorn ot less than q

banquet and maybe we shall have won't puzzle you. Even at that- and with this two point advantagethey this week !here with her parents. PLANT CITY BKKKYMOVEMENT ran cost through your home town newspaper -

it all ready for the seniors by the' despite all the glamour of such an held throughout the game. Mr. Casoft of Starke was in our "' ? You cen cctuelly: get five of

last of April. event they have nothing, to com- Brownlee starred for the Tornadoes section one day of last week. America's loading farm and fiction

?: We can't say a thing about basketball pare with this week'a series: of en- making four of the seven There was church at Rock Mon- Plant City, Fla., Jan. 23.-Last ounhY magazines et this amazing prlco If cF

t this week because the seniors tertainments which are being held points and Sternberg made the day by Elder Lions of Alabama. Saturday's shipments of strawberries a you order now._ If you act quickly you

outclassed us BO much; Dora for the special benefit of ye hope- : balance of the points for the 1'01'- Mrs. Towtnle Wasbee and from this point, consisting of will receive fiv: n'T 'n. during!

Manning for the girls and Milton ful seniors. What joy awaits them : nadoes. daughter, Mian Estelle of Waldo, 25,048 quarts, were the largest roa aratR the next yoar for just a little\ more

Brownlee for the boys. .-History, English, Geometry, Biology Shumaker starred for Melrose, Sirs O. W. Pyal and Mrs. I. W. single day's shipment for this season I than the prIce of this newspaper.

k Last week we said we were go- -and what have you! Some I making six of the nine points for Dyal and daughter, Miss Marion so far, and brought the sea- .i Don't hesitate to send your order If

Ing to have a junior play, but that Juniors will also participate in the :Melrose. The first first quarter Lee of Granatu. spent Tuesday at son's total to 262,000 quarts. Three ln" some of these come to you now. Renewals 22'i'c

has been called oR because there' Biology and Geometry-what a :ended with Melrose leading 2-0 and the home of .Ir. and Mrs.\ T. D.( solid cars of berries and 91 pony will be extended twelvemonths

are so many others being given this privilege! However, the poor the first half ended with the teams Dyal. refrigerators were shipped Satur-M! 1>
spring.We dears will be denied the Irresistible tied 44. In the third quarter Melrose Mr. and Mrs I. W Dyal and day night, bringing the carlot _Svt data.SEND .

are very sorry that Hilda history and senior English made three more points to daughter Ulna Marion Lee, spent movement to 21 cars for this sea c ; _

1 Durden, a popular member of our tests->joy Immortal! The seniors take the lead 7-4, then the Torna- Sunday here with their parents, son. S _Qprn is.,
class and class treasurer, has stop- sympathize with Juniors but are does started off the fourth quarterby Mr. and :Mrs. J. W. Lewis. I j 1' FBarmr ''M It hhrrM rr

ped school for this year. encouraging ,with hopes for next making a l field goal and a char- Mr. and Mr9. T. D. Dyal are the I&24lct'

Don't anybody forget to come to year-then the pleasure will be all ity shot, and then Melrose made a proud parents of a boy that arrived I ( rhlr t t
i Stunt Night tonight. Its going to helrs.: rally to defeat the Tornadoes 9-7. Jan.- 17. 6i21

be good. Those taking part In the Stunt I Lineup: Moore and Sternberg,, :Mr. and ),ra. Joe Ellerbee of

We are all moanln' and groanln' night program certainly deserve forwards; Cox, center; Miner and Starke, spent today with Mrs. El-
I about an English test Miss Florence the reward of having a large audience Wainwright, guards.1IiIRLWiNDS lerbee's parents. r $NOWJ
+ us the other Was .
V gave day. present at the performance.They Elder W. M. Moody of La-
it hard? are working, and working LOSE AGAIN
crosse attended church at Rock COUPON
hard--even missing classes which Sunday. ..
ATTENTION!!! See! heart! Nat always have to be made up In some (By Eldredge Robinson.) school'at
There Is
Sternberg, the famous black-face manner or means-a thing that is A large crowd of spectators Sunday Dedan d Gentlemen: I wish to take advantage of your magaxln bargain'
comedian tonight at high school church every Sunday afternoon at OiTiiiAvenueridingr. offer I em enclosing the above amount In lot sub-
time-taking, and certainly we have witnessed a decisive defeat handedto 3 o'clock. welcome. payment a on year
Everybody
auditorium.. never heard any student express the B. H. S. Whirlwinds by the ) tcrlpilon to you pap.r and the live magazines that I have marked with

i any great delight over it. The Melrose Wildcats in a fast game at CANNINQ GRAPEFRUIT straninff. shopping! a an X below
TIPS ON ETIQUETTE, ETC. Glee Club Is working up a par- Melrose last Friday night. The panorama of beauty streams thru ,
ticularly! attractive feat-Gypsies, first quarter ended with :Melrose this famous street of fashion. Thru
i NAME
Dear Tampa F1%.---A grapefruit can- Goaraad's Oriental! Cream
Madam Bramvtillers: dancing and singing-a combina- leading 3-2. Then Melrose's first you can 1
friend ning demonstration was recentlyheld possess a skin and complexion that
My called
while
.i 1 was out. lie yesterday the maid his I tion liked by everybody. team went Into action and ran at Lake Fern, near here, andS even the most attractive then rrtOTef tut.
gave Poor Juniors! They are now experiencing roughshod over the Whirlwinds to cans were put up by the demon- would be proud to .... e
card and she Immediately shut the : the trials and tribula- bring the first half to a close with strators. Sine that time womenIn Try it tonight; With the Tel'J'8n' TOWN
door In his face. My friend was tions of last tou.h -STATlQ -
year's Melrose
juniors. They leading 133. The third the community have been a faacinatiar.; clear,
busy
very angry and told me of it later have a terrible sword of Demos quarter started off with Melrose Early appearance ef radiant I
Should 1 release the maid? thence hanging over their heads reserves playing. Both teams canning cheap fruit that they will is iwmled. Will not rub o a-tc........,JMN.I C .........d at.gnb.

Sincerely yours, an inevitable fate awaiting them! fought on an equal standing with use later for on to foal lower Miss family Allie expenditures Lee ell. str kk: or spot.OOUtAUttf. $ C no. Ceesery ..... C Mnb.Nel H.c" 'nC

Dear Alice. That fate Is the Junior-Senior banquet each team making one goal. Melrose Rush, home demonstration agent, 1I.b.-ItJ"l.......y a1.q..1e. C........CWeetfyJ
Alice
All maids: How little some of the juniors opened the fourth quarter by reports. no.'_,...., C .......... ..............
should know
how to
NT4l
receive visitors. realize the importance this racking up two goals to end the .- i O C 0....._ M.iEEtr C ....sy s.-
her
Try again, notable event U well Illustrated
by game 185.Manning. Panama City R. H. Gray Installed CREAM O Geed ...ri..
5 and if she doesn't do any better, the promptness with which C ward P..Iby kw.0 ...
t give her notice to find another Job the juniors do not attend manyof their for played an outstanding large: o4 modern Frlgldalre was ter - AM r stir.L.d ..... Ode C soocc....... I........
Madam BramvUiiers.t tame the Whirlwind, while plant In his 'u" In eastern part ... ,... IW .... ,. C ..... ......
d' class meetings, held for the pur- Brockman starred for the winners. of this city. T. 104.."'",. .. ..... ..._v.-lt bit.EM C w.w'r week .
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I .. JANUARY 80 IDS!
BRADFORD COUNTY TEUEGRAm. STARKE, FLORIDA
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shipping strawberries, growers In Ct. Petersburg Plans are now MIt. SASSKK DIES AS J"UEDEIUCKLJIEItT FISIIKR w ,
this section are also shipping vege being considered for Clay County Marking
r-- placing copiesof RESULT[ ACCIDENT
News of Florida ir. Short Paragraphs tables, including peppers, the Florida
peas Brief prepared for Frederick Albert Fisher died Roads Through CountyFor
eggplant, cabbage, tomatoes ana use in connection with the Nationtl DlM-harge of Gun Slays Well suddenly this morning at 2:30:

escarole Strawberry shipmentsfor Soldiers Home campaign Into Known \'ahIOlltan'hIl8 o'clock at the home of his sisters. the past several months the

tii. week were nearly 100,000 the hands of physicians throughout Hunting on Thursday Ir-law, the Misses Harriet G. and Clay county chamber of commerce

I I pints. The average price was 15 the country, according to a Katherine G. Cook, 402 Fast Wa- has given quite a little time and
[[LIVE STATE NEWSTOLD and 16 cents a pints f b.
o.
1 statement made today by Herman Valdosta, Ga., Jan. 24.--While ter street, where he made his home. attention to the proper marking of 1
Dann, chairman of the state com- hunting in the Clyattville district Death was due to a heart attack. the roads leading to and through k
mittee'on
Cocoa-By a decision of officialsof the National Soldiers yesterday afternoon Mr. Charles P. He had apparently been in his usual the county. In conjunction with, 4

Eastern Air Transport, Inc., Cocoa Home. "The favorable comment Sasser, well known Valdosta citizen : health until Thursday whenhe the Florida Highway No. 3 Improvement '

BY OUR EXCHANGES became the junction point for received from organizations and in- was Instantly killed when his : complained of a slight discom- Association, of which
the company for air passenger ser- dividuals from all sections of the shotgun accidentally discharged fort in his cheat. During the the local chamber secretary is

<.'-'-- ,,. , -.. .... -... .. "-,- - ..... .. ....... vice, succeeding Daytona Beach on state, as we'l as from other states" the entire load entering his right night, he was taken ill, death en- treasurer, arrangements have
account of failure of the latter city says Chairman Dann, "has been breast and ranging upward thru suing In a short time. been made for the marking of the
Springs Exchange ida State Chamber
of
Tarpon for Commerce, to comply with specIBcatlons of such that the committee has requested his lungs Mr. Sasser was aloneat He was born in Norwalk, O., but highways north of Jacksonville '
sales the. past season amounted to
$1,049,780,990. The
sponge the company in the development of the Florida state chamberof the time of the accident and resided for a number of years in with signs calling attention to the
to $730,000. total
amounted clearings for the same periodin the field commerce to use every effort to there were no eye witnesses to the Florida where he engaged ip' the fact that state Highway No. 3 i
1929 was $1,269,176,531.Jacksonville secure a wide distribution of the tragic event. merchandising business. Ills wife, leads to and through "the heartof

] WauchulaWauchula now has Panama City-Work at the book." Mr. Sasser, It Is said, went to : who passed away some years ago Florida"-tb most beautiful i

I a Ono new airport, opened, dedicated Admiral RichardE. municipal docks is up to sched- the home of Mr. Smith Davis, a I was formerly Miss Elizabeth M. section of the slate The secretary ,

I and all. Byrd's appearance here on ule, and the large crew of work- Ocala--The Nicholas turpen friend living near Clyattville, for i, Cook.: On the removal of the Cook Col. Geo. W. Hulvey, has recently '

March 11 or 12 was virtually! assured men began pouring concrete Jan- tine place at Tidewater has been some shooting. Mr. Davis, being I family from Florida to this city, given quite a little time to
OcalaThe annual report of the I yesterday at a conference uary 1. Doullut & Ewing con- sold to the Tidewater Naval Stores 111 and unable to accompany him In 1917, he accompanied them, residing arrangement for placed markerson

I Marlon! County Chamber of Commerce between William B. Naylor, the ex- tractors, of New Orleans, have(1 company according to an announcement Mr. Sasser lock one i of Mr. Davis' ! here ever since. lie was a the highway north and east of

I shows a year of substantial I plorer's tour manager, and Thomas this construction work in charge, I I made by the*James D. dogs and went Into the fields. alone. member of Great Island Presbyterian Lake City, calling attention to the I

| achievement. C. Imeson, city commissioner. and the project will be finished in Lacey company) acting forest managers He left his car parked at the Davis :-I church and the Clinton short route to the Fast Coast overState

time for the opening of the paper:I. for the 48,000 acre property I home stating that he would ), County Historical Society. The Highway No. 23 to Starke
I pensacola Penaacola's three Frostproof: looks go for any mill of Forestry Associates\ Inc., In return about dark. Misses Cook are his only surviv and from there over State Highway d

I banks have combined resources of thing Frostproof is one of the Levy county. The turpentine placeis I When night came and Mr. Sl\s-1 No. 48. In thin work the as-

] more than $9,500,000, more than a busiest in Florida. Early morningand Delray BeachThe bean move- located on the south portion of ser failed to return, his friends ors.Funeral services will be held ultttancn of the cities and towns

I halt million dollars more than the late evening truck load after I ment from here, Pompano and the Levy county tract. It was op- became alarmed and one of Mr. I Monday afternoon at 2:30: o'clock along the way from Daytona Beachto

I first of 1929.Okecchobee. truck load of men may be seen go- Decrflcld is slowing down decidedly I erated during 1930; by :Mr. A. S. : Davis' sons went In search of him. I! at the Cook residence In chargeof Ake City has been secured. A

ing to the groves to gather the I due to the cold weather but a'' Nicholas who owed a one-half In- 'Inquiries at the home of Homo Kev. George G. Culbertson. BurIal trip was: recently made by the sec

Gus Hunter has beautiful golden fruit. I few days of warm weather will increase terest in the still and quarters. The negroes In the section revealed I will be made In Highland ceme- retary over the entire route end

I put on display in Okeechobee' receipts rapidly. Prices are Tidewater Naval .stores companywas that the howling of a dog and the I tery.Lock Haven (Pa.) F.xpress, arrangements made for the locating .

stalks of sugar cane 13 to 15 feet Canal Point-Survey Is being high, buyers on the platform pay- organized l. for the purpose of cry of a man' had been heard late : Jan. If!. of the sign/ at such places aawill

long and with 32 to 35 joints, This made on the. route of :Miami canal Ing $4 and $7.50 for Black Valentines acquiring the turpentine place and In the afternoon. The direction of I ----.----- be of the mONt assistance to

I cane was planted last spring. by a crew of state road department and $5 and $9 for Bountifuls. timber leases, by Mr. John Hall. of the sounds were: furnished the SomothlnirVrong the traveling public: and within a

surveyors for a route for a state Fancy( peppers were bringing $2.50, Green Cove Springs..\ About 10 searcher and young Mr. Davis !' very nhort space of time these
Okeechobee-The historic Boles road on the bank of the canal from choice $1.50 and best eggplants I crops are being worked at present pushing further Into the fields, Two Swedes were walking on a signs will be In place I
1 hotel building on Miami'canal at Lake Harbor at the lake to Miami, around $2. and there Is enough round timberto heard a dog howling. Upon Investigation railroad track, when a train came Too much attention cannot bo

Lake Okeechobee, for twenty years residents of the Lake Harbor district put up an additional 15 crops. the body of Mr. Sas- ,' along behind them. One of them given to the careful and proper
[ a landmark in the Everglades, has \ report. Jacksonvllle--: Florida: building There Is also a large quantity of ser was found lying about ten feet was lucky enough to Jump off the meriting of our highways. It Is a

been burned.St. construction in 1930 showed a de-II. young timber just below turpentine from a fence. His gun was lying track in time: the other not being courtesy that is due the public and

Malone-The largest co-opera- cline of approximately forty per size which will allow the operationto near the fence. so fortunate. The survivor "told we should lose no opportunity in

Cloud-Receipts at the St. tive hog sale, conducted in Jackson cent as compared with 1929, according be built up on permanent\ basIn Mr Sasser was well known in about"It later: "After I yump, he helping to make travel easy for
Cloud postofflce for December, county during the past three to estimates made by the i is. view of the low level of the this city, being a conductor on said, 1 run a little vay, and then the stranger who comes our way
showed an increase of 20 the Southern and Florida. I go back to woo 'bout Ole. Putty Green Cove Springs Times.
1930 years, was held at Malone. Eight Florida State Chamber of Com-i naval stores market no new work Georgia
per cent over the correspondingperiod car loads were shipped containing merce. During 1930 the average I will be started this year, however. railway. He had lived here for I soon I come across an arm on the .
and had made host )! track, an' soon I see one of Ole'alegs Locka- -Dedication
a services
the previous year. 528 head, weighing 97,550 Florida city took out building permits --+ many years Cpa>
who will to learn Next' t'lng I see Ole's head ho! I for of naval airport "
for each month of friends, regret opening new -
pounds, selling a top price of aggregating
LAKGK TRACT AT Den I
must '
way, 'My GudlIomet'ing
Sarasota-The Pageant of Sarade $6.40 amounting to $6,057.60. $30,586, while In 1929 the monthly I MKLKOSK KOLA of his death. I here. ,
happened to Ole! Kx.
services will be held tomorrow Tallahassee Florida's
Funeral
-- golden
Sota, this city's annual festivity average valuation for Florida cities
for the entertainment of tourists,, Arcadia-W. A. Neal of this was $430,889. large'tract of turpentine afternoon at the cemetery ----------- cltiui crop brings tttate $200,000

will be staged this year on'Marchn city received an order for a mil- Purchase of a near, Melrose-ftt 3:30: by the Masons, of which Panama City Many Improvements (dally, according to report of state I
property. Sasser member. being made at local dork
order Mr. was a i marketingFORD bureau.
6 and 7. lion Big Stem sweet Lynn Haven---Several
) Jersey potato represen- from the Forestry Association, Inc. '
services at the -
Prior to the cemetery
slips to be delivered in the tatives of the Hungarian colony unnamed
Jacksonville at an price
brief service, t
be
Fort Lauderdale--A tussle with Spring. The million plants will who have purchased the A. L. by the Melrose Naval Stores Com I' there will a
a 350-pound hammerhead shark plant 100 acres to the potatoes.Mr. Kline farm and grove! on Cedar pany was announced Monday.G. conducted by Rev J. P. Dell, at the

which required four men and two, Neal has already bedded 800 Creek, have gone to Chicago and \"V. Hall of I'alatka is mana- home, 10S N. Ashley street. his
Hours' time to pull in, Is the tale bushels of the Big Stem Jersey. Detroit. They plan to return In ger of the Melrose Naval Stores I Surviving Mr.. Saner are
Clara Mae
I, wife and one daughter, :
afternoon's deep-sea fishing a few weeks with their families
it an -- In which P. D. Watkins,
company
Messrs. A. L., Sua-
brothers
I four ,
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near Fort Lauderdale. Alachua make our- "We main are thoroughfaresone determinedto and sive will Improvements commence making on the exten-prop- and'S.Putnam. J.Hall Hall J.and L. S.Waits E. Fogelbergof Palatka ser this of city Bon, n.Air II., Go.Sasser, L. E.of Sasner Albany of S 1\.1 0 () T II N E S STile

Beach-Three thou- with
West Palm of the brightest and most at- erty. They are highly pleased Jacksonville arc Interested.The ,
and
and Emmett Sasser of Macon,
sand five hundred and twentyoneacres tractive in this or any other section their purchase. was formed, sev
company Arnold of
one sister, Mr/ L.V.
of vegetables were planted says the city commissioners.The eral months when It acquired
ago Macon well as a wide circle of li let I Ii
1 I
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In December in the western section whiteway program is a plan Greenwood-A method demon- possession of the old Drennan tract friends In this city and section.Mr. j11'i' ?dl i itl'I' (
of Palm Beach county, em- long contemplated here and now stration in cooperative poultry InVest Putnam comprising around I I i+l
Brown farm. it is : conducted at
bracing the company a reality. marketing was 30,000 acres.
Greenwood and Malone by County The company plans to turpentineits I \
Invemess-J. A. Fleming of the Qunicy-Quincy goose hunters Agent Sam Rountree, cooperatingwith properties following late with I I Sasoer was well known

Inverness Moss Company has just thought the weather auspicious for County Agent Wltherlngton, saw mills, it was stated. through this section being a
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commissioned Baxter Morrison to bagging geese and journeyed to St of Houston county. Even at prevailing --- Southern Railway conductor
obtain 300 tons of green moss to Marks with that idea In view. One, low prices over 6,000 I lay-over In Hampton for many 11.1
be delivered to the curing yards In Walker Blair, was successful, kill- pounds of live poultry was handledat Tn.US'NU BUS SCHEDULESChange I years. Mrs.' Saaser, before II II- I I 1 .

Inverness during the next 90 days. Ing two, but others, including G. L these sales, selling for slightlyover marriage was buss Clara I I Ir
of train schedules Jan. Iler ItI
very popular Hampton girl.
McCall and Blucher Blair, shot a $1,000.00.West
4th, as follows: friends will sympathize with ,
OrlandoThe 21st annual cen- couple of hooeys.Marlanna.Probably. many I I
tral Florida exposition which will Palm Beach-An argumentover Southbound, No. 1, 11:09: p. m., her and her little daughter in their
local I
be held In Orlando February 24-28 the most politics brought death to sot row. AIIII
Inclusive is to be particularly richIn attractive pamphlet ever Issued John Smith, Republican, and the Southbound, No. 11, 11:23: a. m..

cups, trophies and premium covering the Gulf Coast section arrest of Jesse Hall, Democrat. The local. 30,000( ELECTItiqLIIIITS': '
awards. Prizes total $10,000. has just been issued by the L. & two men had been friends and Southbound, No. 107, 11:00: a. m., IN T.\LJ.I'U':

N. railway, which covers all the Smith was Invited to Hall's home limited.

Pensacola-A smaller loaf of territory without discriminationand last night for dinner. They started Southbound, No. 191, 12:04: a. m., Tampa, Fla., Jan. 21. Thirty tat'ir f'tH'tl leant flare tltutt'tctztfl

bread, selling at five cents, is plan- is handsomely and expansively discussing politics Smith praisIng limited. thousand electric lights, red blue
ned by virtually every bakery in illustrated. Al Smith and Hall favoring No. 3, 6:35: a. m. and white aligned in streamers, bull nntl taller mriiif/n
Southbound No. 103, 5:10: a. m.,
the city following announcementby President Hoover. One word led to have been Installed throughout the I
Smith's Bakery that a five-cent Fort Lauderdale Remodeling another. Words led to blows. limited. Tampa and Ybor City business dlatricta -
loaf would go on sale from its of the Fort Lauderdale Daily Newsa Smith knocked him down three Northbound No. 2, 4:55: a. m., lo as decorative features during EVIDENCE of lio! high quality built into the new Fordis

plant 4-story structure formerly times Hall said. Then he pickedup cal. the South Florida Fair and Gas- lire extensive use of LoU! and roller hearings.!!: Thereare
Northbound No 12 3:50: m.,
known as the Mercantile Buildinghas a butcher knife. Smith died to- local. p. parllla Carnival, February 3 to 14 more than twenty in all un unusually large niimLi .
Dover-W. D. Williams, of this begun and it is expected that day. The task of wiring has been com-
Northbound No. 108, 0:28: limited Each: hearing Id adequate in size and carefully
place entered the big hog con- the building will.. n_ be__ _ready___. _for__ occupancy _- pleted and all Is In readiness to r.
test when he reported the butch- the latter part of Feb- Bowling Green-A large crowd close the switch that will bathe selected! for the work it halt to do.
Northbound No.4, 7:05: m.,
ering of a 750-pound hog, and T. ruary.St. attended the opening of the Har- limited. p. the city and exposition grounds Al sumo points ia die Ford rlinaaia you will find halt

R. Williams reported a 13monthsold dee County Strawberry Festival I'ltark8'annNl Brandt with unprecedented bllllance. Sev- !' lIring"' Al others, roller hearings are lined regardlessof /:
475-pound hog prepared for Augustine Although be- held In this city last week. Gov- eral thousand more lights have
No. 101 leaves 7:00:( a. m. their The factor ia the
higher cost. deciding: -
human consumption. sieged dozens of times by land and ernor Carlton officially opened the been added to the customary electrical performance
No. 102 arrives 2:40: p. m.
sea, old Fort Marlon at St. Au- festival. The three highest cash effects.COFf'INS'. of the cor.

Pensacola-The Yon bill auth- gustine was never taken. It is the prizes were awarded to J. A. Al- Blue But Schedule The extensive me of hall and roller hearings in the
orizing the Pensacola Bridge cor- oldest standing fort In the United britton for the best decorated and
Southbound-9:37: a. m., 11:37a. : new Ford insures nmoolhcr operation, eaves gasoline; ,
poration to construct a bridge States, and is worth a trip to Flor- arranged booth, the best Individual
m., 4:07: p. m., 6:37: p. m, 11/: & CASKETS increases and decreases .
across Santa Rosa sound near ida to see. If its walls could speaka farm booth and the best display of speed power, give quicker plrk-up,

Grassy Point Fla., was passed by story could be told more Interest-, strawberries. The festival extended 40 Northbound p. m. -4:50: a. m., 8:53: And. Full Line of noise, and gives greater reliability and longer life
the house and sent to the senate. than fiction. over the greater part of the
ing
any Undertakers' vital
I a. m., 1:53: p. m., 4:23: p. m., 8:23: Supplies to moving purls.
week and the cool and un-
despite
I m. Other outstanding featured that make the Ford
new
I crowds p. AUTOMOBILE HKAIISR
Sebring-Road B. seasonable weather, large
building machinery Panama City-George Tyson -
and Information atSmith's
has arrived in Highlands Ham- who is promoting an air Meld visited the festival every day. Tickets Station next to Alwar .. ...... Tfc. fcrrvlr ... a value far above the price are the Triplex .hatterproofpluuft

mock and it Is stated the contract for Panama City, has just returned Service .. tk. lowest ........ : windshield,silent, fully endowed four-wheel brake. ,
has har- courthouse. ......1 .....u.. to t.l......
been let for the work on the from a business trip to Mont- Clewiston-The new cane rtfcraRBOISTKItEn four Houdaille iltmlile-tctlng hydraulic shock absorbent .
understanding that only local la- gomery. While in that city he vesting machines, which were to of Malta
bor and of hand labor in Cloning EMBALMER aluminum pistons, chrome silicon alloy valves,
trucks will be used. made arrangements with the Mont- take the place North

gomery School of Aeronautics to harvesting the cane for the big Train No. 12, 3:30 p. m. DEWITT C. JONES three:quarler floating rear axle, Hustles Steel l. the extensive .

Fort Pierce Probably the have one or more ships remain sugar mill here, are not proving Train No. 4, 6:40: p. m. STARKE.PLOHIDA line of fine steel forginga, and unusual accuracy
largest number of shrimp boats here through the summer. satisfactory as they are too slowIn South i manufacturing.

that have ever been in the local operation to keep the mill sup- Train No. 11, 11:00:( a. m.
harbor at tied at Jacksonville Richard E. Still- with sufficient grist. Unless
one time were up plied Train No. 1, 6:40: p. m.
the packing plant docks Friday, man, prominent attorney died late the machines can be speeded up it StarkeVann: Tin New FORD
the number being approximately today of Injuries believed self-in will be necessary to supplementthem Mall closes 7:00: a. m. :
63. all well loaded with shrimp. flicted at his home here. A note ,with hand labor, It 1 is said. In Mall arrives 2:40: p. m. Town' SanAflLOSY '
found in his possession said: "I am this event there will be need for

Fort Myers-Keep February 11 losing my mind. Sorry to trouble about 2,500 negro laborers, the mill No Sunday service. s MWiY i
open for the big celebration in Fort you." He graduated from Yale managers announce. The mill Is in No. 12 last train for registers. r

Myers. The Edison bridge will be law school in 1907.DlountstownA. the hands of receivers, who are Train 12 best air mall connections
dedicated with appropriate cere- endeavoring to save the crop of .

monlea. and it is hoped that the double deckercar several thousand acres of cane .
State Road department will hold load of Calhoun county hogs which have been planted in this Spuds Johnson says: "Don't try

its meeting here on that date. were shipped from BlounUtown section. to fool anybody; you can't fool a

and Altha In cooperative hog sales .-- wise man, and fooling the other

Trenton-Collection of $l ,ooo held under the direction of County Jacksonville -- Citrus shippersand kind doesn't get you anywhere."

on the liability of one of the sure Agent John G. Kelly. The ship- railroad representatives of Initial -

ties of c. G. Thomas, former Gil- ment which was bought by Swift lines in Florida held a meetIng For Your Protection .
Christ county tax collector, was & Company weighed 29,680 poundsand here early this week to discuss
Are t'UiEN OF FOltl> C A II.S
effected after Judgment had been netted a sum of 1829.56 to local emergency reduced freight rates Substitutes and Financial Safety .

entered against the surety in cir- hog raisers.TampaIn for citrus growers, and accordingto .- oar ........ .......-, .i
GenuineAlways .I ...".... L..w ...i r
Never e
cult court. A. M.\ Pratt, general managerof I --brr.ii .... $430 to $630
10 weeks, 14,000,000cans the Florida Citrus Growers' .a..i p1.....,--
Jacksonville New industries of. Florida grapefruit and Clearing House Association It ..I something. lacking. in lubstl- aN. ..-.-.'...V.wa.W... -t M'.rM.

established In Jacksonville last juice have been shipped by water highly possible that reduced rate tube that's always there in originaL! ---I',- M a. r ..bM I.o... D..... p'.. ,..,,,10. aJ 0101'- ."..._. ..., .p.r. lire ..*rftmrnm i
year have added $393,020 to the from Tampa, going to more than may be inaugurated. "It was a1 Genuine Carter's Little Liver Pilla ,..-,-- -, .. ...,11 n.,. r.. ... p....... o I.rd .. _....lad s..... ..._... s
frank'' 1.. w malt - ..d..sh s .A. ,1..A..Im.d ,..01 .... ., _... I
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.10. c..u.
City's Five of these port are meeting characterized by I '- "' C.a.p..y. y
20 ports. calomel .. ...
annual payrolls, according containing pure vegetable --...., ,- ,-' .. 1
to a review of the activities and on the Pacific, with Los Angeles and friendly discussion of condI- rive tried and true relief for torpid.

achievements of the Chamber of receiving the largest consign- tion of the growers In the state," sluggish liver. Starting. bile! flowing
Commerce. ments. :More than 1,600,000 cans Mr. Pratt aald. "Railroad officials freely they flush body clean. 'Carter HAROLD C. WALL r
have to California. One ship- were receptive and assured the
gone tlttl Liver nila coma In red bottle
I INSURANCE
Jacksonville The preliminary ment went to Shanghai. China. growers that Immediate stepa
liver
I Insult to
Substitutes are your
total! of bank clearings for Florida would be taken with their northern
for 1930 aa compiled by the Floe Waucbula.While busy DOW connections for action." Take Carter STARKE. FLORIDA


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PAGE FOUR BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH S1ARKE. FLORIDA FRIDAY JANUARY

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HIGH ,SCHOOL", BOY NETS rorvvv tat PFntvTn.urrvT.: :' In first stated, and the amount of ...

r SAMPSON CITY SU72 I FROM 'ONE-HALF M.Mo'rUIy:%,'I' tOI'11'1".4"1.41.IVI'Y SCHOOL NTATK-Kl''MUS: and security amount by of each Interest such paid depository or credIted : TGrocer- ---- -- - : -- ......;;',

i a ACKK OF FERNS during said month by each aldeponltory < I
lfici&f film Cl *o Thorn*** Cor. on account of current
dally balance or time depoalta.Wltnea ,
: One high school boy in Florida Bradford; pounly. for the month of my hand this 81 day of
Mrs. Alice Kite entertained quitea November, 1930.Geaerai. November, 1930. Specials
has netted 1472.61 profit on one- A. J. GRIFFIS >
few friends Saturday night witha Nrfcaol F..d. 1 .
I Overdraft November 1, 1930 138,19ttrvolpu County Supterlntendent.NOTICH ,1OIbs
halt acre of ferns during 1930. ,
A love-
t V. D. C. TO MEET musical and card party. during month7.121..98 I
ly program was enjoyed by all. At Because of this record, he Will Warrants iliirlnx month .___9737.41Overdraft OP Icf.1:CTION! ,

Members of-the U. D. C. will the close of the evening the hostess I be awarded the ,sweepstake prize II Dec ItI.C.1. No.1930 I_J074.44 By the power vented. In them the SUGAR
meet Wednesday afternoon at 3:30: asissted by her daughter Miss for the best project In the Future Bat. 'N..mb..r'U: 1989 3 ,47Krielptw Board of Public Instruction of -SOcii
during month 85Wnrnrnti Bradford County, Florida hereby
o'clock at the borne of Mrs. S. L. Louise Kite served a delightful sal- I Farmers of Florida contest held diirlnic month __ call an election to be held on
Peek. Hostess for the afternoonare ad course to the following: Misses I annually! In agricultural departments linl.' Dechtbee 1. 130 _____ 839.82 March. 3, 1931 at Rising SchoolHouse '

Mrs. E. K. Perryman and Mrs. Cleo Thomas Dorothy Smith, Mil of public schools In the Ov..rd'r.rt'' Nov.ui.1,. :ao. __ __ 109.(5 I District. in Number!Special: 16 Tax of Bradford School: 2lbs.LARD---- =
S. L.. Peek. dred Morgan Lassie Wynn and state. I IUc"t|>m>'idurlnir. month _..*. !$800 County Florida, to determine - 22c :
Mrs. J. L. Wynn, Mrs. A. K. Smith, r The winner Is JamesMahaftey"ofApopka VV HnUm-e.rr nt M lW."uin 1,(,-1930etaol month __etaolnnnOverdraft __ 23.81 ly whether Special. or Tax not we District shall No.9.receive to Kel-be. ,

Thomas, Pink Davis, with hundred cent I D. : ____ =
Mrs. Delia one per r 1,1| 1810 h 5.37 consolidated with u.. to elect three CHARMER COFFEE
1, TO BROADCAST Frank Herrin, Ossle Wynn H. C : return upon his investment accordIng .! Dint, N... S trustees. and determine. the amountof -- ---____ lie
Hal. Nov. 1, 1930) :.1_1318.11II mlllage to be assessed. against
FROM WKUF Wynn; Lucian Thomas Shl Smith, to the announcement of con H..lptH during month __- 19.15 Maid consolidated dlntrlct.
Lester Kite,. Richard Smith and test winners made recently, by Warrants during: month _n- 1&S42 For the purpose of holding said Maxwell House COFFEE 35c l
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Mrs. R. J. Davis with Mrs. H. V. Dec I 1930 1179.72 election the following are appointed -
Gua Thomas. Harry Wood assistant state supervisor 1/1.t. No.4 an manager: H M Mckee. Lonn. -
II 'ti 'Knight accompanist, will broadcast of agricultural education. ItHI. Nov. 1, 1830 ___n____ 357.85 Crawford and H. H. Lewis
S. and
.. 4:30 today (Friday) Mr. C. J. Davis for the G. RHcflptH during monthWararnt H. D. MAT
at 4:13: to : I
F. called to Lake Butler for Other outstanding records were during month. ___ cna.irman.
over WRUF Gainesville with a was B"l. December 1 1930 A. ;r. riRIFFIP. Green Coffee f lb. l
of delightful vocal selections. several days. made by J. D. Howz of Plant City III.,". N.. S 357.85 Secretary l-30-5t-3-27 -lOc :
t ; ,group _. Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Smith and for raising 1,329 quarts of straw- Bal., ..NOV.;' 1, 1930 __ 54.98 I
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J<"v lpt during month _
+ son, Charlie, of Hawthorn Were berries on one-fourth acre of landIn Warrant during month 96.20 61.97 NOTICH Of KLHCTION! Indiana Sliced Bacon pound ___ ;lc : :
'CIRCLES OF THE METHODIST visiting relatives here Monday. Hillsboro county and by Jack Balance December 1, 1930 _. 599.19 -

6 W. M. S. TO MEET Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie Morgan and Aycocke of Sanford for 474 crates Hal. Nov. 1,, DI.5 1930 No.____'t______ t.OO By the power vested In them, the smoked Breakfast Bacon pound __,'-_ 3QC : :
family of Brooker have recently of celery on one-halt acre. Kxcelpt during month ___ Board of Public Instruction of Bradford -
S'' Circles of the Methodist W. M. here A radio set will beawarded the Warrant during month .,_ County Florida. hereby callsan WHITE
BACON
moved Bal December 1, 1930 8.00 election to be held on March 8. pound lic
'S. will meet Monday afternoon at Miss Francis Hemingway of Aucilla. Montlcello department for bl.C. N.. 8 1931 at the Kelly. School house. In -- -- -
3 o'clock aa follows: Miss Louise making the best record In the con Overdraft Nov.. 1, 1930 .*,____ 150,14 RpeHal Tax School District No.9, BACON
Starke was visiting __ Bradford for PLATES pound __ _
Kocelpm during month n__ County Florida the ______ 11c
+ Noble White Circle with Mrs. Kite Friday< afternoon.Mr. test. Warrants during..fnnnth purpose- of determining whether or
''W. E. Mlddleton as leader at the and .Mrs.:-O.'-L.:-Christopher Winners in the corn project contest Ovel'draftilIJl.ilti. ; 1 : -_Z.=_ 150.94 not thin district .shall consolidatewith

r 'home' of Mrs. .Ai Z.rAdklna.Harriet and daughtersBetty Love and include ,Napoleon) OramlUt of trdl"}!Ilojt.[ .J'9307N1sul1JlU.. .11.11 I 16, Bradford Hlslng Special County Tax District Florida No' to Pure Creamery Butter HI. '

Peek Circle, .with Mrs. Gloria of Jacksonville were visiting Lloyd first;;' ,Franklin. _;Srnltr') j of HtJIlI"lptJeldqrlnc. month ...... .,.. elect. three trustees. and determinethe - - 35I'
Warrant dur.tny;! : month .___ '.00 amount of mlllage to be assessed
/A. Wood as leader at the home of relatives here during the weekend Drlfton, second; and Claude Groom Hal. U t'erhbi'r> 1, 1930 __?' j:_ V.85 against said consolidated dis I
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.( MM. Albert Anderson. of Lloyd third.Herman : '.. IU.t nv, mv tried
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: J ; v, Dal. Npv 1, 1930 ____ .t8.U i For the purpose of holding said
.If Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Thomas of 'Jones of Walton county Receipt1 during month-1.__._ election the following are appointed 24 Ibs. Pillsbury Flour e- 95c !
't.. Jacksonvlllet made a business trip : took first In the cotton project; War..anta during- .month,<*..*- a* manager Brut.Alvares, J. L. -
WOODMEN! CIRCLE MEETS Walter Freeman of Santa Bal. December 1. 1930) ____..,.. 17333 Underhill,. M, M., Oliver. ,
Rosa
here Friday and was accompaniedback Dlt. N It H. D.'MAT I
I.{ .6econd and Claude hat No.'1.> : _. Chairman.. '
Groom 1930
Thomas. cOl1nty ; 29.SO 1-2 Barrel'
+ :, Starke Grove No. *78 held Its byLuclan, of Lloyd, third. Receipt. durlog month- -___?___ A. J. GRIFFIS Pillsburu FLOUR -- --- --- $330 I
# regular meeting :9'nesdayevening.f Twins Celebrate Nineteenth Warrant during-month. ,__* 7.00 Secretary l-30-6t-2-27
g In tile: truck contest, rst Bal. V.c\tmber 1 U30. ____ 14
crops 11.80Bai. lbs.
,*t session com- Birthday *- Self-rising Flour __'_ _
During the business JUUt/No. M j. __ ,.'_*._ 75c
,, 1 mlttees for the new year were appointed. Lossle' and Ossle Wynn entertained place went* to J..D. Howz of Htllslorough Jan1' ; 130 __.._ ...?_.. ZlS.IO' ;
; ; county; 'second to Jack Receipt "during1 month ...._
.' *' Miss Ethel Moore was a small crowd at their home ,
.I presented with:a certificate of pro-,. Jan. 19. Games were played or- ,Aycocke of Seminole county;.and Bal.Warrant, IJecehiber during 1, 1930 month_____?____ lit.65 S1.7B i Fruits I I
ingeade and cake was served at an third to Alton Knight pt Hillsbor- Dlt. No. IS and VegetablesI
1, ;"flclency from" National beadquar- ough county. Knight also received BaL Nov 1, JUO ______ ._,_ 3.0i
,a ters. A class will initiate. at the early hour. Everyone reported a Receipt during month :...?_.._ t
first In February. A visit nice time: first place in the recent state Warrants during'month..?** 8.00
meeting
,, Is expected by the state managersoon. f ;Mrs.; 'Dell* Thomas entertained, forestry contest. UaL Deogmbprt.,1930.88,08 D/et. 15. 10 lbs. IRISH POTATOES ,__...?,.?_____ 3QC
"' ;y he Lady's Bible Study Tuesday i Other projects brought a first KalMov,,1,1 .1930, _.t.:.-.""- ___. $8"

4r: Du'rlng the social hour hot choc-' afternoon at her home. Those prize to James Mahaffey of Apop- Warrant Reo.lptsduringmonth during: month.: .:: i S 8.78:00 3 lbs. ONIONS __ ____ _ __d IQc I I

: 1%' olate and wafers were served those resenfwere: Mrs. Alice Kite Mrs.A. ka, with Boston '.ferns;, second lIal.V".mb.1.30. jij_*_ 42.34 ,
; .. K. Smith Mrs. S. E. Jones. Mrs. prize to Errett McCreary of Von ,1)1.1'". .I 6 lbs BANANAS --
present Bal''NOV.. 1. 1930 '_ '- .:% '3'l.to ... ___...__ _.25c
t 3. L,Wynn and Miss Lossie Wynn. usla county" ; and- third .prlae j to Kec. iPt\ .' d-uwnV 'thOnth.:::z..... On ThenScreenunder
;'I Fleming Prlce; also of Vplusia VViwrunU wdurtaK( month,...-. 578 ; Winesap Eating
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: SEW AND SO CLUB MEETS j'county: BaJ. ,1ycCmber{ f., 1930 _..;,____ 28.15 the glare Apples doz.en. ____ 25c
__ t Dtat. It' *. IT' of powerful
I Similar, contests are being held Bol. Nov.. 1, 1930 i._.___..__ s,10 lights and the stress of "Picture LEMONS dozen
i'.i' Early spring flowers were pleasIngly RISING In the schools this Mr. Wood Receipt during month .''__ 8,GO Making" the beauty; rendered by __ ___ J8c
i l.",.' arranged In the home of Mrs. year Warrant during' month .. 5,00 Souraud's Oriental Cream stands .
stated. Bat Duuumbxr _ __
Ml* Irl. MeHa Cor.Messrs. 1 1930 ? 7.70 LETTUCE head
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'r T. T. Long, Tuesday evening when I I>l.t. No. 18 the test. It gives an alluring, ___ JOe
she graciously entertained members Overdraft Nov. 1, 1930 _u__. 211 80 pearly appearance that will not '

ri of the Sew and So club. j John Wheeler Marks 286; per cent increase; 86 per cent.: Warrant Receipt. during during month month _____.__ 27 1875,2S rub off, streak or spot. CELERY bunch __ __ ___ ____ JOc
The guests spent a pleasant evening .Itch and James Hollingsworth of Totals 1920 968,470; 193 1- Overdraft' December. 1, 1930__ 240.30 No "touching up" necessary as
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In sewing, bridge and conversation Crestview motored to this section 468,211; per cent increase 51 per i. Int.Int. && Sink Mink Fund Fund No.No.3 111 _____-150521_ 55221: the soft,skin seductive retains the delightfully all CAULIFLOWER' pound __ JOe !
at the close of which the Sunday night. \ cent. Int. & !Hlnk. fund No. 25 __ _.089165! beauty under con :

1 ,''t hostess served a tempting salad Mr. J. W. Buddington and daughter "Although Florida's 1930 census I hereby statement certify, showing that the balance foregoIng at ditions. GOURAUD'S TOMATOES, pound ___ JQCWe

course. Eixrnestlne of Bradford R. I., shows a. total of 1,468,211 thetate's the beginning and at the. ending of
a Mrs. B. S. who have been spending a while the month herein nbove .stated and Buy Chickens-Hens 4
t Those present were: new representation was of the receipt and warrants laiued OR1ENT4l over pounds 17c
Carroll Mrs. II. C. Mitch. Mrs. D. here with relatives left Monday for based upon 1,468,191 population, ,
Perkins, Tampa and other points In south the record of my once, and I Is true CREAM
Eunice there
P. Carpenter.'MIss being 20 Indians included in I and correct to the bent. of my knowledge I II
j. :Miss Madge Mlddleton Miss Hazel Florida, where they will spend the census. These Indians not being and belief. J. also certify thai' j WI.,,.. n..h. Rarh.1 and OrtunlAl TMRrnit lIboot. I I
the ,
fj, :MIddleton, Miss Horence Mat- some time. taxed were not: counted by con- depositories following.U. Knowing. a lint the of all balance count II 1 lie far Trial fit n
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Alderman, Mr. M. J. McRae and daughter oath at the r rd T. Mopkln A Son, New York CityANDREWS I
thews, Miss Blanche cresa making: the appointment. clone, of the month here CASH CORNER
:Miss Ethel Griffin and Miss Mln Miss Dollie McRae of Crosby Lake '

,'' Gruber. were visiting Mr. and Mrs. H. M. -- - :
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The W. M.\ S. of the Baptist The young lady arlved last Friday.
church held their regular business Mr. and Mrs. T. K. Stokes and STORE:
and program meeting Monday afternoon children of Baldwin were visiting - - -- -
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at the church. relatives here Sunday afternoon.

i led Mrs.the G.devotional P. Raymond and president presided Russell Miss, Genott of Hellbronn Carter and section brother and,i Yard \Wide fast color Pajama Cloth yard - - 15c10c i BATTERY SERVICEAt

a'' during the business session. A Misses Candacy and Mary Alvarez, ,

splendid Royal Service program Miss Edith Conner and brother '

"Challenge of Unfinished tasks" Wilton, attended B. Y, P. U. here j 28 inch OUTING yard
was rendered as follows: Sunday night. -. - - Smith's Service Station

e, Talking of Tasks and the Mr. J. W. Buddington and daughter I

1 ''Greatest Tasks--Mrs. G. P. Ray Earnestlne Mrs. B. M. Wheeler -
Yard
Wide\ Dress Prints f fast
mond. and Arthur McRae were vlslt- colors, yard -15c I IMen's Authorized Willard, Dealer
d; Tasks that Challenge on Foreign !ng relatives In Gainesville Friday

,' FieldsMrs.. U O. PowelL afternoon. | BATTERIES IN STOCK
Stories of Closed Doors-Mrs. Quite a number of relatives and \Work Shoes extra good fair$1.$5 I I

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..I, by each circle. It was decided Mrs. H. H. Lewis, It being his 50th Ladies Kid{ Lace Oxfords pair $2.35 -.-
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that refreshments be served birthday. All enjoyed the day. I ,

} ,at the annual roll call of the churchIn I Mr. and Mrs. Raleigh Conner of

1'w:J February. Vanderbilt were visiting Mr. and I Men's Wofyp-iae! Work Shoes pair $3.00

it I) Mrs. J. L. Conner Sunday. I up I

.,. family Mr. Dunkley were visiting of Jacksonville Mrs. Evelyn and !j : SPECIAL NOTICE TO MENThe


BBOOKEKfl Crosby Sunday. 125 pounds good RICE for

-t 1111.... Pearl. Clnlnrr C.... Mrs; Amanda Silcox and daughters - - - $1.00 CHAMBERS "KING OF ALL"
Misses. ; Muriel and Rachel and I

Mrs. Myrtle McKlnney: of Wil- Miss Heulah Edwards of Starko 10 1 I SHARPENERS is now in at
and pound bng SUGAR for your city -a
Iston spent part of last week here spent Saturday night Sunday -- - r r 55c
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with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. G.h . here with relatives. small cost

4 4 h,, W.Mr.Hazen.E. II. demons who has been:. spent Mrs.the L. week-end L. Conner here of Vanderbilt with her 10 pounds IRISH POTATOES for - - .- - 30c

working at Miami returned to his ; son-in-law and daughter Mr. and of49c

borne here last Tuesday. I Mrs. Zary Crawford. I

' Mr. S. M.\ Mott was transacting Mrs. V. B. Wheeler and son 10 pounds SWEET POTATOES for 20c
( visiting'Mr. -
i business In Starke last Friday. John of Crestview were -

Mr. and Mrs. Grover Sapp and and 1 Mrs. Wesley McRae Mon.

:Mr. Eathen Sapp of New River, day Fresh Vegetables Fresh Sharpens razor blade
Daily. any
., were transacting business here last Fruits All The Time. made, also the

'b week. old style straight blade. The manufacturers
Mr. II. P. Gainey and Mr. R. M. IIKIM.HTIUOTING OF STATE -

Gainey were transacting business Ballard's FLOUR guarantee that by using the CHAM-
In Jacksonville last Monday.Mr. "In view of the probable redis- Seaplane 24 pounds for 72c

Q. B. Colson was transacting trlcting, of Florida by the approaching BERS SHARPENER
you can shave from
business In Starke last Tuesday. legislature!' to care for

Mr. A. B. Surrency was trans the additional congressman! gained j WHITE\ RING FLOUR 24 pounds for - 90c 60 to'100 times with the same blade.
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acting business In Starke last Fri under the 1930 census says the ,


day.Mr.. and Mrs. L. R. Galney and following State Chamber should of be Commerce of interest"the to I PILLSBURY FLOUR 24 pounds for 95c Buy one and reduce ,your shaving bill to

:Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Gainey spent Florida readers: - -

last Sunday In Jacksonville visiting "The congressional roster of only a few cents a year.
friends and relatives. members shows that Congrenaman I

Mr. O. J. Mott and J. E. Clemons Drane, first district; Green, second Pure Creamy BUTTER
were visiting friends In Hellbronn district; and Yon, third, district; pound 35c

i last Sunday are classified as representing rural I The Chambers & Rowland Co.

Mr. II. P. Gainey, 1. R. Galney constituencies. The fourth GoHei TR"CO %: "

:Mal Lynn and W. II. Shaw were district represented by Congress. pound - ,- ',- -' 25c Sale '
Manufacturers
transacting business In Jackson woman Ruth Bryan Owen, Is cHv

ville last Tuesday. sifted as representing urban cen LAMRCHOP* 'IND WESTERN
Miss Lois Galney spent the week ters. BEEF THIS WEEK-END JACKSONVILLE, FLA.,

' ; In Jacksonville visiting her sister "The population of the state by ALSO HOME CURED'BACON, AND HAMS *

Mrs.. A. B. Crosby and was accompanied congressional districts in 1920 and

home by her little nephew 1930 are given as follows by the 1
Master Glen Crosby. Congressional Record! Corpening's Drug Store

Mrs. Louise Hicks of Waldo First 1920, 248,034; 1930 433- .
spent part of last week here with 169; per cent Increase 74 per cent ANDREWS STORE
'her Mr. and Mrs. W.
parents. Second 1930,1187,4741930.205-, ; Exclusive Dealers
Crews. ,' 778; per cent Increase 9 percent '
Mr. and Mrs.:'C. 8. Laird motored Third, 1920 217,670; 1930, 240- STARKFLORIDA STARKE FLA.

to Gainesville last Tuesday af 978; per cent Increase, 10, per cent. 1" ?
t ternoon. Fourth. 1930 313,292; 1930. 088.- 5c extra for mail orders- "*


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1( i\y, \NUARYS0193l BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE FLORIDA r.\OK FIVE: t
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leader of the Methodist church, I
? were dinner guests of Mr, and Mrs. Pay TheseVeterans
I Bits7 1. A. Davis Sunday. l 1

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Mr. and !.Irs.H. C. Wall, Mr. and SPECIALS FRIDAY .30-SATURDAY31
Mrs, D. A. Montieth, Mr. and Mrs. 'l

Funius Smith, and Mr. and Mrs. (Atlanta Georgian.)
Jcai ?4ev N. Sternberg attended the Shrine :

minstrel in Jacksonville Friday Every citizen: of the United 'Waldorf Van Camp's Castle HavenSugar
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evening. States with pride in 'his countryand I

Concerning Our People, Business and regard for }its obligations
State's H. should support legislation to effect Toilet
Attorney and Mrs. V. Paper CATSUPLarge Corn
of the County and Town.
Progress Knight and Mrs. D. E. Knight mo- Immediate cash ,payment of 1
tored: to Gainesville Tuesday eve- adjusted compensation certlfi-[

I __0="" ........QOOOOOO..--..-----' -.. SZ5252.52r25Z5''.'.ooo. .......=....=..........=.....J.... ning by Paul and Knight were,accompanied who will spend home the !.held These by veterans certificate of the should World be War.paid 4 rolls - .. 22c Bottle 19c No. 2 Can'.1 Oc

UvEATHEn RECORD Purina Feed Mills Convention last week with his parents, Col. and NOW as a matter 'JUSTICE.
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week In Orlando.' Mrs. D. E. Knight. Tho money represented by these -

I piled by starke branch U. certificates sometimes is referredto ''VILSON.S. PURE CANE ,
Department. as a "bonus." Such is
Vestry 'Why Crotalaria Is money
New seeds arriving at White'sPrices
U ending Jan. 28, 1931. not a bonus. It Is not a gratuity.It .

ate Max. Min. Precip. right. 194t. Needed on Every FarmL. "adjusted' Is properly compensation and legally called Picnic Hams, pound -17 c Sugar, 1 10 pounds - 50c

Mr. and Mrs. W. of
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53 31 Curry ( T. Dyer, County Agent.) "Compensation" is pay for services - ,
22 61 30 Jacksonville, spent Sunday with In advocating that every farmer rendered, for goods sold.
23 24 68 33 Mr. and Mrs. J, J. Reddish.Mr. should plant crotalaria on his Those who rendered" civilian service Fancy Water' Ground Olympia No. 2 can I Rose BrandMacaroni

71 40 farm, I find extremes of Ideas during the World War and
2g 72 42 Nat Sternberg will be master among the farmers from one man those who sold war goods got their GRITS MEAL
26 : of ceremonies at the Stunt Early June Peas
100 cents the dollar, -
73 44 who is "afraid he could not get rid money, on
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72 48. ..:. Night, B. H. S. Audltorum.You of it and would shoot any man who spot cash-and they got PLENTY
28 none. would bring It on his place" to the Those who gave their bodies to ,
1 rainfall for week, ; will be sorry .until next the got little In I 7 pounds 25c Per l lOc 7 box 5cPillsbury's
._----. Stunt Night If you don't come to with other it man and who wants Is"to more get familiar enough government while In the service and later return - - can - - oz. - -

N. T. Ritch visited Jack, Stunt Night tonight at 8 m..fand ; .
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p. seed to plant hi* whole farm this got "certificates" for the' pitiful --- -- -
Jlle Monday ", .
; year." I advise them to take a sums determined as"the additional
1 ,"- ./,' Mrs. J.: 'Rudolph of reasonable view of It and learn all amounts by wblch'.thehir coqnpenr i
and Mrs. W. J. Epperson Jacksonville visited at the home about it possible.We 1 satlon would at a"future ,date''be Best Hour 6Ibs.27c----12pounds51c 1
today In Gainesville. of Mr.".and' Mrs.. L. A. Davis Tues- know a few facts about Cro-' "adjusted" for service which Ran ;

-.1 day.. ;JLeviton's ... . talaria. 1-That it is a new crop never be adequately compensated ,
and Mrs. R. F. Demorest ..... in this country. 2-That it. bas because there is -no; '"going" price This "balanced" Flour will give you a new idea of perfect'baking.
Tailor CleanIng
Shop -
1 t Saturday in Jacksonville.Arch gained very wide popularity whereIt for wounds and disease and human

i and.pressing.,, ,l 11-14-tf. is known as a soil building crop. blood. ?" - .. .
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fa visitor In Starke Tuesday. Mr. and :Mrs: Or L. Beaaley/ spent priced because of the scarcity and of the World:War. is UNPAID Full Cream Rose Brand New AtlanticMATCHES' '' j
the week-end in Tampa with Mrs high demand for them. 4-That WAGES owed by the peopleof '
?s. o. J. Griffin and Mrs. O. L.Ley Beasley's parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. there has not been enough seed to this nation a"great rich na ,CHEESEPound Spaghetti7ozbox
spent Tuesday, In Jackaon. C. Durden. supply the demand: as the people tion-to those who won their safety '
have found the value of the crop. and the protection of their prop-:
I Mrs. "H. A.'Bishop. Dot and Bud- 8.-That, it is' the greatest soil erty and the preservation of their 25c 5c
Irs. E. H. Smith and Mrs..Irene dy Bishop and :Mrs. G. K. Lewis at- building( crop ever found yet as It government and Its Institutions.The - N 2 packages15c
1 i motored to Jacksonville Sun- tended the Shrine minstrel In Jack- will 'make wonderful increases In certificates should''be paid : .
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1 sonville Saturday.Madison the yields Of/Cprni potatoes, andother' NOW as a mutter Of DECENCY. -- ,'
. crops allowing"IL 8-That No decent, self-respecting clti- BEST GRADE OCTAGON 'WHITE I
luby King and World Beaterer Street Garden Club will} It Is not "list. but ,one"''of the gen would refuse:to pay honestly I I
seed. J. P. Klckllter.llss meet at the home,Of Mrs. L. A. Davis farmers' real"fiends, that will enrich earned wages to men whom he had ;
Thursday' afternoon, at i 3 his soil',)Increase his yields per engaged to P'dt'jIut a' fire threatening White Bacon pound -15c Toilet Soap 3 bars - 25c ;
Gussie Mae Bennett spent o'clock., I acre,- cut 'hfs fertilizer bills and I his home or JbU,factory* ,
T week-end In Jacksonville with greatly increase his profits. No,.decent!.' self.respecting'',government - - -- .. ".
ndaItate's. Mr.. and Mrs. H. C. Wall, Mrs Following out a reasonable pro- should pay off its protec- Clearbrook Fancy FirmPotatoes 3 Minute
Junius Smith and June Smith, were gram in planting Crotalaria, I am' tors with I. O U.'s good only after
Attorney H. V. Knight guests of Mrs. M. 'L. Granger of i recommending that every corn club, most of the recipient are dead BUTTER OATS

nded court In Jacksonville Waldo Sunday. 'I boy plant one acre In Crotalaria as from disease,",starvation., and,neg
eday. la seed patch. In the fall be is to lect.And
Stunt Night, Bradford High I harvest the seed, use them on the it doesn't help matters to
|has Lolselle Turner Is spending School tonight, admission, adults : farm or sell part of them for a say that the veterans accepted Pound. - - 35c 10 pounds - 29c 3 boxes - - 25c '
fifty cents and twenty-five cents for these certificates their
week in Gainesville with money crop. And the farmers may knowing
nds. students. plant at least one or more acres to pay-you-Iater conditions.The .
----- the crop for the same purpose. The veterans had no choice In .e
Mrs. A. Z. Williams and son the matter. It was a one-sided bargain -
Mrs. E T Montgomery and Miss 1 crop Is very profitable grown for
|e Patchett visited Lake City Charles, of Alachua, were guests of I the seed, as it usually returns i driven by a master In a superior
liday. Senator and Mrs. E. M. Johns for from $100.00 to several hundred I position, with the veterans IVkSThth
the week-end. dollars per acre and the only costis ;j I at a hopeless disadvantage./ : .H s
kits. W S. Dukes of Lake Butlers about $3.00 per acre for seed and I'' Th certificate should. be paid.
a business visitor here Thurs- Rev. L. W. Klckiiter has returned the labor I" making and harvestingIt. NOW.. iin art of SOUND I'l'IILIO '
home after a six weeks visit in I will tell next week how to I POLICY. There Satisfaction Is a Cerlaini,;"
Stuart with his son, Mr. L. C. plant, cultivate, and harvest the The government has accumulatcd ,
JtUc Miss\ Beverly Parks of At- Kickllter. crop. hundreds. ofiaUlloii3, of dollarsIn I --
Ita a reserve contingent fund for
is visiting her grandfather, -- --- I ---
W B Parks. Mr. and Mrs. Deane Conklin of ST.\UK.; "'F.I.F.lt.toS'ITIOS'..; payment of adjusted compensation Florida, She was born In Bradford
River Head, Long Island, were': .\ OIU1ANI/ED certificate at their maturity. county, February 0, 1831, and grew STEAM PRESSING COMPANY

uet my prices on first class Flor- guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. F This money Is out of circulation. up amid pioneer conditions. Her SUITS CLKANii: .IMtKSSKIl;: AND) RESHAPED:
i peanuts, J. F. Klckliter. A. Sweezy. On Tuesday afternoon, Jan. 27th, "Idle as a painted ship upon a parents were Mr. and Mrs. Jacob
a number of women met at the painted ocean." Godwin. In her childhood It was J. Frank 7'/"mum-I'lwlw 52SATURDAY
Col, D E. Knight was in Talla- Mrs E. M. Johns, Mrs. Ella home of Mrs G. P Raymond for Released, along with the balance necessary for white settlers to seek
see several days this week on Snyder, Mr. Raymond Snyder and the purpose of forming an organi- of the certificates' face value, to refuge from the Indians, In blockhouses
rfesslonal business. Miss Lena Belle Shepard motoredto zation for the relief of the needyIn those of whom It la not only due and her father was often
Silver Springs Wednesday.Mrs. this community: an organizationmuch but PAST DUE the combined sum forced 1 to use firearms In defenseof
f'o: !. and Mrs. A. S. Crews motorto needed during the present would relieve untold distress, lift his family.
I f
St Augustine Sunday and J. E. Wilson. Mrs. W. L, period of depression and unemploy- I much of the present load from One of her uncles was killed, by ; SOUTH f
Int the day. Wall, Mrs. J. M. Brownlee and ment.. charitable agencies help to reha- the Indians. She was one of eight
Mrs. S. E. Brownlee spent TuesdayIn The meeting opening with a bilitate veterans who now find children, but none of her brothers
_Ur. and Mrs. Frank Hoover and Gainesville with friends. prayer by Mrs. Jones. themselves unable to support themselves and I ulsters survive her. FLORIDA,
h, Don, were guests of. relatives The name chosen for the organization keep shelter over their' Mrs. Kellum was married while
McIntosh Sunday. Mrs. Ella Snyder and Mr Ray- to he "Starke Welfare Association. heads, feed and clothe their wom- very young to John Washington FAIR
mond Snyder of Lanadale, Pa., are ." Tho annual dues to be en and children, and enable .them Kellum. They made their home
Miss Ethel Griffin and Miss Min the guests of Senator and Mrs. E. $1. Men Interested In this organi- to pay the, JI1IJ8t pressing of their'' near Lake Butler and retired pi" N ATTAMPA
fiber spent the week-end in Jack- M. Johns this week. zation may become associate mem debts- and buy the necessities of children,' all of whom except ono, The State fair 4
yule with friends. bers. life. the Late Mrs. Rose Irettn Cummings -
Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Darby and It Is the Intention of the Starke This in turne, would Invigorate survive her. Since her hus WORLD'SGREATEST
1":01WHey and Sergeant. A. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Hoover spent Welfare Association to carefully general business by sending the band's death In 1013, Mrs. Kellum
ncock of Jacksonville, spent Sunday in Palatka with Mr. and investigate all requests for assistance life blood of money through the en had made her home with "berdau'ghter
Lo3day with Mr. H. C. Wall. Mrs. ir. C. Richard giving such aid as la actually tire arterial system of our com- Mrs. Cato, In Jackson- WINTER
needed It is the wish of the association -: plex: commercial tissues. ville, whore she had endeared her
JUr. Eddy Mott of Jacksonville, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Johnson that all demands for assistance : Congress seems to find honey self to a large number of friends xpo. 6A PARILLA ,
I.i the guest of Mr. and Mrs. R. and children, Betty and Bobble, of be referred to them, and I for other interests some of them Home meant much to the deceased. -
Demorest Sunday. Jacksonville spent Monday with that all who are charitably Inclined narrow and, sectional, which come She wits a devout member of
Mr. and Mrs. N. G. Adams. give through this organization. to it with stories of need. the Baptist church In Lake Butler, CARKBVAL
I Nathan Prevatt attended the! Second hand clothing will be acceptable Our veteran army is not sectional and while a resident there gave
Mr and Mrs. W. \V. Paige, Jr., and will be worked over but national both In Its present much of her time to the church, SENSATIONAL 4
and Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Edwardsand to meet the demand. distribution and In the characterof but she cared little for clubs or societies
daughter spent the week-end For the present such articles I its high service In war and in and devoted her time to her PIRATICAL '
;ENT A WORD% with Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Struth. :will be received by Mrs. Raymond. peace. home and family. FESTIVAL '
Committees for the various The dire need of many of the Surviving are two sons, John G" / ,
Mrs. W. K. Turner and daughter branches Have not yet been appointed members of this veteran army la' I Kellum of Tallahassee, and DennisJ.
COLUMN Martha Louise, of Palatka, returned The membership at pres- too obvious to be argued. These of Miami and three daughters,
to their home Thursday after ent numbers only fourteen, but by men offered everything, and now In Mrs. O. 1';. Parker of St. Petersburg , f
0R RENT-Furnished apartment a visit with Mrs. George Flynn. the next meeting there should be the greatest trial they have met ', Mrs W. E. Knight of Bun-
-. J. F. Klckllter. 1-16-tf. many time that many. since the war ended they are given nell, and) Mrs. W. G. Cato of Jacksonville -i
Mrs. C. C. Hoppe and Mrs. J. W. The use of the Episcopal rectoryhas lIo THING- -not\; even the oppor- and 17 grandchildren and
'ANTED Good Jersey milk Kincaid returned to Tampa Satur- been given for the purpose ofa tunity to earn a living. 13 great grandchildren.Funeral NIGHT JAN. 31
cows with young cajves. Peter- day, after a two weeks visit here meeting and work room, where Uncle Sam has distributed millions services were held at ,
on's Dairy, Starke, Fla. It* with their sister, Mrs. O. L. Beas- the meetings will be held In the of pretty paper certificates, Lake Butler Thursday morning at
ley. future at 3 o'clock each Tuesday. admitting his debt to these defenders 11 o'clock at the Baptist church, The
OR SALE Nice fat bens for Officers elected for the current of the nation. and the Rev. W. L. C. Mahon pastor \
table use, 22c per pound. Mrs. O. Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Boring and year are: It Is time for him to pay hi* of the Main Street Baptist
A. Mitchell, West end Call street, son Jr. R. Jr., of Jacksonville, President-Mrs. G. P. Raymond. debt. church, this city, of which Mrs Bettv Boyd PlayersWill
Starke. It* spent several days this week with Vice-President-Mrs. W E. Mid- If he will adjust veterans' com- Kellum was a member, conducted
Mrs. Boring's father, Mr. J. W. dleton. pensation NOW, in cash veterans the funeral rites. Interment was
f'ANTED TO BUY-Small farm Andrews, Jr. Secretary-Mrs. E. K. Ferryman will be called upon to do less ad- In the Lake Butler cemetery. PreHcnt
C. A.'Futch. justing of their belts. ,
10 to 20 acres, close-in, partly Treasurer-Mrs. Funeral arrangements were In
cleared with livable bouse. Must Mr. and Mrs. William H. Sweezyand Cor. Sec. and Press ReporterMrs. charge of Jl.loulton A Kyle.
KELLUM
be Mrs. Oscar Sweezy of River J. M. Alvarez. DEATH CLAIMS MKS.
cheap for cash. Give price
md description in first letter. W. Head, Long Island, will arrive Fri- -e- "THE GIRL HE WANTED"One
Coffee of state College Lemmert to
H with Mr. and Mrs. Winter Park Abney Wa Mother Cocoa-A. move
Noegel, Route 4, Lake City, day for a visit
Business Manager.' store from corner of liar-
| }1a. It* F. Sweezy. Shop at 136 East Park avenue opened ewelry
L for business on recent date. : neon street and Delanney avenueto
of the funniest and most beautiful plays that
SEEDS Mrs. Carl Stroman and Miss Inverness-A. J. Gullbault to open Jacksonville\ Jan. 22.-Friends Dellalr Arcade building.
-Just received'ahipment Course In Florida of John O. Kel- Fort Pierce Work
Tallahassee, and Southern Pines Golf throughout progressing
of Godbold of
Anna be
all varieties bean and Snow can Possibly played
ot the 1'101'Ida three-mil
lake seedCoI'l1. Mrs. James Godbold of Jacksonville near future.InvernessService. lum business manager; rapidly on dredging
and Norfolk Market for' Women at Intra-coastal
of Mrs.S. Barber Shop State College stretch of waterway.
Also have full line of garden were recent guests changed Talalhassee, who for many Madiaon. -A. J. Abernathy opened
S. Dowllng. tnd pressing club recently and SHOW STARTS AT 8:001. M.
seed. See before buying
*. us bands. years held the posttlon'of secretaryto filling station four miles north
will save you money. Brown G. W. Alderman.Mrs. Winter Park Mesdames John, the board of Control, will regretto of this town.
lee Mr. and Mrs.
Bros. 1304t. George White and Miss Irwin Marshal and Charles Carr I learn of the death of his mother Prices: All school children 25c; Adults 50c

'R r- Red Blanche Alderman attended the Clark of Pine Tree Inn opened Pa- Mrs. Jane Kellum, widow of the
SALE-Rhode Island
Alderman's brother. jama Shop In Phillips building. late John Washington Kellum, 666
day old each; funeral of Mrs.
15c
baby chicks, at the home of her
Alderman in Jackson- Total of 1,500 feet of rock surface which occurred
b
Iota Mr. W. F. .
of 500. 13 l-2c each. Eggs laid on Road No. 29. between. daughter Mr*. W. Q. Cato,"218 W. LIQUID OR TABLETS
for
hatching $1.25 for 15.: My ville Tuesday. Goodno and Labelle. Twenty-Second street early yesterday First light; recently made on At Pen acol -Bureau of Yards :r i
II*ns are are'extra Cure Colds, Headache, Fever I nta-Mlaml'leg'' of the New York. '
trapnested Lake Worth-B..ch' TtWe morning. She had been an Docks: plant I expenditure of 9400,- i
Turner presiding
,
toed layer Lena Bennett, Lake Rev. A.Jacksonville Fred District! aDd Supply Stores opene4"at'UI North invalid for several yeartit4Mrs 666 SALVE"I I Atlanta-Miami air' mall and, passenger OOO( on building program ,at new
Bttler, na. 4-H Club member elder'Of BABY'S COLD route:' Cony Air Field.T" .
1-3-1- Mr. H. C. Buckland, district lay Dixie highway.: ., Kenum was "a-.natl'Y.of. CURES

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Ii Specialist GivesSuggestions A Farm Boy GivenA farmer that boy grows up and 30011
on his
FARM NEWS SECTIONConducted 1.'M Hints To Housewives that he will be own a good the chanCII

business flLl1ner
For from Home Demonstration Specialist, Tallahassee' basis,
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By HOME: PAINTINGNot contrast, while a house In the open Proposes Aid For

L T. DYER County Agent February Work only does painting add to should be painted to milder colors. Business Farmer Farmers InGeorgia Florida

MISS PEARL JORDAN, Home Demonstration Agent the beauty of a home, but it serves Simple Suggestions
to 'protect the wood. Some go so Before painting cover all knots Caroli

/ Gainesville far as to say the outside appear- and sappy places with a coat of A plan which
Fla.-Florida its
farm- ance of a house Is an expression shellac or aluminum paint to seal It Is remarkable how soon a boy would apon ol1

: MOVEMENT FLORIDA FRUITS AND ers many and home odd makers and important are remindedof of the Individuals within. Painting- In the pitch so that it will\ not bleed on the farm will pick up business 000,000 aid* available J4.000000 h .* "

that should not be overlooked during jobs I' the farm home isn't such an expensive through the :paint. Never try to practices and good methods if and feed loans to for
and hard task, and every- paint a water-soaked house, or the given a chance and the proper en- and South farmers or N,

VEGETABLES SHOWS AN INCREASE College February of Agriculture.by specialists at the farm home could be painted, either side on which direct sun rays are couragement. During the Christmas was Carolina, Georgia

Llvf'8tock-Keep the mule's and I now or later if definite plans were shining. The first coat should contain I holidays I made a trip to my \\X week proposed la i the

horse's i made to do it.Color more oil and turpentine than father's farm and my old home Under the
stable and lot dry and terms
I sup CombinationThe late coats, since it has to penetratethe community. As of the
'
father
my Is
1' 3 were almost total loss plied with plenty of get embodied In a
Jacksonville Fla., Jan. 23.-- According a and the bedding to resolution
following are some suggested wood. Paints for soft woods ting old and the IntrOdu
only left
to a report Issued by the less said about cotton the better j avoid foot troubles. Supply grow boy on by Senators George of
.I color combinations: Ivory witha should have more oil and less turpentine the place, Is doing a Georgia
good of Smith of '
part
4 Bureau of Agricultural Economics but Colqultt county farmers ing shoats with succulent feed by South Carolina
' trimming of colonial yellow, for- than those for harder surfaces the work of the III<
Florida fruit and vegetable shipments have meat in the smokehouse; grazing on rape, oats, or rye. Oats est managing farm. loaned to farmers ,of
green, or white; white with The priming coat should be This boy has a chance the i
during the early part of money In the banks; corn in the and rye make good pasture for I which I states under drought
I I trimming of light yellow, gray, or allowed to stand for at least a week never had-that of and 800d
taking in lief bills
1 January showed some g<>ins. cribs; peanuts to feed the hogs, as I cattle. Breed dairy cows for fall part of last yea,
colonial
green; yellow with white, before the second coat Is applied. boys' club work as which'
: The report that the well as peanuts to sell freshening. Eliminate all in conducted by been repaid, would
says movement ; hay, oats places I IM
brown
ivory, or trimming seal I Three coats are for the lt1ade
; a'
necessary county
agent
t of Florida strawberries has) and. velvet beans in plenty, chick- which flies breed. under the super able to them again ri,,
brown '
with trimming of house. vision 'he
ivory, painting a new of the State ,
been ('onHl ('rably lighter than at ens and egg, butter and cream to PoultryHatch early, use clean I College of Ag- of 1931.
white-yellow or sage green; silver If repainting an old house, riculture. His
this time last year with the berry I sell and beef cattle for the packIng c1)lcksand eggs, clean brooder club projects have Farmers of the r,. ,,
gray with ivpry, warm gray, or loose paint should be scraped all// been strictly his Ie!(
) condition 77 house. housea clean land own-he has done described in
i-rop allowing a of per i feed a balanced moss trims as need! It t ,,Hi
green ; warm gray with and two coats added if the all the work and bee
cent of normal compared with 86 There are about 2,700 farms in ration, and separate cockerels managing of his of slow recovery from. <
ivory, white or olive trimmings has been for I ''In I
p .r cent for the Texas crop.. The I Colquitt county and something like from pullcts. Keep the chick mora green neglected some time. I projects, in addition to the n_ nUinr-___on and the drain or",.," ?. ..
light lead with trim of If the surface Is
; a
chalky or powderymore work he has
: fields In the Plant City dlatilct of I 110,000 acres ore cultivated. The tality below 10 per cent. done around the farm. payment,of governnZ,,
I white, warm gray, or silver; apple oil and turpentine should be And what Is ,
t Florida showed a heavy set of fruit i results of the Colquitt Field and l'asture-Piant best of all, he has been the last' two years ., ,
county program Napier i I. I.
__ with dark
green a green, whiteor used in the first coat. If the surface allowed to keep the t
in late December but were set back of livestock, home gardens, I crass i-iani cowpeas, soybeans or profits which territory comes under,
trim.A p. '?
gray is hard, more turpentine and have Iot
by frost. Berries have been of good I truck And staple crops are seen in cat-tall millet for grazing crops. resulted from his projects. the $45,000,000
house appr'pCU'0Q
somewhat hidden
by less oil than usual should be used And
size and quality but color was only:, the fact that one realty company Top-dress oats with some quick I these profits, while not large drought relief recentu) .,.
foliage should be .
in
painted light, In the first coat. In fl !Ii
j
any one instance
S reports demands for 300 farms, but acting nitrate. Break land for have grown congress as the section .
f.Ui'The i rather I*
bright colors, to give it a Virginia P. Moore. until 110' It
celery crop In the Manatee- there are no farms for Hale. Most spring crops. Sow 5 to 10 poundsof - I they are now no small amount drought stricken area

t Parawota: section of Florida has of the farmers own their own acres j lespedeza per acre over the pasture for a country boy on the farm who C-- .
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been of good quality except for and live and prosper on them. and let cattle trnmn It In_ REFORESTATION EVERGLADES SECTION HAS I Is just now 15 years old. ARKANSAS .
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some pithiness which prevented "ir all the cows In Rutherford Cotton-Order calcium arsenate PLEA ADVANCEDChief GONE IN FOR TOMATOES: He has deposited all of his earn ACREAGE STKAN::UIt\

most cars grading No.1. Sara- county were made into one cow, that will be needed for boll weevil ings in a savings bank in town. SE\"Jo HAS Utto; ::;

spta shipped about 50 cars the she could stand the deepest part of control. Secure disease-free seed Everglades, Fla., Jan. 23.This Although he lives, 21 miles from nELTln.1

first week in January with Manatee the Atlantic Ocean and look down of early varietiea. Plant wilt-resis Executive Pledge State section of Collier> county gives this town which has a populationof Bald Knob

shipping 12 to 15 cars for the I on the Woolworth building in New tant varieties on wilt-infected soil. To Help Relieve I'nemploy- promises of becoming one of the 12,000, when he walks into the est Ark., Jan 21 _i
reports
second week. Both sections should York City and the _milk__m_ _from__n. _"PI'.__ Grove and Orchard-Set citrus nient Situation most important tomato growing I bank he Is greeted by the tellers even more seem to point t to
serious
Hhow considerable increase the udder would be sufficient to float trees, water, and bank if cold I rections in the United States within : with "Hello, James." They have ry acreage than cut in strain.,

third week of the month. the entire United States Navy." In danger has not passed. Continue I Florida' forests are and always the next few years that tomatoes learned to know him as they do ed earlier in had been estit

''c Shipping point prices were firm such ringing words, a Murfrees- pruning out dead wood until new have been "the greatest single income I have been grown in this vic some of their more important city Ing to an: the season. ACt.

because of the freeze in California boro, Tennessee: orator describedthe growth appears. Fertilize, using producing resource of the inity. Such experienced tomato I customers, and they give his accounts -i by \v, C.estimate made this a,.

but city markets have not shown dairying industry that in the high percent soluble nitrogen, and state," Governor Doyle E. Carlton I men as Capt. Hardee, Miami, H. W. just as careful considera the Bald Knob Crenshaw president

much strength. Total shipments last few years has made his home begin cultivation. Irrigate if need- I Monday told members of Associated Tucker of Ocala, Joe Gentile, Jr., ,tion.Another soclatlon, Fruit Growers ,'

f of Florida celery Increased to 160' county one of the richest in the ed. Spray for scab with 3-3-50 Boards of Trade of the Scenic of Miami, J. B. Janes, J. F. Jaudan pleasing thing I noted winter and extreme cold I ij

cars the second week of' Januarybut state. Bordeaux plus 1 percent oil, or 1-30 Highlands meeting at Haines City and a number cf other, recog- when I made a trip to town with of the the following jrou,

still were much lighter than a But, Instead of the one big cow, lime-sulphur just before new In a message which he sent from nizing the possibilities of tomato him Is that he can go into the summer past cut the *,
age fully 75
year ago. The crop in Florida and Rutherford county people milk 30- growth apepars. Watch for rust the capitol. growing here, have planted extensive stores, make a purchase and have It per cent.

California shows a condition about 000 regulation size cows and year mites, and destroy aphids on new Unable tor attend the meeting acreages. it charged to his and his father's least two appears that It will take i

81 per cent of normal. before last obtained $2,250,000 cash i growth. Complete setting pecan Governor Carlton sent a five-page This district lies along the Taml- account. Of course he does not back to its years to bring the disb

, Prices! of lettuce have tended from milk\ and cream alone. And trees, and knock off all husks and message on "Productive Use of ami Trail just half way between make these purchases without haying 1,000 to normal production<

lower Irt 'January because of Increasing i they obtained millions more as a leaves on scab susceptible varie Vacant Lands" and "Increased Fort Myers and Miami with nothing previously consulted his fath- 1,200 cars a season 1

shipments and poor quality by-product, for the extensive hog ties. Treat decaying places on pecan Employment." much between, except scrub e,', but the fact remains that he, a probable associations here estimate j

I of some stock received. Florida raising and poultry industry of tree"" and fertilize last of Urging reforestation of uncultivated palmettoes, Seminole Indians boy of 15 has a business standing output for I03j ai t I''u

Big Boston lettuce has been Rutherford county Is to a great ex- month. There Is still time to graft lands, the governor's message swamps and canals, and extends SO with the stores in town.tvnen one station, as not to exceed i
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selling at 75c and $1.25 per half tent made possible by the dairy in j'rapes, persimmons, and deciduous said in part: miles north to Immokalee.It --- i was a boy his age, I carloads.! the This Is IPSH___ thnn_m... "not

't bushel hamper in northern cities. dustry, and the per-acre yield of fruits. Plant tung seed. Exceeds Citrus Value Is estimated that about 3,000to scarcely knew my way around the normal tonnage rot i
shlpping'point.The
The vegetable market in the every crop is greatly enlarged by union and Truck-Spray pota- "The naval stores Industry and 3,500 acres are planted to tomatoes town, and was too timid to speak .

Manatee section was generally unsatisfactory the Increased fertility of the soil toes with 4-4-00 Bordeaux, under the wood-using industries aggre- which Is a small increase to any business person around association Is arranging ,

early this month, with that Is an all important byproduct high pressure, to control blight. gate more than even our citrus over last year. Marglobea and town. His club work, which has ,I supply plants to any member cable

slow demand and low prices. Ro- of cattle raising. Plant only healthy, diseasefreeseed. crop and exceed the value of the Globes are grown almost exclusively brought him in contact with many in to purchase them as a b

j- maine eoM at close to SOc a one Raising poultry as a sideline to Soak cucumber seed in 1-: annual output of all mines and with a few of the new Break o' of them, and his bank account have restoring the lost acreage

and one-half' bushel hamper and escarole their other farm activities, some 40 1,000 corrosive sublimate for 10 fisheries. S We have millionsof Day variety. Some of the Break given him a standing that an older Panama ------ -

at flOe and 60c. Head let- members of the 4 Mile Community minutes, and wash them. Plant tomato acres in Florida better suited 0' Day were planted last year and man might envy. In addition h City Southern Kr

: tuce sold( slowjy at BOc with only In Shelby county, Alabama, sell eggplant, and pepper seed- I to the growing of timber than the they looked like a winner, but has learned the value -of--money: water Corporation well completed drilling

15 carloads shipped. Cabbage was from $750 to $1,000 worth of poultry beds. Plant sweet corn, cauliflower growing of crops. S S We have growers while they do not express how to keep accounts, and to do I Eustls here.

In fair demand at $1.75 and $1.80 products a week. One of them, cucumbers, English peas, some four million acres of prairieand any fault with them, seem to prefer business in a business way. When business.-Fountain Inn to open'i

per one and one-half bushel hamp Mr. G. O. Gepford says that the and Irish potatoes. Plant a few semi-prairie lands in Florida." their old standbys.A ....____._ _.--
era Fancy peppers brought $1.25 chickens pay the bills and that rows of summer squash around the The governor also suggested the number of cars have been -r.- _____o_________

and $U'iO' a crate Eggplant was they do the farming for the fun cucumber or cantaloupe field as a growing of such "substitutes" as shipped during the past few weeks, I

.c generally poor and there was lit they get out of it. Starting some I trap for borers. Start tender flowering ramie, and the planting of sisal, but warm weather Is needed to Strawberry
& tie demand three years ago with 67 hens and annuals hemp and flax. Pasture for live boost the volume. Up until this Plants of Quality

''e Tomato markets were In bad 3 meals, Mr. and Mrs. Gepford In the Home1-Look over and repair stock was recommended along week no f. o. b. prices had been

.I condition In the Miami district have paid for all equipment, fn- spring and summer clothing. with the reforestation plan. More established and returns as a whole I
Many shipments have been eluding houses, chickens Make I attention to rare fruits and have not been Most In our 51 years alt plant .
consigned brooders, a spring hat for one or more ; vegetables satisfactory. growers this' III the shortest I
1. because buyers were afraidof etc., and have made a profit of over member of the family. Do spring and tung trees was advocated of the tomatoes are packed in six- crop of plunts we have ever produced Its not over S3 per

the quality. There is considerable $2,300. Mr. Gepford says he will sewing. Make fly traps, and get as was the commercial basket carriers with a few being cent the normal over the entire country. Quality of plants'

new tomato land In the section never be without chickens as longas rid of all insects.GeneralKeep. ) breeding of wild game. put in lugs. beet e\'el'-we are now making shipment Into your

south of Miami. This acreage he farms.F. all records up to On Unemployment section.1llssionary.

will be a little'later than ordinary C. Wagner, of Leflore county, date. Consult the county or home Speaking of employment, the COLD PACK OPERATIONS 000 1000 to 3000, $3.30 per thousand; 10,.
and. the early crop may be Mississippi, raises cotton on a demonstration agent at the court- I governor stated: NOW or over $3.23. See our agents and place order Our
rather light. Prices of vegetablesin l large cale and makes money doing house, for further help. "Enforced Idleness Is the most UNDER W.U'Plant catalog Is tree for the aaklng.
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the Miami district, as in other I It. Knowing that successful cotton dangerous kind of idleness. * Agents: "r"wnlee Bro A. J. Thomas, Ray New.om.

: early shipping sections have been growing calls for an ample sup The purchasing power has not kept City, Jan. 23.-Cold pack and G. \v. UObe'ots, Lawtey, FIn. See them and P'a' (' order .

I very low and markets dull in Jan ply of home-grown feed, at least I I WRUF I pace with production. The only operation for this season were early to nuke sure of wants. We will hold yuor order.
uary. 40 per cent of his cultivated lands FARM PROGRAM | sound and economic way to increase launched this week by C. H. Kruse, ,

Shipments of oranges decreased i planted to corn and hay crops I "The Voice of Florida" j I employment Is to increasethe who operated a cold pack strawberry
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sharply toward the middle of the every year. This has proved ample -' I 0 I power to consume * plant here last season also. J. A. BAUERThe

month to a daily rate of 200 cars for the needs of the plantation Gainesville, Fla.-Farm radio "Florida is perhaps in better Mr. Kruse Is this season locatedIn

from Florida and California.,. and usually produces a surplus talks about many problems vital shape than the average of the the Burney building adjacent to Strawberry PUnt jan Judsonla, Ark. Box 21HERE

Grapefruit shipments Increased which Is sold locally at top prices. to Florida farmers will be given United States. We are not noted the strawberry yard and plans on

only slightly with about 125 carsa And the needs of the family are : over state radio station WRUF for breadlines, soup houses or demands greatly increasing his volume of

day but Texas output Increased by no means neglected. A good during the Florida farm hour upon the legislature for ap- business this season if berries are -

t. somewhat home garden and orchard, a flock which will begin at 12:00: each day proprjations for the relief of the available. r

of 200 mens, six cows and a drove next week. the Florida Agricultural hungry. However I feel it Incumbent Operations were started on Tues 0

THREE SQUARE MEALS of hogs keep the larder filled. and Extension Service haa announced. upon the state to go as far day of this week by Mr. Kruse p ,

-- afford a surplus that Is readily disposed 'The program follows: as its finance will permit In pushIng when it became apparent that berries I -
of to good advantage. public work-especially In were Immediately available for
As this Is written, congress is Sat., January 31-Florida farm -
..k, considering the appropriation of a -- news and hints. U. S. Farm Science completing necessary highways. these operations. Mr. Kruse had
GIVING SERIES RADIO TALKS This will give employment to not planned to begin operations for
huge amount of to Snapshots.Mon.
be loan.
money (
ed American citizen for the purchase ON 11AI1Y ClUCK DISEASES ., Fet 2-Some Farm Work thousands. By encouraging capitalto two or three weeks but the rains %% I

of food. Among the for February-J. Francis Cooper. Invest in industries, it will employ splitting open a large number of

for such loans, if the applicants Gainesville, Fla.-To help FlorIda Timely Hints for Beekeepers other thousands, for construction berries making them available for t1e.

Is made available, will be lots money of: I poultrymen with their most E. Foster. first and operation sec shipping placed this fruit otherwise I i. lit actual! opportanity 10 mak Tout
vital problem at this Dr. ond. - S unhurt in do doubi
season. E. line for cold dury. Twice
our Southern one-crop farmer Tues., Feb.. 3--Push Citrus pack t as moth for
F. Thomas disease specialist with "It behooves all of to operations. your money is no small
While there is Growth to Forestall us realize Approximately a matter when you
no getting around Aphid Injury consider the
the fact that such loans would tbe Florida Experiment Station, -J. R. Watson. The Pecan Shuck- that the present situation is abnormal dred and fifty crates of publications Ke"( blUn" aisortment of itandatJh
lieve much re- will speak In a aeries of talks about worm-F. W. Walker and cannot last. Instead of day were handled the opening hun.l. in .b"ft art .ntertaininq. instructive. and ..njoyabl. -
Farm
hunger and Question widest
-b distress it .
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baby chick diseases of ""' W. h" made ie ""
should be borne In mind that It from state radio Box. making things worse by withhold operations.Mr. for youimply! 111 Kt the club
would take at least ten times as- station WRUF every Thursday Wed., Feb. Preliminary Re- ing every dollar from Investment I Kruse Is paying six cents a bring this coupon to our office TODAY.you wane and scud ot

', much effort! to repay the i In February at 12:10 p. m., eastern port on the Iodine Content of Flor- we should see through the clouds pint for berries which are all right
,. as money standard time. In the order named ida that must break away and put I for his operations.
would have been required to Vegetables-Dr. R. W. Rup- SPECIAL CLUB N. APr $
grow the food and feed that would m he will L discuss sanitation, bac. recht. {, forth our beat thought and energies *.t....lT. Farmrr. I JTM -

be bought with money thus bor lllary white diarrhea brooder Thurs., Feb. 5.-The Importanceof to keep going the wheels of STRA WHERRIES IN NEW YORK Oral Ham*StorlM.Fri..... I r r'ar r .ALL SEVEN

rowed. pneumonia coccldiosls,'and later Sanitation with Baby ChicksDr. progress." C.:.afltJman: :' ::,ln.. I y..r FOR ONLY
Amvrlran
The first man to till the soil did worms. E. F. Thomas. How Palm New York, Jan. 23. About two Th Farm. Paaltry Journal Journal I ?..* I puse. }
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sq for the purpose of supplying NATIONAL HROADCAST- Reach County Poultrymen Produce Hush Money cars or so of strawberries are coming AND For THIS NEWSPAPER. Jsi =ii
himself and family with the necessities Healthy Chick* M. U. Mounts. dally now. Most of the berriesare On Tr

of life lie farmed to make Gainesville,-Fla.-A- national 4H Frl., Feb. 6 Varieties and "In conclusion, brethren" said from Galloway and Plant City. SPECIAL CUrB N. A-'

a living. The farm problem has! club program will be broadcaston Types of Corn Suited to Florida the preacher, "dla money sure got. The fruit sells according to quality ui.i.n.l ..l..Poultry Frlond Journal 1 ., I r....
come about as a result of Fred II. Hull. Results and condition and not.. in accord- )11..t.! ..... r ar
losIng of
our a coast to coast hook-up from Corn ta be raised, and I must' say dat If Mechanic. I ytar.
Bight of the fact that Fertilizer Expe''tments ance with the section from which it Horn Clrcl. I jr ar 1 ALL SEVENFOR
making 12:30 i I J. D. they ain't so five dollar (
: to 1:30: eastern standard bills in dat food Slorlo .
r a living at home Is the basic prin- 1, Warner. collection comes. The best berries rul... J Co..ntr>. M-*._.1. -___ ONLYJ
box
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time, February 7. The U S. Marino dia mawnln' A rAr.tain ...
ciple of safe, sound, and I In addition, market ---- I from 3Sc to SOc per :'quart this _ _ 4lrm.rI;F..FI..I": .
enduring Band will furnish the music, and I report will gemman'a wife will know what week r _t AND THIS ) J $ i .
while
farming. the air pints sold at 15c NEWSPApER
go
club workers from South Carolina ', on over WRUF from lady he was seed wlf last Friday 250.Another's. and I.. 0_ Ysero =
Colqult county, Georgia was like and New York state as well as ,' 11 to 11:13: and from 12:45: to 1:13: night."

most other cotton counties eight others, will speak. WJAX, WFLA '-: lally. The first period will be devoted There were fourteen five dollar

years agohead over heels in debt. and WIOD are Florida stations to report of movement the bills in the plate.-Ej .n..a. . . . .

,- A mass meeting of farmers and that will carry the program. preceding day, and the second period ToothbrushIs >
business men was held and a balanced S will be given to opening prices I : Yes-"n.

.) farm program to fit Colqultt I U.ltu'F.n'IIT; FLORIDA 'neh day. These report will be In the Navy Not For YouYouwantyourownin f EDITOR. Send Bar.alo No.-to

county was adopted. Year before furnished from Jacksonville .
I --- by the .
last these farmers sold $ i.uuu- Gainesville, Flit.K.. B*. Gardner, State Marketing Bureau. A negro exhohrter shouted to his the same ii tName ___
p 000 worth of farm products. $2- organization specialist with the S audience, "Come up an' jlne de way insist on having own 'I
660.000 was obtained from the sale Federal Farm Board has STATE IlEEKEEFKRS MEET army ob de Lord!" your : Town q
reliable tried-out _
Just con
remedy for
of C
hogs alone.Diversification. "Ise done D
eluded a two weeks' stay la Flor- Jlned replied the wo csti1t.
&, Tampa. Fla- -The Florida State torpid liver biliousness constipation
has reached such ida man. I
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conferring with P..F.fl, 1
a point that the failure of no one growers as well as extension vegetable and Beekeeper joint Association will holda "Whar'd yo' Jlne?".asked the ex- Pills. Take-Carter's Little Liver I I _ iliWi.11, this c".." .... ." .. t.... .-NOW- a
or two crops can bring depression. State Marketing Bureau meeting with all local association horter. Carter's and stir up I . . BBBBl Bfl.l0i1
-. Tobacco, one of the countychief In the Interest of the workers. In the grandstand at the '"10 de Baptla" church. the two pounds of bile that ] .
product, brought the recently or- fair ground here February 10 beginning cleanses the whole
lowest price ganized cooperative "Why, chile said the exhorter. system. Bradford
: to history last year watermelon federation of at 10:30, William Z. BUn- "You Red bottles. County
q ; Florida vegetable grower ton, president aint in de army ob de Lord; Any drug store. Telegraph
baa
announced.
I yo' in de navy." Take Carter's. >
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JIICIaIlner Jeto!] : : -,",,{"".'..'('';'.':' : : his blessing.own worthiness Such to receive such ness visitor--- to Starke Tuesday.- ltunit- - <ctcil ---- 2,403.52- -:: j'j'T

.. ,..:. .l..!:.'.:.:" -I' {1J a mendable In any humility sinner Is but com-it THEKESSA. HAMPTON Mrs. Ed Galloway and three .. Iml duo('Uee..a air.11 roux. 11'.14:141:) U

_,r. n should never IlIhla Bullion ( .... MIM Aila Mmm, (..... children are spending sometime at Tn hal. dun, I Ih.C. I Illv 443.00...
' : { ; prevent one calling on the home of her parents Mr. and null .11..1! /I. n.'?.
:: 1I"i" ''''' the Lord for help. A sincere ap- Mrs. Chas Dlnklns. T.i. hill' due. tier. 31 4SI ,mi
peal ia all that Christ requires. Saturday night the young people Mrs. O. Haynes Is spending a 1'"lal II..h".I-It.'ul., "
Mr. and Mrs. A. P. of Tn 11x1.I duo I'Vf 1 . 20,1/17. t .
[ fly word U a lamp unto my feet, and a light unto my path.-Psalm 119105.;: Jesus commanded the leper to of the Christian Union gave a box raw days with her daughter Mrs. I Jacksonville Rosenberg li> Hint rollerted! I 2.3II'! I 1'
idOIh, tell no one, but having supper at the Christian church. T. J. Thomas of Valdosta, Ga. i were visiting in Law To 1111. rtiii Iter. 31H --17,74S
Deceived tey Tuesday. >.b-H. >>h....1 l lion.>d
fhrlUarfcisflf J trains AU religious teaching doctrine or the blessing, he spread the news, Quite a large crowd of people were 'I Mr. and Mrs. Ward of Connecticutare Mr. T.. bat). iii".. Hoc I 10,131 "< ..
: Ben I Rowe
creed if they "and and friends and daughters, Hv unit iKllrrteilTo 1,07LI,1'
are to have any claim great multitudes came to- present a general good time visiting and relatives
Ion n the love, loyalty and devotion of the people must be in harmony with gether to hear and be healed was had by all. A nice sum was I, here this week. spent the weekend: In Mitcclenny. lull due arrlro.Use 31 It. UCSi . 9,0691:1: Y

vh3 tcai'hmgs( of Jesus the Christ whose words fit into every fold and crevice by him of their taken in to be used fnr> improve Mr. and Mrs. Herman Thedu 1'" Iml llllv l II..f. I . .1.077 II .
Infirmities.
roe le, human heart and of whom it was said in John 7:48: "NEVEU MAN Among the many improvementsthat were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ily ,unit .111..1 . 110.2:1:
VA Khj: LIKE THIS MAN." ment to the church building. Are taking place here I Is anew R. R. TheOe To list due Iles. 31 . _- 11M17,17N ,
of Yc DAILY BASLE READINGS Mrs. It. E. Moorer left Satur- coat of paint being applied to Sunday. IAe.r'. l'eneius. I'HI.,1.
To
Iml due life .
SERMONETTEA I 1.07 l I'<
rgkthe UKEKLY: sons "possessed" with these dem- day for Everglades where she will both the interior and outside' of the t'unl of Th ulk. Hv Hint oillvi-tpd __ 1211.:! '. .;
-- To Iml. dim. P.-.-. 81llonil ..I.- '
ons. From the in 'January make her home. 8B7n
synagogue Cap- 30 1931 First Christian church of Hampton HI-I.IHV vlulnlennnr'r ,

Good Recipe for Worry ernaum Jesus! ) went into the houseof How to Gain All-Seek first Mr. and Mrs. Jim Butney of We wish\ to thank our many To bet dim lore. 1 -1 II.U'I:6' I, ,
Ie ilatthcw 6:25: 20, 33. Jesus said: ye Jacksonville visited Mr. and Mrs. friends who were so good and kind I Hyt nml.", rnll..t..1 . 1,41 l '
the kingdom of God and his Uev. McGauley of Starke preach*] To Iml. ..lii.
Simon POP I
Peter. And Simon's righteousness 5 '<>
ttor61e 'efore I say unto you Take no wife's ; and all these W. T. Wallace Sunday afternoon.A. ed at the ftnptt.st church last Sunday to us in the recent sickness and O W.. ALUE1tMAN1C4! lr1,'

i, jv! for your life what ye mother was taken with a be added things shall L. Sullivan was n visitor to morning and evening.Mr. death of our'Moving mother and ICY tUnncht AlUurmuii.' U '.
unto ,
fever you. Matt. 0:33.
:,,1,I LI lor what ye shall drink; great ; and they besoughthim I"1'I1YE'r.Help : Hampton and Starke! Saturday af- I and :!Ur". L. A. Wynn and grandmother. Especially d.I ) we "--
ha \v for your body what ye for her. And he rebuked the us Lord, to get In ternoon. daughter' Miss thank thcwie/ who brought flowers ".0'1'111 I OF' .JI tlllilkNI. II.\I./J! OK
fever tune with the Infinite, that His ; : Elaine accompaniedby ,
la not the life ; and It left her; and Immediately MI
flood jin' on. more power may be ours. Mrs. H. M. Hersey was calledto Mrs. J. L. Wynn' spent the dny and cheer to her during/ her Illness -

htoh'ue n at and the body than rat'h bhe arose and ministered unto What diicctlonn' did Jesui the bedtii le of her brother Mr. at St. Augustine/ last: Sunday'; the May our heavenly Father bless Thirty duyx. .
utter tint.
them"Simon's give t 'M' +fttfwlt. <
ar'he Behold the fowl of the concerning the giving of John Adklns in Jacksonville Satur- guest of Miss Mary Lee Wynn. I each and every one. I : tlu 2n'l day, of f Mil.<..li. I I"I
' { they sow not neither do house In Capernaum was alms? day. Mr. Adkins Is In a Jacksonville Kev. of Waldo will Hen Howe and family. I the umlcrntttiif'il. run. rdhul r..r I I
about /six: hundred feet below sea- Answer read.Diatt.: 0:1-4.: Montgomiyy I I.y, AiKlrl-H, Tlit'lnmiiil' ," '''. Jb' 1
ip nor gather Into barns; hospital and at thi- last report preach at the Methodist! church ." '". .1. X.: AlHli-l!" .If. -i n at.) t'i.SinliMx : ',
''ell tI heavenly Father feedeth level, in & malarial fever district. January SI, 1031 was very low.'e wish for him 1sp'elly \ next Sunlay'enlng.. -- minor hoira .>( .,.1.. Ja!<,,
I not much better thanamt'w Jesus healed her by a word and The Only Help For I the Lord l>hiiii, > Anilum.' 11"1.' will nt""j i
bpsno 1 i .ye recovery.Mr. Mrs I. J. Priest Is visiting her to Iho llon.irnlil". (11v". .\, nNrdlu
lety, without medicine. Uecovery from thy God will hold thy right hand, C. Sullivan and Clyde Her- daughter, Mrs A. Wilson of Keystone : i ,..111 nly ]Jiulffo. hi and. ) roe, Iii, .. I : 6:33.: But fceek ye first I such fevers was usually slow but saying unto thee Fear not; I will sey were visitors to Jacksonville IIOOTSEY'S liKACIl aunty KlnrlilH., Tnr" nn or.lnr, In" I nat
>: Heights this week.LAWTKf. I irlviitK( .'LI.' all i In-. ,'hrhl.| tn i iII
pan'vtxt iiiKiiom l of God and his right- here the patient was made well at' help thee. Isaiah 41:13.: Saturday. ,ml 1 .hihn"-est of valil ,niln.' ''''' ,into '

Jt ,rne9! and all these things shall 'I once "and immediately she arose What gen.-ral! exhortlon did jUi a. Mr. and Mrs.! Crockett Mann and! ---. I \\ti I tu| t"lhwlllto,1"1'110,1, ItinilH, i I">

lade, ,' unto you. and ministered unto them." These Apostle Paul give to the church at children of Palatka: .visited, Mrs. Miss Geneva Gnsklns spent Run- I l'oiir uri'nH. In Sotilh sf. .|iiirtfiStintliitiHt : "r "

",103 'rave' We would Lord cast all healings were done by Jesus or", the Thessalonlca? Answer, rea-i--I Mann's parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. d.iy the guest of Miss!! Aline HOH- i n' Mouth, 'Hunan|unrtHi' 1U..t Hi.Utn KPIBI:. \ ,, \t'oiinit.Nnitli III'. Tup.. .

"1' 'C IIr'' upon Thee for Thou car- Sabbath which ended with sunset, Thess. 51428Prayer:: \V.. Illnnnn, Sunday. Icr. l hy KlvUU I'ln.'i'V>Ht li.v !hold

ntoEN IC). us and "when the sun was netting all Father, we are .only Messrs. Willl.i SwIrvlHl and Ja.: :\In. 13. 11. llnrurr., Cur.Mrt. Mr. and Mrs. M. I. Thompsonare < end "Knnt ,
hv iitrvc!
n t In "Mturk', H..II! |
,\'bals\ the joy of the ran>KIm- they that had any /sick with divers children i'n the dark The crossing Triost! were business' visitors to the proud pnrrnts of n little .litnilit. Ivllltf mill! hi'lllK HrmlfDlilrounty j

Answer, read--Isaiah 35:10.:: diseases brought them unto him; Is dangerous. Lead us. Starke Saturday. daughter born Jan. 20th. I'9iI,1.'flits ...
I). It. Kime Passer Auuy I .10 Ui day i>f ,/'/ninnirv. 19.11n
111' and he laid his hands on everyone ri-uriury I, I9.H: Messrs. A. and C. Sullivan were Mist Frankle Lon MDrrhee returned .r. rMvm:. ,

; of them and healed them. And Better than Rubles Search thScriptures e in Lawtey Tuesday. Mrs. :D. It. Rowe, 79 years of home Saturday after I tliinrdlnn. fot the iitjiAW nainintiiorH "- <1

"\1 1 I devils also came out of many, cryIng I ; for in them ye think Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Sullivan and age passed away at the home of spending several days with friends I-,1il-fl-2-27.

SUNDAY SCHOOL, j out and saying, Thou art ye have eternal life; and they are little son Othma visited Mr. and her son, Mr. Ben Rowe last Thurs- and relatives! at Jacksonville and l -- -

1. LESSON j jI Christ the Son of God. And they which testify of me.-John 0:. Mrs. J. P. Summers at Providence day morning at 2:30: o'clock. She 11 II 1111 r,1. :xirit

I he suffered them not to /speak: for 3D. Tuesday. had been ill for two weeks with Mr. and Mrs J. J. Htgdnn spent
I I
toreal. they knew that he was Christ. Prayer-O God, Thy way is a high blood Grandma Sunday here'the guests of Mr. and I nv Ilio power. "...1.,1, lii thorn the
,. pressure. lloiiril nf 1'iihlld IiiHti'tu'tlull. of. IIr.dturd -
ESSON": FEBRUARY 1, 1931 Mark 1:34: says "And he healed lamp unto my feet and a light upon Rowe as she was known by her Mrs. H. N. Crawford 11 (; Klorl.la, I hereby IHH)| nil
'sttnAccu many and cast out many devils; my pathway.Has having food and raiment let us many friends was loved by all. ----. f!..< I..r.yl.IIM ,hnlil:: Krl. 10: in.1l, InStltl'lltt :
,
Hp.'dnl Tux Mahout Itlnlllct,
s!ubject Jesus the Great Fhy- and suffered not the devils to the Lord God any pleasure therewith be content. 1 Timothy The funeral which was largely attended t'l.lOIIK'H IIIOI'OUT No. 3 of llrurlrortl t'ountv. to diUnrnilnv .

Is'lt ian. speak because they knew him." in death ? Answer read-Ezekiel 6:6.7.: 8.PrayerGive. whether or not thy shall
was held at the Baptist Report flork tif Circuit i-plVfi Hanilmc.ii Sii'rlnl TllK ,' sel,
leoters. Golden Text: "SUrely he hath And in Acts 16: 16-17 Luke says 18:31: 32. us grace, O God, church in Macclenny of which she Court In "nnfd for Urnilfont Cantv, Ulittr t No, IS ot lll-Mdfur.l County
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Tie our griefs and carried our that at Philippi "a certain damsel February 2, 1931 to win a victory over the acquisi- was charter member. Intermentwas Florida on account of Taxes assessed to l> *:,'iiBolliliiU'il. wliit them, feelan
fur the 11121'
I your U. n0 trustees end determine
I rows." Isaiah 53:4.: possessed with spirit of divination Curse or Blessing, Which-He tive spirit within. Woodlawn cemetery De- (I'. A. Knleht tux rolloctnrHIiiikH the uniiiunt of mllliitfe. tii* "HH"HHIaHiilnne -,|
Irou. Lesson Text: Luke 4 ; 34-44 ; 5: * followed Paul and that withholdeth Was man created In God's Image Klii, .1..". t, 19,11. / the Kohl uonnolltluteil. die-
us saying the
corn Witt .
people C. Jones,, mortician In charge. ('....n., I'rmvrr trli-t.
e a, J8. These men are the servants of the shall curse him; but blessing shall ? Answer read Genesis 1:26: She leaves to mourn her loss, three T.I lui I. due. I I..-... i I. in jo il.ng'tftR/ / Nor the piirpnn of hnlillnic sold.

T3ke Time of Lesson A. D. 28; Places 'most high God which shew unto be upon the head of him that 27. Rowe of D. IH- unit. rollHftnil n 1441 0 t>l"i'tlon 10'. A. NrolA.. .1. 'I'hon.....,
sell Ben '
sons, Lawtey
1'" hill cll" !Iles HI I, I 19:111: 11,4111011 I I?. A. Vutfh. era aN"IIII.,1| munuvvi
pel-nail m and other points In us the way of salvation. But Paul eth it.-Proverbs 11:26. Rowe and Jim Howe of Macclenny, 1.'ln. ft I'urfrllur. and M. H. l'i.ymaii, (M,*rk.II .
'fit Illee.. * said Til lull illlii !Urr I 4.3111111/1) / 1). MAT,
unto the spirit I com- Prayer--May we have and Mrs. Mattie Frailer
tlon grace,, IMtKSHYTKltlAN one daughter fly amt .11..1' 4"1.11 A. J. nUIKPIH. <'h ltmiiu.Kiicrilary. .
I Ie ntroduction to Lesson: "Follow- mand thee in the name of Jesus Lord not only to sell but to give; :: of Jacksonville, and a numberof To lull. iliin I line51" 111<21: .IIHCounty 1-9-H-2-0.
J the baptism and temptation of Christ to What ll..n"l mid IIr......*. littrrratnmlHliiklnir
K come out of her. And he reason did Jesus give why grandchildren and other relatives. I'lin.l

ma and the Wedding in Cana of came out the same hour." we should forgive our enemies ? Services Sunday February 1, as The family have the deepest "/'.. lull, line ....... I. IIN.I fIIoI."N Ml'l'lt I II

III 'Illee, Jesus spent several monthshis You will notice that all these Answer read Mark follows: of llv mill roll.MrI, ( l,77ltil: I -
11:25.: sympathy all the community.Mr.
To lull dun Hoc. 61 I. //111.393.11 I ,
fly ho power vested. In I thorn I thi
Co1t first great Judean ministry. "evil spirits" knew Christ and his February 3, 1931 10 a. m> Sunday school J. M. and Mrs. Randall of Orlando (-<>..nl r liulldliia 11.in ril nt I'nhllc Inntriictlun. of tiruH.

t.I t. December A. D., 27. he returnto servants. Early the next morning Gladness In Service -- Serve the Truby supt., C. N. Christy, acting former residents of Lawteywere To Iml 1. dim.. I Uer.. I 1,1111.411 ford'unn1Y, Klorlila. hirehir rnllMHII .
IIv unit. i-iilli'CliMl 120 i UII! I elttrtlon to 1,0 hold *'.b. 10 1911 I I ,
I Galilee! by way of Samaria. In Jesus arose and went into a desert Lord with gladness. Enter into his supt. visiting here Tuesday.Mr. '1'.. Iml iliix OB7/ 17 I the iluot In. HIIIIIIIHOU (Pltv In HUIIIP-"

arch. A D. 28, he returned to place. Mark 1:35: "risingup gates with thanksgiving and into 11 a. m. Morning Worship, sermon Sam Cheatham was a busi l-ountr Hrhnnl (7en.ral son Mporlnl' Tin Hrhoiil lilntrtcl 1 \ ,,;..
says
Ti Iml I mg msalem to the Passover and the a great while before day, he his courts with praise: be thankful by the pastor. I -- Hiltnlmon' Hnoclill 1'u HilKinl 1H 1..

elIt c xt month returned to Galilee. Af- went out * Into a solitary place, unto him, and bless his name. For 7:30: p. m. Evening worship The 1..1.1"1: : iiirini: rim ISIS 'I1F111111'111 Ve t' trli't No. 13, shall ronnollilikto with J

'r his rejection at Narazeth he and there prayed." Even Jesus the Lord Is good. Psalm 100:2,4.: members of the Christian Endeavor TttinH| \ of TJi'fiiKoB Issued l>y Ihs Tux f'ollnrlnr' d l lnntv c' ,lrntm <>f whirl :' HliirkB No.' .1 of Hpi'i'liil" I'rl' ...t..r"Tax foiitity Heh.101 tit l>l.abet lrlct d

e rat to Capernaum teaching and needed to to his Prayer Society will have charge of this hnvtt barn ni IPd with Ihs ('.. Judas for She |1..1..1| | "'fr ittulnic, r>n thailiiy t hr... IriiKlvpN. unit. ilvlorinlnit. thninount "
pray Father and Father as the birds service. A of music and !lrHI day. of Novtiinbur, A. U. 11KIO: nml undhiK on (Ihn, :JOIN ..f NuvttmV ,- of Mlllairn, tii l he H".ri<..r4iiiriiliiHt
caching, in and around Caper- how can we expect to keep within and flowers respond to Thy creative program bur, A. J)I. I UIO.III : until ooiiMollilHt dlMtrlct.

Brng iiim sad the country bordering'e his fold except we often pray for work help us to do likewise. short addresses will be given. Mar the purpuee| of holillntr *al4Atnrtlon

Sea of Galilee." guidance ? But the sick and those Who cares for the poor and those Prayer meeting Wednesday at ...1 iniiiinKiTil.I Ihfl.,followlnir J. f.. Wynn I are, M nt VnrncM>i>olnt-.,

As suggested by the subject, this who had sick friends "came unto who fear God ? Answer read 7:30: p. m. ) Mlarke Mr. \V.THlephunsC1 T.. l'hll..n.Y"IHIIIIII' 6luehlne11.6.20 111-1-31 111.00 7.511so "'|1".1.) Brown mid llomiii Smith,

''en: sson deals largely with Jesus him, and stayed him, that he should Psalm 31:3: 7.rYliriiary. Choir practice Wednesday eve- _'I'.I"ph..no Nyslrnl' .. 111.1-/111/ 10-UI 14 40 '1211III Clerk. 11. r>. MAY
Baling various diseases. Luke not ning immediately after prayer W. Iliryan' _('ur.. _ -. ____. __ ___ 111.1.:10: 10.1.31 IUIII 2./10/ A. .T OIUITr.S C'hulrmnn.MO .
depart from them. And he 4, 1931 fl2 0"0. A. Anderson 'I"mg __ u _______10.1-/111/ 10-1.:11( : 111.111'' 600III H..t/lry.' 1.15.60.2-A.
.M-S5 says, "In the synagogueere said unto them, I must preach the Humility of Christ Let this meeting.A : fully Anna l'/tr.. _'nte _ .IO.I-R" 1"-1.31 600 ::1.1111
cordial Invitation to nil our 9 1 M. I.. .Iohn" ___5lurehant. _ ___ 10.1-311 10.1-:11: 3.UII I.GII
was which had --- -
a man a splrof kingdom of God to other cities also !- mind be In you, which was also 0/1/ 1\1 rH. ,1.,. I'. 1'llkln-' .I.It.Klii

an unclean devil, and cried but ; for therefore am I sent. And he I :in Christ Jesus. Let nothing be perVlcct extended to all. 'son.Manhunt ________111.1-30, 10-1-31 3.011 I.GII -
I ,th a loud We are rejoicing over the fact 011 r.1 e. "..III"K"-, I rirciill Court. .
voice saying, Let us preached in the synagogues of done through strife of vainglory, __ __ Hrnilfoi'il County,
that be'ovod! school worth' 11..11. ltslale Itrok..r .10.1.30 III-I.U 10.00( 11.00 Kloi'lilii, In. C'huni'ory.
me what have we to do with Galilee." I !but In lowliness of mind let each our Sunday superintendent 91 F'" I'. "011111"U""I & tlltoo H"IIIlII' _ Airix.l, ,. IlnV.it.,
*. Jesus and Elder J M. worth _ 51,01)' _ _ _ ___10.1.311 111.1.31 11011 2611IIH I
I of Nazareth ? Hath On his journey through Galilee, esteem other better than them is One ,'..llIn.. _ _P-'AUnr _ NNNNIO.I-RO 10.1-31 1'1'11'1,1..1liD 1 V.. fnniplulnunt' ,
4 ou come to destroy us ? I knowee "Behold a man full of leprosy who selves.--Phil. 2:5: 3. Truby gradually recoveringfrom W. '1'. 'turnerMerchant __ ____11'.1.3"' 10.1-31 a.oo 1/111/ I Arthur 'W. Ti>hr, H u\\
who thou his recent long illness. 100 Ir. W. ('IIHIIII _..1..1,11., ot1.lId"e) ,11I-1.30: 10-1-111 601111 2111111 I llrfoniliint.KOltKCLOHl'llM.
art; the Holy One seeing Jesus fell on his face and Prayer Lord, help in honestlyto 1111 II-IrH. W. J.1'nols __.Ufe ----------.1 10.1.:10: 111.1-31 //\.tlll\ 1/10/ l ':
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God. And Jesus rebuked him besought him. saying. Lord If face our Imperfections and 1113 H. 11. Purvis' ___ 1\I"r..h..nt ---------.5 0.I -An 111-1-31 War Vet C.wt..i MiMirr 1.r ft*. '
111II""ry: ( lhyer5lerehnnt _ __ ___ 10.1.311 10.1-31 :1.111I: l.r.1I
'Ing' Hold thy peace and come thou wilt thou canst make me | grow strong through service to TKACIIKKK' EXAMINATION: : : Order. I'nbllritlluii.
1114 Stay Nrrvice RI..llrAM' _ _. _.___ .10.1.311 III.I-St IlIfll'' 11.110 It havt'iir horn ,
made
lit i t of him. And * he came out clean. And he put forth his hand others. lu6 'r" 1'. IIhLrkllllrll _M..r'hllnl _ _ .__ 10-I.HII 111-1-31 S Oil l.ro sworn iiin.luvlt mud III uliovn to appear| entltlil hv
f him and l 11111 \Ym. II. \untts Jr.I..h.r. _ _.. ._ . - .5.90 1)1-i) -at Wllr V"I. .. -
hurt iniiii<* by for
him not. and touched him, saying, I will: be What weapon did Jesus use to The teachers' examination will 1111 1. H. 'J'n'lor ____III".r' hop ._10-1-311 10-1-31 t 1111I .110 Hint, tho Httornay clnfvnilunt' Annl cninphilnnut
Is
A missionary to China says thou clean. And Immediately the defeat Satan in the Temptation ? bo held at the court house In IllS Sirs N!: 19 Junes JII..rdoul, . ____._ .Iml -80 111-1-:11: :900 t I MIIlIq lit over 'the ng. of 21 Cl"rAnn n.l-

rtdently, with many symptoms leprosy departed from him." Like Answer rend Matt. 4:4: 7, 10. Starke, beginning at 8 o'clock 1111 .H.'Sohn H.. W..lln Ilea's _JII'r'h",1 1\I..t. __ _. ____.__ .10.1.311 I0-I I .0' 111-1-31 10-I-9t 800 SIll'' 11111 l.r,1I 1 Ihlll I Miiinurl the ilnOii.liinlo luhrlvl'' , Maik' yum(lonloniin.l .

r: Insanity and epilepsy demon- sin, leprosy was almost undlscern- February 5, 1931 Thursday morning, Feb. 5th and III A. ,.. -.MurchOnt, -----I 0-I.3): 10.1-31 3.011 1 1110 under thi' age of :ill I H.inlun yfnirn, anil ara"' each Hint
111 I 11. 11. HelltJ ______thlrag,1 ._ .(1).1-30 10-1-31 10.00) IUIO :
session> viicli of the 0.VS, nnnind, ,ilefeiuliintAurn
was more than these. able at first but grew and spread Better Than Silver and Gold! continue for three days. is
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r< lili-ntii 5H .
of
Fiuiwur III the
islonarles and others have not- until the whole person was de Godliness with contentment is All applicants report promptlyat \ '", Ire) <>. A tlnrlIn..r, County ,'lodge, nml (' A. Knight, Tux upsets 1'lty of llodton. Hllll'* nf M.", ..arliiiHiittii 1
I I in various (lands cases that dup- stroyed.The great gain. For we brought nothing that time supplied with pen, of said' vuiintv, do certify that, the furc, KI>|,IIMT I I. "rrnL. : that the roHlili'iiffi. of eiich, i>C
"Iv..n} uiuli-r our hftmtrt and udlcliil. l Meal of County. Judge, thin lnt clay I the ,il.>f<.ncluntn Arthur W.
:'ate the demonlcas of Christ's leper had faith in Christ's Into this world and It Is certain Ink and legal cap paper. of I >"cenil't. .r, A. \U. 111.III. MaiKiin-t' U Tiihoy, llnill .R Tnhoi Tohoy',

tY" The Lord healed many per. ability to"heal, and doubted only I: we can carry nothing out. And 1-23-21. A. J. GrlfTla, eupt. I'(!.I':A,I. ,KNKIjtT A. \JAItniNKIl,. Tim Citll-i-t.il-, County; : Ju.!*.. Marlin l.oiiln 1"1'11..h":: I'hrUtlna ,

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( 4 TERRIBLE*' I'VE COT] .(f ILL POLL IT BY 7 I II RHOW[ MUCH DoES \ [ONE DOLL.AF\]I f JUST A MINOTC'DOC: EFORE"yOv r How MUC.I DOES: IT"'COST ) the hells use..... nf iinkniiwn(I years rinfoinlanlM; hut,, di,. .,|ioii, .lit..t

1 I TooTHACHE 1 I CA\: /NTNFEELUT T 0-f qS; ? { _____ I C.O ANY FARTHER M3Y ELECTRIC lire I In iiiiknnwn unit, roHlitonrD claim nf hy ffut'h, thruiiich nf whoiit, r o

\' --- under| I h. known clvfoiidiiiitu' notiirtof .'
LIGHT'I thprri I Tluir Ih..rif IM no .person In
r 1 Ihn Main of Klorl'lit I the mirvlm' 1tNuhpoen1
U I uiin whom, would, hind
.1 alt'"her' of Nal'l 1 defendants, unit \It.lt.1I1I..t
> lii.iiilry' him hunn Mr.mncut., !
t by flpfinfiit' to anr tutu I the ,
ages, auA: r..ldenr: of each ::r:: 4
\"Si- f .1..h."I."I.. Mini that the lam ant
u horeln miM-lflm, a* particularly cc
.J known tu dr|>uii.ni.
r
I ( Mt That the .land. involved In 15,15
; cult In, the Want. half ot HnutliwvKtnimrtiT ,
} of Niirlhiant quarter end
Ninth half of Northwest. 4""l't. and ,
r N.Mitlnmnt iUrtrr| nt NurlhwoCiiart
<| ..r and Yr.'"1.,1 Hotithwr
r iiunrlrr all In Hrvtlnn 2'1 I. Tnwnnhop.
7 Kniilh. !Kanno, ill Kant: .xrryt<
therefrom 101.; all la llrudford
A county Klnrlilu.
A. t5 j x.45C That the relief .UKht In al4.
0 suit In f(1reclusur.) uf tnortiraiv liens
by pnmplalnant[ over. the Halt' hinds'
and 1 mralrmt' th. In'|.r..t of ..ach .(1
.r..t/.Lnt.. / tlirrvln.
It I I. th r.r..r. ordt.ru! that the
i mi. 1.1 ".t..I..I.. and each of them
and their helri' ., dwvlnwuM, irrantevi,
..r..h.. C Mc M' and all other rlalmnnlri. ( by through
..r under such of them. .
t and
.. 0.. ... hereby. raiiulml to appear* b.for are.
Lh. atiov .ntltlnil ,,court on the .
: 51'TIEET" 1 L. F. Van Zelm / iliir vf l>'.hruary, A. I'l in '.

THE MAIN THING ON MAIN By you bill uf'In ruinplalpt the attorn. now cntltlrrl on file raua oiri. .

the Hra.lforJ County lavraph.. A
r n wiiiap| >"r published In Iirailfor4
ntily Buzz GENTLEMEN, MY LATBST WVEMTiON I 14 TwE 'IOC$ BURGLAR ALARM' Q I Uounty. Vlurlil. In hereby ilenliriiat. *
Id
I a the newspaper In whlrh thl.
; FOB use; OH BANKS AND OTUE.Q;'' HOLDUP PtACCSTa l r- order. shall b. puhll.h.il one a
MAN 4TQEET'C ( week. fur 4 rooieciillvii w.rk. >.

.. tQ1 u;TG HEVSPAPEttOEtXJCES ILLU5TBATC IwS/ VOCttlNa:' (T 1MI3 INt/CrfTiOM\ 1 WILL USE r0Q A kln W Un.aa .Juilar.. the "of.."the"ratll.-ahov. Z.named Ad.

BUQO.AB ruMMy C&) -MMO 14 SAijtwa' BASS o= "INOO\1/ (B). TME V BQALOfy4 court. and the aital. ot Kiilil' Court, In
th' ('It)' of Mlark Hr.Ufur.l. County,
INVENTION : OF4C cA\I'NG k /' CAUSE BOTTLE Cf OkOLAMliy{ (.eX.AT. NC-w T.PROOUC' riorlilu."" : thl. 31>t day. of Uoc.inb..>, l

INSURANCE RATEST. IHG OOU3)) Tb FALL FROM HELP CDr) BOTTLS 'SHZIKE, BURGLAR: ;M "'I AD.CUT' f l YNf ILL oatea.rOO Oe,6 TAIL A, u. mg. O W. At-DKHJ/AN.
Tuft BANK ,
t Tw6; TtMC, GOOD DOSE 61E BAnK 1 Clerk Circuit Court, lirixlford
EDISCal SMITNI T+4 QTortS; Wf.AT CAME GiViNO MM A RIGHT NOW ,'gSAL) founty, P'lorld.4/ "
gOV' ThI PflbQad0) 1m : f MR. SM17N :'. hi.: KNK1IIT }I. V. KNIU11T.

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ALL IfMrt .& JEELQY! OFFKERC'lIMO I't! etEEfe4G ON t COOP OF JAIL BECAU9C OF MOT T+AkESwitATo4Eti / the day. 4tb afar day dalh of February*r.ut .l".tl.to-I'"t i A.: i

I *** wauj S54 ). HE OU; JtS 15 STUNNED BUQCLAQ, CCVlVtS ..1M. A' lrland Kial, Admlnletralrl of t a
of W M.
** AUBM vil. GET 201en HIM IF HE VA BCEAKING INTO B M"' 1UC (BCCdLAQ HAVMS 7 I: will present my vouchers llarrtll. aDd dea t...1 1 '

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RATS. CBCEQft t-i autG t tit t CANNOT: u..A LIE -/ AM tdg GUILTY MAN. J, r Uarillnr Count, Florida. Cottnty, and Judf..k of for Bradford lit* ap ,
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BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARKE. FLORIDA. ,, FRIDAY, JANC.tny
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.' tance.--Palmetto News Each now could buy it, thousands of, peopleIn I schoolmasters, Vermont need it. BOY SCOUT: ACTIUTIE8; '-"

County Telegraph holds a position of ctate-wide Im-I our own country are actually Let others praise the Green OF LJtLI.'IJ1ofr.

.l From Other Pens 1 portance and is rendering service hungry. What is the matter with Mountain boys of 133 years ago,, !
Gaines- the Great Engineer-the man who T. N. Limbaugh I
benefit.
1' Established 1877 of state-wide but give your attention to the boysof ot[agebe.
li ville News. We meant positionsfor fed millions of starving Belgians the Green Mountains of today., a teacher in the Junior S

Entered as Second Class I Starke breaks into the big time which the whole state votes. -Punta Gorda Herald.Transferred. school, was
Published Weekly on Fridays and .. Your aim Is to teach these boys to I recently (elected
-o--
News.Inverness &cthi
at the Post Office at Starke, FloridaE. news. A horse ran away with a Palmetto ihoot where they aim. and not to I Scoutmaster and will )k gU
Matter wagon down Call street the other -o-- shout about the aim of their fath- duties Nov. 1st. h10

S. Matthews __ ______ .________ ,Owner and PublisherJ. day.-Times-Union. man suggests a tax (St. Petersburg News.) ers' granfathers. He plane to enlist men to
Editor of four cents on each gallon of The flush of youth was on her as scoutmasters Bert I
_______ Managing -oAs -- Better be with a future and to
C. Robinson _______ ----------- : kerosene for school purposes, which cheeksIts Japan troops In
unappreciative as a tourist : than Greece with a past. Make it arranging program
to remark thai
leads the Chronicle fires flashed In her eyes, creating new *
Interest :
and unaccommodating better worth while to be aboveground RU'I
as a
aa
SUBSCRIPTION RATE will be the only oil
oil then '
castor And the emotions of her soul, charge of the Boy
native. Waycross (Ga.) Journal- than under ground. Scout club
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taxed.. Leave the amount of of Ib,
in Advance not Let me her heart surprise. school, and Is
Yearly, $1.50; Six Months, 75c-Payable Herald tax on castor oil to a committee The aim of the school today Is and giving the boys,
Rates on ApplicationTax -0- to give power to do things rather games scouting actlvltie.!
After
t Advertising of children.-Starke Telegraph. Beneath the moonlight on the they may take back Iii'
to
Common sense is not as com- which the price of this delicacy bayUnder than merely to recite about people In addition to their troop,

mon as it should be.-Starke Tele- ( ?) would be prohibitive.-Inverness the sheltering palms, who used to do things. his qua.utsu.
Scout
gasoline is called a "painless tax. Better make a dead language as executive, he hold i,
on graph. And horse sense Is Just Chronicle.
I pressed a kiss upon her lips Red Cross life !
alive than a live language dead. saving examin\
about aa scarce as horses.Inverness "
0-
o And took her in my arms. certificate and
Chronicle. Teach for prosperity. Better recently condo
kiss the Starke
Florida Fair on the air next Tuesday. Defining a a class in life saving.
than
The South goes prosperity without a vocation
u "A kiss is a -
Telegraph says: peculiar And as the waves laved the sand- The above will be
o Starke breaks into the big time proposition. It is of no use to shore vocation without prosperity.The friends of Interest I
the of ,
news. A horse ran away with a one, absolutely bliss for two; the school must help boys and Mr Limbaugh, 'lit,,|
She heaved a sobbing sigh
Thin I is the end of the first lap after the holiday season. wagon down Call street the other small boy gets it for nothing, the And plead: "Oh, give me Just one grills to do things, and must help is a former Starke;a-boy

0- day.-Times-Unldh. Must have young man has to steal it, the old moreO them into chances to do things Panama City- -

gone Stark mad.-St. PetersburgNews. man has to buy it. It is the lover's I shall surely die". rather than to teach them'how to Tire Co., Joimson-um
,+ t Taxation has always been a problem and will remain so. privilege, the Baby's right, the do things that they will never havea building between opened Austin item, here

,__,, _, ,, __ -0-- hypocrite's mask, the marriedman's chance to do. Bantu
-- ii r O n r n j j TIThe The blush of rouge had left her agency and Hughes
filling ]
, Starke Telegraph informs us I'' duty, a young girls faith cheeks- Teach them to go ahead rather taUt

arch on road thirteen near'IIighland needs dressing that Miss Turnipseed is county and an old maid's charity." And From eyes, the fires depart; than to watch out lest somebody

v ul;. agent of Carroll county Mississippi. j evidently' 'paragrapher's' inspiration I ware the blush upon my sleeve bumps Into them from. behind. netter '-
.-Times-Union. Not send a' locomotive after thfe:
promising -Apopka Chief.
I The fire within my heart.
o becauso you "can't get blood" out|, t o ..'I '-0- headlight down a clear track thanto FLORIDATHEATRE I
have income of a turnip. .St. Petersburg News.' tfe content to sit on the rear .
Anyway, newspaper men never to worry over I Strangers -are abroad in the Our' Unemployment Problem
-0'-_ 'j platform swinging a red lanternfor
tax blanks. I land. EVery Hay) they accost you (Lake Worth Herald.)
'y Sincere prohibitionists hope that on the ''street or knock on your Governor Carlton has expressedthe fear somebody will run into

o this country will soon be as dry as door and either try to sell you opinion that the state of Florida you.The GAINESVILLE, FLA.

We still have the guys who believe'whiskey. is good for the Congressional Record..--Starke something or beg a few dimes. It should "go as far as its finances new aim of the school shouldbe

influenza-if they can get the latter. Telegraph. But can they accom- is best to give a down-and-outer a will permit" In pushing pub- to secure real efficiency both

plish the impossible Macclenny meal rather' than money, and under lic works, especially in completing routine. and in emergency father Program Week Jan M
0-- Press should than in marking dull time in In-
no circumstances you
necessary highways, as a contri-
One exchange's definition of a man hater is a woman ----0---- I buy from a house-to-house peddler.Get bution toward the national movement efficiency. Cut out the suckers that
unsuccessful. See Plant City has made the "ob what need from home sap the life of the subject and the TODAY
whose man hunt has been you your to relieve unemployment. The
? long pint" its official container for interest of the child.
I merchants and don't give your chief executive figures that If this
r o strawberries. The same container, Graft life into old I
to a stranger-Wauchula, new subjects Otis Skinner
money be done it will give employment to
", ; The most impressive silence is to be found around weigh- has been "standard" under the Vol Advocate. thousands by encouraging capitalto rather than be a grafter on the
stead act for several I' time-honored In
yearsbutnot
system.
ing machines-when a woman steps off. -0Congressman Invest In industries.
for strawberries. Leesburg The aim of culture is to r
new
I. Lex Green must be The governor could render the "KISMET"With
4 o Commercial. planning to move down into the know how to read the right thing
state no greater service than by
The Wickersham report on prohibition is similar to buying -- I.I.0 first district the way he is sendingout right rather than merely to read
Y,. putting his plan into action. While, a GANG ('OIEJSP': '",||
t sham liquor in a wicker-wrapped bottle. Now that the railroad commis- publicity stuff to papers in this as he says, this state Is not noted any old thing a right way.
sion is starting a war on one-eyed Culture is the of
section or he on graceful doing
-- maybe figures
o for its bread lines, soup houses, or
trucks and buses that come underIts that congreas-man-at-large Job. graceful things, not the doing of SATURDAY
demands the for
legislature
It must get cold in) some of the states north of here, the jurisdiction, we hope, the au- Leesburg Commercial. Or something relief for upon the hungry, the unem- disgraceful things in a gracefulway.
'
;4 way they are drinking anti-freeze mixtures. thorities will take up the private bigger. Have you noticed ployment situation in Florida is nota I "'NAUGHTY FLIRT"With

0 cars that roam likewise.'Leesburg that he pays postage on such mat subject to be treated lightly. We There Is no virtue In the part or

Commercial. ter, using his franking privilege have it, all right only it is not so grace of saying or doing anythingthat
w In an exam a student said indigestion was caused by trying -0- only for real official business- ,acute as in other states better not be said or done.

to make a square meal fit a round stomach. The state road department Is to Gainesville News. 'Tis being said Although Florida has hundredsand The new aim of education makes Robert Agnew, Alice
be commended for is promptnessIn is at the for character.
our aiming
congressman hundreds of miles of good
) o asking for bids on highway No. governorship; but he 'is saying roads the highway systetm is not The young man who has no White, Myrna Loy
Unemployed men in Philadelphia are marching upon 28 projects. And state road No. I
nothing and sawing wood a-plenty. trustworthy character to take out
completed, and if the state road department -
in 28 association is to be I of the Added-MUKey Aloimi* Cartoon||
Washington join the unemployed congress. congrntulat.1,-Lake City'Gazette. has funds in hand or an- university should have writ
ed upon the success I ten across the face of his diplomaIn Comedy
)- ----o- ticipated this year that can be usedon
Palatka Dally News. next session of the Florida scarlet letters "Poison."
The
new work, now Is the time to
Old timers this winter has been the worst in 40 years.
say -- I Ia legislature will be watched closelyby spend the money. Find out what Is worth aimingat

And we're looking for the best spring in 40 years. Levy county, says the Bradford an Interested and somewhat determined The highway board, at its meet- ; aim at it; then hit that at Monday & Tuesday"IIELIJ'S

o County Telegraph, ships hogs by public. The member of ing in Tallahassee last week, gave which you aim -A. S. Winship.
the carload. We've had experiencewith that body who does not make a -0j1JG- ANGELS"With
indication that the 1031 budget to
What out for tax for good roads comes back
you pay gas many of them on the road
sincere effort to do the right thing be adopted at the Ocala meeting in
to you in a great part in savings on repairs and fuel. and are glad to to know where by his constituents will be doomed. February, will provide for the expenditure

o some of them come from Thanks, Even ,the smooth game of politics of considerable sums on { l ]II Ben Lyon James Hall
J. C.-Sebring American. ,
will not belp him it can not
;
J A Tacoma, Wash., couple, after years of saving, amassed. ....0_ road work. With the governorand
Harlow
be played successfully in his Inter- the highway board in accord, Jean
I 450 pennies and spent 'em all for a marriage license. The speakership for the new est. The Sun.N ews believes some citizens have good, grounds to be Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Thompson

o I house of representatives has only good work will,,be done for Floridaby encouraged over the summer out Lawtey, girl, Jan 26. The greatest air epic of the

; As one exchange puts it, one thing we learn from experience Gulf two candidates.county and Peter Clay Tomaselloof Lewis of Its representatives In both look. Mr. and Mrs. Zary Crawford, ages. The multi-million dollar
houses, not because members will ,
--0--- Starke
boy Jan. 23. production
r is! that we seldom learn anything from experience. Okeechobee. We hear throughthe be afraid of rebuke, but rather be- Bridge, Aa She la tt rltten Mr. and Mrs. E. H Carter, Law- I
-- grape-vine telegraph that Clay the need of whole-
cause they see
o tey, girl, Jan. 27.
(Tarpon Springs Leader)
has the inside track. -Marlanna
World War Veterans want their. bonus certificates in Floridan. some law enactment, and the repeal At her beautiful home In_____. Mr. and Mrs. Horace Padgett, WEDNESDAY

cash. And it would be a wonderful stimulant to business gen- -0- of certain laws that are DeLand nowa street, _______.!___. evening Mrs Graham, boy, Jan. 27.
detriment to the state.-
: Strawberry buyers of Plant City ____?_?_ was a most charming Mr. and Mrs. Andy Rhoden "The Bat JVlzispers"The
SunNews.It
erally. Hampton, Jan. 26
girl
have the hostess when she entertained with
adopted 36-plnt oblong
r, o container as the standard package --e _____.__ tables of bridge. The exquisite eLantanaFlorida Supreme mystery drama
Would Be Funny
;, Sebring News printed in its want ad column last week a for berries -- Bradford County rooms of this lovely old Power & LightCo. Based on the play and screenssilent
What would happen If some of home were thrown ensemble (a la purchased municipal light and "
I Bat
version of "The
owl. Should be to the imitation ; Telegraph. Hardee county grow-
for stuffed secure
request a easy power plant and distribution ,
I era have been using the oblong pint the most common advertising slogans carte or table d'hote,) the _______ sys-
of a pickled one. for several years.-Wauchula Ad became mixed: and white colors of her native, tem.Winter
? o 'vocate. Onyx Hoslery---"Be8t In the long state:._._______, being delightfully HavenLargest citrus 10c-&-50c

run." carried out with .........___ and packing house in world opened
t This section is approaching the season of fly-by-night -o- Otis Elevators- -'Good to the here.
Those Headline ----------------
r, merchants (1)( ) with stocks of merchandise they will sacrifice last' drop."" At the end of the usual number ....-- -- -- ___-.
-------------- -v
r4 at 500 per cent profit. Here's Jlorebout Klaxon-"Mis''master's voice. whatever they are) of progressionsthe ,

Q . Ford-"-"I. walk. a mile for a Cam lovely tallies of _.-_.._.--. r I
;E NOT MITCH el." were totaled and Mrs. _________
Two radio fans had their inning when Rudy Valle ap- . \ Fatlma-"I's In town, honey." found to have high score. She was ',: I

peared "in person" and started crooning. They disposed of Continued From Page One Ivory Soap-"There's: a reason." rewarded for her marvelous play- .to I

-Contributed to a suffering world Llsterine-"What a whale of a ing (and lucky bidding and choiceof . I
in the most effective manner.
over-ripe grapefruit
: some very by the Gainesville Daily Sun.o difference Just a few cents make!" partners) by a most perfect por- l Ii
i
Vti 0 - Palmolive "Forty-fourth year trait of Jack Dempsey, done in oil. i; v II

A drunken driver in Atlantic City crashed through a i Florida, through her representatives without loss to an Investor" Mrs. ...__...__, charming house

t plate glass window and was thrown head first into a barrel of is making a strong bid for B. V. D.-"Ask the man who guest of Mrs. _____.____, received ) I
the southern branch home for dis- owns one." second prize, a delicious_________,
; r pickles. Adding Insult to injury he was fined for spoiling a abled veterans. With the unparalled Cunard-"It floats" also receiving the guest prize of a

perfectly good barrel of pickles. advantages this state has to -Exchange.o bewitching pair of .-__.......

offer the matter would be soon set- --o- Mrs. __________, wife of the distinguished -
l o
tled if, as Congressman Green sug- took 18 months, a half mil- _...__!.__ Of ____..... lt
without the license tags are
Most all automobilists new gests, the decision were left to a lion dollars and over 110,000 words was consoled for her poor luck at

honest enough to acknowledge it is because abbreviated ,vote of the veterans.-Perry News. for the Wickersham "fact finding" cards (and her rotten playing and

r finances, but an Orlando lawyer advanced a new one. It's because -o----- commission to tell president con- absolute ignorance of the rules)
Farmera get as many good gress and the people not a thing with an attractive and captivating

ti they didn't abbreviate the word "Florida. breaks as anyone else. City guys more than ,they already knew _-_____.... of wrought Iron, surmounting -

; -0 -- i unable to buy a new car, tag can- about prohibition and law enforcement a pretty, dainty, sweet

Democrats and Republicans take their politics seriouslyin not hitch up the old mule for temporary as related to prohibition. Nota and lovely..-??___

relief. ,idea Refreshments of _____
I transportation single new was presented delicious
Palm Beach being killed in an argumentover
West one man Starke Telegraph. Old Dobbin sure nothing new In the way of a solu- were served with _?_____. and I
AI Smith and Hoover. Smith and Hoover are both good does come In handy. But then tion offered. The same number of (grade A whipped cream-the

w Americans, but the two of them together are not worth a Shank's Mares can be put Into use Intelligent men and women, picked light-by the way the price Is offa

killing. If necessary, you know.--Jasper up at random in Punta Gordaor little) .____.___.__ by the most ..tr'

News. any other town would have charming hostess, assisted by___. .
I. I
a o _o brought in Just about the same re- ------- .
Publicity funds of Starke and Bradford county should Chairman Eugene S. Matthewsof port Its conclusions being based (Note to society ed. You may use a "iJYr

the Florida Railroad Commis- on public opinion and conditions as all or part of this. It will help
be used in advertising the new route from Lake City to St.
sion he is now but to all the press they exist. The country Is no bet- fill your page.)
Augustine via Starke. This should be done in cooperationwith fellows who knew him aa editor ter or worse off as a result of the -o-- This Young Man Has a

other interested counties, and the same applies when and publisher of the Starke Tele- commission's work, and things will New Alma In Education

graph he will, remain just 'Gene rock along Just as they have been (Melbourne Times.)
made
road 28 is completed through to Palatka and connection Right to Be Proud
Matthews. And an excellent and rocking along for several years to New times require new alms. I
with state road three. dignified chairman 'Gene, who was come.-Punta Gorda Herald. An aimless education Is merelya Ii

o once speaker of the house of representatives r.o--- foundling by the wayside. i

will make.-St, Petersburg What has happened to the Great The accidental hitting of stray
is be aside
Gasoline tax paid on fuel for airplanes to set Building substantial I
Times. Eng1n er-th".man who won fameas. game la no credit to a marksman.It up savings
for use in constructing\ landing fields: under a .recommendation -o- steward to the Belgians during Is the hitting of the thing account dollar by dollar takes real

f to be made to the next legislature. That part used by The newspaper boys and girlsare the ,world :wart' ''By feeding* the you aim at that I counts' and not grit, real tenacity. The chap who'' I

motor boats will likely be asked for lmpro\t nt of inland tickled pink because Eugene ;'home<"'peoplsMon! "'corn ,and wheat the blundering shot of the musket SAVES not only invests his
S. Matthews has been appointed bran l cutting down the dally sugar you carry over your shoulder. mon
waterways, and we suggest the tax on gasoline used by farming chairman of the railroad commission I ration taft pinch and other such Shooting backwards accidentally ey with perfect safety, but builds I

.; machinery be set' aside: in a stump-dynamiting' of Florida. The newspaper I method( btf waai able to feed the or purposely is not creditable. Fac- character as well, Act now-
oFlorida's folks are a solid unit behind him Begiana all right 'and is entitled ing your game and bringing down savin open
and know him for his real worth to whatever credit Is due for that; the game you are after is real a account with us today.
advises' tax collectors to
general
attorney levy
and that It sure some help to.this but with the-.greatest surplus of sport.
UH] >n those carl: going out of one county to another to be as- floe gentleman and efficient state wheat and other food products the Look where you go and go where

officer.-Leslie Geor&e.In Perry country has ever had..we read of you have been nor go where you BANK OF STARKEAN

#prattice : News. an entire.Arkansas family, ImpoVferishad used to be. '

---Ol i i_i i by the, drought walking Aim. Aim this minute at game
'' and in reality is,nothing but'defrauding 3"F is-county out ol will bet dolltfW to 'doughnuts the highway,,hungry. hauling aU that I* now in sight,, : NOR ROLL BANK

I taxes needed'for county purposes, for bond"issues 'and for. that State.Congressman Leji Green and their worldly possessions in a little The schoolmasters need this In E. sjMatth, >: Pres. B. J. Davfs..CubJer
i schools. Senator King bave their eyeson exprep wagon. With more food junction. The schoolmasters of

a position of state-wide import than others can buy, or use If they New England' seed it,.' and the


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