Group Title: Bradford County Telegraph.
Title: Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Uniform Title: Bradford County Telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke, Fla.
Starke Fla
Publication Date: February 6, 1931
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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Bibliographic ID: UF00027795
Volume ID: VID04797
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 33886096
alephbibnum - 000579551
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electronic_oclc - 60662535
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$JO() Standing Reward For KrfuM Effort to Be Made to fliu-n FlvStut ,,, .
SPEAK Itlitok Creek Forest! AHuorlatlonPromote
N TO I I{" Ing Into High School Duval Top List With Dude Second Institution on Self. I TO LOCATE MILLI I, a "(letTogether"Meeting. Consider Pace

I And Hlllsborough In Sustaining Basis I

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RESS CONFAB:I Board met Feb. 2, In regular see Members of the board of com I I Mill Owner Ulll Likely I i On Friday, January 30, at 2 p. I Petition Again

slon with all members present. I Assessed valuation of property missloncrs of state institutions at Move, Stain l Mill to Site Her ''m. the Black Creek Forest Protec- I II f fEyes

Minutes read Ij.nd'approved.. I' In Florida declined 6.19 per cent tended a quarterly meeting wit) I I tltve Association held a barbecue I Ii

The matter of exchanging $10,,- during 1030, figures compiled from superintendents of the five stat I The Business Men's Club of i i and picnic for the. residents in and
of State and Nation to WatchUcclNlon
L I Stecting: of Florida Press 000.00 of Winter Carden bonds for the tax rolls by Ernest Amos, institutions at Raiford Thursday Bradford county met at MagnoliaCafe i i surrounding the Black Creek Unit.

{satins, Opens In Gainesville like amount was discussed and the state comptroller show. The total' In addition to the members of Monday. A large number of :I! It was ,a Jolly "Cet-to 'ether" and on ration.Tallahassee Motor. TruckOpe

lay, of Next Week for Tw superintendent instructed to secure valuation reached $575,753,318, as the governor's cabinet who made, the Interested business and professional I everybody appeared to enjoy it. -

the Information necessary to compared to the total of $013,814, the trip, Mrs. Agnes Bremer, sec men of the county being :I There was an estimated attendA.nce3
fi, Session.. be able to decide to exchange. I Feb. 2.--Eyes of the
as 110 of 1929. retary of the board, and W. C. present. 350: people Including, men, wom-

President- -Nate E. Reece, Moved by Moore and seconded by;; The 1930 roll calls for paymentof i Thomas, purchasing'' agent wen After .enjoying a splendid dinner : -, en and children. state, and probably the nation, will

SurrenCy that the board of publi state taxes of 8054317.72 present from Tallahassee o at the cafe the following 'mat.; The board of public instruction be on the state railroad commission

of the Arcadian at Arcadia Instruction of Bradford county will 'county taxes of $18,200,667.95;;;;: Plans for making th.'instltu!; ters were dealt with: Mr. B. A. Kennedy, chairman, kind- Wednesday. when It again will

the details of the program pay $100.00 for evidence to convict district school taxes, $9,613,494.35;;: lions self-supporting were consld On motion of Senator E. M. ly consented to declare a half-holiday consider the application of H. T.

e forthcoming annual meet the party or parties that broke i a special bonded district school ered at this conference. Repre Johns, a committee was appointedby for the occasion, for those Pace, Jacksonville!, for a permitto
window and entered the Bradford the president of the club, Col. operate a motor truck line between *
Florida Press Asaocia taxes, $1,066,214.55; special road sentatives attended from the state school on the unit. The children
the tw High School building Jan. 21, 1931or district taxes 3006434.76 r Ever hospital for Insane at Chattahoochee A, S. ,Crews, to meet with the turned out practically one hundred Jacksonville and. Tallahas

|in Gainesville, lasting who ever shall in future break] I the boys' Industrial school at* state road department at Ocala, per cent. '
glades drainage $796, 30.69 see.It
Friday and Saturday, Feb and enter this building the sam and other taxes, 238482408. ;;: Marlanna the girls' Industrla relative to the State Farm road, Rev. G. A. Prevatt of Middle- was the Pace case which

amount will be paid for evidence and also other matters of Interestto brought; the recent supreme court
13 and H.opening' Real Estate Decreases school at Ocala, the farm colony burg, who directed the entertainment f
to convict. at Gainesville and the this section of the state. decision reversing a ruling of, the '
day ,of the pros: Real estate shows a 6.05 per cent state peal performed a most creditablejob.
Bills for the month were audited This committee was composed of state railroad commission! and up-
tentiary. lie carried the along
will be the final day of i decrease with a valuation of $441- program '
Ing and paid. Personal the following: Senator B. M. Johns, without delay and his witty remarks hoMIng the position of established
750,524. I to-
rat Institute of Inter-Ameri- There being no further business, property H. C. Wall. E. S. Matthews, L. were enjoyed by the people. rail lines against the invasion of
taled at $767,044.70 which Includes
Rain marking the twenty the board adjourned to meet the taxation of automobiles. Welfare Association Wyman and H. V. KnightIt Ranger H. J. Malsberger had motor lines..

anniversary of the establish i first Monday In March.A. Railroad and taxation Held Session Tuesdat was moved, seconded and carried charge of the races. These were The railroad commission grant

of the University of Florida J. Griffls, Secretary. had the greatest telegraph decrease due to i -, that a committee be appoint. run off speedily and with the men, ed Pace a certificate of .convenience
'will Tuesday, ed to meet with the council and and necessity to operate a
Institute open rolling stock returned for The Starke Welfare Associatloi women and children eagerly enterIng -
ary 10, running through to PEDDLERS TO The being roll calls for $66958,424 assessment ,- met on Tuesday afternoon at i 3 bring to their attention the offer of Into the races. This list of motor truck service between Jacksonville -

following Friday afternoon I or 8.71 cent less than o'clock at St. Marks rectory anc Mr. Smith of Watertown, to locate races, prizes and prize winners are and Tallahaiiaee. The 4

ary 13. PAY LICENSE I In 1929.. per discussed plans for future work. his mill at this place and Interest as follows: Cftna was taken to the supreme
the council In to locate the court by the Seaboard Air Line
Mrs W. F Jones was appointed 25 yd. dash, children 6-8 years--
Duval the
Press Program The city council met Februar; county largest mill at this point. This committee railroad company and the Railway
chairman of Relief Committee. 25c cash, Katherine Quigley
o'clock the 3 in regular session with all members valuation of $77,683,078, with Dade of the H. E"press: Inc* The railroad
rUng off at 9 number of useful articled. were donated was composed following: I 50 yd. dash, boys 8-14 years- Agency
ng of the thirteenth the dele present. Minutes of the las county coming second and Hills- at this meeting.''. C. Wall, J. M. Mitchell, J. E. Cor- box pencils, Bruce Fullerton communion countered with a

meeting, expect meeting were read! and approved.A borough third. Leon county I is pening,. C. A. Knight and E. M. claim that the supreme court had
to the press valued at I Efforts will be made to have estate 50 yd. dash, boys and men 14 and
number more than one hun committee from the Business welfare worker to address Johns. upwatch, Lucien Davis. no jurisdiction.The .

will be the guests of the Ine Men's Club, advised the council e the association at the next, meetingon Secretary Instructed to write 25 yd. dash girls 8-14 years" supreme court's decision

of Inter-American Affair that a Mr. W. P. Smith was desirous HEARING FOR TWO IN Tuesday the 10th inst.. at the letter of appreciation to the state box pencils, Mildred Gay. overruled the commission's con-

auditorium. of establishing a stave mil GBOCERY HOLDUP DELAYED road department, thanking them tention of no jurisdiction and ,
e University rectory. It Is the wish of the association 25 yd. dash, girls and women 14
> general topic that morning; in Starke and the committee also to enroll every man and for their interest in road No. 28, and up--box of handkerchiefs, Irene quashed the commission's order

lie) 'The Place of the Press In requested the council to exempt thi Gainesville, Feb. 4. -- Prelimi- woman in Starke. and also other projects in this Moody. granting the Pace permit.
mill nary hearing for Bill Wilmot, Valdosta section. The opinion, written by
of Inter-Ameri said from personal propertytax majority
icvetopment) While conditions are not no bA.das Hack race, men and boyspock-
and Linton House, Stockton, meet Justice mislead! Brown discussed
to ,
e for a term of years.A Meeting\ adjourned on
!faire In other towns, it In well to et knife, Willie Hick.
otable array of speakers wil motion was made and duly Ga., charged with robbery of a prepared for any emergency I Feb. 16, 1931, at the usual place.REFUSESSTAY Three-legged race, men and boys at length the Invasion of motor ]

J la the topic, the list including carried to exempt the proposed grocery store here, was postponed A financial report will be made necktie for each; Harold Norrls, transportation companies Into the J

nationally-known figures as stave mill from personal propertytax today until February 10. through the press aa well as a report .j Sheldon Kemp. field formerly occupied, by the rail
The preliminary had been set for carriers. It held that motor butt
of five
editor of for a period years.A
b L Jones, foreign of work accomplished. Hog calling contest for mt"DCOlln11 -
this afternoon.No FORMER ORDER truck lines should not be granted
Association, Dr petition was filed with the or
'nitcd Members enrolled to date are aa fire rake, J. F. Conway
of Rot council, same being signed by a date was set for the pf rliml- permits to operate parallel to
Iton Holt, president follows: Mrs. G. P. Raymond; Mrs. Potato rare for women and girls
Grattai majority of the stores In nary hearing of B. C. Owens, Lake I Court Det'llnpH; to ('hunge established railroad lines where tho
College and Henry grpcery C. A. Futch. Mrs. W. E:. Middleton, SI1Ir..m"| !> broom, Doris Wainwright
Butler, who police said, confessed rail lines. fully and! adequately j
Unl the city, requesting'the council: to Action In IntrrMtutn Log
ot George Washington Mrs. J. M. Alvarez, Mrs. K.: 3.,Matthews : Hall throwing contest: for women
to stealing an automobile here the I the requirements of the pub
of Pan have put into effect the ordinance ItUtPH serve
:y,, editorial director Mrs. S. L. Peek. Mrs. Coo and girls- handbag, Mary Starling -
same night and also Is held for lie In the
,lean Magazine. requiring peddlers of green groc- nelia Long, Mrs. O. 1.. Haynes,, .
In cries and country produce to questioning about.the grocery rob- Feb. 2.The su- Now Pace has med a new application
journmcnt will take place pay Mrs. Frank Hooverr JAtf.: d. M.. Washington, Following the races very Interesting
tor lunch in the University a city license. Same was ordered bery. I SlHtrunk Mrs. Florence Canova,, preme court today refused to stay upet-rheti ware made by the with the state commission -
I The robbers fled the city after and the matter will be heard
the its order effect to Its decls'-
that giving
Ions Cafeteria so Mrs. W. F. Jones Mrs. O. W. [.ow. following men: Mr. G. A. Prevatt,
WINS the holdup, engaged in a running ton of 5, netting aside In- along with a number of other applications -
;>g newspaper people may FORSYTII ry, Mrs. W. J. Epperson, Mrs. A. January Stale Forester Harry Leo! Bayer,
fight with Live Oak police, : at a public hell ringWednea.IIiY.
a first-hand view of the stu OVER VINZANT gun E. Wall, Mrs. LeRoy Hemingway. trastate rates which, the Interstate Mr. Geo. L. Spurlln. County Judge I
I wounded Lake while .
a City youth
body In action at lunch time< commerce commission had Imposed Geiger, Mr. N. C. Wainwright and .
passing through there, and then in .
handles on logs shipped points
H. J.
now the University Ranger Malsberger.
Gainesville Feb. 3.-Vasco For eluded officers at Jasper. LOCATES HAKE'S MOTh ER:
Florida.I Messrs. Will June and W. A.
immissary problem. syth, the "Pride of Bradford." of JACKSONVILLE HOYS

free Planting Ceremony; county may add the title. the TRUSTEES HOLD Through hospital records In I Florida panning and several on the shippers appeal. of Mends of Hampton for must share be of congratulated the- ON ROintlNG TOUR
a large
"Pride of Alachua" county to his ROUTINE SESSION Gainesville Deputy Sheriff Johnsonof
a great event of Friday after logs In that state protesting success of the picnic. They had --
will be an imposing tree fighting cognomen after his great Hampton, located the mother against the commission's order the charge of barbecuing the meat and llrruk Into Humpton Htore Refers ;
10 round win over Jimmy Vinzant The board of bond trustees of and relatives of the baby abandoned court found the order of Arrest In Gulnmvllln
on the Univer supreme delicious barbecue.
ng ceremony semi of Jacksonville last night in the Bradford county, met February 3, at a Hampton Hotel Sunday, the commission had not been prepared a -
campus. Twenty-one Club's weekly boxing show. with all 25th: and the pair acknowledged Home very flattering were
City regular session mem- January statement of
basedupon a proper Gainesville, Feb. 2.-A telephone
tal trees will be planted, rep heard as to the quality of the beef.
The fight was practically settled bers present. Minutes of the last leaving the Infant toNight ;
ting each of the American re facts, and suspended It. The contributors to this picnic call at 4 o'clock this morning
l and North in the first round, when Forsyth meeting were read and approved. 1 there when faced with the facts The Atlantic Coast Line and the Desk Sergeant Spencer, of
LS, South, Central were the J. C. Penney-Gwlnn Corp.
dropped Vinzant twice for the Only routine matter were hand Deputy Johnson had uncovered.The .
,'11 lights of this incident will Georgia public service which supplied 640 pounds of beef; the local police force, told him
e playing of the University of county of nine. Vinzant seemed led at this meeting and the board, Infant, will be returned to Its asked the court to hold up its The Budd Forests Inc., which supplied that the filling station operated I
unable to stop the Bradford coun adjourned to the next regular mother, the sheriff's office advised mandate until the commission the fairgrounds
W. S. opposite
Ja band and motion picturese coffee, rolls. sugar, cream by Terry
ty boy and took a terrifflc beatingIn meeting. Thursday. could fix new rates. been broken intoanal
ceremonies by some of the and Ingredients! necessary, to pre had just
the early stages of the fight. .
cold drinks and milk
"g news reels organizations. sensational pare a barbecue sauce: The BUck some
lowing(\ the tree planting Vinzant pulled a STAVE MILL ANEW Creek Forest Protective Association stolen and the culprits were seen

any will be a tour of the climax in the last two rounds and IMPORTANT ROADS-BRIDGES { INDUSTRY which supplied the!' prizes.. as they were leaving, heading toward

'rally campus, visiting Flor gave Forsyth plenty of opposition. .- the city In what was thoughtto
These two rounds were the only .
Field, the new satdium and rounds tho that Vinzant was any W. P. Smith of Watertown will LAWTEY HOLDSSPECIAL' be a Chevrolet could automobile.A not be located
la State Museum ending al THIS SECTION IN BUD GET patrolman
studio of WRUF, state and match for the hard hitting welter establish a stave mill here In the : ELECTIONA : quickly by the sergeant, so Spen
efforts of the ,
weight. very near future,
radio station.m rer decided to do a little policing
rally The final bout was without a'' Business Men's Club and other lo- special election has been call- himself and was rewarded a few

JI'1 5:15: : to 5:45: there/ is to be doubt one of Forsyth's best ex- Connecting Road Keystone 1It"lghteTo Union county line, 10 miles, $1;- cal parties interested In having the ed for Wednesday. Feb. 18th, for momenta later by arresting four

Florida newspaper program hibltiona of ring generalship ever Mflrone Provided In 842.50. Road 28, Union county, mill and site exempted from tax Lawtey citizens to vote for or I youcRit/ boys, near the Hotel Kelly
embers: of the State Press
shown In the local ring. Packed 1931 Budget Columbia county line to Lake Butter for a period of five years meeting against repeal of the present ordinance and driving a 1928 Chevrolet car.

[le elation who will presented with excitement and brought to a 9.14 miles, $26,888.42. with succeHH.. The site temporarily relating to stock roaming at The. boys gave their names OH

WRUF audiences by Walter of -sensational climax by the fighting In adopting Its 1931 budget, the Bridges under constructionRoad selected north of Tenth street on : large on the streets of that town. I Jimmie Musle, age 15: J. H. Hol-
I itherly, dean of the College Jacksonville boxer, 28, Union-Bradford counties the railroad owned by the Presbyterian Ordinance N 81 stockto
the finish of the state road department has provided [nerve and Journalism at the the fans certainly got plenty of for completion of the several New River bridge, 783 feet, $09. church A yearly rentalof be kept under fence within the I and II. M. Weeks, age 16 all of i

crdity of Florida., Each of action for the'evening's entertain- projects started last year In this 028.93. Road 48, Unlon-Bradforc $100 Is being asked for the four town limits, has been la force there Jacksonville, and they confessed

speakers will be alloted just ment. section of the state, on extensionsof counties. New River bridge, 71 lots, and as this amount Is considered for a number of years and lately I to stealing the automobile from In

(How minutes, at the microphone, e I' present roads and for constructing feet 7305471. excessive for the property, final there has been some agitation for I I' front of the Presbyterian churchat

h\ORK ON KOAI THIRTEEN of new projects. In making Grading under construction -. selection of a site will depend Its repeal. To settle the questionthe Julia and Church streets In

'sell I Kay, Tampa: "Some : PROGRESSES; REACH OTTER this budget at the January meet. 'Road 13, Nassau county, CallAhan upon negotiations to secure a more council at their meeting this Jacksonville, coming on to Hampton

'log Incidents In connection : CREEK WITH SURFACING I ing Tallahassee, the department to Yulee, 15.3O, 4143010.< Road reasonable rental. week decided to again put It to'a where they broke Into and rob

operating" a Clipping Bureau I made an estimate of Its resources 48, Bradford! county Starke to Rai Mr. Smith stated to the com- vote of the citizens:\ bed a grocery store and then the

Inrida Work on Road 13 is well under 'for this year which will be avail- ford, 11.78 miles, $21,180.71. mittee Interested In locating the ._-- Gainesville. robbery. The car was
f Oak
, Helfensteln.' Live vay and nearing completion according able for the construction and main- Contracts complete, final estimates mill here that he will probably em- FIRST SOLID OAK OKKKKKIES about half filled with groceriesthey

ivlties and Suggestions Con- to latest reports which tenance of roads, and made Its bud- due-Road 28, Bradford ploy thirty men at the plant at : UNDER: DRY ICE obtained In Hampton and]
log: Newspaper Work'" In state that rock has already been get to exhaust the estimated resources county, Starke to Clay county line,,, the start and additional men will Bradford county authorities cam

Northwest Florida. Clermont': aid to Otter Creek and this week of the department for 1931. 10.03 miles, 931771. be employed In cutting the timber Plant City, Feb.-.For the first over thin morning and took posaea

't-'F a M. Lochner, Kind- law the start from Otter Creek onto As usual, the department reserved Projects on first preferential Into block and hauling to the mill. time In the history of the straw- Ion of the groceries-
and University's
the Ellzey. estimated cash tem to be constructed--Road 28, .
10 percent of the' berry Industry here or anywhereelse Chief of Police Vestel stated this
operation. What you Have There have been a few delaysn for emergency work not Putnam-Flagler counties, San Ma- BETTY ROYD PLAYERS that would not be
, morning a case
known carload
no far as were a
rd_ Come for tomorrow's Ses- 'work on this project, but In Included In the budget. teo to Station 611, 11.16 miles, TO PLAY TONIGIITT of strawberries were moved made agalnut the boys In this. coun-

spite of much unfavorable weather The statement gives the estimated 33000000. Road 28, Putnam- wo.MAN'.s CLUB IU.DO. out under dry Ice last Thursday ty, but they would be returned to
.rl 1 "The
[ Lehmann, Orlando: several too : 560 feet
his winter and places resources as follows: Flagler counties, bridges, to local rail of- Jacksonville to answer to the
ds night
Florida Press Convention vet to build upon until after the Balance on hand $150,000.00. Road 28, Flagler The Betty Boyd Players wilt present ficials. The car which arrived here charge of stealing the automobile.

Press Breakfast at Orlando grade had been considerably raised,? Jan. 1 _._.._..$ 786.156.19Gasoline county Station 611 to Bunnell, one of their several plays to-' on the siding of the Seaboard earlier '
lee Next. time to settle down and 11.79 miles, 33100000. at the Woman's Club BuildIng -
ind given tax _______ 4500000.00 | night In the week, was loaded by It.
H. Andrews, Estero: 'Refor-" be packed, the progress has been. Auto license fund ___ 3100000.00 Project\ on second preferential on Walnut street at 8:00: p. m. W. Punch Inc., and forwarded to UOOIIVIEN HEAR

lH Florida's Waste Land.nquct emarkable. Federal Aid _______ 3172876.00 system to be constructed!-Road 13 They will present the play, "Why the Atlantic Commission Companyof TALK ON TAXATIONAll

"- Saturday Evening Both contractors and state men County funds ___ 343,810.00Total Levy county, Ellzy to Wylly, 9.16miles I Men Leave Homo," comedy drama Jersey City. The car was --
on> this job are to be congratulatd 12500000. Rood 28, Putnam 1 full of pathos as well as laujhter. at IU destina- Friends. Camp No. 138, held
scheduled to
Jhalf past seven Friday eve- on the splendid results they estimated resources county Florahome to Palatka, It is being sponsored by the American their regular meeting on January

' the newspaper folks will be have secured thus far in building _____._$11.002.842.19 14.91 miles $216.193.00. Legion Post. tion yesterday 30, with a largo number present.
>::1Iesta jointly of the Gainesville to Kllzey.ironson .- .. Several interesting talks were
oad 13 from Bronson cent Project on third preferential --- ---- -
10 emergency
'''aber of Commerce and the Journal per ____ 1,190,284.22 system to be constructed Rood 80, TO 8I'F 1K I.V I'RESnYTKRIAN LEOIO.V MEET: WEDNESDAY' made on the subject of "Taxationand
Rty' of Florida at a dinner Bradford county Keystone Heights CHURCH SUNDAY I Economy" by the following

served In the Spanish Court TWO ....ALARMS for to Melrose, 6 miles" $2J.000.OO.: All : members of Jones-Langford- Sovereigns and citizens of Starke:
Net resources
.'otel ThotnM.: President Nate 1931. __10712557.97 Projects on other state roads to MillS Lena Smith ;of Winter Park,t Whlto Post No. 56, American Leg I Tax Assessor E. 'V. Hayes, Super

ce will preside and Karl A small blaze Friday morninga lists the following be constructed-Road 49 Brad- who represents the PresbyterianBoard Ion, are requested to attend the Intendent A. J. Grlffls, Representative -

sass, secretary of the Orange the house on corner of Church This budget section ford-Baker counties, Raiford to of Christian Education, and regular: meeting which will be held N. D. Wainwright Senator E.
this :
Jty Chamber of Commerce Or- I nd Madison streets and a pile of projects contracts under construction Macclenny, 18 miles, $30,00000.: U Field Secretary of the Synod of Wednesday night at 7:30 at the M. Johns. Ex-Senator D.,K. Knight. t

o, will act AS toastmaster. urning trash near Smith's Garage Paving Road 13. Alacbua county, Rebuilding of state road 13 Florida, will speak before the Sun- -Masonic HalL The were highly appreciated
* will the iunday night made up the two Christian Endeavor -_ , by all present
be furnished by connection at University of Flor Bradford county line to Gainesville Jay school and t
LI': studio quintet and other alls for the Ore department small durIng ida.. 1 mile, $4,506.60. Road 13, .Is scheduled to be done thin year, Society Sunday morning and eve- Oakland W. A. Wilkes erected' W. will hold our next regular t

b artists. the week. Both were of' Bronson to Ellzy, this work probably to come out of ning.It. building at corner of. brick ,road meeting on Feb. 6.i,.We urge 'all
to1 of Levy county, '
f-John president ofUalversity mportance and owing : i that memberof and Fifth street to operate members to be present
J. Tlgert hard 12.58 !miles $178,829.28Road 28. the repair'):*nd maintenance fund I* hoped every grocery .
of Florida, ,wilt be ufflcient Information were Columbia county,' WaUrtown to u it la sot otherwise listed. both societies will be present store and filling station. Henry Silcox, Chm. Pub.
truck crew.
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\, --- -- --- -------- f r-- Quebec's Ancient Chien d'Or to Bark Welcome to Huskies L.cjj fish were to Either pr,.pare'the-god

1 1e Esh
drY'lIJ1d hard

i B. H. S. JOURNAL"The j Competing in February's International Dogsled Classic ter J city We :In reached Collier, or EVtrgllldea county greasy\ uqo and lIt t

miles west of Miami, tit
E""L &7: eta
Stale'r OP"R p. m. As usual Mr. Befit
r dered fish for dine ;

Editor-in-Chief ________________ Milton Brownlee Miami, Feb. 2, 1931. statement,.of the beadwaZ and :*

Assistant Editor _________-________ Hazel Adkins fk6olwA'n6fiA000.. Mr. Editor: dered fish also. Now, >bellev'

Sports Editor ____ ________.:_____ Gary Overstreet Thousands of tourists are leaving it was the finest fish! dinnI

Literary Editor ____________________ Muriel Silcox Florida again this year, disappointed ever ate Wonderfully coTJ
served in
and wondering, as they typical Florida;]
__________ Annie Mae Pearce
Exchange Editor ______ No it Is Well Everglades
II.. I have in, previous .year. is sold'! Br
JS not the climate nor recreationalnor son stated a dozen times v.t.
l f Well folks. Stunt Nile was a strings, size about 15's: lost in sporting facilities which Florida wonderful fish dinner it wu I

great success and If you didn't Ben's dressing room. If anyone i ao abundantly 'provides, but It that he expects to return topi""

come you Just don't know what found It please return to "Gator"lInman Is the food served them. Here Ida in March and wants to

you missed. Anyway from the tt y they come, expecting to enjoy Everglades again for fishing I
looks of that auditorium I think LOST-Two hairpins, color, fresh, health foods, grown under fish .dinner. Now, lhatg wh.;
everyone took our editor's advice- black. Finder please return to Florida's ultra-violet sun rays, nur-' fish dinner did, and it simply KN

"Packed the family In the ole' Ford Miss Isabel. tured and seasoned by adaptable as an illustration of how tar
: and came out But now we must LOST-One podnd of hair, if soil Inoculated with iodine, salt I, tors will go to eat something t t

forget all about good times and found please buy tube of paste and and'other health minerals by the is palatable wholesome, fresh

i get down to real hard work. pf; stick it on Gator Inman's head and breezes that waft to and fro from 1 different from the average; ri:!

course It's terlbly hard to do, especially received___reward.. gulf to sea. Fruit fresh from the I It seems to roe there is a >

for those who were in 'vAI.t r" trees; vegetables, fresh from the: did opportunity to mate: tS:

Stunt NIte, but here we are with BK/tDFOKD BUMPS 7W11/ garden 1 Poultry, eggs, rabbits.' onment of Florida hotels aid.

only three more months of school I "'--x ,_w ....----:::: Jellies, marmalades etc., fresh taurants typical of Florida,, ,
ao! watch us all make higher and Howard Miner: "What Is'water?" from farm orfactory to tablet! Instead that in promoting an enthualu

higher grades We want to sayy' Mr. Dowling; "One part oxygen they are served by the aver- Florida atmosphere, and In tit
that we surely appreciated each and two parts hydrogen." s age hotel and restaurant'with the velopment of delectable FV
and every one of you making our old and tire- grown and manufactured
same commonplace fruit
Howard M. "Yes but what Is
NIte Here'shoping ; driver. and tot days before the eon
annual Stunt a success.
food that is found in vegetable dishes, Florida
water?" teat Quabce goes dog-crazy speculating some any hand
it to the fullest
you enjoyed aa to the probable outcome. North , community anywhere in the United restaurants will have got
extent and will look forward to
Mr Colson: "I see by the school America' moat famous "muahera" Including States. long way in creating lasting, pi
Stunt Nlte of 32, report that you are still at the the veteran Leonbard Beppala, What a splendid opportunity the ant memories In the minds oft

foot of the class." bero of the aarum-runnlng expeditionto hotels and restaurants have to tore that will encourage \that

; We must not forget to give Miss Ressie: "Well, what about it 1 years stricken ago: and Nome his, Alaska youthful, aaveral rival. serve our guests with various return again and again and br-
Lena Belle Shepard "honorable"mention forms of delectable dishes from cast the news to their friends It
Dad? What's it matter? They i Emlle St. aodard, are practically
this week. We haven'tfound teach the same things at both I cartaln entries. Last ,.ar'. price Florida grown and made edible north. What fine results could
out whether she wants to at- ends." } 06 5WI6 VM CMIEN'WI W5WG6IO > e? I money totalled over ",000. tba winner products that are Just different accomplished If restaurants
tend school again-or jus' doesn't Bt.! Qodard. receiving 11200 and from anything they can get any- hotels would specialize In prt

t want us to "forget" her. You get Mrs. Carpenter-: "Why don't you Seppala. the runner-up, S800 Other where else In the country! They ing tempting dishes of Flo..
I llnlahera war awarded auros ranging
the don'tcha? i !
meaning, products
wash your face before you come trom 1600 to *as. and In addition would increase their own businessas
i to school? I can see what you had there was an aggregate cash prize ot well as every other business in Perhaps a little closer co-op
ly Folks we are Just hoping the for breakfast. 1750 for condition and breed, divided Florida. From time to time, one tlon between the various fc.

/ "flu" epidemic does not hit Bradford John I,: "What was it?" amongst the drivers of those teams can hear tourists ask in disgustand vegetable, poultry, meat, flo
;r Hi-as we have only three Mrs Carpenter: "Eggs." displaying tha moat atamlna under wonderment, why they shouldbe and other enterprises, with Uui
months to We Just don't want !gruelling racing conditions These.
go. -g tels and restaurants
John I. That ' served canned ,
: "Wrong. was yesterday prunes, peaches
c aNlEni 'UK dog derblea are excellent methods of
to miss thing. It's the last
any about results beneficial to all
ascertaining tbe type and breed tit apricots, pears, etc., of foreign origin o
r 'chance for some of us. Legend nn it that JueDec venerable to take partin: the three-day international dog moat suitable for running mall :. while oranges, grapefruit, tangerines I cerned. It certainly is worth
Mrs. Hill: "Louis, what became Chien d'Or, or Golden Dog, I Dogeled Derby. This classic. of and supplies to Isolated lumber cnmp satsumas, avocados, pap- tempting..
depleted oo a tablet above tba door 1 the anowa, wt>ict will take place Feb and trading poata .1 Sunshine Servtn
U'lIAT WOULD HAPPEN IF- of that little pie I made for you as Ot the ayas and scores of other Florida
I Bureau de POI on Buade 19 20 and 91, 1031. la run against Quebec turna out en maasa to wish : GEO. R Hart
,a treat yesterday? Did eat health foods prescribed by food
you Ptrcet.
arousel himself from nta 1 time over a course of 130 miles in I II the various favorites Godspeed, and Florida Power
The seniors had their term pa- It?" ooutented lethargy auperlnduced by relaya of 40 mlloa a day. Prominent the Dog Derby masked ball held at specialists throughout the United & Light Comfe
pers on time? Louis:" No. mama, I gave it to gnawing on bla Oone. and yelps vociferously merchants, lumbermen Industrialists, the Chateau Prontenac in the evening\ States, are hanging on Florida
Billy p didn't fall for all new Miss Florence instead." three times'a year-. Joyous sportsmen sportswomen from all or the day of the second race, la one ,trees in abundance, or raised on our "Hey!" cried Satan to thoi
girls TBradford Mrs. Hill: "That was very nice greeting to his canine brethren which parta of Canada New England andelumhore of the star event on "anclntlllnMng farms..
lavada tile AnrlcitcCapital annnnllv 'nt.r their team and winter program, arrival, "you act as if you ovn
: add of and did Miss the hotels restau-
won a game? generous you Suppose and this dump"
Florence eat it?" rants of Florida to vie with
Mrs. Maynard gave an easy algebra were "I do. My wife gave it to me.
A test? Louis: "Yes, I think so. She DANGER t MEN AT WORK each other in serving Florida edi- Farm and Ranch.
A teacher got mad at Ben S? wasn't at school today." ble products! What a tremendous y

Hope Haynes did not attend to SUCCESSFULHOMEMAKING We are entering, let us hope, the effect it would have on their busI- Small girl-"Brother what
l' every one's affairs. ? Billy G: "Yes, Dad, I'm' a big final stage of our folly The air Is ness! Instead of Long Island cold guest announcer?"

Mrs. Perkins left her powder gun up here at the school." tea"ri4 charged with rumors. The whispering storage ducks, chickens, rabbits Small brother-"One that ,
j puff at home? Wise father: "Well then why campaign is on. No business Is eggs and other products-why not who it is."

Fenella Synder cut her hair? don't I hear better ,reports?" Immune. serve Florida, fresh killed ducks I guess .
Martha Brownlee didn't act like and chickens fresh laid
J heard about such and eggs Sit, Aumiitine Ponce de 1
a baby Merrill F,: "I found out what HaVetyou. Do know old So Florida hams Instead of Virginia '
f you Jlotel opened for 1931 season
Miriam didn't act the fool ? furlough means." By GRACE VIALL GRAY and So Is going to the wall. I hear hams? Florida lettuce, tomatoes

P All material handed In was put Wilson H.: "Well, what do you the Doe Company is headed for receivership [ carrots, radishes, beets, beans,
? in the paper? think it means?" The Roe Company has fresh and crisp from the garden,
i Merrill: "Furlough means a passed its dividend. i retain the superior quality of vitamins No Substitute Fc
JUNIOR) CLASS! mule." succlency and food value
Only by wearing ear muffs can ,
Wilson: "A mule Why you're one walk a block without having I which are lost from imported prod- Your Sweet hea
Well it is Just three months until crazy. Furlough doesn't mean his confidence shaken. : ucts through exposure, handling,
we will be seniors. Hoorayl t thnt." FWhat evaporation and deterioration
Of comfort let no man speak; I ; You certainly don't want,
p We have about decided we have Merrill: "Sure It does Why I Let's talk of graves, then, too, the imported products I Neither do want subs'.
( forgotten how to play basketball, it in you
saw my history There was lack the elements Florida climate
hs; Of worms, and epitaphs. Little Liver Put
for Carter's
but if you don't think there Is talent a picture of a soldier and a mule i provides. I
Depression is on every tongue. tor
in this class didn't come to there and the bottom of remedy for biliousness. r
q' you at the picture It U the most widely advertised I I There are also Florida fruit
Stunt Night Ben and Lester were was written' 'Going home on product of our times. I candles of great variety, cigars liverandconstipation.Taketer'smove

7fif absolute screams, his furlough'" headlines everywhere, HeadJlnes'l I Jams, marmalades, Jellies, etc., all nearly two poundsbilecleansingvvholesystero 4
Even If everyone was happy at stops to think. of which, if properly served and
t Stunt Night you should have seen "What's them read things?" And our vaunted salesmanship_ I'I'advertised on the menu, will help cept no other. Buy at any drt

the long faces Monday morning "Them's cramberries. Give a salesman time enough and to create a truly Florida atmos- store for 25c. Look for then
'I when we got our geometry grades. "Good to eat?" substitutes.
ho'll paint so drab a picture of the I I phere in hotels and restaurants. bottle. Resent
Well'we have a little more mon- "Good to eat? Boy, when them future that a likely prospect will People are always looking for ...-- -
on our banquet The girls sold cramberries Is stewod makes
ey they replace his fountain pen-and lock i something that Is "Just different,"
candy at Stunt Night. Won't be better apple sauce than prunes ---- the safe I and they will go miles for It. Hereis .
long before we tare it all does." I
a true fish
e tastes better than Hot Biscuits and Honey/whether It be morning( Of unemployment, I suspect story:
LOST AND FOUND "Do you believe In clubs for noon or night( These appetizing-looking blscuita wore "mada In a there are more Idle tongues than I I had as my guest for several Y
", Jiffy" with aelf-Vlalng\ flour. idle hands. The folly of too manyof days, John Benson, president of
:i women? s v us is to accept the echo of the the American Association of Ad-
FOUND-One blue socklette
"Yes If kindness falls. I
HOT BISCUITS AND HONEY right! nmoiVtftn of pine mono fulclum locker room and club car as the vertising Agencies. We traveledas
found In study hall. Owner please .
lioHiluile. anti hlcnrhomite' of
: ) \
| much as his time
Voice of permitted
send a reward of $1.00 and get "Why do you put your moneyin sweets soda., which Is really linking/ pow.tier America. 1
"l'ut? linturiil I the through sections of the
soy For example, consider 1930, late state. He 1i >Jtt
eocklette. your stocking ., nod xiilc for SPIIIIIIK.| Tit11MI' ,
iloclom 1I1t'lIt'1l1nll. They i
anti arc was sold fish.
on He
Interred. Now ordered fish
the Hour. In. Hlftcd only oncennt ly lies he there and
LOST-one shoe black with red "Oh, I'm banking on the curves more healthful and less injurious for
none so to do him every meal except breakfast. It
the mixture should be handled poor reverence. i
--- - to the teeth and UlKeHtlon ttuin
little iind us lightly us possible Yet that load- is surprising how few restaurants OJlFfthAveJridiQA',
rich, hell v) sweets, and. hv natural us much-maligned year !
sweets we menu dotes, figs, rul and. honey-imture's. own jiieHerves.Ami Dimple us It11( oniiniloiil : and with three million truckson ting married. Preachers thunder strolling shopplnr
r t'
IJ -:- Do You Know ? -:- with honey, of C'lInrlll'> thonnturiil Hot Blacbita.t the Job, too. It made and sold : against the laxity of the age. Amos panorama of beauty streams, t iGouraud'a '
this famous street of fashion
I ronii'lenu'iit Is' hot Wscnltsl' a new automobile for each ten families I 'n' Andy are still In the taxicab <
Piping Imt biscuits, iJenly of awei'thulter CUp. aelf-rlntnw H> cup milk business. Oriental Cream,you
flour (whole ort at a cost of $2,159,600,000, and and dentists a-rfkln and complexioneven L
iimi pore, uniKlul termed possess
honey-what could tIe" morer- tbtip. fat fraud buttermilk saw registrations highest of any make appointments weeks head.Lawyers' . the most attractive W

'e.asneaamweu+ae+raleef fett vtmihlmitlon for thnt llelitSunilny ) year, with a gasoline consumptionof briefs are Just as long would be proud to have.
evening' miiier|. or to serveat Sift nod measure the flour.A tin Inforiiuil withering. ? the shortening unit. rut or rub It record. It saw electrical produc- In less than nothing flat. And un- first touch a fasclnating'd d'I1'
The Wsoults need not cause you Into the Hour Then mill, the milk tion hit Its highest mark. der Nature's white "coverlet but pearly appearance .
allY anxiety If you are not u thoroughly a little nt n time to make n soft Nineteen hundred and thirty I I and blossom await the sure coming beauty is wealed. Will et
esporlpnceil, housewife. A Hull until about ime-tlilnl of spring. off, streak or spot
manufactured four and half billion
grout deal of the uncertainty ran !hull thhkiitnd 1 cut with u 1 hl 1N tilt a -
lie I, removed from biscuit' making cutter.. Place on n baking. sheet yards of textiles, and 315 mil- If these commonplace signs of OOURNDSRIETAl
by> the tie of sHf, -rlsliiK noun: that and alike! jn a hot oven (4-10 degrees lion pairs of shoes, the usual two "life aa usual" betoken national Instability -
in. soft when! Hour to which him l',) nhoiit ten 1I11nlll..... Serveat and a half pairs to the person.It then there is a public W
'M ri already been added at the" mill the once wfth butler and honey. provided work for forty-odd menace in the familiar warning: CREAM
f '
f p y million men and women, and earn- "DANGER! MEN AT WORK --.. 1'1-. _of _tal r.ti
1 ings through dividends to the (Merle\ Thorpe, In Nation's Business Peal lOb Tres/ Poe ...'
CHEVROLET GOES way to mike bad business good amount of $4,500,000,000. .) "tad T. Ho.1" A re.." N.'" v.

v: f>nd good business better is to put Nineteen hundred and thirty saw

INTO CAMPAIGN abnormal effort into your activities to It that expenses of living did
when you face sub-normal con- not exceed Income as evidencedby
OF ADVERTISING ditions. hundreds of millions of dollars

----- "Not only do we carry the larg- increase. In savings banks and 18 Izo.uTH"

Another aggressive, advertisement est newspaper schedule we ever and a half billions of new life In- ry
campaign, with newspaper used, but we enlisted new forms surance.
+';1 'ice ;{ ,t display columns carrying the brunt of advertising to put our new car Nineteen hundred and thirty FLORIDA

->f the attack, la promised for this I message across. Both the radio idded one million in population to

year by R. K. White, advertising i and the motion picture screen were our consuming public-a city the
--r>.......r of the Chevrolet Motor 1 added this year. Both are new size of Cleveland. FAIR

Company media in our progra_, and both With all its faults, 1930 furnished -
Long one of the nation' lead- were added because a manufacturer a national market place where ATrTAMPA
'ng advertisers, the Chevrolet organization with a national market intensively ;cods, services and labor were ex- The State Fair'
lent its endorsement to cultivated cannot affordto changed to the extent of 100 billion

the pulling power of the newspa- overlook any new means of approach lollara, and the returns are not WORLD'SGREATEST
per by using 8,700 dallies and to that market all in yet.

weeklies to announce Its new 1931 "We continuing to use the One would think from the wail- [ ,

car In November the largest newspaper radio and the screen to supplement Ing, that we had aU been wiped WINTER AN D
schedule ever used by Chevrolet and buttress our newspaper cam- out by a terrible catastrophe of

w + In one campaign since the inception paigns just as we have always Nature-a Noah's flood, a shift ExPO GASPARILLACARNIVAL
9.4 MIti of the company! This used national magazines, outdoor ing of the Gulf Stream or by
move was made despite sUb-nor-1 boards direct mall and other media dreadful holocaust

mal business conditions and the I for the same purpose. Yet we are all here. The.stores

generally slackened promotional i "The newspaper, however con- ire still open. The trains are run-
1 activities of manufacturer In and tinues to form the backbone of ning You can get that number on SENSATIONAL

i! all the "..ttl.. of tha C."tur1ere not fought In the out of the automobile Industry." I our campaigns, and for the present the telephone. The traffic problem '
THAT "We made this move. Mr., will continue to do It PIRATICAL
ao. In the la still Movie houses
s d elreur H.r. !la see b.lwa.n two alb In she shadow .fPv
,4"M- ....> "." ''aperfona.P.rke' \ Alberta, Canada, ...ter.. White"explained, "because: we are parlance of the gridiron carries ire no; nearer seating all their customer r'r '
inn unmuratttd audicne*.. ___,..". "- Indlrwt aooord with the'.frequent*, DM, ball and tbaurMt run iaton *. C&fldren orwhat. the*, "i K FESTIVALX'AGE
ly expressed view that the ference."
only always were. Young folks are ,et.1 -

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Mayo-: A number: of farmers:: : lathe :: T. fl.: Writes
Mayo section will plant rice I Hodges I Rules for Quebec's International Dog Derby Changed;

I News of Florida in Short Paragraphs this year. If enough acreage is About State Canal II'

planted! J. W. McCall will estab- I Greyhounds, Whippets Banned From Forthcoming Contest
lish a rice mill In Mayo next fall
(ry: T. R. Hodges.: )
fit to thresh the In
crops. years past
Keen Interest Is being manifested -
dlQt good of rice have been
crops pro and many letters written by the
s LIVE STATE NEWSTOLD I duced in that section and it Is
> citizens of Cedar Key and Levy
hoped to revive the Industry to its
II former county regarding the constructionof
vurhv the proposed cross-state canal
from the east to the' west coast of
A modern ver- Florida The U. S. Government Is
sion of the lame leading the blind seriously considering the construction ,

r.1\Bt\ ,- H 0I was told today by Bert Maloney, of this canal, which would hk1 ; :
manager of the municipal airport mean so much to the state and I
Iksonvllle Arrangementsbeen I thus the link of hard I3
complete here. An airplane came Into the more especially to those through
u; completed for the sev- roads from Perry to highway No. field on a landing for fuel. When which It would pass. .f
J J J'It> I fourth session of the Florida 1 leading from Jacksonville to Maloney went out to talk with its When you take a peep at the t
' I society, which will con- Pensacola. two he found hada s
rlcal occupants, one map of Florida and see what a tI
tan,! 10 annual meeting Tuesday, cork left and the other a glass great distance around the state a ner, cur 1 I

vtoHn arylO. Lake City C. C. Woodward, eye. The aviators took off: later vessel has to navigate to surroundthe z>vrvortnst'p' ,,, '' t
state game commissioner and In for Miami without leaving their state from the gulf side to the
'LTfigll ni.-All nobles of Florida are charge of the fresh water fish de- names. Atlantic ocean and what a great

b 'J interested In the convenof partment, notified J. A. Hall, game saving of time and money It would t
1a 1 the Shrine Directors' Asso- warden In this territory, that 6000 Tampa The Borden Farm Pro- mean, you will be amazed to know ,
L of North America, which blue gill bream will be stockedIn ducts, Inc., dairy concern operat- why the canal had not been built
IXwin j held in this city :March 10.fcd lakes around Columbia Hamilton ing milk routes In New York and years ago.Varioull.
. 12Lrlanna. and Suwannee counties. other cities Iq the United States routes have been sug-
and Canada, signed contracts here gested and no doubt the shortest
U -The new band stand Daytona Beach The state for the opening In Tampa of a doz- and most economical one will be

..h1o ong the most attractive Insouthland. chamber commerce names Feb. en citrus juice manufacturingplants selected. There seems to be no
The first big ocn 23-28 as "Know Florida Better for delivery of fresh orange doubt but what the St. Johns river p +
ill | to use It will be on Jack- Week." Florida Is the oldest settled Juice daily to Greater New York route to Doctors Lake'1" the short- a ,
County Farmers' Day, Satur- part of the United States, and consumers with their morning est and most feasible as) a starting ,..,-- "-'- ,.., v 1 '" ,. x a 1 4 4 1 k +

February 14.vansThe II there's much to learn about It. milk. point from the East Coast but the .:. ".." ,,.-.' y1 li
yrop Think It over and figure out; say Important Issue will be'the route
Havana Woman'sand 10 leading events. Fort Myers There l is yet some that will determine the entrance or
I( the Havana Luncheonare profit in Florida real estate, once outlet on the gulf side. 4'EPPALA."U6"IolCSDoc *MO HIS- 1 ,

enb going to sponsor the Tampa-The South Florida Fair advertised as "the best invest- To consider a point west of the iia t i
Ken Rule Check.Payup Plan as the largest to be held In Florida ment on earth." Cary C. Carlton, Suwannee river for the entrance or lover in general, and follower* 3? c'
4uU losed by Roger Babson. The this season will open at Tampa on a cousin of Governor Doyle Carl- outlet on the gulf side would entail of dog races to particular will) be lnterest.d -
launching! of checks will' notn February 3, -it Is also one of the ton, this week bought a 1,000-acre much greater mileage and expense to learn that the rule go*. f
t before February 2.' largest In the country and its ex- cattle ranch In Glades county for the Suwannee river route ernlog Qu. ec's annual Eastern: Inter
1 hibits cover all phases of Florida $10,000, one that he sold during the being many miles nearer than national Dogsled Derby Canada' annual ca I
|owey-It has been found ne- activity as well as national and boom for 134000. The propertyIs those suggested west of that point. clastic of the *now*. echeduled z.v .
lary to put on a night shift and international subjects. It continues located on the' cross-state high- Regardless of the routes, the shoal for February tar 20 and 21. have be.n y w., yA
I the orange Juice plant at thate until February 14th. way between LaBelle and Moore waters of gulf side will have to be revised considerably. according to an
day and night In order to Haven and has a two-mile front- considered from an entrance stand- announcement by Louie Hudson
chairman of the board of directors ofthe
UtN jp up with the orders that are Pensacola-Action of the sen- age on the Caloosahatchee river. point. A channel will have to be International Dog Derby Club of
ting in for this delicious health ate appropriations committee gave The land is also reported to have a dredged out to deep water to per- Quebec. Under the new rule the use upfbN AVM4LEMUTLP R
I Bug drink. big Impetus to efforts being made thick stand of pine timber. mit the entrance of deep draft of dog of the whippet and greyhoundtype baa been changed for Instead ol rune PHI'to ol the Dotted Htale and C na -' (
for expansion and improvement of vessels and a suitable harbor to accommodate haa been banned from the com nine a straight forty mU. S day tot .ls are expected to take part In the '
th |ceoa-Loss through the burnof -, the Naval Air station. The sen- Tampa-More than 14,000,000cans a great many vessels petition. a* they have been found unable three daya. the eons .ant. will have forthcoming contest and Quebec and
and their con-: ate committee of Florida grapefruit and will be necessary. to stand the attain of competing to cover forty and three-fifths mil,.. the Chateau Prontenao will be thronged -
, buildings approved appropriations la stormy weather against their etur- or a total distance of ill: 4-6 milea for with. visitor, all of whom will be
InTT ,U In the city of Cocoa during: that Include (500,000: for grapefruit Juice have been loaded Reference to the U. S. Geodetic dler brethren of the "bud," breed the entire race. I Vitally Interested In the Ancient Capita -
year of 1930 was the lowest,' the Pensacola station. and shipped from the docks in this charts of the gulf coast line will and a. the gruelling race will\ be run During the Dog Derby Quebec become "Ts annual test of both canine and
ninny years. The loss'' by fireLin city during the past ten weeks. demonstrate the fact beyond regardless of weather condition It more dog-conscious then seer human sum Ins .Last ,.ar'e winner' .. I
the city during the past Ocala-A play day for all the Shipments have gone to more than doubt that Cedar Key would be the II... been considered wiser to forbid and for weeks proceeding It. spirited wit. the youthful Emil 8k. Oodard.
Ir amounted to only 18500.: public schools of Marlon county 20 world ports ranging from logical point for the outlet or en- the use of the frail racing type or speculation la rife aa to the probablewinner while Leonhard Beppala. veteran
The distance to be "numbers" from all "musher" ol Alaska. was
dog covered too Noted runner-up -
,W will be held at' the fair groundsin Shanghai, China, to Glasgow, Scot trance of the channel. There, Is no i'
Jacksonville Complete ar- Ocala on March 20, and will be land, and including every principal better harbor In the state and the $

] Igements for a series of. seven preceded by a parade of all the American city on both the Atlanticand channel has recently been dredgedout ".11 CLUB BOYS Jacksonville New $4,500 pas I Tarpon Springs First Methodist 4. i

lurslons to be run Into Florida' school children In the county head Pacific oceans. and a splendid system of har- TO GIVK PROGRAM senger depot and office of Eastern church corner of Eagle and I
c summer from the Ohio. Po- ed by the county school board and bor and entrance lights established.The WElt WKUF TONIGIIT Air Transport, Inc., at city airport 'Orange streets, redecorated short J
' Mississippi river gate- instruc Ocala-Between 400 and SOO deer short distance of six miles
,It'1, nac and superintendent of public opened short time ago. time "ago. ; ,
lya will be worked out here on tion. have been killed in Marlon county from the Cedar Key bar gives A thirty-five minute programwill -_- -, t
bruary, 9 at a conference. this season, J. W. Stevens, game twenty-four feet of water at mean bo given Friday evening at 7
I Panama City Panama City's warden, said here today. Stevens low tide while on the other handit o'clock over WHUF at Gainesville
tacclenny-The Baker county I great paper mill will be grindingout said he would recommend that the would require many more milesof by Mr. L. T. Dyer, county agent the TELEGRAPhIl
lowers Association members, pulp about the middle of Feb- game law be changed next year so dredging at: other points to and four of his club boys from Un-
|ve chosen officers for the ,new ruary. An army of men has been as to require hunters to allow the reach this depth. ion and Bradford counties.A Il
lir, as follows: William Knabb, employed In the construction of head to remain on the carcass of If the Suwannee and other rivers splendid program has been arranged -
-sldent; C. L. Hodges, vice preslmt this big plant and have worked the deer until the kill has been In- are not to be utilized in the Including several fine selec- WILL SEMD YOU

1 ; Tate Powell, secretary and night and day to have everything spected by a game warden or oth- routes from Doctors Lake, which ta tions of music to be given by Mrs.
I usurer ready for work at the, earliest pos er qualified officer. He said hunters an arm of the St. Johns river Just W. II. Lee and her music pupils of
sible date. were killing does but were escaping below Jacksonville, in the construc- Lake Butler. The boys who will
1 ke City--Six thousand bream, prosecution because they tion of the canal, the most direct tell of their club work are Carl OMAGAZINESAND
the blue-gill species especiallyted Madison Making Madison removed the head and dressed the route from Doctors Lake to the Dukes, Claude Byrd, J. P. Bennett '
I to North Florida lakes, were prettier and prettier is the sloganof meat before reporting their bags to Gulf would be from the lake to from Lake Butler and Ivan Hazen
tided between Columbia, Baker, the Town Council Civic Leagueand the wardens. Cedar Key. If the Suwannee riveris from Brooker.
I Suwannee counties last week I other community bodies and to be utilized, then it would be + -

the U. S. fish hatchery at Lakerk individuals. The hundred or more Tallahassee If cleanliness Is advantageous to devert the outletso Panama City Bay Line Rail- THIS NEWSPAPER
, Ga. oak and holly trees, as well as next to Godliness, as claimed as to make Cedar Key the term- road Company purchased 60
.5 shrubbery, set out the past few Florida's five state Institutions ad- inus on the Gulf.Jacksonville freight cars and started hauling
A\ Vero Beach-The Ranson Pro- day. will make the town still prettier ministered by Governor Carlton'scabinet has shown her ap- pulp wood to paper mill. C <;)
ce Company, Inc., opened here should become suburbs of preciation of the advantages to be i FOR FOR 1
rly In January preparatory to paradise. The state board today derived from the construction of
|tering the vegetable deal from Gainesville Words of encour- called for bids on 84,000 cakes of this cross-state canay by appro- ONLY ''ONLY

8 i point. P. A. Ranson, president, agement to the University of Flor- soap 41 barrels of laundry soap priating fifteen thousand dollars to
*rated the Delray Beach Pro- ida for its Institute of InterAmerican and 27,232 packages of washing retain the services of an eminent Say it with Flowers

ice Company at Delray last sea- Affairs, to be held here Feb- powder. The supplies are to serve engineer to gather data, dem- ._,_ ... d
n. ruary 1013were contained In a the prison, hospital for the Insane onstrating the advantages of the 1
congratulatory message received Industrial schools for boys and St. Johns river route and the great Flowers For All
Palatka-Organization of a tax from A. V. Killer, of the divisionof girls and the farm colony for the benefits to be derived from the 4
Illef association was perfectedre Historical research of the Car- next six months Bids will be opened construction. OccasionsGERTRUDE YOU CAN HAVE YOUR '

last night. E. W. Elliott sec- negie Institute of Washington. February 10. Congressman Green Is taking L ._ CHOICE OF ANY FIVE OF
t tary of the Florida' Retail Groc- keen Interest In behalf of the pro- "
s association, said purpose of the Alachua .- Officials of other Vero Beach-The Folson PackIng ject and has Just received from L. GODBKT THE MAGAZINES LISTED

'II organization was to seek leg- communities and counties were Company Is opening a new V. Frazier, Lt. Col. Corps of En- BELOW FOR A FULL
alive action on some form of given a new speed record at whichto packing house on the Florida East gineers, District Engineer, Jack- ANDERSON YEAR

les tax. shoot, when local and county Coast railroad. The organization sonville, the following letter: Phone 39 Waldo FU ( TWELVE MONTHS )
(I authorities sent a man to six expects to start operations on the "I am in receipt of your letterof '
.... ,.. ,. 'MI I
Greenville The road depart- months of hard labor within two spring crop of tomatoes and will the 16th Instant, enclosing a let Why pey more for your magazine
ent will now let a contract fore hours of the time of the commission follow through with other vege- ter from W. R. Hodges, relative to when you can buy them at lets than ,, '
" paving of the grade from of the crime for which he tables. Members of the new firm Cedar Key in relation to cross- cost through your home town newt-
ady Grove to Greenville and was sentenced.L4 are H. D. Barwick, well known state canal. This letter will be paper? You can actually get five) of
-- wherever Florida produce is hand- submitted for the consideration of COFFINS & CASKETSAnd America' leading farm and fiction ,

led, and Roy Folson, who was con- the board appointed to report on a Full Line of magazine alii'll. amazing price If
I Worst is Yet to Come-- nected with the old Harris Bros. & this project. you ed>r now. If you act quickly you

: Rice Company for a number of "The board held a meeting In December Undertakers' SuppliesAUTOMOBILE a will receive !!tv m t in Florida, and made a PYPI1 s the) next year for just l a little. more
years. : IIBARHKAI : : 1. lR
J reconnaissance of several routes than the price) of this newspaper.
and will have another meeting for war. .. Han*. The .. ? Don'l hesitate to send your order If
( INSTALL ELECTRIC EQUIPMENT vrvlre at tfc. low..t erle**.
I'I'I 1r further examination of routes these come to you now. Re1H"s -
I II...... uttmtlox .. I.I.Rr.pb
probably early in March. Data Is ..rd.r.REOIsTEItED. .. will be extended twelve
?' II electricitywas being gathered, and It .Is expectedthat HMBALMRIl Ess months ahead of your expiration ,
I Tampa, Flla.-Since local interest in Jacksonville i .
at Lake Fern, near
rl will submit considerable additional DEWITT C. JONES
December 15: different homes lave ,
information for the considerationof TAriKK. FLORIDA s Qaa.p'
12 electric refrigerators A
have put In "
the board. ki.
7 electric stoves, 5 electric I M HANlc Iki .

washing machines, and 2 electric' NOTICE T- to? ?
to reports a
milk coolers, according --
from Miss Allle Lee Ruch home From this date I will not be responsible hS
demonstration agent for West for any debt contractedby THE MAN WNOFRCCRASHNATES j SENDDOLLARGentlemen

Hllldborough county. my wife, Mrs. Edna Williams.
e Feb. 6, 1931 Vandl Williams. : I S

Check and double check for 4-H U. STAUGOLCS WITH RUIN.'J.II* a

clubsters: They earn while they .

/ rte learn, a d learn wUJle they earn. What the average woman wantsIs : I with 10 take advantage ol your magazine bargain'
a strong man who can wrap
r around her little finger and a man I oiler I am enclosing he above amount In payment for e one year subscription -

Y 1 usually wants a clinging vine who / to your paper and the live mageilnet'h.11 I have marked with,

I NO MORE. RATSor can tend the furnace.Substitutes. I en X below/

NAMI..... .
mice, after you one RAT-SNAP.
rodent killer. Try aPkff. You know the danger of trim( tJ J
It's a sure
and prove It. Kate killed with Never Genuine delay I
RAT-SNAP leave no smelL Cate or Do nor neglect/ keeping your TOWN. . .STATE
dog won't touch It. Guaranteed Atwar something lacking la substitute Insurance protection ade
83o size 1 cake enough for that's always there In originaL quate. Suppose you had a titer fj American Poultry leiimelQ Q Heesefcold. Megeslnefj .

Pantry, Kitchen or Cellar. Genuine Carter's Little Liver Pills tonight! 4 The Cetmtry Hem ......,... M.c"-s ilcsQ
" 630 size 2 cakes for Chicken containing pure vegetable calomel Let u* insure you a Er.ryb.dys >..tirf M....... ,...."..... (Weekly|

........ . Houe, coop, or small building Eire tried and true relief for torpid'. Q The Fan I..... 0 '......'.'......MeMfclyQ
-- $1.25 size 5 cake enough for I sluggish ttrer. Starting bU. flowing Q Oe..s1ewams ......... ,..../ ....-
.Ndz.f- 1<: : all farm and out-bulldlna. storage freely they flush body clean. Carter"' HAROLD C. WALL D 0..4...... 0 tlenderrf.Pevftiy" basal

w:. .. buildings, or factory building Unto Liver Pills come ta red bottle INSURANCE a .....CIMIs Q a.............
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charge of the program. Mrs. J. L hcao loans that drainage district and Mrs. L. II. Hill Sunday. here last Sunday.Mrs. STUNT NIGHT "The First Mirror'

Briggs of Jacksonville will be the :ould refinance existing bonds and Charlie, 11111, of Lake Butler wasa Sarah Drlggers of Lake Stunt lu Redgrave, Fenelia\ Snyder ,
soloist, Miss Hazel Middleton will ventually be able to pay off their! visitor to Lawtey Saturday. Butler, was''visiting' friends and The annual Night of the Hemingway ana tldredge'BOD. !:
vac &I read and there will be a sextetteby ndebtedness with the low Interest Mra. 1:. E.'Burney was a visitorto relatives here st Sunday. Bradford county high school pupils 'J"The
members of the club. rate.: He said that Florida had Starke Saturday. Miss Pearl Jordan met with the waa held Friday evening at 8 p. Wedding

Hostesses are Mesdames: H. C some eight !million dollars worth Those attending O. E. s. at 4-H Club girls at the Brooker m., at the high school auditorium.A lorle Stump ReadlnC'

Wall O. L. Beasley, John( Uglow of drainage bonds on some 800,000 Starke Monday night were: Mes- school for their regular meetinglast large and appreciative( audi- 'A Funny Story

MRS. ADKIN3 HOSTESS TO Lucille Mitchell, B. S. Carroll and acres of land outside of the Ever- dames A. H. Harley, E. B. Wells, Tuesday. ence thoroughly enjoyed this de- ter Price Robinson Ralph"J'IaY1e

MISSIONARY CIRCUS Miss Florence Matthews, glades district. W. II. Biggs, Ceo. A. Anderson and Mr. and Mrs. Johnnie Mott were lightful affair put on by the jun- Bob Frink. eo.

E. E. 'Burney.L. transacting business. in Starke last ior and senior high school boys and Gypsy Dance- 3lrl8
The Noble White Circle of the BAPTIST W. M. S. Congressman Green ad- L. H. Hill 'was a buniaess visitor Wednesday. girls, with Mr.: N. Sternberg .as "Ethiopian Football Glee Cha
# Methodist Missionary Society met CIRCLES TO MEET dressed to Starke Monday. Mr. Wilson Russ of ELfers was master of ceremonies. Referee'Milton: Gailif'
the house of BrownIee
representatives ,
of Mrs. A. Z. Adkins I friends here last Saturdayand Pl4)I
at the home at visiting An entertaining program consisting Elc2redge Robinson
length on the present un- ., "Gator"
W. M. S.
afternoon. The rooms Circles of the Baptist man
on Monday Sunday. of funny skits, fancy dancing Merrill Futch
were brightened with bowls and will meet Monday afternoon at 3 employment of the and depressed As. condition - -. ..- .. readings and other amusing Moore."I'se. and 11
a meansof
of narcissi and sweet peas. o'clock in the followinghomes: BROOKER numbers was'rendered follows
vases relief for same he as : Got a Pam ,
1-Mrs J. E. Wilson. urged passage r In My
had Circle No.
circle leader, 4
Mrs. Middleton of H. R. 15073: Stein Song-Boys Glee Club. dust"--song, Thelma
introduced Mtmm
r3 of the Those tak- Circle No. 2 of the Baptist W. M. by him. Pearl Qiilncy, Cor. THERESSA An H
charge program. "Hello Papa'' Ben ; Chorus
It Sternberg dolls Eloise
provides that in addition the
In the program were Mrs. U. will meet at the home of Mrs to Hilda ..111..... Cor. Ritch
ing part O. J. Griffin. Monday afternoon at present Federal construction pro- Elders.;J' A. Bowen and J. B. and Billy Graham. Jacobs. Patsy Brinson. Apye
Alderman, Mrs. Roy
Halle, Mrs.' gram that one-half million.dollar Glissen; of 4eorgfa; who have been Roman Dance Lois Adkins, Pearce Hazel Adkins, and ,
Edwards and Miss -Amelia Ray. 3:30.Circle: be Mr. and Mrs. Jim Adkins of Kitty Hogsed Mary Brownlee, and Thomas. '
led in the 'devotional.LJttlo No. 3.-Mrs. W. J. Ep Immediately appropriated to traveling through this state ,
Mrs. Weeks
and Miss each congressional district for construction tended the Cervices at New Hope Hampton visited Mr. J. J. Zelgler Jean Laird. Mr. N. Steinberg Master
A Miss Ruth Wyman read person. of post office buildings church last Saturday and Sunday.Mr. Friday. "What She Saw at the Game"-. ceremonies.
Dorothy White gave: bright for first second : Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Phillips of Reading, Melba Ellcox. .
SEW AND SO CLUB MEETS and, third class offices J. B. Russ of Lacrosse spent -
ings. Miss using local labor, local con- the week-end here with friends. Jacksonville visited Miss Ida Hagan "School of Evolution"-Playlet, VANHOOSE-C'OOK

The hostess assisted delicious by sand- Miss Madge Middleton entertained tractors and local materials, wher- Mr. J.'B. Crews of Lake Butler Monday. teacher. Cleo Thomas; pupils, Dor- --
wiches Kate Struth and hot tea. members of the Sew and So ever possible. I waa visiting friends and relatives Mrs. David Jones of Hampton Is othy Smith, Lillian' Sternberg, A. Mr.. Robert Lee VU ooe':;

Those present were:' Mrs. W. E.I Club Tuesday evening at her homeon As a further relief measure he here last Friday. the guest of her daughters, Mrs.A. W. Anderson and*. Marion Williams. Mrs. Cecil Cook of Avan pt
Middleton, Mrs. L. C. Ray; Mrs E. Madison street. urged prompt payment In full of Mrs.: J. J.. Morgan and son, Clar- L. Sullivan and- Mrs. D. W. Ballet Dance ; Patsy Brinson. were quietly married in Sd
I S. Matthews, Mrs. M. E. Edwards, The room where the guests were the soldier's bonus certificates, be ence, and )1'r.. Myrtle Galardie Moore. and' Daisy Tompkins January 31st They are ma
Mrs. T. J. Alderman, Miss Kate entertained was prettily decorated said that their payment would not were transacting, business in Mr., and Mrs. W. T. Zeigler and 10 minutes. .intermission.p. their home in Avon Park.

Struth, Mrs L. Wyman, Mrs. L' D.I, with fragrant narcissi and other only relieve them, but would stim- Starke Saturday. little son, Tommie, of Jacksonville,

Vinlng.,Mrs Lonnie Harley Mrs. L.: spring flowers. ulate business generally, during the ,_:'Mr 'W U.lP1! Malphurs ,of Starke, and Mr and Mrs.,Rupert Zeigler of
t present spent' ihe'week-end here With his' Gainesville were the guests of Mr, EIGHTH ANNUAL
A. Davis./Mrs. R. A.'Weeks, Miss Sewing, bridge and conversationwere panic.SLAJVTEY
until late hour, daughter/'Mts.! Ernie Waters.: : I J.J. Zeizler Sunday.
Amelia Ray Mrs. O. L. Haynes, enjoyed a _
and Mrs. W. G. Halle. when the hostess served a tempt- Mr. E. Aft, !Galney was transacting Mr. and Mrs. T. F. Brown and VOLUSIACOUNTY

1 Mra. A. W. Anderson and Mrs. ing salad course to the following business in Starke last Satur- little son, Emery of Hampton visited FA, I R

Sam Anderson were, hostessea to guests: Mrs. T. T. Long Mrs. D. day.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Sullivan'

the members of the Harriet Peek P. Carpenter, Mrs. H. C. Ritch, Mrm. H. B, Bo .er, Cor.J. Jeff Roberts of Lawtey spent Sunday.
Circle of the Methodist Missionary MM. B. S. Carroll, Miss Eunice last Saturday night here with Mr., Mrs. L. V. Moore and son, Jerry,
Society on Monday afternoon at Perkins Miss Hazel Middleton, John demons. and Miss McCauley of Starke, at-
the home of the former. Bright Mlsa Blanche Alderman, Miss Florence T. Rhudy of Gainesville was Mr. H. f. Gainey was transactIng tended Sunday school at Hope

japonicas and narcissi were used In Matthews, Miss Ethel Griffin, Tuesday.transacting business in Lawtey business in Newberry last church Sunday afternoon.Mr. and Citrus Fruit Exposition

decorations.Mrs. Miss Min Gruber and Miss Betty Tuesday.. W. W. Packhan and T. E.
Wood, circle leader, had Chamberlin.! Rev. L. J. Ray of Dinsmore was Mr. L. R; Gainey and daughter, Triest were business visitors to In-

charge of the program, and the following visiting with L H. Hill Tuesday.Mrs. Lois, and Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Gain- terlachen Monday.RATS.
C. R. Atkinson and little
took part on same, Mrs. GREEN FAVORSBONUS ey were visiting in Jacksonville DeLAND Feb. 1721TUES.
son of Miami, are visiting her -
Rltch, Mrs. Long and,Mrs. A. W. I last Sunday.Mr. .
Mr. and Mrs.
A. M. Blanch-
FOR VETS .- P. ,
: Anderson. A. Crosby and Mr. and
ard for several days.L. DIE
Spiced cake and hot tea was Mrs. H. B. Crosby were transacting -
H. Hill'and wife and son, ., WED., THURS. FRI. SAT.
nerved by the hostesses. Those ,Congressman R. A. Green has in Gainesville last
were Mrs. I
Cady at Kings-
present were: Mrs. Arthur Wood, just addressed a letter to American ley Park Sunday afternoon. Thursday. 'Value of tall"plant $325,000 Tees. Feb ,
t Mrs. W. B. Parks, Mrs. J. H. Ritch, Legions Posts In part'as follows: A. M. Blanchard went Mr. Drew"Reddisb of Heilbronn, so do mice, once they eat RATI 63 acres'of landscaped grounds :Day; ? 17-congreM"II1 I O.
Mra. T. J. Griffin. Mrs. F. H. Long, "I am receiving numerous let to Miami, spent last Saturday night here with I SNAP. And they leave no odor be- Tropical Garden with exotic lure Wed, Feb IS- "-rotary Mnyr r.,
Thursday where he Thurs ,
Mrs. W. F. Jones, Mrs H. A. Dew, ters from ex-service men relative daughter there. He returned visited home his his sister, llrlJ.; C. Cone. hind. Don't take our word for It- 17 exhibition buildings Fri., Feb.Feb a/J-Sen./ 19-Oov Fletcher Carlton Day lie,

Mrs. Pearl Snyder, Mrs. L. C. Prescott to payment of bonus. I shall appreciate -I Sunday night. Mr. Lewis Shrver was transacting try a package. Cats and dogs won't Fireproof grandstand seating 6000EileacherN salt;: Feb. ill-Tourist and< Am L
Miss Amy Coburn, Miss Lll- it if you will advise your, Jno. A. Whitney, Jr., of Jacksonville business In Starke Monday. touch It. Rata past up all food to [ seating 2600 Twice dally .
ley, Mrs. A. W. Redgrave Mrs. D. membership that, I am earnestly i I Among those who attended New get HAT-SNAP. Three sizes. capacity for S500 carsCooping Zacchlnl shot In air from''nnnua"
E. and Mrs. J. F. Colley. for the in full of spent Saturday afternoon In lope Church from here last Sunday for 3400 birds Three' cages performing Horn lit
Knight working payment : Lawtey with L. II. Hill, Jr. S3o size 1 cake enough for Fattiest halt-mile dirt track and l l opardH-extruimllnnrj: : ;
their bonus certificates now. I I R. R. Thede and family visited were Mrs. J. J. Morgan and Pantry Kitchen or Cellar Clanked for speediest auto races Merrills In gripping/ aerial i "
li.cagl and'
W. WEEKS CHATTERV. signed Congressman Patman's Mr. and Mrs Herman Thede In son, Clarence, Mr. and Mrs. E. M. 05c Ue 2 cakes Chicken Fire, sanitary and police depts. Acts, jumping homes, polo In, push high ball Mrlino,'
D.'C. ENTERTAINED petition calling for Immediate con- Jacksonville Sunday afternoon. Hazen, Mr!and Mrs. H. P. Galney, House, coops, or small buildings. 120,000 In premiums, paid on Feb. 20 TTaxardoua Auto Polo
sideration and will continue to do Mrs. Millie Gainey, Mr. and Mrs. 19,000 Yoithlrta's Japanese equlllhrlMn
Mr. and Mrs. Enoch Griftls spent $1.23 size 5 cakes enough for spent on free acts and fireworks Dolly May, guldlemi trotting won,
Bright rose japonlcas and Chin- all possible for immediate payment. Tuesday In Brunswick, Ga. G. W. Hazen, and Mr. and Mrs. all farm and out-buildings, storage fhlef Hhee-Noo.'! noted tenor ,nlr
However, the secretary of treasuryand Ralph Hazen.Mr. Plate and U. S. 4-JI Poultry Show Mr. end Mrs Tom Markor in' Hi
buildings, .
ese sacred lilies were used in deco- Mr. McGInnls of Gulf Hammockwas or factory buildings.Sold actsTumbler
many Republicans are standIng and Mrs. Seaborn Dukes, and and Guaranteed Show of Poultry and State As o. *, wire walker clowns
S. L.
rating the rooms of Mrs a visitor to Lawtey Friday. by Corpt"nIng'lI 'UieatpHt rabbit show In south
out against payment. Miss Eliza Dukes of Dukes station, Kennel show Four concert band--giant i "i t
Peek's home on Wednesday'after- Grill Phillips went to Miami Drug Store, The Nyal Store, on Saturday concerts
noon when she and Mrs. E. K. "My position is that nearly all of Thursday to accompany Mrs. Phil- were visiting friends and relatives Store, Starke, Fin. IT Enchanting Community flower exhibits show Two and a half hours fn-i "nl.
hostesses to the veterans need the money now Live Stork, been, cats, cavies talnment
Perryman were Joint ips and children home. She has Arts and 3 harness races dally. bCHt i It
the members of the W. T. Weeks worse than they may need I It In the been visiting relatives there forsevt'ral Mfg and education varied industries, antl<1UOM, heats
COMPANYSUITS numbers of mighty Firework
Chapter of the U. D. C. future, and that payment now; days. Citrus:; J': Psltlon Extraordinary Johnny J. Jones 7o-car show d
Mrs. A. M. Darby presided over would not only relieve them, but I Chas. S. Brooking and daughter, CLEANED, PKESSED AND RESHAPEDJ. Field lirinton-Bnyles Farm, Fruit Flying Fish Circus Exhibit* amusement and: riding ,>nSpued
would stimulate business generally) demon Auto teens Suturdillonn
the short business session. Mrs. L. of Gainesville, were visiting Mr.
r G. Powell who Is historian, read during the present panic." Frank Thoman-Phone .1)2Ballard's Jut n frnrllou ..C the atli-nc which makm Ibis the

"The an article Old Refrain on wars.,'* was A piano played,solo by, Congressman Green today appeared Greatest[ County Fair in the U. S.

.+ Miss Ethel GrlfTln. Mrs. Adkins before the House Agricul-
sang two old southern melodies, ture Committed and urged favor- ir-

Just Before the Battle Mother"and i able report by the committee of the Ballard s Seaplane Flour 24 Ibs 39c
"Carry Me Back to Old Vlrginla" substance of H. R. 16329, Intro-
Miss Grlffln. duced by him. The bill providesfor
accompanied by
The hostesses nerved a delightful the creation of a Fruit-Fly 241bs. 72c96 lbs. 2.70 x -- - - ---

+ salad course and hot tea. Board composed of three membersto
'I Those enjoying this meeting receive and make findings upon I

were: Mrs. Hamrick, Mrs. M. E. all claims sustantlated by Florida CO i BATTERY SERVICEAt

Edwards, Mrs. J. E. Wilson, Mrs. persons, firms or association) In W Bluebird Flour 24 Ik S5cBallard's
J. M. Brownlee, Mrs. 'S. E. Brown- I the Mediterranean Fruit Fly eradication -

lee, Mrs. W. G. Halle, Mrs. O. L. and to, report back same to H
A. M. Darby, Mrs 'the secretary of agriculture, and Obelisk Flour
Beasley, Mrs. 241bs. 1810 a
- - $ Smith's Service
from the to
E. K. Perryman, Miss Amelia Ray, secretary congress.The C3PQ I
Airs. G. C. White, Miss Ethel Griffin board will be composed of a ,
::J -- - - - _
Mrs. A. Z. Adklna and Mrs. S. representative of the state depart- - - ----- : Authorized ''Villard ''Dealer
ment of Florida fruit Home Cured Bacon Hams Sides
L. Peek. agriculture, a and Shoulders I '
and vegetable grower and a representative I BATTERIES IN
{ MR. AND MRS. II. C. WALL of the U. S. department' pC Smoked Country Sausage, pound 30c Z1 I STOCK
of agriculture. The board is directed -

ENTERTAIN- to make report at the next :: PORK CHOPS, pound .----:u:-_______"_____. ____. ________""__ 20c Q -- .

Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Wall were session of congress or by June 15. o PORK HAill.WlioIe pound ______________ .i +
Congressman Green told the I I* --------- ___.,.
host and hostess to their bridge >
club Thursday evening at their committee that Florida growers Florida Steak, pound-Round, 25c; Loin --------------___ 30c

homo on Cherry street. were now collecting Information F-+ Stew Beef, pound __ _ 15 Z
--- to 20c
Sweet peas Intermingled with and claims for which reimburse- z.' _ .. ._---- -- --- - - : --- :------_ -- _: =.: ----::----- d I SPECIAL NOTICE TO HEN
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fern and narclaal'were used to advantage ment should be had, and that report -
in decorating the home for and passage of the bill would cn I II

this Five enjoyable progression alTalr. of the game expedite payment prompt of these adjudication claims by and the Tomatoes, 3 cans, 20c; Pork & Beans 3 for 22c The CHAMBERS "KING OF ALL"

were IIr. and enjoyed Mrs. C.and A.scores Knight added.held mittee government.took the The matter agriculture under com-ad- I Baby Lima Beans pound 8c SHARPENERS is 'now in your city at a

high for the evening and were each visement and will soon call beforeIt small cost
i the members of the appropriation -
a prize.
presented Delicious refreshments were committee which visited FlorIda II Black Eye Peas pounds f for 25c
served the following guests: Mr. last year. - - of49c
and Mrs. C. A. Knight, Mr. and i :After the hearing he conferred x

J. C. Robinson, Mr. and Mrs. with Congressman Wood and other
O. L. Beasley, Mr. and Mrs. W. M. members of the appropriation com- 10 pound bag, fine Granulated Sugar for - 55c b I

Walnwrlght and Senator and Mrs. mittee and urged their cooperation' .
E. M.-Johns. Congressman-Green today ap - - - & Sharpens any razor blade made, also the

AFTERNOON+ HIU1MJK 'peared, before the chief of bureauof 25pnundsGoodRitefor$1.00 f HHn old .
CLUB MEETSA plant quarantine and control style straight blade. The manufacturers -

and urged quarantine retention of t'rj ,
delightful bridge party was rules 62 and 37, same against the - - CfJ guarantee that by using the CHAM-

given by Mrs. C. A.,Knight Thurs- Importation of foreign bulbs. He FRESH FRUITS AND VEGETABLES I
day afternoon at her home to i said that upper' central Florida, In DAILY BERS SHARPENER you can shave from

friends and members of the After-' fact, all Florida was rapidly grow
noon Bridge Club. I ing into the greatest bulb,producing 60 to 100 times with the same blade.

Three tables were placed for section of the country; that Seed Irish Potatoes, per bus. $2; per bag $4.75

play in the living room which was Florida now produced almost one- Buy one and reduce bill to
made attractive by the pleasing arrangement half of all bulbs grown in the your shaving

of spring flowers. United States; that these Florida Giant Stringless Rean seed peck $2.50 .. only a few cents
Mrs. Edwards burns received bulbs were now free of diseases per - - a year.

high prize. Mrs. D. A. Montleth and Insect pest but that grave

was presented the guest prize. danger may be encountered" thru Crowder Pea Seed bushel-
The hostess served a salad lifting of the quarantine on forelg? - - - $3.50 The Chambers & Rowland Co.
course to the following players: bulbs. He said that FlorUa'a ex-
Mrs. O. L. Haynes Mrs. J.C. Rob- perience through the citrus canker
inson. Mrs. W. M. Walnwrlght and the Mediterranean fruit fly Shoes Shirts Overalls Dress Materials Sale Manufacturers
Mrs J. A. Long. Mrs. N Sternberg should never have to be repeated ,

Mrs. J. E. Wilson Mrs. Edward through the admission Into the JACKSONVILLE, FLA.Corpening's .
Burns, Mrs. 0. L. Beasley. Mrs. J. country of other pests and diseases! Farm linplemenlsANDREWS

E. Corpening, Mra. E. M. Johns, He urged protection of Florida
Mrs D. A. :Montleth and tea guest growers and their capital. '
Mrs. Ella Snyder of Landsdale, Pa.
Congressman Green alao today Drug Store

WOMAN'S: CLUB WILL appeared before the rules commit
MEET WEDNESDAY tee and urged rule for consideration STORESTA8K .
of the house bill which would Exclusive Dealers

Regular meeting of the Woman's authorize Federal loon at low
G Club of Starke will be held Wednesday rate of' interest, to drainage one FLORIDA STARKE, FLA.
afternoon Feb. 11. Mr A. reclamation districts throughoutthe "
Z. Adklna, 'chairman of music. In country. He said that through ,5c extra for mail orders

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? Mrs. .Ella Snyder and son, Ray, these certificates! I Clarice"Dicky, dear your office Cocoa- Parka & Van Neat, Inc.

I after a weeks visit with Senator PAY THIS JUST By paying this just debt now Is in State street, isn't it?" to start operation In new canning
,J and Mrs. E. M. Johns, returned to "
the will mil- "Yes
1 government Dicky- why? plant here.
Bits of Alachua Saturday. They will go lions of veterans to tide them Clarice--"Thafa what I told papa Mlaml-PllI.Qs underway for construction -
from there to south Florida for a L .
visit selves and their families over the He said he'd been looking you of new federal post orTlce
before to their
most desperate days they have up in Bradstreet building here
home in Lansdale, Pa ever faced. Pensacola to in
-- Survey begin
' ( Georgian)
" NeWs By paying this just debt now, Lake Worth-Dad Crone openednew near future on proposed Pen acolB-
I Mr. J. U. Mitchell Mr. Charles To the public demand, voiced the government will enable its filling: station on corner of A Mobile, Ala., canal.
tip Carleton, Miss Florence Wood mo- by the Hearst that creditors to hundreds of millions
newspapers, put and Twelfth streets recently. Howey in the Hilla--Machinery\ "
or I Ilet Concerning Our People, Basinet and tored to Lake City Sunday and the Federal Government pay in of dollars into circulation- Plant City Rahal Packing Co being installed in local grapefruitand

a rv Progreit of,the County, and Town. was accompanied by :Mr. MltcheU' cash the .adjusted.compensation north, east, south And west. of Cleveland Ohio, will operatetwo orange juice plant.
sister, Mrs.. Elizabeth Stevens certicates of all veterans Paying this debt when .
Q presenting just now, houses this season for cold- Tallahassee Florida 1930 crop
who has spent! the past few weeks them, the national executive millions of veterans need it more packing strawberries. &in valued at 91,008,230,000.

4Y ----- here. committee of the American than will need It ,
OOc:.525257WI : .5252525252t5Z5Z5u2rZStu 5iS ur2525258'LSr. Legionhas they ever again _. ,
Bt 1 morning now added the weight of Its will turn loose millions of dollars l
1 ATIIER RECORD Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Hoover spent and Mrs.
emphatic indorsement. which expenditure will give to gen :
Sunday in Jacksonville with rela: W. F. Jones of the Methodist par-
Congress ought not to turn a eral business a powerful stimulus
ded ,; Compiled,by Starke branch, U. tives. sonage were delighted to receive a deaf-ear to the American Legion's that will benefit the entire country. Good News! . Announcing;

forestry Department. visit from their old friends, Judge recommendation regarding a mat- "Justice Is truth in action", saida

Week ending,_Feb. 4, 1931. Mrs.. Robert H.- Stearna.and Wea-, and Mrs. Cassein and 'Judge and ter that involves the honor of the great British statesmanBenjamin -

:Max. MIn Preclp. Mrs. Speary, of Cleveland Ohio, nation as vitally as it does the Immediate Disraeli.We 'o
Date ley Stearns spent the week-end in
; who are spending a vacation in
needs of the veterans. put the truth In words when
<10..29 11 46 Fruitland Park with relatives. Lake City.NOTABLE. With other veterans organiza- we acknowledged this debt of the

an 30( 'T4' 39 tions, the Legion shares an intimate veterans and issued them adjusted '

an 31 T2 45 Mrs. D. P. Carpenter and Mrs.T. MEN TO SPEAK knowledge of the hardshipsthat compensation certificates.Let .

..1A J eb I 'T6 46 .. T, Long motored! to'Lake City AT PRESS CONFAB have driven more than 2,500- us put the "truth In action"by \e f fO
eb. 2 68 '4T Saturday afternoon. 000 veterans to obtain loans from cashing these certificates now.

eb. 3 6T' 42 the Veterans' Bureau upon their
(Continued from 1.
page. ) .
n&kL 'eb. 4 85 44 adjusted compensation certificates.
Mr.-G.-W.,Alderman and Mr. J.
No rainfalL M. Davis were In Lake City Sunday the only speaker, his assigned topic Better than any'Senator or Rep- \\OUD EXPERT FINDS
. . be Ink resentative in Congress, the' legioncan '.
iIt' '. ',.,\," ":":!I'.n.: " afternoon***;< ,t, ... u.''. , University"Saturday's bear witness to the urgency of MUCH MISl-KLUNQ

frs. P. G. Maddox; of Archer. _waavisitor' I Session i
," 1'.d, the need.among'itie' veterans! in -
Mrs. J. :M.'Mitchell and Mrs. R. ,
0 L In Starke Monday, [ F. Demorest .spent Thursday. in Opening at 9:30( Saturday morn- every state In thlUIJlon for the assistance Ambitious candidates for thisyear's
Jacksonville. ing with the singing of America, which the prompt redemption -
bees had better
j M. Mott of Brooker; was aBusiness the newspaper people will get under of these certificates will pro-
brush of the
C up on some more com-
visitor to Starke Tuesday., Mrs. Attic,Lamar and son, Phil- way with their own program vide. mon words If they hope to win
L of Quincy of Mr. after an official welcome from E. These certificates represent the
lip are guests out. For, according to Dr. Frank
Nathan Prevatt spent Sunday In and Mrs. J. M. Mitchell: A. Clayton, designated by President government's confession of a debt H. Vizetelly, noted etymologist ONYXSilk

arien, Ga., visiting friends. Oscar Thomas of the Gainesville for services rendered. They are there are many words In the Eng-
Judge and Mrs. A. Z. Adklns attended Chamber of Commerce to represent just as much a part of the war lish language In common use that

Ruby King and' World Beater the Florida State Bar Association him on that occasion. The debt as any other government ob' are consistently misspelled by the Stockings at Three
? seed. J. F. Klckliter. in Daytona Beach Fridayand response will be by R. N. Dosh, ligation. 'I great majority.
pepper Prices That Take
Saturday.Mrs. editor of the Ocala Star. Then will This debt will have to be paid Those who like to delve into VO

Mrs. Charlie Johns of Hugh was follow reports by Secretary Russell sometime It can be paid now by verse will probably be surprised to Care Of All Your

m Starke Monday.. A. J. Williams and son, Kay of Tampa and TreasurerI. slowing up the rapid rate at whichwe learn that words do not ryhme

Charles, and Miss Hazel McCoy, M. McAlpin of Dade City, com- have been liquidating the na they rime. Farmers no longer usea Stocking Needs!

Miss Elizabeth Craig of Kingsley were guests of Mrs. J. E. Corpen- mittee appointments and committee tional debt for the last ten years. plough they handle a plow.

Lake, spent Sunday with Miss Ing Saturday.Mrs. reports. After the war, the government Housewives do not use cocoanutin
Vera Claire Robinson.Mr. The following is the detail of adjusted the compensation due the their pies and cake, coconut 1 lathe ONYX PROVIDES THE! UTMOST IN VALUE

m H. L. Chamberlin of Par- the topics an..t'speakers for the owners of railroads by PAYING proper thing. They also use

and Mrs. D. C. Jones of sons, Kansas, arrived Thursday and Saturday morning program: THIS DEBT IN CASH. broccoli Instead of brocoli. Cer- fI.1l. *!*t78)-* very iheer, high twist chiffon stocking
a, Gainesville'were in Starke Satur- is the guest of her daughter, Miss 10:00-Publicity! Propaganda, S. To more than 7,000 war contrac- tain practices are no longer taboo, ..J with picot edge- H iilk. 27)- heavy lenricc ..

day. Betty Chamberlin. E. Thomason, Publisher Tampa tors it GAVE ADJUSTED COMPENSATION they are tabu.Professional. weight with cotton welt and foot 73 J-service

bA Morning Trl une. IN CASH.To gentlemen do not sheer, silk from top to toe, with picot edge. \

Get my prices on first class Florida Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Ray left 10:20Laws' Concerning News- 50,000 government employes wear Van Dyke boards, they are
loo". peanuts. J. F. Kickliter. Tuesday for Alachua, where Mr. papers, Hon. Stafford Caldwell, who received an
4.u Ray will be assistant liquidator for Jasper News, chairman Legislative $2,500 or: less during the war. IT consumers of shell food should no Smartness small cost 181-service.sheer, silk t,

Mr. Whine Lamborn from the the Bank of Alachua. Committee. GAVE ADJUSTED COMPENSATION longer use tobacco, they should to the top, with sturdy.cotton foot. Durable.
10.50: -Discussion led by C. P. IN CASH.
visited in |employ tabasco. Things that used
of Florida
Helfensteln, Suwannee Democrat, But Instead of in cash 30O-inmrt sheer stocking silk from tip to tool I I
Starke Saturday. Mrs. E. S. Matthews, Mrs. W. E. 'adjusting to be out of alignment are now out SI.00 <
Picot edge. Only dollar! 20O-service heerwiih
Live Oak the compensation "
due the veterans
oeI Middleton and Miss Madge Mld : lot ullnement. There are no longer
I, 11:00: Radio and the Press, the government Issued to them 20- cotton weir and (Iot. Will give excellent service
Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Long and dleton spent Saturday in Jackson any kleptomaniacs they are now
Jack, motored to Jacksonville ville. Major Garland Powell director year endowment policies clcptomanlacs. i.
son. Station WRUF, Gainesville. And for the small amounts which --- ---- -- ALL ONYX STOCKINGS HAVE FRENCH HEELS i
Monday 11:15: The Field Secretary the government permits them to
- Mrs. Frank Hoover, Mrs. A. W.
4 Mra E. L. Middleton and daughter Redgraves, Mrs. O. L. Haynes and Problem; general discussion and borrow on these policies It compelsthe 666
decision if possible. veterans to 6 cent Interest STERNBERG'SS.nrho
, pay per -
spent Friday in Starke with Don Hoover were in Waldo Thursday _
compounded for
Dr. and Mrs. W. E. Middleton. lOHI'14: Saturday Afternoon annually LIQUID Oil TAHLKTS
i their own money .
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ib Immediately after lunch Saturday -I Why should the veterans, most Cure Colds, Headaches, Fever Florida
Mr Ray Colley of Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs. N. G. Adams and i
reassembling at 1:30: the report of whom defended( this country 6 6 G J SALVE
visited his parents, Mr. and :Mrs. :McKay Johnson spent Sunday in
of the nominating committeeon the for and'
during war $1 a dRY CURES BABY'S COLD
Jacksonville with Mr. and Mrs.
j v Colley Wednesday.
officers will be received and I subsistence, he forced to wait yearsto -
Robert Johnson. ,
Uvlton's Tailor Shop .::clean : the election held. The remainderof collect their'debt? I er Q "
the program follows: Why should "the veterans' be I
11-14-tf. Mrs. B.V.. Curry. and Misses II I
ing pressing.
2:00- Importance of the Pressto forced to pay 0 per cent. Interest on
Pearl and Mabel Reddish of Jack- I I
Civic Progress, George R. Hil- the small amount of that
I | money
lfr and Mrs. W. S. Dukes of sonville spent the week-end with SPECIALS FRIDAY 6th! SATURDAY 7thPillsbury's
ty, publicity director Florida Power they are permitted to borrow on
Lake Butler spent Monday in Mr. and Mrs. I. J. Reddish. and Light Co., Miami. I ,

Starke. 2.30: -Florida's Tax Problem and 1
Mr. A. L. Driggers of Lulu and INFLUENZA
the Press,' Hon. Perry Wall, Tampa -
Mr and Mrs. J. S. Collins of son, A. 1. Jr., of Lake Butler were
chairman Committee Taxa 29c
I on Cake Flour)
Earlton, were visitors here Wednesday transacting business in Starke on tion. SPREADINGCheck .

Wednesday, 3:00-Report of Contest Depart- Colds at once with 000. ,
ment and awards Henry H. Hud- Women saIl it has helped them make the finest cakes they ever baked.
Take It
as a preventive
J H. Kelly of Brooker, was attending ,' Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Davis and son. I .
to business in Starke Monday daughters, Ida Lulu and Marjorie, :80' Cflrt Halve for liable
of Resolutions
motored to Gainesville Monday 3:30Report: ...... Bcd Grade No. 2 Can
Committee, R J Holly chairman. -.1. I II Lard
evening.Mr. 3:4: :)-. AdjournmentSILVER Compound
Mr and Mrs. J. H. Lord of Tampa Salt Bacon Sugar Corn

spent Friday and Saturday in and Mrs. E. E. Branch, en- SKHVICB BILL
Starke. route from Miami to their home at IS 1'ASSEO IN MRN'ATE j cans19c 2 22c
Jacksonville Beach, visited friendsin i ---- Pound15c,2 pounds - -

Mrs. S.' E. Brownlee Is visitingher Starke Thursday.Mrs. The bill authorizing the secretary TI1rATRE I ,

daughter, Mrs. A. V.. Long in . of the navy to deliver the silver GAINESVILLE FLA. -
Gainesville this week.. P. A. Maguire and little service presented to the United DEL MONTEPrunes,2pounds ROSE DALE SLICED

daughter, are the guests of Mrs. States for the battleship Florida, ,

Mr. and Mrs: Sam Anderson Maguire's parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. now out of commission, to the Governor

spent Monday in Archer with rela- M. Darby.Mr. of Florida, has passed the I Program Week Feb. 5 : ---1Se I Peaches large 35c ,

tives. senate, according to information I : ,! ,
and Mrs. S. E. Stelnmeyer from Washington.The . .
Mr. and Mra. J. A. Long and of Tallahassee, were weekend bill was introduced by Sena- TODAY

son, Jack, visited in Live Oak Sunday guests of Mr.and :Mrs. George C tor Duncan U Fletcher and reported : No. 2 CanTomatoes
:White. by Senator Park Trammell. Marie Dressier \ Extra Sp cial---r ILK

Mrs.W. Walnwrlgbt and MraIt Rev. L. G. Ray of Dinsmore and "What is that awful humming?", Polly MoranIn I CARNATION PET VAN CAMP'S .

C. Wall motored to Gainesville Hilliard, spent Tuesday with his "Oh just the theme song for a '
Monday. e aunts, :Misses Olive and Amelia moHqulto bite." I 0
"REDUCING"Addtil 2 cans15c 3 Large 25c 6 Small 25c
Ray. - --- -
Mr and Mrs. W. L. Wall and H\M s'Ct9'9ui: .%T I Cartoon,. Comedy, News I ,

Mrs. H. C. Wall spent Tuesday in I Mrs. Jeff Johns spent the week .. ,
Jacksonville.Mrs. end in Baldwin with her son, and Report of the condition of t* I, I
naiiK of Htarke, at Starke In the SATURDAY lJIAXJVElOUSE FULL CREAM
daughter-in-law Mr. and Mrs. State of Florida at the rloHe of

J. E. Wilson and Mrs. J. M. Freeman Johns. liena LlBcembrr lint.. 1930. bU.1 I
Ih..u.... Jack'OakieIn
i iI Brownlee spent Wednesday in Loans and DimountH ___" ,' I Coffee -35c Cheese 25c
I, Gainesville with relatives.Mrs. Mrs. Jeff Johns, Mrs. Freeman i' Overdrafts I'nltPfl states-DomlnC'xinty -- ,_u____, 284 21 j I pound- pound - - .
Johns and Miss Mirrle Saucer *
and Municipal r
afternoon in Mac- Bonds _'_ 11.800.01'// "The Gany Ilusler"Added.LOUISE I
N. T. Bitch and Mrs. C. A. spent Monday Sorurltlrn flp. ..*lterl with Clearbrook
Knight motored to Glen St. Mary clenay.Mra.. State Trpa..urpr for FAZENDA j
H ork holder. fteaerv I jI 3 Minute Oats 3 Minute Grits
Wednesday. Fund ___ _---- 3,00000 In Fall to A rain-Act Butter
Dale Vansickel of Gaines- Banking. irouna, Furniture I
ville, spent the week-end with her ft Fixture _. 7.BOOOO/ / / '

parents, Mr. and Mrs.,W. J. Ep Claim Other neal and Kwtate Other Jteanurce Owned- 9,093.33 Monday & Tuesday 3 Boxes 25c Pound 33c 3 Boxes 25c
person. I _ _____ lI.tOO.OO - - - - - - a
A Cash on hand and due
[CENT WORD from banks ..______'.211 Joan CrawfordIn
Mr. and :Mrs. W. J. Epperson Tax fortlflcafea ..____ 2.SU.J2.

COLUMN spent Sunday and Monday la MI- Items In prove .of___collection ______ 42101 YELLOW Goodwife Self rising
ami and while there were the Profit and Loa. ________ 2791 "Dance Fools Dance"in

guests of Rev. and Mrs. M. C. Stlth Total _ ____ .... _3367,666.42
: the (Onions 3 lOc Flour
FOR RENT-Furnished apartments and took paid. .""In" leeCapital _--.$ 1IS.OOOOO/ premiere showing the pounds 24 pounds - - 73c
J. F. Klckliter. 1-16-tf. Mr. and Mrs. S. S. Dowling Surplu fund _____ 29,330.69 South
daughter. Nettle, attended the funeral StatutoryI.lahlltty Added, Cartoon Comedy JVrws .

ROOMS FOR RENT_Furnished of.Mr*. Dowling's aunt, Mrs' Deposits. reeerve fund____ 2S3,9 1.1100011..M.Vote Reliable Fancy FirmPotatoes Assorted

apartment upstairs. 4 rooms, Delle SWItzer In Tallahassee Sun- : counted* and bill. redle-______ 09,00000AU WEDNESDAYMarion I i

with bath, corner Madison and day. other liabilities u____ 1.31409 'i... Peanut Butter JELLO

Bay streets. Phone 15o-W.. It I Mrs. L. S. Hutto returned home Total of, .Florida--County-. ... I3H7.MS43Slate of Bradford \ 'navies I .
I PoundJar-- l 10 29c/3for f
WANTEDLat model' Ford or! Sunday after a ten days visit, with and I,'Rawaon MS.: J. Pawl, caahler of thibovenamed i in pounds - - - - 22c
at Orangeburg
Chevrolet car. Prefer Tudor se- her parents Bank, do solemnly I '*Bacheor father" .
dan or coupe.See me Saturdayor Columbia, S. C. She was called 'wear that the above atatement I* - ..
+ to the b..t of my knowledgeind
Sunday N.' D. Walnwright, home on account of her mother'sUness. run r._II"l 'f. and that It I I. In rooponne Added Comedy and New.
Jr. ItEEDS .. to official' notice to report by the
Comptroller:: of the Htale of Florida.

; --Just received shipment Mrs. -Edythe Montgomery and RAWSON ATTK8TK. J DAVIS Caahler.' I ComingLawrence mc SmilE"fl' I v .
of all varieties'bean and Snowflake -,I:Miss Mae Patchet called on friendsIn ... MATTHEWS Tibbett and
and Norfolk Market seed Lake City Sunday. They were A M DARBY.
accompanied by Miss Mae Bikes JOHN UOL.OW1.Llr.ctore.. Grace Moore in t i
corn. Also have full line garden
seed. See before buying who visited :Mrs. Ida Evlll, a colege I Subscribed and .....0.... to before ire Salts faction. Is a ,Certainly"
us ill in ibis 34th day nr January, IU-, "New
U me Moon"
classmate, very .
"e will Brownlee ....... MCRA10. '
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save money. "
Bros. you 1-30-tt the Lake City hospital. I -- { otar,.. ('ubUo.L .. - ...... ,. ...."'AS"" - - -n-- '" rr



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PAGE SIX -- -- -- Iklt
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I Crotalaria Stands First FOR PLANTING MANYFLOVERfNO 1+ p

Hints To HousewivesWeekly i ] PLANTS Change of train-

FARM NEWS SECTIONConducted As Soil Building Crop [ 4th, as follows: schedule! Jl"-

-- from Horn Demonstration Specialists, Tallahassee Gainesville, Fla. February is Southbound NO.1 11:09:
(By L. T. Dyer, County Agent). the Ideal month for planting many local. p. *>

Crotalarla is practically a new CITRUS, PRESERVESWhile boiling water. Let stand 10 min beautiful flowering shrubs in Florida Southbound No. i' )1123: ,.
By crop having been introduced Into I II utes and rinse them in three though very little planting can local. "

L. T. DYER, County Agent' Florida only a few years ago by an abundance of citrus I, changes of water. Make a slit 1-4 be done in northern states Major Southbound, No. 107 u'nn*
hunters. one side of each fruit, W. L. Floyd, professor of horticulture limited. *,
MISS PEARL JORDAN, Home DrnnoaiitraMoa Agent the government plant fruits are on hand the housewife I inch long on
Its boll In water for 15 minutes Florida College of Agriculture Southbound No. 191
-- - During these few years popularity should not forget that they will and ):/.04&..
has spread rapidly until now make good preserves.' Try a few Repeat this boiling process three recently explained. Our limited. -

flORID it is grown In every county In the Is the best test., times. Then drop the kumquat into plants are more nearly dormant at No. 3, 6:35 a. m.

A TRUCK IS HELD BACK state and in several other states. Grapefruit Perservea' a boiling sugar solution made this time, transpiration Is less, and' Southbound No. 103, 5:in ,. .
: *
I I' Thousands of acres of the crop Use 1 pound of grapefruit peel, by water. Boll gently until trans- the Injured roots will heal and new. limited. <

are grown in the citrus groves and 3-4 pound of sugar, 1 pint of water parent and until the syrup givesa ones form in time for the growing Northbound' No. 2, 4-55:I a. m, .b

BY RAIN AND COLD WEATHER' other groves of south and central and 2 slices of lemon, 1-8 Inch' slight jelly 'test. If the vessel is season a little later. I cal.

b Florida. The farmers of north and thick. I covered just before it is moved Flowering shrubs that he suggested -. Northbound No. 12, 330: P. .a

west Florida are slower to take up Select bright fruit with a thick I from the flame,* and allowed to planting now Include abella, locaL

t the crop, but are now finding it peel, and wash carefully, using a stand for 25 minutes it will helpto buddlela, Calllstemon, camellia, I Northbound No. 108, 5:29: 1bI.
'f Orlando, Fla., Jan.30.-A late report shipments will necessarily be light adapted to their needs also' as a brush to remove stains. Cut in' plump the fruit. cestrum, hibiscus, hydrangea, jasmine lied

from the United States Department until the last of this month. soil building crop. strips or shapes. Remove the bitter Sour Orange Preserves oleander, epriea, and vibur Northbound NO.4, 7:05: B. ..
{ of Agriculture, Bureau At Sarasota there were 348 acres There are over one hundred varieties from the peel by adding 2 Cut or grate off the yellow part num. Roses also fall in the February limited. '.

of Agricultural Economics, with of early celery of which 80 acres of crotalarla being grown at pints of, water to the pound of fruit from oranges, leaving the white class.Among Starke A Wannee Branch

*M ; headquarters In this city, says that were for mldseason and 500 acres I the Florida Experiment Station, end the lemon, and boiling for 15 portion of the peel. Cut in halves, the herbaceous perennials No. 101 leaves 7:00 n, m.

the Florida truck crops have had for late harvest to be planted the I but only two varieties are very minutes. Pour off the water, and squeeze out the juice, but don't he named were alyssum, aspidistra No. 102 arrives 2:40: p. m.

i very unfavorable growing weather latter part of this month. There well known Crotalarla Striata repeat the process until the desired break the peeL Put 4 oranges so I canna, crinum, gladiolus, -
for the past three weeks. Continued were 1,200 acres last year. I and Crotalaria Serlcea (sometimes taste Is reached. Then add the fixed into 5 quarts of water, and lilies, and tuberoses. These are Blue Bus Schedules

cold and heavy rains which have Manatee county had 650 of 800, called Spectaballs). Everyone in- peel and lemon to a boiling syrup boil for 20 minutes. Change to I grown from bulbs' or rootsticks, Southbound-9:37: a. m., 11.87

keen prevalent have delayed the acres set on January 1,and expects terested In growing the crop should made from the sugar and a pint of fresh water and boll for 15. Change : and should be planted in well pre a. m., 4:07: p. m., 0:37: p. m., U:.

maturing of the crops and also the I Its heaviest movement from January I become familiar with the two va- water. Boll until the peel is transparent the water twice more, boiling from; pared carefully enriched soil, 40 p. m.

,, planting' of seed for spring harvest. 20 to February 30. rieties. and the syrup sufficiently 8 to 10 minutes. Drain, and boll I which is well drained, but of good Northbound: O a. m., 853;

{ I Planting of the spring crop of The Crotalaria Serecia (called in a syrup made from 1 part of I water holding capacity. a. m., 1:33: p. m., 4:23: p. m., 8.J: !

:' Weather conditions have direct cucumbers has already started In Spectaballs, also) is the variety heavy.Whole Kumquat Preserves) sugar in 1 part of water until fruitIs Annual flowering plants have always p. m. .

ly or Indirectly curtailed the move- Hardee county and in the Trough best suited for use by the general Use 1 pound of kumquats to 3-4 transparent. As the syrup bolls I created much Interest, since Tickets and information It

ment of most all truck crops. section of Sumter county. There farmer as Its stalks are more brittle pound of sugar and 1 pint of wa down, add water to keep the original -' they can be started easily and will Smith's Service Station, next b

Beans, eggplant and strawberries were 11,000 acres of spring cucumbers and decays more easily when density. Pack the transparent bloom quickly. Many of these are courthouse.

have been shipped mostly by ex In' Florida last year from cut Into the soil. It has broader ter.Wash the qumquats in soap and fruit, strain the syrup, and boil it' planted earlier, but succession -

press. Cabbage and celery have I which 836 cars were shipped. leaves, larger seed pods, and larger water. Sprinkle them with a ta- until thick. Pour it over the fruit, plantings may continue Into Feb- Closing of Malls

Increased considerably in, volume Yields were poor and averaged 50 seed than the Striata variety. blespoonf of soda, and cover with and process 10 minutes, then seal. I ruary. Those plants that are Injured North

over December shipments but are'I' bushels per acre.Sblpments The seed of the Serecla (Specta by cold are usually not planted Train No. 12, 3:30: p. m.

not up to normal. of eggplant from Ft. balls variety cost a little more than SEED TREATMENT until after the middle of the Train No. 4, 6:40: p. m.
New potatoes have started from Myers have been light, mostly by the other variety, probably becauseIt I PROGRAM"The CONTROLS month. The ones he suggested for South
South Florida. Picking of straw express, with an occasional solid is not quite so extensivelygrown. I Voice of planting soon include ageratum, Train No. 11, 11:00: a. m.

berries is increasing some what but car but will Increase with warmer I Florida"I I seed aster, calllopsls, cosmos, marigold, Train No. 1, 6:40 p. m.
the total movement is considerably weather. Spring plantings last The greatest value of Crotalaria Gainesville;Fla. Treating nasturtium, petunia, phlox, poppy. Starke A: Wannee

,: leas than last season? Tomatoes year totaled 850 acres which, yielded is for the green manure crop. Although Gainesville Fla. The Florida sweet potatoes with corrosive sub- verbena and zinnia. Mall closes 7:00: a. m.

will Increase as the weather clears 224 bushels per acre. it is of great value even farm hour will begin from state limate is an effective means diseases for Mall arrives 2:40: p. In.
and quality Improves. The movement of peppers con after it has been killed by frost preventing several fungus
radio station WRUF at noon every later on, WHOLE 1100 PRESERVED
I, Continued cold weather has been tinues light to moderate from Pompano and dried, but It gives the most I day next week, and at 7 o'clock that might give trouble B. Tisdale No Sunday service.:
holding down bean shipments) to Ft. Myers, Palmetto and value if cut into the soil just before 6, Union according to Dr. W. I No. 12 last train for registers.
I Friday night, February for the Florida DeLand, Fla.-A 100-pound hog
I seven or eight cars a day and most Wauchula, totaling from three to frost. One acre will produceas will broadcastthe plant pathologist Train 12 best air mail connections.
)' county club boys was recently made into 45 pints
of these have been 'going ten Seed beds for the of Experiment station. .
by express cars a day. high as 3,000 pounds green .-
All-Florida 4-H club program and 16 quarts of canned meats, 5
Just before bedding those potatoes -
V from Pompano. Movement spring plants have been sowed. matter.
the Florida Agricultural Extension that show rots or blemishes pounds of canned broiled steak, At the beginning of the
should increase materially the late Last year there were about 5,000 With this large amount of vege- year
Service announces. should be discarded. The healthier and 15 pounds of fresh meat by farmers should determine where
ter of this month. which 300 bushels I
part Preparation acres produced tation turned into the soil each be
The 4-H club, program will Mrs. A. H. Boynton farm woman,
ones should be disinfected for losses and mistakes occurred last
for the spring is goingon. acre. the soil becomes
crop per more ,
year porous 4-H
that will thrill
full of music here. She had the heart and
Palm Beach county, Lake section January is a busy month for potato and holds moisture better during five,to eight minutes In a solutionof near year.Another's.
folks, as well as contain Inspiring tongue left for cooking and has
y at the end of December had growers in Florida. Plantingis dry seasons. It holds the plant announcements.The corrosive sublimate made by
talks and official made scrapple from the head. This I
2.600 acres planted. Plantings going on In the Hastings and food in the soil that would other., will be dissolving three ounces of the cry .
since then have been light but they Lacrosse districts. Weather conditions wise leach out with heavy rains.In .i weather forecast given stal in 24 gallons of water. After was done at a cost of about three I ToothbrushIs
early in each noon program.A of kerosene and
will begin heavy the first of Feb have slowed up operationsbut addition to the humus, it addsa to be at 10 bushels have been treated add gallons one day's
list of the talks given
work. To further
; ruary. In central Florida plantingwill the crop should be in the large amount of nitrogen to the one-half ounce more of the crys- supply her pantry -
noon follows: shelf she took 6 hens and Not For You
start in February. In 1930. ground by the first week in Feb soils as It is a legume plant.In News tals, make up to 24 gallons with { can
Sat., Feb. 7-Florida Farm ned 14 of chicken accordIng
the state planted 20,500 acres of ruary. Movement of the south comparison with other Important water and treat 10 more bushels. quarts -
and Hints. U. S. Farm Science to Miss You want In the same
Cole home own
The solution should then be dis- Orpha your
spring beans which yielded 85 Florida Red Bliss has started and soil building crops, tests show
r Snapshots.Mon. .carcled. He advised bedding the demonstration agent. way insist:: on having your own
bushels per acre. 31 cars had been shipped to Jan that beggar weed adds 17.8 pounds dormant
Feb. 9 The SprayIn'
A The movement of cabbage from uary 16.Lettuce. of nitrogen per acre, while velvet potatoes as soon as they are treat. reliable tried-out remedy
Scab Control-E. F. DeBusk. Corrosive sublimate is a deadly Butter Is defined by an act of liver biliousness and con
various sections all over the state and romaine are about beans add 37.5 pounds; cowpeas, torpid ,
has been totalling 23 to 35 cars a cleaned up at Sanford and fast beIng 14.3 pounds, and Crotalarla 111.3 The Use of Concentrated Fertilizers LouisH. poison, and should. be handled congress as the food product made stipation-Carter's Little Liver

day, but movement has not been shipped from Palmetto. ThereIs pounds. No other crop has giventhe in Highlands County with care.FLORIDA. exclusively from milk or cream or Pills..Take Carter's and stir up
Alsmeyec' both, with or without salt
heavy from any one district. The tttlll some escarole left at San- same amount, of green matter Tues., Feb. Preventing Injury with or without additional common the two pounds of bile that

acreage in the state is placed at ford and Manatee as well as at and as much real plant food per from Melon and Pickle WormsJ. PRESS TO HOLD matter, and containing mot coloring less cleanses the whole system.
9,400 acres with an estimated yield' Winter Garden. Young plantings acre as has Crotalaria. This is the SESSION AT GAINESVILLE Red bottles. Any drag store.
R. Watson. Farm 'Question than 80 percent by weight of milk
of 6.0 tons or 264 hampers per were not hurt by the frost and reason for its growing popularity, fat. Take Carter's.

acre. In most sections the crop should mature Into good stock. its high priced seed, its name "the Box.Wed.., Feb. 11-Some Progress Gainesville, Fla.-The Florida

has been coming along slowely on Due to unfavorable weather, wonder crop." I Made in North and West Florida State Press Association will hold 000-- .... -- -,.... _._ ___ ..... .... ____
account of cold weather movement of strawberries has The many tests that have been It's its annual meeting at the University -
i During 1930-A. P. Spencer.
The condition of celery is lower I continued light,with three to seven carried,out with it show amazing !i' New Kind of World-James of Florida, February 13 and 14,
than in December due to poor cars a day, mostly by express. results In increased yields of crops Speed. Home Demonstration In connection with the first annual Strawberry Plants of QualityIn

growing weather. Plants for setting I There have been but 75 cars shipped following it. Corn usually doubledIn Agents in Another Year of Serviceto Institute of Inter-American Af

t the late crop are not growingand to date compared with 243 cars yield per acre. The citrus grow Florida Home Makers-Mies fairs. The editors will follow the

plantings are considerably under to January 1, 1930. Quality has ers are saving around 50 percentof Flavia Gleason. Institute program Friday morningand our 51 years as plant growers this Is the shortest

last year. With completionof been only fair. the commercial fertilizer bills Thurs., Feb. 12-Baclllary White will take up their own pro- crop of plants we have ever produced Its not over 35 per

the late setting, it is estimatedthat The fall crop of tomatoes has and are producing a higher qualityof Diarrhea in Chicks Dr. E. F, gram that afternoon and Saturday.A cent normal over the entire country Quality of plants,

there will be 6,025 acres in the been harvested and was very un fruit. It is truly the greatest Thomas. .The Farm Reporter at large array of notable speakersis the best ever-we are now making shipments Into your
I)' state compared with 6,50 acres last satisfactory. Quality was mostly soil building crop grown. Farmerscan Washington.FrI. being scheduled, and a.good attendance section.

t year. A yield of 480 Florida poor to fair and prices low. The now grow their fertilizer Instead ., Feb. 13--Some Farm Progress of the press crowd is an Missionary 1000 to 5000, $3.50 per thousand; 10,-

crates Is forecast compared with south Florida acreage has been of buying it Made in Central and South ticipated.The 000 or over f S.Z5. See eur agents and place order. Our

53O In 1930. On January 6, Seminole further reduced to 11,100 acres total Next week I will tell how to Florida During 1930-A. P. Spen Suwannee Press Associationwill catalog fa free for the asking.

county had 3,158 acres set for Dade, Collier, Broward and grow the crop. cer. A study of the Methods of hold Its quarterly meeting at Agents: Brownlee Brosu, A. J. Thomas Ray Newsom,

: compared' with 4,000 In 1930. While Lee counties by a very heavy rain Cultivating Cucumbers In Florida0. the same time and place. and O. W. Roberts, Lawtey, Fla. See them and place order

1 this is an 942-acre reduction, most about a week ago. Quality of the SERIES OF SCHOOLS IN E. TImmons. early to make sure of wants We will hold yuor order.

operators feel that a large part of fruit ready for harvest is very DRESS-MAKINO TO COVER The State Marketing Bureau in I

!' this acreage will be set to late poor, much 'phonia rot showing up, STATE WILL BEGIN SOON Jacksonville >will broadcast the

plantings and that the county will but will get back to normal if good previous day's movements of farm RATSNAPKILLS J. A. BAUERThe
be about 400 acres short of last weather comes. Later plantings Tallahassee, Fla. A series of .
products each week day at. 11 a.
I year when 4,300 acres were plant. are in fair condition. Dade county dressmaking schools for home demonstration Strawberry Plant Man JudsonJa Ark. Box tl
m., and the day's opening market Also mice.
Absolutely prevents
; ed. There were but 80 acres under has set or to be set, 5,000 acres; club members will begin
reports at 12:45: p. m. odors from carcass. One package .. .. ... ... ....
paper January compared with 170 Broward, 3,000; Collier, 2,500, and the last of January and continue a .a -- J_ .. . _ .A J '
acres the year before, therefore Lee, 600. As soon as the quality through March, state home demon proven this. RAT-SNAP come In
ATTEND BULB CONFERENCE cakea-no mixing with other food.
stration workers These
: r schools will last for three days in Guaranteed. I
I DeLand, Fla.-T. A. Brown, 35o size 1 cake -enough for i
each community, and such problems -
county agent for Volusla county, Pantry, Kitchen or Cellar. '
I as pattern alteration, simple
f I. attended a conference in Washing 63o size 2 cakesfor Chicken
Do You Know ? trimmings, the use of machine attachments
- -
: :
and the like will be ton D. C., January 29 in Interestof house, coops, or small buildings.. / e

studied. At the end of the school Florida bulb growers. The meet. $1.25 size 0 cakes enough for

It each woman will have made a simple Ing was. called by Lee A. Strong I' all farm and out-buildings, storage r

;9 cotton dress for herself. federal quarantine inspector, and buildings, or factory buildings
I such topics as restrictions on the Sold and guaranteed by Corpen-
Similar schools are to be held over
9 the state to study making textiles entry of foreign bulbs were. dis I Ing's Drug Store, The Nyal Store,
f+ cussed. Starke, Fla.I. ;oG HERE s an actual opportunity male your
curtain draperies, and'other do double duty toas much for

home improvement items. The your money is no small matter when you
fe# *V % T tetfyh***. 1 county home demonstration I.I I. consider the well balanced assortment of standard

y' agents, as well as state workers, I publications which are entertaining, instructive, and enjoyable
and machine specialists will assist BROWN LEE BROS., Starke Fla. in the widest variety. We have mad it easy
with these for you -simply select the club you want and send ot
. meetings.
bring; this coupon to our office TODAY.
J Pn......;... Firmer. 1
"wMKc v?,< fx; I,1 w P'w.'y1NJ{ ,. v ,} ,' N t 110...erode.d, I year. rear ALL SEVEN

Gainesville, Fla. During 1930 l.aad GantJawaman : .year.. ... I.a. FOR ONLY
workers at the Florida Experiment THERE'S IAw.ei...., I }
p Station studied 143 projects, and profit in knowing AND Tha Farm THIS Jaaraal. I yaar $1 0 85

found the answer to a number of where to get what you wantWe'll For On. Yaar NEWSPAPER =
projects that were vexing Florida
farmers. Some of the most practical SPECIAL CLUB N... A-4
when wantit. I>lxfa Poultry Journal.. 1
discoveries came from pig Be you H_.. Friend, 1 .... year
.,t e feeding citrus fertilizing, berry IHaalratod Mackanlca.' 1 ya I ALL SEVEN
Full stocks as. Rama Clrcla. I
growing, tung oil fertilizing, and Caad Blorl... t ywar rare FOR ONLY
insect control experiments. During On Time Caanlrr Ho.._. I yam }
sure de. 4Farniarly Farm ftraaUa)
prompt 1CLIP
the year 13 bulletins were add AND THIS NEWSPAPER $1

ed to the large list the station now liveries of Bradley's Fertilizers For 0.. Yaar
has for free distribution. m

Moat of the experiments are TAA QUALITY") A U U..11. . . '
conducted at the main station here, . grade . . . .u'YesMil

4'4' e i4,. but there are four branch stations f for every crop and soil con
and a number of field laboratories znrron, Bend Bamin No,. ,,,J"

scattered over the state. dition. And more profit for J'J'f .
Improves shipments will show al' 5 5
material increase every single dollar you invest. I I Towns .

Other Florida sections are preparing '
land for their spring '
crop. State P.. F. DBradford
I Manatee, Vero Beach. Ocala and i >
I Sumter county districts will hive y--_... BRADLEY'SFERTILIZERS Bri.. .. w.Il thle CNm"e Ie ... .111. _._NOW
JS. I . . . . .m. . .'.
. .
.. their usual acreages this year. a/ Qality fitnuryktg.
\ : ::::
: ,_THAT Al.*andar Graham Ball, Inventor of the telephone 1 Is Several complaints of damage to .
1. on this hliiaido overlooking th. little town of Haddock on the seed beds In Manatee county have County Telegraph

';t ,,' \ arse 4'Or La....., Cape Br.ton Island Nova Scotia, where he used to been! received and some replanting j
I .speed his summers His wife lies beside him.. has been done.


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COUNTY TELBOHAPU. ST_ RKE, FLC'l: :>_\ , "= -.
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6 I9S1k
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the Haynes cottage near the school

: which is / --l. Mid-West Motorists Set Record Trek To Miami .1sari I house.

Society Mrs. J. B. Kennard of Alacbua -

: Mrs Hart: county attended church at the "

1WaeMp Methodist church last Sunday .
Endeavor F. M. Taylor, L. J. 11. D. May

I 'p0tt \. and J. P. Johnson and J. B. Pre-
in the past
} vatt transacting business in
ttptord is i lamp auto my feet, md a light into ay puk- : it has meant to -. Starke last Monday.

in approximately Mrs. J. R. Colley spent the week.

h Ctnrh f"2f-' un All religious teaching of the 1c1INA end with friends in Jacksonville.
e ;. creed, if they are to life and a .
the love,loyalty and devotion of the people, must be in service which in
on teachings of Jesus the Christ whose words fit into every : in numberless ; FARM WOMEN HAVE RECORD 1

,fthe, human heart l and of whom it was said in John'1:46,": church memo HAY CANNING OKAI'EFUUIT
TB IS MAN." tltl
AWE LIKE millions of lives O1NS .)

WEEKLY SERMONETTEIx Phlllppians 4:6, 7. motive and pur- C aa Brokksvllte, Fla. -' At the Her-

Prayer-Save us, SON nando county home demonstration
I. the Law of heaven kitchen here women recently canned -
I and fretting.
worry ed young pep-
loved the rest-In Thy promises.I to 1.020 cans of grapefruit hearts
I 3:16.: For God so church prior }
Jobn in one day. According to Mr*
that he gave his .only be- I What charge express It. In
odd. Florence Albert, home demonstration -
that whosovere be- :times to Joshua? description of
r :
Botten Mavt AtidNVlltf'arA agent, the kitchen Is constantly -
in him should not perish, Joshua 1618.: H. K. Rowe
eveth used
everlasting life. of Religion In the 1S / being ,
it have February 10 ,\i; /[ OOn .
I John 15:12: ; 13, 14 Jesus said: of the period- regal The Florida Experiment Statlom

hla is my commandment, thate How to Escape of the Christian v bratOvv / at Gainesville has a farm inventory

one another, as I have lov- cause thou hast people in the form with helpful suggestions
13. Greater love bath no which Is my refuge, a position of for taking the inventory, and will k;

you.than this, that a. man lay High, thy ; They furnish sub send a free copy to any Florida

Sown jm his life for his friends. 14.Va no evil 'befall thee () in the polemics, farmer. The first of the year is toe

are my friends, if ye do whatso- any plague come ; they were best time for most Inventories. An

I command you. For he shall give his of the sev- Inventory will show where the business -

iver Prayer-May Thy new Law of over thee to keep ; were the objects stands, furnish a list of the

ve be written by the Holy Spirit ways.-Psalm' : and chief moth +Rr .J4 :,t awL property, and serve as a credit +
the con-
hearts. Prayer-We a } statement.
[pon our this organization of,,
Father, for
trust is only in where these exist Now ia the time to breed dairy z t.

DULY BIBLE READINGS T4 whom Is \ grew to maturity cows for fall freshening. Be aura

Answer, read- : turn teachers and to use a good bull.KILLS.

February 6, 1931 .church If they had

I February gifts of

Admit the Master-Behold, I a will to become

Land at the door, and knock; ifXny The windows of as a class until RATS

man hear my voice, and open ye all the tithes of manhood and ,

flthe door, I will come in to him that there may be were expected to ri c

land will sup with him, and be with. salth the Lord the of the sanctuary." and mice -that's HAT-SNAP, the

9 me.He that bath an ear, let him en, open and pour you you Francis Endeavor E. Clarke was TYPICAL dTArtN OI Ge,Nr6/IWAYA2P u i% '' ,. t< old reliable rodent dentroyrr. ,'
AKOrA Cotneit In rakoM-no mixing with
that there shall ANONf 3OOTN OP
salth.-Rev. church of I
the Spirit ter we. t'
what I
back If It
hear ough, to receive it. : other food. Your money
Feb. 2,
B on
: full.
I Prayer-"Come in tiny heart, Prayer-Father, the society this winter will Ski: size, 1 rake enough for i ,
this divine on
into heart obey search for a class In the belt condition It Miami la putting
I Come my Increase 01 The route Is '
Lord Jesus; know Thou cannot AUGUSTA OA An lure the greatest motor hegira southIn I'untry, Kitchen or ( .t'lIlu.61'k1 .
J today. interest of over 20 percent in Southbound motor has ever been Federal Highway Florida' history size 2 rakes for Oilrkrn
and for what sum did every promise The society spread with No.35 at Augusta from Port Huron. ..
which as
j To whom, traffic over 0. S Highway Route Number I merge Route No. run flutist, coops, or small building ?
sell his Lord and Master? What first convention south to Miami. Is one of the Detroit Toledo Lima. Dayton, Clnrln- .
running for
Judas Port
I into 3ft running from Mlddleiboro.Morrtatown $1.25 .!.1:110I: / rakes enough
( Answer, read-Matt. 261416.: lead others? Answer Mass., In 1884. Michigan through' Dt troU. Aahnllle.AlIjtu"ta. moat perfect example of a high speed nail Lexington.Asheville Corbln.Ilendrrsonvllle.Oreenvlll all farm and out-bulldlnK, storagebuildings
ousness United ,
the following year Jacksonville! to Miami I la express motor route In the EdReftrld building' -
.. Greenwood or factory
7, 1931 51.12, 13. all day it artty
February the Christian En- clUb official and States. On can speed Dinley.WaycroM .
reported 05 motor Louisville Lyons Sold and Guaranteed by Coi'iwnDrug -
hour. clip over a Augusta
Cursed is I under juris traffic authorities along the route A or ilxty mile an Jacksonville. Ot AugxiHttne. The Nyal Store,
February Store
Cursing of Blessing ribbon of cement. lagli,
of Maine. The dealer here reported increase For Pierce Weal
I the man that trusteth in man, and laws ) gnwiine. In his November sales Tour authorities itate that the gala I Ilpo.t.a Daytona Beach. Sturkr, Flu.NOTUII.
Reward of was established o: 3 000 gallon Palm Beach to Miami. ,
and whose and entertainment - -
flesh his arm, of last
maketh over that year
I heart depareth from the Lord. exalteth himself ; Conn. : nv !.:!.!.:' '1'IUV
and he that the census taken
Blessed is the man that trusteth Hampton, will fill his regular appointment Hy the power vexlcd In them the : 1
Endeavor worship, song '
be exalted.-Luke : Christian assistance 7:30 p. m. Evening 'notion of }
the Instrumental Itunrd of I'ublio InBti
Lord, and whose hope choir with
[ In the movement had here next Sunday morn- Klorldii. herebylull.
But in lowliness the and sermon. Kradforil Pounty,
I Lord is-Jeremiah 17:5, 7. tribes. very soon. nn elaclluii. to I'.. lield' onMunh
Lord, perfect that esteem others nations and at 11 a m. and 7:30: p1 Prayer meeting Wednesday at Ing and evening. 3. 11111 nt lUxIn! School '
Prayer Worship
selves. Look not who was elected ; 7:30: m. Choir practice Immed- Mrs. Elmore Redd of Alnchua llmiHA:: m Hpnolnl 1 Tan SrhnaltI.I l
which concerneth me. Thy mercy p. rkt Number 16 of rirndfnrtlCounty
endureth forever. Forsake not the own things, but first meeting serv- m.B.. Y. P. U. at 6:30 p. m. Gussle iately following prayer meeting.A visited friends. and relatives here Florida, to determine. t
of of the society not shall receive Kelly ,
the things cordial invitation to all our whether or woo
works of Thine own hands. Intermediate Mae Bennett, president, All our lust Sunday I Hpnolnl. Tux HUIrlct No V, to teronNolldaleil
the 2:3: 4. to the these services extended to all. the with us, to elect. three
Where, and by whom was people should attend F. C Gould, who ban been i
In young
Endeavor i will determine the s.mountof
Prayer-Lord u ,
body of Jesus burled? Answer, Dr. services and get the educationalhelp The Woman's Auxiliary guest of his son Arthur Gould, of tr..ntll. he. asNKsnud '''airalnstnnlil '
that carries the ; succeeded by Feb. 10th, ;
meet Tuesday evening, .
read- Matt. 27:57: 60. from the lesHona. Sharps returned to his home here) uoimiillilateil
of the one be heldon with Mrs John Uglow. Mrs. C. I hA purpose, or holdlnK said
roll call will 'jd
Our last Sunday elnctlon the following are appoint'
February 8, 1931 ness.Who In Florida was next Wednesday at 7:30 p. m. N Christy' will lead the devotionon Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Taylor have ", ii" niimm'trHM, M MPUI, L.OU.
will take Union Congrega "Business and Stewarduhlp." no Crawford and II. Ii.wle.. i
the wordof 1"v' Last year there were ninety-five recently been shopping in It.lI.MAY, : '
Power of Word-For Jacksonville on
I thirst, and wipe of answer to theirnames. Officers will be elected for the en- t."Iman.!
God Is quick and powerful, and I from your eyes? The first convention members prescntto Mr. Ralph Pearson stluke'l A. C1IlIIl'FIS,
there suing
be year.
sharper than any two-edged sword,I Re\ 18, 17. was held In Ocala See how many Roll cnn Is Called Murray of Mlo, Secretary, tao5t2i7NOIUM
time. "When the the winter with -
piercing even to the dividing asunder ---. upending
That Is I of. ici.ic'ii: N iHy
I'll be
of soul and spirit, and of ,the CHRISTIAN EN B. Grose a young Up Yonder here. i
) Now be present at your and Mrs. IlolllngH who have
true. Mr.
of the heart. to
and intents 60T1I
thoughts KKATES I his gifted pen officers the power vented In them the
Hebrews 4:12.: the movement church roll call. Reports from HAMPTONMiss been guests of Hotel Hampton for Ttmird of I'ublln Instruction of 11.11.1. .

Thou and societies will be given Ada Nlmmii, C.... several weeks left for points In ford County, Florliln. hereby rail ran
Prayer-Lord God, open Members of to draw the original election to hn hold. on March 8.lulli t
mine eyes, that I may behold wondrous society of the well known Christ- and refreshments will be served by south Florida< last Monday lit the Kelly. School house InKpnulnl !
Union. II. Forbes, who has been Tax School District No. *.
the W. M. been Mr. J.
of law. O. who has t
things out Thy had charge of monogram. Mrs. Haynes hanmany llrit'tfon c'ounty Florliln for the
weeks :
What charge was given three last Sunday, the things the Christian visiting friends and relatives In quite III for several purpose of laternilnlne whether or .
hero who are glnd thin illMlrlct' nhiill noiiNolulnte ,
friendu not
times to Joshua? Answer, read- 60th anniversary accomplished are 1, rilESHYTEUIAN Valdosta, Gn, returned to her condition has with ItlMlnur tlpnflal. Tax IMntrlil Nin "

Joshua 1:6-13.: Endeavor.. the young people to home last Saturday.W. to know that his Urnilftirrl ('.."nty, KlorMo.. !.
.. .
i1 rinlna
truMtixm and t
A. fine It discovered them Services Sunday, February 8th, P. Hlrt and family of Ala- Improved of ThcrcHtut elect the uinuiiiit three, of mllluiia to !>. it"."'"- '

February 9, 1931 Miss Lucille 3,. It discovered as follows:: chua county, were the guests of MIMI Thelma Sullivan and .*,I against. Mali,.1 uonwoltitated dlM* '
of I
and through C. N. J. W. and Miss Ada Nlramo was the guest trio
An End to Worry-Be careful out. Several church 10 a. m, Sunday School Mr. here this week. For the piirpoim of hoMIng lalilInetlon t
rendered : church the world. last Sunday. relatives the follnwlntf are appoint. /
for nothing; but in everything by were Christy, acting supt. of Waldo Zack Brown and family, were : nil HI mnnsgerunit" ,'!, J. UUndnrlilll
prayer and supplication with duet by Miss 11 a. m. Morning Worship, "The Rev. Montgomery In Starke this week. M M. Ullvcr.II .
at the Methohdtst church shopping P. MAY,
be Estelle Kendrick Water," will be pastor's preached
thanksgiving let your requests .\ Living and evening. Mr. Prlnglo who Is connected Chairmen
made known unto God. And the Merrs. Sanford sermon theme. last Sunday morning Wadsworth Naval Stores A. J. nntKPia\ ,
of God which all understanding T. N. Kendrick 6:30 m. Christian Endeavor, Rev. McGauley of Starke, pas with the flec..I".y, l-SO-6t-J-J7
peace passeth at 10 a. m. We are I p. Church of Co., here has recently located In
First BaptlHt
duet by TWord's Teacher tor of the
hearts and a "Christ
shall school topic
keep your
Sunday, ---.. NOIKH Ol' (.tllllltW' Mtl.H OPI
and minds through Christ Jesua. Several inspiring -:: .:: ;:- '':'... . - ,.1IMU

-' -' F. Van Zclm '
-f By I Thirty' days" after date hereof, nn

I THE MAIN THING I to-wlti I the undersltrned the 2nd day. KUtrdlan of March for IDS1 I...., '

roy Anders, Thelina t Anders Melba
Anders, J. V. Anders; Jr, anil I Hut hit
; of Adu J.....
COYiiE Anders, minor heirs
t/oM'T 'tllPi OFF 1HG rJ phi,.* And".., rl..r..niteil, will apply,
mn t.111 Bu!!z 1'11)0.AitT". TOoIIIT( AND PUT eM Or1E a V BANK. to the Honorable: lino.' A. Oitnlliier.county .udfurrlcounty I : 1
.. Lute" A ?4W9 O' FAR AWAY LCOlco-: Jiiilifo. In and for Ih
Florida For nn order to mil
MAIN irrREET4 i.tlOIH" PIIOTO I I :tE$ i I L I -JuST Ass IF YOU" "HAD at private sale all the right, title.
LEADING NEvJSPADEIZ GRAFG2 ow."t ) f AN IDEA 11 D t and ItitereHt of Maid minors In ne i
to the following I described lands, towlti i
HERE\ TO TAk6 k :

INVENTOR POSES Ba''S PITCMCa" HALL 1 Four ....r.. In Houthenst quarter of
TosH cJ::::: a MAIH9T.ENTIONIN' Houthtast quarter of Hn'tlon 29 Twp.
FOR PMOTOGRAPII TMGN. NEVER SivE II Smith, ItaiiKe Hi Unit, hounded
M North tiy Fields I Place| 'Y.trrl land
Gs.' L.6' I ,SeaAv I of J. N Jones: Mouth .
MR. Sit4P SuId11. TAFF eRtt ir Sn'F O and riaat by a street In Htarke. said
FRIDAY / lands lying and helnw Uradfortt
oc: Ti1E DAILY" county, Florida. ,
TuNPER.OO A <;ERIE5OS Thin 3mil day of January. 1931.
I 1J.. liAVIH,
I1.4VENTbf2 It
: LIFELIKE\ PMdTOS os ON i HEJlVEM4TWS luardlan for the ab.... named

T. FDISON PaQTrOLIO."!I6STt12DAY.MI1\oI.\ a TI-IE; OMO Bet>aS) .f ,e .L1.OM .L1.[ ( T.Ei9oPei TiIE hDMOTOGRAVUR6 AT woa rtVEM1bR Srsta TH'AKE4 r I mlnorN.1.3'-U.-a'l.' -NOTICM- -

sill ApPEaa 'w OIJQ vital .. t Hy the power vested In them the

SECttOM Hoard of I'ubllo Irmtrurtlim of Itrad
+ -w-.aA ford County Florida, hereby rallnanolMCtlon I
TuQtA't. I to ,,s h.l.t: Frb. 10, 1931. la
02t) R HO\II F120M YOl1R : W'iDOROTHY TOOLE L.F WN ( 1_ Htark Hporlat Tax School Dl.trli-t
: No. 1 of Bradford County to duter r

LOCAL NEw9DEALER.: . --. .. mine whether. or not they shall. r*>
-- reive Sampson Hprrlal Tax HrhoMDistrict
-, ------.-- -' --- No. U of Bradford .
Charles McManus b. coniollduted with them t.
By elect three trunt''.. and determine
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the amount of mlllace to be an .mM.aralnat
DARNIT : the said consolidated dletrlnt. -

THE OoS$ wHO 15 IT WSHIS THE PrttSIOCNT *-J Jor For the purpose of bold 1,11' ralil
I'VE GREAT TO &tC w""' election F. A Hoott, A. J. Thome
AH: I SEE WHERE rlR.S.lUBAD HAS\ STOCK\ iN ? PL& SE1 [ THE ouHKEM J C. A. Futch. ale appointed manacore
I SHARES V THE BUNK6M'C9 IN THAT I E COMPANY F and S.) K. Per f man. Cl..rh.
r '" A. J. tmtPFIS Chalrlnaa.
\ or Becretary. t-.- t-l-'. :' i
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Dy the power vented la them th,. 1,1
Hoard of Hublln Instruction of Brad'
..., -: ; ford County Florida: hereby eeU
....., an election to b. held Web II 1IIU ,
-', the depot In Hampaon City In (flamp, !f
r / eon Special Tax School District N*.
11, to determine whether or eat
ss Sampson 8p.olal Tax School District
1 No. 11, shall consolidate with
Htark Hpx'lal Tax School District
No. I of Bradford County, to elect
three trustees and determine te*
i' I
amount of lilllace to be aeeeneitacalnst ,,
said coneolldated district.
For the purpose of holding sa4 \
.lection th. followln are appolated .:
mana ers. J. L Wynn, M. Yarc..r i i
Claud Ilrown and Hogan Smltk. S
Clerk. .
DChir.Ue )
'I'C mjnANU/ A. J. ORinria J
Secretary. l-'-ell1' -1. .'

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I may be further reduced. This "

Established 1377 Mathews On Taxation I I I be First brought: Revising about by the: county offiI may- Fron* >,Other Pens t :' Will Telegraph.guarantee- inv y.,'?, ,,, I" "hroDide.Sla

Published; Weekly Fridays and Entered Second Duval lA-gM.itor . : _.... )I'hlll
on as Class IIscurnws| Keoent Statement of Colonel, Knight I ers salary law. =-- -- as-aCe either variety. rl

Matter at the Post Office at Starke, FloridaE. I (a) Reduce the salaries. Starke Telegraph believes weath- - -, -()

S. Matthews __ Owner and PublisherJ. Jacksonville, P'la. Jan. 30, 1931. I--believe---- --- that- OJ (b) Limit of employes the number and and deputies compensation :r reports should be placed undera Since we heard t.. ., oj I,jOIllal
the I "Believe
granting 01 It or Not" heading Add pronounce Antletum
C. Robinson _ __ .. _______ Managing Editor; Honorable Peter O Knight, some relief with reference to the of county officers by direct legis- fishing reports.Tlmes.Union.Tompa blocks from : II III tll
Tampa, Fla. lative enactment right, u, ,
taxation burden or r"'
Imposed real nl'W
upon j III
Dear Mr. Knight: (c) Vest some doubt as to ,
SUHSCHIPTION KATE estate will be the beginning of authority in some supervisory -' \ 'J 'r
I received your statement with bringing back normal times in board to limit the com- papers are worrying over correct or not in he Ia

Yearly, $1.:>0; Six Months, 75c-Payable in Advance reference to the taxation question, Florida.In penwatlon and number of such dep- the dangerous curves in.that city. "either" as "eyther 'I'''lInciJJg
which I havo read with -.Starke (Fla.) Telegraph. Why
unusual interest uties and employes. IIi"erneaa
Advertising Hates on Application In sending out the state- your article, it se'ems to me (d) Prevent not send them to Hollywood.- Chronicle. And"comptroller dl.1 he
any county "
nrfht to the you not sufficiently take into Kelleher Minn. / ,
members of the lee-ia- purchasing any supplies materials ( ) Forum.

Four miles a minute is too fast even for a joy-ride. lature and to the press I assume consideration the tax burden imposed or equipment in excess of $ouu, People are Q--
real said
that did upon estate by local to I b,
t ; you so for the purpose of political without, competitive bidding' and Congressman Green is progres from lack 'ulTertnC
o Inviting discussion. subdivisions. You discuss sive. He of food m
1 without the approval of the issues a dally mimeographed -\rklllsaa.
t The term "short quart' could be shortened to "quartette."' Due to the high regard I have' mainly the tax burden for state commissioners. county press sheet to tell his con- Now If Arkansas had b, ",, In India

0 for your opinions and the usual accuracy The purposes greatest resting burden upon real estate. I (e) Provide for a more rigid accounting nituents-what he Is doing.-Tampa or without China so help cow ecured
however, rest- much dela
Thin is an "electrical transcription" from other columns. of your statements as to' ing upon real estate Is not that of'all fees and comml- Tribune, Telegraph- Sure, help .f> Starke
facts. It is with stone 0 r
some degree of received by county officers every.
Imposed the
by state bub Is folks
o hesitancy that I write you disagreeing Imposed that and require a bond In proportionto Those I leadlines SLSLhome '1I1vernesa

Regardless of the groundhog,.seed catalogs say spring is with some of the con- cities In this towns districtsand the probable amount of money 32 GALLONS READY I ____*
county last 0-
here. clusions which you have reached to be handled. FOR S3 DERVISHESOcala I
year the state ad Civic
valorem organizations
and calling attention tax Imposed Second Banner. With of tiu i
your to some : A constitutional a gallon \ COUllty,
o of the Inaccuracies contained in was 13 1-4 mills, whereas amendment should be each what.cared they for the Individual are due Road Commissioner R
the proposed
It's terrible news about the short crop of spinach. due to' the statement.I to county 46 mills.and school This tax the amounted state abolishing the offices of tax collector :: gallons awaiting? predation Shands of Gainesville for services a v"te" of ap.
the drouth. note that you state that the total and tax assessor, and creating o-- rendered
mlUage Is 13 Starke
expenditure for state purposes Is general county mill- the office of tax officer, with a statue All the attraction Is not on the Telegraph Levy counti
age eight, and too thank
school can Bill
a is
0- millage Shands
amounts to inside for for
$42,000,000, and that requiring each tax officer to window shoppers.- being
Plant City has shipped its first solid car of cold pack ad valorem taxes on real and per- This same situation prevailsall perform the duties heretofore performed Starke Telegraph. Nor windows all on the Job all the time He Is .
over the state. The heaviest good member of the
strawberries.As sonal property combined contrib tax burden Imposed by the tax assessor and the the advertising space the average Bronson? road board..."
ute only $ooOOOO. The sum of is upon estate tax collector store should use.-Bronson Jour-

0- r $0,264,000 included in the above I Imposed by the local political Third: It has also been suggested nal. 'II -"'--

the Inverness Chronicle advises aggregate was not collected audbdivlsions and a careful that Times-Union says there
"Cheer up pay up and analysis of the situation county commissioners -p may be
and shut up." was not spent by the state for state that of the local taxes will show should be nominated as well as I Gainesville Evening News heads vies something and better than straw her-

purposes. For example two cents those for schools imposed, elected by the county at large and a column "Oh, These Women." But cream. but we have failed
o of the gasoline tax, although levied largest single Item. contribute the the term should be increased to what can you do about it?Starke locate It. Ask the strawberry

Dentists are not the only .ones who pull the old gag about by the legislature. Is levied for In considering the cost of four years. Telegraph. Don't have to do any- the grower and he'll probably tell you

being out of county purposes, and is returned to government Fourth: It is sound governmental thing. 'The women will take care money derived from the sale
gas. we cannot
consider the of berries beats
the counties as collected. In each cost of the state practice that governments of that.-Bronson Journal. the berries and
government alone, cream a hundred
0. county. aggregating should be divided ways.-Wauchula
4478000. but we must take into three depart O ,' '
consideration Advocate.The .
Wind tunnels are used for One-third of a cent Is ments. This Perhaps the small
testing airplanes and not p0- per gallon the cost of local political subdivisions practice prevails in counties will
litical candidates. levied and returned to the counties such the national government and in get a few "breaks" from the next o

for road building and one and one- cities and as districts towns the state government. In the state. legislature. Starke Teleeranh. I Inverness Chronicle hag a

o third of a cent Der srallrm l I... r..- do counties. When we government the legislature adoptsthe - The last one gave them so very low opinion of what we may
this many
Automobiles are likely to be as scarce fifty henceas turned to the counties for school; ; today, we will is bearing find that real estate budget appropriates the money -I "breaks" until they are just about expect from the legislature next
years an
unjust April. Here's
purposes. These last and levies broke what it
bicycles are today. two items portion of the the taxes. The execu- now.-Inverness Chronicle. says: "if
general taxation the
aggregate $3,639,000. Of the mo burden tive or administrative department o I legislature meets and ad.

o tor vehicle license tax $1,147,000 is Is ,so and great in many_that cases it the burden spends the money. In our county This .country will never go wet journs the state will be better off r

Men levied as the county tax and is returned practically government the until the bootleggers Heaven forbid that any large num
cannot see what keeps! women from freezing and amounts to confiscation.J county commissioners are willing. ber of
to the counties. These Starke people agree with that
items adopt the budget, Telegraph And also until
that is it ; can ewith appro-
as should be. make an aggregate of $9,264,000 extravagance, well agr has ,you ,that priate the money and levy the tax Bish Cannon Clarence True Wilson thought.-ocala Star

0, going through the hands of the I[i operations of. !our" crept into the, es. This Is equally true with ref and F. Scott McBride, are willing. -0_

f comptroller and the state treasurer government erence to the school board and the -Inverness Chronicle. According to an .
good way to die early is to take all cold treatments for from the smallest district through excnange swimming
county purposes, and should be public welfare board. _
The Inaugurated
same o
all of the by a Scotchman
,,|j j, prescribed by your friends. deducted from the aggregate the state government political subdivisions itself. We to board or body that adopts the bud- Dress up the show windows. because of two existing fac

1" . -- shown In the report of the comp can further agree that there should get and levies the taxes should not Starke Telegraph. And get your tors-rivers and toll bridges-

i'arties may be judged successful if Sweet Adeline is troller. a be some consolidation. of the ludlc- spend the money. It has been suggested advertising space in your local Starke Telegraph. Then the old
rendered When it Is asserted that ad va lal circuits of the state that- that it would be well to newspaper to work. Prosoerltv will I story that It come into recute because

one or more times. lorem taxes 'only contribute $3,. of the state boards and, bureaus some have in each county a budget commission soon be here and we all want to be the Scotchman had plenty of

\ 0 000,000 of the total state tax bur- should be consolidated and others composed'of three men, ready for her!-Bronson Journal. liquor to drink and didn't want the

If you believe all you hear about the ground hog hang dens,is the Inference is that real estate abolished a d that this will bring serving without pay. to whom each -0---- water to go entirely to waste, Is
not paying Its just portion. county board or commission Gainesville just a
about an Evening News headsa Journal.
1Jp sock next Christmas. saving ra the :
your This statement however, does not operation of the state government. spending any public funds should column "Oh These Women." But o_

-0 take into consideration the aggregate However the following submit the proposed itemized budget what can you do about It?-Brad- Tampa attorney says real estate

i; Members of the Florida_ press gang will take possessionof burden cast upon real estate. by you do 'not appear suggestions to me give the budget commission ford County Telegraph. Just what pays (if) per cent of our taxes, automobiles -
the University City this time the year ndlng June 30, 1929. to be practical: !authority to alter change or amend do you want to do about it, Mister 28 per cent, and other

next week. for district school, county and "Stopping in its entirety new the proposed budget and to adopt Robinson 7-Lake Worth Herald. 'property 12 per cent. And some

: o state taxes, we And that ad valor. highway construction" the same, after which the budget I Oh these women! property pays little or nothing.

Two men are in the Marion county jail for em taxes were levied as follows: "Abolition of railroad would be handed back to the county ---0_ Starke Telegraph. May be the
turning the commission !
,. tables on a hitch-hiker picking him For the, state ________$ 5,918,000 I and the road department." commissioners, and they should Tampa papers are worrying over Tampa attorney is right. But from
up robbing him. County taxes, be limited to I
including I the
1. It seems to m'g that we shouldat only enough tax- dangerous curves in that city. the noise made about the matterwe
general school __ to meet .
tax es the
O'' 23,148,000 least requirements of the -Starke Telegraph. had
continue ,highway con- I Curves also quite decided that the auto
Florida's hunting season should be cut to 45 days, sale Special school district struction to the extent of match- I budget.In seem to worry Joe Wilson of the paid most all the taxes Bronaon
taxes ____ _____ .
carrying out Inverness
? 10,365,000 I a program of tax Chronicle. But Journal.
of game fish prohibited arid licenses ing the federal aid appropriation. what's .
two-thirds in Special bond school district relief to real i I .
'' 2. The state railroad commission estate and bringing the use? We are all human.-Bron- _aA -
price. taxes _________ 003000 Is about an equalization of the tax son Journal.
more important today than It perfect husband has bees
'S __________________ ____ Special road and bridge burden some
o _____________ has been in years due to the fact new revenue must be o found at last. He is an English

A man with a hoe in the garden or a rake on the lawn district taxes _______ 5,156,000 that it now has ,jurisdiction 01 provided. In other words' two According to an exchange swimming man who gets the breakfast
buses and truck lines well are necessary: was inaugurated by a Scotch scrubs the floors. does the washing,
hasn't time to chase a ball umpty-umph miles Total _______ aa 1. To eliminate
around a golf ----- $47,690,000 many other public utilities.: every unneces- man because of two existing fac and most of the other housework,

course. From the foregoing, it appears 3. The state road department sary expense, and practice the I tors ....;.. rivers and toll bridges. besides holding a regular job, giv.

o that not taking into considerationthe should not be abolished because it strictest economy; but this alone : Starke (Fla.) Telegraph. And ing his wife all his wages and never

taxes imposed in drainage districts Is to I will not equalize the tax burden, canoes that tip.-Kelleher leaving her alone This
Ileflin necessary carry on construction (Minn.) at night
wants to
claim fraud in the election when he was the Everglades or in municipalities to the extent, of the federal and it alone will not give to real Forum. all came to light when she sued

I! defeated by 50,000' votes. There was a fraud involved but ad valorem taxes now aid appropriation., ,matched by estate the relief to. which it is en- him for divorce. Carrollton/
produce for titled.
happened to be Heflin. district county school state funds,'and maintain the roads All Said and Done (Miss.) Conservative.

: and state purposes $47,690,000. and already built.Taxation . 2. After having eliminated every n
o from what the state receives from and unnecessary expenditure it will The speedometer said sixty miles '
government financeIn Congressman R. A. Green In a
; Daytona Beach has the other sources there Is included still be to an hour.
world's necessary eliminate
fastest fur-
race course, a state, and,its political subdivisions recent address In congress on the
trial dash by,the veteran British driver this week setting the and such other items as federal aid for roads Is a real problem, and of ther some of the taxes imposed The The constable said It was ninety, Everglades National Park, gave
purposes which is not a upon real state. This natives said it .
can only be was a crime.
i mark at 240 miles an hour.I direct 'tax upon the- people of Flor secondary importance the common,is,, that chpoi of system establishing -- done ,by finding new sources of He said it was the life. about some most the proposed convincing gift information of land

o ida.It such baslsthat revenue.' Some of the new sources His friends said It with flowers. Florida
upon a a minimum has
- -- tendered the federal
Avery Powell is authority for the statement that the is Inconceivable that the real school irnor: ". a uniform of revenue which have been suggested . Arcadia Arcadian. government. We should find many
country editor is men are more responsible I standard can' e'guaranteed, to every and are now'being:) seriously 0 members of c6ngreas In
f close wintering
to the for
very farmer. the
An editor is sup- present (taxation situation in'.the considered are: I Inverness Chronicle editor
county and Florida
state large may in the
posed to know than all of the First be listed future in responseto
good remainder : The
a thing. of the inheritance tax. among the missing
[ small rich and poor, I believe that short tropical picture given that gathering
people combined. A very small per relief' Second: Revision of ocupational ly following his statement
y 0 a measure of tax is possible\ that of dignitaries.
centage of the people of the state license tax law "In".., is just!: an -Crescent City
upwards with obsolete
; 'The states cannot tax radio and. practical by; : special word for Journal.
receiving sets under are freeholders.
recent It to reference
a seems me 1. to lawyers and other .
of the
judicial -
I j :ruling of the supreme court, but that does hot exempt a state that all of us should acknowledgeand circuits consolidating certain --! professions. V------n' __,_-_'_"-" _'-" __ __...)
tax on some of the performers. .. admit our responsibilities. It state boards and bureaus, and Third: Tax all power companIes ,
was not the freeholders or real estate abolishing others, and eliminating Fourth: A small tax on Intangibles -
0- owners alone who at different
brought rates THE
every appropriationfrom on various I
Times-Union wants search started about our present situation. unnecessary ,
a for the boys who Dur. the general appropriationbill. classifications which appears to be

used to yell "Ride to prosperity 'with Hoover." You'll find ing the period of the boom. practically By carefully going over the authorized by section 1 of article 9
all of of the
'i' of them our people could not appropriation bill, I calculate that constitution.
: some on the highways. see the
Ii day reckoning. Living expenses .at least $1,500,000 can be eliminated -/ Fifth: An annual license tax on BUSINESS .
n- ...- were high salaries of officers without imparing the efficiency notary publics. I

Invitation received to participate in a bridge tournament and city. county and state of the state government. Sixth: An annual franchise or .

in Augusta and employes were Increased. New 2. After abolishing I capital stock tax on corporations.
it leads one to'wonder if the undertakers of boards bureaus, commissions of- useless offices In
carrying out
board and program of
: that Georgia city are backing the play. fives and courts were created. Most bureaus, consolidating tax relief certainly 'U'
some of the
J all of the judicial circuits, and eliminating I
people were $11,000,000
0 unnecessary e'tpendltures.wo now going to the state
A sober legislature is more sewers. can then find road department may be used for .
needed by this state, according to better water plants more sufficient revenue other
paved ,
'S the Tampa Tribune.. The members will stay sober, If they depend streets and roads more and better eliminate from other the state sources ad valorem to' entirely tax ad valorem purposes taxes so to as that to eliminate extent. rests upon the sturdy .shoul. __ I

upon their salary to pay expenses. schools, larger and more beautiful the It Is my view that we have
court except one mill 'levied for a ders of I t
houses and all kinds of pub real taxation problem Commercial Hanking.
In this
This would
o lic grant tax relief state
Bond t
Chicago judge says there should be a hundred million authorized In many cases Issues by were the equal of rate 12 mills to uniformly, and at an out.and that It Is It can refreshing and will to be note worked the Like fabled Atlas the myths.
every taxpayer the
more babies in this country. The country would be better off real legislature estate, without a vote of the state. This, of course would not great number of men all over the i Commercial ,

with more attentiongiven to the normal supply of infants. the bills, and owners in many who cases roust wherea pay be complete relief but it would bea state talents who and are devoting their time Banking: bears'the _AN KI NG, t
step in tne right direction money to the problem. II po. " /.d -
o vote was authorized: and. It weight of the ,
only a very Is true that there multifari- Lt
I the same time it are
eliminate many conflicting -
A tax of ten percent on beauty aids and treatments would I small percentage of the freeholders that competition which has opinions and views but ous transactions ,

I bring in a revenue of three-quarters of a million dollars in of this participated took place in without elections. All existed between counties In an at-, from the a free and frank expression of the mighty

Florida. Take of the tax ious any ser tempt to evade a just proportion of conflicting oplnoins and views edifices that
some off of
dirt and put it on beauty as to the time of payment state taxes. and public discussion of this question make up our

clay. I I that the or boom without would contemplating not last for- 3. By providing sufficient money I believe of such that vital public concern modern world. This Bank
from we will
o ever. sources other than ad valor- arrive at the

President Hoover stated recently that "Prosperity can To my mind we have a real ser em taxes to guarantee to every proper solution. takes pride in its vital position '.

not be restored raids ious taxation problem In county a minimum school term of Very truly yours. I ,
by the
our state.
upon treasury. Such raids No a uniform prescribed standard, JOHN E.: MATHEWS., as
one believes that we part of the
should be confined solely to purposes, that will insure return should be relieved of all real would
,; '.to Republican power-and prosperity. It enjoy the benefits and protection and to girl of the state an opportun -p American business. Of YOUR
ity receive
fundamentals "Who Is that
-0 of government. Every road of stout lady over
that an education and, at the there." business
constructed, same perhaps.BANK
An interesting article on tax revision from the pen of house that Is built, and every school | time eliminate some of the local "Miss No meals why?" .

?' ,John L. Matthews, Duval county legislator, is carried in this public improvement directly every bene-other taxes .now being Imposed forschools. "Nothing. only she must have .

Jjrt issue and should fit* some real This would grant a meas been made when "
be carefully studied estate, and meat was cheap
by taxpayers of Brad- real estate
ure of tax relief
to zeal OF
|t|. ford. With the legislature should always bear its just estate. STARKEAN
only a few weeks off, an idea of portion of the taxation 4. Aa heretofore pointed out
m'j the measures tojbe proposed. an effort to reduce our It cannot and should not continue but the greatest tax burden Is that Imposed out A the sweet young thing (leaning HONOR
"tabIllfthould 1 to by the local window)-"Hey, Ice Man ROLL DANK
be of interest to all. bear the burden that Is 1 Imposed political sub- do ,
you have "
division the
upon It County time E. S.
today. government Matthews
..1'i'' should receive our moat careful I ing l Ice to Man hold-the"Sure horses! But,"who' go Pres. R. J. Davis, CashierP.GF.

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