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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 13, 1931
Frequency: weekly
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Subject: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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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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1"t' FEES TOP TOTAL. : OPENS FIFTH


I I Equalize Taxes I OF$3,7II,255Audit GROWERS I' WINTER- SEASON AWARD BIDS ATOCALAMEETING t

I \ of the accounts of the ['Opening 'cb. 10th, Program atKI'.tone , "
Ie !r -' I state_ motor vehicle license depart- ---, Will Cuntinue ..
I ment shows that $3,741,250.16 had ,
Lund Valuations to Ite Gone Into Last Thursday '
been collected and distributed Thru Murrh 13th .
By Aasetmorn and Coni- by 5Ux a few of the pecan !
the department up to Jan,'31. More l'
this section assembled \ "
missioners than this amount was collected but The \ ,'
I fifth winter assembly of '
distribution was made only on this ty courthouse and Lbs Florida Chautauqua opened Surfacing of 28 and Two Grading .: $
discussion on the
1 The board of county commissioners amount up to Jan. 31, It was said. erative marketing of : Tuesday night at Keystone Project are Included t, If

of Bradford county, Flor- The distribution was $221.475.31 S. H. Gibbons, Heights, the opening program being -
the ida, met in regular session Monday to the motor Vehicle license expense :- Operations of the An Author's Reading by Clinton Tallahassee, Fla. Feb. 9.-Tbe ,,1.

[ February 2, 1931, at 10:00: o'clocka. fund;, $174,999.77. to state Marketing Association Scollard and Jessie B. Rltten- stats road department today opened \ ,II,

{ m. with all members present as road maintenance; $891,783.30 to Ml s., assisted by Mr. J hou e. The attendance was good bids on several highway con '

follows J, !:.. Underbill chairman, the 67 counties of tfte state.; and who some years ago and. the program rendered by struction projects and on furnishing . !
O. W. Hlnson. J.-M. Rosier, R. T. $2,449,996.78 to statjT roads. agent for Bradford these two artists was thoroughly materials and mules for departmental I '' 1

Osteen and J. G. Crews. The distribution to* counties, enjoyed. activities.The t:' "
has recently been '
the Minutes of last meeting were based on a 25 per cent return on of the Tonight the University of Florida ) bids covered proposed highway ,J ":

86, i read. and approved. all money collected from'each Growers manager Cooperative Glee Club will given one ot Its work In Putnam, Gulf, Levy ; ,

Mr. F. M. Crews-of near High- county included i*Baker, $1,731,79; at Jacksonville, enjoyable concerts. Fifty studentsof and Flagler counties. ..4 '; I,

I a land, appeared before the board Bay $4,489.91; Bradford 2140.39; I methods by which the the University make up this organization Bids for'road work In Lafayette ; '
Iv : and asked for an allowance for Calhoun, 1419.02. ; Clay, $2.677.82; of this product Is and it has been widely and St. Johns counties will be opened "i: ,

I theory i his sister who is 65 years of age Columbia, $4,978.42; Dixie, $l,548'-i with the one National praised. The program will consist : here February,18. I; ,

" but It Is growing steadily , and has been blind since birth. 69; Duval ,$11,611.23;' Eseambla. Ing the grower from of cellege songs and other All awards will be made at the ;. 'I,

! ts membership roll Is expected Same was refused.Mr. 23333.90; Franklin, 1347.82; petition excessive songs) choruses and solos, providing ( meeting of the highway commission ,

.ly to equal any post, of 1U ; J. C. Box appeared before Gadsden, $5,267.91; Hamilton. $1- waste.in its handling. a variety to please the most in Ocala' February. 18. "i \ '...

\ Between forty and fifty Leg- is the board and says jhat he is go- 746.46: Holmes. $1,547.72; Jackson,' The National Pecan critical audience.For "t"" ,

members and officers are ex- ing to come back to Bradford coun- 5673.30; Jefferson $3,507.36; Association has been Tuesday Feb. 17th, a lecture the Among the projects Included In ( : '

d to attend the conference, I ty ten March and asked the boardto Lafayette. $957.85;f Leon $9,557.* but seven months and by Col. Walter P. Corbett entitled above was the bardsurfacing'of i

\ i of which are to be announced .. grant him a pauper allowance.. 17; Levy $3,1560.66Uberty, $695.69 .- secured a membership! "America's Part in World Florihome itate highway to Palatka No., 28 and from "i'
Madison, $2,973.80 Okaloosa,' Peace will be heard. the
Same was refused. ; ; all other Col. Cor- 1
'good attendance featured the / Mrs. T. S. Wlmpey of Georgia, $2,474.54; Santa Rosa' $3,261.19; combined.pecan During the bett Is vice-president of the Patriotic San grading Mateo'to of highway Bunnell.No 28 latter from '

nesday evening session. Dr.ind came and asked for help for her- Suwannee, $4,719.77} Taylor, $3- past they handled Order of America and one of The ,
project has been divided Into two ,
self and four children that 228.25: Union, $1,360.88; Wakulla the country's most noted lecturers. ;
made a good report of the stating than the combined ,
parts, In order to hasten construc
of the service committee her husband is dead, and that she $239.47; Walton, '$3,404.03-; and other cooperative Preceding lecture there will be tion. ; (I ,,

disabled veterans. Miss was raised near Lawtey. The mat- Washington, 230140.. ,, 1 1a predicted that next a musical prelude of popular songs The bids I'
g advertised short
were $'\
ne Cone, vice-president of the ter was' laid over for further consideration -. will handle a )/' and ballads by Mr. Hack, presidentof ly after a delegation from the ,',
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iliary, district two and chalr- tal production tonnage.The the Philharmonic Club of road. 28 association appeared before y J r ,
Dave Kite asked for help on account 150 f Florida Pecan Gainesville.The ,,
of radio, was present and AcresQf the state road department t ;
i made for organizing an aux- of age and an affliction from operative! Association Green Room Players of Stet which: promised the delegation that '!
the Jones-Langford- which he will n ver'get well. Same quarters at son University will appear again I ,
I unit of -.. this work would be advertised for t1
:e Poat. Mrs. L..D. Vinlng was was refused. Cukes Planted unit of the National this season, presenting "Three without delay.HAMPTONBEACH. : ;) i :
Mr. J. L. Frazee asked for' size Wise Fools" on Friday, February20th.
chairman of the committee reduction semble, grade, *
rganlzatlon. Wives, daughters, on valuation of car. to the pecans grown by This Is a very popular mod- ;t. ( (

hers and sisters of Legion I 20000. Same was allowed.. this section of the era play and absorbing from start

bern are eligible and the or- I Allowance of C. B.,Gore was reduced Brooker Section All the pecan to finish. CASINO BURNS ; '

Lation: will be completed at an to $2.50 per month. tended this meeting I '. fL',
date. Emanuel Hampton of Lawtey tracts! affiliating them I NO LICENSE FOR Fire of Incendiary origin completely : ;,

-_._ asked for help. Matter laid over. Grower Will whip) Cucumbers To this splendid destroyed Hampton Beach 'j ; i ..
Martha Kelley of Lawtey asked Pickling Company In ment. BERRY 1W EllS Casino, the bathing and dancing , '.

MUDA VEGETABLE SHIPMENT3 for help. Matter laid over. Brooklyn e resort a short distance west of 'I

Wallie Tisdale of Lawtey, asked GLEE CLUB AT To correct the rumor that Starke Hampton at midnight Tuesday. ::1. /'
for help. Matter laid over. Arrangements have been completed would Impose a license tax'on The resort was without flreflght't',

Beans Lou Griffis of Lawtey asked for by E. M. Nix, development The University of strawberry buyers, Mayor Wall has Ing apparatus of any kind and the i ':

Cars help. She was allowed $5.00 per. agent for the Seaboard Railway, Club, one of the best nuked the Telegraph to state that flames made a clean sweep of the ''f-:
ments up to last Sat. _1,311 month. for planting of 150 acres of cucum- of its kind in the the report is without foundation structure. Tracks leading away : ,

same period in 1930 ___ 1,070 Mrs. Blanche Robinson'of Sampson bers by farmers in the Brooker section pear at the and that the city officials from the building to where an automobile t,' ,

week ending Jan. 31 __ 12 City asked for help. She was I this acreage being grown under ium Keystone Heights, I would encourage): { the coming In of was parked and other suspicious If I '
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same week last year ,_- 51 allowed $4.00 per month. contract for jUui Manhattan night, February 13. buyers. for the main money crop of actions noted by near-by 41 '

four days this week __ 20 : The following resolution was Produce Exchange of Brooklyn, N. program has been 1 the county. Several buyers now In residents i lead officers to believethe t!:

same days last year __- 31I unanimously adopted: Y. The cukes are to be used for this evening: riant City have announced they bundling was fired. ,'if '

I to Thursday this week1.331 "That whereas there is now in pickling and the company will take 1.---a( ) "We Are The will be here to buy berries as soon The resort! bad been In litigation .

Cabbage the outstanding indebtedness fund the entire output of the acreage, Old Florida." (b) as the quantity of fruit assured, car for two years and the property had <
mcaU up to last Sat. --. 678 : paying cash at the Brooker. shipping loadings. been taken over by the Bradford ,
the sum of $647.07, and (vocal paraphrase), J<: ; )
iame period in 1930 __ 585 Bank under foreclosure. i
platform. County
"Whereas the outstatndlng debts "Stars of the .
week ending January 3153 that existed at the time of this Seven hundred acres of cucum- Woodward-Glee Club LANDSCAPING) proceedings, l
same week last' __ 125 bers have been contracted for Insurance carried the buildIng
year by on ,
assessment have all been paid and 2-Plaao 8olo-- 'fl I
four days this week -?- 73 1"I this company ,the acreage being 'M".h'I only partly covered the loss. '
"Whereas there Is now insufficient sy-Claude L.
What is
landscaping It Is the
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-tame days last year 66 divided among Brooker, Quincy, i .
funds In the fine and forfeiture 3-(a) "Now Let
art of laying out grounds, arranging
1 to< Thursday this week. 751 Alachua and Macclenny. While ICULEM TO HE: FOLLOWED
fund to pay for the current expenses Adore Thee", Bach; ( ) trees and shrubbery, .0... to
Celery they have secured 150 acres at '' TO AVOID HAVING FLU 'f'
; 'mua Tee" (Sixteenth produce( the, effect of a natural ,
:nenta up to last Sat._.. 890 Brooker, Mr. Nix stated Tuesdaythat -
"Therefore, be it resolved, that tlphonal), Paleslrlna-
landscape. A of
portion .
ground
same period in 1930 ___-1,293 the company would increasethe If you have any symptoms of the' : ,
the board of county commissioners 4-Vocal Solo that the '
we eye can comprehend In a ;
week flu home and to bed Immediately
ending January 31. 287 acreage If additional growersdesired : I go
do hereby request the Fox-Joe F. Wahlberg. single view. Frame houne
; your ,
same week last year ___ 270 to come in, the only requirement -
of the state of Floridato 5-(a) "Steal ( with tall trees
comptroller backgroundplant
as a 11' '
it four days this week ____ 143 being that the cukes I Call your physician but In case
authorize and allow us to trans- Spiritual), by Huntley; ) tall shrubs at the corners and
same days last. year ?__ 205 would have to be delivered to the ) ho can't come a few other rules 'I',
fer the said above amount from the Gray Robe" (Negro smaller ones in between,
1 to giving be carried out such act r
Thursday this weekl,033 shipping platform in Brooker All II may ; 1\\
fund Glee Club.
to
Huntley-
indebtedness them

of
outstanding plenty to
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Lettuce shipments in this ''immediate section space grow even Remain in bed, eat a simple
the fine and forfeiture fund. 6-Vocal Solo If the nurserymen Insist In your diet take of fluids such :
nenta Up to last Sat. 401. would be shipped' from that plenty as i
jame period In 1930 _-__ 303 The following reports' were received point. Growers Interested may secure dia'-ter. having more You destroy the nat !water, milk, fruit juices, bouillon .
and ordered tiled t county beauty over-crowded.
by being
isme week last year ____ 16 additional information from to and hot soups at frequent Inter- 1"( "
"Listen
judge and jail inspector.On 7-a) Simplicity i U the keynote to suc vale G
veek ending January 31...., 20 Leland Waters of Brooker.
motion and by vote the personal (Negro Spiritual) ; ( ) a and elaborate planting should< Do not 'take so-colled .It
l four days this week __ 10 Mr Nix also succeeded, In get tuck Babe" any cure.
"Ken ,
tax of W. T. Turner was reduced be attempted. Shrubbery i
iame days last year _-_ 4 ting fifty acres of Irish potatoes There Is no specific cure as yet
Club.
to the amount of 10000. be planted at the base of
I to for Influenza.
the
Thursday this week. 411 contracted to be grown for "
resolution'was -Piano Solo -
The following house. One does not have to
This should t
procedure prevent
Peppers produce company in the Erdoker ..
: Dellbes-Dobnany far away for plant material, ':
t adopted
menu up to last Saturday,691 section, the company to handle the an Influenza patient from becoming
"That whereas, the board of Murphree. lovely things can be found In :
same period in 1930__.... 237 county commissioners realizingthe sale_of the entire acreage. 9-(a) "Sweet and ( woods. Vines can be used in seriously ill. ,;
week ending Jan. 31-__ 58 i Influenza alone, U not fatalth --- \f,
from Tenneyson), ; (
of to equalizethe places in northern '
trying
necessity part
wma week last __. 13 I Il WOODMEN! CIRCLE MEETING pneumonia which often follows '
year .I from the South" .
valuation of lands throughoutthe "Medley Florida. We have the''Chero
It Is fatal.
|t four days this week __ 21 in frequently
same days last ___ 11I county. Starke Grove No. 278 held Its Glee Club. rose, the lovely jesoamlne, the Rest Is streHBed as being most J''
year Intermission.10"The I'
be it resolved, that with its and
Therefore lovely purple
until
I to Thursday this week.,., 712 regular meeting Tuesday eveningIn Important. Remain In bed ,
Potatoes ' we, the board of county commissioners the Woodmen Hall at 8 o'clock. blooms, honeysuckle and the every. symptom has disappeared i! ',
do appoint each member of Wahlberg HJermstad, ,, Now In the Southern
called to order and then, under phisIclan'sI1dVlce
ments up to.last Sat. 34 ) The meeting was your .
said board as a committee. of one Berry. I of the state the beautiful ,
return to
same period in 193O ___ 19 of I I by Guardian Vunda Inman and very gradually it
11 : "Tbe
: assessorthru -Sk\t\ the brilliant
week ending January 31. 4 ", to go with_.the. tax.. .L Attendant Amy Moore Instructedto I blgnonta your customary physical activities, ?
i his district ana viewall IJlbb. flame vine, and many others. I
same week last 9 particular invite in State Manager Miss being sure to rest before becoming ri '
.
year of the property and fix values of 13 -Varsity Quartet pathways In our flower fatigued.For \
four 3 Myrtle Otis Crump, 'Tampa.During
days this week I '
aamo days last year __?_- 3 and by so doing avoid the time and the business session two I Gourlcy, *Carter, are very attractive, and the able-bodied: Eight to
of the usual equalizing' Hussey architectural feature uhouM '
and :
I to< 37 expense delegates were appointed to represent ten hours sleep every night withwindows ,
Thursday Strawberries this week. values; that we believe this to the grove at thestate convention -! 14-(a) "Alma be left out Many can re opou under warm covers. 1,
I less expensive than any other (New-M. L. Yeats: ( / the time when It was "the
ftenta to last Saturday 59 March 9tb 'and 10th at I I Eat a moderate-mixed diet. Drink :'}
up World Is Waiting for
of equalizing. to have various shapes of '
six to of water
ait .___ 80 Gainesville. Mrs. Slnah Shiver eight glasses pure '"
period In- 1930 I Seltz (Cc) "Orange
;
week 31. 18Vlme On motion and by vote the sal- elected delegate and Mrs. Lula beds in the front yard. Of dally. r'
endingJanuary of Ernest Byrd was raised to Glee Club. then are pause, today, and "
Wear to
week last year ____ 12 Hutto, alternate. '_.____C- clothing warm enough '-
11 four days this .week......-. 13 per month.further .business The Starke degree staff was also PITY TilE \ ,\ are many other changes In keep the body surfaces from being ':' .
There being no styles. chUled.
ilUne 2 elated when Miss Crump gave .
i to dayslastyear week._ 72 > board adjourned until the next to the "Starke Winners" an invitation The wife 'of a man Now it U the fashion to have an Avoid people with colds, especially -. f.:.

Thursday Tomatoes this '" meeting to be held the first to enter into the competitive listed In the navy space In front left for a lawn. those sneezing or cough- /,:
In March 1931. the and flowers are planted iniMHcs Ill/ 4.; :
Bents drill team work at conven- tor of a church the I /(
same period up to In last 1930 Sat.__._- ,621 137 > G. W. Alderman, Clerk.STRAWBERRIES tion. Mrs. Mary E. LaRocca, National "Peter Bowers having' ,. and the backyard In'" made Keep away from crowds, especially J

Week ..I i President, In giving to the his wife desires the attractive u possible to carry In poorly/ ventilated places! ."
ending January 3143 the Idea of an out-Uoor living Avoid use of utensil "":,
"in! week last _ 41 COMING IN winning team a $100.00 cash prize congregation for his & common \
'cur days thla-week,year ._*_ 44 During the meeting Mary Williams The minister glanced for every passer-by sees the Wash your hands frequently and
of our home, and natural .
!'m, days last ___ 24 be j Quite a few growers are begin- Vonda Inman and Mr*. Mae hurriedly and I I always before eating. ,
year we wanUthe ,grounds) to -
I to Thursday this week665 !(; [, to supply local markets with 3ryant were presented with proficiency Bowers, having gone the bent _appear Avoid alcohol and stimulants of '
:) |! ., the warm weather of certificates by Mia Crump. wife deslres the advantage. all sorts. .
Vegetable at hun- kiss of the s"*n for pardon Walk to work if possible and '.
BUrke for his
:1eu,_ I past two weeks bringing out making nearly on congregation ,
__1,948
to last Sat r J
up of the birds
DaIu T., f bloom and hastening maturity Jred percent grove in the EitB Bony far mirth. I keep In the open) air as much aa /
__1,255
period In 1930
1* nearer GoU's heart in a con.NEOKO.
f fruit already set Only scatter- tic work. rltuaJb-1 you '\
.
aending January 31- 116 The social committee. NrthnMr. garden, .,--.+_ "
sail quantities are available scarce-
Ci: week laat year __ 92 I enough to supply home-demands :Gladys Williams and- mother and I and Mrs. Luke anywhere else on !arth.A I 3 AKUKHTED: t ,

saL:.:r"days this week 66 I I it will likely be March 15th }1'.... L. S. Hutto, served a tempting; BrO ker, daughter,,kveb. member FOH AN OLD CKIJ1E .
__ 27 ,
4iys last
I Madison Street Garden Club.
1 to year sufficient quantity of the _lad course with hot chocolate to I Iibout Mr. and Mrs. Pate -
Thursday thla week-2,014 .' -- Palatka 10.flherlff C.
U available for shipment. forty members., Starke, son, Feb. 6th. -- I Feb. R. ", f.
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UQ.s; I IIJISEUVICU Mr. and :Mr.. J. E. COLLECTOIl: COMINGA 'howell of Putnam county, today '
OVKU INSURANCE JlEILBRONN'SPRINGS SEIl- AT LAKE, Starke, daughter, Feb. :announced the arrest of Charles] 'V '

>. Wainwright;:; : VICESS. --""-- :llr and Mrs. Ellis deputy collector of Internal ., WllUaaui, negro, alleged to have) ./,
of
,J a Jr.. has ac- : ; There will be service at Kingsley dleburg; daughter. Feb. wilt be at the county court been Implicated in the murder of a' :,

k Position with the Gulf W., 'CoUon of Deal, will Lake Baptist Church at 11:00 Mr. And Mrs II:. In Stark., Florida on March negro woman at Lake Butler 14 '

[F rauranc"eluding Company, his terri- < : at Hellbronn Spring school ;j'clock, Sunday. Everybody wel- Starke, son Feb Oth.' 1931 to assist taxpayers. In I years ago. : .
Bradford and Union of Callis out their Income tax re- The la being held In the :
..... SaturdaY.. night. Feb. 14th. :somv Mr. and Mrs. negro ; ,
ty BwJdinl'with office,' In the- Peek of by. Invited. W4 a ,J.'L. eilcox CUrk. SUrke, daughter Feb. for t.e :year 1930. ''I,Union county jail at Lake,Butler. 'k I: ,

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PAGE TWO BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE. FLORIDA FRIDAY. FEBRUARY ,.

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AMONG: THE SENIORS HELP UNEMPLOYMENT; Fort Pierca.-
President W. A. Fraser to Speakat REFOREST IDLE LAND being made in Rapld proms

Well, folks! We are still study- dredging of,*,

If ;, B. H. S. JOURNAL we'll ing, and leave it our won't places be empty long until for W. 0. W. Meeting in FloridaHead Plant pines on your idle acres of city.Intracoastal! waterway Syr

f'1' Staff" the seniors of next, year.A and give the needy some work. Jacksonville-Building
"The For every acre set out in Florida Issued for first 12 days
of the seniors look rather of
few
Camp Meeting to Be Hed! in Clearwater this winter some laborer will re amounted to total of lua
down-hearted after all of those
Editor-in-Chief ________________ Milton Brownlee cording to $28.000
hard tests last week. Wouldn't It ceive $1.00 to 200. This means recent report
i' Assistant Editor ___________________ Hazel Adkins be nice, if we did not have any March 9-10; Many to Attend! food for workers who in many building inspector. or It

Sports Editor ____ ______________ Gary Overstreet tests?" You'bet! parts of our state are going hun Punta Gorda COD

': Literary Editor ____________________ Muriel Silcox' [ The seniors have felt rather hon I THE state-wide head camp '!... ". '".,",' M', .- -- ' gry. Supervision of thIs labor is progressing rapidly on BaI'fQl li1ltt,
of.the Woodmen of .;< Collier
Annie Mae Pearce ored this week. We have had several .J'r. ( furnished free by the Florida For bridge across
Exchange Editor ________________ i,: ;,(:'
... the World ol Florida will be held est Service. Harbor here.
_ot last years seniors visiting "f"1w\,
at Clearwater.'March 9 and 10, according ; Winter
I The tree cost Is reasonable Haven
.our classes and watching us get by; ., very Florida[
(
dl claimed two of BradfordHi I a few bright students walking to announcement made *
flu
The an f change'
1 with the least studying we can.JUNIORS 1 1 coming at $3 per thousand f. o. b. considering plan! for
students during the past around and looking on every tree today by Head Consul C. C. Whit- "t
popular I S I Raiford. From $1 to $2.05 per acre ing establishment from
;, week. A. E. Wall and Jean Laird. :and bush they come to, don't be tier of Lakeland. t :;E :for tree cost and labor probably as' cation in Tampa to this present
lr We the remainder of the students alarmed, they're only looking for 0 city
hope The head camp meetings are I ": cheap as it ever will be, reforestation Wauchula-Large
will be exempt "Galls." You should try some of held every two years, and accord- ,}"rO! at this time is an exceedingly strawberries being made frog

,, the ink made from these "Galls", Well, we are so sorry everyonein ing to Head Consul Whittier "irI attractive in investment point by Hardee County

t The double-Leader basketball It's quite the stuff! Last but not Green Cove Springs had the flu delegates and members of their No care except protection from and marketers.'

game with Green Cove was called least, you should see the beautiful last week ao we couldn't displayour families will, Journey from all fire and goats Is necessary and a Canal Point Cane W

off as the flu epidemic is in their poster they have made from genius on their court parts of Florida for the meeting survival of better than 80 per cent switch installed here. I

school and the majority pf their "GalL" We haven't gotten any fartheron this year at Clearwater.The will result from pine tree plant- Lake Worth-Construction ,

students are suffering from the sow our'banquet than we were last Woodmen of the World Is Ing. Both the slash and long-leaf pleted on dock at Lake Wortl a
called disease. All of our playersand week. If don't wake the
we up
let terminals.
STUDY HALL HELPS exceptionally Interested in Florida pine are available by applying to
students were keenly disappointed poor seniors Just won't' have a because the national associationowns the Florida Forest Service, Talla
as we had looked forwardto banquet, and-that would be quite .
910.200,000 worth of Florida
I. On walking into study hall hassee.
having our games with Greene be sure to*scrape your heels on the terrible.I municipal, county and state secur- The slash pine because of its ex-
Cove. We are expecting to go think most of the Juniors were
ities.
floor to secure the attention of the treme rapid growth and triple pur .
P4 over to Green Cove Friday or Sat quite pleased when they got their
other students. "The Florida camps this year pose wood production, is recom
of this week.VISITORS .
urday cards (
reports Monday except
2. Before taking your seat be are fortunate In being able to prevail mended. Realization in the near
1 sure to walk by the teacher so that those taking geometry of course.]) upon President W A. Fraserof future Is possible with this species.

r AT CHAPEL she can tell you to dispose of your We are going to have two bas the association to make th"I. Once set out, freezes and

gum. ketball games this week so we will principal address this year," said W. A. Fraser droughts do not harm the pine

The students and faculty of I 1- 3. It la bad form to get to have a whole. lot to tell you next Mr. Whittier "Mr. Fraser will Last June 0 the Woodmen of seedlings and the land is put into

Bradford High were 'greatly honored studying without being told. week. make only a few speeches at head the World celebrated its fortieth production, piling up dividends for

last Thursday in havlnj Mr. 4. Always drop your book on Dear me, just 'a little over two; camp meetings this year, and he birthday. the owner. ,Conservatively estimated -
months, then the school year will has honored the Woodmen of the Climbing steadily the Woodmenof qn Ffih
TibbitU of Keystone Heights to the floor in the midst of profound on average land, pines will
be What will do next the World Is the
gone. we World of Florida by including our now strongest
peak to them at the weekly chapel silence. net the owner $1.00 per acre per
period. Mr. Tibbitts' subject was 5. Be sure to think up some excuse year without our senior helpers convention among his dates. We Fraternal Organization in existence year clear profit. Better soil will rldmtr, strolling, ihoppln..
when we get "stuck." Land sakes, are going to turn out the greatest recently: being declared panorama of beauty stream ft
'What is More Precious Than for leaving the room and slam produce more handsome returns.
it makes shaky to even 104.6 percent solvent, holding this famous street of fashion.
just us crowd that bas ever confronted 71
>' interestIng the door aa out Now la the time'to !
Gold? This was a very you go plant Couraud's Oriental
think of the zeros we will get President Fraser at a Florida total Investments in securities of Cream,yoi i
t talk and was enjoyed by all. 6. Never have your own foun- I skin
possess a and
Juanlta Dukes, who halls from meeting." over $98.000.000. with gross assets complexion
We are.always glad to have Mr. tain pen, it Is much more interest- : amounting to over $102,000,000.00. I Mount Dora Hale & White even the most attractive u
Miami baa became
to walk and down the aisles recently a Head Consul WhIttier stated I store moved to Hackworth would be
A Tibbltta, and hope that he will visit Ing up The membership'of the society Is grocery proud to have
member of the junior class. We :
ua again in the near future.Dr. trying to borrow one. many new members are being ob- estimated over 500000. Since its I building. Try It tonisht. With the
Raymond was also presentand 6. When asking the librarianfor heard she "knew her onions", when I tained and will be initiated at the organization in 1890 the Woodmen I Gainesville-$100,000 wing addition first touch a fascinating, tin
-- -
read us the Nineteenth Psalm a book always forget the number it comes to playing basketball. time of the Head Camp meetingIn of the World has paid in to be forced to library,buildIng pearly appearance of radii!
Hurrah, Whirlwinds! honor of President Fraser's beauty Is revealed. Will mi..
We are very fortunate Indeed to of it. death. losses and disability ben- at University of Florida. off, streak or spot

+ +l have the different ministers visit 8. On cold days take my advice RAT NEWS visit.Mr. efits more than 203000000. Palm Beach-$3,201,925 building GOURAUD'SORIENT4I"

'' ua each week. and wear plenty of clothes. Fraser Is one of the leading Two of the largest enterprisesthat permits issued during 1930 compared

-' fraternaliats of the world. He has have placed the Woodmen of with $2,054,349 in 1929.
Hello, folks! You will now gaze
GIRLS GLEE CLUB BELIEVE IT OK NOT- the first "Rat News" of had more than 30 years experiencein the World in the fore ranks of Tamlaml Trail Tours, Inc., purchased -
upon year
the fraternal insurance field. progressive Fraternal Insurance three new Pullman busesat CREAM
1 You should hear the wonderful 1930-31. He has been associated with the societies, and made it cost of $40,000 and
George I. got a haircut Well the Rats have just gotten nationally inauguration ....., ..... a.eOY .m Ort..1&1 tr
three part chorus of the Girls' Glee Elsie B. made 90 on psychology Woodmen of the World since 1897. prominent are the War Memorial of express service between *."< 100 tor Trial Roe
Club. I tell you, it la' really worth test. over test week. We are looking For many years Mr. Fraser has Hospital at San Antonio[ and Tampa and Miami, announced. F.d_T. Mnnkl". A Sen, Now v..lit

x c, hearing and you are going to have Curtis R. caught a cold. forward to our report cards and been active In the field of public Radio Station WOW at Omaha,,
to them
rj that pleasure In about two or three Miss Isabel forgot to call for we hope get Monday and community service. Duringthe Nebraska.At .
We we'll be seniors
t weeks for they are going to have a our outlines in psychology class are hoping World War he was connected the present time'the Wood-

concert; of course the boys are hit Tuesday.The together some tiay. with the bureau of' conservationof men of the World is constructing
t It will not be long before we natural resources and chair-
also, and you know how good seniors had a $150.000 Chapel and Bird Sanc-
? an easy history will consider ourselves as "sophs"and man of the advisory board for the
they are, because you heard them lesson tuary at San Antonio Texas, on
7.J Stunt Night. Monday.Ida then maybe we'll feel bigger division of military and naval In- the grounds of the Memorial The new FOle.1
Mae answered a question in like a few "Sophs" I know. surance. Hospital.

Thats not all the Girls Glee psychology class. Well be patient until next week u_ ___ __ ____h____ _ ___ ___ _______ __
Club is going to do--they are going
Miss Florence forgot to inspectour and hear chatter ..
you'll some more
to sing over the radio at corrected themes. GREEN BEAN MOVEMENT ment from that section for at least
from the rodents.
Gainesville very soon. That is Cleo Saxon made 100 on arith- -same . / FROM FLORIDA DISTRICTS two weeks longer. IS alleeOllOlllieal

quite an honor for such a small metlcj lesson Wednesday. EIGHTH GRADE NEWS While shipments during January

,i town. But It la no wonder, with Cleo Thomas combed her hair. Miami, Fla. Feb. 6.Vhlle this season Have been less tniui

4 :Mrs. Wall directing them, and of Milton B. rang the bell five min- What would happen if I weather conditions In the vegetable one-half the volume of movement

course such talent as they have. utes early. Dorothy Smith lost her chewing, Trowing section around Pompanoand during January last season, total carto

:As a climax to all of this they are Clara Louise came to school for gum? I Ft. Lauderdale have been more shipments to date amount to about

4 'going to have an operetta. I must one period Wednesday. Dorothy Sapp knew her English? favorable during: the last few days,I I 1,803 carlots or about 120 less Uuui
it Is going to be good. The shipments of beans have increased the 1,98 cars shipped to
say Eloise Hitch had a pencil. Geraldine J. came to school on this date i >>
311.d efriv
_ Boys' Glee Club will be in the J --- time 7Martha only slightly. ,During the last last season. The heavy movement O'VII

operetta also, but they will not sing TIPS ON ETIQUETTE: ETC. P. had to stay In on his few days, quality of the shipments during November and early December -

over theradio.But tory? has improved materially and on was sufficient to bring the

we always save the best until All right girls step right up and Woodrow F, had a date?, Monday there was a fairly[ good season's total to within 125 acres

last I am going to let you In ask :Madam about your questions.She Lillian S. wore a cheap dress? demand for good stock at the Pompano of the shipments to this date last Low first

on a secret which we are not quite has a sympathizing heart, so Mr. Dowling gave us a holiday? express platform. season. cost loiv cost of oi1Cratiort

sure about yet. But the girls think don't be embarrassed.Dear Shipments during the past week Until a few days ago, quality of

that the proceeds from the operetta Madam Bramvllllera: Mrs. Perkins: Richard what Is have been only slightly heavier most shipments was rather ordinary ami up-kccjp9 and low yearly

will be used to take them to I am eighteen years old and am the greatest water power on earth? than during any of'the past four but shippers report that witu

Tampa, where they will sing in engaged to a handsome younsr men Richard: Woman's tears. weeks. While most of the carlot the warmer weather of the last few elvpreciution mean n distinct tmcing

the State High School Glee Club Should I confess? Well, I love him I shipments have been from around clays quality has improved consid

contest Now won't that be fun dearly, but he doesn't want me to LOST AND FOUND Pompano and Deerfield on the east erably. to every purchaser

for the girls and we think they are go with any other boys. Should 1 I coast, a few cars and several ex- .

good enough to win one prize at stop my "friendship" with other LOST-"Yes, yes, yes," Mr. press lots have been shipped from Montverda New community

1 least boys Dowling's pet word wall lost Mon the acreage around Lake Okee- building dedicated. TilE NEW FORD is splendid! car to own and drive

The names of those!'! who belongto "Runt. day afternoon. If it is found chobee. If favorable weather con Ocala John Thomson received because of its attractive lines and colors com-
safety
the Glee Club follows Soprano, Dear "Runt": floating around in the air, please tinues, shipments from thte lake $20,000 contract for constructionof ,
j :Melba Silcox, Cleo Shepard, Lo- You know jealous boys are hardto return and receive reward., section should Increase slightly service fort speed, reliability and long life.

I rena Green, Annie Mae Pearce, deal with and you have to do as during the next ten days but ship- au-'mobile There In
agency building at are, addition three other features of
,
,Evelyn Stump, Miriam Jacobs, Ila they say sometimes, although we FOUND-One piece of chewinggum pers do not expect heavy move- Washington and Main streets.
fiponholtz; second soprano, Alice like to have our own Importance to every fur-seeing automobile owner. .
women way. was found underneath a deskIn ..
Etholln "!roO--.__..__.___,_,__ -- - --- low first
Fernandez Hazel Adkins, Madam Bramvllllers. Mrs. Carpenter's room. It has costs low cost of operation and up-keep, and

White, Cleo Thomas, Beverly Cady; been chewed and looks to be about low yearly depreciation.

altos, Sunshine Hundley. Hope WHAT WOULD HAPPEN IF- three days old. Owner please ask

Haynea, Patsy Brinson and Thelma Mrs. Carpenter for further Infor- During the life of the car, the da '-by-day economyof
Andrew. Also Miss Lena Belle i Murla answered a question Ift
mation. owning a Ford will amount to considerably" more
Shepard a P. G., Is helping them 'history ITMiriam

try tut second soprano. Mrs. F. H. lost Milton? LOST-One sneeze. Lost between than the saving on the first cost. You save when IOU

y Long Is accompanist and Mrs. A. Anyone passed Mrs. Carpenter's study hall and'Miss Isabel's buy the Ford and you save every mile you drive.

IS. Wall, director. history IV tests T
Finder return to Alice .
room. please The
,t Dates will be announced later Mrs. Perkins couldn't tell jokes T Fernandez. f.3at reasons for this economy are simplicity of

for these things which they are Billy Graham couldn't start off O design, high quality of materials and care in manu

going to do. the month by getting 6 demerits? facturing and
FOUND-5 demerits by my assembling. Many vital parts are made
Resale in the
ranked first
sealer
NEWS NOTES class 1 name on the demerit list.In MlsaFlorence's to limits of one one-thousandth of an inch. Some to

Miss Myrtlce's science pupils did teachers have room.lost If any any, ask of Billy the three ten-tl ousandths of an inch. Throughout, the

Miriam Jacobs motored to Jack not have to stay in? > Graham for further information. new Ford is an outstanding example of fine craftsmanship -
sonville last Thursday Louise Alice F. did not have a cold T in

Hayes, a former B. H. S. student, Loula Hill, Jr., was 6 feet tall? FOUND-One It automobile engineering.The .
{ visited the senior English class last Ida Mae C couldn't T penny pencil.
laugh Is 2 inches long with the initials"J. more you see of the new Ford-the more you

}, week. Bradford T won a basketball M. B."" carved on the top aide. talk to Ford owners and experienced mechanics-th

Jack Long motored to Jacksonville game Ralp Cox took Hazel Adklna to Bring reward and get pencil from more certain you become,of this-fact. . It brings
me, Miriam Jacoba.
Monday, to take his weekly another basketball game? you everything you want or need in a motor car at on

'violin lesson. Thornton Johns. got any de-I Contract to be let this month for unusually low price.

merits hard surfacing FlorahomePalatkastretch
; The Newspaper Club baa recently /
Gator Inman had a short current of state highway No. 28.
acquired five new members-
event Fort Myers Edison bridge'to
:Miriam Jacobs, Mao Davis, Richard 4rt
be dedicated February 11.
Long, Cleo Shepard and Merrill TIlE B. IL S. HEATING SYSTEM
Orlando Frederick B. Lynch Tint: Nan FORD
Futch. Aren't they the cream of
operating Winter Park and local TUDOR SEDAN
the crop, though Watch out folks Muriel Silcox-'31
bus service.
for a bigger and better B. H. S. (Apologies to Holmes "Autonot of
Daytona Beach Asfalterra
Journal. the Breakfast Table".)
Company of Jacksonville, received
As I said before the
heating
$5.600: contract for construction of
If there'a not one thing around system of the B. H. S. Is among 4

\ the ole school It's another. Forthe the best in thla part of Florida. local mlxed-ln-place airmail port asphalt runways on

present everyone baa a cold. On some of the coldest mornings
-
You should hear all the girls' nice I. we have nice Ice-cold rooms and

deep voices. Don't you know all the have to wait for the janitor to

girls who haven't been lucky build the fires, clean the chimney No Substitute For V ,

enough to get a cold envy them and turn on the heat CO

f and especially when the teacher The boiler of this system I am Your SweetheartYou RO

4, i eaya-"you'll be excused from &Iv.Ing speaking of Is easily flooded anC h1
'
l your current event until your baa been flooded on several ocaslona. certainly don't want Ap : AQ111 LOW PDI CBS OP POD CARS:

throat! Is better." rye about decided A few weeks ago we began Neither do want substitute any. 6 L 'C
you
a cold isn't such a terrible to think we were going to hay
II' for Carter's Little Liver $430
1:' thing to have after all; they do ,one of those thrilling detective Pills as to $630
c come in bandy. stories, which modern author remedy for biliousness torpid:
I liverand constipation.TakeCaro I.O.a. ......... Rr.. r.4asd .. .. .
write-a real detective story! yah7. ._ .... .s. ... _
t j The two Biology classes of Mrs. If this county needed a cold stor ten's,move near ly two pounds .-ft.-.- 1'-. -"- ,-.. --M.r __ .-.
Perkins are now experimenting ago plant the school building would bile.cleansingwholesystem.Ao & -rJ .... ""- w .,....... adu C.y.7.SKr .

"Galla." Now, If you don't know make an excellent one for any cept no other. Buy at any drugstore

k what "GaJla' are Just ask Mr. thing could be kept throughout the for 25c. Look for the re<

e Webster, If by any chance,:you: see winter in a completely frozen state bottle. Resent substitutes. rrCi

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,\ FEBRUARY IS. mi BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH.: !: 8TARKK.! FLORIDA PAQB THROB

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DeFunlak Springs Walton SECOND PAPER FLORIDA FRESH VEGETABLE low the five-year average plant. compared with 1,240;; Texas 1.60O

County 4-H Club girls and women MOVEMENT HAS BEEN SLOW ings. compared with 2030. Total acre-

News of Florida hi Short Paragraphs are busy with plans to make homes MILL RUMORED BECAUSE OF BAD WEATHER In the early states the estimated age for the group for 1031 ia estimated II

beautiful outside as well as Inside. acreage Is 9 per cent below that of at 39,100, compared with

This la the time for planting Citrus County; Chronicle Says In- 1930, due largely to drastic cuts In'I 42,000 last season. I

'\ shrubs and trees, and many a home gum, on the Gulf Coast of Cltrun> I Jacksonville, F'a.! Feb. 10.-The Alabama and Texas resulting from

will be made attractive this year May be Site of Second Croat I fresh vegetable movement from, drought damage and low prices. I
because 4-11 Club member Is Florida has been slow due to excessive The most Madison Farmers and Mer-
LIVE STATE NEWS a Florida Plant. pronounced decline,
thinking and working to realize I unfavorable weather. Until however, has taken place in the chants Bank of Monticello, purchased r

I these plans. Lawns are being Rumors that Florida Is to have last week the weather had been second early group, where the 1931 Madison Bakery and ma.

planted to add their and cold and rainy and there have is 26 below here.
beauty another great paper mill are hinted acreage per cent that chinery
charm at by the Citrus County Chronicle been few weeks since late Novem- of last season and 38 per cent un- State highway department

TOLD BY OUR EXCHANGES --,.. published at Inverness, county ber that heavy frosts have not der the five-year average. Heavy awarded contract for bid of $150.-

Jacksonville-The entire Florida seat. Last Friday's Issue of the been reported in the major grow- reductions have taken place in Ar- 437 for construction of road be- ? y
_______ .....
.e ing sections.
u delegation in congress has pledged Chronicle says: kansas, Tennessee and Virginia. tween Lakeland and Carters.

llando-In Florida-Tom Edl1 Perry-The word done In Perry co-operation, it is said, In a con- "The Chronicle baa not been able Movement of vegetable the ear- Unsatisfactory prices during the Key West Ticket office for r

Ford, John D. Rocke- and Taylor county for the past certed movement seeking the appointment to confirm various rumorsbut has ly part of the season exceeded any last two seasons have resulted In county highway ferry system now

Henry year has had far-reaching and of one of this state's learned from fairly authoriative shipments recorded and the out- fewer acres being set to new plant- operating in connection with Al-

L, Harvey Firestone, George helpful effect toward the future leading agriculturists to the Fed- sources that plans are under way look was extremely bright but Ings, and both old and new beds bury's service station, at Flemingand i j. Y

[ Bud Fisher, Ople Read, et al.cw prosperity of this section of the eral Farm Board to succeed C. C. for early construction of a.paper during the mid-season, practically have suffered considerable damage Grinnell streets. ;,

state. Just because we have a Teague, whose resignation was recently mill at Inglls, the plant to be con every section was affected by from the hot dry weather conditions

-Vet' L. Brown, an- spell of business depression is no announced. Florida has nev- structed near the site of the old weather conditions which either of last summer.

that he will plant 10 acres reason for sitting'Idly' in the boat er been represented directly on the chemical plant, which operated destroyed the crop or curtailed) In the intermediate states the I NO MORE .

ces this requiringtrees boar Many of the state's agriculturists there for years. It Is understoodthat growth. estimated acreage Is 10 per cent RATSf
year
ang trees fruit is already have Informally the industry will be owned Tomato shipments from south under that of last year and 35 per
for purpose. Homestead-The Jack
the be- petitioned their senators and representatives and operated by the same concern Florida have been mostly on a con- cent below the five-year average. f
fruits
-Building permits the largest of tropical and to use their Influence. that recently started a similar signment basis recently the conditions Unfavorable weather and unsatisfactory or mice after you use RAT-SNAP. 1 1It's
feet t
sometimes two long
cfcsonvilta ing of the tomatoes arriving at prices have here also been .
two standard from i mill at Panama City. a sure rodent killer Try aPkg.and 4
It
clearings 40
pounds.
bank both show- weighing grows !i Jasper-W. D. Simmons, who is "In an effort to check up on the destination being so poor that fewf. the chief factors contributing to a prove It. Rate killed with ;
of business, the trunk of the tree. It has a' l'
meters farm manager for W. D. Tuten, situation engineers have been In o. b. sales were possible. The decrease, especially in Missouri, iiAT-SNAP leave no smelt Cato or
during
Jacksonville be cut with I
In hard rind..which has to
gains; has cleared approximately $150 this section for some time estimating peak of the movement Is expectedIn Kentucky, Maryland and Delaware. dog won't touch It. Guaranteed. y i'

nary.neada. an ax. It is green, then greenish. from three-fourths of an acre of the amount of available timber,, march. Acreage In the late states Is approximately 35o size 1 cake enough for

-Louisville and yellow, and finally brown as It rip- I land he planted in turnips and and have found that there is an Practically all bean shipmentsare the same as that of a Pantry, Kitchen or Cellar ]

The will ens. rutabagas last fall. He said he had abundance of the kind that will be coming from the lower east ,I year ago and 7 percent above the 63o size X cakes for Chicken '

jivllle railroad company at Sneads startedby about $50 worth yet to disposeof. needed for paper making purposes.! coast, but shipments are light. The five-year average. House, coop, or small buildings. f
brick station Pensacola-A forest fire
,
d a new which This goes to show that if a Scrub pine and second growth market has declined from the high Acreage estimated in the early $1.25 size 5 cake enough for >

place the otd structure a moonshine outfit which devastated man Is willing and resourceful he pine of certain dimensions are levels of a few weeks ago to around I states follows:, Alabama, '3,850, all farm and out-bulldlnirs, storage l

destroyed by fire. 350 acres of timberland of can make more than a living on available all along the coast, and $5 a hamper. A few cars were compared with 0,030: last year; building, or factory building '

carload of in Walton county, 80 miles east just a little bit of land In Florida. this fact, together with deep wa- shipped from the lake section last Florida, 8,300, compared with 8- Hold and guaranteed by Cor.Inlt's .-- Y

radenton-The first from here, was brought under control But the most of us want a lot of ter, transportation facilities and week but quality was ordinary. No I! 100; Louisiana, 23,600 comparedwith Drug Store The Njral Story, i '

Oy cabbage ever shipped this afternoon. Officials who in- land and on top of that don't wantto easy access to the Florida Powercorporation's considerable Increase is expected ,' 24,600: Mississippi I 1,400, 8Urk, Fla.FashlonedNewcst. ,
mtee county was sent to mar- spected the damage said they had work. for electricity for two weeks. Then vines will -- .-
Inglis plant '
late last week. Thirty or 40 found two separate stills operatedby come into bearing from seed plant. 1;: "

are expected this season. gasoline fires to minimize the S'eaboard' would seem to make this ed after the frost in early Decem ...._,_ ., I II
i Ideal
Tampa-The AH-Flor- an location for such an in- I ;_ '
danger of detection by smoke. be '. ;r
,
fda railway, subsidiary of the Sea- dustry."It (
and .
out wild bells, /'
Peppers are from the ----- -- ------ ---- -- -------- -- -- - -- -- -
erry-Ring moving
board Air Line railway, running Is hoped that the Chroniclewill
hard. Perry, Florida, is tot Lakeland-Dr. Ludd M. Spivey, lowest east and west coast at the
from Coleman to West Palm be able to print more detailsof
an airport and a good one. president of Southern college, has rate of 10 to 12 cars dally. Prices $ v.
Beach is in the bands of receivers. this project In the next issue,, h4''
el it is to be ready for the landof announced his acceptance of an Federal Judge A. Akerman said and in the meantime every effort have declined. Cabbage continuedto t ti
in the shortest pos- which will take him
move heavily. The i
planes appointment fairly move-
; he had appointed Leigh R. Powell will be expended to obtain detailsof
Ie! time. on an extensive journey abroad as the ment will probably be heavier than \
Jr.:, and F. W Smith, receivers for complete story.
-' leader of a group of tourists whose last season, as acreage Is some- 2tL-iIJ
to
the in that capacity
company
tarlanna-Frank Broxon, down travels will consist for the most what higher. .
the
subsidiary. Appointment
Yellow river this week shot f* part of leisurely visits through the operate PECAN GROWERS TOLD Celery Is going out from both
of the receivers, the judge
d I eagle measuring nearly seven Holy Land. The party will leave of AT LAKE BUTLER HOW the Sanford-Oviedo and the Sarasota
said,' was based on application
t from tip of wing to tip. This New York, June 12. bondholders for receivers and fore- TO MARKET THEIR CROI' sections, but shipments to J J

the largest eagle killed for many; date are not up to those at this (,'
closure of a $34,000(000 mortgage, P1i z
ira in this section. Clearwater-Somewhere In the ( Lake Butler, Feb. 7.-A meetingof time last year. Quality Is fair. f
under a suit filed by them at the
Bible, according to his story, Theo- time.Clewlston. the Pecan Growers was held at Spring planting Is In progress rDr j ,
Pensacola Pensacola will bet dore Cerallo read that one should same the courthouse at Lake Butler Fri. in many sections. It is expectedthat

to approximately 150 state not let one hand know what the day when a number of the larger heavy shipments will begin
-An expansion pro-
!eras vocational school directors other Is doing. He gave this explanation pecan growers were present to going out the last of this month h
will the Southern
which
March. The annual convention In court for his having gram Sugar Company give ad investment of hear the marketing problems dis and will continue through the ..i2ft.1.1LU UE LUNffi ILuif1

directors for'12 southern states rented the front room of his houseto cussed. spring.
here March 2426. a Baptist congregation, while $71,729,000 in the Everglades by The speakers, J. O. Travler and &'i :QuAttLY.uNcxAticIED:
meet
11 I Juno SO, 1936, Is revealed in a report -- 4 ;
liquor from the rear of H. S. Gibbons/ of the National Pecan
dispensing
of the United District En-
Orlando--A federal government the establishment. He got ten days. Market Association explanedthe PTtRMMINAKY STRAWiIERRYACREAGE Shadesd -
the
boratory, which heretofore has gineer at Jacksonville, same methods of marketing the nuts KSTIMVTH SIIOUSDFX'KICASK / S EAv rCE W EILH.L ,
being printed as a government
en operated In Louisiana for the Crestvlew-Okaloosa county is The through cooperation. OF II 1'EK CENT
document and released. re--
of the anopheles mosquito> soon to contribute its most current This organization Is a Federal --
udy drainage -
port bears principally on .
id the transmission of malaria, Is creation to the world of miniature flood control and the cross- Farm Board co-operative set up to Washington, D. C., Jan. 30. The 45TAT
: ,
moved to Orlando. gadgets with the announcement by market pecans in an orderly way. preliminary estimate of the 1031

Ing the Okaloosa Realty Corporationof state pany's canal investment, but the is brought sugar com-out It is farmer. owned and farmer con strawberry acreage'' Is 130,200 :71REcIt'ErO4AIIID1aIJsLT.E&GaCIIIt ::: : :: I i iwcPA'lP..asrn

twenty-five boatse Crestview, that it would soon trolled. acres, compared with 173,720 harvested '
Perry--About as one of the major points In favorof : : : : :: ; \:
now in the Keaton Beach watts Introduce a new type "pint size" These men are holding meetingsall In 1030, according to the ,"
such work.. ,,., over North and West Florida, i, ,
awaiting.favorable conditions beach bungalow. These little con- preliminary acreage report of the '

It gathering sponges. Early work densed chateaux are to be seen fired In- where pecans are,.grown, and are Bureau of Agricultural Economics, DOL.TARS'llJClf05JER..Y.MUIS: :,
St. Petersburg-Bullets
of the Crestview. meeting with success in signing up United States Department of Ag,
fa been retarded because very soon in to the airship Mayflower by hunt- r DEN NEIIn-D'crWIlKESIJARREP.Jt.: :
the to pool their pecans. ,w
weather. growers rlculture, Issued recently. This: i ,

ormy Orlando--More than 2,000 of the ers ,near have Plant caused City a loss several of helium days Clermont-Local* post office acreage is 11 per cent below that ' .'.--. _' : .::.. .':._' ''': u.d'c.; ., .::.:.: -: :'. '"";'_: ':'_.". : ,_': '
ago \
.
Jacksonville Florida improve- 7,000 affidavit blanks distributedto of last season and 12 per cent be-
gas valued at $4,000. Thirteen building undergoing work of re i
cots of the Atlantic Coast Line the Florida growers reimburse-
holes, each a quarter of inch in modeling, redecoration and general
Iroad now being made and au- ment committee have been filled
discovered in the
diameter, were
of $2- returned it is reported. A Improvements. T TS TtHrs
prized represent an outlay out and hull lof the blimp after it returnedto .
it announced yeateriy has been sent out to grow- Yl
00,000, was warning St. Petersburg. The holes were Simmons of Bainbridge, father of a'Y t
in statement from operating that all who believe they are
' a ers noted
but slow leaks were
for patched, Jack Simmons, has taken the Ini- f ,
Ticiala of the railroad. entitled to reimbursement Lieut. Com. Karl Lange ordered
and tiative and is responsible for the
of the
by reason
damages
property the containers deflated so
gas enterprise Mr. Simmons proposes
Tampa Florida canning .commies fruit fly quarantine should file an inspection could be made to engage In the livestock businesson

sponsoring a program to> their applications Immediately. Valves were opened today and 76- a large scale. Forty-two miles

raid to the world the superior of the precious helium _
000 cubic feet of barbed wire fence la being built
Tampa-Police South
ality of canned Florida citrus at the gas allowed to escape. A re to enclose the ranch. Most of this

ducts. will participate In the Florida fair grounds borrowed this ward for the arrest and conviction work has been completed. Approximately .
.uth Florida fair at corning and hope they return it..
Tampa Idea many of the vandals will be offered. 2,000 head of cattle
for blue ribbon awards. They didn't want to jail people for
and
have been bought placed on
the fences, so Captain ,
climbing over Re-districting
Daytona Beach- the land. Several hundred bogs "
Bradenton A 233-pound fish Leroy Rhodes bought a large to provide a reductionin
of the state have also been turned on the land
<1 a ISO-pound man had a fighta bottle of castor oil and every fence
and the number of judicial circuits Hogs and beef cattle will be pro lt I:
Bradenton bridge. The fish climber was given a spoonful from 29 to 25 la favored by the duced. Several blooded bulls of the

.n the first round, putting the> accompanied to the gate. Fence Florida, Bar association in conven Hereford, or white face, breed have

in into the river; but the man climbing has fallen off remarkablythe tion here, but the lawyers have not been purchased. Range cattle be.
ally got the decision, and the/ captain said. I
gone on record as recommendingsuch ing placed on the land will be

h. Palmer re-districting to the next leg improved. [
the
Sarasota-Recently islature. The association, however,, -
Winter Haven-With attendee Sarasota, shipped fif-
an Farms, near will recommend a bill to the legis

record well above that of aw ty solid carloads of celery Northin lature relating to pleading practice I I II .,

! ago the third annual Florida one week, which was a record. and procedure in courts of COFFINS & CASKETSAnd ir

age festival ended here Satury That which Is ,of particular inter- equity. The purpose of such a law, Full Line of .

, night In a literal blaze of est Is the new process through i I I the attorneys explained, would be a I. _

!auty, as pyrotechnics lighted the which the celery passes. Each to simplify practice and! settle Undertaker?' Supplies

iCB.Perry. crate, fresh cut from the fields, is doubtful points which delay and I II

restripped, washed, graded, packed complicate chancery cases. Present AUTOMOBILE: IIKAIISRAlwar II I

-The Forestry Associates,, precooled and loaded into waitIng In chancery prac- mn llmid. The brat I II
proceedings ... .... ........ I '
c. which owns a 40,000-acre tract refrigerator cars. said in a resolution .."YI.. lit f lo% t
Levy sold the A. S. tice, the lawyers and ..*.!.I . county, are too cumbersome
.
'hole turpentine place at Tlde- Fort Lauderdale-Work continues causative of excessive delay. reerREGISTPenEn 'I

rter, which is part of the huge dally on the placing of the -

let: to the TidewaterNaval "Amphitrlte" In New River sound Tallahassee-An agricultural development DEWITT C. JONES

ores Company of the same place. and the general painting and re- the potentialities of s'rA RKIO.'FLORIDA.

- decoration which will prepare It which promise to eclipse any similar "
ranked sec1 for the forthcoming opening. The Wa- i'll
Gainesville-Florida project In either Leon or :
< In United States postal sav- "Amphitrite," a floating hostelryto kulla county, has been launched a ;

-T3: for the fiscal year ending June accommodate 150 persons, with few miles southwest of Tallahassee ,

'. 1930 according to the reportthe acres of CO, U being managed by on the Spring Hill road on a 1

Postmaster General to Cong John W. Needham and is fully 50,000 acre tract belonging to the THE MAN WHOPROCRASTINATES I

''s. Florida had 116,489,291 onpoa1t. equipped as a modern: .hotel. Simmons-Hector lumber Interests. 1

The development bas given corn FIRSTto

-. Ocala-Investigation into'cause. siderable impetus<<) to the livestock STRUGGLES WITH RUlri I-7fuf*. 1.. r ,

Orlando-Some Idea of the big- of an explosion aboard a industry. This Industry holds first
islness constituted by tom sightseeing boat which resulted
that Is place In a well-planned agricultural
irlda's citrus Industry may be Injuries to four persons and program and undertaken a few sell ETHYL Gasoline to the Southern motoristWhen

,uged when it is stated that the death to one at Silver Springs yesterday weeks ago jointly by the Tallahassee .

..1 I for tissue paper alone for the got under way at the resort Chamber of Commerce and

ping of the fruit amounts to today. Thirteen persona were fire County Agent Grover Hodge. J. M. there was a need for a more powerful to ppreeUle CROWN ETHYL GASOLINE
boat caught
the
rescued aa
wd m 2000000.- causing the passengers to jump In gasoline lo meet the demand of madenasDd today lu brilliant red color (In the

'Unta Gorda-Opening of the the water of the largest known Are bigb-eompresilon motors Standard Oil green Standard Oil pump I I. your guarantee e
Substitutes
Ton G. Collier Bridge across the springs In the world. You know the danger of Company was again ibe pioneer, thai when I better gasoline la made

arlotte Harbor at Punta Gorda -interest ls being Never GenuineAlways delay I being the fJrl lo cell ETHYL It. will be sold by the Service
E. Apopka-A new
.a predicted for April by R. Do not pcslect kecplrtg y sirInsurance : Gasoline to Southern uotorlsl.
water sports on Lake Station and dealers handling tbproducts
.IVID.' superintendent of operas taken in protection de- Rp DUCTS
for the Raymond Concrete Apopka. The cabin cruiser Okla- something lacking In substitute quare; ppoIC you had s ore., The motoring public was quick. FOR of U>.
has been there In' original
''e waha, formerly of Eustls, that's always
Company.. tonight!
purchased by Mr. Pratt of KlUar-' Genuine Carter's Little Liver Pill OVftt SO YCAttf

Winter Park =-Funds sufficient ney and has been moved to Lake containing pure vegetable calomel Let u* inIuIeHAROLD rue

, build at Rollins Apopka. A local: group is also give tried and true relief for torpid, {
a new chapel STANDARD COMPANY
''Uege Uxls year have been prod considering the purchase of a sluggish J liver. Starting bile flowing C. WALL :
anchored on the
by Mrs Geirge E. Warren speedster now freely, they flash body dean. Carter'sLlttl. 1

''Jllton. Mass., and her sister, Mrs. waters of the St. Johns river. Water Liver FUte\ com In red bottles INSURANCE INCORPORATED IN KENTUCKYt' }ar'
possible
here see
aaer D. Cage, Worcester, Mama, enthusiasts Substitutes vv bruin (9 your ttrtt l
from
canal
J*deut Hamilton Holt announc- the opening of the Take Craft STARKE. FLORIDA
Apopka to the other lake -- I



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BRADFORD COUNTY TEUCGRAFO. StARlOB. FLORIDA FRIDAY, FEBRUARY is,
1 *. FOUR IllSl'
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W. Alderman, Mrs. M. D. Bum ,te,. Dteoo will preach at the loan, I wouldnWlte to make a few More Misplace. SlogansCrane's 'Whlle' Star Line-."...

t ,i garner,. Mra!>/ R. A. Newsom. Mrs. RISING c4IJ : cbttrca nkxt ;Sunday suggestions. Fine StaUonery"Don'tWriteTelegraph. First.
S. L. Peek:Mrs. F. BJohns Mrs. .. .. ,, morning and v eing.''*'- r ,Sine Secretary Mellon feels thatit Congressman Creenk
,, ; _lM ."..,. .. .. 0. "
ll ci.&( 4.p.y, m1DCW"Y, ., Prof.: Picks and.ltmUy.apent tb* would be almost financial suicidefor Octagon Soap "The, Taste AdVefJJa.-Contributecl. _
.. ke.k-tad tbf) Idte PI'P' :reinU : the government to cash the veterans .:I Tells'' ---:
GARDEN CLUB Mr. and Mrs- T. K. Stokes ant ... attdgh tprtttgs. compensation I suggest that Russell McPhall's Chocolate Pompano County

children of Baldwin were visiting Mr. and Mr* Chaa Weeks of owing to the fact that Mr. Mellon "Say It With!Flowers" convict making rapt

.MONTHLY MEETING OF The Madison Avenue Garden Mr. and Mrs. H.- 11.: McRaei Satur aefaoeVrflG* Of W U4 gutst t1l has been Secretary of the Treasury Clark's Grave Vaults "Even- FonatrucUngl 1'Oad 1Ie'-p' _

,W JlfEN'S CLUB Club met at the home of Mrs. I* day. )[J'. WHJd f tiA tr.'JMf i"1| lslef of our country for so many years, tually WI IyFTot; Now?" city! and, beach., _
A. Davis on but Thursday Feb. Mr. Floyd Crosby sad Mr. Jack' Sparkmaa Monday.Or. : and that be has the interest of thepeople :
Ward of JacksoavUl* were visions, of Starke, at heart and due to the fact I,IV-, --'-- .,.
i t One of the best attended me tings 5th at three o'clock p. m. W. WMtoton ', '., Y ..
'1' The president, Mrs. Davis, presided relatives here Saturday. i was a.prt nfcna Visitor here this that he (as' one of our wealthiest I ---- :::
of the Woman' Clubs was over the meeting. After the Mr. F. Shaw of Ralford. passed week. "., "r :'iIJ"" 1Mr men-and therefore, can not possibly -
the
1 held club building Wednesday, with afternoon Mrs. L. A.In DavU -regular' routine work was rtispoed *- through this section llaoday. I ajkdtslrs. 'A. J. Wilson, of be In need; I suggest that Mr. I Grocery Special

j Reports from heads of, ,plans for the show of variety Little losses Annie UM sad Keystone Heights, were visitors Mellon Invoke the aid of our esteemed -
presiding.
of standing committees were beard of flowers, which Is to beheld LelIa Haraage of Wateroak section bere last,Saturday.R .. President, Mr. Hoover and
# la the course of routine business about the first of May, was pent the week-end here with their -McCautey at Starke filled his cabinet of millionaires to assist

Plans were discussed and committees discussed. uncle and aunt. Mr. and Mrs. .B. U his regular: appointment at the him In making our government a -

( named for' the "Woman- 'The president distributed three McRae. Baptist church,,last Sunday morn- personal loan to the amount of our 10 lbs. Sugar, 'White Sacks ----- _
$
i four of flower seed and Mrs. ilcRae and It wouldbe - Zc
lees Weeding", which Is to be glven or varieties Mr. Wesley ing aDd evening His services were veterans compensation.
Friday evening, Feb. 27. Mrs. which were donated by different little son. Edwin spent the week- weU attended and enjoyed by no more than some of our big 5 lbs. FANCY BLUE,ROSE RICE _
Ada Brooks was elected 'a new seed houses for the use of the Garden -, end with Mrs. McRae's parents eager listeners, monied men did by foreign coun- at

M' member of the club. Mrs. D. E. Club. Mr. and Mrs. V. B. Wheeler at .ilrs. L J. Priest who .has been tries during _the war, which was MAXWELL HOUSE COFFEE ;
The for for the after Crestview.Mr. of the direct for our -- tit
Knight Mrs. R. F. Demorest and topic study for several weeks the guest of: one causes
Mrs. T. J. Griffin were appointed; noon was "Land caplng." Some and Mrs. J. E. Norman were her daughter Mrs, A. J. Wilson of boys to go to war. CHARMER COFFEE n;
--
on the nominating committee, with splendid ideas were presented and called to Jacksonville Sunday nighton Keystone Heights, returned to her It seems it would be a glorious, -

.Mrs. Griffin as chairman. Mrs. A.I Mrs J. M. Mitchell read a beautiful account of the Illness of their home here last Saturday.Rev. noble thing to do-and It would be Pure CREAMERY BUTTER, pound _

Z. Adklna and Mrs. O. I* Beasley and instructive paper on the daughter, Mrs. John Jackson.. F. M. Taylor preached at For our very own instead of foreign SJt
;, were elected delegates to the state subject after which a round table We are glad to report that Mr. the First Baptist church of Rex i governments. 2 Ibs. Swift's Jewel COMPOUND __ -'22r"'"
discussion followed. Henry Norman is much improved -
very last
Mrs. Edwards Sunday
convention with Hoping you find space for the
Burns and Mrs. T., J. Alderman, as Mrs. Attie Lamar of Quincy, after several days illness. -*_*.-.1 ,above I beg to remain WHITE BACON, per pound ------___ 75;
and Mrs. Love and
Mrs. Wiggins Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Lewis and
alternates.Mrs.
A. Z. Adklna, chairman of others from Keystone, Heightswere children, were visiting Mr. and Mrs. PROGRAM, ..:...-OVERVKUF Yours very truly, BACON PLATES, per pound ____ 13;
visitors of the afternoon. BOYD HOLLOWAY, -
Newn Mott at Heilbronn Springs
,ri music then took charge of the At the regular farm hour at 12
the social hour the hostess World War Veteran
During Sunday.
meeting. The following program ndon'next Monday Mr. L. T. Dyer, Smoked Breakfast Bacon, pound ___ 28t
served sandwiches and hot choc Rev. C. A. Crosby filled his regular Starke, Fla.
was rendered: county, agent will speak on a ,
BexUt-(a) "Moonlit Meadow, olate. appointment here Saturday !,Live-at-home program for the Tall Pink Salmon, per can _. ___ ih
' -
The to meeton and .
(b) Buona Notte, Mrs. R. A. Davis; meeting adjourned I night Sunday.Mrs. I farmers over WRUF at Gaines' "1t.. f ,. _
Mrs. A. Z. Adklna, Mrs. D. E. the first Thursday in March. J. A. Harnore of Wateroak. 3 cans Gibb's Pork and Beans
i -- ---- ---- ville. He' has selected Mr. D. W. ______ 20c
-
Knight. -Mm-.- -in., KT. Perryman.. _MianFlorence _on MRS. N. STEKNBEKaKNTEUTAIXS section was visiting Mrs. B. M. Moore who lives In the Theressa -
Matthews, Mlas Ethel I McRae Saturday. community, and who has made an 24 lbs Self rising Flour, extra"'pood 7JC
Griffin; Mrs. E. M. Davis piano Mrs. T. N. Norman and children outstanding record in following a

,, : Reading-A Country Club House Lovely sweet- intermingledwith were'visiting her parents Mr and live-at-home program, to speak al-
(Marshal Stedeman)-Mlas Hazel peas Mrs. H. M. McRae Sunday
so. He will tell of his experiencesand
fern arranged In
a prettily
Middleton. Quite a number of the young how farmer improve ; THE BEST IN FEEDS
owls> and vases were used by Mrs just every can ledDn
e t Solo Yesterday and Today N. in her people attended a birthday supper his condition by adoptingsuch
Sternberg decorating' 1
j; ;f (SprosB); The Sky Blue Waters, home Thursday afternoon when given at thte home of Mr. and Mrs. a program.
(Cadman)--Mrs. J. I* Briggs W T. Crosby Friday night, givenIn .
she delightfully entertained members - i LAYING MASH _ .. $2J5;
-
?
honor of
Jacksonville; accompanist, Mrs. J. their daughter, Miss The Screenunder
of the afternoon bridge club.
i U Wilkes :lacksonvllle.AruvGrZesTlackotaoetaolnnuuu. Jennie Maude's 16th birthday.
At the close of the games scores the of powerful W-C SCRATCH FEED $2.50
Miss Dollle McRae of Crosby glare
d were added and prizes awarded. J9P 1 1r I Ichts! and the stress of "Picture
ii ', During the social hour the hostesses Lake was visiting Miss Iris McRae
Mrs. H. C. Wall, Mra. O. L. Mrs. O. L. Beasley made high in Sunday. oJ Making". the beauty rendered byCoursud's C-S MEAL 7 per cent Bright _ $7.7
the club and Mrs T. J. Alderman Oriental Cream stands I ,
.1 Beasley, Mrs. John Uglow, Mrs.I was holder of high for the guests. Those who attended the birthday the teat It Rives an alluring:, SHORTS ..._ _ SI.'I.j
b Lucille Mitchell, Mrs. B. S. Carroll, The following present enjoyed a : dinner at the home of Mrs. pearly appearance that will not ., -
and Miss Florence Matthews served rub off, streak or spot
Evelyn In honor
Crosby Sunday of
salad course: Mrs. C. A. Knight. BEET PULP ._ SL co
tea sandwiches., her granddaughter, Mlas Lillian No "touchidg up" necessary as '
Mrs. J. W. KIllian of Black Moun-
Starke Fla, Feb. 8 1931. --
the skin retains the delightfully
tain, N. C., Mrs. D. A. Montleth, Kelly reported a nice time. Mr. Wm. C. Tunks oft, seductive beauty under all con- I Butter Nut Dairy/ Feed, 21 percent prot'n$2.50
HEW AND SO CLUIIKNTKHTA1NEI Remember B. Y P. U. Sun
Mrs. W M. Wainwright Mrs. A. Z.Adklna every General Manager, Jacksonville ations.
Mrs. E.. Burns Mrs. L. Wy- day night at 6,30.IIAMPTON: Journal, GOURAUD'S
man.'Mrs. O. L. Haynes, Mrs. O. L. i _
Jacksonville Fla. I
N Miss Eunice Perkins was hostess Btiaaley, Mrs. T. J. Alderman, Mrs. Dear Sir: ENT4 Atlantic and Gulf Fertilizer No
?, to members of the Sew and So W. L. Wall and Mrs. J. A. Long. After ,
!, I Club Tuesday evening at her home reading your paper care- CFEAM .
a e i '
fully and especially your political I
:j on West Call street. CIRCLE NO. s I). at s. ENTERTAIN Minn Ada.Mmmn, r.r. columns regarding the veterans -... rtMh. arch,! .nd OrlMtal Tui BhutoiFfnit Filler Brand
r, Spring flowers were tastefully CHICLES ONE AND TWO lOo fur Trial' Pis SJferd
T. Hooking A Sen. New Vei-I CityRAT'S
arranged In the living room where Messrs. J. F. Johnson and W. F.
'r the guests spent a pleasant evening Circle No. 3 of the Baptist Missionary \ Root have been recent business visItors INFLUENZA i''I: 5-7-7' i'UIXTURE-2001bs0 ft?.JO
)n' : sewing. Society will entertain Cir to Campville. I

) 4' The hostess served a sweet cles 1 and 2 on Friday afternoon': Mrs. M. V. Johnson from Kentucky SPREADINGCheck DIE S-9-3 iJIIXTURE-2CO. .c..7.;

ti course to her guests who were as February 20. at 3:30 o'clock at arlrved here yesterday and Colds at once with 666.

follows) Mrs T. T. Long, Mrs. D. the home of Mrs G. W. Alderman,, will spend the remainder of the ''Take*'it AMMO-PO 13 per cent potash 18 per
P. Carpenter Miss Madge Middle- All women of the church are cordially winter here with her daughter, as a preventive
?) ton, Miss Florence Matthews Miss \ invited to attend. Mrs. L. A. Johns. Use Ofia Salve for Babies so do mice once they eat UVT- cent Ammonia. 100 Ibs. $,'Vo
Blanche Alderman, Miss Ethel )>NAP. And they Inuve no odor
-- , ---_.._-- -_-..-_-_-_- hind. Don't take our word for It-I I I, Red Bliss Sed Potatoes. tJ.7
Grid In, Miss Min Cruber and Kiss ___.. .. .- =!,"-A ._.... _.._ _.__..__.. .. .. 150 Ibs.
--- -- -- -
,Betty Cbamberlln. try a package. Cats and dogs won'touch I ,

It. Kilts" pas up all food toget I Spalding Rose Seed Potatoes. __u.. $J.75
BAPTIST. M S CHLCLEStAtEEi' IL\T-SVA1'. Three si/.e, I

) -- QUALITY I MERCHANDISE AT LOW\ 'PRICES, Pantry 85o size, Kitchen- 1 cake or Cellar enough. for I'

I
Circle No. lot Baptist W. M. S. 63o size -2'' cakes Chicken CARL'S
met at the home of Mrs. J. E. Wilson Ilouae, coops, or small: buildings./ I CASH! CORNERPhone

a Monday afternoon at 3 o'clock. 23 POUNDS GOOD RICE FOR _________:_______________ $1.00 $1.23 size 5 cakes enough for I

Mrs J. M. Brownlee led the devotional all farm and out-buildlnga storage j f 45 Starke Fla. 'We Deliver
with scripture reading, 19 POUNDS SUGAR FOR --_ __. .______J- _,___--___,___ $1.00 building, or factory buildings. 'I I ..
Matthew 5, followed by prayer.Thee '. Sold and Guaranteed by Corpen-, .:= -

,collection was 200. 10 POUNDS IRISH POTATOES FOR ,__;J..::______-..____'i! __ 30c Ing's Drug Store, The Nyal _.a_ .... I

y In A sewing pleasant at social the close hour was of which spent! 4 POUNDS BLACK EYE PEAS FOR __..:i_____::-______!L__ 25c !:Store- --Starke-,- .. ,, Flu. 8tol'o'l!i- EIGHTH ANNUAL


ty Mrs.appointed Wilson plate served lunch a consisting beautifully of I'' BABY LIMA BEANS, 13 pounds for _____________:_____,_ $1.00 1 VOtUSIACOUNTY F.AI'Rw

wt hot chocolate, sandwiches, wafers FLORIDAT
and puITloa. There were ten present -I, GREAT NORTHERN BEANS, 13 pounds for ___:_:i____ $1.00 '
o '
who were as follows: Mrs. J'I *-> - -
Silcox, Mrs. Moore, :Mrs. A

$ Wall Mrs. Leith, Mrs. Brown, ]Mrs ,, edO 'WESTERN STEAK GAINESVILLE, FLA.
I
ROUND, Pound, 30c; LOIN, .{_ 35c4
L? James Shepard. Mrs. James Kite, ---- and Citrus Fruit
Mrs J. M. Brownlee and Mrs. C. A. -- Exposition
,Knight. Pork Chops,-Pound, 20; Home cured Bacon, pound _____1:__ 20c ;S I
1 rt --4 Program Week Feb. 12
I Ian'
Circle. Missionary No. 2 of Society the Baptist met Worn.with Home Cured Hams, pound-25c; CHEESE, pound _!__ 25c Cd.
I I DeLAND Feb.17-21
I'*, noon;Mrs. with O. J.seven Griffin members Monday present.after ''' to Boiled Ham pound SOc; Sliced Dried Beef, pound 5Sc TODAY

The devotional was opened witha I "NEW "WON" ,

+ scripture rending, 21st Psalm, O \ n l With TUES., WED., THURS., FRL, SAT.,
'
'f, followed with prayer, both by the WOLVERINE WORK SHOES Lawrence Tibbett
clrcli*leader, Mrs. A, M. Darby. I Value of fair plant 9325.000 Tii..... Feb. 17-Con&'I'I'"lrru 0-
Materials for finishing a quilt, Grace Moore 8J acres of landscaped ground Any ,

a were donated by members. Then) S FOR MEN-all sizes, and the best work shoe on the market n I Adoph Men;ionAdded. 17 Tropical exhibition Harden, with exotic lure Wed, .Feb Fe>>1.1*--Secretary Qov Onrlton!Mnvi.Pay F.f'Mir"
followed a short discussion of the Act News buildingsFireproof Frl, Fab :20-Herv. Fletcher Pay
church, social. One new member I') .J.4 prices running frem.. - --_ __.. .._ ____ $2.75 uprj| I Comedy Bleachers ,jrranditnnd seating, 2500 Keating8000. Sat.l"n. frt DuvTwice 'tToul'.t. and Am L"
Mrs. E. C. Priest, was added toi I, -- / = Parking dally taprndon Free ,"
Z SATURDAY"LITTLE capacity for 3500 cars Zacchlnl shot In air from cnnnnn'
The business session ,
No. 2.
Circle l rH Pooping for 3400 birds Three cages performing Hont. tig'.
it adjourned, and was ,.followed with I I 00 I Fastest. half-mil dirt trackFanked a-rl leouardii-extraordinary
the social h -hour, during which Ladies Dress Shoes CAESAR"With for speediest. auto Merrllla. In gripping; ae''.'
races .rhnolFh'e
$2.50 I
> lloavland a horses In high "
time the hostess assisted by Mr. I III. up sanitary and pollc depU. Acts. jumplns, polo, push ball.1Hazardous ,
L. Crownlee, served cocoa and Doug Fairbanks Jr. $20,000 I In premiums., paid on Feb. ,SO : Auto Polo
1 1tr
New Lot Dress in ToKhlda's
1, ,sandwiches. o Materials Coming this Week @ The latest and best in real thrill- 19,000 spent on free acts and IIl'eDolly May Japanese iruldlees equlllbrlxt trotting; "

Members of Circle No. 2 are: ) ______ __ _________________ Ing under world pictures works '"clef "fh' ....-.Moo. noted tenor w"rn'"Ru'+
t"o- !!-T 'tats and V. $. Mr and )'Ir.. Tom Marker In
f; :Mrs. A. M. Darby, Mrs; L. O. Pow- \ddf'd-IUlckpy Mouse Cartoon Show 4-n poultry Show acts ,
: of
ell, Mrs. Lila Griffin, Mrs. A. J. and Comedy .atellt rabbit Poultry show and In State south Asao. "umulerp'', wlr. walkers, clown*, *
Four v'.ct
'Thomas, Mrs E. M. Thomas Mrs I 17 Itennel' show on Saturday concert concert band.lant' l ,
Cnmmunity '
t t F. F. Flume, Mrs. II. L. Brownlee, Knchantlng flower exhibit.show Two and a half hours tree enttalnment

:Mrs., W. M. Edwards, Mrs. E. W. U'J Monday &; Tuesday Art.'"'' and"eduaatlontantique.> S: names.* Flees''. dally i, bOlt 1 InMfg '

fHayea: Mrs. A. I* Kahr, Jr., Mrs. "CIMARRON"With Bni and! varied heAt.
1 $ E. 15. Canova, Mrs. F, S. llatnrlck.!I' PEA SEED nEA l SEED Field"'Urull; Farm Exposition, Fruit Industries Extraordinary Johnny((10 number J Jones of mlnty"riding Firework dhow It
Fish
,' Mrs. S. C. Bryant, Mrs. E. D. Ca.rd'i Urlnton-Ilaylea Flying Circus Exhibit, amusement and riding devicesSpeed
., Mrs.. Mary Williams, :Mrs. Joe Edwards -, Richard Dix demon Auto..Races 8aturdsL
One of the greatest covered J..t a fraeflon .( t.. attraction. .
,. Mrs Anna Murrhee. :r.lra. : which smalte this the
F. O. Peterson Mrs Fay Gill Mr,J i No. 3 CANS PEELED PIE PEACHES, CAN .... -- ---__..._ nc wagon .pictures ever put on the
1.1'' V. B. Wheeler, Mrs. W. A. Feeler.: : NO2 CANS talking screen. Greatest
' :Mrs. F. Register, Mrs. I* W. KlckIttM. TEENIE WEENIE' PEAS, CAN __________. 25cUONAllC1 || \ddt'tl-Comedy, Act New.WEDNESDAY County Fair in the U. S.

.',. Miss" Etta Tison. SPAGHETTI or MACARONI, 3 for ____ ____ 25c
I 'Circle No. 3 of the Baptist Mis

i9 eton"tryFociety met Monday atter-\L\ MONARCH !WHEAT FOOD, PKG. EXTRA LARGE _ _, 19c -

ro :noon at the home of Mrs. ., .. . "Cohens & Ifollys.InAfrica" -
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Epperson. Mrs. CL W. Alderman, f I -
leader of the Circle opened the i WithGeorge
l 7 meeting by reading part of the 6th FRESH FRUITS AND VEGETABLES DAILY Sidney

chapter of Luke. Mrs. I* O. Hemingway I BATTERY SERVICEAt
1L offered prayer. The regu! Charles Murray

. 1'} lar business of the circle was transActed -iii3 Added-Screen Song Comedy
'1 1 t ;kl) before the social hour which News
H '(tV''v was spent 'very interestingly Iq ANDREWS STORESTARK

:,i 'j\ basket weaving and making plans ComingComlngJJ"alter.lus Smith's Service Station
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i t 4 'chocolate;Tbo: hostess and served sandwiches<< delicious to hot th_ :: FLORIDA Authorized Willard, Dealer'

y1z; allowing members: Mrs. J. D, ton in

17" Ooo m&n. Mrs. J. H. Pitts, Mrs. O, -.. =>-. c ,- 'A bralam"'Lincoln'. BATTERIES IN: STOCK
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AY. FEBRUARY IS, 1931
BRADFORD OOUMTT TKI.HnR.ATOt.. MTARITKL- .. FLORIDA PAt11C FIYKL

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SiSiZSlSiSSSiSiSiSiStSiSiSlSSSS. ? ,OJ I .. ] with Mr. and !JUst T..N. .Kendri<<1k. !mission. It has' been brought face 000. All the larger banks had' low New River,. Wednesday, Feb. 25: "

.,, \ I State's WALL! DECLARES to face with some' facts which it assessments while the smaller ones a. nxJJrooker
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Attorney H. V.
.. Knight cannot ignore .and.which the pea were paying/ the'bill. Right hereIn Wednesday1, Feb. :29., p.
attended
Bits of 'court in Jacksonville pUuand the lelislature..clU1l1ot Ig- your own city," the bank assessments m. .*/!

,,' by Wednesday Mrs. and was accompanied MUST :PROTECT nore. We all knew that real estate are higher than in the large Graham, Thursday, Feb. 26, a. m, I

relatives.Knight who was the guestof was heavily overburdened, and we est cities in the state. Then we Hampton, Thursday, Feb. 26 p.

thought that perhaps there wouldbe took the public utilities. We selected -

Local Ne VALUE' OF LAND some panacea or cure-all by the five largest power com- m.Theressa, Friday. Feb. 27 p. m. :.

Senator and Mrs. E. 'M. Johns which we could cure this allment. panies ia the state, and found, according Under the law it Is the duty of '
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left Thursday for Tampa for a vis But, to our surprise, we found that to their own statements, very person, owning, or having .
'C ncmnw'Orii P opr, Bat nias and it. While there they will be- the .... ---.., the solution did not lie in any such that they are worth In actual tax- custody of any property subject N

Prt>rrM of the County and Town. guests of Judge..and 'Mr .' Marion Large Crowd Hear*.....Chairman .ef method. It was found in the aim- able properties, more than $U9,- to taxation, 'to return the same to '.

Hendry. Taxation Committee InState pIe process of taxing all general 000,0000. They are assessed both the Tax Assessor, between'' the i

.House property according to fair valua- real and personal property, for dates of Jan. let and April the let ?

""' ---ggg---525tsi525ZSt5257St5Z5Z5 u"Z N --'O........................""" 6 Mr. and Mrs. J..:E. Robinson and --.-.- .' tions.. That is exactly what the state and county, little more than of each and every, year. If you t

WKATHKB RECORD Mr. and Mrs.. Boone Dick, Mr. granddaughter Virginia Fugate, of Land is the' bah> ls'or values in :constitution of our state calls for 8000000.. One company, the larg- wilt do this there wiU be no cause ;

Robert Wynn and Miss Carrie Ocala, were the guests of Mr..and Florida. When taxed to a point and that Is exactly what we have est in the state, is worth $126,000- for complaints. a .
Ug- ,
mpiled by Starke branch, U. low spent Sunday in Tampa. Mrs. J. F. Colley for the week-I where people cannot have homes, not been doing. 000 and is assessed' for three and a With tne exception of the above f +
and farms <'
and
end. are forced to live Cities Tax Dodgers"I half million. the I
frorestry Department. dates I will be In assessor's of
In tenements and apartment will cite just'a few instancesof
"Whether or not will need
Mr., and Mr Roy Edwards and .we flee for the purpose of receiving
IX 1931.
eek ending February houses, the very existence of your the escape from taxation of additional revenue to pay our r
Mr. E., tax returns. ,
Date Max. Min.. Precip.. P. W. George visited Mrs., W Mr. W. W. Baisden and daughter government is threatened. I property which the laws say shallbe debts Is not known, but it Is important -,. '
Hurst-of Jacksonville Tuesday.Mrs. Mrs. Jessie Mae Blakely, spent This was the' basic contentionof I' taxed, and which must be taxedif to realize that in 1931 more E. W. HATES. 9

b. 5 U 41- several days last week In Pensa- Hon Perry O. Wall, chairmanof real estate Is to be relieved: We than $56,000,000 will fall due as Interest -' County Assessor of Taxes. 'i, ,

b. 6 73 38 I.. D. Green and Mrs. W; M. cola. They were accompanied home Governor Carlton's citizens' found, to begin with, more than; and principle In the $600-: 2132t.
79 41 by Mr. Baisden's taxation committee millions ---.-.-.- -- --. - ..
7 grandson, who of
b. Wimberly were guests of Mrs. J. Ralph Friday seven acres of cut-over 000,000 public debt. The cost of lyI
b. 8 76 44 D. Clark of Gainesville Saturday. Lee Baisden. night gave Tallahassee the 'conclusions lands off the tax books. To get' such a tax commission will be small I'

b. 9 64 50 .50 of a year's work of his them back we must place their assessed when compared to the amount of

b. 10 55 37 Mr: and Mrs. C, D. Williams of Miss Edna Stansbury and committee in an address' in the values to a point where good it will do in getting property i

b. 11 5732' Tampa, were the guests of Mr. and Messrs. Bernard Wolfe and Leonard Senate chamber of the'state house. they will be made attractive as taxed properly and there will be I I I f.,

Total rainfall for week .50 In. Mrs. L. D. Green for the weekend.Don.t Wolfe of Green Cove Springs, Three hundred persons heard the Investments and where the owners savings made if this commission I

were the guests of Miss Eva Rig- address. i-, will reclaim them-- and----- reforest, will be permitted to put in county ,

Col. and Mrs. J. L. Frazee were miss'the Womanless Wed- don Thursday evening.Mr. Chairman Wall was Introducedby them. In this manner the state government business-like account "
I Senator William C. will lIecure'a certain amount of. ing methods
Hodges
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Jacksonville Wednesday. ding at the Woman's Club, Friday,
Feb..27th. and Mrs. W. W. Paige, Jr., stated that the greatest business of revenue which It does not now re- Must Help Real Estate ;.

I King and World Beater Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Edwards and, the state was the state's business. ceive. Then we found that the '"
Ruby "Taxation affects the
daughters and Merrill Struth of This, he said, must be carried on In real estate which Is taxed, is taxedon very cen-
seed. J. F Klckliter. Mr. and
Mrs. B. Jacobs I
pper and ter of business health and stability j
Jacksonville, spent the week with an efficient manner. Mr Wall he a basis'of value which ranged Males
daughter, Miss Miriam Jacobs ) In this state. There
motored are more than asiiau ,
jMr. and Mrs. N D.. Bumgarner to Jacksonville Friday. their parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. stated, had made a business studyof from 8 per cent to more than 160 $60OOOOOO of Florida bonds owned t
Struth. tho tax: affairs of the state and per cent of its actual value. These
lent
Sunday la,.Flprabome.see \ . was ready to make recommenda- actual values were arrived at by right here in :Florida. There aremort't I 1
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Mr. and Mrs. L. G. Knight of ban $40,000,000 of real estate -
Mrs. J. J.,Rigdon and Misses Eva tlons to the next legislature for a investigation on the part of the
( Doctor" Starke Flu. Jacksonville
"Oh, were week-end guestsof mortgages on record here in
and Alice Pattee attendedthe business solution- University of Florida, as to last I
Rigdon ,, which will rem-
lirch 10th, 1931, :Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Halle. Florida. The values! of these bonds j
4-H Club meeting at Mrs. T. J. edy the situation, he declared, sales values, or appraisals by a KEJJoBEE
I and mortgages have lens
Moore's home Wednesday after- without destroying existing Insti- capable, disinterested group of grown !
jur. and Mrs.. J. S. Collins of Col. and Mrs. D. E. Knight and noon. tutions. citizens. We took a cross sectionof .and Ions, as the ability to pay has i

triton, were visitors here Wed- niece, Miss Louise Thede were recent the mercantile business of 'decreased.. The basic 'security of
the
Isday.I visitors to Tallahassee. -- Some' Point Made' state, selected these debts. ia real estate which j' BREAD ;
Miss Ethel Moore was a guestat Chairman Wall made number twenty-five stores
a 'has market because of .
no taxation.It
Polnaetta Grove No. 266, Jacksonville wholly local ones and not parts of I : ,
I Mr. G. W. Spires of Lake Butler Mrs. J. E. Malnes of Lake Butler of points. Among them were:' large Is therefore Imperative that real v
organization: We found .
Friday night and was on that
t is a business visitor hete Wed- spent Tuesday with Mrs. D. That the state Is worth from estate be relieved, even if it means
these
'sday. Knight. E.1 the program. Miss Moore, sang, five to six: billions of dollars and' stores, according to their sources of revenue to debts. I Milk is one of the {t
own sworn statements pay
"Just a Melody, accompanied by Is were worth
assessed at $$600,000,000
i ; more than When taxation affects the pros. most important \ie '
Miss Shaw at the piano. 912,000,000 in taxable 1 '
Dr. and Mrs..O. L. Hayncs, Sara Mrs. Ella Snyder and son, Roy That Leon 'county assessments properties and they are assessed perlty of the state"and Its people health 1 ::

ope, Georgia, and O. L. Jr., spent Snyder of Lansdale Pa., were are higher in rate than Hillsborouffh at little more than one million ts It is now doing, no stone must ingredients
The ladies: of the Christian
unday In St. Augustine. guests of Senator and Mrs... E. M. county assessments; jo left unturned to restore confi used in this good f i :,
church are giving an oyster His Own IlllHlllHN
sup-
That two Fort
Myers concerns,
Johns Tuesday. dence. The state of Florida Is In '
"Oh, Doctor! musical Comedy, per on Valentine night Feb. 14, 6 one worth $10!>,OOO and the other I "Bear In mind that theRe are on- trouble, and the legislature must loaf of bread. ; !
I o'clock to 9 o'clock. It will be held i i twenty-five out of the hundreds
worth $32,000; each assessed
larke, March 10th 1931. Mrs. Attie Lamar and son, Phil- are be state-mlmled when it comes to \ .1Triangles
in the vacant store between Mead'sMarket of business houses in ,
Florida.
ip left Tuesday for their home in : at 8000. I 1 I Theyare this city next April." on .
and Manning's Store. Your That a St. Petersburg firm worth located all over the state, from breed '
Mr and Mrs. Geo. C. White had Qultman, after spending several I quality
patronage would be appreciated. $300,000 Is assessed at $3,000 I I I Miami to I'ensacola, and represent
i a guest the first of the week, R. days here with Mra. J. M. Mitchell ; NOTICE
That ,, the exact status of business aaaesaments : -
a Tampa worth
concern I
Moore of Tampa.Dr Central Florida Butteries ?
Mrs. W. T. Shiver of Jennings, In this state. IncITDllErQUAUTYCAKE
$367,000 Is assessed at 14000. My own firm
Mrs. W. J. Epperson and Mrs. I I will be at the following named
arrived Sunday to spend a while That the Knight and Wall firm has more than a million and a half
B. S. Carroll attended the Dale Vansickel were the guests of I precincts on the days and dates
,etlng of the Jacksonville Dental Mi\ and Mrs. W, J. Epperson, Jr.,' with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. his own, Is worth $1,006,000 .andIs in taxable personal properties and herein stated, for the purpose of
,
V. Moore. Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Al- assessed at $80,000. we are assessed $80,000.. These '
Tax Returns for the
iclety Tuesday evening. of Jacksonville Saturday.Mr. receiving W
varez and children spent the week- That two Aliichuo.: banks worth mercantile assessments ranged present year, 1931, to-wit: UettctQuly Oiffvrmnt I
end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. $311,000 and $44, oo assessed from less than one per cent of val-
Mr Comer Long is located in E.V.. George returned to are Lawtey, Tuesday, Feb 21.
L. V. :Moore.TllERESSLt. use to not more than: twelve
'ewberry and Is a :member of the his home in Tulsa, Okla., Saturday at $83,000 and $13,000, respectively per - ;
sent Then
we took the statementsof (
luxte road department.Get after a visit here with- his sister, ; .;
all tho banks In Ii'lorMIand STEAM PKESSING COMPANY .
Mrs Roy Edwards That two Broward county banks

my prices on first class Flor- worth $240,000(* and $21,000 are assessed In found net that Intangible they owned $2 .OOOooO SUITS CLEANED, TRESSED AND! RESHAPED ) 'I:
capital. For this
at $13,000: and $6,000 respectively -
I la peanuts. J. F. Klckliter. Mrs. O. L. Beasley returned t
Tuesday from Tampa, after spend- Illlila Nutlltnn. ('"r. : I,amount they were assessed $2,000- J. Frank rfomall-I.ume .;2'I '. :

spent That a. Duval> county bank
i Miss Eva Rlgdon ing several days with'her parents --'- -- --
tfternoon In Lake Butler visiting Mr. and Mrs A. C. Durden. Mrs. David Jones returned Sat- worth $2,653,000(' 14 assessed at I| 1t: ,

p lends. I urday to her home In Hampton af-I 30000. ,

Mr. and Mrs. Sam Anderson and ter a week's 'visits. hero with her That five public utilities are |

nil show of the season, 'Oh, Mr. and Mrs. George Anderson daughters. Mrs. D. W Moore and worth Jiy3r>18,000 "aid are assessed : M-C SPECIALS FEB. 13Th and 14TI3

fcoctor," to be presented by home spent Sunday in Archer with rela- Mrs. A. L. Sullivan Mrs. Jones at $8,083,000, according to their I '

dent March 10th, 1931. tives. / will leave Sunday for Leesburg,' own sworn statements; I
where she will be a guest Mondayat I' That a survey of 26 counties''' I

J )1 the golden wedding anniversary show a total of 570,000 cattle of Compound Clfarbrook Peanut y'
Mr. and Mrs. ,J. N. Reynolds of Mrs. E. B. Jelks left Tuesday for j ,
rUatka, 'were guests of Mr. and her home In Qultman after spending of her sister and brother-in-law, which but 83.000 are on the tax I .,' ,

lira. N. D. Bumgarner ,Saturday. several days here with her Mr. and Mrs W. S. Futch. Mr. and books; I ', LARD BUTTER Butter

daughter, Mrs. T, B. Massie Mrs. Futch were residents of That there are 20,070 motor \
i Hampton for a number of years boats In the slate assessed at a to- '
Miss
Ethel Griffin and Miss Min
Tuber spent the week-end In Mr. and Mrs. N. G. Adams and and have hosts of relatives and tal of$25,000. j H\ Found11' I Ie Pound33c Pound Jar19c k'
1
send Address In Part .'
[icksonville. McKay Johnson, and Miss Myrtle friends there and here who /
Reddish spent Sunday In Jackson them congratulations and best Chairman Wall's address, In> \

Dr. and Mrs. B. S. Carroll and ville. wishes. part, follows: t

iir. and Mrs. S. L. Peek motored to Mr. G. M-; Bennett left Saturday I "Florida has sixty-seven aSlles-I .CARNATION-PET VAN CAMP'S '
he will SOT placing the values of I i
icksonviUe Tuesday. Mrs.. Ida Moore left Wednesday evening for Jasper where property
I be the guest of his daughter Mrs. for taxation without the use of,
morning fur her home in Culverton !
Mr and Mrs. Leroy Joyner of Ga., after a visit with her friend Eunice Henderson. 'any standard recognized measure( | Mil{ r w r 6 smaU 25; 3kge r r r r ,- 25c
,.ckaonville' Miss Pearl Jordan home demonstration of values whatever. It has sixty-)I'
were guests of Mrs. Mrs. J. W. White
'
M. Mitchell Wednesday. I' agent visited Mrs. C. seven boards of county commissioners j .

Mrs. J. 1,. Brlggs, Mrs. J. L. Sullivan Wednesday.Mr. 'adjusting: these values
and Mrs. A. L. Sullivan visited without the line of any factor except : Yellow No. 2 CanTcBiatces Waldorf
Leviton's Tailor Shop Clean Wilkes and Mrs. M. E. Todd of
''i S and pressing. 11-14-tf. Jacksonville, were' guests of Mrs., the state farm at RaIford Fri- I personal influence and personal I I
ONIONS Toilet
judgment Florida has sixty- Paper
A. Z. Adkins Wednesday.Mrs. I day.D.. t
lira. Edythe Montgomery and W. and Howard Moore were seven school boards and sixty-

Ira. Alice Langrford motored toIke E. 'E., Johns has as her in Starke Saturday afternoon. ,seven other branches of govern11 I '
I Mr and Mrs. W. M. Phillips have : mont to say nothing of the hun- ),, 3 pounds lOc 2 -1 15c 4 rolls 22cFILlSBURf
City Sunday. guests, Mr.her and son Mrs.,and A. daughterinlaw A Johns of- moved from Jacksonville to the dreds of sub-districts which, like'' ( - cams - - - -

See "The Womanless Wedding" I Frostproof. I(j I Phillips home here. We give them all other units, burrow money and'' i "

: the Woman's Club a hearty welcome.Mr. spend without any system. Bin- ;II
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Friday event
,. : I I Dyer, county a enVas a ally the state, having: the severelirn ,
,, Feb. 27th. Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Brugger of r S BEST FLOURA
Milford, Conn.., are spending this visitor tQ Theresaa /Saturday:: .. pu ver and duty to establish and

week in Starke, stopping at the Mr. R. E. Lee of St. Augustine, maintain a system of equitable ),

;3ENT A WORD% Magnolia Hotel. visited Sunday.his parents here Saturdayand '. taxation along and government fair and administration efficient I, "balanced". flour-you nscd It for really perfect baking.

Miss Clara lines, has failed to exercise this
Saturday night ,,
Miss Elizabeth Jones, of Jacksonville -
her friends I and has delegated the most 6 -27c Sic
entertained power f. pounds
COLUMN returned home Monday Swindell I ; 12poimds - - -
business of
after spending several days with with a pound party. Quite a large important government
and left at a taxation-to sixty-seven aubor r
crowd was present
'OR RENT-Furnished apartments her uncle and aunt Rev. and Mrs
most ficials. I
after a
spending
J, F. Klckllter. 1-16-tf. W. F. Jones. enjoyable late hour evening. "That was Florldas system of LUX--OCTAGON-CAMAY- PA LMOLIVE
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Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Carstensenand government' forty years ago. And
and Mrs. J. J. Rigdon and :
'OR Mr.
SALE: OR RENTEightyacre
farm. Mrs. Ida M Brown. daughter :Miss Eva. attended children of Lake Geneva were i it Is Florida's system of government : TOILET SOAP : 3 bar 25t
visitors here Sunday. today. It has been an ex- - r ;
Rt A, Box 164, Starke. It*I Church in Lacrosse Sunday and was .1 ,
dinner guest of Rev. and Mrs. W.I Messrs. T. B. Trlest and W. W. cellent example of failure. It Is
visitors to Gainesville generally conceded to have failed
OR RENT ..... Small downstairs M.. Moody.Mr. Packham were I
Wednesday.Mrs. except by those who profit by Its I Grade
Best
furnished Mrs. F. National Ittscuit Fresh Ground
apartment. .
In Starke failure and call
C. Sullivan was they the system
D: A. Montieth and
and Mrs.
Long, phone No. 8. It Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Davis and children Thursday Friday and Saturday 'perfect.' I I Salt Bacon Crackers COFFEE

P-EE: GRAFTING NoWs the motored to Gainesvllla Tues- t&kintr.teachers- examination. County Smallest Unit I' [ :
'"- Mr.: F. F. Brown of Hampton, "There Is'a movement. on foot', I
time. Pear plum, persimmon or day evening.The 1- here on business Friday. as the enemies of good government '- "
Pecin. See R. F. Demorest flOUd 15c 1 6 f for 25c Pound25c
Starke. Intermediate G. A.'s wUl I Mr. Gordon Weest of Hampton declare, to take away the r r r - - -
Moore SaturrJay. right of local But
hold their regular< business and i visited Mr. Howard government.
.
local government has been workedto
OR RENT-Office building, cor- program meeting Monday after- Mr. SH.. Dodd filled his regular the ninth degree in the establishment I
ner streets noon at 3:30 o'clock at the Baptist Navy n"an8 or
Call and Court ; appointment at the Christian of these hundreds of dla- Quaker Gold MedalPancake

Starke. Rent very reasonable. church. .church Sunday night. tricU. With the good roads com I
APply 2856 Post street. Jacksonville Lima Beans Meal Grits Flour
\ Fla. 2-13-2t Mrs. W. A. Colley and Miss Lois Mrs. R. M. Hersey returned munlcation and other modern fa- or {
before Thursday from Jacksonville where Ilitles which w* have today there
Colley left Sunday for Tampa; I
she has been for the last two week is no need for these districts Th i '

-OST Wte-Dinner stones ring In ,center three, three"nail large Mrs.returning Colley1 son home, Mr they, D. D.will Colleyin visit. at the bedside ill In a of Jacksonville her brother boa.whois of aunty government should be the smallest unit I I{ ? Pounds17c 1 Box - .1,_ _ IOc 2 Packages 25c ,

very
I ones each side,very small Winter Haven. "For many year. I have advocated I

finger 8. size. Return vto Mrs. A. --Curtis and Mrs.- A. V. pital.Mr.. F. Fender was a visitor to a state tax and finance com-
Mr. C. P.
Crews -
Starve. and receive reWard
of Cleveland. Ohio, left Wed- Palatka Sunday. ,
I- 2-13-2t nesday Hall for Tampa after a visit MA ReavU Kirkland was a visitor 1.

8EED3-Just received shipment here with Mr. and Mrs. W. G to_ Hampton e-Monday. I 666 JSTOllE

of aU varieties bean and Snow- HaUL I
A. Lemmert local Jew-
Cocoa-
TABLETSCure
"ake Market-seed LIQUID OR
and Norfolk :
I his of business
Kendrick Mr. and "ler. moved place
*orn- Also have full line of gar-; Miss LUlle of H'rrtson street vtDelanney -' Colds Headaches Fever "J"A"r' fnttttfrrtlnn la a
den Mrs Floyd Dave and two children from corner I
eed. See us before buying. avenue- store room In 666 ,SALVE
Glenn of Clover, F f.O
We and Mr. Thomas
I lea win Bros.uvyou money.,13041.Brown- S. c., will arrive today for a visit Bellalr Arcado.: ct.mES'BABY'S COLD l. A" A"liJj.r. ''''-''' Certainty"'N




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Find ConsiderableIodine 1(SOUTH MAY BENEFIT Whatley Prolific ,

FROM NEW METHODS Gives High Yield In Hints To'
In Florida OF MAKING FERTILIZER HousewivesWeekly
} FARM NEWS SECTION Corn Variety Tests
Vegetable Samples [ from Home Demonstra tlon Specialist
Washington, D. C., Feb. 6.-The TaI1aha..e.

southern states may be expected to Gainesville, Fla. Whatley Prolific I

1 Conducted By Gainesville, Fla. Florida vege reap important benefits from the has been the high yielding and Fruit-Juice Cookies Toast may then be placed--
to contain
a tables were found con- new processes of fertilizer manu- most feasible variety of corn for Use 1-2 cup butter or shortening; flame until butter begins 1I1I r
L. T. DYER, County Agent amounts of Iodine, according to-
slderabjp facture which are being fostered by Florida in corn variety teats that 1 cup sugar. 1 egg, 1-4 cup lemon Grapefruit .

MISS PEARL JORDAN' Home DemonstraUoa Agent to a preliminary Florida report of the Unted States Department of have been conducted by the Florida juice, 1-( cup orange Juice, '2 1-2 Use 2 Salad
at the tablespoons
Experiment
experiments
..... -.JO of Agriculture through Its Bureau Experiment Station since 1924, and cups Hour, and 4 teaspoons baking cold gelatine, li
Station for the Florida Iodine cup water 1-2
,
)/ of Chemistry and Soils, Dr. Henry in which over 60 different varieties powder cup bOiling
TOM YON (-H CLUB GIRLS' Research commission The ter 3 tablespoons III
f 4 Pecan Stiuckworm Best Q. Knight, chief of that bureau, have been tried, according to\ thelatest Cream together butter"or short- lemon Julct I
LEADERSHIP SCHOLARSHIP report just issued by Dr. R. W. cup sugar, cups
I told members of the Association of announcements by Fred H. grapefruit
and Add beaten
Controlled By BurningOr ening sugar. egg !
and H. Con- and
Ruprecbt, chemist, W. Juice (fresh ?
WON BY GLADYS McDUFFY I Southern Agricultural Workers In Hull, assistant agronomist. The re- and mix well. Combine orange and or Canned) ''
nor, assistant, showed New Zealand cup pecan meats. '
All Husks
/ 1 r.Y Burying Io- Atlanta, Wednesday.Dr. sults Indicate that the average lemon Juice and add to first mix-
f1 to contain 637 of Soak
spinach parts
gelatine
.Y Tallahassee, Fla.-The Ton Yon I down Knight told the southerners Florida farmer can increase his ture alternately with flour which In cold wale I
dine billion. I minutes
Q :Montlcello, Fla. The pecan 4-H Club Girls Leadership Scholar- per Following that recent Investigations by the corn yield by about 25 percent If has been sifted with baking pow- then dissolve in bo

, shuckworm, which often takes ship of $100 has Just been awardedto the list, beans contained 267 parts, department indicate the almost unlimited he will grow this or some similar der. Chill and roll out very thin on water. Add sugar and cool 2

l: from 40 to 75 percent of the nut Gladys McDuffy Holmes county kale 250 carrots 240. turnips 235, deposits of phosphate rock high yielding strain. Floured board, adding more flour, lemon Juice, grapefruit JUIce t:

crop, can best and moat economically Miss Ruby McDavid, district beets 220, lettuce 215, cucumbers In the southern states can be made Whatley Is a red-cobbed, white If necessary. Cut In plain or fancv! pulp, and nuts. Let stand lID\!\:

4; ; be controlled by grove sanitation home demonstration agent, has an- 219, onions 209 strawberries 197 more economically available for dent, and true prolific variety. If shapes with cookie cutter., Bake mixture? begins to thicken M
, cabbage 188 Irish potatoes 173, well and
which is simply burning or nounced. ,. phosphate fertilizers by use of the It Is not slip-shucked and treated In moderate ov..n (350 degrees F.) turn into IndlvldUalDoI4!

{ burying all husks and other shuck-' Gladys baa completed six years eggplants 147. English peas 139, blast furnace.He for weevils it may be damaged a 12 to 15: minutes. dipped first In cold water. Churn

worm carriers, according to Fred of club work, and with her bright, i tomatoes 133, collards 127, dew- said that the latest experiments bit more than common Florida Orange Nut Bread til firm. When ready to xn,
berries 110, and sweet potatoes 101 turn from
1 W. Walker, assistant entomologistwith happy disposition and willingness billion. by the bureau which have corn, but not enough to offset the Ingredients: 2 cups bread flour, molds onto crisp 1,(

the Florida Experiment Station to work has proved a favorite leader parts per demonstrated that phosphate rock increased yield.Of 2 teaspoons salt. 1-2 2 tuce on Individual plates and Ben,,
sugar,
Of these cups
course experimentshave
j'' located at the Pecan Field among the girls. She has serv- and potassium-bearing silicates the many varieties tested KIIi with mayonnaise dressing (VA,,
milk 1-2 meats
2
cup pecan ,
been running only one year, cups the salad
4, Laboratory here ed as president of her own club, can be smelted together and com- gore Red-Cob and Tisdale were Graham flour 4 and dressing the T.,

The sbuckworm is a small: moth president of the County Junior and samples for other years, may bined to form potassium phosphate, i; near the top, but not considered 1-2 teaspoons candled baking before and keep in the refriger,
powder
,
In the tests 110 sampleswere cup orange
the' same vary. tor)
F which belongs to familyof Council, has represented the coun- a highly concentrated fertilizer, quite as desirable as Whatley. 1
analyzed, and they were taken' peel, egg. ,
Insects as the Oriental peach ty twice on the state council, and salt, give promise of another im- The yellow variety that seems to Mix
ingredients and
: I moth and codling moth The cat- I has proved a leader at district club from 19 different locations, portant fertilizer development In have shown up best Is Wilson Yellow two thoroughly
; sprinkle tablespoons of the TSNAFKILLS
erpillar feeds on the nuts, thoughit camps. In her six years of club widely scattered over the state. the south Dent. It was one of the most lour nuts RA
South Carolina has been doing over and orange peel.
is sometimes: found on the wart- work she has walked an average resistant to weevils, and yielded "
Beat till RATS"
considerable iodine research, and egg light and add to milk.
like swellings on the leaves. Since of four miles each month to attend about 80 percent as high as What-
the Florida results do not EARLYBy Then pour over dry Ingredients Also,, mice.
; there are three or four broods each club meetings, and has not misseda vary PLANT CROTALARIA I Absolutely prev

l' 'year it is possible for a few Inflects single meeting. The county home greatly from those found in South ley.Two of the best early corns were stirring and beating the mixture odors from carcass. One pack

} now or even in early summerto demonstration agent, Mrs. Bettle Carolina. ( L. T, Dyer, County Agent.) Lowman Yellow and Early Yellow smooth. Last add the floured nuts proves this. RAT-SNAP coma y

cause a heavy and dangerous, Caudle, said, "Gladys has been a There was a considerable varia- Crotalarla is a new legume In Dent. They did not give as high I and orange peel. Pour into two cakes--no mixing with other fool
8 tion in the iodine content of Florida oiled bread tins and bake 45 min Guaranteed.
Infestation before nut harvestingtime. wonderful leader In her own com- Florida and Is grown for Improv- yield, but were about 10 to 12 days
4 ., munity, and has been excellent helpIn vegetables taken from different ing the soil. Judging from the earlier and were worth consideringfor utes in a 350 degree F. oven. 330 size 1 cakeenough t la

The adult moth simply lays an putting on county-wide events sections, as well as where different great Increased yields of crops fol- early feed. t Lemon or Orange Toast Pantry, Kitchen or Cellar I

p egg on the nut, The egg hatches such as achievement days and rallies fertilizers were used. There Is a lowing it, It Is commonly called thefarmer's In testing different'varieties for Slice bread 1-4 inch thick. Cut 65o size 2 cakesfor Chldn

In from five to seven days, and the ." Gladys has also been a leaderIn strong possibility that fertilizer real friend. It enrichesthe silage, Whatley again seemed desirable slices in rounds or infancy shapes House, coops, or small building
If the and B. Y P. U. will affect the Iodine content. with a cookie cutter $1.25 size 5
young tunnels Into the nut. Sunday school soil thereby adding to theltarmer's producing as much silageas cakes enough/ t is
tanner shell of the nut has not work. Where potassium Iodine was used wealth and prosperity.My other variety tested. Cream together 3 tablespoons all farm and out-buildings "ton-'

', hardened by this time the nut will This U the second year that Con- on potato lands the samples show- two preceding articles have When any; selecting for improvedcorn butter and 3 tablespoons. sugar. buildings, or factory buildings i

fall from the tree, while If it has gressman Yon has offered the ed a market increase in the Io- dealt with the importance of the local conditions must be con- Add slowly 1 teaspoon lemon or Sold and guaranteed by Cor] .

:, 'R hardened the. nut will not fill out scholarship for leadership accomplishment dine content of the potatoes.A crop, the varieties and uses. This sidered. In these tests corn grown orange Juice and 1.2 teaspoon grat- Ing's Drug Store, The Nyal She

n properly and even the outer shell to girls in the third con- considerable number of citrus article will deal! with the growingof more than 100 miles north of the ed rind. Toast bread on one side. Starke, Fla.

will have markings gressional district. Last It fruit samples are now being ana-
scars or sooty year the crop. Florida line .. "
usually proved disap- ----- ,
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t( on it was won by Evelyn Labbe, Walton llzed for iodine, and results will Seeds are rather high priced, andIt pointing. In Improving varietiesMr. "-

1' Spraying for the insect I is use; county.He be announced as soon as possible. is not recommended that the
Hull of
suggests taking some
; less, as the feeding stage Is passed offers a similar scholarshipto Since the nutritional and goiter I farmer buy many of them. How the weevil resistant common corn Strawberry Plants of Quality

;r within the nut. Grove sanitation boys and the winner will be announced preventing value' of Iodine Is well ever, the high price only Indicates and selecting seed from the most I

is the next, and even a simpler, alternative in the near future. known many more samples of: that the crop has tremendous val- prolific stalks In the field, or grow-

\\f ; that Is, simply rake and Florida fruits and vegetables, as ue and that there Is a great demand In
ing Whatley and selecting the most our 61
as
years plant this
burn the husks, mummied nuts, etc. well as fish, shrimp, and oysters, for the seed, and should not growers Is the shortest
weevil resistant seed. Good ears crop of plants we have
Sanitation ever produced Its
1l or plow them under along with the SystemIs should be analyzed so that a complete not over 85 per
start this
prevent one getting a
of seed corn should feel heavy, and cent normal over the entire
} Marion picture of their iodine be country. Quality of plants,
shuckworms. If the burning meth- Paying may I would advise farmerto
year. every firm, and the kernels should be the best ever-we are now making
shipments Into
od I la used it can be done any time Raiser get at least a few pounds this your
( County Hog had.The rather hard, with smooth, shallow section:
before March. If the is to be preliminary report about
plow
and seed
spring plant a patch so
denting. Long slender ears with Missionary 1000
to 8000 3.50
be obtained from ? per thousand 10-
used the 1 to 13 of March seems vegetables can that he have to scatter ;
Ocala, Fla.-- -The sanitation system i may enough fewer rows have proven higher 000 or over $3.25. See our agents and
Station place order. Our
best, since at that time most of the the Florida Experiment ,
o( raising h'bga, as recomend- Gainesville. over his farm next year and prob- yielders, and will cure quicker. catalog Is free for the asking.
larvae have The land
pupated.
ed by the College of Agriculture, ,1-, .- -- ably some to sell. Agents: Brownlee Bros., A. J. Thomas, Kay Newsom,
should be turned at least three
Is Fred Buhl Marlon In brief, here are my recom- Winter Garden and O. W. Roberts
paying a City recently Lawtey, 1 1a.. See them and
diskeduntil place order
Inches and should not be
county 'grower. His county agent, Farm Women Want mendations to the club boys and purchased\\new fire truck and firefighting early to make sure of wants. We will hold yuor order
about June. The burning the this
Clydo Norton, reports that Mr. farmers year: Plant one equipment for local fire
method Is the more effective but is Things for Better
Buhl has just marketed some or more acres using about six or department.Key .

also more expensive; If the plowing shoats five months old which were Richer Rural Life seven pounds of seed per a<;re. Pre- West -, Work started recently J. A. BAUERThe
is thoroughly done It will give ,
very about foot
pare the land In three
under sanitation -
raised the system, on repairing, remodeling and
pis good results. and which averaged 175 pounds Just suppose some magic prince rows as if for cotton, and plant Improving windows and fixtures in Strawberry Plant Man JuUsonla Ark. Box 21
The destruction of these husks
seed with planter or with hand in
each. should come along and invest you city hall.
.
F' will also to reduce _._._ _.__._
scab ---
serve early -- --
,i The sanitation system which Mr. with power to obtain the one thing a continuous row. Cover about -- -----_._-_._._-

t infection. Buhl follows consists of two main which you desired most, what ,. one inch deep. Cultivate two or

r Better results are likely to be obtained points. First, the pigs are farrowed would that one thing be T Of course three times to keep grass and

when aanltaUon la practicedover I on clean land--.that Is,'land that It's all make-believe, but it's a good weeds down. For a seed crop be

large areas. Growers should has not had hogs run on it before, game, anyway. Do you have lone\ sure to plant on or about the first T; W
cooperate In thla undertaking and of April so that the plants will
or which has been cultivated for a supreme desire hat stands above

k even all backyard trees should be season since hogs were last run all others, or do you have a num- have a long growing season and -

.; Cleaned up. on It, The sow is put on this land. ber crowding for first rank?/ make a larger yield of seed. Plants

G Second, the pigs are raised on Recently a national farm publi- should stand from three to six

: CANNING MEAT clean land until they are at least cation asked its women readers Inches apart In the row.

four months of age, when they will what they, as farm women, wanted When handled in this way, one

r Bontfay, Fla.-At a series of not be susceptible to Injury by most-what would be the thing acre will produce from 500 to 1,000

i'' four meat canning demonstrations worms. they would choose If each shouldbe pounds of seed, if allowed to remain -

, recently held In Holmes county Mr. Buhl grows grazing crops for invested with the magic power until frost. ,

farm women canned 640 cans of his hogs, and turns them from one to obtain her chief desire. In the No fertilizer is needed to grow

a.. meat, Mrs Bettle Caudle, home planted field to another. letters received, 3,387 combined I Crotalarla. The only coat will be : II

demonstration agent, reports S desires were expressed. Nearly- 30 !i for the seed, and a little labor in

\ percent, or between onefourthand producing the crop. _

one-third, of the desires were for After seed have been producedand __

y. Don't forget that resolution I WRCF FARM PROGRAM"The I better housing and ways and means scattered over the fields, they

s' about making 1931 a more business I Voice of of modernizing the farm home. will come up in the corn fields or 0:

year. Start It by taking an I Florida"I I Farm women realize that farmIng other crops at laying by time and In qn.uiiiuu .

W ,Inventory, and continue keeping methods have progressed ahead make a fairly good growth before

records Gainesville, Fla -., Many helpful of home-making methods. The : frost but will not make many seedas
:: : : Ill/llllli
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farm talks will be broadcast farmer is using machinery and all the crop requires a long grow- Ullllllllt :L'L.. :nu.u.a::.,.. Illllllll

TRAIN AND BUS SCHEDULES from state radio station WRUF kinds of labor-saving devices In his ing season to produce a good crop 111'111 111; :: ................. 1f111'lih
next week during the dally Florida work while the same old back of seed. In case It Is growing in
-
Change: of train schedules Jan farm hour which will begin at 12 breaking methods common In for- corn, the corn should be laid by r- ::

4th,, as follows: noon, eastern standard time. The mer days still obtain In many about the first of June. Then a

program, as announced by the homes.In fair crop of seed will mature. .
Southbound No. 1 11:09 :i-
: m., 77s
p. : :
local. Florida Agricultural extension order of prominence, other desires Seed are too expensive and the ,

Service, follows: chances too poor of getting a standto
t' were; home culture and edu-
Southbound No. 11, 11:23: a. m., 1
local. Sat.,' Feb. 14--Florida Farm cation, more farm income, a happy try broadcasting them in corn

Southbound No. 107, 11:00 a. m., News and Hints. U. S. Farm Sci- and contented farm home life, com- the first year. By all means, follow -

f limited. ence Snaphots. munity cooperation and organization -, directions and plant a 'seed .j

Southbound, No. 101, 12.04: a. m., Mon., Feb. -Planning a coun- better country churches and patch early in April. -'

T limited ty Farm 'rogram--A Task for preachers, shorter hours of work so In harvesting the seed, some pea ,7h.

Farmers and Business Men-W. T. ple use combines, binders, or oth-
No. 3, 6:35: II.. m. that farm women may be free for ,
Nettles. The Union County Live- er machines, while most of the
leisure and
Southbound No. 103, 5:10-: a., m., recreation appreciationof N... C"-ro'.e Conrei"COI.Prod&&er
limited. at-Home Program. T. Dyer. good health, landscaping of the seed are picked by hand, threshed oJ C.n.r.l Motor.

Y Northbound Tues., Feb. 17---Thrlps and Their country home. with pea hullers or beat out
No. 2, 4:53:: a. m, lo
Control-J. R. Watson. Farm "When these things come," saida with sticks. Where labor Is to JleVI.olet
!
R'; calNorthbound No. 12, 3:50:: p. m., Question Box. farm woman In writing on what be hired, the machines are to be ; ass set a new

local. Wed.; Feb 18-The Present Sta she wanted most, "the country will preferred,but it is still profitableto

"r'' tus of Crotalarla Growing-W. E. be the best In the world pick them by hand.
Northbound place In
No. 108, :5:29: lime stan ln.l
ited. Stokes. Insects Are Good Carpenters whIch to live. Nelle Rtngenberg, Those expecting to plant the seed << << of value

-James Speed. The Mineral this year may obtain more Infor-
household editor
of American
) Northbound, No.4, 7-05: p. m., '
? '
limited. Analysis of a Grapefruit Tree Farming, in commenting, says, mation by calling on me.
Although the
-Dr. R. M. Barnette. ... new Chevrolet Six I* one of M'
Starke St Wannee Brandt "But from the beautiful expres- New low pricesRoadster K

I IS3 No. 101' leaves 7:00: a. m. Thurs., Feb. 10Brooder Pneu- sions of their love of country life Clewiston Southern the most Inexpensive automobile on the
Sugar Co. $475 Sport Roadster with
monia in Baby Chicks--Dr. E. F,
which filled of the
No. 102 letters
arrives 2:40: many we !
p. m. installing new machinery In local market It offers fine-car
rumble
Thomas. Farm Reporter at Wash- received from farm women, style, perform aeat,$1951 Coach or Standard Fire-
-- many -
sugar cane factory this
near
} Blue Bus Schedule ington. already think that It Is the best Palm Eeach-"Royal Poinciana"local city. ance, comfort and dependability. And Window Coupe, $343 Phaeton, $5IC<<

C Southbound::37 a. m., 11:37: ommendations Frt, Feb. 20-for Some 1931Dr.Cotton W.Rec A. place In which to live and a homeIn resort hotel, opened for busi- along with the economy of a low purchase' Standard Coupe, 333j: : Sport Coupe

S.. m., 4:07: p. m., 8:37 p. m., 11-: the country the dearest spot on ness by Carter L. Gardner (rumble Beat)
on recent $5751 Convertible
,It 40 p. m.Northbound. Carver. _A Fertilizer Program for earth. The fulfillment of each expressed date. price, you get the caving of very low operating Cabriolet
the Pecan Orchard-G. H. Black- $613,Standard Sedan, $633
desire Sedan
from these farm Special
aR -1:50 a. m, 8:03a. : State highway department plan co t and long life with little upkeep '
m., 1:53: p. m., 4:23: p. m., 8:23p. : mon.The women has but one end-=-that of construction on widening of high- 650. Price 1. o. b. Flint, Mich.: Special
weather forecast will be given "
m. making a better fuller, and richer expense. '
between Belle equipment
way Glade extra.
and Pa-
early In each program. Mar- rural Ufe."
Tickets and information
atSmith's
hokee in
near future.Another's .
ket reports will be the
given by _
Service Station next to u
-
State Marketing Bureau In Jack-

courthouse. sonville each week day at 11 a. m. STRAWBERRY ARRIVALS ARE I NEW UDEVROLET
SIX
f and 12:45: p. m.Jacksonville POOR ToothbrushIs
Closing of MaliaN .
The tirfat American Value
ortll New York, Feb. 6. Most of Not For You
{
p Train No." 12, 3:30: p. m. Formal services I the strawberries arriving from

Train N 4, 6:40: p. m. held for opening of new Tom I I Florida this week
4 were of poor You want In the
I your own. same --
South Wright
Motor Co.. building on, quality and condition. This caused inset I See Your Dealer Below
Train No. 11. 11:00: a. m. Main and Nineteenth streets. way, on having your own = 1
fk poor movement and on accountof
Train No. 1, 6:40: p. m. Montverde Dedication services the wide quality and condition reliable tried.ut remedy for I ,

Starke & Wannee held here recently for opening of the of torpid liver liverbiliousnessand constipation -
range prices
also
were wide.
Mall closes 7:00 a. m.'Mail new community building, locatedIn The best berries sold up to 40c -Carter's Little Liver I Torode Chevrolet Co. Starke Fla.

arrives 2:40: p. m. Kirk Park. per quart with poor as low as 12c. Pills. Take Carter's and stir up ,

Fort Pierce Construction being The bulk of the fairly good straw the two pounds of bile that '.' .
A No Sunday sealer. rushed to future cleanses
completion berries, however the whole system.
ranged from 30 t
if No. 12 but train for registers. on new air' field of Fort Pierce Red bottles.
to 35o Any ALSO
per quart PInta drug store. DL\LDS IN CHEVROLET
made 15 SIXoCYUNOER
Train.u best air mall conneetloas.b81AN' AIrways Inc. ,r and 20c. .. Take Carter's. T1tUCltS.t3U TO test.I...b. Fll.s M.W'rt'WI. ........

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FEBRUARY 18, 1031 BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARKE.' FLOr.IU PAGE KVKH

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little." And he said to the woman, PRESBYTERIAN; STATE CARRIES ';

"Thy sins are forgiven thy faith

lder T M i< hath saved thee; go In peace" follows Services: Sunday_ February 15, as r -:- Do You Know ? -:- l lH $9,906,108 FIRE INSURANCEReport IN


DAILY BIBLE READINGS 10 a. m. Sunday school C. N. .
'
Christy, acting; supt.

trordu i lamp onto led nJ February 13, 1931 11 a. m. Morning worship, ser- __ I" Issued By State. :
[Thy a my ) a light t unto ay path.-Ptaln 119105.: -- -". .
,
- ''' '-' ' -' II Sure Support; The eternal God mon by the- pastor, theme "Lightfor r' : Covering! l"rotH-Trf'I'I'I'Ilrf'r

f Dx 13 0 P lY i: All religious teaching, doctrine i or Is thy refuge, and underneath are Blind Eyes." tlon Fund : ;
creed if they are to hive any claim 6:30: p. m. Christian Endeavor.
ii the love, loyalty and devotion of the people, must be In harmony with the everlasting arms.-Deut 33:27.: Topic, "The Church as a Family." In:1): )
teachings of Jesus the Christ whose words fit into every fold and crevice Prayer Father. enable us to Leader, Miss Beatrice Bullen. A total of 0,906,108 of lire
I he human of whom it was Mid in John 7:46,"NEVER MAN realize that Thy everlasting arms -urance is carried on all state
UCE LIKE THIS MAN." are underneath and not above us. I 7:30: p. m. Evening I worship, ser- property, compilation of the 1030 t
mon and : ,t ,
We are then safe from all harm. song. na report of the state fire Insurance .
of ; ,
VEEKLY SERMONETTEAbiding for another? In the presence Prayer )'
% meeting Wednesday eve-
What happened Immediatelyafter fund shows. ..'
John's Jesus "Cured ning at 7:30. "Peter's Sin
In Christ's Love I I messengers Jesus was baptized of John In Topic The report which was !issued by I "

12 13- 14. Jesus many of * plagues and of evil the Jordan? Answer, read Matt. and Salvation.. Treasurer W. V l iohn 15:9: : 10, Choir after .
As *n* jf'atner hath loved. spirits; and unto many * gave 3:16, 17, practice. immediately i(11hg ( of the total Insurance carried, $6,- 1 : i-',
: Go * tell prayer meeting.A 751,441 Is in \
sight Then said placed the state fire j
BO have I loved you: continue I February 14, 1031 cordial invitation to all our '.
John what things ye have seen and Insurance' fund, and the excess of ,
Tin love. 10. If keep
ye my
my services extended to all.
heard the blind see, the lame .. $3,134,667 In ':
adments, ye shall abide in Love Masters Fear-There is no -+ 1 a ponies. "
love; even as I have kept my walk, the lepers are cleansed the fear In love; but perfect love cast- "

errs commandment and abide deaf hear, the dead are raised to eth our fear.-1 John 4:18.: BAPTISTSunday The state fire insurance fund : .
the poor the gospel Is preached." school at 10 a. m. Some provides for a coverage up to t'' ;,
Jtia love. 12. This is my comndDlent Prayer -- Father nestled In Thy ,1
should convince John of you are a little late. Be on time asr $100,000 on one risk. insurance
These things any Any -
That ye love one anothas bosom we cannot fear, for Thou \
Jesus the Christ with the lesson well studied. Al- beyond that in in ; : -
[ I have loved you. 13. Greater or us, that was are omnipotent.What placed ,
I the benefactor and Savior of mankind ways bring an offering for we private companies. The propertyIs
!
'I
bath no man than this that a I special directions for prayer to'our a, ,
e g should send
more help or- Insured
for 73 cent of Its
lay dowa his life for hIs did Jesus give in his sermon on r per
1, Then Jesus spoke the following phanage. physical value
nds. 14. Ye are my the mountain? AnswerMatt.613. :-
words which we should all consider Worship at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. Earnings; Increase a
[ do whatsoever I com- -
ends, if ye
m. Morning subject: "The Other
nd before criticising other "For John Since its creation in May 1917,
|
ayer-Hold you. thou me up and I the Baptist came jjelther eating February 15, 1931 Side. net earnings of the fund have
B. Y. P. U. at 6130 m. Topic,
wine and p.
bread ye
nor drinking ; reached $389,507.06. Net
premiums
[ill be safe. Peace and Thou wilt
Safety -
"The Holy Spirit and the Bible..
hath devil. The son of
a
say He written during 1930 amounted
God and how should to "
we
at Is him in whose ,
keep perfect .
peace
Group 1 in charge. Leader John
man is come eating and drinking; $5,855,45. Only a small loss of ",
Irshlp him? Answer read
I mind Is stayed on thee; because he Powell Gussie Mae Bennett I a .
Behold a gluttonous ; presi- k ,
4.24. and ye'say; I trusteh In thee-Isaiah 263.: .'tilt 1 14,053.11 was Incurred during the ;
I man and a wine bibber, a friend of I dent.Midweek past year,
-t- Prayer--Father, enable me to acquaint service at 1 "
Wednesday
publicans and sinners. Of the '
aggregate amount of $1148.000 ,- l
myself with Thee and be at
7:30: m.TIIE .
Our lessons continues "One of p. carried on state buildings i. "
,
SUNDAY SCHOOL the Pharisees desired him that he peace; thereby good shall come in Tallahassee $31S,600: is held In .0: ;

LESSON I would eat with him. And behold, a unto me.Why FARMER'S GASOLINE ki.--=- ..--.....-,,=-- -.t the state fund.
is the present time so Important
woman 0 which was a sinner 0 "Help Help," is the farmer's croy, on the capitol :
? Answer, read-2 Cor. 6--: ':
brought an alabaster box of oint- 2. But can any one tell just why," .. L. building and

ment weeping and began to It seems to me that some fine day totals $ ,

For February 15, 1931 wash his feet, and did wipe them February 16, 1931 The farmer will .realize what he _mHAT the relentless fore of the Bulklay River In northern Btitlah amount of $

Subject; Jesus the Friend of with the hairs of- her head and had to pay J. Columbia has cut II channel through a wall cl solid rock 18O on the capitol. :

loners.iGolden. kissed his feet and anointed them Reward of the RighteousMarkthe By letting his horses get out of the feet high and 8 feet thick The Bulkley Gate .. It !' called la seen In ' l'

'' perfect man, and behold the up- .the photograph standing like the uncompleted masonry of man. "
Text: "This is a faithful with the ointment. barn.Because Insurance on

lying, and worthy of all accepta- The Pharisee may have invited right for the end of that man is he thot th.e tractor was all -- .- .. -- Including the

n, that Christ Jesus came into Jesus to find a fault in him or per- peace.-Psalm 37:37.: It, by darn. Mules and horses are power on the To buy more of the stuff they call higher .

It world to save sinners. 1 Tim. haps as a token of respect There Prayer Teach me, Lord "to Then the price of bit oats and hay farm. gasoline deaf and

118.:! was nothing unusual nor improperin 'know mine end that I may apply Went way down to> the bottom of Why not use them and not say Contributed. dustrial ,

Lesson Text: Luke 73650.: a woman so treating a teacher my heart unto wisdom. the bay "Damr" 044.446.

ead the whole chapter). whom she respected; the appar- ,Why should we wait on the Lord? .And now he spends mere than he Don' tbe such silly goats Miami Beach -.. City Bank of The 14

I Healing Roman officer's servant: ent wrong was In that "She was 'a Answer, read-Psalm 62:5: 6. itets for hit 1 1 earn By selling your hay, corn and oats. Miami Beach reopened for busi the state call t i

centurian's servant was sinner;" Why did she come and so 17, 1931 To lay, for the all fl they cMl j1'f .- Just stop and figure this out- ness. $450,014 while !I

|ck and ready to die. When act? February ::I1"", .? Don't turn to your wife and say Euatla-.Kutitla Drug Company of the state 1

i heard of Jesus he sent the eld- "Might she not have heard the The Love That Saves ....c For "Dear, purchased stock of Magnolia Phar $112,380 and i

of the Jews, beseeching him stern utterance * pronounced in God so loved the world that he Now he hollers and hollers and hol- "That has been an awful year, macy. stations, $ : t i

at he would come and heal his connection with such sins as hers, gave his only begotten Son that lers some more, year.. Palm Beach.-Building permits stitutions, ti[ '

rvnnt they came to Jesus 'The whole body shall be cast Into whosoever believeth in him should And wants the government to take Just because you sold all of your Issued for November, 1930 totaled I ony at

lying, that he was worthy For hell' ? Or 0 the blessing in reserve not perish but have eve lasting life. care of his chore. good cream $39,150. tentiary and J.

loveth our nation and he hath for the 'poor in spirit the ---John 3:16.PrayerIo'ather: He thinks the horse and harnessare Insane have a

ullt us a synagogue * Jesus 'persecuted,' the 'mourner' ? Might may our homebe a passe or the Himnl 110''IH'N'I'1N of Pond Trustees: llir.rOUTTtopnrt ,, City of HIArke, Month of January -I $1.001.010. :
lent with them * the centurlannt she not have heard that great Re- sanctified and blessed by Chist's We'll agree with him If he uses the I":It, n ()

0 saying 0 I am not worthyat storer - say 'Ask and it shall'' be presence as our Divine Guest. one boss shay. lleirlp.aT.lwlitu _. ,11312111 parks the :

thou enter under my roof given unto you, seek and ye shall Why should we sing and rejoice? But why not use the multiple 'XVHtrr. -. _ _u __ __ JO.I1: .7(1Huppltew ( Chlplcy' the r
be opened?' hltch1'I ,_, __ . 71)).OHFUB bra" swell the
I but say in a word and my ser- find knock and It shall Answer, read-Isaiah 49:13.: i | u -_ __ -. 41.TS. OK'I I
lant shall be'healed. Jesus Or, * Come unto me, all ye that I Then he can cross most any old according to '

. and laden, and I February 18, 1831A ditch. Total __ ..U,1I4,7 "
laid I have not found so great labor are heavy ulahursrmentnft. .
t'
(aith, no, not In Israel. And will give you rest' ?" very Needful PrayerShowme By using horses of good breed 1<'. Clark, lull on salary for Id.e, __... ...___.___. .lion onO Lake Wales-
0 found the "When the Pharisee 0 saw it, thy O Lord: teach me He then can use the feed K.: M"'Mh""Y\ Hal. on Hillary for l>"o. -- -_..._..___-_?-. .._ 4500 recently /
ways
hey returning very t'-.v \. on salary for 1>..". __nn .. ,__..._...__.__. 4IS 00 cal
mint whole." The centurian's he spoke within himself, saying. thy paths. Let integrity and up- That now produces the low priced hank of Stark, pay rolls line work eta _...__-__.._____,__?____., 107.00 factory,
if he were a prophet me: for I wait ittlvht on rar fu<>l oil ._._____ .___..__,,..____,____._.______ U.atl:
lilth and humility caused Jesus to This man righteness preserve cream Oat*. oIlM anil repair Kurd ruck .. ._-_-___._____ '_' .u........... ._ 249W
|eal his servant. Thus we learnt would have known who and what on thee.-.Psalm 25:4: 21. To buy the stuff they call gasoline.The JoXIJI'OMM: tluirKiiK anal C. O. 11. on ulsetfor plant __?__?__. ?-. 44.HI
of this Is * and Prayer -- Enable us O Lord to Hank of 'Htnrkfl nol'., FHlrhank Moriiu A Co. _.*.__.,,,___..____ Srt'! .77 :
open "The best persons are08e manner woman If lit W. II l Dr..w Co., KunpllwM, offloo _____-______??___________.._ SO.ISI
who have the lowest estimate Jesus answering Simon I have turn from all sin to Thee and follow tractors are all right as longas >..Wllt (!. Junes, KiippllvN . ._ . _... -..- h _____.___. 4 fill ,
If to unto thee In Thy footsteps. they JoH<*ph Wall, Hal on fnKliiaerlnir, .orvlrss. _____..__..?_-_-_?____..__ 707.Bd
themselves. somewhat say go ('. A. Pulf-h. Hill on nullify for l>e<'emhrr _______. ____.,____.___ 1A/ .noOulf
Raising the widow's son: Luke Master, say on a certain creditor How do all things work togetherfor But they never stop when you say Kenning Co, rur l.f..llllut/ .. .. ....._ ...._ ._. .".__. .___._____ ._.. S6-HH:
[JUT call- two debtors one owed five those that love God? Answer "Whoa." J. K. Cnllty, work for plant' --.___ _.____-_.__.._,.___*_--_______ .50Mtnrka and mlr<*-. :y
"He went: into a city had ; ..__ _
Telephone Company. phone n.rvlt _____?__..______ S 60
to 1'lttHlMirK l Hiiultabla Meter Corn. imrLx, water _---?..?_,__._,_,___ SOS Canons In .
parried out?- the only son of his they had nothing pay February II), 1931 sense- J. (. Chi,'lutophnr Cn, ntippll .. ?_..? __ __________,._...???_ ..IllUtMifial : '
other, and she was a widow; and forgave them both * which will lIe knows when to stop and whento lilmtrlo Hupply Company, nlt-ctrlo mi 'iillv* ______,-____- 37,HI I other food. \; G
e 0 touched the bier 0 and heat love him most? Simon said * he Begin the Day Right Cause commence. Julleloy> and liavlH, supplies for plant nuUras-----------------_ -.68liriiflford full*. .

was dead sat up, and began to whom he forgave most.:.' me to hea? thy loving kindnessin When he is seven or eight years old Standard Oil'ounty Company Telegraph, Lob olla publlNhlnf.. ________.___ ___.._______ 11H04 330 3>"to slue .. 1 r,

<> speak and he delivered him to Simon did not realize that this the mornings; for in thee do I He is put on the market and read- K. I-1. (Clark salary halt month January -__.._??.._________.,.- loo.00 r.mtry, :
O. K Hillary half month, January ______?_.._.?_;. ._ 4500\ I
hn mother." This again shows the woman was a repentant sinner trust; cause me to know the way ily sold, llerry lon"bur"l Itry half month, January ____.__...__........._. 4-\.00Ueturned ( ilo site 2 ;;
He I should walk; for I lift in value since rhuika ___ JO.117Tofnl HOIIHK, ,
whereon increased
tower, sympathy and love of Jes- such as Jesus came to save. For he has --------------------- ----------t------- o. Peeps (

[H, and Justifies his saying. Jno. 1- judged by the law, and not Jay up my soul unto thee.--Psalm 143.- his birth, I niHhnrMnienU -.- ___ .$$2..3it.& .23 site! 5 :

"I faith in Christ. Jesus -, 8. But the darned old tractor isn't a ItepMpltalnflfiniJanuary all farm ,imcl
am the way, the truth and grace through to Jut, amount on bond .__.___.......-?._._..$2,244 03
|ae life." compared the Pharisee's treat- Prayer Father, help us dollars worth. January 31, receipt- -......-.-...__........ ,41476 buildings, or f t '
The Inquiry of and answer to ment of him with that by the wom- start the walk of the day together. In that case you will have to pall] DlHbiirxementi -_ .. -..._ $2,23221 Mold uiiil }
Amount to balance __.__ .,_. y,4JQ.AA
pohn the Baptist: And John an, and said, "Her sins which are Lead and keep me from straying. the cow for more cream --- : Injj'w) Drug

cat to Jesus saying "Art thoue many are forgiven * but to whom What Is the Joy of the ransomed To buy more of the stuff they call $4,115-711 4.U8.78. I'Itl1rkfl. I'' hi. {

that should come? or look we little Is forgiven the same loveth I' ?.Answer, read .-- Isaiah 35:10. gasoline. January Sat, amount on hand U.426A1

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I -'- ;- the power' vented In thorn the '\t<

tr THE ,17 AINTIING(1. n TN STREET By L. F. Van Zelm 11t.r.' ,'of County t'ublla, Florida Inntrtictlim hnrebr.- \1j t 11

: ,... nnloot, I.Inn. .. to bo held.' Lll1 rm :;
iviwn-fi ot 1151 MK Itlalnw rtunootIOUH
t'J | in Hpnolnl Tax:: School ;
ity JU'3'[ 1 MY LATEST INVUNTlOM, IADI6S &.GENTLE ,..,. I 14 KHCNJN\ A*! IH.trlct NumlMtr, 16 of llrailforit
County, Klorldit, to dutermln a
MAIN <5TO6ET'. ,,-, "THE tXJGC-f DooR OPEMEn.. IT ENABLES, OHC Tb LET TF46 wherhvr or not w" shall "..nltl". ICelly -
Special Tax Pint riot Nn. D, to beoonnollilutad
LEADING" N4YJSPAPER 1 f DOG OUT IN TUE MOOMiNO WITHOUT GETTING OUT OF B D. with UK, to elect three '
tru.tu... mid determine the, amount
-i : ALARM ct.ockA) 14 I SET: : 'FOR & O'CLOCK (USUAL HOUd of mlllaice to bn umieiiiuii. valn.f "
DOGGY DOOR O aid coneolldated district. '
PPENERIS : _ AT WHICH DOG LIKES1Z) GO our). A* ALARM GOES OFF. For the purp'iMe, of hnlillnc said, ,i""

LATEST INVENTION "" : KNIFE (B) CUTS 4TblNG (C) THUS ALLOWING CAKE OP ml election. li". mnnae.rer the following, \'t'1\1 are M" ltH appoint", lo.. .'

'[ O : ICE (]D) "f0 'SLIDE DOWN SLANTINO STOoLjE: ) ne Crawford and If. II, r.wi ';,
R-R r
T. B R- t II. D MAT
CDI50N SMITH "'AIN nalrmaa.sacrelary.
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STOEET'S FAMOUS BOY R- ice TOUCHES SLEEPER'S BARE FEET (F) GIVING A. J OniFFia, "I

INViMTOa.HAS. DEVISED) A R' THEM SUDDEN> CHILL. SLEEPERS;; FIRST THOl' vTZ' > l-iO-H-i-.T ,
-- I INOTII'I
MOST UNIQUE WAY TO oPeN O t Q YANK FEET UP UNDER COVERS.. lHi9 SUDDEN **\Nki Of KI.KCTIO: ;:

OUT THE too,IN) TUC&MorjN\NG.LET THE DOd L PuLLS COPE (O) wHICH PULLS BRACKET(H) our !'<;

FROM UNOETZ. '.HeLfIEIGHT: // (J) TrCCEUPON: By the power vested In them the
ALL DOG OWNtraSETED ro1\Q.: ... Hoard of I'ublla Inatructloii. of Ilrad
WILL KINDLVWARD "OQ- N 1 ,. n / / K FALLS OPPSHELF.. AS HEIGHT FALLS, IT PULL; ford' County, Florida, hereby call
1NQJIQI'T \ an election' to he held on March $.
PUB
EQ 'lA.
/ pin SMITH'S XNEW "t'OQ c. i,. PULLINGN 1)06 Hperlal' Tax School Dliitrlct No. ..
OFFICE ACDIEc: THUS TXXja OPEN AND ALLOM.INOTb \ llradford County Florid, for the
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<;MIT04.ROOM F purpose of determlnlnir whether or
GO
T. EDISON - our.Lt not this district shall onuolldate
( eoe. @ with ItI"lnw Mpeolal Tax District No.IK. "'
8 'fl/ 'T 40* 'it;, e I Itradford County, Florida. to
tt'IW '("I0QI. C IT "... LF........2'--. elect three tru.I... and determine' I
- the amount of .
mlllace to he n """
--r __. __ _ .. _ __ ..." __ ._ _ __. __ "t against said uoneolldated dl.-- .J
---- I trlet.Per.
Charles McManus the purpose of hold In.... call!<
rDOROTHy'DARNIT-- By election' the following are appoint '
ed ue managers: Krltt Alvarei, J. U !\
Und.rhlll, M. M. 011".... ,

LL NAVE YOU Y6UR E NoT OH WFL -NAVE IT lYUut 1C. D. MAT.. '
1 ?
Cha.rn.aa.Secretary.
SO tRY To THEY WON'T. HEY
MOT BE pONT RE sEMC1ER'"STIC SANOSTon1ESR
THIS\ HOTEL-IS YOU BETTER TALKING TO METHIh'K TO UNDER STAND ONLYA A. J atUFF.3.'
YOU'RE MAkE .MAVORSAK0Ov ,
HAT Y- I3e'It.2TIYII'1'icse
FOR GUESTS' A MAN WHO HAS ecersi r E A lC6'E2AU: !112 NO. DONCE! DuNCEr- BONESt BuT '
NOT
FOR pUT .
SP- INVIT -/.d NAMESwiLL ; UF Glfart111AN: IAI.M OP
tRA.TE.\ "CAIl LAISc ) T'r jo IKNOw p00DY w NEVER HURT MA a Ot4t $;S I.A Ml.' .
YoU'QE t,
GET 4- To 5EE ; vVS -
OUT -r'a 5cME OF sire DUNCE! LL / Thirty days after date hereof, ea ;
a, THE 0'r'' wars to-wllt, the 2nd day of March, U... :
MENIN I th. underelirned icuardlan for Ix>
qj roy Anders, Thelma Anders" Melba
TowKJ ICC Anders, J. Z. Andere, Jr.. and Hutka ;
Andes, minor' helre of Adit Jo...
phln. Anders deeeaeed. will apply
to the Honorable Quo. A. Oardlner,
county Jiide. In and for Bradford -
county, Florida. For an order to eelt t
,
44 at private sale all the right, title
and 'Intereel of eald minor. 'In .aa
to the fullowlnc deecrlbed lande, to*
,' wltaFour
acres In Southeast quarter of ,
1 Southeast quarter of Section 2* Twp. '
7,1)i e Mouth Manse 24 East bounded ,
It North by Field I Flees "' land ,
of J. N. Jon.., Mount by.trr.r .
1C and ease by a etreet In Htarke. _ld
lands lrln.. and bang Bradfor j"" '
d tj tjr county, Florida \.
S II U This IOlb days January. ItJL ,,
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II '.. I cM4MNd Ouardlan for the, Above xb.9lein tminora >
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BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STAKKE. FLORIDA FRIDAY, FEnnU.Ru
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I bad never seen a mirror and one)iI [. powers that be tc>'plaY politics an4

Bradford County Telegraph I day he picked one up dropped by a 'i pass the buck. I
;; I From Other Pens i ii iiI I tourist, He looked at it and ex- | If we have at least reached the .

Established 1377 I I claimed: "Why that is a picture of I j i point where some reduction in rates I -:- Do You Know JJ

: paw." He carried it home and had I: is to be made, surely the millen- i

i'i', Published Weekly on Fridays; and Entered as Second Class I .. \ vlfo is a woman who Is expected -,. it in the attic but his wife saw I I ium must be near at bond. 1

Matter at the Post Office at Starke. Florida I to purchase without means ; him and after he had left went up! It Ia to be hoped that before

IDC! sow on buttons before they I and got the glass When she look- many more seasons have come and ,., (II", .. _..u rli ;:, T_ '
!1 ''f IG E. S. Matthews Owner and PublisherJ. come off."'--exchange. ed at It she disgustingly said: "Sol gone freight and express rates be- \
Editor '. he's been Florida and northern points ,. ,: C. Robinson . Managing ---- that the ugly old hussy tween / :
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i Tax on gasoline Is called a "pain II trotting around after."-Times- will be put on a basis with those '" ,/"., "" ,.".,'I' ;>.,.'.. ,
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Then and only '
less tax.-Starke Telegraph. In Union, of other states. ; :
( SUBSCRIPTION HATE much the- same way that they pull I ---- --- then will Florida people get ,the :

," Yearly, $1.50; Six: !Months\ 7 Payable Advance teeth painlessly, we suppone.Qronaon .-. Peter P. Proffer; statistician, told treatment they have so lorg been S

Advertising Rates on Application Journal. I us boys never to run fur the legis entitled to \ .. '. ..
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I -0-- lature. He aya fur every 100 men --0--- '

The Wickersham report on prohibition ; elected Try This on Your Older Press
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Tomorrow H Valentine Day for "young" folks.o la similar to buying sham I 3 die of ignominy (By Carroll R. :Miller: secretary .r r ; Ss

liquor in a wicker-wrapped bottle. 2 die pf mortification West Virginia Horticultural So-

-- -Starke Telegraph. Check 'n' 4 die of softening of the brain ciety.) .

( Hunters will have their last chance at game this week. ,double check.-Jasper News. 12 die of hardening of the heart There are apples, firm, cold, red
-,-oSebring 9 suffer: from loss of memory apples, whose snowy, sparklingflesh
o News printed in Its want 17 suffer from nervous disorders Is to the jaded palate of,ctv-

Business success is the result of years of hard digging. ad column last week a request fora 3 have swelling of the pocket- Ulzed man Just about what a wild
s stuffed: owL Should be easy to book, and strawberry blonde would be to a

o / secure the imitation of a pickled 50 live to a ripe and wise, but cannibal king coming off an 18-

There is art in most everything. Tampa has a physician one.-Starke Telegraph. One of: said, old age, having lost all confidence day diet.
the 57 varieties we suppose.-Be- Id the honesty and Integ i There are apples that hold at
j named Butchart.A bring News. rity of the human race.-Florida once the fresh fragranc of June

.0 -O- X-Ray. blossoms; the sparkling lilt of the

bachelor is who smokes his pipe in peace-when According to a new map made of --o- call of whip-poor-will at evening;
a man and the lingerous delight of the
the Starke and Kingsley Lake section -I One badly needed section of road-
is able to find it lips of the non-smoking maiden.
ty he ; and Bradford county, Kings way to be rebuilt this year is the
that taste
o ley Lake Is 170 feet above sea level. road from the Bradford county line Then there are apples
like a yard and a half of worn-out
How about that, Ridge Section rTimeaUnlon. to Gainesville. Alachua county
i The automobile could do a great' work in discarding some. built this road years ago at a time linoleum; apples that are almost as

of the county lines in Florida, -- o when only local traffic used it, delicious as a petrified cannon-bal
fried in second-hand tar. ";
Perhaps the small counties .will and it was good enough for; the
in face
Some
apples spit your
p
> get a few breaks from the next purpose. Now that it is a link
t'' Today is Friday; the thirteenth, but the. Florida State legislature, says the Starke Tele- of highway between Jacksonville nothing when you mean bite them.about them.But there They is

Press meet opens in Gainesville graph. And let's hope the big ones and southern points, it has gone to are Just .full of cider You would,
will also benefit by acts of that ,pieces under the pounding of;
'ie too; if you were full of elder and
0--- body.-Times-Union. heavy traffic: and needs to be re- I
'il' somebody bit into you.
ie
't(The scenery along too many Florida roads at this time of: o-- built to meet present day conditions These apples often get stewed.
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"Life ia like a deck'of cards, .-Starke Telegraph. Levy
consist of fire-swept woods. But they are not drunk. They are the tides of the Bay of Fundy are among the highest In
r year says a friend of ours. "When you county haa some roads built under THAT
eaten. world, rising to 51 feet In the Petltoodlae River and running
3:4: a o are In love, it's hearts; when you similar conditions which will short Girls and apple-Juice are some- a' the rate of from one to Vfy, miles per hour At Moncton, N..
become engaged, it's diamonds: ly be rebuilt.-Bronson Journal.A Brunswick, on the Petltoodlsc River these tide. are preceded by i
is sometimes shattered what similar. Both are generally
woman's' ideal
1 Exchange says a when you are In bad with your o bor.. or solid wall of water which rolls In suddenly with a roar thit
meth-
but more often he is only broke. wife, It's clubs; and when you dieIt' obtained by high-?pressure can be heard at a conald.rftble distinct. The photograph shows tin
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Woman Reader Says: ods-squeezing. And both are Intoxicating -, .. ...I".. ..Iwnwawr,
spades.Ex.o under certain circum- -- ------- --
o (St. Petersburg News.)

Two hundred and forty-five miles an hour should be fast! Wonder why Con., Green, 'representing Every man thinks he haa won- stances. sues that must be solved. It seems senate can do that without much
But with cider, it lasts only a
suit automobile driver. a district In which there is derful ,self-control because the. that all of this talk about salaries, ,hejp from the citizens committee.
enough'to any few hours. When awake, you
little citrus fruit grown, was the woman has the last'word.. you inequalities in Bank taxes and such And passage of a law against officials I
r out of cider. But with the girl,
1 ,-o- one to introduce a bill providingfor Every man believes he is severe are as that Is being put forward by employing members of their
dear!
"beclder" for life. Oh
a board to determine ,fruit fly with his children. you're somebody Just to mudy the wa families in official office, would
g s Some Florida editors are having trouble in properly Well, try it yourselfthen.. II
damage.-Leesburg Commercial.It Every man scatters ashes. finish ,that Job.
IfrIt s classifying escarole. It's a by-product of casserole. o Every man ia ,deceived by flat --0--Taxation"ii <" ters.That must not be. Much economy has been accomplished

y} o must be cold In some of the tery. School Situation This committee Is to be Judged In this line-for instance,

states north of here;' the way they Everyman Is satisfied with his (Peter O. Knight Tampa.) by the public on recommendations right here in Highlands county,
Atlantic City judge says he's not superstitious but he are drinking anti-freeze mixtures. weight and himself. The most amazing thing in con- that will relieve the financial bur- where commissioners have sliced

declines to hold his court on Friday the thirteenth. -Starke Telegraph. We've even Every man cherishes the thought nection with this matter Is that den. Cutting the salary roll in taxes.

heard of goofs drinking canned that he Is a' he-man and superiorto for the last two years there was half--and that Is impossiblewillnot But with all local road taxes
ti o heat In Florida.-Wauchula Advo woman. expended seventy-million dollars relieve the burden, for it will:
eliminated and other economies ef
All will agree we have too many laws, but you can hear cate. Every man considers himself for school purpose, or thirty-five only save the taxpayer 20 cents on fected approximately a 20 per cent

r' in almost any gathering "There ought to be a law' against-" -- -0- logical. million dollars a year. each $10 of taxes. If this committee -! cut In taxes-the "burden" remain
Spring Time In Bronson Every man Is sentimental. So that we have the astounding expects to draw commendation with schools and bonds demanding

o The Week's Best.-The reason Every man thinks he knows wo- spectacle of an expenditure of for any such trivially as this, It is I from 65: to 70 mills.
married men tell lies is because counties of this due for a sad awakening.And .
school funds the
That who assassinated and did not by .
l woman saw Lincon) their wives would-men 'tell lies Is men.Every man is a spoiled child. state now of twice as much as It If this report Is to receive Unless this tax and finance committee

'tell it until 50 years afterward evidently could keep a secret. Because their wives would-Tlmes- Q cost to administer the affairs of I any serious consideration from expects to cease strainingat .

TOi i a Union. There sure is sense to that Some newspapers are wonderingwhy the counties for all purposes only 'members of the legislature it must that gnat and prepare to recommend
Times-Union paRAGrapher. -- face these three something worthwhile to
Congressman Lex Green is ten years ago.Hillsborough. major problems
Punta Gorda Herald's definition of an optimist is a father Bronson Journal. furnishing them with news of what county ,Is Ion illus- i'and seek a solution. These are the bring substantial relief through

who feels certain that his son, will show more sense as he -- -+-or--- -. he Is doing In' Washington; even tration 'of the general situation.In crux: the three major points the com
i older. Members of the Florida press though they are not in his district. 1920( see page 218 of thecomptroller's First-payment of bonded In- mittee might Just as well have adjourned
grows gang will take possession of the Green is the hardest working con- report for that year, debtedness of the county and district when it first convened,
'' o--*-- University City this time next schools. :- -
gressman Florid* has in Washington Hillsborough county spent for all tee '
<' Florida'is given a total of '8,300 acres of strawberries for week.-Starka Telegraph. Come on working all the time for purposes of every kind and char- Second-Excessive bonded in- Punta Gorda Work to be completed !-

this season by the department of agriculture, against 8,100 and take it. If you find any resistance the state as a whole without re- acter two million.dollars; whereas, debtedness of a, majority of the In near future on widening:
it will be "passive.- gard to district lines, and perhaps It Is now spending nearly. three counties in the state for countv of Marian avenue between TayW
acres last year.Secretary :. Gainesville Evening News.. some daY. he will ask Florida citizens million dollars- a year- for school and road district bonds, and King streets

o u to send him Tallahassee purposes alone. It is scarcely believable Third,-The huge burden of bonds
The Starke Telegraph tells of a as governor.-Starke Telegraph. issued by municipalities of the I State highway department re

bf Agriculture Hyde warns farmers to reduce Tacoma, Wash., couple who, after But why take such a valuable ser- And Is our educational system state.. cently opened to traffic highwayNo.

i plantings, maintaining. that overproduction. is the cause of years of saving, amassed 450 pennies vant away from\", Washington to any better It certainly Is not. II Here Is 96 per cent of our taxes East. 10 PointFort between Carrabelle and

present low prices "* and spent 'em all for a marriage send him to Tallahassee; T When we invite a serious examination by the I -and 99 per cent of the "burden," ,
license. And maybe after' have BO valuablea'man as GreenIn parents of this"state of the curric using that word In its fullest sense. Pierce-Construction well

o wards decided it wasn't worth it.- Washington_ we should hesitate ulum of the public school systemof Might Just as well try to drain under way on large ice storage

Heflin I Bronson Journal.u to change him to any other Florida. They will find children the Everglades by draining Hlc- plant being erected for Fruit
will
start retires
when he from the
i a newspaper pachee Lake as to Growers Express in local yards of
posltl senate in March.. He'll find that 'a newspaper office is no Old timers say this winter has .- age being taught subjects that Ida's tax burden without a solution Florida East Coast railway.

v'' place to spend Vacation.. been the worst in 40 years: Andwe're Tai: .C rtUI att'tI an adult mind can scarcely compre-I to these three problems. Jackson.-.. Construction rapidly

P looking for the best spring (Leesburg,Commercial; ) hend; and when their children fin Without a doubt there are, in- nearing completion on new land-
obuval In 40 years.-Starke Telegraph I In xan open letter on the sub-- : ish school they do not know their stances of where economy,can and Ing field located on national highway

< county ','bootlegger"had' his ,sentence cut )In half Just as well) look for good things cct pf the .saJe'of: Jai; certificates, ABC's; they do not have the I should be sought In administrationof I near this city,,

)r, when by request bf ministers Two hours Inter officers seized any way, and you will be better' :off ,Attorney General :Fred: pavis gives fundamentals of a common school the counties and state. We are River ,Junctionr Work under
If you don't'get what you are ex- ( not denying this. In
the public a glimpse': behind the education;,they are not equipped to fact, it should way on grading and widening of
200 gallons of liquor at his >ectlng.-Bronson Journal. r be done-but
place curtains. a hard '
do any particular thing; and. as a working, hon- Water. street running from Chat-
o I IIt's ------'a' - There are property'' owners, he rule, they can neither: read, nor est and conscientious appropriations tahoochee toFirs t Methodist
1' In an exam a student who have not taxes committee of the house
paid
says any writer, nor spell correctly. Fancy a and church.
not mouse traps these days that cause well-beaten gestion was caused by trying to for'. twenty-nine or.,tbjtrty years. system of education that has as a .... .. --, --""
-----
paths to some houses in the backwoods, says the Leesburg make a square meal fit a round Some, Jorge ,taxpayers of the part of its curriculum teaching - - --- ,-

tomach.-Starke ,Telegraph. If state, he further ,declares, have'' Issued children how to play! Bless
my;
Commercial. And all the houses not in the woods either. the
are we are to believe things we an ultimatum, that they also soul! that Is what all babies want .
'
'I. hear there are lots of 'em who '
no
Intend to let thelF'taxell .
-
o go unpaid to do from the time they are three

i ri Powell of the Times-Union! advises reading country would longer welcome fear Indigestion an opportunity but who tory brought> ,unless up to these date.delinquents Among those' are department months old.in If this there state Is that any needs one

correspondence in weekly papers for a big kick. The kick any old kind of meal on : who have made),' this threat are ripping up from top to. bottom, it la

; comes when some of the aforesaid correspondence is omitted tomachs..Bronson Journal, some of the railroads' operating the educational department, coun- i ; .

issue -0- the.Ia:1 within the state. tiei and state;; and not by a com
jfrom: an Levy county, the
says
fe This shifts the crisis from the mlttee or a commission of so-caU-

,r I 0 County Telegraph ships state to the 'delinquent taxpayer. ed educators or politicians but bya
fe the carload. We've had experiencewith Unless he comes across: his state commission of practical businessmen ;
Railroads are cutting passenger fares to compete with many of them on the road I will suffer: untold"poverty; in regu- who. have made a success in
kbusesv We'd rather see rates on Florida fruits and vegetables'. and are glad to know where some lar tax collections. The state has life. "

cut, to where the growers could accumulate sufficient cash' wf them come from Thanks. J. CSelrlng ''I been,..lenient',, evidently; too ,lenientin :, o- -. I
'-- Am rican. Thanksi, too, instances,..,( ..' ,
'i many idlyby going The Taxation Smoke Screen ,
to buy a ticket for vacation ride fur' "
a the information about Levy ,
I back to rigid observance: of the tax '(From Scenic Highlands Sun)
logs. We are so dumb we had laws wilt the state be able to
0--- go Thus aptly does a Contemporary
tl"i' thought them the kind make
Clermont Press editor made the rash statement that a hams and breakfast bacon you out of.- :ahead That with being Its that functioning..,the only thing t, eral phrase impression what Is becoming of much the gen-that ,

husband(] is worth sixty thousand dollars, forgetting, evidently -' Bronson Journal. left ia for those who have enjoyed emanates from the Florida Citizens

;: 'II that there are a few women editors in the state. Now he i isti. The Leesburg o Commercial Immunity from taxation for these Finance and Tax Committee, r.

ry. being given the to few husbands wonders many years to skirmish around and We have been and still are In SAVING .
opportunity buy at bar-
a 'why Congressman Green, find the money with which to set full sympathy with the work this
gain prices. representing a district In which tie. ,tstrawberry l
of citizens is ,*
there is little citrus fruit grown body doing, fully real

Pav o Was! the one to Introduce a bill providing izing" with most of Its personnel,
Rates that Is not equitable for .They Can't Start Too
The South Florida, Fair at Tampa is the finest exhibition fruit for a board"to determine the j I I (Wauchula Advocate.) owners of real estate nor to carry Just 83: ... Young
fly damage They refer to
2' of Florida group It begins to. look as If something cent of the
products ever brought together in a and the lira aa "the gentleman from Flor- per tax burden while
I will
really be done about ,
entertainment features above the average for a state fair.'' 1
Russell Kay, as secretary to the fair association, did some valuable cctlon f Gainesville services to) one particular Sun. i '' of freight and express rates. Likewise we fully realize the ' Habits formed in childhood stick.
Evening .'
splendid work on the publicity end and the results of this''i: '-- -- According to word received here problem of satisfying all people. V There is no wholesomer '
the Interstate habit than
Commerce
work is to be the thousands in Commission I We have been able to realize the
seen by attendance. Why not use stash pine] for Dean- U to saving the basis'of
now ready begin unwind.ing -
*
location of highways + inequalities in assessed valuations I prosperity, independence
() I ravel miles to them and People smell the legal red tape which has aa between the counties--where, j I happiness. Start an ac-

,i California has BucH,a large surplus of eggs that Rotary )I .heir fragrance see We here in FlorUa for many and years bound Florida''for Instance, banks in one county count for the kiddies, and they will

and Exchange Club members clothed in do not growers shippers and made pay,on ah assessment of 2 per Cent,.-
} armor, are going. appreciate them any them take lasjiea. I J take pride In making it ..
in
another
14 grow.
on cent and In
to use eggs as ammunition to pelt each other in sham battles. more than the Cuban appreciates The commission saya the carriers another on.CO per j .
cent. This situation
:Jxe royal palm which per -
'There is no sham about the battle people in the drouth areas We congratulate grows the everywhere have the right to. set rates and must b. rectified and the com- I

.i": are putting ,up against hunger. and while the railroads are commission on Ita utilization county of- shipper anything must can file be complaints done about before It.- tral mittee's recommendation for a cen- !I BANK tF STARKEAN ,
control to
lash equalize assessments
hauling free carloads of surplus Florida fruit and foodstuffs pine for beautifying ourhighways All of which seems to the layman la
exceedingly well timed.
) to sustain them California is -Tallahassee Daily aa rather HONOR ROLL BANK
picayuntah.
\ spattering her scenery with Democrat.A But we have noticed the absence >>-
"eggs.i '\ All the red tape that baa fettered -almost a studied absence-
1 j E. S. Matthews
: o growers and shippers U unnecessary. from the committee's l Pres. R. j, Davis, CashIerU
North propaganda
Carolina
,f. ttt'' mountaineer It '
merely allows the
of solution to
I ; (:",;. any the major I* _

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