Group Title: Bradford County Telegraph.
Title: Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Uniform Title: Bradford County Telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke, Fla.
Starke Fla
Publication Date: February 20, 1931
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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Bibliographic ID: UF00027795
Volume ID: VID04799
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 33886096
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OAD GRADINGNEARING Introduction to lie Made: At Coming

Will Finally Take Position A* O'A D 2 8 T O PALATKA I ScHHlon of LegixlufuroRrprexcntettlve BE GOODThos.

Prosperity BawU, Say Former ;

END Commlsslonl'r.I Fljlng Clr'u"---" ; Spend Saturday _ ___ .. un __ ___ John Bledsoe, ;
I and Sunday in Kxhlhl- {I Prison Farm fowl to : says the Tampa Tribune of Sunday I

I Agriculture Is again staging a tlon FlylngDaredevil i, STATE FARM: UOAU IN Surfacing Starke Added to KiidKctA I will Introduce !t0-day divorce I A Brandt, member of the

comeback in Florida and will fin I -proixl.The bill similar to the Nevada statute firm of Berry & Brandt of Philadelphia
structure and Bridges! as Jack King of Chicago BUDGET | the Florida legislature in April.
nnICe ally take Its rightful position in was la Sturke Tuesday
Will Soon Be In Keadlnewi the basis of prosperity in the state, will make a death-defying para- ', T. B. Gillespie Co., of Pa- The bill says the Tribune, will be looking over the strawberry situation

according to W. A. McRae, former chute Jump from a Tnile up In the Inclusion of surfacing on latka was awarded contract Wednesday presented to the senate by Senator for the coming season, and Inllacuxxing ..

radlng of the new state farm commissioner of agriculture, In air Saturday and Sunday In the' state road 48 Starke throughthe by the state road department Samuel W. Getzen of Sumter the matter with A. J.Cr10'Is .

way will be completed during Tallahassee Saturday -for his first! field Just south of town, accordingto state prison farm to con for the hard-surfacing of county, and Bleilsoe believes It who will\ handle the grow-

next few weeks, convict crews visit here after returning from announcement made Wednes nect with the Raiford-blac- No. 28 from Flora will pans, basing his opinions on expression ers aHHoclatlon fruit this season, t '

_ng started the preliminary abroad. day. The field la near the highwayIn clenny highway in its budget home state highway to Pulakta, a distance of 1C: heard recently In Miami' I stated that local growers putting;

Kling within the town limits "The state received a terrible Lincoln CH'nd In addition to for 1931 adopts *".at the miles, according to Information at a conference of Florida legisla up quality berries need not worry

Ere the road enters to connect setback from the edny.fiasco," stunt flying .g walking and a meeting of the state road department from Ocala where the meeting of tors. about receiving top prices Good

B, state road 48. All heavy fills said Mr. McRae. "I do not think parachute drop the plane will also I I In Ocala Wednes state road department was I "Reno has been the mecca of un fruit Is bringing good prices now

e been completed and the reining that the fly existed aud the gov I be at the service of visitors who day, removes any doubt of the held Wednesday. happy couples for many years,"' on. northern markets he stated '
work will not requirey to wish to view the country from an I Hlodsoe said. "The Nevada law l us
ernment should be made repay this important link being The bid, which was $ .OOO lower and people had money to buy
weeks to complete. Bridges the: growers of the state for sales airplane. The ship will be pilotedby completed within the next six than others received, was approximately taken millions into the "state. Florida fruits( and vegetables put up In an

culverts are bring! constructedg lost, groves destroyed and fortunes Al Young.Mr. to eight months. This proj $101,000. located much nearer to New attractive manner.

the new route and this part wiped out by the campaign conducted King has made over 200 I ect was added to the budget The Murphy Construction Company York, Chicago and other big cities, Mr. Brandt especially stressed .

the work Is three-fourtha com- here." Jumps. He was entered In the National 1 through the efforts of Road of Orlando, was awarded the can supplant Reno as the national the necessity of eliminating cull '"

The former commissioner stated Air Races in! Chicago last J Commissioner Bill Shands of contract for the grading of both divorce center if the present divorce fruit from shipments, this! tendingto -

|e.'ork was started Wednesday that he saw Florida oranges and year and won honors there with his I Gainesville. Mr. Shanda never I stretches of state highway No. 2S "statute Is amended so as to huit a quick movement of shipments

I'in? the concrete piling of the 'grapefruit on sale In the marketsof Jumping. He la also holder of the overlooks an opportunityto from San Mateo to Bunnell, the reduce the necessary residence and to reduce prices With

ilge across New,River near the London where the Sunshine fruits low altitude record of 150 feet j I add to the splendid road being approximately $200- from two years to three month two cold packing plants ready to

on farm. This task will likely preferred over the Pacific coast made at LaGrange, Ill., two years ]I system of his district, and 000.price My bill would not affect the take cull and over ripe fruit thlaHeiiHon

je six months time this struc- brands. He also saw Apalachicola ago. He states he will make a special 1 Bradford county has been Work on the Falntka-Florahomc grounds for divorce. But that Is not growers. have no excuse In '

L being about the same length oysters and Fernandina shrimp on Jump on Sunday afternoonThe well treated at his hands. will begin as soon as authorized Important Nevada Include. Incom ruining the market with shipments ',

the concrete bridge now beingt sale in the London markets. : parachute is on display at Andrews project probably In about 30 days,. I patibility. The Florida law has of Inw grade berries
New River on stated Starke. - -. --. cruelty and mental anguish, also took with
across Mr. McRae stated that the taxation Store and will be completed four month I Mr.( Brandt up
28. burden has been Increased by Saturday afternoon the plane It Is anticipated. Completion amounting to the same thing as Mr, Grlffls the matter of Inducing

farting of the rock base Is prob- loss of liquor revenue and cost of will circle Starke with King hangIng \\V. O. 'ir. TO, MEET of later this stretch will throw highway far as the evidence la concerned. growers to pack their sweet corn

attest although the road de- enforcing the eighteenth amendment i to the undercarriage and he IN GAINESVILLE No. 28 open for travel its entire "My bill has been approved by Ir. crates In a different manner

tment baa assured Interested "It Is time," he said "for promises some Interesting stunts -.. distance from Lake City to Pa- many leading people. I don't know from the method now used. This

[ties that the road would be the people of the country to either 1 for the benefit of visitors In town Mate' Convention Secured; by I'nl- latka. how the minister stand on It. But Mr{ GrllTta. will take up with association

plated this year. Mr. Maasie Insist on running foreigners out of that day. verNlty. City!March 10-lSth Convict labor will bo used on the I I[ can't see why they would amend object the members at their next ; ,

tact engineer, stated Tuesday the bootleg -whiskey and murder Palatka-Florahome stretch, under because' it would not meeting, as the new method of a

tthe grade through the farm business by strict enforcement or Definite assurance that W. A. stipulations of the state road de grounds necessary fur divorce. packing materially helps the ala

[l to the Junction with Ralfordicclcnny allow a revision of the amendmentto P.-T. A. MEETING Fraser head of the International partment, while free labor will be A similar bills Is before the Arkansas of sweet corn in the markets' ;
Bledsoe pointedout
road would be ready fort what they seem ATTENDED Woodmen of the San MateoBunnellstretch. legislature I
give the people WELL{ organization of used on the benefit Hot
rock base by AprU. An effort to insist on having whether It Is World will come to Gainesville\ In obviously to C. M. T. C. IVllt.

1 likely be made to get this work Illegal. and parentsand with the rtate convention Springs.
this legal or One hundred fifty connection: "The Arkansas legislators evidently OPEN JUNE 12TH
ilerway! by that time, as friends attended the Parentfeathers with the state etaol etaolnnu Adopt Budget In It* Entirety ronllzedhe tremendous

mid allow the base to be cora- Association Wednesday of that order there on March fur IIlgh .
SCRAP tlon 18.The state high- reaped by Reno's hotels Enrollment Starts Today
to Starke without stop- STATE PRESS Ocala Feb. profits
ted on BOOK ON THE AIR afternoon, which shows the great 1013. was given by J. McL. Rid-of board at Us meeting here to and, merchants," he said.\ Sol.I Student March \

e"' Interest taken la this worth-while Bell secretary of the Chamber way adopted In Its entirety the Some members of the Florida 1 'or Other.
statement day
In "
Wednesday a
Ross Lewis and the organization. Commerce 1931 budget previously legislature, Bledsoe said thoughtthe '
Featuring Evening temporary Russell F Walthour Jr..
sing- Gainesville Capt.
opened by to the
\ MURDERER The meeting additions. divorce bill should providefor
'r11D0 Keith Orpheum with some new
Grimes Sisters, "America" and prayer followed News that Included the announcement agreed upon But he U. S|. Army, was In Starke Tuesday
TUESDAY headliners, Russell Kay, secretaryof ing The additions\ were: No. 48 itlx months' residence. and ,
TO DIE G. P. Raymond.. The that Morris Sheppard former afternoon epoke'to the ;,
Rev. clause.
by construe tho 90-day
Association Farm, will Insist
Florida Press Starke to Prison on. to
the Tax- In regard
from school students
state president, Mrs. T. J. Alderman United States senator high (:
K'athan Burton young white announces the renewal of his short business session and another high W. O. W. official tion. the Citizens Military Training:
conducted a as West II"orsIJlll Allen
which betterment, and
murdered scrap book programs Sixteen"of No. 25, for which will be held this summer
kin, who so brutally press and called for reports from the and all of the "Big Trail. Camp
farm will be broadcast each Wednesday will be Palm Beach to Military Draw at Fort Screven, Ga., June
wife, at an abandoned various committees. It was reported the organization, also, Ninth street,, Battle to
station I
Alachua at 10:30: from -- No. 2 short route on Walthour
|use near Waldo In evening that Mrs. A. E. Wall, teacherof there. built complete allan 12th to July l lth Capt.
i be
only, will go to his death somee WFLA. clever public school music, was train- The state convention of Woodmen Gainesville, Federal aid project Gainesville, Feb. 17. With both has been designated by the commanding

Tuesday In the electric chair Interesting bits of news selected Ing the children for a fairy play, to is to be accompanied by the emergency voted to ask the Fed boxers fighting for advantage general of the fourth

Belford, says the Gainesville\ squibs, verse, editorials and Mr. Kay be given for the benefit of the P.- convention of the Woodmen Circle The board for an extensionof I from gong to gong, the 10 round corps area to assist In the enrollment '
SherI items are gathered by of the or eral Government this tlon of the
fentof News of Wednesday. which T. A. women's auxiliary aid mileage on No. 23 Inul bout of the City Athletic Club work for Bee
of his depute through his clipping service the subject first Joint convention Federal fight that state and will maintain headquarters
R. J. Wells, or one The president talked on der In the the Pasco county last night produced a
switch. reviews over 300 Florida publica held In Florida. from Plant City to notices I in St. James BUlg., Jacksonville -
will throw the of Founder's Day telling many of the two ever be included In the bud lived up to all advance
'heriff Wells received word toIs tions. interesting facts about the organization More than 1,000 delegates are expected I line, to "Irlwh" Allen who halls from Orlando .

effect Wednesday from state The unique program Is prepared of I and work of the P.-T. A. to attend. get for maintenance of No. 156: Is to be , had a slight advantage over Local physicians will volunteer

horities. Burton will be thet as a tribute to the newspapers beautiful birthday cake, on Secretary Ridgell has said thatit A survey engineering Vasco Forsyth, the "Pride of Bradford their services as medical examiners
white man to die in the elec- Florida, Items from the scrap book, which was placed thirty-four candles would be the biggest convention made as soon as an County" according to thE| Copt Walthour stated, to examine -

I c: chair from Alachua county al- credited to the papers from which was the feature of the after- ever yet held in the UniversityCity. party Is available.authorized the location Sun's score card. Two of the applicants and to administer
Into a board
ugh the county furnished the they are taken are woven A. Weeks lightedthe The called the fight a draw smallpox vaccination and typhoid
Mr!! R. of an engineer on I judges
character, noon.
st vlcltra for the chair after Its program of unusual candles and read a poem en The Woodmen and members of and placing county to supervise , while the third gave It to Allen. Inoculations free of charge to
Ross Lewis .and the Grimes to stage a Road 69 In Suwannee deserved who are accepted
while thoHe applicants
plan doubt Allen
Installed.I The Torchbearer.The the; organization county convicts Without a
titled, work by
first whiten Sisters provide musical novelty that Is expected to exceed the though Forsyth I for this year's camp. Those attending
Burton will be the P.-T. A. alphabet was presented pageant but not to take over the I I tho fight even
ID be legally executed In orIm numbers. by girls from the 4th 5th, In size and character anything won the last round and finished I the camp lust summer

Alachua county within the The State Press Scrap Book Is after which Mrs. of similar nature ever presented maintenance. LaBelle to the strong. Allen was easily the master will not be required to stand another
and 6th grades 25: from
best Road No.
designed to.bring you fromr oFounder's in North Florida. first four rounds and examination unless they
d twenty or more years. M. Darby read the Spirit:: hardsurfacingfrom of the
-- ---- the press, and Is to remind you A. The use of ,the new,",University Lee county line, for the sixth and seventh. For- have Buffered from a serious 111-
Day. St. Marks, ,
the Importance and value of the Lowry stadiumrrhaa been secured No. 10 to of two roundxfire neon since leaving camp.
Margaret ; of Florida constructed was the winner
I. Misses syth
VST SUNDAY A1'"fE16N00NSERVICE; local newspaper to the community.Tune Little wearing blue I for, thecnoceaslon-o" .and the the budget will be fifth and the final round. First chance to enter this year'senmp
In on WFLA each Wednesday; and Ruth ,Wyman the colors of the P. T pageant will be bald on Florida as soon as possible.A will be locatedon Both boxers fought/ toe to toe, will be given to those who

evening at 10:30: for this Interest and yellow collection baskets, the Field, wentherpermitting. convict camp Hernando throughout the 10 roundH. For have attended one or more trainIng -

The last Sunday afternoon sere ing feature. A., passed used for the benefitof e No. 13 In Clrtus and Myth was a trifle Mower than In periods In the past, It Is stated.
for the at Camp-of- money to be counties as soon as possible.
season BOAltD ACCF.PTYONLY boutn. but kept Allen busy Enrollment will begin on February
PARDON committee previous
e-Palms. Keystone Heights will the organization.Mrs. PLEASState The board appointed a all school student
had the KITTEN evening. The bout was n 20th for high
TO GIVE NOTICEON H. C. Rltch's room II. Graham, W. A. for the
held next Sunday, February 22, ADVISED and Krnest and repeated warnings and on March tat for all others.
p. m., Mr. George F. Tlbblttsector LOCAL LEGISLATIVE largest number of patrons of pardons Tuesday ShandH. B. M Duncan, State Highway rough one the referee.In Those desiring blanks or information
present, and to that grad board and II. J. Morrison, had to be made by
advised Wednesday. The General Fred H. Davis friends the birthday cake. announced that It will hold an ex Engineer: to go 1 the aeml-flnal Vernon Howe, should arrange to see or communicate
it motion picture entertainment Attorney was given consider, Federal highway engineer Horne" with of the representatives
March 3 to "Black any
the 21 fought
all members of .--r-- ecutive session road No. Lawtey,
advised on
this season was held last nightthe has for clemency over the ground Orlando to a draw. HarI without delay In orderto
notice applications to of
public written Harvey
to give Klsslmmee
auditorium and many of our state legislature STBAWBBKUIES SHIPPED whose cases between Orlando and the Law obtain early enrollment before
FIRST edge on
I to introduce any for all state prisoners vey had a slight
:izens have enjojyed these week- of intention I the form. study the location. a great ex the Bradford county quota In filled.
In proper and
put up
acts during the AprilMaysession are presented road No. .:z, from I tey
entertainments and the Sunday board expressly stated thatIt A survey It was an eight round affair The mission of these training?
state law-making i The au hibition.
ternoon services. No charge has of the Three crates of strawberries, the would not hear oral pleas from Polk City to Lakeland, was and both fighters kept the fans camps Is to bring together for a

en made for any of these ser body. requires ' first of the season were shipped their attorneys friends thorized. month's training, under healthful
1929 legislature prisoners, included In In an uproar
next Sunday An act of the platform first ol the Authorization was surroundings, men from all
tea For his subject be from the local relatives but would confine young
ternoon. Mr. Tlbbltts will\ take that, all local at least measures 30 day this week, growers being paid 23 or March meeting entirely to the con- the budget for betterment Carnes-to VHIIK ON M'rA VI''; walks of life on a common basis of

'Vhat Is More Precious Than published one time of the pro cents a quart for the fruit. Plant nlderatlon of wrlttea .appllcatlons road from Everglades to MILL UNDER; WAY equality Bud by supervised. athletics

old'" before the introduction coming out in splendid shape must be flied town at a cost of I33.OOO. military drill, and Instructions
Da- are
The camp will remain open un- posed laws into the legislature to the legis under the warm sunshine of the These with the application secretary, of,,the board In It was decided that on No. 82 will In Workmen have been engaged for I In citizenship to develop them;

April tat Mr. Tlbbltts 'stated vis said in hla letter past several weeks and In many Tallahassee by February U: It was Columbia county the board the the past several days In setting the phyitlcally and morally, to promotea

alnesday, but the Sundays dur- lators. of cases are heavily loaded with take the $00,000 offered by heavy framework for the new stave wholesome respect for .

8 March are being given to iii- Publication of the newspaper substance Is bloom and young fruit. Shipments said.The board Tuesday revoked two county and grade the road as far mill to be located on the railroad In : teach the value of team work
In a convict
rent cities In Florida. the proposed act in view of will gradually Increase under present conditional pardons. One had been as possible whenever a the northern part of town. The fit them for leadership !In peace or ,'
the "safest" procedure conditions and carlot D .Rho- Is available. mill framework and them the obligations
II decisions on weather granted lost August to O. camp main part of the war Impress upon
BURGLARY State Supreme Court shipments will begin early in sentenced In Manatee countyIn Other authorizations: his been completed and some of the and. responsibilities aw
ATTEMPTED the attorney general den to Tam
previous cases for i No. 23 from Plant City for installa American citizens.
lieu of publication In March. 1928 to 15 years prison machinery Is arriving
Burglars entered the store of S. said. In Davis explained the robbery. The other had been pa $ ,OOO for maintenance. 38 and tion. Most of the machinery la beIng Last year the state of Florida
a newspaper to Allen Two short sections of No. Watertown the first state In the union In
1928, here from was
Johns near the depot, Tuesday that.notice maybe LEGION WILL MEETWEDNESDAY granted In March for main brought
ght at an early hour,*gaining en- statute provides posting In three public NIGHT Elland sentenced In Okaloosa No. 100 In Lake county W, P. Smith, owner of the mill, expects filling Its quota for these campt
given by 18 months In tenance. within the with more than 92 per cent of this
to operating
the district. 1827 to be
the lock on or county In
once -
by breaking within the county to be maintained
convict camp being high
places Post and entering. Present weeks young men attending
evidently of the breaking next three
nt Jones-Langford-Whlte. for
doors but were all aaembejs The prison county
Davis urged on No. 13 In Nassau school men, which Indicated suecesHful -
their a
biased away before any loot legislature to give the notice required American Legion will bold TONS FERTILIZER from Callahan to Baldwin for gradIng "DANCE AT ARMORY response from educational
There for Wednesday evening 307
Auld be gotten together and to use newspapers regular meeting work. Institutions. More than twice ax
All -
was closed about 8 o'clock about the publication. Is at 7:3O: In Legion attend Hall. the Bradford county used a total of Asked Federal Bureau of Roadto The dance given at the armory many apply for these camps UM
01 noted Intention urged to
| the open door was of members are the construction under*
This publication of fertilizer during Jan participate In evening was well attendedby can be trained with the
a Christy no- local or special There are many ex-eer 307 tons Friday!
hour later and C. N. required for meeting. tons Orange county In theCltv Starke and the disappointed I
not vicinity compared .with 204 of No. 2 In I the young people of available. For many
fed. store did of charters In the Immediate uary, as
A of the to change vice men street.
check-up acts relating December,, according to the of Orlando to Church 'surrounding towns. The musicwas lost year only early application
at disclose aFETF.ItSON anything of value of Cities and towns, the attorney who will be welcomed In the post. during monthly report Issued oy me inspection No. 36 In Lake and Sumter coun- furnlnhed by the Canova Harmony this year will secure for

analog general advised. IIEREI bureau department of ag ty to be taken over for Boys. This dance promise them an appointment.
-- -II----- i SPEAKER CANDIDATE riculture. Thla dace not, Include nance aa far as the east I to be a weekly affair of. Friday A candidate must be physically

HELLS DAIRYPeterson 1 ton For Wlthlacoochee river I: fit and of good character an American -
CONTESTS Iou leas than one the evening.
DEBATING I Tomasello and sAn. Peter, sales be,!
21 Peter used Plnellas county who has taken
TO BE HELD In state 38,620' tons were No. 73 -- -- citizen or one
Frank sold his entire --=-- Jr.. of Okeechobee, were visitors the January, against 43.663 taken over for maintenance. 4 I SMALL IlLAZK F'Itl11.1YThe out first papers for naturalization.

red of cows and dairy equipment Feb. 18. -Fifteen Starke Thursday. The younger during December. Present operations on No. 4 to be I I lie"must have reached his. 17th

.1 Frank Hollingswortii last Gainesville.high schol debating teams Tomaselio ia state representative and Is tons during extended from the south end of fire department wax called birthday by the day camp opens.

urllday and Mr. Hollingsworth Florida take part In eight district contests from Okeechobee county of the Birth Brick to Edgewood avenue Jack Friday morning to the home of C. and not have passed hla 31st birth.
!Mded to his dairy will will seeking the peakershlp street
the purchase Division winners 'sonville. A. Knight on West Call
21. in
;uth of Starke. Mr. Peterson blUl'JIIducted Feb. in the state contest at house In the session opening makIng :Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Moore Water- No. 4 In Duval county for better where a blazing oil stove In the day.A physical examination, Inoccu-.

the dairy in Starke for participate University of Florida here in I April and to this end he fa oak, son. Feb. 18th. ment from Bayard south to the kitchen filled the room with moko, halloo against typhoid vaccination ,
"M years and had a large num- the [ an aggressive campaign Mr.Tomassello 11r. and Mrs. Hogan Smith, concrete.OU ', 'heflamer, were extinguished by against smallpox, and a certificate: I'
r of his excel- :March. '. members of the legislature. 13th on No. 10 from damage moral character, art required.
customers using question'' debated U? "Re for his Sampson City son. Feb. treatment use of>> chemical tanks and. the of good ti!
rot grade of milk and cream. The .- won recognition S. L. Ogtasby. .
the present Jury y bl and Mr* ".) was mall.
that {
solved last legislative Concluded on page
w un- during the (
work ,
e his plans are at present United States should beaboUshed. Hantpton, von Feb. 18th. :
In the -
"Wn, Mr. Peterson aaya be will tem ." se s1oG.

el? to to Texas for a wbdle.x .

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t ''t 1;;! --children"Feet under First",sixty starring years"Gator"of age. The Junior-Senior Etiquette Club Etiquette Club FLORIDA SHOWING TRUCK SECTIONSARE INCREASEIN And the Worst is Yet to Come- 1

Inman. met Wednesday Feb. 10, 1931 in VOLUME OF SHIPMENTS
1 i B. H. S. JOURNAL "Inspiration." Don't let your the room. Mrs. T. T. Long with r. _n.....
kids miss this wonderful production Thelma Andrew in the chair. Canal Point, Fla, Feb. 13.- /

i "The Staff" starring Hazel Adkins. The topic' for discussion was Ta- Movement .of vegetables! from the I
All of these pictures will be ble Manners. The program was in Everglade sections Is beginning to I / ;

Editor-in-Chief _______...________ Milton Brownlee produced by the "I Wanter Better charge of Mrs. T. T. Long and in pick up after several weeks of very-
, Film Corporation." the form of a round table discus- I
Assistant Editor ___________________ Hazel Adkins -_.__. sion. light,shipments due to the loss of. afR //

li Sports Editor ____ ______________ Gary Overstreet TilE RATS crops by the frost and cold weather -
of Decemberand
during the months
Literary Editor ____________________ Muriel Silcox LOST AND FOUND solid of
___ Annie Mae Pearce Hello folks! We're glad to have LOST-One curl from behind left January. Thirty I ail
, Exchange: Editor ____________ vegetables and considerable express .
back with us this week Bunnie Ca- ear. Finder please return to Cleo
shipments went out last 1
E. have Thomas. .
nova and A. Wall who
', Just know you folks are begin tis Roundtree. Muriel Silcox, Bill been kept home on account of bad Lost-One powder puff from week, the largest volume of shipments I
ning to wonder what's happened Wainwright, Ruth Williams. Miss colds. vanity. Finder please return to for many weeks. Shipments I

to our fair lassies "The Whirl- Florence Matthews teacher. The Latin students have a ban Louis Hill Jr.. and receive reward. consisted of peppers potatoes cab-
winds." We've been on a vacation ---.- bage, beans celery, romaine peas ,
test Tuesday. (Pray for us.) Mostof FOUND-A 9th grade English
for the past two weeks and now JUNIORS the Latin students surely wish paper; found near Mr. Lovell's and carrots.
we're all ready to get down to they had taken science. room. I can not read the writing Weather conditions have been

A"" work again. Tonight, the girls' We juniors are really proud to Some of the pupils had reexaminations so if anyone has lost one, please much more favorable the past ten
and boys' teams go to Lake Butler have our new fellow classmate Saturday. We surely come to Milton Brownlee for In- days and a marked improvement j .
"r j and next Friday the Whirlwinds She's some jumping ,tenter so now hope they passed because we all formation. in both quality and quantity Is .
,$ Journey over to Alachua. The boys Patsy can go back to her old position want to become sophs. LOST-I lost my dignity FridayP. showing. If weather conditions
,j have a strong team and the girls and you are going to see some M. Finder please return to Ruth continue favorable shipments will
I are out to win. So you folks come real basketball that is if you cometo Dear Folks: Williams senior. gain volume very rapidly.
out and boost the teams. We need the games. Just a few wills for this week's: --S- Planting of vegetables Is con-

your help. Don't forget the basketball paper. The rats have nothing to: BELIEVE IT OK NOT stantly in progress in this sectionas p
games with' Lake Butler tonight. say this week only that a few I growers prepare for the coming hI r
As we've said before If it's not We need all the support we can took exams Saturday and passed. Louis Hill made 100 on geometry. spring crops. It (ia reported that -
l) I one thing its another. The latest Well here goes the wills. Melba Silcox had her hair cut. during January some 2,312 acres -- !
la-everyone has "the tennis get.Things are geetlng pretty bad 1. Lula leaves Elizabeth Hoi B. H. S. Glee Club !is going to, were planted which consisted of
t craze." It does seem rather silly to about the banquet. If we don't get< lIngsworth her beauty. Tampa. I beans 2,482 acres tomatoes 1,034 I
stand on one side of a net with started it is just going to be too 2. Fen Snyder to June Smith her For the last three days we have English peas 436 Lima beans 132
your opponent on the other and hair if she will wrap it in paper ev- had heat at R. H. S. corn 170 cabbage 239 celery four
bat a ball back and forthspendIng bad.Well, .we have the tennis craze ery night or get a permanent wave Some of the 12th grade studentsare letture 42 potatoes 22, peppers 15 I
most of the time running down also. Everyone is playing. If we every six months. taking 8th grade arithmetic. and miscellaneous 53 acres. Someof
the road after the ball or crawling I hale a little less tennis and more 3. Elena Prather to Louise Snyder The T. T. IV girls took another this Is on land that has already 8r
under some house looking for It. studying we would get along bet- her legs. constitution exam .last Saturday borne a crop and some of it Is in-
Anyway you'd better learn how ter. But why worry? 4. Louise Jackson to MellU afternoon. (We hope they won't terplanted and 'some Is on new
to play tennis If you don't want We have been testing again Judd her ability to be smart. have to take another.) ground.The '
be left out in the cold. this week. If you could see some . Billy Graham lost five pounds total acreage of crops planted ,

of these tests we get "popped" to The Inter Nos Club held its regular grieving over having too many de since September 1, Is 23,125, 4-w lhn t'\ "
Last, week we got our report us you would see why some of the meeting Wednesday Feb.'11. merits. (You couldn't miss it.) planted on 15,073 acres of ground 1 c Ate ,
cards. Some were happy, some grades that are on the report cardsare After the mlnuteta of the last Cleo Thomas' full name is Cleopatra the difference being due to the second -
were blue the others did not care. there. But I guess we'll live meeting were read and approvedour crop and the interplantlngs. OVER 200 BIRDS SEVEN New York will be given to t
Quite a few found out they were through itl! sponsor read several Roman During the entire season there has i JUDGING TEAMS ENTERED highest scoring member of theo,'
;, going to have to start studying or and Greek myths. Our Aedile WHAT WOULD HAPPEN IF been planted 12,840 acres of beans STATE 4-11 POULTRY SHOW test.

not get those blessed quality PLEASURE 1'AKK (!chairman of program committee) 1,493 acres of tomatoes 1,133 acres I Many cash, prizes have b>
points. You Just don't know what was absent, so there was no regular Merrill Futch took his regular of English peas 622 acres of potatoes DeLand Fla.-With over 200 en- awarded to the nearest stands
c A worry they are, especially for the (Jean Laird) program. place in history class? 638 acres of cabbage 423 tries the state 4-H Boys' and Girls' birds entered by the 4-H boys >.
{ seniors. (Apology to Bunyan's "Pilgrim's Everyone did not have a cold? acres of'peppers, 427 acres of Lima Poultry Show is now in full swing: girls.

Progress"-Vanity Fair.) Nature Study Club Miss Isabel, _could read Henry beans 185 acres of egglants and at the Volusia County Fair here This is the first annual State 4
CHAPEL KXKRICSES Almost a year ago there were The first meeting of the Nature Guy's geometry: papers? 255 acres of corn 37 acres of lettuce and the judging contest to pick the Boys' and Girls' Poultry Show ai
two students walking to the hall of Study Club in 1931 was held Feb. Wynken B.. couldn't draw? 21 acres of broccoli, 72 acres boy or girl who will go to the Judging Contest. It Is being h,
Rev. Jones of the Methodist knowledge and it came to pass 4. Minutes were read New officers Murla W. didn't write the "Rat" of carrots 17 1-2 acres of romaine i :Madison Square Garden Poultry in cooperation with Miss Flat
church was our speaker at chapel that their way led through a park, were elected as follows: news 1The 170 acres of celery 47 acres of Show or the International Live Gleason, state home demonstrate
Thursday morning. Ha read the which was called "Pleasure Park", President-Leslie Biggs. seniors could decide on a : beets, 32 acres of onions and 185 Stock Show, win be held Saturday agent R. W. Blacklock, state bo
first Psalm and then pictured an for verily all that they did in this Vlce-presldent-Myrna Frink. question without arguing? acres of miscellaneous crops. February 21. club agent and Norman R lit
ideal high school student. The park was for pleasure. Secretary-Merrill Edwards.The All of those taking the re-exams I It is said that seed houses report A Judging team will be composed rhof, extension poultryman
speaker also said that the teacherin Now these students as I have two speakers on the program should pass? that at present the major of three 4-H club members and .
4 a school should not only look on said must needs go through this ; were: Stanley Bennett "Rat- Richard Long was "good looking amount of seed being sold at this teams from Bradford Alachua,
the scientific side of teaching her park which Is called Pleasure Park tlesnakes'; Joseph Edwards "Com- ?" time Is Bountiful beans Limas Marion Lake Orange Volusia, Tallahassee _. State Hlgh!
pupils but also on the moral and antI behold as they entered the mon Crow." The meeting was then Melba S. went without her peas and tomatoes. Hernando and possibly other coun- Department making plans fur t'
;) spiritual side. "A student who Is park all the people in this were adjourned. school girl complexion for one From now on, most of the tomatoes ties will clash for the awards Four penditure of $11,000,000 for CI<
polite and respectful to the teacher moved and some said "Where -- day that are put in will be from I classes of birds will be Judged and struction-on roads In state dun
and principal will be the one that comest thou with books littler your OUR: POET'S CORNERM. Annie Mae didn't bite her fingernails seed beds but there will be some I cash prizes will be given to the year 1931.
makes a success in the world," was arm? Is not this the park of plea i- S. '31 1Muriel seed spotted even later in the three best Judges in each class, and Key West Ferry boat .K.,
Rev. Jones' closing statement. ure? Aye verily return unto thine Since spring time is almost here I S. did not make a 9 on an month. Until this year February! to the five highest scoring teams of West'' to be here, for extens,
.- home and get thy mlnature golf our poet has decided to drive win arithmetic drill has been thought to be late to plant I'' the entire contest. The free trip repairs necessitated by recent II l<
HONOIl ROLL, VIFTII MONTH sticks for Is not this the place ter away in a hurry. -I I 1 s> peas but there are many plantings to the poultry show in Chicago or tides.

C where golf is played?" Spring Time TIPS ON ETIQUETTE, ETC. going on at this time. The heaviest _.- --- -. _.--
Those on the honor roll for the And others said "Behold their Spring time is a happy time. plantings during the past two --

fifth month are as follows: clothes they come here fully clothed. For then how bright the sun doth Here's a tip for the men and weeks have been Bountiful beans. I Wake Your Liver Bile
Low first: Irene Jones, Enos Return unto thine house and shine boys! Very few potatoes are being planted -
Hayes Geraldine Silcox Joyce clothe thyself in bathing suits. And happy are the busy bees- Dear Madam Bfftmvllllers: at this time.. '. I
Hayes Carrie Mae Stafford Doug- And still others said, "Cast aside Also birds and flowers and trees. When do you consider a man Growers say that this has been
las PItzer. Miss Olive Ray teacher. thy books and come in and dance well dressed? This is a questfon a the best season for English peas ,I -Without Calomel
A anti'B. first: Lillie Jenkins with us. Why should'st thou try And when We wake at morn so "friend" of mine has been wantingto they have experienced in this sec I
Thelma Mae Ricks Frances Strick- to acquire knowledge? clear know for a long time. I'll tell tion. The weather that hurt all ] --
land. Mrs. H. C. Rltch teacher Now it happened so that these 'Tis great to see the world so dear "him" to look for the answer. of the beans hurt only a small part'of And You'll) Jump Out of Bed If this bile .Is not flowing freely yonW
Low second: Eloise Hayes; first students were sorely disturbed in With birds and flowers and buzzing Sincerely yours the acreage of peas and on the in the Morning! Rarin'to Go doesn't digest. It Just decays" In the MGu
D.: Charles Hoi ton, Jeannette Mc- spirit and said to each other "Per- bees- L. and C. (two girls.) whole the weather has been (ideal bjoats\: up :your stomach. You tin>
Gauley. Miss Eatelle Davis, teacher. chance we are on the wrong road. And with a)soft and gentle breeze. Dear L. and C.: for this crop. :The market has If you feel BOUT and sunk and the thick bad tote and your breath Is W.ikii" W I
often break in blemishes.
We must either find another road A man Is considered well dressed been very satisfactory and prices ,, world looks punk,don't swallow a lot Your"bolo
Second: Irene Goodge Grace to the hall or continue thru temp The grass has come from 'neath when he Is attired in an outfit are still holding up well. of salts, mineral water oil, laxative aches and"Is you, feel.down and out.

Green Ruth Wyman Katherine tation." And with a last longing the snow selected by his "better half' Planting of tomatoes for the late candy or chewing gum and expect system takes poisoned.It thou. old CARTE R'S LITTU
Stafford Frances Overstreet Win- look at the pleasures they turned To[ the warm sweet air where It (whether he likes it or not!) spring crop is now in progress but them to make you suddenly sweet LIVER PILLS rood to these two poundi oil*'
ton Summer Melvin Wiggins. Miss from the straight path to find another can grow Madam Bramvllllers. how many acres will be plantedfor and buoyant and full of sunshine. flowing freely and get make feel"up and,*.
Ethel Griffin teacher so perchance they were late And do its part and do it well thia season Is difficult to estimate For they can't do it. They only They contain wonderful you harmleoi, lea
Third: Billy Jackson Herman to class, and received unto themselves So the seed of it can live and tell. as many have been planted move the bowels and a mere move ugetabl..ztrscte,amaslnf when It toad
} Parrlsh. Lamanda Dyal Vera I 'I between bean rows and ment doesn't get at the
five demerits. \\UUF FARM PI are not yet cause. The making the bile flaw freely.,
Manning Ralph Davis Emmett -- Springtime fills my heart with joy I showing. reason for your down-and-out feeling Colo'''
"The Voice of Florida" + But don't ask for Uver pills.Ask for
Ferryman, Ralph Rhodes, Jessie CLU11SNature !' For I love to be a bare-foot boy I Some disease Is reported In the is your liver. It should pour out two Little Liver Pills.Look for the name Cuf",
Ricks Llllie Mae Clark' Allle Mae So I can work and have some play I I fields and In the seed beds and how-i pounds of liquid bile into your bowels Little Liver Pills on the red label. Root
Slade. Miss Madge Middleton, Study Club On every warm and sunny day. Gainesville Fla.-The Florida ever large the plantings are or may /' daily. substitute.

teacher. ,I Another weekly meeting of the farm hour presented at noon ev- be only a part of the acreage will
? Fourth: Mary Harriet Bishop nature study club was held Feb. 11, The springtime's soft and gentle ery day next week from state radio reach the picking stags. Because I I
Era Edwards, Clara Flume, Mel- 1931. showers station WRUF will contain of the Inability of growers to finance -'
lie Silcox Dpshla Smith, Crockett Secretary Merrill Edwards was Will grow and bloom the pretty many talks that should prove both a large acreage and because J 6 r Pt tir ,1J X !.
Summer. Miss Guasie Mae Bennett. absent. Louise Snyder was appointed flowers valuable and interesting to Florida of the risk of bad weather as well ]
teacher. secretary pro-tern. That grow in the valley or by the farmers. The program, as just an- as disease It Is not believed that
Fourth: Lucy Ann Dew Jewett The speakers were: rills nounced by the Florida Agricultural the production of spring tomatoes
Fogg Mary Jane Judd Lillian Gilbert Brown-'The Monkey. Or on the rocks and lofty hills. Extension Service follows: will be large enough to glut the ; '
Mosley Alma Murrhee N. T. Rltch Blake Jackson-The Elephant. Sat., Feb. 21-Florida Farm markets. .
Jr., Mary Lee Stafford Jennie Tyler. Nellie Edwards The Peach- The fields are green with wheat News and Hints. U. S. Farm Science xu ICr Ov .,
Mrs. W. II. Hart teacher. moth. and corn Snapshots. -""" ;
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Fifth: Murla Geiger Alease After this a motto was originated That stands and grows-a stately Mon., Feb. 23-Pastures and Tallahassee State to receive
Malpas Frances Lee Peek, Ruth which was "Eyes Open, Ears form- I Grazing Crops for Dairy Cows $19,074 as its portion of receipts ,AO
Ella Priest. Gracie Mable PItzer then And other plants! and things so
Open. The meeting was lamlln L. Brown. The Value "of derived from national forest :
Viola Tyler. Carol White L O. adjourned.The. green I Pastures to Duval County Dairymen reserves -

Jones Jr., Billy Powell Billy Long. Will greet the warm and sunny i -A. SI Lawton. Key West Work started ;
S. L.. Silcox Miss Eunice Perkins, Dramatic Club spring. Tuea., Feb. 24-How to Stop on clearing and grading recently of-

teacher. The Dramatic Club met Feb- Aphid Injury-J. R. Watson. Farm site for construction of new Ma- i"e
Sixth: Virginia Alvarez Elizabeth ruary 11, in Mrs. Hudson's room. The apple peach the pear, the Question Boy rine Hospital building.
I Craig, Mae Mersercau Bertie The meeting was called to order plum Wed., Feb. 25: '-Extension Workin Miami-City Bank of Miami
Mae Ward, Martha Slade, Laurie after which the following officers Have bloomed out white and clear Agricultural Economics for Beach resumed business here
McKinney, Don Stilley, Amy John- were elected: But they have only just begunSo Florida--Dr. J. E. Turlington. recent dater after reorganizing and on
son. Miss MID Gruber teacher. I President--Patsy Brlnaon.VicePresldent early In the year.The Sugar Canes Adapted to FloridaF. refinancing.QnJiiftiAvenue.
Seventh: Vonda Inman Lois I -Clo Thomas. D. Stevens.
Judd. Fanny Silcox. Elaine Wynn Secretary-Daisy Tompkins. [ brook was slowly running' Thurs., Feb. Coccldlosls In
Dorothy White. Mrs. :Maynard Treasurer-Alice Fernandez. alongHumming Baby Chicks-Dr. E. F. Thomas.
teacher Marjorie Sttump Novella King a slow and lonesome Farm Reporter at Washington.
Eighth: Myra Frink, Blake Jack- and Victor Thomas on the pro- song Fri., Feb. 27-Grazing and Fattening \
son Annie Murrhee Helen Memer- gram committee with Marjorie But since springtime has come so Crops 'for Hogs--J. Lee
eau Martha Powell, Dorothy Sapp, Stump as chairman., Plans were near Smith. What Recent Cooperative V
Louise Snyder Alma Thorton, Mrs.B. then made for future programs, It! has filled its source to a gurg- Hog Sales Have Meant to Jackson
Perkins, teacher. after which the meeting adjourned. ling cheer. County Farmers-Sam Rountree.
Ninth: Lois Adkins Etholln Bar- .
Early In each program the
1 ron Martha Brownlee Bunny Ca- HOLLYWOOD ROUND The birds have started building weather forecast will be given. The
nova Katherine Haynes Kitty nests.
/ State Marketing Bureau will
Hogged, Winnie Lou Howell LouIse Folks in the last few days I have And each one's going to do his broadcast marketing reports at 11 i
Jackson S. R. Johns. Lois Long been wandering around on the best
a. m. and 12:45: p. m. each week
Sinclair Peek. Marguerite Prevatt campus, hearing the general gos- To build a home that's snug and day. -riding:, "trolling- 5bOgp
Marjorie Stump Dorothy Swan- sip of a few pupils and I gatheredfrom dry. panorama of beauty streams shopping thru
bom. Mrs. Frankle Hudson, teacher. one conversation that I overheard A place for their little babes to I Broward-State highway department this famous street of fashion. Thru
that most of them wantedto lie. recently'opened to traffic Gonrmad's Oriental Cream, yon can
Tenth: Wynken Boulware, Mary be movie actors so I will give Federal Aid Highway through this pos.... a skin and complexion that p11RApF
Brownlee Homer Cox, Lucille Ed- a few plays in which I think they The maple, oak and other trees village. even the most attract*** there,
wards, Hope Haynes Abble Harley, would make stars. Will bow their heads to rain and would be proud to have
Orange hatchery installed Try it
:Morris Jackson Eva Lee Clyde "Brazil where the Nuts Come breeze tonight. With the very
new electric-neon sign at first touch a GRAetI
Morgan Jack Long. Mrs. T. T. From" starring Annie Mae Pearce. And fascinating, dear
grow BO big and strong and corner of new state highway; and pearly appearance of radiant
s Long, and Mrs. D. P. Carpenter "Reducing", one of the greatesthits tan. street leading to hatchery. beauty: is revealed. Will Bat rob '' 111)C
l ,r teachers. of the season with Bunnie Ca- ., So they can rank the first of all. Marianna-City council considering off, streak or spot
Eleventh: Louise Edwards, JeanS nova. OOURAUD'S08IENT
plans for purchase of
Laird. Ortho Matheny Ila Spon- "Hook. Line and Sinker," with .Welcome springtime with a song fire truck and fire new
r t, holtz, Evelyn Stump, Etholin an all star cast-Nookle 'Wain For you know it doesn't linger ment for fire department.fighting equip-
P White Miss Isabel Fernandez wright Billy Graham and Howard long.: State l
highway department makIng -
"I teacher. CREAM
Miner. It.U soon be gone just like a Hash-
Twelfth: Milton Brownlee, Alice "Whoopee," with Dora Manning.This Like all the springs in the years of of plans for starting construction ..... n.. a..e w ae.rt yr .....
d, Fernandez; Gary OVerstreet, CUr. picture Is not advisable for the past highway running between Panama Lr1'V.M.:i,1 ,.". ....Ns'
I City and Pensacola. & ae... Vettat1p
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FEBRUARY 20. 1931
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STATE HAS i11UC11INFORd1ATION to those seeking advice or guid rlea will go out pre-cooled.
---I ance. These services" concluded South Pasco county has hit its
News of Florida in Short Paragraphs IF Mi Grnspflelil "are yours for the full stride fn strawberry shipments. I y
[F.-- Do You Know ? -:- I PEOPLE WlSIIIT/ asking The point is you must do Quality of the berries in that sec

/ the asking if the valuable material lion are Improving rapidly. .

jtuto friamlM Points. Out That A gathering and .published Is to Hardee county growers have '
I Grout Deal I... Easily be of help to you. marketed over 105,000 pints of berries -
LIVE STATE NEWSTOLD .I 1 AtnlliiMe +,- this season Peak shipment !

'unUHTI! {HTKAUIIKItltlKM are expected In the next two weeks. I
"Florida/ farmers and businessmen i iI'
: .- -. HAVE': BEEN :MORE' AIH'MNT:,;!
have a wealth of Information
available to them i
KY OUR EXCHANGES covering prac-
'. ; tically every 'phase of the state's l>l\iNTII>
1Wi1'? ::'''' ;' :Jt! : rJ ,
.. ,. . .' : ,','. :1 If will utilize It," Plant City Fla. Feb. 13.The )
_.r--_- ---.On.a.-- .rp >. "\i"" : 1'1', ..r., .! 11111.111 activity they only
... . ,
n- e- ,<" .;.,;:., ; "" ,,,...' '< h'tN'" says R. G. Grassfleld general man- Florida strawberry deal enjoyed its J fORMS
,:nt city-So far this seasont p. yoke of and h brassbands ,\; ",, i 'or' .. .J" ager of the Florida State Chamberof bent week of the season with the
has shipped ,more than lent color and harmony "J. ' City .' :: .
to the dedication of , . "
the Thomas
hundred thousand dollarsh I new "This information is developed 600,000 pints of berries were shipped -
lea. A. Edison bridge, February 11, and in most part published by the during the week bringing the
; of strawber I on the occasion of the famous in Department of Agriculture at Tallahassee seaaon's total past the 2,000,000
-- ventor's eighty-fourth birthday anniversary ; the Experiment Stationat pints mark. ; ,

.Land One thousand palm Gainesville; the State MarketIng The week opened with a comparatively -

have been purchased by the Bureau and governmental heavy volume of berries,

government of DeLand forting Pensacola Building activities agencies maintained In Florida" Monday's and Tuesday's shipments
on the residential streetse locally boomed during January according continued Mr. Grassfleld. "It Is evi- amounting to over 280,000 pints,
, home of Stetson university. to unofficial figures from t dent from the character of Inquiries but the middle of the week sow a 1

the office of Building Inspector H _ received by the State Chamberof decided shrinkage In the shipments . '
nal point-Having made $2.- E. Franklin. Twelve permits for Commerce from people within but the last of the week brought In

last season from a bean crop, new buildings totaled $159,075,, the state that the services men large Influx which sent the total)
Glade post of the American'' with one for a $110,000 office tioned are not known or their value movement to new records for the :
on will handle a deal of the I' building for Southern Bell Tele- not fully realized. Ilea son. PFEDIPYour
kind this season. phone company. "The Department of Agricultureat A slight lull In the movement for
Tallahassee," says Mr. Grass- the next few days was Indicated as Busineff

nta Gorda-The Barron Col- Perry-Mrs. A. G. Cheshire took field, "has 46 publications which the result of statements of many
bridge here will be finishedt twenty-one head of hogs to the may be obtained free upon appli- growers that their vines are now
the first of April, and its Swift market Moultrie, Ga., the cation to the Bureau of Immigration. yielding the last berries of an early
should be the oc- These publications cover agricultural crop and that during the next two
,al opening other day and received No. 1 top
celebration. topics, fruits ,.hays, weeks a new crop will be In the I INO MORE
n for a big price for them. The 21 head weighed RATS
4360 pounds and all were young grains and other special subjects process of forming with a result- :: .
mlachicola-The Apalachicola and healthy porkers that brought which are more or less dally problems ant heavy yield during the latter
r Valley Beekeepers assocla- many compliments to Mrs. Chesh- of Florida people The Experiment part of the month. However it Is I f
shipped two more carloads of ire. Station at Gainesville also anticipated that dally shipments or mice uftrr you use HAT-SNAP.
ida fancy tupelo honey. One; - - If: has numbers of bulletins upon J I will hold fairly heavy right along, It'* a mire rodent killer Try aPkic-

,ad went to Chicago and ther I Lake City W. A. Dennard, That In many parts of northern British Columbia the Indians, In Florida problems that are helpful from this point. The quality of mill 1'1'0It.. Itut killed with
to the New York market. pioneer tiller of the soil in Colum- addition to erecting totem poles to commemorate the deeds of some fruit Is steadily improving and It 1t\T-SNA"I..a"e no BinelL Cuts or ,
members of the trlbe also build to from Is believed that this week will pretty dog won't touch It. OllllrOnt__. \
bia county that in all of the ,, grotesque figures frighten
says ket strengthened to $1.73 and $1.!85! In
well clean fruit Injured
tro Beach-Plans for the sec- 70 years he had farmed on the the villages such evil spirits as may wish to work harm upon its inhabitants under the shipments, and / up and 33o: size! 1 rake enough for
lighter the earlier cold
annual Indian River district same tract of land he had never ? Here is pictured one of the animals--a mountain lion on Monday of this week a few any way by ''....Lr')', Kitchen or Cellar
which is to be held at Vero grown such'a turnip crop both In perhaps-at Kitwanga in the northern British Columbia. sales were made at $1.75 for fancy, rainy weather continues favorablethe ISo aizo 2 oaken for Chicken
h March 24 to 28, are about quality and quantity as this win- Ilntme, coops, or mall building
lists sloners from paying an attorneyten 639.18 and of the water depart- with choice at 75c and $1. quality will continue to Improve $1.25 size a cakes enough for
pleted and the premium ter. He thinks this is due to good
for distribution. rainfall. per cent of the amount collected ment, 1880081. Were there no and the quantity of produc- nil farm and out-buildings' storage ; : '
ready .
bonded indebtedness Tallahassee All fresh water tion will be increased rapidly. Fig
for outstanding hiiiltlinirfi, or ftu-tory building.
gathering delinquent lakes and streams of Leon county ures from the Dover Growers As-
against the city of Ocala these Hold and -
fruit and guaranteed by CorpseIng's
keland Clearwater-R. C. McCracken taxes. His petition said he had earnings would be sufficient to operate will be closed to fishing for a perIod sociation at Dover, showed a total / Drug Store, The.. Nyal Store,
table growers are proprietor of the Sun Printing reason to believe that the lawyerand the city without any propertytax of 60 days this spring membersof of 373,042 pints of berries had been Htarke, Flu.COFFINS.
a carload of Joy to the victims plant, Osceola avenue, was held up commissioners have claimed
or levy, McKenzie claimed. the board of county commissioners moved from that point up to and
rought in some other state, thet by a negro bandit in front of his will deduct ten per cent of the to- voted this morning. The board Including February 3. Prices de-

to be designated by the Red place, of business last night and tal collections for attorneys fees, Ocala-Four state game war- had been divided on the question, clined during the week to as low .

s. robbed of a small amount of money In violation of a special law limiting dens made a raid Friday night at and a delegation of citizens appeared as 13c a pint. & CASKETS
and his keys. The robber refusedto the amount to be paid to coun- Newnan's lake, near Gainesville, to request that a 60-day ban be The pre-cooling of Florida straw- .
,ilnesvllle-The federal govern- return the when McCracken And a Full Line. of
ty attorneys to $15,000 yearly. and captured 500 pounds of shell placed during the spawning seasonas berries seems to be becoming very
t will establish a citrus by- suggested that they were of no crackers, 300 pounds of cat fish a conservation measure. There popular with the carlot buyers this' Undertakers' Supplies r
ucta laboratory in Florida af- value to any one but himself. Tampa Al House, convicted and 500 yards of seine. Four men were a few others appearing in favor season The Miller Auction Com-

July 1. An appropriation of: highway man and jail breaker, will were chased for about a half mile of an open season but .those pany, as au experiment, started to AUTOMOBILE HKAHSn !! ?
000 for Its beginning was au- Tallahassee-The Florida Rail- ask the state pardon board for but got according to J. W. opposed to leaving the bars down pre-cool berries for the first time A'...r. .. .....d. Tae beat
ized recently. road Commission has formally requested freedom from a 70-year sentence, Stevens away warden for Marion were In the majority and it was this year and a number of cars are ..r..'". .t ... ........ .,rI.._ I I8p..I.
the Interstate Commerce I he Is serving at Raiford prison for county who participated in the voted In executive tension late In now going out from that company, .. ......11.. to t.l.grsp. i
ensacola-The first step to in- Commission to suspend certain reg- several robberies here, said a noticeof raid. The wardens making the raid the day to Invoke the law as soon which have been pre-cooled. The order i
1 the dial system of telephone ulations governing the manner In intention posted at the Hills- were; J. W. Stevens, Marion county as legal publication of such notice R. W. Burch Company has also In- iiunirrttiiKit HMIIAI.MRIIDEWITT
ensacola has just been taken which watermelons must be pack- courthouse carried This will andIt
borough county today. Sam Cooper, :Madison county,, can be out. meana stalled pre-cooling equipment I C. JONES
'. with the starting of excavator for shipment. The rules pro- Arrested In 1926 with several oth- Arthur Hall Columbia county, and closed season from about March Is Haiti that express company of- FLORIDA I.TAIIKID '
the new Southern Bell tested by the state commissionwere ers said to be members of his gang, Perry Wiggins. Levy county. The 17 to May 17, members of the ficials predict that eventually (it) ,
'phone company's building; listed as rules one and two for.several robberies in which police ' shell crackers were turned over board said. per cent of the Florida lit raw bel'-, ,

of Note 50, Glenn's Watermelon officials said more than $20- to the colony in Gainesville and the
ilncy- "Salesman Sam" Men Traffic No.6.ChlpleyA. 000 was taken, he escaped county cats to the prisoners in the jail at y
la out to win over all con- jail and fled to Ohio. A few months Gainesville.
ers for the capital prize in the few days ago J. H, later he was captured in Colum-i

Shaw flahin contest with his Faulk bought and planted 10,500 bus, Ohio. Brought back here he: 1.lIa'ml-Demand for peppers has
I prize minnow won last week slash pine seedlings on his pine pleaded guilty to the crimes and been rather slow during the last I .
his catch of a 14 1-2 pound plantation east of Chipley about was given a long sentence. : few days and growers: around Pom-
i taken from Lake Talquln. 8 miles and records show an or- pano stopped picking rather than
der of 2500 more within the last Jacksonville-Prohibition of Intoxicating -, sell at the prices prevailing duringthe
cala--Ocala newspapers andla few' days from the Alford Com- liquors was practiced In'' first part of last week. As a letter
bankers have been talking pany with whom he is connected. Z., a modified form in Florida 150 I result shipments last week were an
bog and hominy program for R. Gilbert planted ten thousand on years ago Miss Alice Hollister only one-half the volume of movement pen :
rat years, and the results have his property about ten miles southof Lerch Rollins college librarian, during the preceding week
most gratifying. Forty carla Chipley. told the Florida Historical Societyat I and the market was given a chanceto .
of hogs have moved out of its annual meeting here. She react. There were few sales )

la this winter. Williston Work is now being based her statement on the "East I during the first few days of last

rushed on state highway throughthe Florida Gazette," a weekly news week and most buyers were offering 13uick
ayoFive acres of yellow slash east side of Levy county paper first published in St. Au- only $1.50 for fancy grade at to owners
seedlings were planted near known as state highway No.5. gustine in January 1783, and be- the Pompano express platform. Toward
, L. B. Dees of Mayo cooper- Two convict camps are now work lieved to have been Florida's first the end of the week the mar-
with the forst service in set- ing on the grade. One of these newspaper. That the unlicensedsale February 7. 1931
out this plantation of pine camps Is located near Morrlston on of intoxicating liquors was a
lings. A ten by ten spacing the south end and the other Is lo- "state worry" in the early days Is 6---- '..... -.- - ,-- _i

used or 435 trees to the acre. cated at Raleigh on the north end. shown from an examination of an
-- There is less than four miles of early copy of the "East Florida Gazette Say it with Flowera Dear Buick Owner:
''irt' Lauderdale-Plans for the grading on the south end to be ," Miss Lerch said.
--- ... .... ,- --
i-tructlon of a beautiful winter completed.

lence in the Riviera section of Ocala-Net earnings of the mu- Flowers For All Because of its importance we decided to inform
Lauderdale for Col. J. Wesley Tallahassee Down in Miami nicipal light and water departmentfor
fe, wealthy Cincinnati, Ohio, there is a man who thinks the stateof the last fiscal year amountedto OccasionsGERTRUDE you now that the present line of 1931 Buick Straight Eights will

ufacturer, were announced to- Florida can be saved from goingto $82,439, Superintendent L. B. J r MY not be replaced by new models this summer.
the dogs by means of turning McKenzie announced today. Approximately -
these same dogs-some 100,000 of $103,000 worth light, GODDEY Buick as you know has Introduced its new cars .

'eLand-The hearing In Washon 'em- into sources of revenue. This power and water was used by the on August 1st. year after year. But Inasmuch as these new Straight
' brought out the fact that I Miami man would solve Florida's city for municipal purposes and no ANDERSON Eight models have met with.such spontaneous approval by thousands
total narcissus bulb and finance problem by credit was taken for this amount,
produc- taxation Fla
Phone 39 Waldo everywhere. Buick has decided to continue.'manufacturing the present
1 of the country Is something placing a state tax on dogs. He the superintendent said. Earningsof
r three million bulbs, of which claims there are more than 100,000 the light department were $63- Eights throughout the summer and coming fall.

roxlmately 30 cent are In Florida and he himself
per dogs
This is mighty good news to thousands of Buick
'n in Florida. would direct the Election of the
tax. He has written Governor owners because they will buy new Buicks now with the knowledge f f

illahan; The Florida Rose Carlton asking for appointment as --- -' . that there will be no model change next summer. .r.ej
parry, Is a Nassau county en- state dog officer.. ,,
r Ise that Is proving successful, They will find in these new Bulcka a degree of

tying orders from all sectionshe Tampa RepresentativeElectJ. performance that is certain to give them a genuine thrill. All
country This concern pro- Tom Watson as a taxpayer, to-
All have
have the safe, silent-shift Synoro-Mesh transmission.
"8 and. all injunction to pre-
rose bushes, azaleas, day sought an
!'A' commis- Valve-in-Head Straight Eight engines. And all have the famous
of ornamental shrubbery, vent Hlllsborough county
ers, etc. FFg ' ; ; Insulated Bodies by Fisher. .

P'pl' y-Florida pens were the So well has the 1931 line been received that out

' highest for the month of'ary ii t $. it3Iffil of every 100 eights sold in Buick's price class. 56 are Bulcks.
: at the fifth Florida nat-
I egg laying contest here. The 1 May we suggest that you drive the Eight as Buick

pullets entered in the contest 1 : EUR Builds It? Your Buick dealer will be glad to have you take the

r:.ed lb In a 61.5 per cent lay for the J/ wheel and learn at first hand how much Buick Straight Eight
Supervisor E. F. Stanton
mnced.arwater. performance adds 'to the joy of motoring. :
ae Yovr
> BEST VALUE-LONG WEAR Very truly yours. -
' su-
-Allle J. Angle Sure ,r.
' Ownership .
"indent of the county home, QUALIIY UrfCHgrMGFDFashionedNewest. . BUICK MOTOR COMPANY. FLINT MICH.
rood of the fact that the avert r-
'* of a meal for the Inmates THE wijnt prtnrtSKMi you on unratedin nuk Shades /
the fliunca
* to
e Institution Is little less
a your property u to obtain sw WETCHT7'STATE

3 Ul-W as cents-and anyone who they has are eaten good ADEQUATE form in insurance la proper-. WHEN BETTER AUTOMOBILES ARE BUILT

to Mil testify. With this protection your credit !Ie '
nnnttbnwd" and your fqalty u dw
"t' Lauderdale record In property suds MOM.tnnt t DIHrrCT BY MAIL TO YOU BUICK

percentage of fire loss for the mirara. tnHmit9 : -
four ':'W'E PAY.pes I II u :: U
months U shown by rec- ufc CuU.sarvAe.www j UZ K. f t m-ad .

f *"*"the city balL In January I WILL BUILD THEM
her' "age was only 150. De1l1oat LHAROLD DOLLAR*SILK ;t >n i ai:4 y MILLS
.. & as small an'amount C. WALL
and November, no fire loss

| Myera-SemlnoU Indians

,f'iti': Jl. .,* . 'fxp T d.

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extensively. Th..success.of.aifc effort air and la' Various types
ATTORNEY GENERAL GIVES FOURJOINTREMEDIESFORTOTMENT to defeat the proposed revisIon KNOW gram chamber according t<, the

.A.deUghttuatrair> of.Friday: eve- ', he- added, la dependent Upon "

t/ociety ning was' a bridge dinner, given by the cooperative effort of all con- WEEK ty-flve-A group local of approximately.
the Sew and So Club to their hus- ; chambers of
cerned. Florida citizens, he declared merce are
bands and friends at Mrs. R. A. participating III i
must stand back of the etl'ortto statewide 5
program by .
Weeks. ,, ,
VANDIVIERE- The rooms where the guests protect one of the state's best baa entertainment programs foT
OF STATE TAXATION COMPLAINT sources of Income. Governor Doyle E. Carlton programs for the
ALDERMAN were entertained were opened en- The tariff act of 1930 placed a given his hearty approval to the from daily brow
suite and were attractively deco- Tampa, Miami st
Mexico holding of the Fifth Annual Know Pelt
Miss Blanche Alderman and'Mr. rated with calendulas.A .. ; tariff on vegetables grown In .bury, Jacksonville, ciea..
1 ,J' Bermuda and Bahamas. Florida Better. Week and Buy at ...
Stuart Vandiviere were united In: silt one'major Cuba Gainesville and
four-course dinner was served l feas : prob- in Home Campaign under the'aus- Pensacola. ark
marriage on the 14th Inst., Rev. SALE OF FISHING American speculators, operating ,teachers from all !
at prettily appointed tables cen- lem, in the opinion: of .Attorney pices of the Florida State Cham- sections of
George P. Raymond performing tering which were vases of sweet ,LICENSES DROP,, General? Fed ,U., Davis, and that those countries of, are the now tariff askingfor rates, ber of Commerce and Junior state have applied to the I
the interesting ring ceremony, at peas. The dinner favors were violet problem la.the practice of govern- a revision Chambers of Commerce of Florida, chamber for: material with aq
the home of the bride's brother- corsages for the ladles and Arrests for January Total 124; Receipts mental economy. Mr. Wilson said according to an announcementmade to carry,on programs dUring
I; in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. pansy boutonnieres for the men. << for Month Reach $22- .However, the attorney general The speculators are backing Wednesday from state cham- next week. A number of V

.: I c George C. White. Much merriment was caused by 220, Say.Voodward.. explained .that by economy he their contentions with plenty of ber headquarters in Jacksonville. munlties through local mere,
: This Informal wedding came as a to money and the highest legal talent, organizations
meant not are
the character readings given ac- merely an attempt Plans for the week embrace the carrying out tl
complete surprise to their numer- cording to the science of numerolgyby Sale of fishing hunting and 'reduce expenditures but a proper he declared. Florida must match of half Buy at ,Home movement thri
ous friends, as Mr. and Mrs. White Miss Ethel Griffin. trapping: licenses by county Judgesin appreciation of what the state's the opposition with money, legal organized effort
hour radio from Florida
had issued invitations to a St. Val- Following the dinner several Florida during January totaled needs are and a study of the best talent and facts to support Its position programs "Know Florida Better'&aye
stations the of Know Flor- I'i
entine party at their home, which of these needs. he went on to say. state chamber, "has
progressions of bridge were enjoyed. $22,22023; Commissioner Wood- means meeting: ida Better in schools and as Its object\!
was surmised by some to be an an- Bridge favors were candy ward reported. This amount is Diagnose the Case If the speculators are successful programs the bringing of facts 'about 1\\
nouncement party of the engage- heart novelties, and minature Old considerably less than for the same "The first, Indispensable and In getting a reduction of the tariffrates local Buy at Home next Campaigns.the before the people. e bpp iaiiv
ment of their sister Miss Blanche Gold cigarettes. High scores for month last year. most Important thing that mustbe Florida's vegetables crop will Beginning Monday emphasizing by chimbe '.
Alderman, and Mr. Stuart Vandi the evening were made by Miss The department has carried overa done in Florida to arrive at a be cut down more than half of the statewide movement will get"homefolks" underway merce and luncheon dub lie c I

viere. Immediately after their Ethel Griffin and Mr. Tom Busch. balance of $97,017.36 into Feb- solution of our problem," Davis $40,000,000 which it now yields to acquaint the communities interspersed

C names were linked together in the Each were presented gifts. ruary, however, after paying all said, "is to follow the same pro- anually, according to estimates by as well as hundreds the visitors of thous-In the pertinent statements relative a I
state and its
' form of an announcement, the wedding Those enjoying this affair were: expenses incident to operating thedepartment. cedure that a physician, follows in Mr. Wilson. the state at large. Short talks
I ,I : music rang out and the minister Miss Hazel Middleton, Miss Florence January disburse- treating the patient, and that is, On the other hand if Florida'scontentions ands of friends throughout the the agricultural, industrial recil!
J it , came forward and united the ments the ailment. are upheld for a con- country with Florida facts on tional and health
/ Matthews, Miss Blanche Al- were $1 ,138.62. Field ex- diagnose features of '
1. .); \ young couple. derman, Miss Mln Gruber, Miss penses made up much the'largest "Until,.an, adequate accounting I tinuance of the present rates, the:' .. state will be stressed on progn
}' Previous to the marriage the Madge Middleton, Miss Eunice item of expense, this cost aggre- system Is installed in every county probability is that the crop in time secretary for the Florida associa- throughout the week.
HH hostess served a three course buffet gating 1099506. in this state and an actual esti- will be doubled so that the state'sIncome Governor Carlton
, Perkins, Miss Ethel Griffin, Miss tion, as one national in Its scope will sue
supper, and with each course In addition to the sale of licenses mate is made 'of dollar thatIs from that source will be statement to the .
Betty Chamberlin, Mr. and Mrs. D. every and In its! effects. The situationIs people or riot!
,j Ij t there were Valentine favors suggestive P. Carpenter, Mr. and Mrs. T. T. $605.7 was received from spent for every conceivable pur- around $75,000,000, Mr. Wilson, desperate, he declared. It requires upon the alms and purposes of.

'f'; of the coming event. The Long, Mr. and Mrs. II. C. Ritch, other sources during the month, pose out of the public revenues and thinks. I immediate and wholehearted Know FltJrlda Better Week ?
:f hostess was assisted In serving by Dr. and Mrs. B. S. Carroll, Mr. making the total January receipts the sum total of what Is to be'rais'-, Hearing Expected: Soon support, he went on to say. Buy at Home movement m wh
r her mother, Mrs. G. W. Alderman, $21.826. ed to met all is ascertained The Federal Tariff Commissionwill
John Powell, Mr. Owen Griffin, Mr. requirements Mr. Wilson took occasion to express he will urge that every ommur
fi i Mrs. J. W. White, Mrs. Olin W. Tom Busch The department reports 124 arrests therecan be no solution hold a hearing on the question take in the
Dr. Robert N. Holland, *, I in behalf of Florida growers part week's "ilwerva'
White, Misses' Mona Alderman, In January, with 53 of these to the so-called tax problem. sometime within the next 90 days, In ,
Dr. H. B McLendon, Mr. Broward appreciation to the Florida dele- some manner, according to.
, f Amelia Ray and Olive Ray, and for Lovell, Mr. Howard Baxley of Au- being violations of the fishing laws, "A proper accounting system although the exact date has not gation In congress for their Inter- state chamber.

the second course Mrs. O. L. Beas- gusta, Ga., and Dr. Stewart Vandi 62 for violations of game laws and with a proper observance of a been set as yet, est and help in the situation.. Sena- Write your friend to. tune in
,: ley poured coffee. Between the viere. nine violations of the trappinglaw. sound budget law will do all that Florida vegetable products must tor Fletcher has endeavored to the Florida programs and i:om) a
: courses the guests were entertained I be reasonably expected to- have the protection of a tariff .
\/ may have the request dismissed alto- Florida In presenting ltd facto'
with instrumental music by ; ward against foreign competition be-
S saving unnecessary expendi has figures
and in this he
gether failing
l Miss Cassie White and Miss Ethel INTF.IOIKDIATK: I. tures. cause of low"labor and land costsin
K'.. Griffin; Miss Min Gruber also gavean O. .\!,. MEET PARENTS AND TEACIIKHS TO "In addition to this, we should Mexico, Mr. Wilson explained. tried to get a continuance of the ---.--' -

amusing St. Valentine reading. MEET IN GAINESVILLE realize that a great portion of our 'I For instance, land in that countrycan hearing until after the Florida There Is safety in numb
After the guests had fitted together The Intermediate Q. A.'s held financial requirements consist of be purchased for a dollar or vegetable crop Is marketed, Mr. When only two or three in, lit\
the letters indicating the their business and program meet- Gainesville, Feb. 16..-Parent- what are called 'fixed charges' and I two an acre and labor costs only 25 Wilson said. Others in congress a college yell, It seems much ir
announcement "Blanche Alder- Ing Monday afternoon at the teacher associations of this and of from this state also have given Idiotic.
t --- Baptist that these must be, ,known and pro to 30 cents a day. The costs
s man and Stuart P. Vandiviere," church. surrounding counties will send rep- I vision,made, to meet them as they packing are about the same in their assistance. This Is the time of year that
C :Mr. Wesley Stearns, accompaniedby I The meeting was opened with resentatives to Gainesville, Thurs I cannot be redti'ced,." Florida and Mexico but* Florida Mr. Castano said that if the revision rotograveure sections of the ,Jal|
Miss Mona Alderman, sang at; the song "I Love to Tell the Story"and day, February 20, to attend a meet-i HiiiriceHtH Four Steps I shippers must pay more freight on is made In two years Mexico start printing picture.ot. id
Dawning (Cadman) and 0, Promise sentence prayer with the presi- Ing under the leadership of Mrs. i The slate official suggested the their products than :Mexican shippers would be furnishing sufficient Breaking the ice to go in ill
(., Me (DeKoven. Then Miss Alder- dent, Melba Sllcox, presiding.A Charles K. Roe, field secretary of' following steps: I although they are twice as far I vegetables to supply the whole mlng.
man played the Bridal Chorus by splendid world comrade pro- the National Congress of Parents First; installation of a complete away from American marketing country during the winter and the -
rendered Melba Sil-' and Teachers. Mrs. H. B. Hutch- i Florida crop would have no market
{ Lohengren, to which the bridal gram was by accounting system for every gov- centers. INFLUENZA
Brownlee Martha' Inson, of Tampa, president of the and therefore would be reduced to
party entered the large living Mary ernmental expenditure. Mr. Wilson said speculators, who
pn room. As matron of honor, Mrs. Brownlee and Sunshine Hundley Florida branch of this national or- i Second; rigid budget require have asked for the revision, will at- the smallest possible output. SPREADINCheck
Ceo. C. White first entered tho The program for the week of ganlzatlon, will accompany the national ments for every public expenditure tempt to show that Florida and "Preservation of the present
room and was followed by the prayer was prepared. The amount secretary.The --state, county and municipal. other southern states cannot supply tariff", :Mr. Wilson said, "would Colds at once with 6,
bride accompanied by her father, lot $2.30 was sent to the Cooperative committee arranging for the Third; compilation and keeping i the northern cities and Canad- mean a great deal to the transportation Take it as a prevcntlvi
Mr. George W. Alderman. Mr.. Program. visit of these executives is working of statistics at some central place ian cities with enough vegetablesto companies, to the large
with :Mrs T. M. landed interests, to bankers, mer- Use (160 Salve for>lt><
Simpson, president
t'Vandlviere had as his best man, from which the financial condition take care of their wants.
,r m P Mr. Harry Baxley, of Augusta, Ga. AFTERNOON UltllHiK of the Gainesville association, as of any part of the state can easilybe In answer to that contention, chants, and manufacturers of the
The bride was lovely arrayed In CLUB MEETS I chairman. It Is the hope of this ascertained. I Mr. Wilson said last December state, to say nothing of the vege-

an ivory satin gown, fashioned I committee that a large proportionof Fourth; study of how much money Florida produced so many string table growers and farmers s1 --
4r with a high waist line, tight bodice Mrs. W M Wainwright delightfully the audience will be composed must be raised to meet strict beans that northern markets were 1 "The result of the tariff commission -1 -
., and full skirt, with accessories to entertained friends and members of the general public as there is no governmental requirements and surfeited. With a fair growing I decision,' Mr. Castano said, ',
?I match. Her flowers were a shoulder of the afternoon bridge club fee attached to this meeting.The then consideration of a solution of- season, he declared the state could "will mean either prosperity or ( S?
bouquet of sweet peas and tiny Thursday afternoon at her home. session la scheduled to open fering the best and easiest way to produce an equally large supply of bankruptcy to many counties of nV
rose-buds. The lovely arrangement sweet at 3 p. m. at the Gainesville school, get the required money. tomatoes, eggplans, peppers and j the state. Every,county as well as a
)t; Lena Blanche Alderman Is the peas and other spring flowers formed for a general discussion of Parent- other vegetables. : every individual wi'l'!! be affected to f gDn
\ youngest daughtet< of Mr. and Mrs. a pretty background for this Teacher work. At this. time Mrs. HTATK'S $10,000,000 WINTER i The standards of American some extent by this decision."

George W Alderman, and posses- enjoyable- party. Scores were kepton Roe will endeavor to assist P. T. A. VKC.KTABLM CROP AT STAKE,'farmers cannot be maintained
)P sos a winning personality that has Valentine tallies and at the close workers, and those interested In 1'ROI'OSED BEARING\ TARIFF when they must compete with low

f,;, gained many friends She Is a of the game were added. The club child welfare work, with any prob- I production costs of other countries, DIE The Scredunder
!;f graduate of the Florida State College prize for scoring high was awarded lem they might have. Mrs. Hoe Lorenzo ,\. Wilson I'olnl. to Sorlousnra he pointed out. Another thing that RATS
} for Women; a member of the Mrs. L. VVymnn. The high will addresS the gathering on the .* of Situation favors Mexican producers is the the glare of power'
Kappa Alpha Theta Sorority; and guest prize was presented Mrs. J. Parent-Teacher movement. fact that a warm climate insures 'tights and the sirens of "Pict
i, for two and a half years has been A. Long. Mrs. Roe comes to Gainesville The very existence of Florida's fast crops and without the necessity H() do mice, once they ivit HAT Making: the beauty renderedCournud's
deputy clerk in the office of the The following players enjoyed a from Trilby, and will close her tour $40,000,000 winter vegetable cropIs of fertilizing Mr. Wilson said. SNAP." And they Iei\n no odor l>r Oriental Cream alum star
the It gives on
w' clerk of the circuit court of Bradford salad course: Mrs. O. L. Haynes, of the state the following day at at stake ia the Federal tariff Problem National Scope hind. Don't take our word for It- pearly test.appearance that will r.

(; county. Mrs, E. Burns Mrs. N. D. Wain- Daytona Beach. commission's proposed hearingon The problem of combatting the try u piicKaK/ Cuts and doRs won' rub oil, streak or spot.
Stuart Pitney Vandiviere is the wright Mrs N. Sternberg, Mrs. I This national executive has for a request for revision of tariff proposed revision was described by ouch It. hats' pass up all food I No "touching up" necessary

tt only son of Dr. M. L. Vandiviere L. Wyman, Mrs. C. A. Knight, Mrs. many years been an outstanding schedules on products from Mexico John F. Castano, For Myers, field get RAT-SNAP. Throe sizes. the skin retains the delijflitfu.
( of Jacksonville, but formerly of J. A. Long, Mrs J. C. Robinson, leader in the work of this organi Cuba, Bermuda and the Ba- 83o size 1 coke enough/ fo soft, seductive beauty under all ctiiliona.
Columbus, Ga. lie ila junior in Mrs. H. C. Wall, Mrs R. F. Demo- ,zation. She was formerly a teacher hamas. Puatry, Kitchen or Collar.65o .
the medical college of the University rent, Mrs, A. Z. Adkins and Mrs.O. in Colorado. She says of her That Is the message of Lorenzo I size > 2 cakes Chit! .he CO'JUAUD'S:
of Georgia, in Augusta; a L. Beasley. work: "I have traveled about 100- A. Wilson, executive chairman of FLORIDA :iou<% coops, or HIII .11 dujlJinrrs
member of the Theta Kappa Psi a .- ,000 miles during the eight years the Florida Agricultural Tariff As- $1.25 Ue 5 cakes crioiiijh! fo !EMTt.t
Medical Fraternity and is a young, SEW ANn so CLUIIENTEIIT.1lNED I[ have been In national work and sociation to Florida growers, busi- :ill farm anti oi't-lmlldliiK'i: stor g t.J'' A ;

man of sterling worth who will have presented P.-T. A. work In ness'men; bankers: ,and others Interested THEATRE :'iulidingti, or factor tmJllng' says ......+.. .
i doubtless take high rank In the -- ,one way or the other In more than in the welfare of the state. /Hold and Guaranteed by Corpen 1I'b1l.. n *,.l ud Orl.ot 1 1Until ,"Toll
Miss 40 states, and have never missed GAINESVILLE FLA. .rfi's Drug /Store '1:he ,, 100 for T"n'I. C
medical profession. Florence Matthews was :The; seriousness! of the situation Nyul: Store Fe.d T. HooMn. A Son New York
Y Immediately after the ceremony, hostess to the Sew and So Club an engagement so far. I have had Mr.' Wilson said Is not recognized -- lore StTk. Flii., i
Mr. and Mrs. Vandiviere left for a Tuesday evening at her home on twenty: years experience in Parent- ,
wedding trip to points In Florida Walnut street. Teacher work local, city, county, osotlng Company, Indianapolis, Program 1 Week Feb. 20
r and Georgia. Bright hued spring flowers were and four years as state field and Ind.. 13,673.
The out of town guests were: effectively arranged throughoutthe executive secretary before enterIng Automobile tires for six months
i Dr. and Mrs. E. R. Marshburn! and, home for this pleasant Informal the national field. All this has estimated at $7,632 to Firestone TODAY
"' son, Edwin, of Marianna; Miss' gathering.At been of untold value to me; the Tire and Rubber Company. Abraham LincolnWith NOTICE OF SALE OF

y Mona Alderman of Tallahassee; the close of the evening spentIn combination of the teaching, the Project 501> Road 6, Calhoun

Rev L. G. Ray of Dinsmore and sewing, conversation and bridge, home, the Parent-Teacher activi- county, oil asphalt to Atlantic Refining Walter Huston
Hilliard; Mr. Harry Baxley of Au- the hostess served tempting re- ties I have found invaluable." Mrs. Company of Philadelphia,
gusta, Ga., and Or, M. I.. Vandi freshments.The I Roe has given credit and noncredit $... .84. Slag .on..same to Birming- The history of one of the nation's STATE TAX CERTIFICATESNotice

viere of Jacksonville. guests were: Miss Madge Parent-Teacher courses in ham Slag Company $2, 42. greatest men i
colleges, universities, and normal Added-Comedy, Act & News
Mlddletton. Miss 'Chamber-
t Betty Project 501-D. Calhoun county. iI
lin Miss Mln Gruber, Miss Hazel schools all over the country--ln- Road 6, oil asphalt to Atlantic Refining I I
RHODES-HAYES Middleton Miss Ethel Griffin, Miss eluding Florida. 1 Company $228.96. Slag on SATURDAY"See is hereby given that competitive bids, in

Eunice Perkins Mrs. T. T. Long, i same to Birmingham Slag Com- writing will be received by me at.the Clerk's office,
Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Hayes Mrs. D. P. Carpenter, Mrs. H. C. ROAD ISO.ltDWAn() pany '$63550il/ America Thirst"With Court IlAjse in Bradford 25
announce the marriage of their County, Florida, on
Rltch and Mrs. B. S. Carroll.VMEKICAN CONTRACT ON ROAD 28 Project: 560;Road 6, Gulf county ,
daughter oil asphalt to Gulf Refining: company Harry Langdon day of March, 1931, and each business day thereafter

Lena Louiseto : LEGION '(Continued from page, 1.)" ,,-i,444j80. Slag on same to Slim SummervilleA for State,Tax Certificates sold for taxes'for the

1 Mr. Frank Rhodes of Jacksonville, AUXILIARY -MEETS Navaree to Yellow River to cost Woodstock, Ala.Slag, 369360.Company, Birmingham I Riot of comedyAddedKrazy' year 1927 and previous years, together with all sub-

February fourteenth' The American Legion Auxiliarymet 22000. Kat Cartoon sequent omitted taxes'thereon 'up to and 'including
Starke, Florida. at the home f*i.*_ of Mrs. L. D. Vin- - -- I Ito the year 1930, based upon the last assessed valua-
The ring ceremony was performed ing Tuesday afternoon at 3:30: Sltheresa $1 ,OOO. I
s by Rev. G. P. Raymond. o'clock.'' 1 Rock base and surface treat Monday & Tuesday tion. Where the same bid is offered by two or more

/ The bride Is a graduate of the An Interesting and Instructive ments on No. 1 from Cottondaleto Douglas Fairbanks. persons for the same certificate, the owner of the

i Bradford County High School and program pertaining to Auxiliary, Chlpley. GUNSHELLS In land will be given preference, otherwise the first bid
has lived In Starke most of her and what It stands tor was enjoyed.Mrs. Grading on No. 2 from Orlandoto
Reaching for the MoonWith filed will be accepted.
life.Mr. J. W. White read an articleon Klsslmmee, $160,000.
Rhodes is in business In "What Does Auxiliary Mean." Contr'tIIwardf'd
Jacksonville, where they will make Mrs. H. A. Dew discussed "The The following'contracts were i Ilebe Daniels G. W. ALDERMAN

their home. Birth and Growth of the Auxil awarded by the board at its meet Added Mickey Mouse Car- Clerk of the Circuit Court.
The bride and groom have a host iary. ing today: toon, Comedy and News

of friends who will wish them hap' The Auxiliary will meet at the Purchase of 88 mules.Chairman Cloning out entire line at I It. Bradford County.
piness. Woman's Club next Wednesday aft Robert W. Bentley to appoint someone
"'riiuvu ui,* o.clock; for ire formal to accompany him to Atlantato I
W. M. S. MEETS organization. Miss Louise Cone select the mules,. SWANSON I
with several other state officers Project 535. Road S-A. tar primeto 65c In I
The Woman's Missionary Society will be present. AU mothers, wives, Independent Coal Tar Company, - -
of the Methodist church met sisters and daughters of exservicemen Boston, Mass., $3,509. r :f I "What a Widouf

Monday' afternoon in the church who belong to, any post of Project T27. Road 47; tar primeto Buy shells! i at this reduced J '
for the business and program American Legion are eligible for American Tar Products Com- Ag ,. THURSDAYConrad BATTERY SERVICEAt
meeting the president. Mrs. T. J.' membership, and all wives, moth- pany, Birmingham. Ala:, 1740.' price to .rid strawberryfields I
Griffin, presiding, and Mrs. Halle ers, sister and daughters of ex- Project 72-A and 72-C, drainage Nagel"FREE
acting as secretary.Mrs. service men are Invited to attend. structures and grading Putnam of robins. In
J. H. Ritch bad charge of The hostess assisted by Mrs. J. and Flagler counties, to Murphy

the program and read an Interest A. Saul and Mrs,,,J. C. Robinson Construction Company Orlando, ""..,. LOVE"COIING Smitls's Service Station
Ing article from the Missionary served<< tea and wafer to those $84.269.60. Starke Hardware &
Voice. Mr Weeks read "Spiritual present.. Project 706-B. Road 23, Putnam FRIDAY"MILLIE" I '
Cultivation", by Bertha Conde and / county, to T. B. Glllespio, Inc., Furniture Compan'rStarke Authorized, : Willard Dealer
7 Mrs Wood read about the missionary Moonshine U caused by reflection 16195768. With I '" '
council meeting. Fourteen the u.."of moonshine by the Project 877-B, Road 13.. Levy Florida -. ,; BATTERIES IN STQCrCPAGE :
} member were present. lack of it. county, tar prime to Republic Cre- John Halliday
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5i' Miss Eva -Rfgl-on( 1 I. I
U accompaniedthem CONTROIXINO PECAN 8I1UCK- May Deduct DepositsIn :which It was received. If less than
;. to
14.Jt'lf.ll ESS.4 noR"t 'I. 50 per cent was recovered in the
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f. I .
? ,. Closed Hanks
Mrs. A. . HUM, CM;? .: to' I final liquidation of the bank, the
of .- Experiment: Sts! A \' Local I unrecovered balance could be de-
.spent Income Tux Collector INNIM-M. State : ducted In"the of liquidation. .
Grower How to Avoid i year s
Mrs. S. E. ; Mntf: Cjojl }lOON ana
ment RetaUte To Tat In every"clUIe where a deductionIs
companied fturulifah:-of Ar IXMM From Pest I
I cal .yev Mrs. F: A. Mr.'Moore's par- Return taken for a loss in bank deposits ."
l the receiver's statement or a
daughter, -\ .,,Pr VV:, .Moore., Losses caused pecan grove own- I copy .
thereof should be attached to the i
relatives Mrs. fender and era in this section through depreda- Peter H. Miller, collector of In-
Concerning Our People, Buiinetu and tveaeti'visitors.. to tions of the shuckworm resulted In ternal revenue, for Florida is receiving Income tax return. 'J. 'I
Rev. W. Mr. F. A. Scott taking the matterup a number of requests from b 1
Progress of the County and Town. nesday from W, M. Phillips spent with officials of the experiment depositors In closed banks as to While the country Is erecting J

he was ''In 'Jacksonville: and station and in their reply published whether the amount of their deposits statues every now and then, who J ,;.
of his friend :. in full below Mr. Walker' advisee can be deducted in their Income knows but that Dome day it will 1 I :
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WEATIIE RECORD Mrs. C. A. Knight, Mrs. J. C. Sunday by d from Jacksonville ting the pest. somewhat clarify the situation, minded his own business. r

Robinson, Mrs. J. A. Long and Mrs. ofthePalms.Mr. The shuckworm is a small moth Collector Miller gives the following If old King Solomon could come i
npUed by Starlte branch U. A. Z. Adkins spent Friday in Jack- 't). W. Moore were belonging to the same family of Insects information. buck these! days and find what It
orestry De-partment. and Hampton Friday. as the Oriental peach moth Bank deposits' in cloned banks costs to keep one modern wife, the
I'eek ending February 18,Prec sonville. as their Mrs C. 'Sullivan were and coddling moth. The caterpillar properly classified ns bad debts. chances are he probably would not "
pate Max. Min.. p. and Mrs. to Starke Satur- feeds on the nuts though it is Section 23 of the Revenue Act of want 600 of them. t '
12 69 35 Bush and Pole Butter Beans, also ville, Mr. sometimes found on the wartlike 1928 reads In part as follows: I Nineteen thirty is termed by" :

13 71 45 ..97n Ford Hook Lima. J. F. Klckliter. of Brooker, Trlest and Willis swellings on leaves. Since there "In computing: net income there lot of folks as an "Andy" year Let ,
14 61 50 .12 Brooker, Mr. In Starke Saturday. are three to four broods each yearit shall be alowed as deductions debts : us hope 1931 will\ be more of an v
31 Mrs. don of F. Fender were vis Is possible for a few insects now ascertained to be worthless an (15:I N. Sternberg, Mrs. E. S.
k' 18h g5 38 Tr. M. Moody of Hall Saturday or even in early summer to causea charged off within the taxable j I Iy'lu One of the harder things to find
p, Matthews, and Mrs. H. C. Wall
19 58 Dodd filled his regular heavy and dangerous infestation ; and when satisfied that a now than an old-fashioned sleigh' \ ;
b' 18 14 55Levlton's were. visitors in Jacksonville Friday at the Christian before time of harvesting nuts debt Is recoverable only in .part is a horse to pull It.

rainfall for week, 1.09 in evening. The letter follows: the commissioner may allow such 1
Mae Swindell of Key Montlccllo Fla., Feb. 14, 1931: debt to be charged off in part" I
Senator E. M. Johns returned visited her The of the
parents Dear Mr. Scott: regulations Treasury
Tailor Shop -- Clean- Sunday from Tampa after several Mra. I; S. R. Swindell Mon- A copy of your letter of Feb- Department Article lIlt, reads In

,and pr-sBlng.: 1114tf.Collllrd. days visit with Judge Marlon Hen- ruary 4th, has been forwarded to part ns follows:

dry. \ I J. :J. Cftrstensen of me for attention. I "Hefore taxpayer may charge KcwBccBREAD
[ Cabbage and Onion One of were visitors here You can secure a good control of off and deduct a debt In part, he
Dr. and Mrs. R. P. Jackson of
Ints J. F Kickliter. tertainments the shuckworm by raking the must ascertain' and be able to dem-
Baconton, Ga., were guests of Mr. the apron Moore was transacting husks and leaves back from the onstrate, with a reasonable do-
E M. Johns was a business and Mrs. D. P. Carpenter and Mr. day evening Gainesville Monday. trees and turning them under. The /greo> of certainty, the amount ,1
l-itor to Ocala Wednesday. and Mrs. T. T. Long Thursday. Mrs.. J. H. L. and C. Sullivan turning should be about three to thereof which In uncollectible" I

J. H. Moore visitors to Hampton four inches. The work should be While It must be'rstoOlllhlLt
loh, Doctor! March 10th. Bean Seed Giant Stringless, as hostesses. dune sometime between the first every case U decided 1 strictly on I j I Keeps fresh
Tennessee, Bountiful and Valen- Triest and W W. its merits and in the of
of and fifteenth of March. Thh.4method own light Slices thick or thin
I Mr! L A Davis was a businessItor tine. .J. F. Klckliter. Mesdames visitors to Gaines- of control will conserve the all pertinent! evidence still aa a I

in Jacksonville Monday.Mr ney and W. \ humus that is under your trees general rule deposits in closed Makes wonderful toast
The Methodist W. M. S. will havea i, the Hersey was a visitor and place most of It In a pla'ewhel'e hanks may be <\deducted part provided Great for sandwiches
and Mrs. J. L. Simmons Patriotic Tea at the home of Mrs.J. test was Hall Saturday. it is available to the feeding I a statement can be secured tMPS
H. Ritch, afternoon at _.__ _
Friday -
Wednesday in Jacksonville. were - T roots. from the receiver or liquidator as
1 3:30: o'clock.Mr. the NOTICE; Get your neighbors who own pecan to the proportion of the deposits

Chufas Velvet Beans Sorgumnd Gladys trees to practice some method which In his opinion will eventuallybe 44
Millet Seeds. J. F. Klckliter. and Mrs. T. N. Kendrick, cute doll. at the following nam- of control for the shuckworm and paid. For example, if the receiver -
Miss Lillie Kendrick and Mrs. J. the and dates better. wilt\ make a statement thatIn !
booby, a Jar on days your results will be much
of Is L. Simmons spent Tuesday in St. , for the of this his opinion the depositors will qm1 I
Mrs S K Gibson Mulberry ,' the guests purpose The adult of insect has wingsand sAl [RsArrrJtxA
lilting! her brother and slster-ln- Augustine. word apron Returns for the Is capable of flying to a considerable not receive over 50 per cent of

w. Mr and Mrs. J. F, Colley. many words 1931.: to-wit: distance, so the more their deposits this proportion
-. :Mr. Malcolmn McInnis of Red It.V.. F. Feb. 21. that you will kill in your Immediate would be allowed\ ILRI deduction.If 4 {
Mr and Mrs. N. Sternberg andr Springs, S. C., enroute to St. Pet- Sam yVedncsday! Feb. 25, vicinity the better the results more than 60 per cent was '
; and Mrs. H. C. Wall motored ersburg, was the guest of Mrs T. Burney gave will be. eventually recovered depositors
o i Jacksonville Monday evening. N. Kendrick, Tuesday. I entitled, Wednesday, Feb. 25, p. If at any time we can be of any should report the balance In his Look for the '

I D.V.. service to you we will be very glad income tax return for the year In above triangle on the
A scream! the farce, the "Wom- ._. _. . .
Musical Comedy March 10th Oh, tion which Feb. 26, a. m. to do BO. -- --- --- - -- -- "
)UK'lot. anless Wedding," presented by The young Thursday Feb 26, p. I Very truly yours, bread wrappers ,
Woman's Club of Starke, at the i
Fred W. Walker,
Mr! Hlen Frisbee of Chicago. club building, Feb. 27th, 8 p. m. at Cheatham the Friday. Feb. 27, p. m Pecan Field Laboratory 6)6 Central Florida Bakeries, Inc.TOlLEt .
F. Admission, 25c and 50C. Come and\ I law it Is the duty of +
of Mrs.
L n the guest George with a LIQUID Oil TAflL.1 TS
forget your cares. owning or having
.own bers, which State highway department recently Cure Colds, Headaches Feveri QUALITY CAKE
A any property subject ."
Mrs r A. Futch and Mrs. G. :M. Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Cromer of from present.each to return the sam to opened to traffic highway i; (6 j r. SAI/VI: ,*. Celttloutiy Oiffirvntt
in Washington, Ga., were the guestsof between the No. 10 between Currabelle andEast CURES:' nA V'S COLD
Sistrunk spent Wednesday measured . .
Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Sweezy Sat- 1st an 1 April the let Point ,- ,
jackbonvllle.lira. pocket of a Fort Pierce Construction well ,
-- --- urday.Mr. used as the every year. If you
under way on large ice iltol'ugellant STEAM PRESSING COMPANY :
D. C. Jones and Mrs. J. C. lightful there will be no cause '
Adkins were visitors in Starke and Mrs. H. L. Brownlee and ed their Growers being erected for Fruit I SUITS CU:ANr:)), PIU;HSE)) ANTI UKSIIAPKI J ,J ,I
In local
Brownlee will the Express yards
Mary 'spend of the above .
exception .
Wednesday afternoon. cake, Florida. East Coast J. Frank Tlioman Pfionr K2MC ,
railway -
week-end In DcLanJ with Col. and and whipped be in ,the assessor's ot.1 I

Squash, Cukes,,. Watermelon. Mrs. J. E. Futch\ : were: Mr. purpose of receiving

Cudlope. Tomato and Sweet Pep- Rev. and
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Lormler of U W. UA YEfI.
PIIlreds J. K. Klckliter. and Mrs.
Grand Rapids, Mich., were recent v'I Assessor of Taxes 1{ :
Mrs. W. H.
States Attorney H. V. Knight cott.guests of Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Pres- H. B. e SPECIALS, FEB. 20TH and 21ST

HU a business visitor in Jacksonville Moore, W. '; ASSOCIATION
Tuesday. Moore, S. D.
Peanut Seed Florida, Spanish ;MKKTS:
is, Halite
Judge and Mrs. A. Z. Adkins and North Carolina, corn seed, yellow Vernon weekly meeting of Compound ClearbrnokBUTTER Peanut
and white dent, Snowflake, SU- Welfare Association
spent Tuesday In Hawthorn and dames E. E. LARD Butter
Gainesville. vermlne, Truckers Favorite, Has- Catherine its rooms at St. Marks
tings Prolific and Stowels Ever- becca Tuesday afternoon of

Mrs green. J. F. Klckliter. and Misses The committee on re-
)J. B. Godbold of -
was the guest of her sister, Phillips, assistance given three Pound----- Pound33cl Pound Jar19c
Mrs as. Dowling Thursday. Col. Joe Hill Williams of Lake Howe, clothing and bed
Butler, was in Starke Wednesdayon Whitehead given' where It was

Everyone wants to see a Womanless legal matters before Judge Ad- Enza CA 11NA7'ON-I'Is7' VAN CAMS
kins. of an Invalid being -
Weeding Friday evening, ing and
Feb. 27, at Woman's Club house, is Mr. and by the organization I III
Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Epperson and A
your chance. Don't miss It. receiving Improvement. MILK6 sma1125 large 25c
the ; -
family of Jacksonville, were arrival of a clothing was turned in

Mrs. M. E. Edwards spent Wed- guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Ep on St. on solicitations.
for the weekend.Mr. bf food and clothing
nesday in Lawtey with Mr. and person be called
lira Will Edwards. Those At present Yellow No. 2 CanTomatoes Waldorf J
and Mrs. Everett Miner and Starke : 18 members: Every '

Mrs T. B. Massie, Mrs. O.. L. daughter of New Smyrna, spent dames G. In Starke should ONIONS Toilet! Paper
Beasley and Mrs. J. A. Long spent the week-end in Starke with rela- rode Ed t 00 dues would great 1
tives. B. Wells, A. work of Its organi
Wednesday in Jacksonville.
Biggs. should be sent In to 3 pounds l 2 15c 4 rolls 22c
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Colley and Mrs. E. E. Canova had as her The first chairman on - -lOcI cans - - - - J

family of Jacksonville, spent Sunday guests for several days this week Lawtey All pleas for assis
with Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Col-. Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Canova and lit- were picked be referred to the as- ",
ley. tle daughter, Mary Ann of Bush- carefully Investi-
nell. gan.Mesdames case, and after aid Is
Oh, Doctor- Will be presented" In Burney committees visit and EXTRA SPECIAL HEINZ \WEEK .

Starke March 10th. Col. W. T. Weeks celebrated his rose with proteges.
- 93rd birthday at his home on Cherry Leod. strawberry sea
M street Sunday. February 15th. Mrs.. C. work to many, and Please ave the poster!> you will find at your door, for reference. We have the completeline

He was at home to his family and of .Miami, of Illness or Inabil- '
CENT A WORD friends during the afternoon.The home after there will be fewer of Ileinz RoOds!> and offer them to you at very attractive low prices.Pillsbury's .

with her help Though as It
Baptist W. M. S. will hold M.\, : "The poor we have
COLUMN Its regular business and program panied us/> >
at ,3 letter from our es- Cake Flour 29cThree
- meeting Monday afternoon will be her -
o'clock at the'church. Circle,No. Mr. and shows that
FOR RENT' -+ 2 stores Call at have charge of the program.Mrs. working for relief in
3 will shopping in mlllio'n
See of women have found this in the finest cake flour they can buy I
J. W. Morgan agent 2-20-tf School he Is not unmindful

J. C. Hoover returned Tues- 27th. his home town.
"OR RENT-2 story 6 room, bath, day from Jacksonville where she reate Epperson.
Ughts, well located. Reasonable. had been called on account of the school lies Grade National Biscuit Fresh Ground

rent. J. W.: Morgan, 220tf. serious Illness of her father, Dr. by Rev. : _
" James Chace. :assisted by I read of the organi Salt Bacon Crackers6for25c COFFEEPound25c
'OR RENT Four furnished Lawtey. Starke Welfare As
rooms and bath, upstairs, cor-' Supt. A. J. Griffls left Thursdayfor be at this of your. membership

ner Madison and Bay streets. Tltusvllle where he will attenda Mr. and 4 Pound - - 15c
Phone 150-W. It meeting of state school officials.He Thursday glad that you good

was accompanied by his wife with her the Initiative In -
'OR RENT-Office building, cor- and son who will visit relatives. H. V. : and worthy
ner Call and Court streets, enjoyed a Navy Beans or Quaker Gold MedalPancake
Starke. Rent very reasonable. Senator T. G. Futch of Leesburg, given in like to see the time
Apply 265ft: Post street Jackson was a business visitor to Starke birthday. country when there Lima Beans Meal or Grits Flour
ville. Fla. 2132t. Monday. Mr. Futch is an old Brad- Miss 'Edna air cental distribution
and spent sev- weaWhf as to prevent
ford county citizen visiting Mr.
TREE GRAFTING eral hours renewing acquaintances lips. distress In any home. '2 Pounds--- Box lOc 2 Packages 25c
HOICE lot West Virginia cherry while here. herewith I am tending - - - -
,*o for your .oela-
grafts. Now U the time for grafting .
of the It may see fit. -
pear, plum, persimmon or There will be a meeting
No. 278 Tuesday evening Circle No. wtshe and very kind
P can. See R. F. Demorest. Starke Grove
Starke. in the W. O. W. baiL Please ; S. will be ard.s, I am.Sincerely.

- all members be present as specia 'nd 2 : yours Ia

;'EED3: -Just received shipment business will come up. Amy,. .'clock at Member Lex of Congress Green, Ic SThPt;

of all varieties bean and Snow- Moore, Pub. Cbm. Ylderman. t . t
flake seed -
and Norfolk Market,
Work to com
Mr: and Mrs. Arthur RIgdon ,of Jackson -: '
torn '
Also have full line of garden weekend -. future on widening -"- --.n Is Cerlainly"r
seed See us, before buying Jacksonville spent the ,
''!! between Taylor
J. J 'r !
Mr. mod ;
we will save you money. Brown- with his parents 0-r
lee Bros. 1.30.4t.'FR,7 RIgdon end returned home Sunda? .

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FARM NEWS SECTION SPRING WEATHER HAS ADVANCED Florida Met A Tomatoes Better CallAs Have I Hints To Housewives 31

CROPS IN SOUTHEAST SECTIONS Shipments-Decreased. Weekly from Home Demoustra tlon Specialists, ,

:MIami Fla., Feb. 13.-With lastweek's -=:::tJ
Conducted By CHILDREN'S CLOTHING If you will examine
shipments of only about 80 a sample] -

I. T. DYER, County Agents and south Florida 4,800 acres. The carlots, the f. o. b. market for -- the material carefully before
Orlando Fla. Feb. 13.The Bureau put
MISS PKAKL JORDAN Home I)('monlltraUoagf'nt peak of the planting in the Hastings south Florida tomatoes took on a ing, you can tell a good deal

of Agricultural Economics section i.. from a week to ten much firmer tone. Inquiry for Chlldre 's clothing is Interestingand its probable' wear. about
1 Luck af
with headquarters in this city say I days later than usual, most of the good tomatoes has been fairly satisfactory to make becauseone surface to see if It i is Iht
the touch of firmly
Better Farm Living Agriculture At The weather that during the past two weeks,spring prep- seed being planted in the last two good, according to shippers here, can produce attractive results closely woven, rather than !008T

Should lie Primary South Florida Fair aration of land and planting of weeks In January. Planting was and buyers have been anxious to with little time and money. It is Does it seem to be woven ''lnlfol'll
completed the first week in this obtain the best quality stock. !
has it
ly or thick
also very. Important, for the kind and
spring of various kinds have and
) of Farming crops Ihit
: Object month. With exception<< of a few cars
(By J. Francis Cooper) progressed nicely. : of clothing worn affects the child'sdevelopment. places? By holding the ample ?

'ItI' Good, as usual! That about de- South Carolina and Georgia have The Lacrosse section planted its which were shipped from points Comfortable clothes' to the light you can often see i II;
What Is the end of it all in farming the last two weeks in January -I north of here, principally from regularities or thin
scribes the agricultural exhibits at planted most of their early Irish acreage allow room for active play and places Tbtl
I or in any other line of work,, and around Deerfleld and Boynton, the will be the !
was through by February to show
.> make the South Florida Fair, In Tampa potato crop and Florida has been growth. Attractive clothes make wear wen

anyway? It Is primarily to from February 3 to 14. The num- planting beans, cucumbers, melons 1. Harvesting of the south Flor- quality of most shipments last happier children, for dull drab, ugly the material is made up into a eat

I money? ber of county exhibits was small. and potatoes and setting tomatoesto ida acreage has started and ship- week was mostly fair to ordinary.! clothes are likely to reflect their ment.

There la more to farming thanmaking The quality of most of them was the fields. Due to the difficultyIn ments will increase during this Last Saturday R. few cars of fancy I ugliness In the child's disposition.A The cloth should be further test.

ki' j money by running: a farm. very good. securing sufficient financial month. There was some planting count in six-basket crates sold at gay, becoming dress not only ed by holding It in both hands,vnn
The primary object of better for done in January in such later sec- prices ranging at $2.75 and $3 and the thumbs close
of farm The race sweepstakes prize backing, growers intend at the makes the child feel better, but together ans
Ing and better marketing seemed to have been between Man- present time to reduce the acreageof tions as Plant City, Arcadia, Wau- one car of fine quality brought helps to develop good taste earlyin pressing downward. In a pot
make it -
products should be possible atee and Polk, with Manatee win- practically all spring crops in chula, etc.Lettuce. $3.75 on a cash track basis. A life when impressions are last- piece of material the threads wu
and his fam-
for the farmer ning first on vegetables and Polk Florida. Effects of favorable weather escarole and romaine few cars of rather ordinary qual- Ing. There may even be an econ- separate under this strain as the)
Better living
ily to live better. farm homes, first on citrus-the two prizes most for the past two weeks should are fast cleaning up and are of ity stock packed In crates sold on omy in a pretty 'dress, because would pull out in the strain of wear

. l means conveniences more attractive In these home, sought. Manatee's exhibit of show up in increased shipments of doubtful quality. Spring plantings wire orders at $2.25 for fancy children will take better care of and laundering If the material wen

more churches home-canned products took first practically all truck crops from in Alachua and Marlon counties, count. garments they like. made up in a garment.
schools better ,
better While most of the stock
for the seventh time in eight shippedlast "
prize Florida. mostly lettuce and 'some romaine, Material Which Stand Wear
better roads, better communities, week in six-bas
that help years. Manatee won second on cit- While shipments of beans from total 250 acres. Cutting will begin was packed I Everyday- domes, for school,
and many things ket crates few of sold
rus. This county's exhibit contained -1 Pomona and the lake section con- the first week in March. a cars lugs !play or work, must stand hard
p' to make life in the open countrymore at $2.25 for the six by six size and RAT-SNAP
109 varieties of vegetablesand
r tinue light they should increase Carlot shipments of strawberriesshould I wear. The material should be so
enjoyable.Too $1.75 for the six by seven size, on
312 different kinds of canned '
from this week on. Plantings on firm and durable that the children
much stress has been laid on increase this week and cash track basis.If 'I
products-Indicative of the va- the lake totaled 2.482 a will not have to be so careful of
the material side of farming and acres during next, as vines mature fruit grownIn favorable weather continues Also mice Absolutely prexentsl
riety of products grown in Flor- January, according to a report their clothes as to spoil their good
been milder weather. Starke and
too little thought has givento the quality is expected to continueto odors from carcass. One package/
basis of agriculture from that section. A few seed sections will times. Ruffles and elaborate trim-
the fact that the ida.Besides Lawtey begin picking Improve, but shipments duringthe proves this. RAT-SNAP comes In
award Polk
the citrus have been sowed in Sumter mings are out of place here.
,' is the farm home. Too won second on home canned prod- county, berries in carlots by March 10. next two weeks are expected to cakes-no mixing with other food]

many economists have reached the but there will be no appreciable The prospective yield In this sec- be rather light. Most shippers state Guaranteed.
ucts first on commercial canned
that the only way to plantings before the middle of Feb- tion is light. 35o size 1
conclusion products, second on chemically very that the movement will be rather Clermont Crow's Bakery re cakeenough for
is to place the ruary. The present plans are for While south Florida is harvest- Kitchen Cellar
farm successfully Pantry or
preserved fruit, and third on cane light until the last of February or cently started day and night shift,
+ farm on a factory basis with 2,000 acres compared with 2,400 ing a poor crop of tomatoes, other I until a part of the spring crop is while repairs are being made to 65o size 2 cakesfor Chicken

.. quantity production as the goal. syrup.Hillsborough, the home county of acres last year. Total spring sections are planting seed and setting -: ready to harvest. While the acre- !Groveland Bakery. House coops, or small building: .
We to no in his- plantings for the state are esti- plants. The Vero Beach size S cakes
point pages $1.25 -
can enough for
17 the Fair, although not in the com- dis-I age is lighter this season, ship- .
mated .
where agriculture has been as at 15,000 acres comparedwith trict has set 3,000 acres all farm and
{ tory petition, had a very creditable ex- ments may be slightly heavier, than Fort Myers New front In- out-buildings, storage

profitable as the industries. hibit of vegetables, strawberries, 20,000 in 1930 and includes 500 acres less than in 1930, while last spring providing favorable stalled at United Markets store. buildings or factory building!

There are too many factors Involved 3,000 acres In Broward county and Manatee county is a little late and weather conditions prevail duringthe Sold and guaranteed by Corpt'l1.lng's -
citrus and flowers.
'' in connection with agricul- Plnellas also had an interesting 4,000 in Palm Beach county, partof will begin setting plants to the growing and harvesting sea- Jasper-New bank may be established Drug Store The Nyal Store,

ture which are beyond the controlof which acreages have already fields this week. A substantial reduction in this city.Strawberry. Starke Fla.
exhibit of citrus, vegetables, straw-
man-weather conditions, suchas been harvested. in in Sumter and son.While
acreage for the last few
berries, sweet potatoes, Ir- I shipments
pecans Poor prices and fair of .0. ----
frosts quality ----- -- --- ---- --- --- -- -- - - ---
droughts, floods, Marlon counties is indicated at the
and weeks have been rather light total
ish potatoes, canned goods ,
i, pests, plant diseases, and the great flowers. It did not overlook one cabbage have kept the movement present time and a total of 15,000' shipments of Florida tomatoes this
difficulty of organizing agriculture. -I under normal for the acreage. acres for other sections of FloridaIs
of its chief industries, the sponge Yields have been fair to in season to date amount to 998 car- Plants of QualityIn
poor estimated for'1931
as comparedwith
business, and displayed sponges of lots or four times the 247 cars
little to the farmer, some sections. The lake sectionset '
It matters 20,000 acres last .
various sizes and shapes. shipped to this date last season. Of
d be the fininclal outlook 240 acres of cabbage In Jan-
what may Present intentions of the Florida
economic condi- Marlon, a borderline county, had uary, making a total of 640 acres this total, 813 cars have been ship- our 51 years as plant growers this Is the shortest
and the existing growers are to plant a total of 28-
tions, he must carry on. On the an exhibit which showed in addi- for the season. Central Florida 000 acres of watermelons in 1931 ped from points on the east coast crop of plants we have ever produced Its not over 39 per
and the
other hand, the industries are' tion to some citrus and vegetables, points, McIntosh and Coleman sec in comparison with 34,700 acres in remainder mostly from cent normal over the entire country. Quality of plants,

slightly affected by climatic conditions -'. a number of gerenal farm crops tions, will increase their shipmentsand 1930. Some of the acreage in the acreage around Fort Myers and the best ever-we are now making shipments Into your
the west coast.
shown Madison Everglades on
such as were by section. ,
and can close down in the better quality is. expected this Lake and Sumter counties has been .
hour of financial distress. 1 and Jefferson. These latter coun- week. planted. Missionary 1000 to 5000 $3.50 per thousand; 10-

t;. But after aU, the farm and the ties furnished the principal competition Movement__ or celery 0 continues .-.. COOPERATIVE HOG SALES 000 or over $3.25. See our agents and place order. Our

In the meat exhibit, with catalog is free for the asking.
open country offer a civilization I comparatively light but should increase -

that canot be obtained elsewhere Polk coming third. next week. Quality of POTATOES ABOUT PLANTEDIN Marianna, Fla.-Three recent co- Agents: Brownlee Bros., A. J. Thomas Ray Newiom

'; an independent life, the oppor- Madison's exhibit, put on by for- stock being cut is improving but HASTINGS SECTION operative hog sales held In Jack- and G. W. Roberts Lawtey Fla. See them and place or-

tunity to enjoy and Investigate the mer county agent and Mrs. B. E. yields are still low and sizes small. son county brought the total num- der early to make sure of wants. We will hold yuor order.

environment for Lawton, came in ahead in many of Sarasota will have ber of hogs sold cooperatively In
laws of nature, the about 100 cars Hastings, Fla.. Feb. 13.Ideal
classes for general
the development of a strong and the principal more of mid-season celery before the county this season to 3,178
weather, which has favored this
who crops. This exhibit won first on with a total weight of 567- J. A. BAUERThe
vigorous family. The man sweet the late acreage matures around section for the past two weeks, has nearly
I lives his life without having spent hay grain and forage crops, the last of April and first of May. and 000 pounds, and selling for over

some part of it in the country is potatoes, Irish potatoes, and to- Trough cucumbers In Sumter speeded up to potato planting, $40,000, according to Sam Roun- Strawberry Plant Man Judsonla, Ark. Box 21
according reports, practically
to be pitied. It Is impossible for bacco, and second on pecans. It county and at Winter Garden are treew county agent. ..... .
showed Interesting cane and 100 per cent of the acreage in the ------------------- :0I
him to understand all the joys and an well featured planted and' mostly up but there Hastings belt comprising St. Johns,
pleasures that the world offers to, syrup display, as legume has been very little planting of Flagler, Putnam and Clay counties,
Crotalarla, a summer --
mankind. which is coming into prominence in open acreage in central' Florida was in the ground by late last -
While the trough acreage Is abou week.In .
MUCH FERTILIZER Florida I the same as last year, the crop the Federal Point area, it is.
Jefferson, as was to be expected,
planted In the will be reducedIn
won first prize on Its display of open said that many of the fields are

of acreage if present plans are car showing a green cast from the topsof
total of 38,620 tons commercial pecans which consisted of 18 va- r-

q fertilizer was used in rieties. It took second tobacco, ried out. The spring acreage of the young potato plants which

Florida during the month of Jan- hay, grain and forage, and thirdon cucumbers covered and open is estimated are well above the ground. It is

at 7,500 acres comparedwith estimated that the stand In the
uary the inspection bureau of the sweet potatoes and homecanned -
state department of agriculture reported products. 11,000 acres of last year. Point is about 80 per cent. Due
Growers at Wauchula, which Is the
to the extremely cold weather and -
today. Plant City, Magdalene,
'e Polk county headed the list of Ruskin, and Indian Rocks were largest shipping point on cucum- continued heavy rains during the
bers, have had some difficulty in latter half of December and the
+ county consumption for the month. among the communities making
getting a stand and have had to replant first half of January, some
Polk used 4,687 tons. Dade county exhibits. Several farms made over growersIn

was second with 3,393 tons and 2,000 different entries in the Individual .several times.A this area were forced to do con-
few cars of peas are moving siderable replanting. The unfav-
Alachua county was third with 2.- exhibits.
a 870 tons. Other counties using The second annual honey show from the lake section where over orable weather at 'planting time

large amounts were: Broward 2- proved to be the sweetest exhibitat 1,100 acres have been planted. The caused much seed rot. .
crop is In good condition and fair
148 tons; HUlsborougli 1,404 tons, the fair with some 25 different a Reports from Flagler county are
yield Is expected. There are prob- to the effect that farmers
Lake 1,164 tons Manatee 2,112 kinds of honey on display. The

tons, marion 1,685 tons, Orange West Coast Beekeepers Association -. ably 200 acres at Center Hill, have already finished planting and
which will be picked in the next ...
in many of the fields the plants
2,079 tons, Palm Beach 1,459 tons, and eight Individuals exhibit-
and Seminole county 2,008 tons. two weeks. stand higher above the ground

ed.The United State Department of Pompano and Fort Myers con- than some of the earliest plantings

tinue to furnish the peppers from In Federal Point. It
TRAIN AND BUS SCHEDULES had several Instructive appears likely

1 Agriculture as well as interesting exhibits. Florida, but at the former point, that the firstt shipments of early ...
Jan. cold weather has held back the potatoes from the belt .11.:1Th.M.
Change of train schedules The 4-H club corn and cotton show Hastings

4th, as follows: attracted attention, particularly of movement. With better weather will go out from Flagler county.It .

Southbound No. I, 11:09: p. m., people who were not familiar with the past ten days shipments should is estimated that the total

local. cotton. The state department of show a marked increase.A acreage planted to early potatoesin

Southbound, No. 11, 11:23: a. m., Vocational Agriculture showed I preliminary checkup of the the Hastings belt this year will I

local.. acreage of Irish potatoes in Florida not exceed 18,200'acres comparedwith

'p} Southbound, No. 101, 11:00: a. m., some The interesting State Game pictures.and Fish De- shows a total of 26,300 acres for a reported acreage last year CHnrolft Fport &>.p_frmfacl of G.n.tml Motor 1
harvest In 1931 as compared with of 22,500. These
limited. and State Shell Fish figures show a
No. 191 12:04 partment 31,000 acres last year.. The Hastings decrease in for the I
Southbound : a. m., Commission portrayed the lure of acreage pres- -

f limited. woods and waters, their exhibit of Lacrosse section will have 18,200 acres. ent season of approximately 19 per 72% of all
2.800 west Florida 500 cent. Chevrolets
Ji' No. 3, 6:35: a. m. wild life being the most popular at I

Southbound No. 103, 5:10: a. m., the fair. -a t

limited. The negroes, as usual, had Inter- still in '
Northbound No. 2 4:55 lo arc ;,
cal. : a. m., esting and Instructive displays of BROWNLEE' BROS., Starke Fla. use I

their work along various lines.
x Northbound No. 12, 3:50: p. m., I'
local. Counties which had agricultural During the past 20 years the American and these benefits find even fuller
exhibits In the negro building'were G. 'W.
Northbound No. 108, 5:29: lim ROBERTS Laictey, Fla. public has purchased and finer
Jackson, Jefferson, Leon, Madison, 4,883,863Chevrolet expression in the Chevrolet

ited.Northbound Marlon, and Orange. cars. Seventy-two 'enfor Six of
No.4, 7:05: p. m., The livestock show always has per( : today;

limited. been one of the weakest points these-3.511,6il-are: still in active -
!A'' Starke & Wannee Brunch New
No. 101 leaves 7:00: a. m. about the South Florida fair. This VvlJ have a series of bookletsone service! Such a record demonstrates low: prices er

year it was weaker than ever, with
r No. 102 arrives 2:40: p. m. the soundness of Chevrolet's Roadster 8 iTS Sport Road.
with no cows and only a few hogs for'each ) ter with rumble

shown. However, the hogs on dis- crop-that policy of building the best eat, 11931 Coach or Standard Fh'e-Window
Blue Bus Schedules very car
play were good. The poultry show show Coupe, |313, Phaeton, $310r Standard
Southbound-9:37: a. m.. 11:37a. : how to in- possible for the
lie 9j you price. This
and rabbit show were Interesting.The r gt policy Coupe, S535| Sport Coupe (rumble Mat),
m., 4:07: 6:37 li40 :-
p.. m.. : p. m.,
South Florida Fair enjoysthe has $375,Convertible
brought important benefits Cabriolet,$613 Standard
? p. m.Northbound. crease your and
peculiar distinction: of being how : crop Sedan. $633 Special Sedan $650.
-4:50: a. m., 8:53: to the buyers) of low-priced Price
able to how In wide cars
products va- f.o.b.Flint.Mich.
I a. m., 1:53: p. m., 4:23 p. m., 8:23: riety from citrus and vegetablesto your profits. Sent Speclaleguipmentexera.NEW .

p.m. general Held all produced -
4 Tickets and information atSmith' crops free
,upon request-or come
In this state--a distinction
v Service Station next to SIX
which few other fairs in the coun- in
courthouse. and
try can claim. As a general thing, get your copies. It .71Ift firvat
the exhibits this labeled
Cloning. of Mull year pays to know fertilizers. Facts
well, which added to their usefulness -
from an educational standpoint -
Train No. 12, 3:30: p. m. prove Bradley's pay more prof.

-Train. No. 4, 6:40: p. m. .

t South Killing the S Uooite it for every dollar invested. See Your Dealer. Belowi

Train No 11, 11:00: a. m. I

Train No. 1. 6:40: p. m. A man had been visiting a widow I

Starke A Wanneo every evening.

-Mall closes 7:00: a. m. "Why don't you marry her r" Yftir .. --.. BRADLEY'S I I Torode Chevrolet

S Mail arrives 2:40: p. m. asked a friend. "" 41i,, .. Co. Starke Fla.

The man looked a little worried. s-mg. I .. ,

kw No Sunday service. "I've often thought about it.;. he
4. No. 12 last train for registers. said, "but where would I spend my ALSO D&AURS IN CHCVKOLKT SIX-CYUNDCR

I N. Train 12 best air mail connections. evenings?"Tld-BiU. I rsuc re. WM TO....'... ... Fltat.MMAap?


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--, PAOR EVEN: :

'! and to -- --.-.- j
fellowship with Christ and PRESBYTERIANServices r -

1Ttsac e C his teachings thorns; the they good become ground strangling Is And the Worst is Yet t to Come- Saturday Mrs. T. P. Ward and children of j 1

composed of those hearts and Sunday February 22. as Wildwood were visiting friends and f
follows !
1 minds which hear think on and accept relatives here last Sunday. ; '
10 a. m. Sunday School J. M. ,
the word and then followGod's '-', =---
Truby supt, C. N. Christy Mr. S. M. Mott was transacting \
I ill Ind- ., at. U. ,. EI ,G.-,.... llt-IOS.' teachings studying and doing supt. acting business in Jacksonville last Mon.
his work and obeying his com- '
' All religious mands as best 11 a. m. Morning worship ser- day.Mr.
teaching doctrine they can.
hPaaiArhsnfJPnuli; or r Millard Vaughn of .
creed, if they are to have any claim This parable represents the results mon by the pastor Kingsley '
I the love. loyalty devotion of the people, must be in harmony with of good and bad in 6:30: p. m. Christian Endeavor Lake spent the week-end here with .
of Jeaus the Christ farming l., Mr. Purvis
whose words fit into every fold and crevice I topic. "Every Christian a Missionary Hazen. ',
.human heart, and of whom it was Mid in things which sustain physical Misses I
: John 7.6."MEYER MAN ." Leader Miss Edna Stana- Stella Mae and Florence '
life. But the \ 1'-' '
LIKE development of
-" RE bury. Cs! II iW, Ward of Wildwood. are spendingaomogtlme {1.1. i
our moral and spiritual lives I ,
nulhlil ely, WEEKLY SERMONETTE woman of good character and not more Important. Agricultural 7:30 p. m. Evening worship song S : I I here with friends and \ f j

. the one who bathed Jesus feet atSimon's clubs teach young people how to and sermon. v.. I I relatives ., ;

Laying Up Riches feast. These women are grow corn and other and Prayer meeting Wednesday at 1 I Elder E. N. Anderson filled his ", I

DI Itl''I atthew 6:19: 2, 21. Jesus said: supposed to have possessed wealth other clubs and societies crops aid; boys 7:30 p. m. Law: 1,,_. regular appointment at Union I ;

not up for yourselves treas- which they used to support Jesus and girls to A cordial Invitation to all our church near Starke Sunday.
y grow great characters S "
lei( i upon earth where moth andt and his disciples on their journey. but others destroy character and, services extended to all =(- c-L 7t Mr. Wilmer Thomas of Gainesville ..,

hitar.. doth corrupt and where Jesus elevated womanhood, and hinder moral und spiritual growth. -I Is' was visiting friends here Sun
; day. '
break through and steal: wherever Christianity '
eves prevails Which clubs do you favor?
But lay up for yourselves women are respected and appre- t ,I tJ Mr. and Mrs. M. F. Hazen of
esl'ih Hawthorn visited their parents, Mr.
In heaven where neither ciated.
' aaures DAILY BIBLE HEADINGS school at 10 a. m. Our ..-. and Mrs K. M. Hazen and Mrs. J.
rust doth corrupt and eN -1" i
IIICoor th nor "And when much people were new orchestra is much appreciated. __% C !It< C.-Cone here Sunday. '
ere theives do not break thru gathered together * he spake bya February 20 1931 Everyone come earlier and have L..I1 1_ S Mr. and Mrs. E. T. Stewart of /.

ails steal. 21. For where your treas- parable : Perfect some extra music. Mr. A. J. t lt= .1 .. Alachua, visited the tatter's sister 1 t',
1s there will your heart be A Guidance Trust in the y. _
sower went out to his
hneat) sow Lord with all thine Thomas was appointed superintendent l Mrs. F. P. Lewis here last Sunday. "
o. seed: and some fell by the ; learn J ( 4t
for the
not unto thine year. Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Clemons attended -
jl-uke, 12:15.: Jesus said unto side; and it was trodden down and own understanding.In at 11 and 7:30 ;
elf Worship a. m : p. church at Hcllbronn last 'I
m. Take heed and beware of the fowls of the air devoured it. thy ways acknowledge him, m. Morning subject "Social Prin- IJL Sunday 4
'etouuness: for a man's life con- And some fell rock and and he shall! direct thy paths. t
upon ; ciples of the Teaching of Jesus. Mr. John Plnholster of Tampa,
teth not In the abundance of the as soon as It was sprung up it Prov. 3:5: 6. B. Y. P. U. at 6:30: p. m. I Is spending some time here with I i I

p age which he possesseth. withered away because it lacked Prayer Lord may we hear Subject: "Today in Home Mis- It I\-\ his mother Mrs. Annie Plnholster.

Prayer: It Is not by might nor moisture. And some fell among Thee calling "Follow Me," and slona" Group II Mitble Silcox In _iL :=:1C -- - .| :

- power but by my Spirit salth thorns; and the thorns sprang up may we have grace to respond to charge Gussie Mae Bennett presl- 1'ft ".
Thy call.
Lord of Hosts. with it and choked it. And other den.

nil What, is promised when we ask fell on good ground, and sprang up What Is God, and how should we Wednesday 7:30: p. m. Mid-week KILLS RATS i j

19r k and knock Answer read-' and bare fruit a hundred fold. And ; 4.24.worship him? Answer read-John service

In Itt 71. he * cried He that hath ears to' -. ,.. '

''od.for. hear let him hear." February 21, 1931 lint! mire-that'll HAT-SNAP, tILe t
This was the beginning of Jesus'teachings
old rclluhlo
rudest dmtroyrr. i
I by parable which is a The Supreme Ruler-Exalt ye
('omen In
SUNDAY SCHOOL The ministers of the city met -. cokes-no mixing with .j j ,
the Lord
\ story from actual life told to represent our God and worship at w other .
LESSON fon.l.'our bark If It
'en I or present, a spiritual his footstool; for he Is holy.-Psa. last Friday morning at the Pres- Ih ... ,...... full*, money t.$i i8."Io
'10 99:5.: : and discussed Im ,
truth. Can you tell why Jesus thus byterian manse .. : situ! I cake enough forPantry <
taught in parables? Prayer-Help us to proclaim portant matters relative to reug- '{
FOB FEBKITAUY 22 1931 His companions the apostles, did Thee Lord and Master in action as lou and welfare work In our community retary, J. M. Brownlee; Treasurer church. or
lAo! sirs 2 rake
for Chicken i
not and well as In words. Mr. Geo. F. Tibbitts of II. L. lirownlee. A f
understand asked, "What social was held once quarter, '
llmmo, (" 'I'*, or ,Hin.ill biilldlngH :'t I
' Subject: Jesus Bearing the Good might this parable be?" "And he What is promised when we ask Camp-of-the-Palms was present Reports were read from different at which time ono of the circles !.'.2.\' airs! 5 cakes enough for ? I

ings. I said Unto you it is given to. know seek and knock? Answer read-- and outlined a plan he had In view departments of the church, after was hostess to the entire membership ,,- all farm and Clut-IIIIII
Golden Text: "He went through- the mlsteries of the kingdom of Matt. 7:7.: for giving Starke a week of Bible which the roll was called. of the W. M. S. Had l one study lUilIng*, or factory building / j

t every city and village preachand God: but to others In parables; February 22, 1931 meetings, he to lecture every evening Hev. L,. W. Klckllter gave a very course during the year five women Hold and OiniriintniHl. hy <'orl"i

; showing the glad tidings that seeing they might not see, and and furnish additional talent interesting address on the "His taking examination on book studied I III'K Drug Store, The Nyal "Store, ''l {;,

the kingdom of God." Luke 8:1.: hearing they might not understand.Now Refuge Strength Help-God is necessary. While the pastors were tory of the Starke Church." Special and l receiving awards for same Slur,', "'111. 1

Lesson Text: Luke 8115.: : the parable is this: The seedis our refuge and strength a very unanimous in their.hellt'f that this music by the choir was enjoyed Did definite personal service as follows i,

Time and Place of Lesson: Au- the word of God. Those by the present help in trouble.-Psalm was a fine opportunity the by those present. The social : Visits in Interest of S. 8. and

mn of 28, near the Sea of Gali- way side are those that hear; then 48:1.: I churches of the town and for the committee of the W. M. U. served! church 76; visits to the dick and C.l.KHK'4 Hrroiir ,f '

e. I cometh the devil and taketh away Prayer--Father, our confluence quickening of Interest in vital re- refreshments at the close of a delightful shutlna, 312; strangers, 21 I ; to I Hepart of the-Clark of circuit I'
five and sixeke : the word out of their hearts lest Hglpn in our community it was evening hospitals 30 to needy 25: first aid Court ,
III chapters four Is In Thee. In no other directioncan ; ; i 'In And for IliHiirord Co,.nly. [i\ .
tells of the ,and should believe and be saved. considered best not to accept the kits to the needy ((1; books Florida, nil m-ronnl nf 'j'".... HKHAI.II'i' t,
: temptation I they we look for help. Aniiuul Report of .SturUo W. M. S. baskets I; ..u fur the y'...ui IU2I). .?
aching of Jesus and his teach- They on the rbck are they which Who shall inherit the earth? An- generous offer of Mr. Tlbbitts because With a membership of about 73, magazines distributed<< 302; I'. A. Knlwht! tnoltixtnr.. (
I of so many plays, entertain- of fiMMl to 77 to Him i It*. I'-lii,, HVI,, i III.H: j{ ,
receive the word needy,
g the people; performing mira- when they hear swer read -Psalm 37:11. we have about 40 active members ; trays I Ctiuiilf I'riipvr \ .
'9 and selecting his twelve apos- with joy; and these have no root ments and social functions already engaged In some phase of the sick, 118; flowers or bouquets, 281; To tOIl I. duo hin I I.. 111.11 1I,4AO* .jf* 1

'8 and the sermon on the Beatl- which for a while believe and in February 23, 1931 planned and which would Interfere church work. We held 12 business garments given to needy, 214 : I Tu I'y:: Iml nmuinit, due Jnn.culliu 81 tc'il l, .I'I'll!! : 10X6110"U',: "t J"' '}"

.des Chapter seven tells how time of temptation fall away. And, with the attendance It is to be and program meetings last year hours nursing the nick, 231; 01lt- I l''lnr' .''...t..
Source of True Help--My help greatly regretted that the spiritual '1'.. Iml, due. .1..". I, I lull: |I."R f
for the 18
Ings cash! for
us Healed the Centurion's ser- that which fell among thorns are with an average attendance of 20. poor ; gifts Hy Hinoiiiit, I' '
cometh from the Lord which made 2-< :4 ,,
4nt taught and healed before the they which when they have heard heaven and earth.-Psalm 1212. haft to give way to the secular but I'ledged $10000 to the cooperative .1 personal service, $11. O; three To Lai' ilun Jnn. 61. 1:1.11: : x.iUo I l i' F
there seems no help for it. It was boxes sent to girl at chlIdrt'n'sl fi.itiilr Iliinil nml Melds. f| 1
of John the and and choked with the
triples Baptist go forth are program for mlnHtons and met the r I
Prayer-Help us, Father to look .Iinlewwv
I ,leaded the banquet at the phari- cares and riches and pleasures of decided to hold union services during pledge in full. Our W. M. S. Is divided home, valued at $36; two gifts to Tn; lull. dux Jim. I, 111,11"; II,102.YA! Y 1 .
unto Thee the Maker of heaven : : ,
II Passion Week the week preceding Hv HIM.Hint, ;collcrted; ((134:4I> I,
Margaret Fund student, valued at
the "woman- and fruit to
i'j where this
life bring no Into
house perfection three circles with three
'I'u lull hilt' "
II I and earth for help. In every cir- Raster. The schedule for line JUII. 31 10.Hft8.a7Ciiunlr 0 ,,
lich was a sinner" washed and ./ But that on the good : earnest consecrated leaders. Circle $3.25, and other objects amounting llullilln* 1
cumstance of life.
the will be announcedlater. Tn lull, due t Y,
meetings Jim I I.IIIda
:Minted his feet. ground are they which in an hon I No. 1, with Mrs. J. M. Urownlce to $16163.Our '
I How may we get wisdom? An- Hy iinu'iiiit' folliM-K'il f>a IH ;j ;
today's lesson begins "And it4Oe est and good heart having heard l- Jas. 1:15. I leader, was responsible for the up- W. M. S. stands. ready nt all '1'" bill. ..1"" .Ian ill, 111.11 IHir 01 ,.J
swer rea< :
Geo. H. Sec. .....
I to pass afterward that he the word keep it, and bring forthfruit I Lowry ----t'Irnan -".f the'ltim.. ....... Circle .'Mn. '>. times to cooperate with our pastor '1'" lull( duo.Ir,'litn'h."II..1 I, lli.ll 19.i40.41 1 u t

throughout\ every city and _____ with..____ patience..'* I, February 2>, 1931: with Mrs. A. M. Darby lender was In his great work. liy uiiiniinl rulli>i.iiil| I.OH.111 ,*\

lap, preaching and showing the The sewer was and is one who __God is Gracious--Thou art a God FIRST BU'TIST CKl'ltC'II renpon.tlble for the care of the In- Respectfully submitted, Tu bill duo .Inn. ai, IMI l'ullTn IN.IIII 71f'4itinlr 1 ,

Ii f tidings of the kingdom of teaches the word of God; the seedIs ready to pardon, gracious and merciful side of the church, and Circle No Mrs O. I". Raymond Pres. ....1. den .llIn l I I. Hill: 4M 1 0'1>

4: and the twelve were with the word; the soil or earth is slow to anger and of great The annual roll call of the church 3, with Mrs G. W. Alderman leader Mrs W. J. Kpperson Secy. To Hv .Iml iiinonnt. duo,, Jnn rollucUiil. HI, (nil illlil.OO(It.00' (*

m. the mind of the people who hear; kindness. Nehemiah 9:17.: was held Wednesday night, Feb. 11. was responsible for the care and The report of Mrs.1 II. L. Brown- Tolnl Hult-MrhiMil-llriculur ,
The small of Galilee side soil is the mind har- beautification lee an Treasurer of W. M. 8. shows Tn Iml. due Jun. I I. 111,11 17,74401 I '.
country was the way Prayer Help us Lord to exer- Officers for the year were appointed of the church Hy iiinonnt, collected. 1141104" S S5.bshoal I'
""ry populous having two hun- dened by cares pleasures and neg- vise these qualities toward our fellow as follows: grounds. Our society clothes one amount raided for missions by the '1'" Iml. dne.lnn. 01, I 113111,907.91' ,

red cities and villages. Visiting lect of the appeal of Christ or his men: Active deacons: L. G. Powell, G. little girl In our home at Arcadia, society $203.21. This exceeds the lull. d Illw .Js ii. I I. lull llnndrilTw : llnr.)4l! :/

ld 1 teaching In these places wouldke agencies; the rock or rocky ground How may we become wise? Answer W. Alderman J. M. Brownlee, J. and contributes to our Margaret amount apportioned for last year. Hy iiniunnt. colluded. Htl3.D'!l ,

much time and work. "And is the unstable emotional mind read-I Kings 3:9.: F. Kickliter V. li. Wheeler. Fund In Tuakegeo Ala. .----- Tu lull duo A..h' Jim. ill tn.1l H.TM.II, p

lain women which had been quick to hear and quick to forget Trustees: II. L. Brownlee, W. J. We foster three Auxiliaries: The To Iml dun Jim. I. lli.ll 1\7,17 'J ,

'flied of evil spirits and Infirmaes which grows tired of discipline and February 20 1931 Epperson L. G. Powell Ray New- Intermediate G. Asthe Junior U. Tu Hy bill doe ,i-nllvrtwil Jim 31, I'KH. Vlltt.oi 62 (It ':

Mary called Magdalene out of the apparent drudgery of Christianity Perfect Peace Thou wilt keep som, Mrs. G. C. White Mrs. II. L. A.s with Hunnle Canova counselor ItROOKEKan %* hli w'. Fuiiil. aS

>horn went Susanna and many The thorny grounds are him in perfect peace, whose mindIs Brownlee, Mrs. W. J. Epperson. and Sunbeam Band with Martha "" I'rnrl Unlner Ci... I 'Hv 1'" Hlnonnt 10.,... ,due ciillifc'luil Jnn.. I, li.ll. In717)R2.04 )

'.hers. which ministered unto him those who hear and accept the stayed on thee: because he trust- Church Treasurer: J. F. Kick- Qrownlee, leader We observed the To' Iml dun .Inn. HI, D.1I !l"i:! I'lllloiKl !

''f t I their substance. word willingly but who are en- eth in threc.-.Iaalah 26:3.: liter "Week of Prayer" for Home Vor- Memirs. II. ]1' Gulney, Jim Molt\ ;Jt llrlilK Ing: tntrrr Fund end I Kink .f

The first woman named was tangled wtlh riches, business and Prayer-Father, give us sweet Church Clerk: Mrs. G. P. Ray- I elgn, and State Missions" with appropriate and O. J. Molt were transacting Tn Iml.. In* Jim. I. I'M' :'! fiDil!)l2.T .

'I ary Magdalene from the city of social pleasures which crowd out repose in Thee. May love Joy mond. programs and special of business In JackHonvlllo last Fri 'J'Hy" hal iimnnnt due .Inn11 rnllxrreil I. 11)11) I 4!1,3117S,nint J y I

'agcJala on the west side of the the word of God. Riches, business gentleness and goodness bear Pianist: Miss Ethel Griffin. TerlngB. Served refreshments at all U. W. AMJKIIMAN. Clerk. ,

-ake of Galilee. While Jesus had and pleasure have their place in Flower and fruit in our lives. Choir Leader: John Powell. I business meetings of the church day.Mrs.. A. F. Rnulemon and<... (.- i

1h 1 wt out seven ,demons from her life but when they destroy the How should we pray? Answer Officers for Sunday School: Superintendent and<< at one associational mlnlstc-a: Lola Gulney were transacting bunl- } "

he Is supposed to have been a desire or ability to worship God read-Mark 11 ::2.1. I A. JJ Thomas; Sec- meeting which was held at our nests In Starka and I Gainesville last 0'1'II'I'J oh' al.ic'nsoV: ; ;:{ '

--- sty the pow-----l.d In 'h... the I
JI..I';. n.c"-).i.i.II'-- Instruction;; ; ; of
I DOROTHY DARN1TVE By f'utinty h..r.Jy ,
McManus ,..11.I nn vlKclliin, ti> lit held l l on I
March: J. 1U51 at Itlnlnw! SrhaolMOIIHO .
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In ripirlnl 1 Tax School
> DECIDED TO co OH': YOU'RE I HAVE A LETTER op No CooDRECOMMENDATION '....1 rid Nnmlivr 16 of Tlrnil f iir JCniinly
To WORK- So I CAME A MODEST ME MAY KNOW 00 WE WA.NT.'L- ? F'lurlilil, to rtrl..rrnlnwhrihfr .
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W-1- YoU ON SUN or nut wn Mhitll raculvit Kel
TO YOU TO CIN/E ''oUNCMAN FROM A MINISTER VJE DAYS ..::J RE COMMENDATION I- ly Spuclul Tux Dlntrlct Nn. II, to noconHolhlatml
FIRST with u*, In alert l thrlruMtnN .
1'oU 'AREN'TCHANCE ON SOMEONE WHO nntl dAtnrinlnii tli,. amount
{otj? SUNDAY5); KNow/s YOU THE, rr in.11"1 1 ,... to IIH iinmtminU niculnntal.l .
SECURE I r Dtr e7iXTHE c'oliHolliliitiiit "llMlrlct.I'Vir 1
TO yila t
.f I rd OTHE.f1. Ih.. purpose. of holillnv fntl'l
MV ( election l the following are itupolnttil -
. ), K nn innnnfr..r>: II M McltHn, Uon* :
SERVICES ), \ n. Crawford und If If. r.wl.
I" ) 11. D. MAT
Chairman.: .
A. J. orilFFia' ,
ancretury j l-30-6t-3-7

1 NO"'I11 01' 1..10'1; 4t
Dy the power vestlsl In them the
Heard nf I'ublln Instruction nf I rad-
ford County "Florida. hereby call
tin election to hll held on Mnrch, I.
1U.11, at the Kelly Hi-hnnl< honia I.l
Hnaclnl' Tax school Dlntrlct No. I.
1 Bradford County Florhln.. for the
..url'| o.. of deterinlnlnic whrthur or
3 not thin ill.rrlc-t shall conmill.lala
I r rI with ItlMfnir' Special. Tax U".t.lrt l No. I
143, llrndronl County, "'Inrldltn ,
elect thru truiitee. and determine. )
'''--'. . the amount of minima to h. a..u-

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NI1"EMAIN For the pnrpoee of boltllng e Melection

1 THING ON MAIN STREET" By L. F. Van Zelm ae rnanaiterii the fullowln: Hrlll Alvare urn appoint"t J. U." J!A

Underhlll M. M. Oliver. '
It. I,. SCAT {

MY PITCHED IN BONG fOUa FHOt 3 MAIN ST Secretary l-30-Bt-J-IT ,

MAIN mEET JUST FEKZ FuN. QUL..S- Beaat7 1.a velu UP SERE / NO-IUM or fH''alln SALtS or


OC H M' ELVE& anti' KETUSN KttTAGE.! -
Thirty' day after date hereof, cc
BUZZ TO SEND SELL -You JUDGES WILL SELECT 5 TOUNdFBOM LADIES to-wit: the Jn.l day of March lilt.

I R1t'iy81C ATlANTfC- MIGHT wui- PI40TOSWI10 WILL APPEAR BEFORE) I the Andere undemlirned, Thelnia guardian Andere.for Melba Leroy -

CI PAGEANT YOU NEVGfb THEM IN PERSON. 120M! TESG 5 .. I WONDER COULD HECK/ HV GIRL Barber Shop Andere, J. /. Andera, Jr. anil Itutha, j

KIN TELL WILL ee SELECTED-MISS .MAN" TCEET. RLLAS COMPETE COULD WIN TPUT.BLir Anilere Andara minor, deceased hire of, will Ada apply Joaephlna .

I "MI' NO/tPAP(2 K To 'Too ? QHE'3 lot MOCCSF to the Honorable A Gardiner. ,
IltlECT THE DAILY BUZZ HAS fiEMEa IK MOW' BEAUTiFUL i Florida, For an order to cell j
6/21 CtI HAW $ 29. To two WIMN6 1. l at private aala all the right title
SEND t VTW WHICH TO BLTf COSTUMES 15 BEJOCH I and Intereal of aalii mlnora 'In an I
b kEREXPENSES WolD) AT TiuE BIG NATIONAL BEAUTY 1 SILEHC.EDI10n to wit the: following described landa, to- t
ATUrrric cnv TO Q
E E CONTEST AT ATlANTIC ClTV 0vgv I Four acre In Hontheaet quarter nf I
NATIONAL BEAUTY Two wularM Houtheaet quarter of Section at Twa.
COt1TKt TO CoMP ,S Ar Ytea I S South, n..... 13 Emit bounded 1,
'b BE HEO TKCt.Aa + IT COW: WOTHIHQ p4 5'44EAVEPOi = North by Flel.Ii Place Waat by Ian4of i
lIU'io &3MS FAIL GOOD LOC<.S WILL wN f Ti+'AKES! a J. N. Jonea, gout{h br railroad.. i,
"fl '.3 and Eael by a atreat ,In Htarke. vend
dE MAN STBEtT": V/lLL. land. lylnaand being Bradford J
ACCUIMED" M iOtl5 ..1 / county Florida.
Thla 10th day of January Itlt.
W4DEM. r n. J. DA via.
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A t .- '_ ',iJ n -f almost negligible, when the price' How .much yer"'chairs an' tables I ation problem baa to do with a better Now Is .The Arorplod
I ,l
Bradford County TelegraphEstablished Is considered, but the Investor cost, how great yer luxury; distribution of money already (Apopka Chlet i lhne

I From Other Pens thinks of his annual outlay. Th 1 It ain't home t' ye, though it be being received and not with addi- The Tampa Tribune the

1877 next legislature do something the palace of a king day published an "
''.-I,.... ..-..-II..II., .. .-.- .> about the 'matter.-Lakeland Ledger Until somehow yer soul Is sort o' tional sources of revenue. Additional tonal that ought to hIlpresslVO b,. B?

Published Weekly on Fridays and Entered as Second Class Starke Telegraph wonders If the wrapped 'round everything. revenue which can be received throughout the nation it hr,,adcsr,

--- o- from personal property or business In a few terse set torn
:Matter at the Post Office at Starke, FloridaE. small counties won't get a few ? sentences the ,
A man who, had slandered his I Home ain't a place that gold can !!! will be needed to relieve real sons why there has never' !'
S. Matthews _._ --- un__ Owner and Publisher breaks from the next legislature.Yes neighbor was sentenced to take a buy or get up in a minute; estate never will be a better been*,,
but a dual of the difficulty
few "breaks. great -
get a time
J, C. Robinson __ _ __ _.____________ Managing EditorSunsctulTION Times-Union.they may bag of chicken feathers and drop Afore it's home there's got t' be in now to buy or build a home nil?
one in each.:yard; then when he a heap o' llvin' in it; connection with the bond- state It pointed out that

D came back ,to be..forgiven for his Within the walls ther's got t' be ed debts of the counties could be Ida home, bought or bum( the Fl;
HATE Florida's weather should
It man Starke error he was i told he could not be some babies born, and then met by a more equitable distribu- be free of future pubh t h'Jnded now .
have his reduced. '
75c-Payable in Advance salary forgiven until be, had gone aroundto Right there ye've got t' bring 'em debtedness Ie
Six Months because tile
Yearly, $1,50; : Telegraph. Yes, it's mighty easy tion of the two cent gas tax. In
each yard again and picked up up t' women good, and men; amendment to the nt
Advertising Kales on Application to predict "rain."-New Port the past fiscal constitution
each feather; protested this was And gradjerly, as time goes on, ye year approximately make it practically

4 Richey Press. impossible, .for ,the feathers had find ye wouldn't part four and a half million dollars was any local bond issue impossible to be I fo
t --oMen been scattered to the four winds With anything they ever used- collected and sent back to coun- unless there is vote

C C' Don't croak-Jaugh cannot see what keep women of heaven. 89 with gossip-the they've grown Into yer heart; ties on the basis of its collection, ment for It, and overwhelming a state sent]

I ,'' -.--ph from freezing, and that is as it 1, words may the lightly thrown out, The old high-chairs, the playthings, or, in other words, according to the is continually prohibited bond IIIIIQo
,' Should be remarks Editor Robinson The
: ,( bad outlaws and they may do fearful harm, but too, the little shoes they wore amount of gasoline sold in the bune adds: Tn.
Inlaws not quite as as Tele-
are of the Bradford County
h once spoke they cannot be gath- Ye hoard; an' if ye could ye'd keep counties. Under this plan, seven "It is resonable certain
.-0 graph. True-but not always so ered up again. One is seldom sorry the thumb-marks on the door. counties received almost $2,000,000 taxes are to be reduced In tla-
-Lake Worth Leader. Florid
for what he doesn't say-Madison of the total collections, whereasthe State and local
dollar. -because
lending to a the
prefer an
Some people ----e-
r County (Va) Herald.o Ye've got t' weep t' make it home, other 60 received only an average lature'and the iegj
Editor J. C. Robinson of the bodies
b 0 - - ye've got t' sit an' sigh of little more than $44,000 counties and cities <<
Starke Telegraph says a bacheloris Tribune has.. sum- An' watch beside loved bed each. Igno
The Tampa a one's the demand of
I Al House doesn't want to serve even seven years of his a man who smokes his pipe In the people thai
conciselyIn an' know that Death is These 60 counties
med the tax problem up night; comprising a expenses be drastically reduced
find it.
peace-when he Is able to
70-year sentence. the following two sentences: An' In the stillness o' the night t' vast majority of the map of Flor- that defects in the present &Do
The best definition yet; up taxatln
0 head Hobby.-Gainesville Dally "The greatest possible reduction see Death's angel come, ida, contributed more than did the system to be cured, to the end thi,,
of expenses will, not be sufficientto An' close the eyes o' her that smil seven larger counties to the present real estate, will bear no
The big cannon at the South Florida Fair was not related Sun. meet the'etate's financial dif ed, an' leave her sweet voice most complete system of Florida its just share."Property more thai

to Bishop Cannon. Perhaps the small--counties will ficulties.. ::j.That, being ,the case, twill ''dumb. highways. They are not'being as- can be bought cheap
.be necessary to either put on Fer these are scenes that grip the sisted in paying for these roads' on now than at any time it will !
get a few "breaks" from the next eve
o the tax books the vast amountof heart, an' when yer tears are the basis of their contribution to be. bought in future.
the legislature. Bradford County not 'now being.taxed.. dried, this, but according to the amount
There are all kinds of clubs but Delray Beach has Telegraph. Something should get property; "Florida's resources are as abut
or to impose some new form of Ye find the home ia dearer thanit of gasoline they sell. The plan on dant as they ever ,
bidangab club.Conversation "breaks" for some of them before were and \tht
only taxation." And it might be said was, an' sanctified;; its face is unequal and unfair state as attractive and desirable
counties broke ,
larger helping t
I o them.-Delray Beach go Hammer, In addition 'that putting on the 'tax An' tuggin' at ye always are the From a commercial standpoint, ev- It ever was for residence and bus
books "the'vast amount of prop pleasant memories eryone knows that these larger ness.

never lags in a gathering where one or more There Is-some o-consolation for erty not rjpw paying\ Its propor- 0' her that was an' is no more- counties are dependent upon the "Florida as shown by the ceo

m has had an operation some students over zero being the tionate share of taxes would be ye can't.escape from these. smaller ones, not only as connectIng sus figures, is growing faster thai
the simpler, fairer method of ap- links in the transportation
o lowest possible mark they can receive. sys- any state in the union except Call
Starke At that proach.-ocala Star. Ye've got t' sing an' dance ter tem which brings business to their fornla;' and this in itself
Telegraph. prove*
The University City treated members of the Fourth Es- some of them don't earn more than -----o- years, ye've got t' romp and play,, doors, but also as trade territor- |I that population seeks the beat climate
Not So Bad An' learn t' love the things es. It is more than unfortunatethat '
' time. ye and,
tate to a royal good zero-minua. New Port Richey preferably, the semitropical !
Press N (Lake City Gazette.) have by usln' 'em each day;; the present legal status in regions-and where pops

o -o- A British law of 1776 reads as Even the roses 'round the porch Florida does not permit distribu- lation goes, capital and industry!)

I; Women their follows: "Women, of whatever age, must blossom year by year tion of the two cent gas tax on a
worry over permanent waves ; men over With the letting of the contractfor ;
rank, professionor degree, whether' Afore they "come a part o' ye, fair basis, or at least that the law go."The outlook for Florida's future
hard Florahome-
( their permanent bald spot Palatka stretch surfacing and the grading of maids 'widows", that, shall, duggestin' someone dear was so Interpreted. Right Is right is more encouraging than II I!

F 0 the San Mateo-Bunnell the from and after such' Act, Impose Who used t' love 'em long ago, an' regardless of law, and if the law was before the boom period--be
gap upon and betray"1nto matrimony, trained 'em Jes' t' run will not permit right, then the law
have learned
cause we the
state road No. ;
Fifth annual "Know Florida Week" opens Monday. Then early completion pt HlarJMaJeBtyV subjects, by The do BO'S would should .
28-one of the ''most Important apy of way they they be changed. So, it Is hoped of the boom and we'll not haw
know your neighbor and your county, highways in all Florida-Is assur use of 'scents,, paints, cosmetic get the early mornin sun; that the legislature when it meets another one. of Its kind, but a safe

ed.-Palatka Times-Herald. washes, rtlflclal- teeth' false hair, Ye've got t' love I each brick an' will not only deal with the neces- steady and substantial growth to

t o iron stays,, hooks, high-heeled atone from cellar up t' dome; sity for new revenue with whichto the greatness which our locatlot

Fishermen and married women have something in com- Inverness--e-Chronicle editor may shoes, bolstered hips, shall incur It takes a heap o';llvin' in a houset' relieve real estate, but that it and resources assure ua.

mon. Both can tell how the best ones got away. be listed among the missing short- the penalty of the law In fdrce make it home. will also deal with the present distribution "The period of bank failures and

ly,' following his statement that against witchcraft and like mis- Edgar Guest. of moneys received under commercial crashes has passed Ii
o demeanors, and that the marriage, -o- the
present system.
blonde Is an obsolete word for Florida, while it has only recently
upon conviction,. shall stand null What To Do When You're Down : Aside from the fact that the
We have found out why some people cannot accomplish light-headed brunettes. Starke I struck other states. Florida Is two
didn't and void. And Out greater portion of the state is un- years ahead of the rest of the
anything. They are tired out from doing nothing. Telegraph. Why he Just say bad law at that :'
not such a
It was treated In
11 that some blondes are obsolete bru- (Perry Herald.) fairly the county gas tax country In this and other respecU
r ----e nettes?Clermont Press.o time, whatever one may think of Down at Winter Park they pub- distribution another fact remains, ,"Living is cheap In Florida, ant

it today. lish a monthly magazine that Is which is that the cities are receiving will become cheaper as we solve
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Pedestrians have the law both sides of them but _
c may on We heard a republican up at the 0- called Beautiful Florida. It Is always no aid at all. This should also our production, industrial, financial
,an auto will meet him head on or sneak up behind him. drug store the other morning aska :' "Let's see," mused our farm eco- good in text and replete with be dealt with, for a great part of and taxation problems

democrat why the three Hebrew nomist, "wasn't the government fine Florida pictures. Sometimesit the total bonded debt lies in munic "Living in Florida means a better

o children were not consumed when terribly interested a few years ago I says things that are worth re- ipalities.. ,To say that it is not the combination of health, climate,,

Miami man wants to solve the state taxation question bya they were cast into the fiery.fur -many years ago, we believe -.. peating and the current issue Is a state's obligation to do Its part to- ,conditions, prospects, than any-

dog tatx, and incidentally wants to appointed as master nace. The democrat scratched his In farm relief Oh, yes,-sure- I gem in this respect.It wards helping cities would be to w here else In the count ry.
there used to be a great political for hard times deny, that the cities ; ;;
' pate a moment and replied, "Be- gives a receipt are a part of "There Isn't cloud on Florlda'i
i' of hounds.As cause the republicans were in power party called"Farmers' Alliance. that, is at least worth reading. this great state. future.

t o and the furnace was shut down." But afterwards the only reliancethe When you feel blue and down at To prove the dire necessity for "At no future time will you tx<
-Perry Herald. farmers could: depend upon was the heel. When the last dollar is some assistance to the cities the able to become an actual stock,

a matter of news, the government pays for funeral i -o-- the democratic'"party., And then spent, the tax collector is pound- following concrete examples of the holder In Florida's matchless assets

expenses of congressman and counties pay for funerals of Civic organizations of the countyare the government started and all this the ing at your door, the doctor wants debt requirements for some of the its Incomparable resource

paupers. due Road Commissioner Bill Farm Bureau business, his bill paid, banks have failed, cities now in default and which its certain progress and prosperity

Shands of Gainesville a vote of appreciation farmers have been getting worse pocket books are flat, the Insur- have been either sued or manclam- ;\< with as small an Investment
0 for services rendered. and worse, all because every" added ance Is over-due and the pantry Is used by bondholders are submitted: ] as you can NOW.

''h Gainesville Evening: News is wondering if the 18-months Starke Telegraph. Levy countytoo governmental expense has H'm been! empty; and you have' just about Lake Worth-Total debt approx- "You can buy now at the low

r& sentence given a man for having four wives is a sentence or can thank Bill Shands for be- I charged recall a up dozen to the old producer.timers, who If made up your mind to take to the imately $5,664,000. The annual Interest prices Intervening between the deflation

'' ing on the Job all the time. He told lake: charge at six, per cent is of boom prices and the
a vacation. still live, could say: "I
they "Plant a little garden and live 338640.
is a good member of the road steady rising movement already
But if wee criticize, we
? di o board.-Levy County Journal. Ala- you so. on fresh strawberries-get a brindle Sarasota-Total debt approxi- becoming manifest because of the

This is the age of youth, says the Lisbon Falls '(Me.) chua county has already thanked may be subjected a court-mar- cow and have strawberries and mately $6,500,000. Annual Inter- realization of the state's recovery

: hlm. alnesville Evening News j tial!-Largo cream. est charge at six per cent, $390,000. and Its restoration to normal and
but the Old Man -
is -
Enterprise, mighty convenient to have --o-- -,-, "Build a little fire-from sticks Sanford Total debt approxi- healthy growth.

t around for backing. The people of Wakulla county, Two Good SelectionsPalatka \and stumps gathered in a shadow- mately 7000000. Annual interest "Florida prices will 'never be as

o and in fact, throughout the turpentine ( Times-Herald.) wood-and ,bake a little bread- outlay at six per cent, $420- low again, because Florida values

Instead of asking congress to give Will Rogers medal pine region, are spending hundreds The recent action of the state and eat It hot from the fire with 000.West are moving upward as Florida
in Hon. sweet butter on It. Palm Beach-Total debt
of millions of dollars every road department selecting moves onward.. Gradually prices
for his work in aiding drought sufferers, let's ask congress to year for food, feed and fertilizers Robt. W. Bentjey Chairman' for an- "Have a tree of your own with a approximately 17275000. Annual i will more nearly conform to real

,' turn the business end of the government over to him. brought in from other sections be other year. has, me "'wlth generalcommeniMtloa mocking-bird and a friendly blue- interest at six per cent, $1,036,500. values, which will mean higher

+ o cause of grass fires. Stop the fires ;Jlif'brie.U'to'J: < Judge by bird 'to fly past your' window at I, While these may be examples of prices. The time to buy Is when

and this region will produce all it press comment' from.. various section daybreak. !'extraordinary conditions they prices are tar--below values. If
Something new in switch engines"must be in use in Su- needs for Itself and can also send of .th'e state. Mr; Bentley is "Get yourself a'' book you want ,prove the need for proper consid- that time of day in Florida. It will

wannee county. Correspondent\ in Live Oak paper tells of an out enough to bring more money an old newspaper man'' of proven -borrow it, politely take it, or 'eration and action, and while they not tarry long.

automobile colliding with a "log engine just back of the com in than Is now sent away. In a few ability,and' Is thoroughly familiar buy it, if you still'have enough'do not represent the situation In "The opportunity is here 'It
years this region would be producing with the peculiar needs and condi- money to buy a book., Read it and I' !the average city the "average must be seized NOW-TODAY--

4c missary. everything needed for expansion i tions of every county. As a'member love It-thumb-mark it and tear'1 city" Is likewise in need of aid. tomorrow It will be gone forever."

o If it wasn't for forest fires.- of the state road department, out pages you like and put them : '-u. _.._ ..... "
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Crawfordville News. has been especially zealous In
Some bridge players are lucky. A Michigan player slapped he I
"Look at two. If
a picture or
-o- his efforts to do the right thing.
his partner's face when she trumped his ace, broke four have had to hock French
Above Sea Level He: has not been free with promises you your TWO
windows, one mirror and hit a policeman. The judge dismissed (Lake Wales Highlander.) l he knew were impossible of: moderns or etchings, pull back the KEYS ARENECESSARY

the case.' According to a new map made of fulfillment, andthas! t never essayedto 'I' curtains and look at a silver pool, a
the Starke and Kingsley Lake sec play politics: at the expense of shaft of moonlight or even a sun-

1k a tion and Bradford county, Kings- the state. We join In the general set."Get
k Florida canned grapefruit is so good that a Californiafirm ley Lake is 170 fet above sea level. acclaim of approval of.the reelection yourself a harmless, silly

operating in this state puts 'em up under a California How about that, Ridge Section?- of "Bob" Bentley as chairmanof hobby-like t planning different :
TimesUnion.Iron state department, ways to use parsley or new designs '
) the road
label. They'll be canning Florida sunshine next for their ,'
for stationery. .
Mountain Is 324.9 feet abovesea which has top" handling of vast

homefolks level "the highest spot yet funds tnt!. ..vrjse expenditure, "Enjoy qourself. It has been
o known In Florida" as the Geolog which, mean4 ,so much to ,the fu- done before without the use of cur-
unlawful ical Survey states. ture development of all Florida. rency. Adam and Eve didn't know ,',
persist in using seines clean-
are the meaning of money in Paradise,
'] The Coast Line depot at Lake Another action by another board
ing Florida lakes of fish, but at the the same time they are land Is considerably higher above Is one in which' we heartily concur but were quite contented.

the cause of the growing sentiment for adopting a statute sea level than Kingsley Lake, If I, -the naming of Hon. E. S. Mat- "Horace's enticing description of

the we remember correctly. Lake thews to the chairmanship of the the simple life makes everythingmore
ti prohibiting sale of certain species of fish.
Wales Highlander. state railroad commission. Mr. wordly a little cottageand
o I -o----' Matthews is well and favorably vegetables seem silly.

Evidently there will be very few local bills to be introduced Instead of being paid now what known throughout this section. Asa "America could do with a little

F at the legislative session. This type bills must be advertised the nation owes them General banker, legislator, editor and simplicityand now that necessity
Hines, administrator of veterans' publishers he for years proved his urges us on to the cultivation of it

{ locally for sixty days before they may be introduced, affairs, says able-bodied ex-ser real worth and ability, and deserved -la a good time for Americans to ..;;' .......

and very few have appeared in the papers.o vice men should "take their places recognition was accorded him learn this old art. :- ',fl' ,
along with other citizens of the when he was appointed to the rail- .'If the papers depress you with .. '.." IJ

country'In working out their own road commission by Governor Har- their stories of ruin, bank failures
Invitations to the Orlando Press Breakfast have been received salvation during these distressing dee. "Gene" Matthews has "made and hard times, don't read the pa-

and evidently they are going to run two-day sessions times. Sure! That's the way to good" In aU the places of responsibility per Use them to start a bonfire

into one, from 11 p. m. Friday until 3 a. m. Saturday, Feb. talk-the war being over. And with which. he has been en- for a steak roast.

27-28th. A case of arriving late and for that matter, If we should get trusted, and' hi. ? .friends throughout "Florida la young and fair Be One of them is kept in possession of
leaving early.
4r Into another one and these men te state Byte with cordial approval enraptured by it. When all the depression the custodian of the vault. You
0 shouldn't feel like fighting it for his elevation to the chairmanship Is over and done, Florida keep

South Florida Fair at Tampa will ask the legislature for us we could draft 'em and make ,at,ono of the, state's most will still be young and fair-and as the other. Thus your safety deposit
'em. T ere'. no sense in being anilpowerful- commis- alluring as she Is now. Don't let box in' our 100
state aid on future fairs. A suitable amount should be Important per cent safe vault is

provided mental rheumatism
squeamish about our soldiers.-St. sions. .v or spiritual
for this purpose in the advertising appropriation, as' Petersburg .' 0 disintegration creep upon you from made doubly secure as DOTH are.

this fair is the best advertisement the state could find. Times.o -- Homo complaining or being disconsolate. keys required to open the box.

o Governor Carlton Is right In as- It takes a heap o' llvin' In a house I If our own bank failed this min-

serting that the tax: burden must t' make it home, I ute we should take a sun-bath and
Harry Brown, editor of the Gainesville Daily Sun be removed from real estate. Given eat We'd
was A heap o' sun. an shadder, an' yesometimes'have I a mango quite leisurely.
x host to the gathering of newspaper folks at Gainesville last taxes half what they are today. ; t' roam think about how dreadful It was BANK OF STARKE

week-end. Brown is still using a walking stick to favor a Lakeland could sell 300 dwelling Afore ye really 'predate the thingsye 'but we should enjoy the mango
houses during this The and the all the "
season. sunlight same.
l let' behind. ''
game leg the result of an auto smashup months AN HONOR 'ROLL BANK'
many ago, same thing would be done In other An' hunger for_'em somehow with a
but that did not' prevent him from being first and last at the cities. Every real estate man 'em allus on yer mind. a Fair Distribution Needed E. S. Matthews Prea.

daily press sessions held in this city. knows the difficulty he has In disposing It don't make any difference. bow (Tampa Daily Time) R. J. Davis CashierP4nll

of property. Taxes may be rich ye get t' be, No small part of the present tax

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