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 27, 1931
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subject: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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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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Cell Causing Death of Prisoner CLUB BOYS WIN\ A, ,_peclal Special-meeting Meeting of the I, On Highway 28 i .PLANTED.... ON_ I SANTA_FE RIVER ;I. '

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- { AT TAMPA FAIR : called for on March 5th at I At Early Date I Waldo, Wife Murderer During the annual convention of
In
jacK-onville. Feb. 22.-Henry CONSIDER PLANS TO their regular meeting Wednesday /e8I" Electric Chair I the Florida Press Association
I 1 Gainesville, several of the memo
candidate Masonic Hall.
Hftyssen., self-styled END TAX IWRDENS\\ at the -
I bers had an opportunity to visit
United States that all
of the It Is very important Lake ShortenedBy
Dintnnre to City
president I Ia., Feb. 21 Like the
t Raifonl. what la said to the
anti inspect
cell In the at this \
Florida Fair be I
to his padded Sul At the recent South member: present 21 MUCH.
of >-
t fire Beat Recommendations "ronl man" that Superintendent J.
here early today cause held at Tampa the two 4-11 Corn meeting as plans for the entertainment II j 1 largest tung oil tree planting In :
,untv jail Committees to lw Submittedto S. hutch told him he was!!, Nathan the
11i the United States. They were
\ death to one woman prisoner Club boys who made exhibits of "W The Legion I Palatka, Feb. 20.Work on the
LegislatureOrlando I Burton the Waldo wlfe-alnyer. of H. W. Bennett of New-
another and made considerable share of and of the District i guests
injury to corn won a Auxiliary 14.01 miles of Highway No. 28.
Moue 'II went to his death In the electricchair York, Hatmon Park nnd Gainesville -
22 other prls- will be planned. I
send the premiums. Conference will
to Florahome to this city
from
necessary Feb. 20.-Proposed I legislation I here this afternoon at 2:30.: hit
\ Mr. Bennett placing big
treatment. J. Reamer Thomas won first on la fortunate in anti I
Starke
very month's time
hospttaUor definite in about a
a I | begin
neTS to embodying recommendations -i | lie walked submissively from transportation
for
had been lodged In the 70 ears, $15 00 and second on 10i beirui abler'tl\ hold the con- will require about fowr months to car at their disposal the
mysscn for solving, taxation his ct'lllnto the death chamber sat
!!!
of his to TungAcres
sanity hearing. The i ears, $8.00, giving him a total of i I II ference here as the local post announced today guests
a It was
complete,
,,1 pending and financial problems of Florida calmly, but pnle, while the straps ,
before he had been placed in $23.00. Claude Byrd won second on I Is one of the youngest In the by M. C. Caddell of T. B. Gilleaplc, his \
today fastened about .
for final approval were being
ght came up I I About two miles "allt of Lncrouse
public I 70 $12.50 and fifth on 10 ears, Time meeting has
state.
for holding a ears Inc. successful bidders for the pavIng
Jail taxation ,
,,Ie city befor the state legislative body, and died without a murmur. and ten miles directly northof
without permit, and had giving him a total of $17.f/ The | been changed from 7:30: to of this link which will connect
'
,eeUng committee here.Subcommittees Tho lust sound from his lips
Gainesville# the flies
i an crow
The dame I returned to them and will Remember the
was 8 00 m.
afire. corn p. directly with Lake City
mattress Palatka
,"t his appointed to I came in the death cell aa he answered the Lacrosse to
It Is located on
I be used for seed I and Aa many as
corn.
negligible. date please
the
however was I off about 21 miles from "
there draft bills looking toward tax relief cutting "Yen, sir, any time, to St'Hrlte loop road. At the present
chargedith This 4-H Corn Club show Is a turn out and be on
Gainesville.
possible
Lizzie Taylor, negresa to real estate, were called upon present route, via Superintendent }Itch'a query if time Mr. Bennett has cleared andplanted
feature at the fair each I
suffocation leading time.eNlORSE for
died from
murder Before adjourning Its Grading has been completed \ he wan ready.
for reports. club from .. 1600 acres of tung trees
of
hundreds boys
county jail fire. Another th* general year as sometime.* Aa ho sat la the chair while the
? the meeting tomorrow, with 70 - -- and this will be Increased to an jevt'n
(1.Kro was not expected to live. committee hopes to select the best several counties compete PLAN The Florahome Palatka link electrodes were being fastened to 2.000 within the next few
Those who I
with 10
The fire was discovered early recommendations for submissionto ears and ears. when completed will shorten the his body, he looked out Into the weeki. Already Tung: Acres has

odny after it had gained con- the April legislature.Four saw the exhibit this year said It FOR 8 MONTHSSCfOOL distance between this city and room for only a moment and then become n show place for residents

,derable headway. methods of bringing about was the best corn exhibit they ever TERM Grandin about 8 miles, It is stated. turned his eyes to the lloor. He of Al.achim. county. During the

Hayssen had pulled the stuffing txatlon relief to real estate have /paw.Our show With the letting of the contract I closed them aa the cap came down last few days ornamental cypress
local
on the walls of his the committee. boys' winnings Wednesday the Palatka-Lake City over his face.
the pads been proposed by fence posts painted In Chinese
rom had two things. First that we have Submitted to CitizensFinance short route becomes assured of closed and
and the smoke I Proposals The first switch was
afire with crimson
it colors
ell, set They are: wide-awake boys doing canary yellow a
,enetrated to the third floor, where Methods Proponed some fine second and Taxation completion within the next few a faint, ominous hum went out Into cap, have been placed all
this corn club, work and months which will result In a considerable A moment later,
housed. ad the room.
are state va
Eliminating I which la
prisoners around
i he women "First: that we have some of the best corn Cnmmlttpo In traffic thru the property on
Increase Sheriff R. J. Wells' pressed a lever
mill :
before' it was noticed. lorem taxes, except the one to be found in the state. I bring strung a substantial fence
rescued and again schools. This Is to be this city, It la expected. Burton's body strained against the '
was levied for Recommenda- wire. Other Improvements are
Hayssen The variety grown .by these boys Orlando, Feb. of the
for the grading
Contracts
The lever back
i.deed. in the city Jail under con- accomplished by: which originatedin to provide a straps. was pulled under' way, details of which are
was the DuBoaev tions for legislation to the
; road through Flagler county and hia body slumped downward.
consolidation of some I to be announced.In .
4ant guard. . (a-The) and months school termIn not yet ready
Union county was grown minimum eight also let to the cloned and
East Coast were Again the switch was
arrested sev of the bureaus, commissions and last Friday's Issue of the LakeWales !
had been DuBose for about here todayby
Hayssen by the late J. I. Florida were adopted Construction Company of his to the
Murphy again body responded
for his oratorical ,offices of the state, and the consolidation Taxa- Highlander the publisher, J.
recently white and
Finance
iral times 40 years. It Is a fine quality, the Citizens Orlnndo. Free labor will be usedon current.
of some of the judicial [ R Worthlngton, prints the following -
efforts in a public park.He white dent corn very resistantto tion committee.
cob, the two projects from San Ma- When It was opened again Burton ,
styled himself the president I 'circuits--- .. of the state. weevils. Mr. Dyer, county agent,' The proposal, by J. M. Luch, St. teo to Hunnell, while according to was dead. Prison doctors pronounced about Tung Acres:
Brotherhood." I' "(b-By) eliminating every use- lis it to the club boys would seek creation of "II. W. Bennett of New York
.it the "Universal recommending Petersburg, stipulations of the state road department him so at 2:32: o'clock.A .
Haysecn walked about the streets less or unnecessary appropriationand I las one of the beat for their -pur a state school fund to carry out convict labor will be uMet.llon slight mishap to the chair as and Babson Park, father of R. W,
not strictly Bennett of Babson Park, has just
(with placards on his back and every appropriation pose. the eight months, term Idea and the Palatka-Florahome Htrctch. i the current was turned on added.
for a governmental purpose._ fund wouldbe completed planting 1,600 acres of
best proclaiming his Identity. He There is considerable money giv- apportionment of the to the ghastly aspect of the scene

said( his home was at Lake City. "(c-By) finding some new en as premiums to club boys, not on the basis of the teacher in- I''One of the heavy wires, out ()fIts lung trees at a point about ten
American LegionAitxiliaru
miles north of Gainesville, near the)
of revenue.
sources In but for .
exhibits corn unit.
prohibi- for tructlon
only
and Illuminated
opposed to place: sputtered an arc '
Outspokenly state performing Santa Fe river, Mr. Bennett la
the
advocated "beer "Second: By pigs and other products, and Mr. The recommendations were given Meets the room with a ghostly,
tion Hayseen Its duty as required by Article Dyer says that he Is very anxiousto the following amendments thru I confident there I la a great future
fountains or bubblers ,on every constitution in providingfor Ft. blue light. I for the tung oil business In Florida ,'
12 of the number of boys of H. A. Henderson,
have a large
both
and national suggestion The current was during
a on
principal street corner, of the Jones- his \ Is most
a' uniform system of free public next J The organization and believes planting
for these premiums
of beer pipe lines fora competing Myers: 'contacts for a total of Cn/ seconds.MRS. .
system minimum prescribed this tjing-ford-White Unit American advantageously located to raise
schools of a for
year He says that the only tea- (1)) Provided the funds ._
good
thirsty nation to supply standard, and thereby eliminating son his county did not win the i be obtained in. such a .eRlon Auxiliary met at the Worn- e- --- first class tung tree He closed
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wholesome b er. some of the local taxes for $50.00 premiums was because he''program manner as not to endanger the mar'a Club of Starke Wednesday MARY KKNNKDY: HVC, up bin deals for the land on Oct. 1

He also advocated "good wine school purpose.. did not have ten bushels as good I economic tax structure of the state. afternoon. CTMUS!! AT LAKE GENEVA and put In gangs: of men with tractors

manufactured under Local Taxes I substituted Miss Louise Cone, vicepresidentof which were kept running 24
and whiskey Cut ) I as the two shown. I (2) Provided such funds: be .
government supervision to be "Third: Requiring the state road In lieu of an advtilorem District No. 2, of High Springs, Mrs. Mary June Kennedy, CO hours a day In three 8 hour shifts,

available at all times at moderate department to take over for main- tax as now collected or to be levIed presided over the meeting. The years of age; wife of Edward A and haa .cleared and planted the

prices!!: tenance more of the paved roadsof Welfare Association In the future. following officers were elected: Kennedy of Lake Geneva died 1.000 acres with 100-000 tong trees

County officials said Hayssen became the state, and thereby eliminate Met Tuesday Afternoon ((3) With provision that the MH, L. D. Vining President. Tuesday morning shortly after since that time. It was a mAilS

violent during the night and some of the local taxes for that taxation and. finance committee Mrs. J. E. Corpening, Secretary 10:30: o'clock following a brief Ill production on a large: scale that

of his cell I the Mrs. J. A. Saul, Treasurer. enabled him to do this.
broke up several pieces purpose. recommend to the legislature; ness.Funeral .
furnishings. They forced him into 1 "Fourth: By reducing the cost The Starke Welfare Association enactment of whatever constitutional Mrs. J. W. White, Chaplain. services were held Wednesday 1 "Mr. Bennett states that his

the padded cell and he appeared to of local county government This' held Its weekly meeting Tuesday I amendment may be necessary Miss Beverly Cady, Sergeant-at- afternoon at 3 o'clock from i planting makes about 8Onacrelt( )

quite down considerably.After Is to- accomplished by: afternoon at St. Marks' rectory. to the accomplishment of the Arms. the Baptist church at Melroso. Rev planted to tunIC trees In Alachua\

he had torn down the pad- "(a)-A revision of the county Reports from committees showed recommendations.The 1 Plans were discussed for the Dis- L. W. Klcklltcr of Starke, Rev I. county, which he regards as well
that much good was being ac of the Legion and D. Denham, pastor of the Melrose this tree. lie
ding and boards of his cell and officers salary law. committee also adopted a trict Conference situated for growing
complished. Plans have been which la to be held here Baptist church, and Rev. B. U. his "Tung
had the fire going he gave the "(b)-Limiting the number and by Henderson requiring Auxiliary, Is calling development
alarm himself.At compensation of employes and made for placing three children In proposal to make a sworn returnon at the Woman's Club, Sunday, Mar. .Weld, pastor of the Keystone Acres," and has formed a corporation -

the city Jail, where the man deputies of county officers. the children's home in Jackson-. taxpayers all tangible properties lotated 8th, nt 12:30: o'clock. There will 1 Heights Community service, conducted to handle It,.but does not expect -

was placed after the fire, there Is "(Consolidation) of some of ville. the and returned for taxation, sufficiently be delegates from Monticello, Lake the service. to Hell any stock, he and Mrs.
families were assisted High Springs, Mrs. Kennedy had been a resident In
'Three the proposition
nothing but a steel cot and stone the county offices." describe as to locate and City, Macclenny, Bennett owning
Jacksonville, past week. One family assisted\ to- Gainesville. Dunnellon, Ocala, of Lake Geneva for the past Its entirety.
I walls.It John E. Mathews, them.
was understood Hayssen will la[ chairman of the committee, composed ward planning a garden, so they. Identify The committee further endorsedthe Bronaon, Perry and Trenton present 23 years and was well-known and "The Association of Paint and,

and may have the necessary vegetables.One respected! In that community. She Varnish Manufacturers, BO Mr.
be hearing tomorrow. of ten representatives of all personal
given assessment
a sanity
assistance.The of the Auxil- been member of the Baptist believes
invalid given state The next meeting had Bennett states and fully ,
will be within the
If found insanse he senators.BRADFORDUNION bought
sent to at Chat- five .. supply of clothing Is runninglow property 1 and June 30, iary will be held at the Masonic church for 63 years and was have definitely proven with their
the state January
hospital COUNTY and donations of used or new between ,the, measure Hall Mar. 25th at 7:30: o'clock. a devout church worker, planting four or five) miles out of

tahoochee. POULTRY garments will be most acceptable.At Inclusive, provided Mr. Kennedy Is survived In addition Gainesville, that the tung tree will
of
All except GIRLS ENTER affectJBtocka merchants -
of not
the injured prisoners' JUDGING TEAM the meetings garments 'are would business all STRAWBERRY 8IIIPMKNTH \ to her husband, by one son, 'do well In Florida If it la In the
one who was not expected to In condition for continuing tin CITY NOW of Lake Geneva;
PLANT for
mended and put FROM S. K. Kennedy right location. The demand

live cells, had been returned to their Thirty-eight-, exhibitors from distribution. Donations of vege- the year, and return who of make January a regular I, 'i ARE /HEASON'H HEAVIESTLast two daughters, Miss May Kennedyof tung oil Is very great and Mr,

tonight. 180 chick- tables and groceries are requested. Inventory Lake Geneva and Mrs. Ruth Bennett Is confident that byproducts -

The dead negress had been returned eight counties showing annual state They should be sent to the rectory week's strawberry shlpments Larklna of Palatka; five sinters, will be developed from It aa
here from Albany, Ga., yesterday ens made up the first Merchantsare THREE MEALS I'ERJAY the heaviestof Fortner and Mra.
were
4-H Poultry Club, under on Tuesday afternoon. STATE 18 cars, Mrs. Deborough time goes on. He has been living
of the MAKE
show of the United requested to send in remnantsof CONVICTS CONTENT; the year and brought the sea- S. A. Lee of Melrose, Mr*. A. Mor\ at Gainesville this winter

the auspices of Agriculture, material which may be made cons movement 'to date at 3,100- rison of Barney, Ga., Mm. It. Lee I 'Tung Acres' Includes a fine

HajHcen Found Insane States Department Extension Department of into children's garments. officials an- OOO pints. Indications pointed to a Moore of Statesboro, Ga, and Mrs. lake and Mr. Bennett has about

Jacksonville, Feb. 25.-Henry W. and the of Florida. This Is That all pleas for assistance may State prison bureau that a record |: heavy movement for the early n, J. Terry of Jacksonville and two 1,000 more acres which will be

Hayseen, candidate for presidenton the University annual event at the Vo- be properly Investigated and at- nounced Wednesday of freedom from part of this week but not quite as brothers. Dr. J. II. Alderman of planted next year. lie is developing -

a "beer pipe line" ticket, who to be an Fair. tended to, the public Is requested breaking period ended when heavy 'as the latter part of last Gainesville and Basil J. Alderman the roadside frontage Into a

set fire to the Duval county jail lusia County Misses Margaret to refer all such requests to Mrs. I prison escapes waa fled week. of Melrose. how place and la very optimistic

early Sunday morning causing the Three girls Smith, and Mamie Joe Jones, the chairman of relief com Henry Gibson, white at prisoner'JacksonvilleBeach. Hardee county growers have sent Seven grand children: Mildred I over the future of his production.It .

death of a negro woman and send- Dodd, Eva Bradford and Union i mittee. Two new members were I the convict camp nearly 1,400,00 pints of strawberries Kennedy of Lake Geneva, James I Is on the main road between

ing a score of prisoners to hospital Warren of 18 birds at this enrolled at the meeting Tuesday. attributedthe to market this season and were Riley, Mary Lea and Doris Lucite Gainesville and Worthington

for treatment, was adjudged counties exhibited Feb. 21st the i I Prison bureau officials, to anticipating that this week wouldbe Brice of Island Grove and Ira Jane, Springs and part of It touches the. '
insane show, Saturday, long respite from escapes heaviest of the season. Kennedy and Wallace Keith "
by a sanity commission yesterday II was held CHILD KILLED WHENMAN and unemployment the Joseph Santa Fe river.
judging
state poultry the general depression More than half a million pints were Larklna of Palatka also survive.
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at the UIIF.EL -
from ten to twelve o'clock GRABBED situation la the country. county. In the family lot
the
The committee report was filed expected to leave Interment wall
well UAM.O.VS: GAS!
I they were I'HES! CO.UH7
at the office of County Judge John show. made Prisoners realized According to a survey made by at Melrose cemetery under direc-

W. Duboae late yesterday afternoon The following teams were Jacksonville, Feb. 20.Brooks off with three squire.meaJs and a the Bureau of Agricultural Economics tion of the DeWItt C. Jones Com ---
counties and
and commitment will up of three girls from eight: B. Starling of this city, was nlaca to sleep, warm clothes I movement of Plant City pany. According to the monthly report
papers
Warren -
be signed by Judge Duboae this : Misses Dodd, Smith showing and In charged with culpable negligenceby medical care when needed, the officials strawberries In small corrugated Issued by the Inspection bureau, department -

morning. Hayseen, It was announced made a splendid to a corner's jury at Baldwin to- said.Anybow paper containers under dry Ice re \V. O. W TO MEET I Bradford
unable of agriculture
but were had been no escapes -
seiz- there GAINESVILLEI
the judging testified he forward IN (
a
W. when It was la decidedly
at the of Sheriff
office day frigeration
of the girls, who weeks until Wed- used 00,087 gallons of gano-
some wife was for three county
score results
out his
B. of a car that -
Cahoon, will be taken to the ed the wheel step. The report says
Mar-
:
state hospital for the insane at had several years In poultry. her driving, causing it to overturn. nesday when Gibson made his successful seem to have been satisfactory and I Friends Camp No. 138 held line during the month of January,
garet Dodd won first prize on Dorothy break for freedom. He meeting on Feb. 20,, dur-
Chattahoochee as soon as the commitment Eva Smith Starling's daughter that some shippers are predictingdry their regular compared with 66,086 gallons
and county
\ Minorca pullets the mishap and was sentenced in Hernando will the with attendance. of
papers are completed. 10, was killed in Ice cartons replace good ing December. 8,597 gallons
fourth place on her Plymouth Jor. two other small daughters were last year to serve 13 months for pony refrigerator entirely. The I Each and every Woodmen haa kerosene were consumed during
Melrose
Rock cockerel. Miss Injured. trespassing. small containers holds 16 quarts i the privilege to attend the state January against 8,266 gallons during -

SMALL BLAZE THURSDAY don carried the girls down becauseof Justice of the Peace J. A. Beard p and is packed with six pounds of convention of the W. O. W. to beheld December. Dade county led
CHINA
her sister's. ..Illness. set bond at $1,000. BROTHERHOOD AT : dry ice and the larger carton holds I In Gainesville on March the the state with 3.006.111 gallons' ,

Catching from a defective kitchen IMPROVEMENTWINNERS The accident ocurred last November a ito YE 39 quarts and takes ten pounds of 9-10th. We are assured that W. A. and Liberty county showed the

!flue' the kitchen wall of Congressman STATE HOME OVER RADIO 30 on a highway near Bald- --Brotherhood of dry Ice. I Fraser" head of the International 1 smallest consumption, 22109!! gal-

Green's home on West SPEAK win. Officers said Starling's action The Evangelistic\ China It la said that the total cent of''organization of the Woodmen of lons. For the state, totfls for

Ma/IUon< street was damaged by -March 4th at In seizing the wheel from his Jacksonville will be at March placing these cartons In the market the World, and other high officials January were 22221.401 gallons;

!Limes at 1 o'clock Thursday morn- On Wednesday, Mrs. J. wife caused the car to leave the Crove church Sunday- night. Is around 4c a quart cheaper will be at the convention.We for December 21,212,819 gnllona.

ln?. The flames broke through th'tIde 1 12:13: Mrs. J. E. Malnes, Mrs. W. road. 1. 1931, at 7:30.: than that of the pony refrigerator.This urge all members of Camp -
Butler, male quartette
betore M. Mann, of Lake There will be a consideration No. 138 to If they possibly can.
wall of the residence anilUJ38 does not take Into go to cook pork thoroughly
Worthington Springs Memorial Baptist Be sure
B. Lamb, from the Lowery .--- -
tl gul3hed being discovered. Firemen ex- Pearl Jordan, county home BRADFORD ON TilE ,AIR church that will have charge of the cost of the pony refrigerator considerable ELIZABETH: ('htSVThe since there Is danger of con-

the flames with chemicals demonstration agent, will. speak I the singing. box which Involves a tracting a parasitic disease, known "

l the and one the damage waa confined over WUUF, telling some of the In the programs for I Inext i i Investment. many friends of Mr. and aa trichinosis, from eating raw
room. Included I In-
Interesting things that have been WRUF, Galnea-i BlrthwMr. I KingfIsh Mr*. Eugene B. Crosby of Yukon, pork. When the organism get
week over Like
in home Impr. v I and Mr. Claude Thomas, Hound will regret to 1| to the body they produce thousandsof
BUYS accomplished directionby to Jacksonville,
PROPERTY HERB talks under near
did
be go
Bradford coun, 1lle, will Feb. 20th. BOB: "Rastus, you which work Into the
ment In Union and Pearl Jordan, county home MMHleburcr. daughter, last nlghU"Raatu. learn of the death of their Infant ''I worms
Miss meeting
New lodge la no way
and Mrs. 8. M. Johns, your blood and muscles. Ttjere
Earl Cook of Long Island. New ties.Mesdames and demonstration agent. Three club Mr. .: "Nah, uh. We done daughter, Elizabeth, which occur- diseased pork. andt.here
Maines 22nd.
York, who has been spending the : Mann. will tell their own stories River son. Feb. It." red at the home late Wednesday. to recognize
the stain [I women Wallace TblgpenStarke. have to pos'pone la known cure for the
Past winners in Mr. and Mrs. she Is survived no
two weeks In Starke has put'cba3ed Lamb were "How Bradford and Union "How come?" Beside her parents
Boss: porkthoroughly
that on cooking
contest 25th. however,
Improvement son Feb. brother, both, at home. Funeral disease;
from Sterl Courtney the home Women Are ImprovingTheir Grand All-Powerful by two
"Do
County Raatua to
the past year. N. C. Mott Stark, : the la safe, according
Mr
store held in the state Mr. and services i were held at
on highway 13 north of town. was Homes. These progranuwill Mo-it Supreme Unconquerable -
Invincible of Agricul
conducted by Mb.I.lordaa [ Feb. 26th.Jdr&nd at 3 the U. 8. Department
a house and 10 acre of land across This work was be broadcast during the Florida laughter Potentate dun got beat grave at Brooker,- Thursday :
t<) 'Jr. '
Interesting L. Brownlee, ,
the will be )lnt. H. ture.
highway the and it 12:43 on Wednesday o'clock.
and a place in they farm bOUI',13 to : cii I up by his wits
weiibronn them tell of the-'things Starke, son, Feb. 26th.
,Springs, _UOI1. :Mr. bear March 4th.
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Cook puns to more Here next fall nave accomplished. 1 "wf 'It .,


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BftADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPII STARKE FLORIDA FRIDAY. FEBRUAR.1,
iSI
.Anm TWO
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-- B. H. S. got off for. a holiday. visits friends and relatives on 'hie I The state road boys beat Heilbronn slash pine seedlings spaced 10 from the average planting-
13-6. feet by 10 feet. Six men formed the Mr. C. H. Coulter, district''In fo
4 Louise T. lost her compact. return. and Julia Thomas charge of thIs work
Misses Glayds crew and they set out
The psychology outlines were: Mrs. V. B. Wheeler of near the planting Anyone Interested .
JOURNAL of Vanderbilt were attending in piant!
H. S. !
B. out from two to three thousand a
business visitor here I their idle
.
o. k. one day. Starke, was a ball game Sunday afternoon.Mr. acres are urgeuTtoZ"touch

Patsy came to school on time? this week. Vivian and Buck Alvarez attended day.Near with the Florida Forest?!
ii1 "The Staff" Lorena knew her English? Messrs. J. F. Houser and C. E. the ball game Sunday after- Mlddleburg, Mr. A. W. vice at Tallahassee Total plaIJ
Budd on his forest property there Ing cost, including
Murla didn't get hurt playing J.'R. and noon' trees
Editor-in-Chief ________________ Milton Brownlee basketball. Harper and Mrs. Colley planted 10,000 slash pine and 2,000 and labor charges can be expl'l u

Assistant Editor ___________________ Hazel Adkins daughter, Miss Sherley were trans longleaf pine seedlings.The down, to $2.50 per acre

Sports Editor ____ .:_____________ Gary Overstreet acting business in: Jacksonvillethis trees were Ralford grown for sale at the at
at
OUR POET'S CORNER $50,000.00 Cigarette'ContcstJJnder state farm See
the
Literary Editor ____________________ Muriel Silcox week. a cost of $3.00 per thousand f.o.b. Womanless Wedding I

.1 Exchange Editor ________________ Annie Mae Pearce George Washington Durden Mrs. Paul and Mast Mrs. and H. F.Mrs.Chesser T. J. WayA Ralford. No watering, cultivation, Club mission building 25c and Feb.60c 27 s P ?TV. M

George Washington, the man so or fertilizer are given the tree; the
at Rest Haven
\ { were sight-seeing
t ability of making nearly great only care necessary being protection While many say politeness
f CHAPEL EXERCISES uncanny Lodge on big; Lake Santa Fe lost contest offering $50,000.00 in yin,,
r ,' all her tries good. She ripped the He fought to save the American from tire and goats. A life large dividends, it Is an Investm
; Sunday afternoon. prizes has been announced by R. J.
j t Her partner,, State. of 80 cent or better results often overlooked.
t" at net for 28 points. per
( ; ,, Rev. Lowry was our speaker Mrs. Teuten and daughter of Palatka Reynolds Tobacco Company,makersof
work was deadly, He fought In battles great and
t \ : He opened his Ruth Roe's p8 1,8
; \ ;. chapel Thursday. falling to reach Its des- small, are the guests of Mrs. Teu- Camel Cigarettes, with special =1
,; talk with a prayer and then gave never once ten's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. Purs- announcements in practically; every V
all.
\ tination. Likewise did Evelyn And won the victory of nearly
J, : a scripture reading.: Since it was Newspaper In the United ftates
t 11.r .' near to Washington's birthday, he, Stump play a good floor game. ley.Rev.. Montgomery of Waldo will Eight days are allowed for sub
; The centers were right and rare- George Washington never told a F OnDCOMFORT
all about the man who was Methodist church closing
' : told us preach at the mission of essays, the contest
Mur-
the father of our coun ly missed a tip-off, thanks to lie. and evening. 4th.
I. known as next Sunday morning at midnight on March
,, try. Washington had a strongcharacter la Weeks, who played her usual He always told the truth. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Pursley have Prizes will be awarded: for the
at jumping center. The brave man went through all
was a noted military: good game at returned to their homes here after best answers to the question: : \Vhai
genius and was faithful to his re Patsy Brinson was everywhere his life, a visit with their children in Pa- significant cl.l\ ge has recently been
dashing little And known as the truthful
the right time. This was
ligion. We closed the exercises by latka. made In the wrapping of tl P Crmrt\ .
SI center surely did step. youth.
t singing a verse of America. The guards' style was worth Donald McRae. packae: ontalnlu twenty cUcrettes : :
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and what are Its vintages
: when Dora .. :
watching. Especially --
to the smoker? Answers arc ,limit.
THEMES and
: FOItlSTFlIE: Manning intercepted passes -
Green, BELIE> E IT OR NOT tod to two Uuudrcd won's In 1 lonrth,
Capt. Adkins with Lor en a Heilbronn Springs
L Mrs. Perkins' biology pupils are put up a defense that the Lake II.. P..rl'orm..n. ("or, mujt be written on one side of the 1H
; busy writing themes on "Forest Butler forwards were unable to B. H. S.*won a basketball game. paper on'y' and are to be mall' to

, f Fires, the Tragedy of Florida. broke through. (But they only played Lake But- the, content editor, R. J. Reynolds
Association has to their er.) Mr. and Mrs.. R V. Parmenter tobacco Company. Winston aeD\!
: The state Forestry The girls truly lived up
offered prize of a trip to Washington Whirlwinds.. Exams were given over two visited Mr. Wesley Crews Sunday. North Caiolina.! ,
D. C., all expena.cs paid to' name-.. ,weeks ago and in English and history There was quite a crowd at the First crl/e is .J3.0JO.OO.:; with sec

the lucky girl or boy who writes only one in each class passed.A church Saturday night, Rev. Colson on<<<\. and third yil/cs! of 310,00J.O
the best theme. Fores tires arc MY LAST U1SII! few of the seniors aren't keep- was the preacher.Mr. Hud Ja.OOOOO.: \ Nuueiou: snu.iei I ________
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indeed a tragedy and thousands of Ing up with their work.* and Mrs. Frank Morgan at- pil/es\ will also !L'n' n\\aided Jml:;et '
; dollars are lost each year by them When I die don't bury me a 'tall Just two months and one week :tended church here Saturday eve- of tile ('on test me Uay Loug! (i'rc ,1 I

Florida has been called the "Land Just put me in the study hall. 'until school will be out. ning.Mr. dtiit of the Intcir.at.oiml. MasaziiuComrny
of Flowers" and the "The Land of Put a literature book on'my chest, :Murla played basketball Friday I Carl Rhoden of Baker coun uno !fc.cl.toi' of Conmopoli? ,

r : Perpetual Sunshine," but doubtless I And tell Miss Florence I'm at rest. night. ,ty Is visiting his friends at Heil tail Magazine, Roy Ilownid: Chair I

the tourist who visits us at this, bronn ,Springs this week. man: of the Uocid) of the ScilJ: ;,,'

time of year think of Florida a<*; CLUBS .. Mr. J. C. Jones was a business Howutd Neuni'uiiers, and I .baric'
the "land of blackened woods" and' visitor to Hampton Sunday. Dana C:b..on, lntcniatoic.lly! kuowi, I
the "land of smoky skies." A wise Olc-e ('ILl)) HAMPTON Misses Thelma and Mae Rhoden artist and Publisher of LIe Jl.aga: !

; man once said! : "lie who steals my Our senior girls' glee club is goIng II.. Adn Miiinii), Cor. were the guests of Misses Lorene rind I Every new Ford is equipped tritlt

t purse steals trash, but he who to sing over the radio in .nd Pauline Greene Tuesday. Tile contest Is part ol what ad
A burns my woods takes that which Gainesville March 7th. Now' the Mr. and Mrs. Wm. C. Kammerer Misses Beatrice and Eva Under- vorthJng, O..j per la cieclaie Is one o. four Mlouitailte itouttlc-uctiny
does not enrich him and make me members must absolutely have of Philadelphia, Pa., arrived here bill and Mrs. William Davis and the Most InU'UEht; ? adveitiding: ipm I
poor indeed." some fan mall so everyone listen'In this week. They will be the guests Tom, were attending church Sunday ;,IU:1:1S: ever stlL_.cLl. I'mcttcally huttrautic shock absorbers

and If you like the program anda of Hotel Hampton, andwill, visit night. .ry I1)y I :: ) und 'unity beat l Vee.il I' .
: The "Guy Twins", popular sen- letter to the radio station In their nieces, Mrs. M. C. Sweeney, Mr. and Mrs. Troy Cannel of :Me...up-per\ lit the couiury will b ] ONE of the fine things about driving the new Ford is the

:44 lors.are back with us after a briet Gainesville. Don't anyone forget, I Mrs. C. L. May and Miss Marian Jacksonville ne visiting her grandparents 181),1) vn well us (ollivie Periodic.: I Ijml it takes over the miles without strain .
7th 4 to 4:30: overWRITE Mr. and' .!\.:ts. John dem I IDI1Ilc.n way you or fatigue.No
visit to their home In Cocoa. And Saturday, March Jones of our town. t.numlnl l'oCI\: '.>pcpo' II j
,, we may also! add that Emory's<: *, and also remember the fan 'I Mr and Mrs. .1. G. Sparkman of ons. ( i Is to bu f/ltnv: d by a' I matter how long the trip, you know it will bring you

broken arm Is improving at a fast! i mail. Plant City visited friends and relatives (Miss Edna Davis of Crews section a"; I'OS"'tll: i dveilifllns! : : d.ire tl'roN eafely, quickly, comfortably to the journey's end.

; rate of speed. here this week.F. was attending the ball game ;;.)\'.""\p:'[:COI'S, MaiMZiiita' ; : l.aci.o:. n//. I The scats are generously wide, deeply cushioned and
- Nature rftudy ('Itib I L. Oglesby of North Carolina, Sunday afternoon. ou ::..or display.:
: TORS\f)()"; DEFEATKO Another weekly meeting of the. who spent the week-end with his Mr. Roy Carter and William Davis I carefully designed to conform to the curves of the body.

f,. 8th grade Nature Study Club was: family here, returned to his duties.! and Misses Eva and Beatrice Every new Ford has specially designed springs and four

: Lake Butler handed the Tornadoes , held Wednesday, Feb. 18 1931 last Monday.-' Underbill( visited church Saturday MORE 1'INES PLANTED Iloudaille double-acting hydraulic chock absorbers.
Minutes were read and corrected Members of the Intermediate night. IN CLAY COUNTY
Friday eve These work
a decisive! heating both and down. absorb the
They
Lake Butler. The local The speakers on the program were: and Senior League, of the Metho- :Mr. and Mrs. Li title ton Kite of ways up
r; boys ning in greatly misned the services Dorothy SappBobolink.. I fist church enjoyed a social at the Jacksonville were the guests of her Thirtj-tlirre Thousand' OneYearOld force of road shocks and also provide a cushion against

:' of Sternberg at forward and Ov Helen :IJersereau--Sparrow. i city' hall last Saturday night, Feb. father, Mr. F. B. Robinson last Fines 8ft Out the rebound of the springs.

erstreet at center Moore and Cox These students gave splendid the 21st. Interesting games were week. Other features that make the new Ford a vhlue far
( turned in the best game for the talks .on their respective subjects. played, contests carried out, and :Mr. and Mrs. Clark attended the Four plantings of pines went in | above the
the
Tornadoes, while Jones was the After the program the meetingwas fruit was served throughout the the ball game here Sunday. the ground In Clay county this sea- : price are Triplex shatter-proof glass windshield -

'I star for Lake Butler The final adjourned.Inter. evening. The delightful occasionwas Misses Thelma and Elcy Rhoden son. Two were demonstration i!' silent, fully enclosed four-wheel brakes, more

;) score was 30-13. -- chaperoned by Prof. and Mrs were the guests of Mrs. J. C. Jones plantings located on Highway 3' than twenty ball and roller bearings, extensive use of
I No Club L. A. Futch and all enjoyed a Jones Sunday afternoon.Mr. and 48 and are an acre each in fine
t steel forgings aluminum chrome silicon,
; 1SASKKTIILL TOIJ VV The Inter Nos Club held Its regular pleasant evening. Russell Carter of Woodlawn size. The trees are spread 8 feet pistons,
I met'tlngVednesday, Feb. 18. Dr. F. H. Gardner of Fablus, attended church here Saturday by 8 feet and 680 slash pines were alloy valves, torque-tube drive, Rustless Steel and

Today, both girls and boys' basketball After the minutes were read and Ala, who has been the guests of night. planted to the acre. unusual accuracy in manufacturing.In .

-c teams journey over to Ala- approved, there being no further Mr and Mrs. Jarone H. Houser There was a very Interesting ball I I At the test farm, south of Green I II addition, you save dollars because of tlie
chua. The Whirlwinds did themselves business, the following program and! Mr. J. L. Williams and family, game was played between th% Heil I I Cove Springs, the Durham Tropical many
proud in Lake Butler last was given: left this week for Macon, Ga., to bronn boys and the state boys. (Land: Coporatlon set out 20,000 I low firt!! cost of the new Ford, low cost of operation and
,
'; week, so just come out, and see Conversation! In Latin--Puellae up-keep, and low yearly depreciation.

them defeat Alachua girls. The et Mater.
.
boys 'defeated Alachun in their Mater-Ethyllyn Barren.

r first game and of course they intend Claudia -Lorto Kelly. THE NFWFOHDOR

to repeat the performance.. Anna-Dorothy Swanbom. SEDAN
Clara-Thelma Priest.
; ; RAT NEWS Reading--Mercury, Hope Haynes $"

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Dear folks-: -.We are on test Etiquette Club) mIllhllRuL.!

week again and we have plenty of The Junior-Senior Etiquette _
studying to do. Club met Feb. 4, 1931, in Mrs. T. T. I

Our will for this week: I Ltmg's room with the president, ., -D
Woodfin Halle leaves to James Thelma Andrcu In the chair. Ij

Holllngsworth his ability to tease The club voted to retain the j

Mrs. Hudson. same officers, but as Alice Fernan- .
Kitty Hogsed leaves to MyrtlFrloJt dez had changed clubs, we elected ,
ci ; her smartness In history. A new secretary, Dora Manning. H '
Katherine Haynes leaves to ) LOW PRICES OF FORD CARS

Myrna :Frink the right to be exempt Etiquette Club

.- on science.S. The Freshman-Sophomore Eti- $430 to $63OF.
R. Johns wills to Blake quette Club met Wednesday Feb. -: /I\jY/A\ ,
his fame 'In Latin if he
Jackson
18.A enjoyed by \ .o.B. De_'", pa,. / ./," ..4 .....,.,.. B.._. _j .,... lira .Ir.
will use It right. short program was ,,' \ .. .... ..... .. ... .
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Lois Long to Lucy Fogg, ladylike the members. Kitty Hogsed gavean M. ...."., ..... 7.4 ,,_.. ,...... ./ "*. "..._... CrWU c...,..,.,"
ways if she will use them the Interesting talk on "The Proper '

way she doci.Marjorie Way to Eat Bread." The pro- I4t \

. Stump to Mildred gram was completed by Mrs. Carpenter -.
%. Hundley her books if she will return giving a talk on Manners.
school. -
them after
Ola Mae Alvarez to Dorothy BRADFORD BUMPS 11/1 4
d .
not .
Sapp her rat ways. r -
1 Bunnie Canova, her form to AJIce Miss\ Isabel: "So you are well - --- - -
Silcox. read? Do you like O. Henry?" AI I

Yours truly Miss Florence: "No, the peanutsget ::::(
:
Rat Class. I glued to my teeth."-Judge. uihereyoucomeftom

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person who keeps on talking and
Well. I tell you we played basketball talking when people are no longer \ T 11

;f Friday night.. You never Interested?"
have seen anything like it beforein Bill Graham: "A teacher.-. -
the history of B. H. S. Daisy 'Hyde reporter. iI iiJiI

Tompkins absolutely did her "stuff" -
$ and Patsy too. The other players Miss Florence: "Willie give me r hut what you can Dof!

did wonderfully well, but of course sentence using! the word "trite," iti3
,t not aa good as Daisy. She rang meaning worn out."

twenty-eight of the thirty-four Willie: "I wore my trite pantrto ir 1ArplI: : ,
point We really "got going." the "
'; We had a class meeting.tbe other -picnic. NoT HERITAGE but training up under terrific engine heat, and keep 8

1 day and everybody Is going to TIPS ON ETIQUETTE ETC. and ability, are your greatest assets in securing protective film between the moving parts.Rtfnlg 'V

pay his class dues before the mid- and holding a job. Employers aren't is what gives motor oil it.
dle of March, maybe! Dear Madam Bramvilllera:
We are terribly disappointed in What Is the easiest way to breakup nearJy a* much interested in tcktrt yon strength and lubricating qualities. . . BEST VALUE-LONcIWIR

our boys at basketball. They all with a boy after a long friend earn*from aa in wkat yott tan do. "STANDARD-! Oil is the result of ;
played a good game but Lake But. ship without hurting his feelings* Q1JLITY UPJCMAIMfifcU.Fashloned _ .
The same it true of motor oils. A hot 50 years' refining experience. It is the best
ler was just too good for them. S. B. L.
The tennis craze Is still raging! Dear S. B. L.: motor isn't affected by what State the crudeoil motor oil that brain., experience and or Newest Shades'

Everyone has It You should see Introduce him to your best look- came from, but it is ganizatioo can produce, EzltlcE WEILfl1j
the junior laughing at some of Ing girl-friend and let him fall for
affected by whether or or that money can buy. COLORS: Flnh.N..d'S."T.,. Mod. Siblt,
"STANDARD"MOTOR '
do
seniors
y these dignified playing ten- her, a thing which they usually
nis., Madam BramvUllera, not the motor oil is You can depend upon _Gun MrUI.Efg_Shell B_.st"t. Brow_Black_

_ tough enough to stand "STANDARD"aw.jslSTANDARDOILCOMPANY .
VICTORY FOR WIIIRLAYINDS WHAT WOULD HAPPEN IF: OIL A'rET ;DIRECF, i BY MA tTTP"YOU:

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The winsome Whirlwinds defeated Miss Florencedidn't give Eng- \' R
the Lake Butler sextet by a lish test on Monday?

decisive score of 34-17. The girls The teacher's training class did DOLLAR SILK tIOS1ERY MILLS _
displayed splendid form, with each not have to teach In the lower I .
.1 _ii4 BENN t:. r.B LOb.WILI\t'I'HIUoIRE.: PL .
girl starring her own position. grades? INCORPORATED IN KENTUCKY I
.5 Little Daly team amazed the fans with her 50 demerits. l





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FEBRUARY :27. 1931
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ey West. -Key West is having 1'will mean keen competition for \ '-,'. Y '.. ,', t r tQy 9 9il
.the Florida fruit. "' ; " rr mrn
Casual' weather anyway. The< .
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ern.ture here has not been asp !I t'. llll
New Smyrna After being I
agi-
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all winter. ; I
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a* tated and discussed for many years I II III ''!,ry I II

house has definite steps have been taken by .
WestThe ap-
-ey the new board of county commissioners -
(,veo an appropriation of $18,000( to construct a' hard surface I 1111111 I 4It

improvements of the break.ter road at the "earliest possible This to tiro I I I s
at Key.West. moment" to the old Spanish mis- Camel parkage to I I
sion, one of New Smyrna's most which a flgnlfleant I
i ort PierceShipment of what noted historic spots. I change lua recently been made IIII 1
(believed to be the first carload

1 potatoes of the 1931 crop tchve Jacksonville Jacksonville hasa
from the state has been made novel inventor In Arnold A.

rn St Lucie county. Samuels, 419 Phelphs street, who
has succeeded In transmitting what 5?
[(fcwiaton The Cl Clcwlstljn mill he believes are ether waves Into \ 1

the Southern Sugar' company electrical current, which has furnished (_IcTh 1"rfTh
Inched maximum capacity this the "Juice" to burn a little r..
|ek and Is now grinding 4.00 3-candlepower lamp day and night' ,
of cane daily for the last three! weeks.
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(Lake WorthPresident Hoovers Lake City The city commis- 1 j ;
\ signed a bill authorizing the sion has decided to place Lake \J e'U
tablishment of a coast guard sta- Hamburg in the same category as W '

|,n at or near Lake Worth Inlet, Lake Isabel and DeSoto the latterIn _

"rlda. the heart of the city, as a bird
-- sanctuary and as a place where
Daytona Beach-The Gore Pub- the sound of hunters' guns shall

Vhlng company, publishers of the be heard no longer.
ort Lauderdale Daily News andS REWARDfor

DeLand Sun-News", announcee Fort Lauderdale Support of
publication of the Sun Record Port Everglades and the recognition .
Daytona Beach on March 1. of the harbor as desirable to

serve the Greater Miami area are the best answers to this question: '
I of frozen I
Tampa Shipment Indicated by the Miami chamber of
[lorida orange Juice from the plant! commerce which unanimously
jf the National Juice Company, adopted a motion to that effect In ,
Jubsldiary of the National Dairy regular meeting.

roducts corporation of New York, What significant change has recently been made in
I to begin March 1, according to Gainesville-Sunday marked the _
r rrrrA r_ eaar -
announcement here. Inauguration of Boys' day in the ,ti

|st. Petersburg-pSt.- Petersburg's was Gainesville under the churches.leadership The of event the the wrapping of the CAMEL package containing 20 cigarettes and

]'ring season will be ushered In by Gainesville H-Y club and the spe- sem.r ::
i three-day festival of states cele- cial services In the various churches .

ration, March 26-28 with a pro- were attended by around one what are its advantages to the smoker?
tram of parades, fireworks displays hundred high school boys. .
pageants, queen's review and A

[jronatlon ball.Pensacola MariannaDredging and snagging ,
operations In the Chipola river -
Award of contract will be started Immediately, according -
First Prize
|">rr Improvements at Corry Field to a statement to Repre- 925OOO q
jo' Smith Engineers and ConstrucIon sentative Tom A. Yon of the third
company of Jacksonville at a Florida district by the board of Second Prize, #1O,4>OO Third Prize, #:., ,
pet; of $152,598 was announced in engineers for rivers and harbors.
telegram from Senator Duncan For this purpose the sum of $7,000 For the five next best answers I$I)4)4) each .

Fletcher Is being allotted. For the five next best answers JjjlftOO: each
I
i Miami BeachThe Tropical Caning Quincy-In spite of the cry of For' lie 2.; next best '''answers # OO eachCnmtltlnntt

f company of South Miami will, hard times, local farmers are purchasing -
gin canning tomatoes, fruits and' purebred hogs. They are WcttnemlayTune Night fSowrntitfj Contents Jrstdfes:

rust juices, employing 200 persons also purchasing purebred dairy; In the Cam flour .
[luring February. It Is expected the cattle. An order for 500 head 01 1 Answers limited to 200 words.
lant will operate throughout the Angora goats was sent in a few on N.B.C.l\.efrorh CHARLES DANA CinsoN
Reason without a shutdown. days ago. Local enthusiastic farm- 2 Write on one side of the paper only. i'anunt illustrator and
9.30 to 10.30 . .' Eastern' Time
ers are eager t<5 have the best regardless 8.30 to tf.30 . Central Time :I No entries accepted that bear a postmark later Publisher of "Life"
Pensacola. Work has been start- of the expenditure.
7.30 to 8.30 Mountain Time
d here on $75,000 tanks and for -=. I 6.30 to 7.30 . . Pacific TimeOeor than midnight, March 4, 1931. .

torage of whale oil from the Ant- Quincy-Crowning the efforts of tation 4 Contest "'open to everybody except enfployes and ROY W. HOWARD
arctic Miss Elsie Lafitte home
county
of, whale regions.oil was A unloaded$1,000,000 here cargo a demonstration agent, to secure a WJZ,WBZA. WBZ WHAM KDKA WJR, executives of It. J. Reynolds Tobacco Company and Chairman of the Board
WCAR. WLW.WKVA.WSJS.HWK! Howard r rS
few months ago. Another ship- satisfactory market for chickens Yr'JAX.'I'LA.WIOD.WREN. their families. Scripps Newspapers

ment Is expected soon. while the price of orders eggs makes have feed-been 11.15 to 12.15 . Eastern Time 5 In case of tics, the full amount of award will be
Ing unprofitable 10.15 to 11.15 . Central Time
MiamiThe elaborate estate on secured from the Florida State 9.1S to 10.15 . Mountain Time paid to each of the tying parties.O RAY LONG

Belle Isle occupied by President Women's College at Tallahasseefor 8.15 to 9.13 . . Pacific Time "rEtIl'denllnlerufltl"uallU"faaln'
Hoover It is not necessary to buy a package of Camel cigarettes -
on his pre-inaugural visit approximately 1,700 pounds. f'ontjiany ;
here Or r>Station in order to Any store that sells
two years ago has been sold compete. and Editor of"Cosmopolitan"AN

by J. C. Penney, chain store op- Quincy-Bell peppers will be one WI1AS.WSMB.WSM KTIIS.,WSB.WT.MJ.WMC KSTP WAPI, W WJD I.IIC*,. cigarettes will permit you to examine the Camel .

erator, to Charles W Crosby, of of the most important truck cropsin WKY WRAP. KPRC. WOAI. KOA. KHL. package containing 20 cigarettes.
New York. Gadsden county this season. One KTARKGOKECAKFSDKGWYOMD, !) STAFF
local grower raised as many as 76- KIIQ.KI'AO. All eitmmuntratlons must tta .I"_...." to Contort KdKor .

Jacksonville_The United States 000 pounds' on three acres last' II. J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO COMPANY, Hlntton-SaUm, N. C. i
Tariff Commission will investigate year. So interesting was this, that -
rates on fresh vegetables, according farmers came from many sectionsto

to information received early' view it. We just don't realize Contest only until MIDNIGHT MARCH 4 1931
this week by the Florida Agricultural what we can do here. open .1"
Tariff Association from Senator -

Duncan -U. Fletcher. policemen Miami-A started special work detail today of ten to (Winners will be announced as soon as possible after contest closes) ,

Pensacola Contract for Improvements clear the streets of beggars. Public I II I taxes in the Islands and Fort Myers A, battlescarredtigertoothed county this year will be consider Ily hied himself and family on the 83' 31 UNFOKTIINATF..S!

to pavements and Safety Director S. D McCreary 'county from here to the mainland. shark which was ably smaller than that of last year, bank of a stream about twelve AT HTTF.oil.! .V II).
drainage system at Corry Field, announced that mendicants, caught Outsiders keys have been inspecting thought by local fishermen to have because price of vegetables on the miles from Miami, built a palmettosack AT CIIATTAIIOOCIIKR'
involving an expenditure of more would be given their choice of i valuable locations with a view to met its death in a sea battle was northern markets have been unsat trapped animals for their -
than $100,000, probably will be let leaving for the north by train immediately around There were' 3.637 patelents In the
the certificates and washed ashore at Punta Rasna. isfactory. There will be hide, set out fish line In the
by the bureau of yards and docks, or being taken In a dally purchasing title, an easy procedure The monster was more than 10 feetlong 200 acre of watermelons In the creek and for himself and familyhas Florida state hospital for the insane
navy department within the next trip: on the patrol to the northern under perfecting present laws, the official ex- and was estimated to weigh county and acreage of other crops 'solved the unemployment at Chattahoochee on Jan. 1,
few !days. line of Dade county. about 1,000 pounds. C. M.> Gott will figure about as follows: Beans question. thin year. Dr. J. Q. Folmar, super
plained. veteran Fort Myers angler who 150, squash 75, tomatoes 40, Irish intendent reported to the board of
Lakeland_Lakeland will extend Ocala-According to C. II. Coulter discovered the fish said that it potatoes 25, and sweet corn, pep- commissioners of state tltutlona.!)
a hearty welcome to the Peoples district forester Florida For- wall cut and gouged In many places pers and cucumbers 50. During 1030 there were 1,361
Saving Bank a state institution, est Service James J. Taylor is now Live Oak Contract for the as If It had been ina( fight witha Miami-With continued favor-- new patients admitted to the hospital
Mch will open its doors In the 'setting out 13.000 slash pines near building of the bridgq! across the swordfish. He added that the able weather, tomato shipments and 669 released as restored
well-equipped building formerly Ocala. These trees are planted approximately Suwannee river at the edge of tiger-toothed shark was a rarity In Tampa- -Bob Holloway, said to have Increased slightly and the to sanity or Improved, the superintendent' -
let to be former resident of Akron 0., of most carlots) has Improved -
occupied by the Polk County Trust nine feet by nine feet Suwannee county has been these waters as It is generally a quality report stated. During
and in the Plant somewhat. Last week, total -
Company at the corner of Floridaand apart. Four men working on this Austin Brothers Bridge Companyof found quite a distance from shore. recently employed 1929 these figures were 1242 and
Main.QuincyRescinding. planting will set out from 2,000to Atlanta, the cost being $47- . City strawberry fields, was arrested shipment of Florida tomatoes 662; during 1928, 1,303 and 608;
2,500 trees a day, with the Improved 266.40. Work on the constructionof ,- at Plant City Friday and accused amounted to around] 120 carlots, an during 1927, 1,133 and 578; during
at once, Gainesville Elzle Nobles, 26 in a direct Information filed Increase of about CO over the move-
an order to planting equipment supplied the bridge Is to begin \ 1926 1.023 and 45O: ; during 1923,
to of who resided on the with County Solicitor Skinner of ment of the preceding week. A* a
discontinue all public Improve- by the Florida Forest Service which will be good news every- years age 919 and 458.
meats Issued by the city seven Tallahassee. one in this part of the state. The northern edge of Lochloosa lake, hooting the Goodyear blimp "May- result of heavier Imports demandfor The per capita cost of operation
I weeks ago city commission Monday bridge will likely be the most modem was shot and instantly killed Sun- flower" on January 29, near Cornet Florida tomatoes was somewhat was placed at 86 cents per day.
night voted to resume all work Canal Point-Residents of the span that will cross the Su day afternoon following a fight and lie will be brought to jair here slower during the first few Inventoried valuation of the Insti-
to haveIt altercation with his cousin Ray tomorrow. It was said. Chief of days of last week and several shipment
Provided for In the 1931 budget Including Lake Okeechobee region need not wannee and It Is expected tution, with Its 127 buildings 7.-
water mains and storm plan to be out of this country this completed sometime during the Castle, it was reported at the sher- Police McDougald of Plant City, were rolled unsold. Reports 968 acre of land all equipment j
ewers. summer through fear of lake ove>- approaching summer. iff's office last night. Officers who filed the Information. The blimp of A heavy' rain on the west coast wall placed at 203268862.
hurricane investigated the shooting said that was damaged by bullets while returning of Mexico later turned buyers to
eight physicians
:How. Even if there is a The hospital employs
Bradenton Red Cross officials Nobles quarreled with Castle aboutbuilding' to Its base In St. Peters- Florida tomatoes and demand to- ,
Canal such as technician
Point-R. L. Barwlck of there need be no disaster one laboratory
HOlloway A Barwick, ofiHoroairvlUe. that at Moore Haven in 1926 or here think it's a mean thief who a fence which would keep burg from the Orange Festival at word the latter part of the week one druggist three dentists, three
shippers off Noble's : Winter Haven. The shots caused wa fairly good. A large part of I
Ga. ''at south end of the lake In would steal food from hungry Caotle's hogs property dental assistant, one dental labo-
who has been the
riting at this has op. several reason. Work drought sufferers. While a BOX car A fight ensued. Nobles went home Ions of so much gas that the airship the shipment billed out Saturdaywere ratory technician nine graduate 1
1928 for
point recently
a I levees in September of vegetables and fruit stood on a and returned with a shotgun. He wa\ withdrawn from service. reported sold. Price have nurse. 30 pupil nurse, 10 bookkeepers -
left{ nUmber of worthless checks done on the lake to the
varied
Okeechobee siding waiting movement to Mc-> took a hot at Castle and missed. widely according and stenographers 25S
hands
of the trade and of last year by :
MiamiYears the Seminole of the stock. A few ears
somebody literally Castle returned the fire and Nobles ago quality 1
mong local : district put the lev- Comb Miss., attendants and 361 other workers.
them tradespeople. Among flood control themselves. They took 23 fell dead. A coroner's jury freed Indians lived! In palmetto thatch of six basket crate have changed ..
ever helped
1 local are two given to W. H. Vann, ees In better shape than they hampers of cabbage 17 hampers of, Castle stating that It was justifi- house built beside lake and hand at price ranging at $3.50
shipper, amounting to $900; were. potatoes and a quantity of oranges -' able homicide. stream In Florida and lived com- and $3.75 for fancy count and Each generation has at least one

Winter :::: tax certificates donated by Manatee> county'I fortably and contented, taking around $2.75 for choice on a cash- man called great because he men-
market Haven The grapefruit Key West-Delinquent todayon to the Red Cross. When Brooksville-,,Farmers of Her- their food from the streams and track basis. Several cars or only orize 2,300 blistering adjectives 4
here growers
In sale
London and Liverpool went on wood and making their clothes ordinary quality stock have been and cusses everything.
chief worth of lIe shortage was discovered. It nando county,are planting or pre-;
port and distribution centers upwards of $100,000 was made up by the bighearted paring approximately MO acres of from the skin of the animals they old on wire order. at prices Midget car came Just In the nick
"* County quickly
despite: England are holding firm property in Monroe county. A farmers and the car mov- spring crop, according to John killed. It.. stated that In the ranging $2.25 and $2.00 for fancy of time. The truck oow--day
'
Wata *" unusually heavy supply Clerk Rosa Sawyer said estate today.was ed forward on Its mission of re- Logan county agent. Ur. Logan Miami section a man who could county and around $1.30 for choice don't leave room for any other 9

to .be oran.resumed shipments from Spain large part of the real. he added. The Uet. lays that the spring crop in the find no work to support hi* fam- count. kind. .
early in February i Key West property

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nhi BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARKE Ji'LORln"+ FRIDAY _
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,I.,. D Wainwright, Mrs!A. Z. Ad THE UOMANLESS WEDDING STATE TREASURY MAY BE FILLED DiE

klns, Mrs. J. A. Long, Mrs. L. Wy- \ RISING RATS
BUT GENERAL FUND NOT SO BIG
U. S ,
Miss Petite France and Mr. .
man, Mrs. N. .Sternberg and Mrs. Ml> Iris, McRae. Cor.
America 1 SAYS STATE TREASURER KNOTT
Tommie Hawkins of DaytonaDeach. _-
request I --
your presenceat
Mr. Jack Ward and Mr. Town- BO do mice
once they .
their marriageat u "
-- I Having six and a half million MORE BEANS II.\VE BEEN send of Jacksonville, spent the SNAP. And they leave ,n,". ,.Ior, ",
dollars t<5 the state's credit in the COMING FROM FLORIDA week-end here with friends and hind. Don't take our "b1"
U. I>. C. MKET1NG The Woman's Club of Starke word Inc It.
VISITORS IIONOKKDMri. I treasury dotmi't mean a thing if AND PRICES ARE LOWER relatives. try a package.. Cats and d"lf" s 7
evening un
The W. T. Weeks Chapter of the FebruArv.Friday 27th 1931 the general fund is nearly exhausted. Mi., and Mrs. Hlldon Dunkley of touch It. lists pass up :ui Illod)\

U. D. C:. will meet at the home of J. E. Corpenlnff entertainedat at 8 o'clock. State Treasurer W. V. Knott Miami, Fla., Feb. 20.-A slight Jacksonville, were visiting Mrs., get KAT-SNAP. Three ',',.e,. I.

:Mrs S. F. Hamrlck next Wednes bridge Tuesday afternoon at her Wedding" said today. Increase in shipments of south Evelyn Crosby Sunday. S5o: size 1 cake ,
"The Womanless nth
This
day afternoon at 3:30: o'clock with home on Walnut street complimen- play, to be I Asked to explain where the state Florida beans has been accom- Mrs. J. D. Dobbs and Frazier Pantry Kitchen or Oil: fat

, Mrs. J. E Wilson and :Mrs. S. F. tlary to Miss Helen Bryce of promises a scream got all Its money in January, Mr. panied by a decline in prices. Ship- Shaw of the state farm, were visiting 63c size. 2 cake t
from start to finish. hllk"
Hamrick as hOHt s es. Bryceville.! Mrs. A. W. Stump and characters I Knott said automobile tag money, ments last week amounted to 63catlots ; relatives here Sunday. House, coopn, or mini) i, ., "
The cast of are as Idinty
Miss Marlon Stump of New York which the boat and Miss Thelma Underhill of Plant.
-- against general revenue ; including express, $1.25: size 5 cakes ,,
follows: IIIh ,for
F \PTIST U. M. N. MEETS Cit>". fund could not lay claim to a penny an increase of about 10 cars over City, was visiting friends and relatives -: all farm and out-building
Miss Petite France, the ,bride : <
Quantities of yellow Jonquils and accounted for more than $3- the shipments of the first week In in this'section Sunday. I buildings, or factory bllii""II\" .Innrt. :
Montieth.Mr
Mr. D. A.
The Baptist W. M. S. held their sweet peas in baskets and vases 000000. February. Quito a large crowd attended I Sold and Guaranteed ii. (

regular business and program made a pretty setting for this delightful V. S. America the groom- General Fund OH Prices paid at Pompano have church here Saturday night and Ing'p Drug Store, The \ i rptn,,,'
Dr.; W. R. MI<1 meeting at the church Monday afternoon affair of the While the grand total of all steadily declined during the last Sunday. I Store, Starke, Flu.t .
Mr. PAris France, father
at 3 o'clock. Mrs. E. M. Johns made high bride-Mr." funds of the state treasury as pub- few days. On Thursday of last I Miss Lizzie Harnagre of Water- --
J. E. Wilson.
Mrs G. P. Raymond presided< over score and Miss"Helen Bryce scored: Mrs. Paris France, mother of lished Thursday showed there was week, the demand was good and oak spent the week-end here with Lake Worth EH ,: ,
Plans made low Each were prenented prizes. two million! dollars the to $6.50 uncle and aunt Mr. and Mrs. "
the meeting. were over more on buyers bM price up her vices held for .
I' the brlda-Mr. Lenthal Wyman.Mr. opening n7.;;
for March week of prayer.An Guest prizes were given Mrs. A W.Stump .I the credit side of the ledger than and $7 for best grade Bountifulsand I E. M. McRae. shell in City Park.
London uncle of
England, .
interesting Home Mission Miss Marlon Stump and on December 31, a month earlier $4 and $5 for good Black Val- Mr J. W. Buddlngton and

}; program In charge of Circle No. 3/Miss Helen Bryce j I thn Mrs.brkle London Mr J.England A. Saul.j .aunt of, Mr. Knott showed the general revenue entines. These prices were apparently -I daughter, Knrnestine, who have r -S

was rendered."ME'rlIOD1ST. The hostess assisted by her sister ) fund to be nearly $300,000 higher than conditions in been vlmtlngf relatives here and In- I

-- - -.--- i Miss Patsy Brinson served a I the bridoMr. E. K. Perryman. worse off. On December 31, 1930, the markets warranted and prices teresting points In south Floridafor II

W. M. S. CIRCLESTO I tempting salad course. Miss Riga Russia jilted sweetheart the balance to the credit of the declined materially toward the end the past two months left Mon- I

UK ENTERTAIN I!, The guests were: Mrs. N. D. cf the groomMr.? L. D. general fund was $$937,881. A of the week. day for their home in Bradford, GUNSH'ELLS

1 i Wainwright, Mrs. C. A. Knight, Green month later this fund had shrunkto On Monday of this Week best R. I.I .
I'' The Harriet Peek Circle will Mrs F. F. Stump, Mrs. W. M. Aunt Africa, colored nurseMr.Nat $648,860.05. Bountifula were selling mostly at I Miand Mrs. Earl Edwards and

meet at the home of Mrs. F. I[. I Wainwright :Mrs. E. M. Johns Sternberg. I little dinner
The state's expenses! including $-i.50 and $5, and Black Valentines son of Starke were
Long Monday afternoon at 3:30: : Mrs N. Sternberg, Mrs. O. L. Beas- Mr. Leydan Holland ring bearer salaries of court judges over the around $4.SO although a few fancy I guests of Mr. and Mrs. W T. Cros-
o'clock with Mrs. A. Wood, as ley, Mrs. J. C. Robinson Mrs. J. L. Mr. Owen Griffin.
state, and all other general expenses -I lots sold as high as $5. by.
leader. The Noble White Circle i f Frazec, Mrs. A. W. Stump and Mr. Anglo Saxon, grandfather-I
incurred by legislative appropriations Quality of the shipments has Mr and Mrs. L. Dugger of Mac.
will meet at the home of Mrs T. Miss Marlon Stump of New Yo'rkCity Mi1. C. A. Futch. I be of bulk Mr. and Mrs.L. .
must paid 'out been generally fair with the clenny were visiting Closing out entire
lint .
Mrs. Anglo Saxon grandmotherMr. ,t
Alderman at 3:30: Monday J'I: and Miss Helen Bryce of the general revenue fund. of the stock showing up consider Crawford Sunday night.
Andrews.Mrs.
noon with Mrs. W. E. Middleton. Brycevllle.. .Hamp Madred Spain, a guest- This fund is only one of more ably better than a few weeks ago. Mr. and Mrs. Baxley of Jackson

leader ._ I Mi\ George Crews. ,. than 100 separate funds for which Yields are still rather light be- ville were visiting relatives here

the treasurer and comptroller must cause of the damage done by the Sunday. 65cBuy
SEW AND HO CLl'B MEETS PATRIOTIC TEA Mrs. Knowall a nelghb"or-Mr. J.
i
!. L. Peek keep an accurate.. account and bali cold weather' during January, although Mi'. E. J. Lewis spent the week-

N Members and friends of the Sew The ladles of the Methodist Mr. Rome Italy, train bearerMr. ance daily. I better yields are expected end with his daughter, Mrs. Newn

and So Club met with MissBetty church and a few invited friends Don Hoover. Tag Money Not Included around the first of March when Mott of Hellbronn. shells at this reduced

f Chamberlin on Tuesday evening. were entertained in the home of Mr. Montreal Canada, best man. Not a penny of the tag money 'growers start picking from the .

I After an enjoyable evening spent Mrs. J. H. Rltch, Friday afternoon -Mr. C. N. Christy. goes to the general revenue fund acreage planted during the latter TilE CHANGING TIMES price to .rid strawberry

silver tea. Miss Janeiro soloist Mr. Mr. Knott explained. The road department part of January. ----
with the hostess in sewing and at a lovely Brazil -
gets 75 cent of this Most of the shipments have been t191* fields of robins.
bridge, a sweet course was served The home was prettily decorated,. David Moore. per :
?t Those present were: Mrs D. P. for this affair with bright spring Flower Girl-Mr. O. L. Beasley. and the remaining 25 per cent is coming from the acreage on the Close the saloons and save the

'::1 Carpenter, Mrs. B. S. Carroll, Mrs flowers.A Bridesmaids-Mr. Joe Hoover distributed to the individual coun- east coast around Pompano with a boys.

H. C. Bitch Mrs. B. P. Vandlvlcre\ program was rendered" as follows and Mr. L. D. Vining. ties. The gasoline tax money is few cars and several express lots 1931: Starke Hardware &

Miss Florence Matthews Miss I Groomsmen-.Mr. H. C. Wall and handled In the same manner, with( !, from the acreage around Lake Close the garages and save the -

Eunice Perkins, Miss Madge Mid- Song--America. Mr. L. A. Davis. a somewhat more elaborate distri Okeechobee. Shipments from the girls Furniture Company

, r dleton, Miss Hazel Middleton and Reading About George Washington The Twins -.. Masters Tommie bution. The ,state treasury acts Lake Okeechobee section will probably iKey .

Miss Harriet rutch.i4 -Mrs. A Wood. Hitch and Jack Halle. only as custodian of such funds Increase considerably within West Local Crawfish Starke Florida

Piano Solos, (a) Les Sylvans by The UshersMr.. Broward L.ovelll I I until the departments" branchesof the next two weeks. hatchery to reopen..

DIIty..J. E. WIUJONESTEUTAISS Charmlnade; (b) Moonshine by and Mr John Redgraves. i iI government delegated authority According to a recent estimate !, r --------- --- --

: to spend such funds draw them of the Bureau of Economics ._. -. _U _--- .
McDowellMrs II V. Knight, The :Minister-: Judge A. Z. Ad- Agricultural i I ----- --- ---- -

Readings, (a) Charles Williamsat I kips out again. Mr. Knott said they the acreage of the spring ;. I

Sweet peas intermingled with the Circus; (bl) Christopher Columbo sometimes come In one day and crop will be cut about 40 per cent

c fern and other spring flowers were -Dorothy Smith. I, go out immediately almost before from that planted last sorines. The ! Grocery Specials

i used by Mrs. J. E. Wilson In decorating Vocal selection (a) Bnona Notte THERESSAMllila theInk is dry on the warrants. difficulty of obtaining fertilizer and

her home where she enter- by Ethel Bert; (b) Moonlight Mea- the discouraging financial returns

tained members of her bridge club dows by Alphsons Czlbulka--Mrs. \ ftnllUnn, Cor. VOLt'SIA FAIR from the fall crop were the reasons "

i, Wednesday afternoon. D. E. Knight Mrs. R. J. Davis Mrs.E. COMPLETE HI'CCESSDeLaiul cited for the probable reduction 10 libs. Sugar white sacks 50c
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t Several progressions of the game 1<:. Perryman and Miss Florence Mr. J, J. Zeigler was a visitor to ----- of the spring acreage. I i ,

fi r were enjoyed and scores were add- Matthews, accompanist Mrs, E. M. Gainesville Friday. Feb. 23.-The Volusia( According to the federal report, I

ed. Mrs. A. Z. Adkins held high Davis.A Mr. and Mrs, Jim Butry of Jack- County Fair which closed Satur- plantings in the Lake section are I' Pure Creamery Butter
pound 'J2cVison's
among the club members, and Mrs. sweet course carrying out the sonville are visiting Mr. and Mrs. day at midnight passed into his- expected to be about 1.500 acres 'I 'II per un ,

t! J. A. Long high for the guests. idea of George Washington's birth- W. T. Wallace. tory as a complete and glorious less than last season. The acreageIn *

Each were presented a gift. day was served. Small hatchets Messrs. James Trlest and A. L. success with these. records to its Palm Beach county where a \ ) Hams % cured; Ifa. 18c I

The hostess served chicken a la were uqed as favors. Mrs. Ritch Sullivan were transacting businessin credit. large part of the spring crop is I : ,

.1 a king, pineapple salad and coffee. was assisted by her daughters and Hampton and.Starke Friday. Broke attendance record each usually grown is expected to

Those present were: Mrs. A. 25.Adklns Mrs T.J. Griffin in serving. Mr. Cecil Moore returned to his day and night' from 800 to 2,000 amount to 4,000 acres this spring. : 'WHITE BACON, per pound J5c

t'' Mrs. J. M. Mitchell Mrs. E. Those enjoying the tea were: home in Arcadia Wednesday after dally. Total spring plantings for the state

'i Burns, Mrs. J. A, Long, Mrs. W. M. Mrs.. T. J. Alderman, Mrs. L. Wy- spending several days with his parents Grand stand tilled eight out of ate estimated at 15,000 acres but ; BACON PLATES, per pound 12c

Wainwright, Mrs. O. L. Hayes Mrs. man Mrs. O. L. Haynes, Mrs. T. T. Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Moore. ten performances. this includes 3,000 acres around

L. -Wyman, Mrs. II. C. Wall Mrs Long, Mrs. D. P. Carpenter, Mrs. Mrs. Moore and little son, left Largest poultry show by 400 Pompano from which most of the I 21 lbs. Great Western Flour, self rising Tae

N. Sternberg, Mrs. C. A. Knight, Edward Bums, Mrs. Chamberlin Sunday for Atlanta where she will birds ever held In south. shipments are now coming. Total

and Miss Mabel Weller. Mrs. A. Wood Mrs. R. J. Davis visit her parents for a few days Track records broken In trottingand plantings in the state last spring : 24 Ibs. 'White 'Water Rose Flour, selfris. SOC;

Mrs. W. F. Jones, Mrs. D. E. before returning to Arcadia. pacing clipping off seconds were estimated at a little over 20,-

BIRTHDAY PARTYIs Knight, Mrs. J. F. Colley, Mrs. T. Mr. end Mrs. Everett Sullivan until it stands at 2:10: 14. 000 acres. j 8 lbs Swift's Jewel Compound 933lbs.

+ J. Griffin, Mrs. O. W. White, Mrs. and little son, E. J., Misses Lucille Fastest official mile ever made Most of the Intended acreage

Eloise Hayes celebrated her A. W. Anderson, Mrs. Sam Anderson and Hazel Sullivan, were visitorsto by auto on half-mile dicta track around Lake Okeechobee is already $ MEAL OR GRITS tic

eighth birthday February 22nd at Mrs. Carl Johns Mrs. E. M. Theressa Sunday afternoon. Instate by 1-lOth second. planted and If favorable weather I

the home of her parents Mr. and Davis, Mrs. E. S. Matthews Mrs.J. Mr..'and Mrs. Rupert Zeigler 'off I Thousands of automobiles moved -continues, shipments from that sec- Del Monte of La Touraine Coffee. lb. .?/g

Mrs. C. B. Hayes. W. White Mrs. Hamilton Hitch Gainesville were the guests of J. J. dally and not. the slightest accident tion should increase during the

A color scheme of pink and white Mrs. E. M. Johns, Mra. T. B. Mas- Zelgter Friday afternoon. I next two weeks and become rather CHARMER COFFEE fir

} was carried out in the decorations die, Mrs. J. A. Long, Mrs. M. E. Mr. and Mrs. M. Leviton and No cars stolen from the twentyone heavy toward the middle of .1

and In the refreshments. Favors Edwards., Mrs. Joe Hoover, Mrs. Mrs. H. L. Brbwnlee, Jr., were the acres of parked cars. March. PURE GROUND COFFEE. pound !ficI'

were small pink and white baskets Robert Demorest Mrs. O. L. Beas- guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. Sullivan Only one arrest on grounds, late

filled\ with candy. ley, Mrs. F. H. Long Mrs. W E. Sunday afternoon. at night; only\ ne accident; racing GOL ()-MERRILL' 'Waldorf Toilet Pang *rj

'i Thirty young guests enjoyed Middleton, Mrs. L. A. Davis Mrs.E. Mi. end Mrs. S. R. Swindell, driver fractureyVk-g': when spilled I. Mr. Franck C. Gould Silver

e' this happy occasion with the young K.: Perryman Mrs. H. V. Knight, Willis Swindell and James Trlest from a sulky.Commercial.... Lane, Conn., and Mrs. Amanda L. No. 2 Cans String Beans WrNo

} .hostess. Mrs. J. H. Hitch, Misses Folrence were visitors to Starke Saturday' concessionaires did Merrill, Plymouth, New Hampshire -

Matthews Olive Kay, Harriet atternocn. double the business. done else announce their marriage at 2 Del Mnntp Gn/rlpn Rnntnm J..I'
C.nrn
BIRTHDAY PARTY Rltch Amelia Ray.CIRCLE Ml' and Mrs. C. Sullivan and where r andJohnny Hampton Florida Wednesday, =

children, Percy and Felix and L. J. JOB M shows played to February 25th, 1931.
2 No. 2 Monte Earlu 3-Hc:
A delightful birthday party was Garden Peas
M.
Gaines were In Starke Sunday record business Rev. J. B., Ackley of Burnside,
given Monday Feb. 23 by Miss NO. S OF BAPTISTW.

Doris Kruse In honor of her 7th M. S. ENTERTAINSCircle afternoon.Miss Eula Mae Swindell of Keystone Manager the happiest Earl W.man Brown In Is Florida probably Conn.mony, performed in the presen.the wedding. of a cere-few 1 0 lhc. Irish Potatoes3 ?9r.
;
ip birthday. Heights was a visitor to that this success was obtained In a ,friends.. -
No. 3 of the Baptist W.
Those attending were Misses
Theressa Saturday night. period when general business con- Mr. Gould Is president of the Silver -
M. S. hostess to circles No 1
Virginia Anderson, Joyce and was Pounds
Mr. R. C. Williams of Brooker ditions of Lane Pickle ONIONS 1Or
the nations the of
are worse Company East
and No. 2 afternoon at the
Eloise Hayes, Sarah and Juanita Friday
was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. F. Hartford Conn.
ever known. he Is ,
Barefoot, Virginia Williams\ Bettty home of Mrs. 0.' W. Alderman.The Already plan-
Fender Sunday.Mr. for Mr. and Mrs. Fresh String Bean Tomatoes. Lettuce Cel'ern
4 ning a bigger and better fair Gould will visit ,
Lee Kruse Leonard two large living rooms
and Helen
s Louis Awford has moved his next and points: of interest In
year the erection of ad- Florida
where the received ontheir'wedding Carrots. Beets
Smith, Mack Futch, Othma guests were here
family from Graham. We welcome I
ditional to take trip. II
buildings of -I II
care ,
decorated with baskets and
Haynes, Jack Halle, David and were Mr. Awford and family to our '
,Coolidge Gasaett, and Albert bowls filled with sweet peas, calen community. the exhibitors many of.whom were I Complete Line Crates and Cups

Cruse dulas and redbud. I Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Sibley have crowded. out this year; CUDS. 500 Lots .. __ &.'1.2.;

Games were played and prizes An Interesting program was I moved to Brooker. We regret very 'san'dy Hiss 666LIQUID

awarded to the following: Leon- given as follows: much to lose Mr. and Mrs. Also
Sibley She: tk n/t you known there are a complete stock of Atlantic
ard Smith, Othma Haynes, Coolidge Instrumental solos (al) PolonaiseIn from our community, but wish tn'ktasingt"h'II OR TABLETSCure I
and David Gassett. Those as- F by Gebhardt: (bl) Flapperetteby germs '. & Gulf, No Filler Brand
them the their '
greatest in Colds
success He: When I kiss,.:I kiss hard Headaches Fever .
1/
sisting Miss, Doris, were Mrs. G. Greer-Miss Ethel Griffin. "

C. Bryant Mrs. B. McWaln Miss Readings (a) Bluebird;: "(b)"Sal- new Mr home: Eugene Heiberger. of Jacksonville $ enougli Mele Parts.\\tb'; kill! the, germs.p:: 666 SALVE '3.9.31,200 Ibs. T: --- --.---'r "'.uuu.:;i-- ---- $2.7 I

Grace Alvarez and Mrs. G. C. ly's Funeral-Mrs. I... O. Powell. ,was the guest- of Mr. Clyde- .---- CURES BABY'S COLD : 5-7-5. 200 lbs. _._ _ __ __:__..__. .____JZ:: ____ $.1.10
Kruse. Vocal solos (a) Go Little Song -- --
The birthday cake was cut by by Oley Steaks; (bl) Out of the Hersey Mi. Sunday afternoon. "Fopon o)' i.icK\si>ia FOR nittnFoitn COVNTYh Acid Phosphate 200 Ibs _______""._.._..:____ $1.73

;Miss Doris and ice cream and cake Dusk to You by See-Mrs. J. D. Hampton Clyde Hersey Sunday'afternoon.was a visitorto ..."nO'"rt been n..d"* U".n''M with the'Issued eo""ty hy judge till>, tn lnr*: collector the ""I"duplicates* h i. inning
were served. Novelty candy was Doyle. Miss Daisy Moore of Clearwater, A.first n.,dev IM1<>t January; A. D. 1t31,.and ending: on the Slut day of January AM MO-PO, per 100 lbs. __ _____-______ $.JO;
to all. The guests than Invited to .__
were
given I
was the guest Sunday and Monday C S MEAL.7
cent Brinht
inspect a mlnature LaFayette Park of her parents, Mr. and Mrs No. 1.1. Whom Granted For What Purpose Per. t.lcennen Amt. I per u_ _M_ S/.7J
I MRS. If. C. WAI.LENTEItT.lNS Washington.. D. C., containing .
'D. W..Moore. < TT. C Wall.N: York
Life insure
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5 I Have nice lot of Home
the famous "Washington Wishing to-t.ao Cured Hams Shouldersand
Mr. and Mrs. Karl Chattier of NTrTan 10.1-31 a.oo ,
in miniature. M it C. wan. ______ Fire *
Tree. also They Jacksonville, visited Mrs. Chat- *re''"'' lee. ____ 10-1.30 10-1-31 I Side 11aconCARL'S
A delightful bridge party was were Instructed to make a wish, 'tier's sister Mrs. H C. Wall ,. __"l"w Ynrk Pnder-- 8.00 ,I I
Ed. Sullivan\ Sat
;; given by Mrs. H. C. Wall Thursday take a cherry from the tree and .____yZXZTXZ C,,.. -- '".t.;Otlr-I.U! I
urday afternoon. V n. P Wall :.._ In.. Co_ JIr-t- O to-I-H J 8J
afternoon at her home on Cherry find the contained therein. H. I
answer
street. The guests who were as follows I Mr. ,David Moore returned Sat !J M- C.: wall&zz ysszr r.o... -- l"-I-3 1M-at( 3.00 I j CASH CORNERPhone

: urday from Clearwater where he ___
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The rooms of the lower floors of enjoyed a chicken salad course 4 H. C. Wall London I
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been for
the past four months : :"l" .
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the home "' '' I Starke Fla. We Deliver
and
was open ensuite with hot tea. Favors were tiny n.l.an II1.j.U ,
Mr "II n, f". ; _.0)__ 3.011
i and Mr.. Rufus Crosby of wan _"""" island Tnll. Co-n.l$0 10-t-n !
tastefully decorated with early silk American flags: "1 H. C. Well ._____*"rl..ul'lIrl\l tp. Co. a.oo
spring flowers consisting of sweet Mrs. J. E. Wilson Mrs. G. P. I Starke Sullivan, visited Mr. and Mrs. Ed' '3 H, C. wan _______N..';; ...rn.uran". 10.130 10.t.81 a.oo -- u_______ I

peas blossoms narcissi and Mrs. W/ Saturday. ------Mn'ylane _- .10.1-30 10-I-at 300 :: =='
pear Raymond L. Wall. Mrs.R. Mr. and< Mrs. Ed. Sullivan werevisitors 'r H. tt Wan Ca.o.Hy

petunias.1 A. Newsom Mrs. N. D. Bum- I to JacksonvUle one day 'It, n. *>ViV !M"s-I'VaM, i n Surety' f"o,.'. ;in:tin l:= }Ic In:\ :a'ne I -- ---- ----- --- --- -- -- - ----------- .-
After several
progressions of the Mrs. S. L. Peek Mrs. S. F.Hamrlck '
garner last week. 4 "\'( '-"' .::"r/h ItlvO'r% In.,. <:0. -_ "' -1.80 1/1-.31 8.00
4' game scores were added and prizes Mrs. W. J. Epperson . 54 n. f". Watt '-__"__ ."" .. r..vnlera. I". '-0.' 10.1-"& M"1< 3.00
awarded the winners. Mrs. C. A. Mrs L. Q. Hemingway Mrs. L. O. '1 if. no' w.\\ 1.p,---U...a.t F I Cety A Guar.f4 :: _
Money<< Absolutely V'a.ted"Why 10-1.80 1O.I-U
Knight made high In the club. Mrs.J. Powell. Mrs. G. W. Alderman. Mrs. H.,C.U. Wail t--...--rlIt': Jr Deposit( .00 BATTERY 'SERVICEAt

E. Corpening was the high guest O. C. White, Mrs. G. D. Goodman the sad expression?" S4 C'. w.n ------Amertcan++ 11".t.r.,. 10..30 10-I.ao 1II-1-st 3.011 .
10-1-31
Mrs. Tommle Hawkins honor Mrs. P. M. Barefoot, Mrs. G. H. "I bought one of those books '0 C. Wan ____FI.t..llty A Guaranty a.oo

guest was presented a gift. Bennett Mrs. E. E. Johns. Mrs. called 'How to Make Love' and now 1t H. C. Wan -----__ Ilty"el...Caaualtj___ 10-1-80 to-t-st .00

The hostess served her guests, Priest. Mrs. O. J. Griffin Mrs. G I don't know what to do." 'SI 8 mn.t.. C' __ _-.-.- tO-1-30 10-l-Jl\ ..00 Smith's Service Station
who were as follows, a sweet C. Cheat-
Conner. Mrs. J. D. Doyle. Miss "Well can't you read? ham ,
- -*-Merrha.nl tA-t-IO 10-1-ftt S. .
course: Ethel Griffin, Miss Etta Ttson. Mrs. "Sure. It says to take the lady's -3 F. W Re.ner ,byte u- _-__-__-______ tO-t-10 to-l-ai 8.00 00 X I.to 50 I

Mrs. C. A. Knight. Mrs. J. E. J. 1Pitta, Mrs. Louis( Kahr Mrs.E. sand, look Into her eyes,.and say. y./0- AOardlner.. County Judeand C. Authorized Wlllard Dealer
A.
Corpenlng Mrs. J. E. Wilson Mrs D. Card. Mrs. G. C. Bryant 'I love you Beatrice." ">f ... County do certify that the fnr.l oing. l I. correct.Knight Tax Collectorday I

O. I. Bel\ ley. :Mm. W. M. Wainwright Mrs. Lelth. Mrs. A. M. Darby, Mrs. "WeUf" (or(1Iv.n February. under our A Do"Yill."n. <1 oflclal ..". of County .Tlld.... thl. led l BATTERIES IN STOCKt

; Mrs. O. L. Haynes, Mrs. W. It.. Perkins and others. "My girl's, name Is Clara" OKO.. A. GARDINER. COUft'I'.ll1d.
C. A. KNIGHT Tax Collector., -
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.Sy FEm UARY 27, 1931 BKADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE. FLORIDA
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szseszszszstsrszszseszsz'asts Miss Marion( Stump of New k,1 I II ( around h-: j: The
pounds and hear about
---- -- -- Club Boys WantedTo I grown garden more we see
N. Y., Mrs. O. U I Mrs. L. I ,
Beasley
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1 fenri- and chicken yard. When It congress the more we understand
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A. Davis and Miss Lucille Mitchell I .OIUU.CT I II Plant Crotalaria I I
forefathers their
Bits of motored to Keystone Heights Mon- I .- I I was known that t had them, 1 I I In why providence.A our put trust

day and had lunch at Keystone (By L. T. Dyer, County Agent.) have had many Inquiries and could
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, Inn. Since Crotalarla has proven "'0' have sold car loads of them. How
Florida posses more than 30,000 few rows of sweet corn or
I lakes. valuable as a soil builder and alsoas ever I am saving them for the cowpeas in tomato fields will art'

j4xai: Nev&Concerning State Manager Miss Myrtle Otis Florida 1 Is the largest producerof a seed crop for market, the corn club Boys boys.this Is a real opportunity as a trap for worms.
Crump of Tampa and State Drill
I cattle In the east. club boys are being offered thin asa Parents, don't neglect It. Let the
Captain Mrs. Crezanzy have beenin club project this Madison --- Merchants and Farm-
Tampa is the largest manufac- year. have for Crotnlarl.i.
boy an acre
; Our People, Business and Starke this week working with turer of cigars in the world. Boys, I must have 100 boys In Bank of this city opened for busi
I and! help him with It, and let him I I!
the Starke Winners forthe competitive the Crotalarla club this NowIs ness. .
Progress of the County and Town.125Z5H5c5ie Florida possesses the largest I yetvr. have what lie makes out of it after '
I work fo be put on at the the time to get started with it, I I .
narcissus bulb farm In the United I --------- -
expenses are palil.
W. O. W state convention on Mar. \ .
Select where will ,
___ __..........__.....,....... .J}!1 9th at Gah es\lle. States. I want a good acre you Remember we must have 100 '\ 4
SHSei ita-imr i cacaca"UUATIIER '- 57525252fi5 is:S'.525Z5ZS'5SZSdSc ,. In Silver Springs" Creek, Florida your acre of corn next year. boys in the Crotalaria Club this : .t '
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RECORD 1 of Jacksonville, spent the week-end possesses the only river In the Get eight or ten pounds of need' year In Union and Bradford coun- ,
I Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Stump and world navigable to Its source. and plant about the first of April.It ties i
I with land Mrs. H, C. Wall.
Misses Marion
daughters Stump
I'
The of manufacturing ice Is to be planted In rows about
Starke branch, U. : I process +------
i.j) by [
and Barbara Stump, of New York
2 1-2 feet and
Department. I I was discovered, by a Florida physician apart given-two or Panama City - Panama Machinery I (
v N. Y., after Mr. and Mrs. '
,tiding Feb. 25, 1931 Mrs. Junius Smith and Mrs. II visiting; ,I Df.'John B. Gorr!., I' three aiding to keep down grass tk Supply Co rl'c'lve.bltl\ (
r C. Wall ,were guests of Mrs. M: L F. F. Stump, Wednesday for I I F'lorldprodu'es M percent of and weeds. Do not fertilizer: nor fIr Installation. of plumbing fixtures : ., ,
Miami\ Palm Beach and Columbia
Max Min. Precip Granger of Waldo Tuesday. I the phosphate mined m the United plant anything else with It. i for Southern Draft Corporation. -
S. C., where they will visit before i !
54 I Plant hand in thin
64 by row or .
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69 42 -- Edwin and Inman Green spent returning. to their home... .. .. . Approximately tl"> '100.000 acres use sorghum seed plate. with some I SpilnRfleM\ A. T. Brown Drug .. .
65 37 Friday in Gainesville with Mrs. D. ---- -- of Florida area are covered with I I holes stopped.! It requires only 7 or I Co., held forninl services for\ opening : ,1.. '
Mrs. Lacy Rigdon of Tampa, attended : :
71 39 J. Clark. forests nnd second g('iowth timber. i i1"lorhJ'l'II 8 pounds to plant: an acre. of new drug store on Fourth ..-' ;
72 42 .07 the funeral of her father,, In the fall, the seed are to be I . -
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Mi1. A. G. Brown ,< I
60 53' .22' Mr. and :Mrs. J. A. Long and son, at Sampson City annually are valued at $ t>7.000-, picked by hand and hulled by St. Augustine -- Korst Electric ;/..;..:... ,/ :I
:57 51 Jack, motored to Jacksonville Mon Wednesday and spent Thursdaywith j: heating out or by use of a pea or Shop!; Installed huge neon sign fort'onca's ,? -
Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Rigdon be- 000.The "Y/:: Jr
day afternoon. first trunk line railroad in bean huller. One acre handled, Sweet Shop on I'alhedrnlPlace ,
Tailor .hop Clean- ------- fore returning' home Thursday af Florida was constructed\ between 1 properly will produce from 500 to I I 1 ; ;)

s leasing.. 11-14-tf. A scream! the farce, the "Wom- ternoon. Fernandina and Cedar: Key. SCO pounds of seed. : .tupiti'r nivdirtnx' v .. rut stinted t - .. -

anless Wedding," presented blWoman's With one exception, Okeecho- 1 The seed are high priced andscarce. on channel here i : .. f/
I Mr. and Mrs. Homer Cowilen of ,
5b d Mrs I*. A. Davis will Club of Starke, at the+ bee Is the largest lakewholly within Tho demand/ has neverbeen I I I ,lON''X- (
Laramie, Wyoming, were In Starkefor ,
,en, in week-end in Fernandina.ma club building, Feb. 27th, 8 p. m. the United States supplied yet. Tho seed are
s Admission, 25c and DOtf. Come and i, a few hours list Saturday, Polk and IMnellas ,nunties, each, I selling at from 30 to 50 cents per

M. Mrs. W. J. Epperson vls- forget your cares. calling on their former fellow- liave a population today as great I pound this year. If they sell for-

'eC' i ,lacksonvllle Tuesday. I townsman, Rev. George H. Lowry. as that of the entire state in 1830. from 20 to 2:), cents per pound
They are making a tour of Florida" I 1 I
------ Mr. W. T. Shiver of Jennings' Florida originally was divided Into I next year, you can very easily fig Kcw8cBREAD E
Collard. Cabbage and Onion spent the week-end in Starke with and other southern states. two counties, St. Johns and Ea- ure what your acre would produce.I .

I ants! J. F. Klckliter, relatives.. cambia. gave one club boy one pound of Chiffun"Stocking
Mr. R. W. Blacklock, State Boys
Lake county possesses the larg seed last spring and he plantedthem.

Col. J. I* Frazee was a business, Col. and Mrs. A. S. Crews spent Club Agent, with Mr. L. T. Dyer, est known deposits of diatomite In From the patch he has sold 785
county agent, visited the boys'clubs $1 .OO worth of seed and has
Wednesday the world.
kisitor in Tallahassee the week-end in Madison with Mrs ;
at Brooker, Hampton, Starkeand Ponce de Leon discoverer of enough on hand to plant about two Flatters Lovely
-- J. R.
Mrs.- Sam Anderson and Mrs. Kelley. Lawtey on Thursday of this Florida, was a member of Christo- acres. He has had orders for car Made with milk Wearers t

-uls Kahr visited friends at the Mrs. E. M. Johns returned from week and report very favorable pher Columbus' crew on the tatter's load lots but of course could not
outlook for boys' club work In the fill them. baked Very sheer,for the high
second Perfectly
gstate farm Monday. Tampa Thursday after a week'svisit voyage.
More than 100
this
county year. the twist takes
By shine
growing
with Mrs. Marlon Hendry. Florida possesses 204 varietiesof crop on your away
Chufas. Velvet Beans, Sorgum boys have enrolled. trees native to the soil and an acre and following with corn next sndmakesitlookohsu ;,
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Sand Millet Seeds. J. F..Kickliter. Miss Madge Middleton and Mist Starke friends of Mr. and Mrs. additional 60 or mare Imported varieties year, It will Increase your yield of Look for the triangleson lJ. sheer! longer r wearing:

Hazel Middleton visited Mrs. C. D. Wyche Getzen of Bushnell, will be are growing in the state.In corn on an average of around 20 the bread you buy too,silk from top to toe,
to 30
Pearl Manning spent the Farm Sun one year Florida farmers bushels without other fertilizer
state
Miss Whitaker at the interested to learn their daughter, with self piece cJge.FRFNCIt .
If handled.
weekend at the state farm with afternoon. marketed $80,000.000 worth of properly M
day
Joan, is convalescing at the residence -
Mrs. Moaely. from less than 2,000,000 Next fall we will put on an ex- .
hei+ 1st" crops I HEEl.t1.tO
of Mrs. Getzen's Mr.
parents
hibit of Crotalarla und
advertise
---- S. acres of land.
Mrs. A. H. Fripp of Columbia ,
and Mrs. J. B. Brooks In Gainesville -
MI, and Mrs. B. Jacobs and Miss C., is the guest of her soninlawand recent Illness. The distance from Pensncola to. the boys' seed. We will pool thorn A Qdattstirci the par
I Miriam Jacobs spent the day in daughter, Mr. and Mrs. L. G. following have Key West by rail !Is approximatelythe 'n
|JrH" mvillo Sunday. Powell. Mrs.been in Getzen Gainesville and daughter for the past same as that from New York to I This year, I saved about 1T:>0 n M.n.on A .......'"

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snuash Cukes, Watermelon, Peanut Seed, Florida, Spanishand week. .. .. Fuller's Garth mine on the | f--a- peninsula I and county I on th, oJ.'3.!f-....'.... l
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and Sweet Pep- outskirts of Quincy, In Gadaden lower West Coast, Is tho only term
Icanlalope I
Tomato North Carolina, corn seed, yellow Florida Bakeries loc
HAMILTONMrs. : Central :.
i Its kind In all the tongues ot C NYxsiLK -ret')':ir. isdl.fiO
|pe weds J. 1C Kickliter. and white dent, Snowflake, Sil- county Is the largest of its kindin \ lof
man. 41..14'"
vermine. Truckers Favorite, Hastings O'June Adkins who has the world. Ml.'j.l
V and son, The first governor of Florida af Forty-seven per cent of all the
- Mrs C Simpson Prolific and Stowels Ever been spending a few months with STERNBKRG'S
I Earle if Gainesville, visited rela- green. J. F. Kickliter. I her aunt, Mrs. McDaniels of St. ter Its purchase from Spain later varieties of trees which grow Ir TOLIEY QUALITY CAKE
became President of the United North America north of Mexico Starve Florida
|lives In Starke Tuesday. Petersburg, returned to her home Uaticiouily Oiffrruntl ,
and the West Indies are native to
Mi1 and Mrs. J. R. Boring, Jr., here last I Saturday.:: States.
Mrs I A Long and Mrs R. J.. and little son, of Jacksonville, are Walter Jones, has assumed One of the first railroads constructed Florida. 1S'J'I'AM 1- 4

I Preston motored to Jacksonville guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Andrews charge of the filling station In the In the United States was The Coast and Geodetic Survey I'KKSSINti COMPANY :

I SaturdayMrs Jr. eastern part of town that has recently that between Tallahassee and St. says Florida possesses 1,221 milesof
been vacated by Mrs. M. L. Marks. coastline washed by the watersof SUITS CLKANKI n, 1'RKSSKD AND RESHAPED I:

T J. Griffin and Mrs. A., S. Mrs. T. B. Massle and son, Tom, Bostwick. The streams and lakes of Florida the Atlantic and 2,530 touchedby
the Gulf of Mexico. .1. PrankIt"uttlI'"mc 52
I Crews were visitors In Gainesville Mrs. N. Sternberg, Mrs. J. A.,Long; occupy approximately 2.000 acres, I ,
[Saturday Wednesday or approximately one-fifteenth. of -
and Mrs. O. L. Beasley spent
Dedication services -
Lake Worth
Jacksonville.Mr. the state's area. I
Bush and Pole Butter Beans, al- in held for new band shell in local Florida has an area of 35,111,010acres II

Iso Ford Hook Lima. J.,F. Kickliter, L. F. Surrency and sonMr.E. park. of which only 2,207,271 have

L. Surrericy of Apopka, spent Jacksonville for Stockton- street Formal Market openingheld & been utilized for agricultural pur- I SPECIAL FEB. 27th AND 28th

Mrs E M. Johns and daughter,, Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. P. M. poses.
located at 879 Stockton I
( Gloria visited In Jacksonville Saturday Barefoot. Grocery Florida possesses three ports
street. with channel depth of 30 feet or I

Mrs. F. G. Schell, Mrs. T. J. Dyer Murray Hill -.-- D.his B. Miller Whid-held more and seven ports with a depthof Pillshur 's Pancake Floar! 2 25c
services for new packages
Mrs D P Carpenter, Mrs. T. T. and Miss Coffin of Lake Butler,, don opening Cash Store at 1186 Edge ave- 21 feet or more, I i:!: : -

Long and Mrs. B. S. Carroll spent visited Miss Pearl Jordan Sunday Florida shipped 33,057: carloadsof 1

Saturday in Jacksonville.Mrs afternoon. nue.Tampa Plans being considered oranges, 25,840 carloads of! Have pancakes for breakfast tomorrow-make: the best with Pillsbury's
grapefruits and 2,462 carloads of
for establishing new Federal of-
J O. Traxler of Jacksonville Mrs. G. C. Bryant has as her tangerines last season. "
fice here. Helm 1:ciz Heinz
The word "Pint-lias", the name I
W. E. Mc-
was the guest of Mrs. her mother, Mrs. John
guests Miami Better Bread Co., Inc.,
.
Middleton for the week-end. Lauchlln and aunt, Mrs. S. E. capitalized at $10,000 filed articlesof Pork and Beans I i Ieis Spaghetti
-- -- Crbsswell of St. Matthews, N. C. incorporation.Lake II i!ey

Bean Seed Giant -Strlnglosa,, Worth - Local power INFLUENZA
Tennessee Bountiful and Valentine returned to ra: ?- O n N
S. E. Gibson nJ
Mrs. for determ- : .
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J. F Saturday I plant being surveyed SPREADINGCheck I 'i't "'nn N ... 21 25c
large
Kickliter. ,, !
her home In Mulberry and Im- - - - - - -
ining amount of repairs 11..".....'..&. ..'u... _"' ,."
after a visit here with Mrand. Mrs. provements needed. Colds at once with 660.I" lI""at)


Ing.Is Miss the guest Helen of Bryce Mrs. J.of E.Brycevllle Corpen-,, I J. Mr.F. Colley.and Mrs. Jack Murden., and River recent Co., Junction filling'station date of-new Constructionon here.StandardOil Use Take 666 it Halve as .a. '(preventive for,! liable 3 small - 25c 3 small - - 25c 3 small - - 25c


son, Jackie Joe, of Savannah Ga.,
Miss Melrose Jordan of Wrights- were the guests of Mrs. Murden's

ville,Ga., Is the guest of her sister, parents Mr: and Mrs.. J. M. Al- MAIDEN HLVSH t
Miss Pearl Jordan.

- varez, Thursday. Butter Jar 17cFull
Apple Quart - - -
Mrs. -
J. E. Corpening, Mrs. E. M. Mrs. E. S. Matthews, Mrs. W. E. ,

Johns and Miss Helen Bryce visited Middleton, Mrs. H. C. Ritch, Miss .
-
Glen St Mary Monday. Florence Matthews and Miss Cream Assorted New Atlantic

-- Middleton spent SaturdayIn
Everyone wants to see a Womanless Madge Jacksonville.Mrs. I
Cheese JELLO MATCHES
Wedding Friday evening,

Feb 27 at Woman's Club house Is A M. Richard and Mrs. K.

your chance. Don't miss It. B. Norman and little daughter, Annie Pound23c3pkgs2Ic} 4pkgs.-----25c

Katherine were guests of Mr.

Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Epperson, Jr., and Mrs. E. S. Matthews for the -
'
:week-end. GUM'S BRAND With Pork and Tomato Sauce
[ f -,__.---_, -;;

CENT A WORD I! Mr. and Mrs.Beach Tommie returned Hawkins to " ... J:. .1. Pork and Beans 4 f for 25cRose

of their Daytona home Friday after several -@w cans -

v days visit here with Mr and Mrs. '

COLUMN W. M. Walnwright. 44'w i v BrandMACARONI 5-Slring Rosedale


- Mr. R. J. Preston, who Is con- . I BROOMS PEACHES

FOR RENT 2 stores, Call at. nected with the State Forestry Department c SPAGHETTI


_FOR In See the SALE-Bamboo J. w.field Morgan; also Oleander agent., 5c a 2-20-tf cane and month's for stay, and Tallahassee in wife Starke.will,leave after Saturday a- ?/ "WISEIIRDS I useSTAftITON pkgs. - 14c, Each45c Large can17c]



prlvlt. A. E. Dunham. It* Seeing the "Womanless WedIing" i: Best Grade Old Dutch


FOR RENT-2 6 room, bath, of at Feb.the clubhouse 27th at 8 on p.the m. evening will- SERVKE Salt Bacon pound - 14c I Cleanser 2 15c
cans - -
"1It"; well located. Reasonablerent drives away the "blues". Come one, II ,

j. w. Morgan 2-20-tf. come all.

Fa" Page after page of excellent illustrations, Pure Cane Castle Haven Compound

SALE-Limited number baby F, O. Peterson ,Glenn McMil of business including "
all
covering types
ChICks, Rhode Island White Leghorns morning for Ft
lan left Monday SUGAR1C Corn LARD
$12.50 per 100. Also eggs Worth, Texas, driving through In yours. Ad after ad of punchy copy and attractive Sugar

for setting, 75c for 15. W. M. Ed- Mr. Peterson's automobile. Mr layouts. This modern matrix service -
wards. 2-27-tf. friends and relatives pounds 50c 2 Cans -19c Pound11
visit
Peterson will for several is offered free of charge exclusively - - - c
and, will be gone
FOR advertisers in this
to
RENT-Three-room house at in this community
week
Heiibrona Springs, $5 month. paper. Take advantage of this glowing

Also house and 10 acres of landon Miss Eva Rigdon returned home

highway north of Starke $8 Sunday after spending the weekIn opportunity.

ret month. sterl Courtney. It" Jacksonville visiting friends and MSTOllE
I
She was accompanied f
relatives.
TREE GRAFTINGlot home by Miss Marie, Wolfe Cove and Bradford Countv Telegraph I a
Green
.HOICE West Virginia cherry brother, Bernard, of

gt'afts. Now la the time for graftIng Springs STARKE FLORIDA I "Where Satisfaction Is a Certaintf/

pear, plum, persimmon or
p'efla See n. F. Demorest, Mrs. J. M Mitchell\ Mrs. F. F Il A.In t
S rke.S Stump. Mrs. A. W. Stump ant l -

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IIf If FARM 'I Yet Farmer New Plan Avoid, Helps'Worry I Farmers Cooperative Proving A [[ Hints To Housewives )1

F Weekly from home Demonstra Non Specialists, Tallahimw. I ICHILDREN'S

(By Spuds Johnson) SuccessA

Well, at last It seems that we CLOTHINGFast in many colors pu, itn

L. T. DYER, are calling it modern progress to t checked, and ,*a.vario tfJ f '
make our living at home and live .go. - I - .... - -- Color materialsMaterials These can be used to" trS:

MISS 1'E.11tL JORDAN, there, the old-time way I've always Talk Gh.t'nat- the Meeting of the tics even though they may be as for every-day garments ." mings that are both K" .

g,1f .. I said that farmers ought to Bradford Cbunty Strawberryand far from cooperating. should be fast-color in order and artistic. UnUl1

I 1f grow food for the family and feed Vegetable Growers Association We are .on the road to cooperative to stand sunlight and frequent Many plaids and tljCl', ..<:
for the livestock, and that these 21 L. T. laundering. Several sustantlal materials : teriala show _
1 Many Boys Share Feb. 1931 by Dyer marketing and ire not goingto soil and '''''nklin
things should come first and cash County Agent. turn back. The neceasary marketing such as Indian head Devonshire and these may be had m jay)
I crops second. machinery has been set up cloth, s6me ginghams, and orful patterns which C0l-
appeal ,
,
} Awards At State Just the other day I heard a Cooperative marketing of agricultural and is operating successfully in the i many prints, can now be obtainedin children and are appropriate fet III
.\ r :' Bradford county farmer tell over products is not a new or marketing of "many products of bright attractive colors which them.

., the radio how he had lived at home untried venture. America's coop this state and the membership in are guaranteed to be fast. Ease of laundering help ,ieter,.

;. 'I' for 27 years. He started with nothing erative marketing trail is long; it these organizations are growing How can a material be tested to I ine the serviceability of my &>.
; 4-H Cotton Show has raised four children, and winds back to the middle of the, .each year. see whether or not it will keep its terms! Very heavy mater,nls sUCh

!I owns a modern farm. His crib last century. Since then the movement Every farmers' organization is color? If you can ootain a satuple as khaki and galatea are hard to
f:' f 1:and pantry are full of feed and I has Increased step by step always swamped with trouble from place It in the sunlight, first cover- launder, and some materials sUCh

foodstuff now, and he isn't worry until now It has grown to enormous within as well as without; and Ing one-half of it. After several as linen wrinkle very easily
the
p; Pla Winners in
tk I : Tampa. I I ,
ing about these hard times. proportions: many times the most serious days you can tell what effect sun- . _
which -
state 4-H Club Cotton Show I -- -
During those 27 years this man' At present there are more than trouble Is with Its own membersand light is likely to have on. the material Most
Interest great
r created considerable I men come it
;. recently has never borrowed a dollar to buy 12,000 farmer-owned and controlled fellow growers. But when by comparing the two halves. small m tin
at the South Florida Fair, communities, 'tis
food for the family or feed for the The effect of laundering can be aid, out
t associations in the founded on sound business princi- I
have Just been announced by R. W. cooperative one can't tell whether It-, because
livestock. On the other hand every tested by washing a in
Blacklock state boys' club agent. United States with a membershipof ples with the right kind of men sample soap of ambition or gossip.A .
year he has had a little surplus three million. behind it, as Is the case with your'' and water. In order to make 'a fair
There were 60 entries In the show, over 'I' man is no more noble
F c ; resulting In keen competition for meat lard, and sausage to While farmers' cooperatives are organization here, It is sure to suc (I, test, you should be, sure that soap- the injustices he tolerate than

the $212.50 prize money offered In sell a few extra Irish and sweet wide spread and within reach of ceed. When we have a great fight'"ing, rubbing temperature of water,

the five clasnes. I potatoes to sell, an all-year vegetable nearly every farmer, only a small and win out we come out much and drying are the same that you
garden, a nice flock of poulr percent of the farmers' products stronger in the end. would ordlnarly use In laundering T SNAP
best
y f ,Cotton: stalk: For the RA
4 of three cotton stalks, $23 j try, and a few cows and at pres- :are being marketed cooperatively.For You are to be congratulated for Material may be shrunk before
rvy? was group given, along with 14 otheri sent he has a good orchard that generations past we have utilized the heroic effort you have made In being cut for garments. Leave it KILLS RATS

s prizes. The winners, in order I was set to a variety of fruits when every scentlflc source thru launching your cooperative In the folded, put it in hot water and Also mire. Absolutely prevent it
i he first started. face of so much It Is leave over night or until the wateris
opposition.
were: Lawson Jones, Walton county the experiment stations, the extension odor.. from carcase One package
With a small canning outfit the service and other sure to be a fight to the finish but cold. Press out the water rather this.
KATSNV
1 Gordie Laud, Santa Rosa; Tom many proves comiIn
r Sr Ben; Bell, Walton; Willie Watson, wife an4 l, children have always can agencies, to obtain larger produc.i I stay with it. It- will 'save your than wringing It, so that the cloth caken-no mixing with other fool i

Santa Rosa; Casey Day, Walton; ned a great variety of fruits, vege- tion of farm products from our i' great industry in this county and will have few wrinkles. Hang evenly Guaranteed.

fi k Lester Harrison and Osker! Watson, tables, and meats much of which lands; but through this great period I will prove a benefit to every grower on the line. Press before the S3o: sUe 1 cakeenough for
would have been wasted. They of of the in the county even though he cloth is entirely dry.
,w w Santa Rosa; Dallas Carter, Wal expansion production Pantry, Kitchen or Cellar,
i have often had such canned goods means of disposing of these prod, may be opposed to It. Your coop Serviceable and Attractive 65o size 2 cakes -for Chicken

Hermond goods for sale. ucts have lagged behind. erative marketing association can Using attractive colors does not House, coops, or small buildlngi.;

1 Leon Shell Santa Rosa, Joe Pul After making the living at home In recent years when our pro- succed and will succeed necessarily mean light. Impracticalcolors $1.23 size 5 cakes enough fur
lam Madison; Paul Thompson and this successful farmer wasn't satIsfied ,I duction has at times exceeded the that show soil easily. Darker 'all farm and outbuildings, storage

t l Leon Dice Jefferson. to grow just one'cash crop, demand, we have turned to better Doc Hitler says: The much la colors such a dark blue or neutral -' buildings, or factory building

Cotton Boll: For the best entry but has depended mainly on straw- methods of marketing. The Individual mented'Dr. Inman once remarked, tones, aa many shades of tan, Sold and guaranteed by t'orpen-

of 60 cotton bolls, $10 was offered, berries, tomatoes cucumbers and has learned that he is in answer to the query whether or may be trimmed with a brighter Ing's Drug Store The N'jal Store,
{ along with 10 receding prizes and beans, along with the surplus corn, helpless in marketing his products not he allowed his hotel guests to color. Bias bindings are DOW made Starke Fla.
potatoes and syrup. alone but has learned that help themselves to fruit in the
they were awarded In the following : ; cooperative
.
I II ->- _,_- ---- _ J'_ _._ L ____
I During these hard times, and the
t;+, order: LeRoy McCurdy Santa marketing will solve the grove surrounding the Florence
h Rosa; Lawson 'Jones; Casey Day; | I II others that this farmer has gone common problem.A Villa Inn: "Certainly, oranges are

I I two boys from Eacambla: Dallas j through, when it la so hard to get ; cooperative Is not only valuable much cheaper than western beef". Strawberry Plants of QualityIn
i
Carter; Willie and Osker Watson, I I hold of cash, this man ,doesn't have as an agency for disposing of And he might have added, better

t Santa Rosa; another Encambla to worry. His crib Is full of corn the crop on the market, but it for many people.COFFINS .

r boy; Tom Ben Bell; Lester Harris and hay he has banks full of potatoes standardizes the farmers produceand
] a smokehouse hanging full of creates a demand for the particular our 31 years! as plant growers this Is the shortest

on.Seed C.pttonIn this class seven : meat, a pantry full of canned brand many times. Citrus crop of plants we have ever produced its not over 35 per

A w prizes were won by the follow goods and a garden growing, along fruits go through a central pack- & CASKETSAnd cent normal over the entire country. Quality of plants,
with the cows and chickens. This the bloat ever-we are now making shIpments Into your
ing: Leon Dice; Tom Ben Dell; Ing house and Is sold in uniform a Full Line of
r Lawson Jones; Casey Day; Lester farmer doesn't have to worry about grades and under trade names. section
Harrison: Dallas Carter; and a borrowing money and living until Eggs are carried to packing houses Undertakers' Supplies Missionary 1000 to 5000, $3.50 per thousand; 10-
boy from Escarabla. the next crop Is made. whero they are candled, graded 000 qr over $3.23. See our agents and place order. Our
: AUTOMOBILE HEARSE catalog Is free for the asking.
Lint Cotton: With $750 as the packed, and sold under grades and
Always oa Hand. The b*.tervlca Agent TBrownlee Bros., A. J. Thomas Ray Newaom,
,' first prize, 10 prizes were awarded U'ILL HOLD RECREATION trade names. Many other farm
at tfc. lowest and G. W.
price Robert, Lawtey, Fla. See them and place order
In this follows Paul products ucb'as beans, cucumbers
class as :
I TRAINING SCHOOLS IN
I&& tomatoes, and others are Special attvatloa t.rap.h early to make sure of wants. We lyIII hold yuor order.
Thompson; Leon Dice; Casey Day; NORTHWEST FLORIDA order.REGISTERED *
Dallaa Carter; Claude Groom, and I handled in this way. I do not EMBALMER

Charles Hawk, Jefferson; Lawson Gainesville Fla-County and I know that It has been attempted
A. BAUERThe
Jones, Tom Ben Bell. home demonstration agents club with strawberries but it eventually DEWITT C. JONES J.

Cotton Seed l: With $5 for first, leaders of northwestern, Florida I will. STARKK. FLORIDA
Strawberry Plant Man Jud onla Ark. Box 21
!:
In FlorIda -
and five receding prizes the winner will receive training in directing : Cooperative marketing .

4 in this class were as follows: tMta.'I recreational programs at two recreational Is making rapid strides according ....-._.__ _40I. -.,___._.....___ ___.__--4FCHEVROTiT
:
Dallas "Carter; Lester Harrison; schools during March. to :Mr. L. M. Rhodes, state I.

Tom Ben Bell; a boy from Escam- The first will be held at Crestview! marketing commissioner, who said .

tiia; Lawson Jones; Casey Day. March 3-6, and the second at Mar- recently "Cooperative marketingin
ianna, March 10-13 Florida has survived the dis- J

i Mony honey producers are over The schools are being planned by eases, afflictions, dangers, and obstacles '
coming the reduction In wholesale R. W. Blacklock,. state boys' club incident to Infancy and

,, prices by selling their products .di agent, J. Lee Smith, district agent, childhood and is beginning to en-
y rect to consumers and retailers and Miss district joy the strength of sturdy youth.It .
Ruby McDavId
Some have begun house to house home demonstration agent. John I Is safe to say that Florida Is For heavy work the whole year 'round-

9 canvassing, others have arrangedwith Bradford representing the Play marketing through cooperative associations
dairymen and other route 35 to 40 million dollars
ground and Recreation Associationof at the lowest
men to leave honey on their route, America, will give the instruc- worth of agricultural products annually t cost-per-mile

while still others are developing tions. The meetings will be held :'

business by mail and through road- from 7 to 9 o'clock each night. Cooperation Is just applying
side markets: Due to these methods e common sense to marketing. The

of direct selling the U. S. Department MANATEE GIRL NOW great British leader. John Burns,

I of Agriculture says that AT STATE COLLEGE once told of visiting a lunatic asylum
the 1930 crop in many sections is GIVEN SCHOLARSHIP and of being astonished by so
bringing a satisfactory price few keepers. "What's going to
happen T" he asked "if these mani-
Tallahassee, Fla.-Beulah Feltsof
;( "When I bought my farm I did Manatee county has been awarded acs get together and start something -
not known what sublime mornings T" The doctor's reply was,
a scholarship of $100 per semester
; and "Lunatics don't Of
I sunsets I was buying"-Em cooperate.
: : by the State Senior Home Demonstration -
erson.TKAIN. course, the farmers are not luna- MtrlrN e
Council according to an OY'1
announcement by Miss Flavia
r4
AND BUS SCHEDULES
Gleason state home demonstrationagent.
This Is the first scholar NO MORE
Change of train schedules Jan. RATSor I
ship ever awarded by the council.
4 4th as follows II
? : !
Miss Felts is
a junior at the state I
Southbound' No. 1, 11:09: p. m., College for Women. She is takinga

local. home economics course, with the mice, after you use RAT-SNAP.
e Southbound, No. 11, 11.23: a. m, expectation of fitting herself for It'* a sure rodent killer. Try aPkg

h local. home demonstration work as a club and prove It. Rats killed with ----
yI'' Southbound, No. 107, 11.00: a. m., girl and continued her interest in RAT-SNAP leave no smelL Cat or

limited. club work after she enrolled in dogs won't touch It. Guaranteed. Whether Its heavy loads to b. per-mile Is not
Southbound No. 101 12:04: a. m., college. She Is vice-president of 35o size 1 cake enough for only extremely low,
limited. the 4-H College Club. Pantry, Kitchen or Cellar hauled In the) country quick deliveries but It stays low,season after season.

No. 3, 6:33 a. m. 65o size 2 cake for Chicken to be made through city

Southbound No. 103, 5:10: a. m., I STATE 111011 SCHOOL ATTENDANCE House, coops, or small building You will find 'It well worth while to
traffic
limited. JUMPS 630 PER CENT $1.15 size 5 cakes enough for Chevrolet trucks are always
Inspect
Northbound No. 2, 4:55: a. m., lo- i all farm and out-buildings, storage ready to do a good $Job-at low line. today's Chevrolet truck

eat. ; More than five times as many buildings or factory building Many features have been Introduced -
Northbound No. 12, 3.50 p. m., : Florida. boys and girls have been Sold and guaranteed by Corpen- cost. These big, powerful Sixes that have a direct bear-

local. attending high schools this school Ing' Drug Store, The Nyal Store liave the strength and stamina for
Northbound No. 108, S:29, limited. year than there were enrolled In Starke, Fla. Ing on Chevrolet performance,
continuous ,hard work the
high schools In the state 10 years year capacity, endurance and appear-

;;S} limited.Northbound No.4, 7.OS: : p. m., ago, according to a biennial'reportof 'round. Long hauls, hard pulls, fast ance. And there are now avail-
M. R. HInson, state school
high
Stark schedules, rough going are all
i Wannee Branch supervisor apart able Chevrolet bodies built In
; No. 101 leaves 7:00: a. m. of the
The day's work for
report reveal a remarkable trucks Chevrolet plants exclusively foruse
No. 102 arrives 2:40: p. m. ,
Increase In the number of
high Ilk. these. And Chevrolet's cost- on the Chevrolet chassis.
schools operated and In raised
Blue Bus Schedule
standards for teachers as well asthe'
i Southbound::31 a. m., 11:37:
550 per cent gain in high y

,'.y a.4O m.p., m.4:07: p. m., 6.37: p. m., ill-; school Seventy-two enrollment.percent of all high CHEVROLET CYLINDER! TRUCKSChevrolet

Nortbbound-4:50: a. m., 8:53
school teachers last
year were college
.. .. 1.53; m., 4:23: 8:23 n
m.,, p. p. m., : IVt-ton
m. graduates with four years of 3stmcnt that chassis with 131' wh..lbas. $ *iOO

p.Tickets and information at college training.' Never Slumps/ (Dual wheel ......., $1S e.-I)

q Smith' Service Station, next to In Mr.the Hlnson's school year report 1919-20 shows here that .%.... eh..ls with 137* wh........., $S90 Commercial clMMte, $355 .
courthouse. (Dual wheolt itandard)
d :
were 16 standard high schools In Sound flock lira Inmrinr on your
: the state compared with 238 stand properly U .* i..e.teatbat Illuitratod above U H>.ChavraUl. I%-lan truck an 131-Inch wtiMlbaaa'. _, plata with Cliamfel .

Cloning North of Malls. i ard high schools last year, or 10 ever sinmpe.. 11 doe more lh.. cob and >tak. body prkad at $710. AII.1eee f.a. b. faclorl_ Special quipmanl .......

> years later. Then -II make
there property
years were protect your
Train No. 12,. 3.30 p. m.
,1 Train No. 4, 6:40: p. m. ( high school pupils, last year your ownenhlp sad your equity la
there were 37,157 thai Mfe and
South : i property serum ,i See your dealer belowTor"ode
Train No. 11, 11:00: a. m. i': If there Isn't C bull SouBd lock fir. li.ur..c. ItyonrbrallavMtaMal.
any market at ,
No I 6:40 Doe...
Train p. m. present, how do the boy sell their .ralfttII.
4 Starke ii Wannee) .
about child
training?
Mall closes 7:00 a. m. Ah. shucks Chevrolet
; even a naughty man Co. Starke Fla.
Mall arrives 2:40
: p. m. reluctant
to be
t reformed by a HAROLD C. WALL ,
l no better than be la
No Sunday service.
Only a silent person U able to INSURANCE
1 lr No. 12 last train for regtateraTrain ALSO NCAUJU IN CHEWOLCT
la boat air mall connection realise the folly of talking 5CC-CTUNDEJI PASSENGER camas 7S TO ......C.*.!>. H.... ......
much and too loud. STARKE. FLORIDA

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llDAV, FEBRUARY _21, 19S1 t BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE FLORIDA PAGE SKVKX'

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cent of aU the taxes collected by We are sorry to report that Mrs.

FLORIDA CITIZENS FINANCE all the states, regardless of sup- EVERGREEN Harry Shaw and daughter, Mix

plementary taxes. It la, therefore Mr. P. A. Roaler, Car. Ruby, are 111 with flu. We hope that

necessary that the general prop- they will be out again soon.

AND TAXATION COMMITTEE erty tax be equitably assessed and Mrs. Maggie Forsyth and children -: Mr. and Mrs. I. W. Dyal of Gra
all classes of
against property ,ham and daughter, Miss Marlon
of Jack-
"ThY word a* amp sate *J fed. nj i Ktht m nj pttk-Pula 119:105.: this can be done only by the state's Lucille and Eugene, i Lee spent last Sunday here With
i i supervising the assessment and sonville, spent the week-end here
Showing Fundamental Needs In i her parents.
: The to convert the state
t Df 3ltaun. All religious teaching doctrine or power collection of the taxes of all the i with relatives.Mrs. 1
1 Wnr" 1 Tax Revision As Viewed From from this serious situation Into one Mrs. L. Clemons of Starke, spent
creed, U they are to have any data governmental units through a Jean Gaskins and children '
week
the Business and the last of the here with her
d the love loyalty and devotion of the people, muat be In harmony with Standpoint of good credit and reputable standIng property equipped state tax and with Mr. and Mrs. '
o teachings of .Jesus the Christ whose words fit into every fold and crevice Summary of Facts of Present. lies within the state Itself. This the spent Sunday sister, Mrs. J. W. Lewis.

,. I tio human MANwhom: It "u hid in .John 7:46,"NEVER MAN Administration of Tax System. Is the reason these two needs are finance commission. After gen- J, E. Rosier. Mrs. I. W. Dyal and daughter

-AKE heartl/IS I IWEEKLY connected into one; they are of eral property tax haa been prop-. Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Griffin of Lake Miss Marlon Lee of Graham spent
collected -
iI. erly and equitably assessed and Butler attended church here Sun-
This report, the sixth Issued, la equal importance to the businesslife ,Thursday night here.
SEBMONETTE Prayer Father forgive our determined i
to be
it then remains -
I for the purpose of putting down in of this state and one must not day. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Ellerbee of r ,
ungrateful paat. Be Thou still our whether or new sourcesof Mrs. Hester Sapp spent Sunday
0r as brief form as possible, the basic be remedied to the detriment of Starke have moved In our section
said As
r 63135.: Jesus : ye I Lord and taxation will be necessary In or- with Mr. andMrs. J. Q. Rosier.
Luke Helper.For factors which appear as the logical the other. In other words If taxa- and we are glad to have them.

,. VuIJ, that men should do to you,,, whom did Jesus pray? Answer foundation upon which io build a tion of all property, placingon the der to meet our public obligationsand Cheathem Peels of Jacksonville, .
likewise. 32.
also to them read John 17-9.; revision of the tax property administer our pub spent the weekend with his brother -
,. ye love them which love system and for tax books the millions which have lic affairs. A good kill of thrips in strawberry rw

I f what if ye thank have ye? for sin. March 4, 1931 the purpose of summarizing facts been shown In previous reports to ,R.Coh S. n Rosier Peele. Cohen Peele and blossoms can be obtained by
,u. In connection with ,
present methodsIn be escaping, will not both relieve
with tobacco
0 love those that love them. visitors to dusting finely ground
Frank Crews were
h rs also If do good to them Let us Give Thanks Blessing Florida taxation. Taxation can. real estate and pay the debts, then afternoon. dust. Since red spiders also Injure -

And ye what thank and glory and wisdom and not be viewed from the standpointof some new source of revenue must Starke Saturday strawberries at about the
do good to you BROOKEKMlaa Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Morgan of
itch| sinners also do evene honour; and power, and might, be governmental revenue alone. In be developed. When it is a question the weekendhere same time, It Is advisable to mix p

e ive ye7 for 34. And if ye lend toem 1 unto our God for ever and ever.-' the present case It Is within the of restoring' to Florida, as a Pearl miner Cur Glen with St. Mary relatives., spent with this dust equal parts, by

same. Revelation 7:12.: power of this state to remedy whole the business stability to of flowers of The
to weight, sulphur
t whom ye hope receive a'i Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Rosier and
n Mr. L. R. and daughter
serious business Gainey
situation.
for Prayer We praise Thee. 0 which it Is normally entitled a same recommended for cit*
? sinners spray
Starke
! thank have ye children were visitors to
hat God. We thanks unto Thee for -- ( few dollars Miss Lois, were business visitors
sinners to receive as give paid through a new ui* seems to be beat.. for roses, tomatoes
No lend to Two facts In Florida's In Starke last Friday afternoon. Sunday afternoon.
Thy abundant mercy. major source of revenue are insignificant and The
r uch again. 35. But love ye your I Why should you glorify God?- present state and local government in the event this Is necessary.The Mr J. E. and Mills Idell demon Mi. and Mrs. A. H. Rode rand should, chrysanthemums.bo put Into the bloomto
lend spray
do good, and and Mr.
and children of near Lawtey,
lomies Answer read-I Cor. 620.: situation are directly responsiblefor return of a real estate market were' transacting! business In be effective.

ping for nothing again; and your a great part of the present the restoration of security values Starke last Monday. and Mrs. Leslie McClollan spent I ...
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)1 shall be great and ye shall March 5 1031 the air- Sunday with n.O1.. Rosier and
ward Florida depression; they are: over- and the return of credit and con- Among those witnessing
the ,children of the Highest: for plane stunts at Starke lust Sunday mother.Horace. I While the majority of us think
... taxation of real estate and the I fidence will more than' repay those .. "
the unthankful and The Beauty of Holiness Give HUMHCH a .d Charlie Redding -
[r'IS Kind unto heavy bonded debt of the political who would be called upon to pay a afternoon were: Mr. L. It. Gaineyand dentists are a bore at Union they
unto
unto the Lord the due
the evil. glory subdivisions and. being wholly new tax. family, E. M. Hazen and famIly were visitors to Starke Sunday usually are pretty quick on the
r Teach me Thy way 0 his name: bring an offering, and afternoon.
and S. M.: Mott and family.Mr. draw.
Prayer within the power of Florida to con- The following facK. summarized
8i irU. and lead me In the Way Ev- come before him; worship the LordIn trol or affect it naturally appears for the purpose of assisting the I, and Mrs. U. H. Conetly of Mr. and Mrs. Bryant Redding of Coma to think of It, tho average!
the of holiness. I Chron- hilt
eL i beauty were visiting
state farm
the
lasting that these two facts must have people of Florida in arriving at i Okcechobee are spending sometime Frenchman would be equally embarnuwoil -

How did Jesus begin his great icles 16:29. first attention of the legislative their own conclusion.. as to what here with mother, Mrs. S. K mother, Mrs. II. I,". Redding Saturday I by a menu printed' li
Prayer 0 God our everyday .
Mount? Answer may
:Sermon; on the body. As to why this appears It course the state should pursue In Mott. .American.
lives be like incense unto members of
r Mr. A. Starling and
ad Matt. 5:3-11: need only be repeated what all this respect are respectfully sub Mi1 and Mrs. Warren Mott of --- -
Thee. the U. Y. P. U. of Jonesvllle, will
last Sunday here with
spent
know to be true and that is that mitted: Hague
I Can a man serve two masters? be hero Sunday afternoon to organize -
HEADINGS excessive taxation of real estate 1. All classes' of real estate are ibis mother :Mrs. S. K. Mott.
DAILY BIBLE RATS
Answer, read Matt. 624.: : a U. Y. I" U. here The public
Laird motored -
Mr. and Mrs. C. S. |KILLS
, has deprived the people! of Florida' Inequitably assessed ranging from I
invited to Attend.
r r af IM cordially
1 1i to Gainesville last Tuesday
.I Pi'lmiury 37, 1931 NOTICE of a market for Its most important eight percent to more than one ..-- :

i and most valuable commodity and hundred percent of actual calve.More ternoon.Mr. .

Safety of the Perfect-Behold., has made it impossible to receive a than 7000.000 acres of cut- L. K. Waters wus truninct \and nilci- llmtVt H.T.I'II':" the

I' od will not cast away a perfectan Preaching at Saxton March 1st, net Income on any and all classes over lands are off the tax books en- inti business in Gainesville 1 List ZFFMUa old rellltbl.! rntliMit ilrtitrnyor.Conic .
at 3:30: p. m., by Revs W. B. Christyof
neither will he help the evil Lawtey. Everybody Invited. of real estate. Not only has It destroyed tirely because of oppressive taxa- Sunday. Oinl I..."I... for, I )* lit rulirs'-110 mixing with

tern Job 8:20.: the market but It has like- tion. Mi. Lewis Shriver was transacting other food. \'
.' Prayer 0 Lord, Thou are good BAPTIST wise partly destroyed the value of 2. Twenty-three mercantile concerns business In Gainesville last falls.
held nt Little Rock I
f >all and Thy tender mercies are mortgages and other securities located In Pensacola, Jacksonville Friday.< > Services\ were 85f nl/i: -p iKa enough for

fI vel all Thy works. which are based on real estate and Orlando, Tampa., St. Petersburg School will clone! In another' week church Saturday and Sunday by ; Pantry, Klldion or (....har.
school at 10 Only
I fI Sunday a. m. exercisesto rider: Anderson of
How\ does God love? Answer Come and of which there have been determined Ft. Myers nnd Miami have with the commencement the pastor I (>.1ci .II"! :3 enters for (11"1"11
seventy present last Sunday.
I be held Thursday night March Brooker.Mr Muu'u muni, I huIJlrrr.:!
Jeremiah 31:3.February : to be approximately personal property worth $12,000.- mops, or
au earlier and enjoy the music by the will of Lacrosse attended i
I 300000.000 Invested for money 000. which Is assessed' at 1000000. 5. The bhccu laureate sermon W. M. Moody I #1.25: sire'! 5 raltrrt: cnoti;)Ii I >r

28, 1931 orchestra. loans still In existence. These basic / 3. Florida banks own $29,000- '>e delivered Sunday! afternoon I at church at Rock Sundiy.Mr ,'I :nil farm. und out-butlJitatarul( .s /
I Worship at 11 a. m. and 7:30: p. Lewis nt Jacksonville,
school. P. W.
Be not clelvecl I, wealths being either wholly or 000 of net Intangible capital which 2:30: at the Brooker :) il!f7i, or irtnry: l>utl>\IInR/ *,
I The Assured Harvest- m. partly destroyed so far as sales Is assessed' at less than $2,000,000. Mrs. Caleb Molt was delightfully spent several days of this week I Hold I end OimrunliTil by ('"rl.r .
God is not mocked: for B. Y. P. U. at 6:30 m. Sub- and Mrs
: p. her sons and l here with his parent: Mr. '
I that and collections are concerned, the r 4. The five largest power com- surprised by : nil's l>nn 'Klorc, The Nynl "Mtnri.,
hatsoever a man soweth ject, "Preparation for Christian
Sunday In a family reunion J. W Lewis.
daughters ;111 rIll', FM.|'
I same destructive force has decreased panies operating throughout the
'iall no also reap.-Galatians 6:7.: Living Through Study." Group I in honor of her seventy-fifth Mr. H. ''''nsdln .ot Crahnm and
activities In all other lines of I state have real and personal -
I Prayer Father, help us to sowis In charg with John Powell leader. property birthday.! Those present were Mr. Mr. John Eddy: of Waldo, were attending ..
business and endeavor. No stronger which they claim to be worth I.
that we the in our sectionone M
I good may reap and Mrs. Warner Mott of Hague to business
1 evidence Is needed that real estate $103,000,000, which assessed at I --
00(1( Wednesday at 7:30: p. m a Mis- Mi1 and Mrs. U. It. Concrly, of day of last week. rI -It .
God of us? the G A. Society must be relieved. 8000000. and Res le Thomas of :
What does require sionary program by Okcechobee Mr and Mrn\ S. M. Mr. Cecil '
factor that of 5. In counties 613,117
The next
major -- forty-two
Answer read Mlcahr 6:8.: Mrs. Epperson in charge. % Mott Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Kelly Mr. Starke.! spent the last of 1 the week
head of horses mules and cattle
bonded debts- has likewise helpedto ,
-C and Mrs. Luther Sowell. Only two here with their cousins, U O. und l
larch: 1, 1931 1'ItESIIYTERLINServices destroy normal business and were dippc-d} in 1930 and less than Ji.
not able to be hero, We Johnnie Lewis: 1
girls were
t commercial activity because of the 85,000 of them were on the tax. to I :
Tried and Proved As for God wish Mrs. Mott many moro such Mr. J. W. Lewis was attending .
fact which Is clear to all, that a books.
March 1 as :
lust Friday.
Sunday in Starke
,is way is perfect; the word of the follows large part of the 600000.000 debtIs 6. Custom house records show a happy birthdays. business I 1 "Aj t..

.ord is tried: he Is a buckler to all : school J. M. not being met and as a result, total of 20,907 small motor boats - -- '

hem that trust In him.-2 Sam.- 10 a. m. Sunday the credit of Florida and its peoplehas registered In Florida, to say noth- 0n Fi hAvCJ1/le
Truby aupt.
2:31.: whatalt 11 a. m. Morning worship. Rev. suffered a serious blow. No ing of the larger craft. No figures Flake Up Your Liver Bile I II '

Prayer And now Lord John F. 'Shepherd D. D. Presby- one will dispute the fact that Flor- as to assessments were obtainable,
-rldinK', Itrolllnit. shopping a
T for My hope is In Thee. offered at "bar- but most counties reported no assessments
ida bonds
will are being
terian Synodical Executive I of beauty streams thru
panorama
How should a Christian walk? preach. gain" prices and that there Is absolutely at all. -Without Calomel j I, this famous street of fashion. Thru

Answer read Eph. 412.: I 6:30 p. m. Christian Endeavor. no definite value for many 7. Debt requirements' for 1030 I I Gouraud'f Oriental Cream you can

Teaches About of them at the present time. Some total $50.000,000, $22,000,000 of pomosa a skin and complexion that
"What Jesus
larch 2, 1931 Topic I !
I declare that they are not Florida which Is principal and $3-1,000,000 And You'll Jump Out of Red U"thl.bill I.\ not flawing 'frwily, your fooddoesn't even the mont attractive there,
Father.
Withhold Not Good Withholdnot God, Our bonds, 'but bonds In Florida's coun- Interest. illiiwt. It jtuit decays In th. howuln.Gu would be proud to have.
7:30: p. m. Evening worship song Rarin GoIf You h... Try it tonight. With the
itmnnch. I very
to a
[ good from them to whom its Dr. will ties and cities. However, no one The fundamental remedy to insure in the Morning blnU up your I
and sermon. Shepherd first touch a fascinating clear
due, when it la in the power of will dispute another fact: that in equitable treatment of all thick,bad U U and your bnwth b foul akin pearly of radiant I
preach. feel l and sunk and the bhwk out In blombliM. Your head appearance
thine hand to do It.-Proverbs 3:> and session a the minds of the Investors and classes of general property ami to you sour often beauty is 1 revealed. Will EJt ruboft'
The pastor urge world looks punk don't swallow a lot chn.and you fool down and out.Your wbul
L'T those who own these bonds, they Insure! permanent relief to real estate streak or spot
full attendance of the membershipto of salts mineral water oil, laxative 'IItem fai polfl. Prayer Help us, Father to are Florida bonds, and Florida not lies In the formation of a ) : OOURAUD'SORIENT4l
this will and
hear our executive, as candy or chewing (rum expect old CARTER'S LITTLE
thus be co-workers with Thee In probably be his last visit to us, just those subdivisions which can- workable state tax commissionwith them to make you suddenly sweet LIVER PILLS to gut those two pound ot bile I

blessing mankind. since he expects to retire soon. not meet their debts, Is sufferingthe supervisory powers. Whetheror and buoyant and full of sunshine. flowing freely and make you tixl' 1"up and up."

What Is new every morning? at effects. In the minds of those not taxation of all property will barmluw, gonll
wonderful,
Prayer meeting Wednesday For they can't do It. They only They aonUIn I CREAM
Answer, 23. much to do with solve the problem in its entirety remains -
read-Lam.
3:22: 7:30: p. m. who have had move the bowels and a mere movement vegetable..lr oU,anteing wbn It eonu to

A cordial invitation to all our, the growth of this state--the Investors yet to be seen. doesn't get at the cauHe. There nuking tb.bUs flow'rr..I,. WMM, rtedl.r a.a.l 100. for ml Trial CMratal Pace Ttn eheS.rp.sd J4

March 3, 1931 services extended to all. the developers, the utilities It must be borne in mind that I 80n for:your down-and-out feeling But don't uk for llv.r pill*.Ask for Carter'. F.e. T. Hnnkln.' A *.... Now ." b11Yrorl .

Great Things Fear the Lord the manufacturers, the business the records! of all the states In the I la your liver. It should pour out two Llttla Liver Fill.Look rot lb.arms CarUr'l . -

and serve him in truth: for consider Many folks who do not believeIn men, the bankers, the farmers Union an compiled by the National pounds of liquid: bile Into your bowels LItU Liter rill on the red Ub.l. lUavnt aubiUtuU. --- - /'b1 oe' tl.tt'llnr11y : : -

how great things he hath signs at all, have considerable and the retired private citizens Conference Board.. Inc., show that dally. .

'lone for you.-1 Samuel 12:24.: I respect for the dollar sign. Florida Is, at present a "bad risk." I general property produces. 70 per Mount! I lie. of power I'uhtlii v,...t.I.it nut,in ruction thorn the nfKntiiroril

-- County, florlilii'.. heresy
; Zclm rtllM .le'' 'I Inn to tin hold .>.
STREEf'T L. F. Van ( an
r "THE l\iAiN--THIl G ON MAIN By I Itity llfiiiMa March. 3 In. I IOU Hporlul at. Itlxlna Tax.' Mhm HehuntI

n I I I..lrld Nil 111 I".r 16 of first. fur'i
TRY "', ,Iv. Klnrlilii, tn ilntarmln.
Betz UNLUCltfV. CONTESTANTS" I tIOH'T whether or not w. shall rf*.lv.. Krt
)lthtzz FI7IEMtAMO T'W/tN/,. ANYWAYHUH.' I'M JUSj >> ly t*|,"clnl Tux. r>l..lrlft Nil II, to l b.
t % THE JUDGES OF Tr+E DAILY BUZZ BEAUTVCONTEST (.n..II.I.,1 with lie. to elect three
JUST -WENT IN AS>> GOOD LOOMIN' .
.
( t triiMli (*H and Uet "iinln t thu amount
MAIN SrSEET'9 lJf\! \ HAVE UNANlMOUSLV" \ CHOSEN FOB THE FUN CC) IT AS: SHE 14 of ttillliiK. to l>.. mmvHHvil uuulnutnulil .

FAVORITE NEWSPAPER j 1' iL-.J MISS! TfeVSiE; 1 NEAT A1 Tr<6 WINNER i-onnuli th* purp.se
rv. ... 6T litctlon' the following are appoint'
MAIN 4r. .... HN trtftriuirorM'' :' II M McltM. l I....an .

TKS1E T1NKLEHEART Doc GRAVES DRUG STORE a X1 Ort'r r DON'T) THINIL'. Crawford and II.If. D.If.HAT t,..wl..

WINS BEAUTY CONTEST _, 'WAHMA ar1Y r SP05E THEY GAVE MEA 4-'hMlrnmn.

H NUTFIIN'BUT SHE THINIC6 AWE DEAL A.Secretary J, anlFlt'IS. 1.31)1.1.11


THE JUTX3ES>> OF TM. t:1 r A MOVE OUTTA I VAMPED BET THE'S: lTo0o f WOTK'M-or sLst'Trovily

DAILY BUZZ BeAUtCON-
fOUIMMlN
C'NEAVEN9 JUDGES;
TfcST HAVE SELECTED $ y AN' I'LL SHOOT! the power. "v,,pit* \ TiNKLEHEARTASM TNAKES I 1 llonril. of I'uMIc Instruction of llrmlnrcl .
JESSIE County, Florida. h.r"liy rail
I
MAIN STREET r in .llIrU..n! to h. held on Mart-h. 5.
'U3I. at the Kitlly H.-hool house I.I
TBSSlf! will REPR' .MT rtpRplnl Tax. Hehool District No. t.

&! FAlft OTY AT THc llrmlford County, florid. for th.pu.p. *
...
of itittftrnilnlnir whether or
HATiONAL BEAUTV CGNTEST .not thin district shall ronwulldat. /
AT ATLANTIC CITY with KlHln Special Tall fn.lrlct No.
is. llradford County, Vlnrlil' '' I*
LATEST ODDS AQE 2Tbl I .. ilct three truMtffita and determine
THAT TfeSSlS the amount of mllluv h. >>* ammuoM
: WILL BCWCHOME l t.... lIOROTHY a, against paid.. ounaolldatad, dl.-
1r4E BACON. Irlot.Km.

1 mrrs weirs.. _Mrs--__ .j __ _aJ* , , , <,> ,|,, >BM>> ,, > >j> *aa >, t> aaaa*Ma i aa.a_M.iala--- .. h -- -"'- ----'- -.- - -- - ------ - aiae> Ba aiBaaa *iB* aiBB e the piirpod.* of holding ...14lctlon \
-- -- ., the following are appointnil -
-
: By Charles McManus a* mnnaRsrs. .. : Hrltt Alvar*, J. I.
} DARNfF Dndorhlll.. M. U. Oliver
? II. U. MAT

. I Chairman.:
Tbo l HAVE TO -reuuI A. J. OnirriS.
? OOrVT ASK ARE THEY "H' .crt.ry. l-iO-St-l-tl
WHERE ARE WELL FOR GOODNESS I YOU AGAIN OON HOW{
OQM'T FORGET L-i =-T.FOR F I COMMA KNOW
You COINC SAKE. ASK -'- MOTH Of Mir MI>l\f'' g.il.H ..
TODAV? .' YpuRSEL SECOND c I WANT MORL I.t MI
I HELPIAJOgNYTHINC -

wlwr o0 : Thirty de,.. after date. hereof nowlt
TMIrtOLLYlI ; the 2nd day of March. till
r t[ the und.ralKnd' cuardlnn' for I..-
EE 'or Anders, Thlm And ra. M lhan
( R'rH DAPART' MYSELF ?ABL' % t t e e ftnilora, minor hclra of Ail* Jo...-
( tt >'hln* And...., deceased, will apply
1 1 I" the Honorable Oo. A. tlardln....
aIWhY4tw 1 t t rx Bounty; Jiidv*, In and for Bradford
lounty, "Vlorlda, for an order to sell
o :it private asic l all the right till,
and lntrnt of sold tnlnura In aa
1 10 the following dcrlbd land. t-
wit:
four acre* In Southeast quarter of
loutheaat' quarter' of Section I* Twe.South .
1 /i.i.I 1 Nan.13 East bound 1
forth 'by Fllit Place Wt by I LM v
i.t :>t J N Jon*, South by railroad.md .
East by a .tr..t In Stark. said. rl
t aoilK lying and being Ilradtor4luunty
Florida.
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7 Thin 10th day of January 1111.
R. J.
e.et'M Guardianfor the atwvAaaetet
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BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGUAPn STARKE FILORIDII;?" FRIDAY, FKBRU.VUY 27,
PACK EIGHT .. . _. ._ .. lJt:
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oQo .-.- -, that a tax of ten percent on beau- i ting down the time of;residence in stay together long. Eve started Nor Doubt ,,

tgj Bradford County TelegraphEstablished ty aids and treatments would ,, the state to 00 days he started a graftlng .trleOto bribe. Adam with A _cowpuncher --------1

l From Other Pens r bring a revenue of threequartersof flood of comment among the newspapers an' apple. The; graft ttidn't'workout at a. restaurant. (

1877 a million dollars In Florida and of the state. Practically quite right. The apple stuckin It in rare-indeed, very '
r
I 'i '
1\
suggests that.we take some of the HI criticise the proposed bill In Adam's gullet. That was the ranger looked at it ami i (,"mandr

Published Weekly on Fridays and :Entered as Second Class Regardless of the groundhog:, I tax off dirt and put it on beauty more or less severe terms, but !It start of Adam's Apple: Just for that it be returned to u, ,
the Post Office at Starke, FloridaE. seed catalogues say spring la here. : clay. The suggestion Is not with- I remained for Bill Glenn of the Or- that, menfolks ever since have had II and cooked.
Matter at --Starke Telegraph. And who else' out merit, though it probably+lando Morning Sentinel to express storage room, more or less, for an .. 'Tis cooked," I
__._ Owner and PublisherJ. would not do deal toward his in under the apple in their esophagus.A snapp.' me,, tj
S. Matthews -.. _ ____ ----- but the seed catalogues should a great feelings verse ored waiter..

C. Robinson _. _--.______uu_______ Managing Editor know-Bronson Journal. i relieving the'lax.situation.Brorison ; heading "Change" Our Name to thing hitherto overlooked Is "Cooked, me ," I
eye
---0- I Journal. That of Nevada, as follows: the fact that the apple stuck at SB "ur.:
friend, the puncher: "i'v I
'
Tomorrow is Valentine Day for o- the collarline In Adam's throat; n cot'
SUBSCRIPTION RATE "young" folks. Starke Tele Clermont Press editor made a Oh, make us the land of Reno, right where the collar-button does hurt worse than that g.t ;,eU' I

Yearly, $1.50; Six Months, 73c: -Payable in Advance graph. And pray what was It for rash statement that a husbandIs Send us red-nosed unhappy pops; Its dirty work. This proves conclusively I

Rates Application the rest of the human family?- worth sixty thousands dollars, Bring on your sad-hearted mamas ,If anything, that while The average girl of t t.,, : y dos!
Advertising on Bronson Journal. Saturday.We forgetting evidently that there And evidence of stool-pigeon cops. Eve may have been wearing fig- not worry so much abou: nhcthc

i'' --0 are a few-w men. editors in the leaves, Adam had on a shirt, and her soul is as white as the drlYlt

Q Baldness is said to be caused by lack of hair. cannot see what keeps women state. Now he Is being given, the Discard our beauties of nature, used a collar-button. It's hard to snow but she surely Is pnrticuu,
from freezing in winter, says i opportunity to buy a few husbandsat Fade out our lakes, our hibiscus; tell where our Adam's Apple wouldbe about a smudge on her nose

o the Starke Telegraph. And they bargain prices.-Starke Tele-, Give us martial sobs galoreAll if Eve had tempted Adam when .

Moore Haven Is shipping frog legs by the ton. don't intend for you to see what graph. Most men, if sold at their the scandal tongues can dis- he had his shirt off. The short skirts, long enough It

, keeps them from freezing.-Times-, wife's estimate please one
;rc. o With the apple stuck in his gul- faction, aw
religion cannot be determined by length of Union. bring half the Press editor's valu- let, Adam couldn't speak up at the short enough in spots to please
A person's ation.-Bronson Journal. Wheel out the rot of the nation
--0- i banished and other, shows the typical
si face. A hint>to the men folks: University -, ...............0- Let us hear all the sordid love hard trial. labor Sentence from-then on; all, be- reform at Its best. America

L o of :Michigan has discovered Clermont Press editor made the tales; cause of Eve's little graft. This ,

Savings deposits of the country are showing a steady that chickens lose their instinctfor rash statement' that a husband is What's climate and golden sunshine apple that stuck in Adam's voice- --

pecking when fed In the dark. worth sixty thousand dollars, forgetting tube may explain, also, why wom-
growth. And it requires only IS days!- evidently that there are a To the morbid domestic. tales? en since have talked more and fas

"e Lake Worth Herald.A few women 'editors' In' the state., ter. FLORIDATHEATRE
r' Change our name to that of Ne-
-o- Now he is the
Plant City Courier says the strawberry figures are very being' given oppor- vada, After they were thrown out of
bachelor is a man who smokes tunity to buy a few husbands at
of Eve tried
the Garden Eden
Post "Reno" all city gates
F attractive. his pipe in peace--when hers able bargain prices. Starke Tele- on ;
grafting again. Tried to graft a GAINESVILLE
Supplant our tropical grandeur FLA.
? o to find It.-Starke Telegraph. Anda graph. : Few"possessors! of an unusually -
fig-leaf onto a watermelon; so she
Y With millions of beautiful hates
worthless! husband will ad-
4 and beautify the married man smokes the pieces, could wring out her clothes and - --
Get the of spring in system ----o-
t urge your when be Is able to get them. mit publicly that they were cheated -
home grounds. Bronson Journal. In their'. bargain,-Clermont A Good Reputation time.take'a sponge-bath at the same Program {Week Feb. 27
Press. (Bronson Journal.)
-0-
o Everyone wants a good reputa But It didn't work. The thing
-0-
|i relief would be profitable market for Some Florida editors are having was a lemon. FRIDAY
I The best farm a trouble in properly classifying es- The little town of Cltra In north tion. Everyone may have such,a

(,3 farm products. carole. It is a by-product of cas Marlon a municipality In Its own reputation if he is willing to put Adam found that lemons didn'tsit
forth the effort to estab- well on his stomach. So he de- : "MILLIE"With
serole.-Starke Telegraph. Its first right, will apply to the legislatureto necessary ,
o
i; Little lish it. A reputation does not grow veloped the navel orange.He .
cousin is lettuce.-Wauchula Advocate have its charter abolished. -
'fi ) Plant City is now furnishing the country with strawberries I I incorpora ,towns like little up over night like a weed in a brought out the navel orange
Helen
by the trainload. o counties are art;unnecessary drain' swampy place. It Is wrought by crossing the lemon with a TwelvetreesJohn
1 thinking careful restraint, barrel-cactus three-fourths full of
According to Mr. Hyde Congressman on the t taxpayers' pocketbooks. The diligent Halido
-0b1 I 'Green's fly loss Is immature cost of street paving and other nec- and close observance to strict water This explains the skin, and Added-Comedy and ..letSATURDAY

1 Manufacturers of the new airplane may be successful in legislative fruit. Tampa Trib- essary expenses'of such a municipality : rules of good conduct. One's repu- some other things, about the or-
tation Is cot confined to the limitsof
a making the ship fool-proof but the fool human is beyond hope. une. In fact they can find plenty over-balance; the supposed ange.
of things wrong with giving the benefits. There are other incor- his own community; It Is broad- In the meantime, the Apple Tree,
0- Florida orange growers a fair deal. porated towns"in, Marion where cast far beyond the edge of his little In the Garden of Eden, went wild CLARA BOWIn
in refusing to followed horizon. To be on the safe side, without Adam and Eve. Ever
x' Charlie Chaplin believes silence is golden Bronson Journal. Cltra'q example could be
with l :; then one should set up criteria since have had to the
we graft on
profit.Ojala
-----0- ; ,;15tar.o'
accept $650,000 for radio talks. I which he should ,strive to follow "NO LIDIIT"AddedComedy
Exchange says a woman's ideal apple tree or it's wild. So we see
--0 I California l has'such' with a good reputation as his goal. that Humans and both
Is sometimes shattered, .but more a large sur- Apples got and Act
Smiles: last longer and give a better impression than often he is only broke.-Starke plus of eggs that Rotary and Exchange Would not the following help? their start by grafting.
embers Always be honest in word and
Telegraph. Well what more Club clothed in They are still that way. But
frowns and it's just as to smile. deed. Monday & Tuesday
easy armor, are going to use as
would It take to shatter the aver- eggs grafting In New York means one
i 0-- age woman's ideal?Bronson ammunition to pelt each otherIn Always be kind and courteous to thing. Out in the mountains where
everyone and at all times. "Viennese Nights"With
after divorces will get them whether it takes Journal. sham battles. ,There Is no sham the air Is fresh, the cows are ditto -
People ,
Always do well any task; never ,
about the battle people in the
- and apples are on trees insteadof
three weeks, three months or three years. Men cannot see what keeps women drouth areas are putting up try to push it off on someone else. pushcarts, grafting means, fast- A Star Cast ,

8 o from freezing and that is at It, against hunger,_and while the rail Always smile, smile and never ening a tiny limb of a'' good apple
should be Starke Telegraph. : roads are hauling free carloads of frown. tree onto the trunk of one of the Added Cartoon, Comedy,
R. If a bell ringing in a vacuum makes no sound, it's hard to Always refrain from showing News
Florida fruit and foodstuffs
!
Deep stuff that! But how does pa- surplus kind that customers forget. The
understand why some heads can have an ache. RAGrapher Robinson happen to tq sustain them, California Is spat anger. next year the tree has a crop of

t I o know 7-Bronson Journal. From tering her scenery with eggs.- Always watch carefully every g'ood apples, unless there Is a WEDNESDAYDorothy
speech, be careful that nothing unkind -
the funny papers. Starke Telegraph. And Secretary freeze, a drought, a hailstorm,
'''t Texas is considering licensing of automobile drivers a Is said.Always .
_
0 I Hyde advising everyone to curtail aphis, codling moth, crown-gall, Mackaill
,' step Florida might well take at the coming session. According to the Starke Telegraph plantings.. Something ought to be give the other fellow due 8ur.-sc&ld, spray-burn, or just plain In
credit for what he has done.
two hundred and forty-five done to even things up some way. worms; or all of these.o .
o miles an hour should be fast -Bronson Journal. Always refuse to listen to gos- "ONCE A SINNER"
the five-cent items that tare still plugging sip; shun gossipers. -- .
Abqut only enough to suit any automobile -----0-- Added. Lloyd Hamilton Cora
remember kindnessand An Honest EngineerThe
+ f4 along under war-time prices are shoe shines and matches. driver., It should, but It isn't. Just '.THun Always any rdy Act and Sound News
think how long it would take to As a rule, a man's a fool; be ready and eager to repay it. hog head was having his
-0 'get somewhere at that slow rate of When it's hot?'lie wants it cool. Always remember that thereIs troubles getting over the Craw-

Outlawing the pistol would make matters considerablyeasier speed.-Bronson Journal.o When It's cool, he wants it hot-: someone else in this old world ford hill and received the follow- Thursday & Friday
who Is just as important; that if Ing from the
Always wanting what Is not. I message superintendent -
for to handle the citizens who obeyed the law. -i Caravans"With
thugs "Fighting
we should vanish from sight we the
:
A man with a hoe in the gardenor When business jumps he hates tohurry "Why delay on the Crawford -
o I would soon be forgotten.o hill?"
; a rake on the lawn hasn't timeto ,

ttY Sand will be needed at the next session of the legislatureelse chase a ball umpty-umph times But when it slumps he starts to I When Adam's-Apple--Went Wild "Out The of answer sand."was short but plain: Gary Cooper

there will be some awful skidding in Leon's red clay ,around graph. Nor a golf will course.-Starke he have ambition Tele-to Howe'er worry.you try, you never can (By Carroll R. Miller secretary At the next telegraph office he Lily Dam ita

u; hills. try to do so if he does all he should Understand the ways of man! West Virginia Horticultural So- received the following: 'What Tully Marshall

o with the hoe or rake as suggested. Woman ciety.) were you doing on the Crawford Ernest Torrence
Woman the other hand Apples and the human race hill without sand?"
-Bronson Journal. on Added Cartoon, Comely,
,, As one exchange remarks most any flapper can take care ---o--- Is easier to understand.. started out together-back in the The reply, still short but full, News

i, of herself and two or three times'as many men at the same Heflin will start a newspaper She's also easier to please- Garden of Eden. But they didn't, was "Slipping." I

when he retires from the senate In She wants everything she sees!
'tlme.St .
;. March. He'll find that a news- Until she has it; then she'll swear

o paper office is no place to spend a She hasn't got a thing to wear. -- I

The way his trial is being continued would make one : vacation,-Starke Telegraph. And And probably you'll hear her bawl / '
he'll find that a newspaper officeis "That isn't what I want at all!" r-y
think that even Uncle Sam is afraid of Florida's Sidney J. no place to get "all he's looking ,)" -Cy Stubbs.

aw Catts. for" by a. long shot..-:Jasper News.o -*----'-n--- t.. .!- II. II
The next legislature will be
a - I I '
a Avery Powell Is authority for kale of black baSs entirely in the 1

As was to be expected the Lake City candidate for presi- the statement that the country editor asked to pass a law stopping the ..:.-- f 1'1

dent on a platform of a "national free beer pipe line" has Is very close to the farmer. state of Florida. This should be
done by alt It has been I
Bradford County Telegraph. Good means.
found a resting place in a padded cell.
thing. If be wasn't close to the pointed out by C. C. Woodward,

+ 0-- farmer he would be In the bread- state game commissioner, that the, Iii

It represented nothing in being unusual for the Arkansas line most of the time.-Apopka black bass In Florida waters are': ,
Chief. worth many times more to the
t lecturer on what and how to eat having to cancel his engage- -o- state for sporting purposes than

ment on account of an attack of indigestion.It The state road department is to as a food fish. Many business men

o be commended for having kept ev- who have no particular interest in
ery promise It made the delegationfrom fishing, have come to believe that
It would be a hard proposition to put over a bond issue the State Road 28 associa the state should preserve the game I ,

,, for most any needed ]project, but those counties figuring on tion. Claims of unlnfluentlal Individuals fish for business reasons. They ,
aa to promises made priorto have come to see what Mr. Wood- ''
A issuing bonds to build new jails might as well forget they
ward has often said-thAt black
that time can be accepted or a
need one.. discounted on the basis of delivery bass as a sporting attraction is ::11

o Palatka Dally News. worth at least a dollar a pound
o while be bring' about twenty cents .
Somehow that Miami "attraction" pf having two big >15
Chicago judge says there shouldbe In the fish. 'market.-.Jacksonville II
locomotives crash into each other at full speed did not regis- a hundred million more babiesIn Journal: I

ter. It's not human nature to pay admission to see a de-, this country. The county wouldbe -0 r Iil il!
better off with more attention Senator Fletcher and Represen-
structive performance.Give given to the normal supply of In- tative Green of Florida have both .

o fants.-Starke Telegraph. Normal I Introduced bills before Congress [,!I

to the local welfare organization for relief work business conditions might be considered authorizing the secretary of the The Newer PioneersBLAZING
necessary to normal supply Navy to deliver to the governor of :
among needy ones at home and pass up the professional beg- of Infants, even at that.-Bronaon Florida the silver service presentedby ii

gars and tambourino shakers who tarry only long enough to Journal. the citizens of Florida to the II

gather up the loose change. -o- battleship Florida which Is now out A TRAIL ,'!

i, Secretary of Agriculture. Hyde of commission. There seems to be THROUGH THE WILDERNESS !
0 warns farmers to reduce plantings, a slight difference in the phraseology I I

Now that the governors have stated their views on pot- maintaining that over-production of the bill introduced, a techni- I Ij Iii
licker la the cause of present low prices. cality which might give the silver Hardy spirits of today are undismayed in
; and cornpone and it is still up in the air, we move the ,
Starke But service to the the
Telegraph. forget- governor personally face of a wilderness of
question be referred to congress for final arguments, and the ting that we are being begged to a somewhat remote possibility. The Call In and let us acquaint "collapsed"business

whole mass published the Congressional Record for distri- help feed many thousands of our Tampa Tribune takes the point you with the structures. They know it is only

bution through the drouth-stricken states. hungry people. It'a somethingmore thai It la not worth making a fuss many sen Ices embanking those of, "little faith" who fail to pull :,,1
to the point than reducing over.. What we want is the silver facilities make' through that if
; now ever i
opportunity
o -,- \' plantings that Is needed._Bronson service. In other words, Florida available for you. :':11
Wauchula Advocate celebrated Its thirtieth birthday last Journal. wants everything from the federal beckons to men of energy and ideas. We 'III ill

a government that is coming to her. believe in pioneers of 1931. We want the :
week. In the first issue of its thirty-first the editor ,
year Duval county bootlegger had his The State Museum at. Gainesville chance of taiking to I'
of ?
says: "Yes, thirty years is a long time, as time is reckoned sentence cut In half when by request haa received-a'large bell from the one, exchanging .

but we ,are proud to have had a part in the building of this of ministers. Two hours old battleship. We do not see why opinions, of lending support. .Won't you

community and this county for lo, these later officers seized 200 gallons of Orlando cannot have the mizzen- accord us the' pleasure of an interview?
many years. liquor at his place.-Starke Tele- top or one of the old guns theseto

o graph. And there will be those be used in our numerous parka.

The Dunnellon Sun has been taken over by S. D.'Lovett, mean enough to infer that the -Orlando Sentinel. BANK OF STARKEA
ministers had share .
a in the booze ---p-
formerly of Dade City and Zephyrhilla.
Mr. Lovett is
an experienced '
when It really was a case of the The Nets Divorce Bill

newspaper man, fully capable of restoring the Sun being sorry for the bootlegger'sfamily. When the Hillsborough county ROLL ,OF l/ONORBANK

4 ,to its former high standard under the Adams leadership and .-Bronaon Journal.o legislator served notice of Intention E. S. ''MATTHEWS Pres. I
ra ahould receive the united support of Dunnellon citizens. -- -- to introduce a new divorce R. J. DAVIS. Cashiers
The Stark Telegraph declares bill In the coming legislature cut-
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