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: March 13, 1931
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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Volume ID: VID04802
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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>lc CT? HOST AT I -- Music# FestivalFinal 'I HOLD MEET ,
| Congressman R. A. Green, of \ HELD BY ''V. O. ''V.i !.

Preliminary plans for the 11th
tarke, has earned the gratitude I

{ MEET f i I of every gum turpentine producer I ]nnnuil convention of the Florida *

n TBICT I Iin the southeast for his support of registration: blanks for the ;! ranch, National Congress of Pur1 i ORGANIZATION! "c i 0 CAWESYRIE I !

I[ the George-Larsen gum turpentine i I Fifth Annual High School Music 1, ntH and Teachers, "I'e' given In ?

amendment to the AgriculturalMarketing j 1 the March Issue of i'i Mr publication ..

a ninety delegates ? Act, according to T. J. !| l festival: were mailed! this week by , The Florida PI.l', nt-Tcucher -- - .
A Joint of tho Wm-il
i meeting e :
:'f lilt' officers, I unit
the Executive to all The t dclrKnli t
Secretary i state C'onvenllo'will be heldin
vmericin Legion Aycock, the Gum Turpentine-
] men of the WnrM nnd Woodmen .
'einbcrn of the Woodmen of tha
.'t-hools Fort Myers, April Sih and Oth ,
nd district: of then Rosin Marketing Association, i which have signified their Circle organizations was UeKi at '
1 >iM! and Woodmen t'niV of
and Auxiliary Jacksonville, and one of the largestturpf."ntlne Intention of this with Hotel Franklin Arms as hea'lIqiiTters II I- I 1 .
entering year'sfestival thoVoman's Club building FrlUaiI '
n UP enjoyed the convention helilClalncHVlllo
I .
Mialne. .
of the Jones- producers In the world at being I '
'uncliiy I Tampa. venlng., when members of AMI .
( and Tues-
,iii,'I., Post at>d local: and Julian Langner nationally | Inquiries have been received | held in the Flr< lit tho >
v court h'
county u ePresiding
"The Call of k
will bo tho
held at the known authority on cooperative I from Today"
were nearly Indicating Trove
uon every large city I No. 278 to assist them in officer C. C VVhitternin

ui Building, the Inter- organization: who wow retained by I II a state wide interest in this theme: of all se-tnUwns.! ,'ntertllnlng11011.. P.radei/ \ LotiiM! "::t il\ the meeting, with ;1 'te's

nb house being clecot the turpentine farmers to organize iffalr open to every senior: and Junior Classes In publicity, parliamentary lana, Mr William Rues of Ohm l I.. 1"1\.1. C. Adklis no ohi', the

and gold streamers I the association.The i high school. Twenty-nine procedure, program. materials, I Hon. D. }1. Crawford of rirmln .. :
( i-li from <; ilnes111
::0111AcI'08S '
and for Knd -1
district directors ;
w,>rs were used pro- I gum turpentine amendment Kchoola; have formally registered as county ham, Ala.. Dr. R. T. Wells of Ken- : : *. Rettponne by 11. M M,'( '\llIy c>f
I council .
rlirectlon of a comi was passed by congress list: week. follows: presidents will be con- j tucky. nod Mr. R. T. Nelson of St : i1 , ickaonvllla.

i he auxiliary It enables gum turpentine farmers Bradford County High, Starke; I' ducted in the mornlm, Some of Petersburg, nntloml officers of the 1 ,;" In tho closing of the convention

to obtain federal farm aid loans. !jnoynt'm High, Clearwater High. the general confcrenn Hated are I[ Woodmen fraternities.The '
.1, arrived during the th-> following officers! were duly In- ,
Mr. Aycock has: Just returned to Dania i the summer round-up program I JlII.-I.: \ ;):N'IN.iiAN., St.irUoKltite : I II
1 urs end assembled at 1 I High, Daniels Schools, Daytona guests were Introduced by : .t-lloi1 to keep the wheels turning
[ local I
rnir planning : and
Florida with Mr. Langner after I High, Seabreeze 111gb, Day- l'rosidl'nl8 publications Mr. G. M. Inman, a state officer of
where luncheon was I he
,u 'use I : .'unlur Supervisor: : of the ., dating year:
A' feature of the several weeks Washington : tona; Lee County High, Ft. Myers; ; the ,V. n.V.., and wcro given I \\'. O W. OfficersIt
veil L''. 'i >on. For the first time, Florida moth- I I Wondm 'n Clicle; district manager;
where he was in close touch with Key West High, Osceola High, Kls- grand, honors before being seated '
of the .
on was the honoring er-singers, a composed of all of Florida, lluurilliin of Grove No. M. McCulley, Jarksonvlllo\ ,
,d Star mothers of the post, Congressman Green and other ]'I Rimmce; Columbia High, Lake the group from on the stage. The Stnrkc Guards, 278. He"d\ ('. C; H. R. Bears, St. Peter

Holllngsworth, mother of Wlli congressman while preparing for City; Madison high Montverde mother-singers present known as. the "Blue Jackets"\ delighted "''urg, Advisory I.. M. Hicks,
the state 0I -
will According
i.1 i lanes Mrs. Alice LangfordI the passage of the GeorgeLarsenbill. I High, Venice Nokomis High, Plant over to the Parent-Teacher npprar.: the audience with competitive -1-------------- Bi.xdenton, houd banker; C. C. Collins -

I Ur! W White. During the' !. City High, Gadsden High, Quincy; II this Is scheduled for drill work, followed" by an ad- Damage Promlain Sanford, !head clerk; Z. I>.

chcon hour Post Commander! "Prior to passage of the bill Ketterlinua High, St. Augustine; Wednesday j I dress of welcome by Mr. Inman. I Cunningham, Penuacoln, head CH- '
8th. beach
A dinner insteadof
blbllid 3. Thomas delivered an Congressman Green appeared Boys Junior High Dlnston Junior I April Response was given by Judge In Florida Is Light cult C. L. Brandon, Perry, head
I the usual bnnquet a tea, two
fore the federal farm board In be-j High, Girl's Junior High, St. Petersburg Braden. - mf.
watchman O. ? Inman, Starke
llress of welcome to visiting; luncheons I ; ,
for the Florida Par I
| one :
on behalf of the local i half of the gum turpentine ; Florida High, Tallahassee State officers of the Circle were Minml, Fla, March tt. A K\<"n" clinlrmin auditor, E. J. Wllkernon,

gates : ers on several occasions," Mr. Ay- ; Hlllsborough High, Plant I ent-Teacher, the other la: charge them escorted to the stage by Mrs. orally heavy rain! fell In moot vegetable -! < fchnbae, M. A., Miami, D.H .
nnlzatlon.rayor of the
: H. C. Wall delivered a'' cock said. "When It became neceiiary High, Woodrow Wilson Junior tour publicity department, anda Voncla\ Inman, guardian, and presented -I growing areas In south FlorIda -' Luke City, Mac Cain,
of Ft. be
\ will the '
address\ on behalf of they to obtain enactment of the High, Tampa; Tarpon Springs social Myers I to the audience They were Sunday and Monday! of this .1 cknonvllle, W. S. Collins, Tampa:
Icom of thH
Starke. N. D. Wainwright amendment Congressman Green High; Palm Beach High ; Wildwood gathering. Mrs. Myrtle A. Depew of Ft. ,week. The rain was heaviest Just V 1' Miller, MuiUnna. Jr. past
: A board of
)' secretary of the con- was elected secretary of a steering i i I High; Winter Park High. managers meeting\ I Pierce, state president, MIsS Myrtle -!I north of Miami ami on the lower" .,,11'I head counsel.:
acted as called for 2 7th In the
,, A vocal solo was render-i, committee of all southern repre- Owing to the conflict with the p. m. April O. Crump of Tampa, state manger went corst ur,>un icnco sentatives In congress to guide It I American headquarters hotel. and member of legislative I 1'Vrt Myers.
Legion Convention the State Mrs. Leila Davis
I I president,
J. Davis
R. accompan- .
Mrs. With the 1031 .seSSiOn of
by leg
Miss Ethel Griffin. Fred W. ; through safely and successfully. dates: of the Fifth Festival will be islature In the Immediate' future I committee Miss Agnes Moore of A part of the plantings! of tomatoes I Jacksonville; Vlce-prenldent' ,
by I
"Ultimately when Congressman Tampa, Junior drill team captain. around Everglades\ on the
Monticello, vice command-' Friday and Saturday, April 17 and Mrs. Ullldied! Boone, Lakeland;
ilker the article In this :March
second district, delivered Larsen, co-author of the bill with 18 In Tampa, with the same schedule !- appearing j I Following addresses by national! west count ami around nanlrL soul Slate secretary, Mr. Bcsnle Green,
of the issue of Florida Parent-Teach
in Senator Walter George, became ill, of events as originally planned. the I officers of the W. O. W., Miss Hullondalo: on the east coast were Live Oak; State treasurer, Mrs.
work of Legion I
address on er, from their chairman of legislaLion -
i Mrs. L. G. Powelle Mr. Green was elected vice chairman Officers of the association this I Crump gave an Interesting talk in under water for a time, but the Hertn. C. Vaughn, Tampa; State
district. will be Interest. Mrs. Willis -
of the steering committee. He year are Frederick H. Spaulding, behalf of the splendid work of the damage from drowning will dependon chaplain. Mrs. Ruth Hubbnrd!, Pen-

,' a reading. adant actively directed the operations of president, principal of Hlllsbor M. Ball, Jacksonville, the chairman Woodmen' Circle throughout the weather conditions followingthe Biicolit; State attendant, Lain ROHnlgnol '
Howard Rowton, department states "We to
this committee In,achieving passage are pledged I state." Sovereigns J. W. ruin. The weather" on Tuesday
addressed the meeting and ough High School; Oliver A. Scav- AldernLulJ. Jacksonville; State assistant -
individual posts of the bill." i I er, executive secretary, professor support tho enforcement of the W. K. Mlddleton.! G. W. was cool, clearing and windy\ and attendant, Mrs. Rose Reeves,

rested that Mr. Aycock Is a member of the of public school music. Southern prohibition law, the proposed legislative and F. Colley, members of the I generally favorab'e' to tho dryingof Gainesville; State auditors Ruth
two ac-
mid undertake one or of the state boardof
program I
them out andat executive committee of the Gum i College; and Roger Clapp, assist- local organization were then escorted the land. Flzaili: Jacksonville, Mrs. Ann W.
vitlca and carry health, a marriage health certificate '
Marketing As- to the altar where they Little damage was reported in
Turpentine-Rosin ant cashier, Exchange National Oeklem, Jacksonville, Mrs. Vonda
Buccess is certain.made by Miss sociation which has headquartersIn I Bank, treasurer. The festival is and! the state"educational association were presented each with a twen- area around Homestead' where the Inman Starke, Elva Jones, St.

Addresses were Jacksonville. The association sponsored by the Tampa Chamber program. Later In her ty-five year service' pin by lion. rainfall was Dot as heavy as northof Petersburg, Una Ballctlne, Gaines-
ulse Cone High Springs, two- article Mrs. Ball says, Personally K. B. Lewis of Kingston, N. C., one Miami. Estimates
American numbers in Us membership of Commerce as part of its regular by shippers ville; Inner: Sentinel, Kate Broomo.Ft. .
strict vice-president I do not see how we can
thirds of the gum turpentine pro- yearly activities and is supportedby escape of the national officers. and growers Indicate not more tnan ,. :. Lauderdule; Outer Sentinel
Ira C. Hop-
glon Auxiliary; Mrs. of the southeast. taking an Increasingly Intelligent Interesting talks on Woodcraftwere a 10 per cent Ions from drowningIn
ducers the school, county, and city of- Addle Mae Godbolt, Lake City;
Auxil- I
r, president of the State interest In legislation if we are to
and ,
made officers the of and
ficials.. In this way it Is possible by visiting acreage south here, tate captain, Mrs. Pearl S. Schla-
ry at the American Legion; for student of get adequate proUKition for our members of the local org nlllltl"n.:: If the weather' during the next ater, I'ensucol.i! Musician, Edith
star any any Florida ;
K. Ball, department gold First BANKS FORFEIT high school to enter without thepayment. children. The visitors complimented the few days la favorable' the damage Tlppetis, Jacksonville; Junior Supervisor -
airman; Mrs. C. M. Gibbs, town on the splendid! of to the south of Miami
RIGHTS ON NEJV of fees or dues in any apenrance acreage Mrs. Ruby Latham, Kla-
istrict vice president, Its public buildings and streets, probably will be light.
VETERANS LOANS form. Cold Pack Plant IsJleingMade Hlmmee; National delegates, Mru.
aven; lira. C. E. James, depart-
"nd expressed pleasure over being The plantings of beans and peppers Depew, 'Ft. Pierce, Mrs. E. Strick-

tent music chairman, Fort Pierce Ready able to be present at this meeting.: around Pompano escaped land, Lake Butler; alternates, Mrs.
mexican Legion Auxiliary. Washington, Mar. 6.-Banks Increasing WEDDING
I without serious damage. While Bennett Hawthorn Annie Uackuo.
lie meeting was adjourned at loans to veterans from the AND BANQUETMr. Workmen started this week pre- there were practically no beans offered Miami.
o'clock to allow delegates to go 22 1-2 cent of the old law to CROSI1V CEMETERY TOBF.
per paring the old gin building next to at the Pompano express plat: This election was featured by

to business sessions of the Auxilry the present 50 per cent of certif- and Mrs. Frank C. Gould, the ice plant for cold packing CLEANED 4TII WEEK: form Monday because of tho rainy having Mrs. Mary E. La Rocca of

and American Legion. Many icates' face value, waive their collection of East Hartford, Conn, were strawberries this season, the plant IN MARCH DESIGNATEDSponsored weather, growers were In the fleldn. Omaha, Neb., national president, as

elegates stated that this was the rights on the old paper. treated to an agreeable surprise being rented by Kruse, Inc., of picking early Tuesday morning. presiding officers. '

rgesl; and most successful meet- The veteran bureau decided to- Thursday evening, Mar. 6th. Their Plant City. The building is being by the W. T. Weeks Around Canal Point, the damagewas .. -

'g of the Second District of the day a bank could not issue a new many Hampton and Connecticut changed to fit the purposes of the Chapter, U. D. C., there will be a rather light, but the high O. A. MITCHELL) I'

erican Legion and the Auxiliary note for half the certificate's value, friends gave a reception and ban- new plant and will be screened general cleaning at Crosby cemetery winds of last week whipped the

eld.Among covering an old loan, and presentit quet in their honor at the Hampton throughout. Both the exterior beginning the 23rd of March crop and scarred many of the beans Following a illness of several 'f

the delegates attending Immediately for collection. Hotel. and the Interior will be painted and continuing throughout the that were ready to pick. months, O. A. Mitchell, a resident

'ere:'Mrs. Ira C. Hopper, depart- Bureau officials explained the Covers were laid for 23 guests and all requirements for a plantof week. Tho rainfall In Miami amounted of Starke for many years, died at 'I

enl president of the American regulation requiring banks to hold and sharp at the hour of eight the this kind by the state board of The following committee from to a little over three inches for 3 o'clock Monday afternoon at bin

.eglon Auxiliary: Lakeland; Mrs. the notes for six months before party was ushered into the din- health will be carried out. Benches the chapter Is in charge of the Sunday and Monday, according to homo on Went Call street. Funeral

I L G. Gibbs, First District vice- submitting them for collection remains Ing room, where a very pleasant' and tables for use i of workers In work: Miss Amelia Ray Mrs. J. the records. of the weather bureau services were held at the home

resident, American Legion Auxil- In force. The combined loansin repast was served by Mr. and Mrs: I stemming the fruit are being con- E.: Wilson,. Mrs.!! J. M. BrownIes! here, and weather reports showed Tuesday afternoon In charge of

lames, department music chair- new loan eligible' for collection six tess. The table decorations were The company plans to erect Its Wall. The chapter Is fortunate In Myers for the two days Mont of Dunham, Interment following at '

nan, American Legion Auxiliary, months after the issuance. pretty, but not elaborate, in fact, own building here for cold pack- securing the co-operation of Mr the rain in the Miami area fell Sun Crosby cemetery, where the Masonic -

art Pierce; Mrs. J. K. Ball, de- The federal reserve board has the whole affair was conducted in Ing berries before another season II. A. Bishop who will act an manager day night and early Monday morn- service was conducted by Dr.

irtmcnt gold star chairman, advised Administrator Hines that a very informal, manner. and to equip It with machinery for of the work. Mr. Bishop will Ins, but around Ft. Myers, the fall Geo. II. Lowry. t

American Legion Auxiliary, Ocala; simplified instructions have been The bride was becomingly dressed handling a large amount of fruit employ the labor and see that the was about equally divided between Mr. Mitchell moved I to Starke

"I. Jess Davis, department wel- Issued to member banks to expe- In a beautiful light crepe gownof daily. The present equipment will work Is properly done. the two days. The rain around from Missouri, building his home

ire chairman, American Legion dite handling loans. contrasting brown and tan allow handling of approximately To defray the expense of the I llullendnle and Dunla was accompanied here and was a model citizen, making -

Biliary. Gainesville; Mrs. Ed The board said loans would remain shades, hat, gloves and coat to 300 bushels daily. The fruit will cemetery cleaning, the above nam- by wind and by hall In a many friends throughout tile \

lartin, national page American eligible for discounting under match. The groom was dressed in be packed and pre-<:oolel! here and ed committee will solicit funds few localities. county lie was a member of the "

*flon Auxiliary, national conven- the old law which provided they a modest grey suit. After the en- ihlpped by truck to Jacksonville from the owners of lots and those As a result of the rain, shipmentsof Baptist church and Masonic Lodge,

'DUal Boston, Mass.; Ed Martin, should be treated as any other tree was served, the bride with all where it will be frozen for ship- Interested in making "the City of practically all south Florid.I: attending both regularly until 111-

wcutlve committeeman Second commercial paper, although the the solemnity becoming the occasion ment north. the Dead" a more. beautiful place. !. vegetables will he lighter than was ness kept him home.

strict American Legion and past new 4 1-2 Interest rate Is lower cut the wedding cake which -. -PIERCE: WILL HAVEFLA. expected lust week. The tomato Reside his wife, he leaves two)
'Ice of negotiable movement from around Homestead Sons residing In Lou Angeles, Calif..
commander Second District, than the majority was served to all the guests with JOB HERKEUS! NOT FKESS ASSOCIATIONH. '
erlcan Legion, Ocala: Jess Da- banking credits. the best wishes of the bride and AI1VISES In expected to show an Increase four brothers! and one sister

'11, post commander, Gainesville .- TO COME TO WASHINGTON but the decrease from the other C
groom. H. Hudson of The
- IIESLUThNSWhereas '
t, American Legion and past The list of guests present were: I sections will probably offset thl'\ I '
ice EASTER 8tINHIK In a statement iHHued this week, I Star-Advocate, was named president ..1.--
commander, Second District, SHRINE Mr. and Mrs. Ackley, Mr. and Mrs. Increase.
Civil Service of the South Florida Press the Supreme Architect
TO BE BROADCAST the United States
amenville Howard Rowton de- SERVICE FKOM: WFLA Hlaley, Mr. Olsen, Mrs. Olmstcad, Commission advised the public not I Association at the meeting of the Shipments of beans, potatoes, In Ills Infinite wjsdom has been
wtment adjutant American LegIon Mr. and Mrs. Pursley Mrs. C. J. 'In'penll\ will probably be In about
to to Washington' for the organization at Orlando last Friday pleased to take unto Himself the
come ,
r Paatka.) : Fred W. Walker: vice -have been made Cannon,Mr. and Mrs. B. Y. Saxon, of seeking Federal employ night. The meeting wan held thu same volume as last week but iplrlt of our deceased brother, Osir .

,maniier Second District, Mon- Arrangements WFLA, Clearwater Mr. and Mrs. Durden, Mr. and Mrs. ment.purpose I *n connection with the press break I shipments of peppers will likely ti I A. Mitchell, and
rcello Mr E. A. Wright, depart- with Radio Station Mast, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Saxon. somewhat lighter than last week of IdaMasonic
broadcasting of the I The Commission explained that fast of the Central Florida Exposition Wherett the trestle board
'Uent P)PPy chairman American frr the I I Mr. and Mrs. Weiner, Mr. and when over 90 earlobe were shipped.
,I.e Sunrise Service the District of Columbia Committee for Florida! newspaper men., I life was such as to entitle
Louise Sion Auxiliary, Lake City; Miss Shrine Easter held in Plant Park, Mrs. Mack Elberg Mr. and Mrs. on Employment has called its Mr. Hudson was recently elected"resident I ---.- i ft ulrn to receive the white stone with

nd,' !' Cone, vice president, Sec- which WH be promptly at 6:15: Kammerer. A peculiar circumstance attention to a number of patheticcases !! of the state Press Association -''M'rJtKEIE.V! NAMED "'. new name, and

D.3trlct American Legion Aux- Tampa, beginning connects itself with the nativity where persons have come at the annual meeting In I'ECAN HOItV DIKECTOKS I Whereas, by the faithful
-a7.ani1 department radio chatr- a. m., on Easter and morning.impressive service of these guests. A clone from considerable distances expecting Galncnvllle. of the great duties owed to

American Legion Auxiliary. A beautiful arranged which Included count of the number of states rep- to obtain a government poll Policies for the coming year for Live Oak, March 7.--J. T. Car :iol, to his neighbor and to hlm-
p. TA.. has selections by resented in this gathering shows tlon on the strength of having the South Florida organization roll of this city has been named u elf our brother deserved the title
MEET under the lead- that ten states and two foreign pinned a civil service examinationonly I were discussed at the Orlando director In tho Florida Cooperative ,I man and Mason be it therefore/
NEXT WEDNESDAY gypt: Temple Merle Price singing by !countries were represented.The to become stranded and In meeting. Other officers elected In- Pecan Marketing Association solved that In the passing of OB-

The P ership of solo numbers congenial toastmaster Rev.J. .some Instances a public charge.It I I eluded John Parks, New Port :Other directors 'named included I. nr A. Mitchell, Masonry has suf-

aeIda7 T A.wlflmneet next Wed- the Chanters and special vocalist. B. Ackley, of Connecticut, acquitted was pointed out that even If Richey, first vice-president; Km- :a: Schenck, of Waldo, A. C. Duv red the Ions of a valued member

6 the afternoon' at -ee-thlrty. by i celebrated strictly nonsectarian himself with great honors a person baa paused a civil service I *el Kay, Tampa, secretary; J. C. enport of Hellevlew, N. D. Wainwright 'nd the community a useful cltl-
School ia
;::1'111 M. aud'torlum.' The prow The service Is cordially keeping the assemblage In the best examination with a high rating he |I Robinson, Starke, treasurer; J. J.human. nod L. C. Powell of Stark :n, and

Community be as follows: r-ad, everyone attend. It Is of spirits throughout the evening. has no assurance that a position j I Vero Beach, I I. the retiring - -- I IH'J' lie it further resolved Bradford]

Prayer. singing. invited 11 personally that will After a very pleasant evening the will be immediately available to I' president. :Mr. Kay In also ICEIiC;ILDINO I ;.odge No. 35, F. & A. M., extend

B lnf'S8 Rev. G. H. Lowry. realized: however many and it Is guests departed wishing Mr. and 'him. Appointments to Federal positions -secretary of the State Press Association. -- I k his loved ones Its sincere, heartIt -

Annual meeting. not find this possible broadcasting the Mrs. Gould a life long happiness. the Com minions Bald are j Members of the legislative Win. Bapp started workmen l t'i ,'o | sympathy and while we mourn
I In ,
The.nooks election, of officers. hoped that additional thousands. will I made only aa1 the.actual needa of committee who reported at the m erecting another store building\ ,M absence, we rejoice in the re-

1n, T T our Children Read- program the service. ,('ONGRESSIANGUEEN HOME the service 'require, and in accordance -,. meeting are the same as the committee on the kite where two other build I vanl allotted to the soul just
Long. be able to enjoy
"service i the state or- i ode perfect.
with the civil | representing ngs have been destroyed by In
7t1fYlng. the School Room- AT HOME Congressman A. Green arrived rules, and the presence of an applicant ganization. The members of this! :endlary fires during the but fi ,% I. Be It further resolved, that these

Reuiing Brownlee, TLAX'TO" LIVE home Sunday afternoon. following In Washington can not In any committee are: R. II. Berg. Melbourne months. The building now being!\ "resolutions be spread on our rec-
i i5 t'Jmpth Ielected-Miss Mar- Unusually adjournment of congress, way improve or expedite any prqs- chairman; J. E. Worthing- constructed Is not as Large as the I Iflrst rds and a copy sent to his bereav1 -

There ....ui be Lake Butler,of Fla -and other and will spend the greater portion pects of employment he may have. ; ton Lake Wales; Don Lochner, two, but he plan. to rush it to1 I, family, also a copy sent to the

g e a Prize given to large acreages corn In of his vacation In Starke with his The Commission stated In conclusion .Clerment; John Parkes, New Port completion and stock It with a gen , :Bradford County Telegraph for
having are' to be planted
tier of the largest num- feed crops this parents. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Green. that no one should come to Richey; Lauren Hand Delray eral line of merchandise. publication.
Uenta counties
41.0 there and friends present. union and Bradford his absence from Washington Washington expecting to receive a Beach: C. P. Hefelsteln, Live Oak; i Signed' :
a During
the e W\u\ be a prize given to season, and farmers are live-at-home showing Congressman Green will have Federal position except In responseto R. B. Chlldsv Bronson; George Mourner Keep the water container In the J. M.' MITCHELL.O. .

bet arenta h&thg the large sumdu lot of Interest in the stressed his office there kept open for the a definite offer of employment Eustls; Nate Reece. Arcadia poultry house above the floor to F.. RAYMOND.

.._:forthe-Year who. hsve paid their County program Agent which L.Is T.being Dyer reports. convenience of kite constituents.: from a Government establishment. ,and J., C. Robinson. Starke. prevent contamination with Utter L.' D. VININO.


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for the llthnnnml
Preliminary plans'
P-tarke; has earned the gratitudeof I II I

' TRCT! MEET\ ;!I I the every southeast gum turpentine for his support producerin of I II i Final registration blanks for the i!dents branch.and convention National Teachers Conrrcss,of ire the given of Florida Pnr-Ini ; ? I N J ESVttEE'1"tt. !

the George-Larsen turpentine I
gum Fifth Annual School Music
1I I Ii High the March issue of Cvlr:, publication .- I 1A
._ 1I i ._
amendment to the AgriculturalMarketing < I --- '
I Festival were mailed this week by '
The Florida Pa nt-Teacher
i 'v ninety. delegates Act according to T. J.I I i( A Joint meeting of the Wooit officers, delegate. and

American Legion Aycock, of the Gum Turpentine-j i the Executive Secretary to all I. Tho state convention will be held, i men of the WorM' and Woodmen H-irttii'ra, of the WOOl 1m.'" of the

sci/nd, district of the Rosin Marketing Association,, .choola which have signified their I In Fort Myers, April Sth and Oth i Circle organlzitlons was hold l at nl', and Woodmen, Cmle of
with Hotel Franklin! Arms headqutrtcrs .
i ,' in and Auxiliary Jacksonville, and one of the largest.I intention of entering this year'", an Woman's Club building Frltlavenlng ;> i MH, | < enjoyed tho convention held

Sunday of the Jones- turpentine producers In the world festival at Tampa. jl buolnestt Billons being I when members flf AH ( :.iini-willo Monday. : and TUPH-
held in the First 1 church.
lilt Post and local and Julian Langner, nationally I I Inquiries have been received BnptHt I Friends Camp Invited members of .' \' ,Ithe I county court h' uiePn
"The Call of Tortay" will be tile .
'",ion were held at the known authority on cooperative ,; from nearly every large city Indicating r.ruve No. 278 to assist thorn inntertalninjr .Aiding officer C C Whltter

iiib, Building) the intcr- organization who was retained by|i a state wide interest in thin theme of all emion.s. ,' Hon. Hraden of Louis. in, nr-'\ the meeting 'with ::t ita'a

1 lub house being decent the turpentine farmers to organize' affair open to every senior an.l Junior Classes In publicity parliamentary . lana, Mr. William rtuoBi of Ohio \ f aC "*. i racy' J. C. ArtklT mildthe,
materials, #
,' and gold streamers the association. high school. TWI.nty-nlne procedure program Hon. D. n Crawford of Elrmln'f-! drome' nddrona lrmInl'a;, -
II amendmentwas and for district directors rind county hnm AII ., Dr. R. T. Wells of Kentucky : ( 1 1j.
dowers were used pro- The gum turpentine schools have formally registered as 111<'. Response by II. M Me( 'ully oft

direction of a com- passed by congress last week.It I follows: I council presidents will be conducted ami Mr. R. T. Nelson of StPetersburg .' y t ickttonvllla.In 'I
In tho mornini,: Some of 1 r"aDa1a .
ii the auxiliary. enables gum turpentine farmersto I Bradford County High Starke: I I national officers of the the cloning of the convention
: the conferen- listed
j general are '
obtain federal farm aid loans. I Boynton High, Clearwater High : Woodmen fraternities.The i the following officers were duly In-
arrived during then i the summer round-'ip' :: A )NIN.II.N. sti rUt
r'2 program ,
> >
I: I Mr. has returned to [ guests were introduced by : it-lK d to {
and assembled at Aycock Just J Dania High, Daniels Schools, Daytona : keep tliCfWheds turning
, h urs where luncheon was Florida with Mr. Langner after I' High, Seabreeze High Daytona planning local presidents: and pub Mr. G. M. In man, a state officer of I i'.tiito: Junior Supervisor of the duilnithe, ; year:
,.iii', 1 ''I use lications.
several weeks H Washington Lee the W. O.V.., and were given U. O. \V. Officer' ;
County High Myers Wlu
A'' feature of the ; ; < Circle; district manager I
n'on. For the first time.
'' ii 11
ei where he was In close touch with I West Osceola grand honors before being seater H. M. Jacksonville J 1
the honoring of the Key High, High of all j of Florid, Uuimllun of Grove No. McCullcy
was er-singers, a composed i
Ion group the The Starke Gu'\rdR,1 '
of the Congressman Green and other ; Columbia High, Lake on stage. i 278. HId C. C.: 1C. It. Rears St. Peter -

1 I Star mothers mother of post Wil-, congressman while preparing for j" City; Madison high, Montverde the mother-singers present from known as the "Blue Jacket! delighted I _ __' .__ _ __,,_. __ ''iirg, Advisory, \ L. M Hicks, ;
Hollingsworth, over the state will According
the passage of the George-Larsen High Venice Nokomis High. Plant' .ippear. the audience with romped I Btadenton, head banker; C. C. Collins
.1 l tones Mrs. Alice Langford to the Pnrent-Teacher. tive drill work followed by an address
bill. I City High Gadsden High, Quincy: I Damage From Rain Sanford, head clerk; Z. D.
I W White. During this Is scheduled Wednesday,
i Mr of welcome Mr. Inman.
of the bill i Cunningham, Penaacolu head -
"Prior to passage i Ketterlinus High, St. Augustine; I escort
hour Post Commander April Sth. A beach dinner Instead In Florida Is
heon Response was given by Judge Light
Congressman Green appeared before Boys Junior High, Disston Junior C. L. Brandon Perry head
hlbald; J. Thomas delivered an lof the usual banquet a ten, two Oradpn.
board In be- watchman U. M. Inman, Starke
the federal farm High Girl's Junior High, St. Pet ; ,
res of welcome to visiting luncheons, one for the Florida Par State officers of the Circle were, MIAmi, Flu, March ft. A generally
half of the gum turpentine farmers ersburg; Florida High, Tallahassee chntnn: auditor, K.: J. Wilkeruon'
''gates on behalf of the local ent-Teacher, the other la charge them escorted to the stage by Mrs heavy rain: fell In moat' vege
on several occasions Mr. Ay- ; Hlllsborough High Plant (i-chobee, d IA.\: Sapp, Miami, D.
inlzatton.ayor of the publicity department, anda Vondu Inman, guardian, and presented table growing arena In south Florida
cock said. "When It became neces-I I High, Woodrow Wilson Junior n Markham Luke City Mac Cain,
C. Wall delivered a tour of Ft. will be the
; H Myers to the audience They were 1 / Sunday and Monday! of thin
to obtain enactment of the I J vkMnuvllle, W. S. Collins, Tampa,
sary High, Tampa; Tarpon Springs
ome address on behalf of the 1 social features of this!' gathering. Mrs Myrtle A. Depew of Ft. week The ruin was heaviest Junt *.
Green V 1 Miller, MarKmna, Jr. past
Congressman Wildwood
amendment High Palm Beach High -
; ; I
v 01 Starke. N. D. Wainwright, of a steering A board of managers meeting I is: I Pierce, state president, Miss Myrtle north of Miami and on tho lower' :i.t.i I head coiiniol.v : .
elected secretary Winter Park I
was High High.
secretary of the con- 1 1 ; called for 2 m. April 7th In the l
acted as p. O. Crump of Tampa state man- went court ar"m.i'v'rgl\ : .lt1i and \ uilmrn Circle Offlrrrn
committee of all southern representatives Owing to the conflict with the
"nce A vocal solo was render- headquarters hotel. igcr and member' of legislative Fort Myers.A .
in congress to guide it American Convention the I State president, Mrs Leila Da-
by Mrs. R. J. Davis accompanby Legion With the 1931 session of the leg committee, Miss Agnes Moore of, part of the plantings of to- via
and successfully. I: Jacksonville; Vlce-pro.ildcnt.!
through safely dates of the Fifth Festival will be
Miss Ethel Griffin. Fred W. islature in the Immediate' future Tampa, Junior drill team captain Kintoos around, KverKhulcs: on the Mrs Mildred< Boone, Lakeland;
.ilkcr. Monticello vice command- "Ultimately, Friday and Saturday April 17 and tho article appearing In this March Following addresses by national west count and around Danla and Beanie i
with State /secretary llm Green
of the bill
Larsen co-author 18 in with the schedule
of the second district, delivered ill issue of the Florida ParentTeacher officers of the W. O.V... Miss: Hallcndale on the caat count were Live Oak State treasurer, Mrs
became ;
Senator of events
address on work of Legion in as originally planned. from their chairman of legislation Crump gave an Interesting talk In under water for a time but the Berta C Vaughn Tampa State
elected vice chairman ;
Mr. Green was Officers of the association this
district Mrs. L. G. Powelle committee. He I will be of interest Mrs. Willis behalf of the splendid work of the damage from drowning will depend chaplain Mrs Ruth Hubhurd Pen-
of the
Frederick H. ,
year are M. Dall Jacksonville the chair
\ a reading. directed the operations of Woodmen Circle throughout the on weather conditions following Hucol'i' ; State attendant/ Leta Roanlgnol -
Howard Rowton department ad- actively president, principal of Hillsbor- man, states, "We are pledged to( state. Sovereigns J. ,V. the rAin. The weather on Tuawlay; Jacksonville State asul t-

mi: addressed the meeting and this committee In achieving pass- ough High School; Oliver A. Seaver support the enforcement of the, "'V.O Mlddleton, G. W. Morglln. I was cool clearing and windy and ant attendant, Mrs.; Rose Reeves,

essed that individual posts age of the bill"Mr. of the executive secretary, professor prohibition law the proposed legislative and J. F. Colley, members of the generally favorable to tho drying Gainesville; State auditors, Ruth
Is member
auld> undertake one or two ac- Aycock Gum of public school music Southern( program of the state boardof local organization were then en-, of the land. Fl/imh: Jacksonville, Mrs. Ann W.
executive committee of the .
itles and carry them out and Marketing As- College; and Roger Clapp assist health a marriage health certif corted to the altar where they Little damage was repotted In Oeklera, Jacksonville, Mrs VondiiInnvin

.it success is certain. Turpentine-Rosin ant cashier, Exchange National icate, and the state educational association were presented each with n twen area around HomeHtead where the, Starke, Rlva Jones, St.
sociation which has headquarters Is
treasurer. The festival "
Addresses were made by Miss The association Bank program. Later in her ty-five year service pin by Hon.K. rainfall was not as heavy aa northof Petersburg, Una Uullotlne, Gainesville -
uls Cone, High Springs Secondtrlct in In Its membership two- sponsored by the Tampa Chamber article Mrs. Ball says, "PersonallyI B. Lewis of Kingston N. C., one Miami. Estimates by shippers: ; Inner Sentinel, Kate Broome,
numbers of Its
Commerce of
; vice-president Americanglon as part rE'gul'ryearly do not see how we can escape of the national officers. and growers Indicate not more than Ft. Lauderdale; Outer Sentinel
of the turpentine pro- .
thirds activities and is
Auxiliary; Mrs Ira C. Hop- gum supportedby taking an Increasingly intelligent Interesting talks on Woodcraftwere 110 per cent lose from drowningIn Addle Mae Gndbolt, Lake City;

r, president of the State Auxil- ducers of the southeast. : the school, county, and city of Interest In legislation If we are to made by visiting officers and the acreage south of here, and State captain, Mrs. Pearl S. Schln- ,

y of the American Legion; Mrs. ficials.. In this way it is possiblefor get adequate protection for our, members of the local organizationThe If the weather during the next ster, Pensacoli; Musician, Edith }

K. Ball, department gold star BANKS FORFEIT any student of any Florida children." visitors complimented the few days' la favorable, the damage Tlppena, Jacksonville; Junior Supervisor -

airman; Mrs. C. M. Glbbs First high school to enter without the town on the splendid apearance of I to the acreage/ south of Miami! Mrs Ruby Latham KlaHlmmee : -

strict vice president, Winter RIGHTS ON NEW I payment of fees or dues in any Pack Plant Is Its public buildings and streets, ;probably will be light. ; National delegates, Mrs

liven: ; Mrs. C. E. James, depart- VETERANS LOANS I form. Cold -nd expressed pleasure over being The plantings beans and peppers Depew ....t. Pierce, Mrs E. Strick

lent music chairman, Fort Pierce I Being Made Ready able to be present at this meeting. around Pompano escaped land. Lake Butler; alternates, Mrs.

merican Legion Auxiliary.The Washington, Mar 0.-Banks Increasing WEDDING RECEPTIONSAND without serious damage. While Bennett, Hawthorn, Annie Ruckus

meeting was adjourned at loans to veterans from the BANQUETMr. Workmen started this week pre CKOSKV; CEMETERY! : TOnE there were practically no beans of Miami.

o'clock to allow delegates to goto 22 1-2 per cent of the old law to paring the old gin building next to CLEANED' 4TH WEEK fered at the Pompano express platform This election was featured by

business sessions of the Auxll- the present 50 per cent of certif- and Mrs Frank C. Gould the ice plant for cold packing .MARCH! DESIGNATED Monday because of the rainy having Mrs. Mary E. La Hocca of

ry and American Legion. Many icates' face value, waive their collection of East Hartford Conn., were strawberries this season the plant weather, growers were In the Held Omaha Neb., national president, as

legates stated that this was the rights on the old paper. treated to an agreeable surprise, being rented by Kruse, Inc., of: Sponsored by the W. T. Weeks picking early Tuesday morning. presiding officers.

rgest and most successful meetg The veterans bureau decided today Thursday evening Mar. 5th. Their Plant City. The building Is being Chapter, U. D. C., there will be a Around Canal Point, the damage -

of the Second District of the a bank could not issue a new many Hampton and Connecticut changed to lit the purposes of the cleaning at Crosby cemetery was rather light, but the high O. A. MITCHELL ;
mcrlcan Legion and the Auxiliary note for half the certificate's value friends gave a reception and ban new plant and will be screened the 23rd of March winds of taut week whipped tho .'

k-ld I covering an old loan, and presentIt quet in their honor at the Hampton throughout. Both the exterior beginning throughout theweek. crop and scarred many of the bean Following a Illness of several
will be painted and continuing that were ready to pick. months, O. A. Mitchell, a residentof
Among the delegates attending, Immediately for collection. Hotel. and the Interior

ere:'Mrs. Ira C. Hopper depart-: Bureau officials explained the Covers were laid for 25 guestsand and all requirements for a plantof committee from The rainfall In Miami amounted Starke for many years, died at
nit American' banks to hold kind the state board of The following to a little over three Inches for :3 o'clock Monday afternoon at his
president of the regulation requiring sharp at the hour of eight the this by Is In charge of the
the chapter
home West Call street. Funeral
'vork: .
services held at the homoTuesday
1.1 G. collection remains tables for tis itof worker In the records of the weather bureau were
Glbbs District vice- for and
First submitting them ing room where a very pleasant K,. Wilson. Mrs. J. M. Brownlee, afternoon In charge of
resident American Legion Auxtlr in force. The combined loansin repast was served by Mr. and Mrs stemming the fruit are being con S. K. Brownlee and Mrs. W. L. here, and weather reports showed ,
Rev. 0. P. Raymond and Dr. A. E.
about the for Fort
> Winter C. E. note considered as anew host and hos structed. same amount
Haven; Mrs. a new are W. J. Root, acting as Wall. The Is fortunate In
erect Its chapter Myern for tho two days. Mont of Dunham, Interment following at
six to
for collection decorations The plans
loan eligible tess. The table were company of Mr.
chair-an securing co-operation the rain In the Miami fell Sun Crosby cemetery, where the MaHonlc -
cold area
Legion Auxiliary months after the issuance. pretty, but not elaborate, In fact own building here for pack- H. A. Bishop who will act as man- service wall conducted by Dr.

''>rt Pierce; Mrs. J. K. Ball, de- The federal reserve board has the whole affair was conducted In Ing berries before another season of the work. Mr. Bishop will day night and early Monday morn-
for ager ln.:, but around Ft. Myers, the fall Gen II. Lowry.Mr. .
that it with machinery
irtment Hines to
Administrator and equip
gold star chairman, advised a very Informai manner. employ the labor and see that the Mitchell moved to Starke
about divided betweenthe
of fruit was equally
merican Legion Auxiliary Ocala; simplified Instructions have been The bride was becomingly dressed handling a large amount done.
work is properly
from Missouri, building his home
will two The rain around
'Irs.! Jess Davis, department wel- issued to member banks to expe- in a beautiful light crepe gown daily. The present equipment To defray the expense of the Hallendale and Danla was accompanied here and was a model citizen, making

u-e chairman American Legion dite handling loans. of contrasting brown and tan allow handling of approximately cemetery cleaning the above nam- friends throughout the
Ed said loans would remain and coat to 300 bushels dully. The fruit will by wind and by hall In a many
.UXlllary. Gainesville; Mrs. The board shades hat, gloves ed committee will solicit funds county. lie was n member of the
and few localities.As .
;actin. national page American eligible for discounting un- match. Tho groom was dressed In be packed and pre-cooled here from the owners of lots and those Baptist church and Masonic Lodge
result of the rain
a shipments
lliOD Auxiliary, national conven- der the old law which provided they a modest grey suit. After the en shipped by truck to Interested In making "the City of attending both regularly until Illness
all south Floridavegetables
''OB at Boston, Mass.; Ed Martin, should be treated as any other tree was served the bride with all It will be frozen for ship- the Dead" a more beautiful place of practically kept him home.
will be lighter than was
wcutlve Second although the the occasion ment north.ADVISES .
committeeman commercial paper the solemnity becoming e
Besides his wife, he leaves two
lust week. The tomato
fitted American Legion'and past new 4 1-2 interest rate is lower cut the wedding cake which FORT l'IEIl'EVII.J.. HAVE movement from around Homestead sons reiiidlng. In Los Angeles, Calif*

Ice commander Second District, than the majority of negotiable was served to all the guests with JOB HEKKERS NOT FLA. I'KESS! ASSOCIATION four brothers and one sister
l is expected to show an Increase,,
'Dlerlcan Legion Ocala; Jess Data banking credits. the best wishes of the bride and TO CO.MK TO WASHINGTON '
I but the decrease from the other
post commander. Gainesville groom. -_ .- H. H. Hudson publisher of The RESOLUTIONS<
section will probably offset thlIncrease. ::< .
oat< American Legion and past 1-' The list of guests present were;: In n sta.tement'18I1ue thin week Star-Advocate was named president . .k--_

'ice commander Second District SHRINE EASTER SUNitl4ESERVICE Mr. and Mrs. Ackley Mr. and Mrs.. United States Civil Service of the South Florida Press Whereas, the Supreme Architect.

,amesvllle, Howard Rowton, de- TO BE BROADCAST Rlsley. Mr. Olsen Mrs. Olmstead Commission the advised the public not Association at the meeting of the Shipments of beans, potatoes, In Hlit. Infinite wjsdom hall been
WFLA and will be In about
"tment adjutant American Leg- FROM Mr. and :Mrs Pursley Mrs C. J. to Washington for the organization at Orlando last Friday peas probably pleased to take unto Himself the
to come volume last but
Ian, Palatka; Fred W. Walker, vice CannonMr. and Mrs. B. Y. Saxon, of seeking Federal employ night. The meeting was heldIn the same as week ,spirit of our deceased brother Os-
made of will b.
purpose likely
nnmaniler, Second District Mont Arrangements have been sir and Mrs. Durdcn Mr. and Mrs. connection with the press breakfast shipments peppers ir A, Mitchell, and

t Mrs E. A. Wright, depart- with Radio Station WFLA Clear- Mast, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Saxon ment. Commission explained that of the Central Florida Expo l- somewhat lighter than last week Whereas the trestle board of hits
of the The when 90 curlots
over were shipped
\lent water for the broadcasting Weimer :Mr.! and \taaonlc life was such as to entitle
poppy chairman, American Mr. and Mrs. the District of Columbia Committee ton( for Florida newspaper men. -. -
Legion Auxiliary. Lake City; Miss Shrine Easter Sunrise Service Mrs. Mack Elberg Mr. and Mrs. Employment has called its Mr. Hudson wan recently elected 4* urn to receive the white stone with

[. ulse Cone vice president, Sec- which will be held In Plant Park. Kammerer. A peculiar circum- attention on to a number of pathetic nrenldent of the state Press Association HTAKKK! MEN NAMED '. new name, and
Qd District American Legion Aux- Tampa beginning promptly at : stance connects Itself with the na- where persons have come at the annual meeting in PECAN: BODY DIUKCTOKS Whereas, by the faithful dls-

:tary and department radio chair- m. on Easter morning.A tivity of these guests. A close from cases considerable distances ex- Galne vUle. harge of the great duties owed to>

lan American Legion Auxiliary. beautiful and Impressive service In--! count of the number of states represented pecting to obtain a government position Policies for the coming year for Live Oak March 7.-J. T. Car :lag to hla neighbor and to hlm-

I''. has been arranged which : in this gathering shows on the strength of having the South Florida organizationwere roll of this city has been named a elf our brother deserved the title

TA.. TO MEET eludes 'ppropriate selections by that ten state and two foreigncountries a civil service examinationonly discussed at the Orlando director In the Florida Cooperative .1 man and Mason, be it therefore
NEXT WEDNESDAY Egypt Temple band under the leadership : ; were represented.The to become stranded and in meeting. Other officers elected included Pecan Marketing Association. solved that In the passing of Os-

Of Merle Price, singing by i congenial toastmaster Rev. Instances a public charge.It John Parks New Port I :Other: directors'named Included I. ir A. Mitchell. Masonry has suf-

' The P -T A ;;meet next Wed- the Chanters, and special solo numbers J. B. Ackley, of Connecticut acquitted some was pointed out that even ifs Rlchey first vice-president; ttut-I I .:!. Schenck, of Waldo. A. C. Day red the loss of a valued member l

Q day afternoon, at three-thirty by n.i celebrated vocalist. himself with great honors, has passed i a civil service ref Kay Tampa, secretary; J. C.tobinson. .I en port of Bellevlew, N. D Wain .nd the community a useful cltl11 -

the school auditorium. The pro- The service is strictly non-sec- keeping the assemblage in the best examination person with a high rating he SUrke treasurer; J. J. 'wrlflit> and L. C. Powell of Stark | and rI

rem win be as follows tarian and everyone is cordially ,sf spirits throughout the evening has no assurance that a positionwill !human: Vero Beach, Is the retir-! -. -- I Be It further resolved. Bradford t tI f fI

community singing. Invited ti,> personally attend. It Is After a very pleasant evening the be Immediately available to Ing president. Mr Kay is also MAIM' ItEIU:ILDING I ; edge No.. 35. F. A A. M.. extend )

PraYl'r Rev. o. M- Lowry. realized: however, that many will ;I( guests departed wishing Mr. and him. Appointments to Federal positions secretary of the State Press Aaioclatlon. -,, --.-- | his loved ones Its sincere heart'f'f'fI

Euaioese meeting. not Hal this possible and it is Mrs. Gould a life long happiness.CONGRESSMAN the Commissions said are/ : Members of the Irglnlative -' Win. Sapp started workmen In.,r I I It sympathy and while we mourn f'f'I '

The Annual election of officers. hoped that broadcasting the I I made only &8' the.actual need of committee who reported at the'I '>n erecting another store butldlr.K/ |I '14 absence we rejoice In the re- l-lI

11':8. Books Our Children Read- program additional thousands will GREEN HOME the service require, and In accordance meeting are the same as the committee ' an the site where two other build l | ,lard allotted to the soul Just r

T T Long.the be able to enjoy the service.PLAN'TO : with the civil service I representing the state organization. age have been destroyed by In- i tde perfect. f,

,.fri. J ; School Room- -- -R. A. Green arrived rules and the presence of an applicant The members of this :endlary fires during the last ft* I Ue it further resolved that these 1-

lot Brownlee. LIVE AT HOME Congressman Sunday afternoon following : In Washington can not In any committee; are: R. II. Berg. Melbourne months. The building row being i asolutlon be spread on our nerds ,

.arte Reading ((8electe
There Sbmp Lake Butler Fla. Unusually will adjournment the greater portion of employment he may have. ion, Lake Wales; Don Lochner, first two, but he plans to rush It t" |I.J family also a copy sent to the

'.11 he grade WU be a prize given to large acreages of corn and other of and his vacation spend In Starke with hs The Commission stated In conclusion Clerment; John Parkes New Port completion and stock It with a general :redford County Telegraph for
er of haVing the largest num- feed crops are to be planted Mr. and Mr.. W. H. Green. that no one should come to Rlcbey; Lauren Hand Delray line of merchandise. publication.:

. parents and friends present. union and Bradford counties this parents from Washington Washington expecting to receive a Beach; C. P. Hefelsteln. Live Oak; Signed:
-u, his absence
t there Will be a prize given to season and farmer are showing a During Green will hare Federal position except In response R B. Child, Bronson; George Homer *- Keep the water container In the J. )MITCHELL:

erfade having the largest DUm- lot of interest in the live-at-home Congressman for the to a definite offer of employment Eustls; Nats Reece. Arcadia. poultry house above the floor to O. P. RAYMOND.
there kept open
.....,. for parents 1Vbo have paleS their program which is being stressed his convenience office of hto constituent from a Government establishment. and J. C. Robinson, Starke. prevent contamination with Utter. L. D. VINING.r' .
, the
-year. County Agent U T. Dyer reports. )

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I the following program was pre-1-- trol of Stomach Worms- .
tented on mythology: 1I I I II -Dr. A. L. .n
Militiamen Guard Contest MailTUB Shealy.Frl.
Questions and Answers on Mythology I ., Mar. 2o-A
Stu-u .
B. H. S. JOURNAL -Marguerite Prevatt. Voice of of
I I Florida"I I cumber Marketing |In r'' ud,;'
tt Famous Expression from Myth- E. Timmons. Winter
"The Staff" >Iogy-Theo McGauley. ..... ductlon in Martin Countv Bean PI-J I
Story of Baccus (God of Wine) Gainesville, Fla. Florida farm- Heuck. c P

n Edi'tor-in-Chief ________________ Milton Brownlee -Ethyln Barron. ers should get many helpful suggestions :> -
Assistant Editor ___________________ Hazel Adkiry from the Florida Farm Work at the Florida SXu.rimi.!

Sports Editor ____ ______________ Gary Overstreet JUNIORS Hour to be broadcast every day Station during 1930 continued,
next week, beginning at 12 noon, show that
Literary Editor ___________________ Muriel Silcox eastern standard time, from state fertilizing Spanish
nuts with
Well, Daisy did us proud again. single elementf
Exchange Editor ___ ________ _____ Annie Mae Pearce radio. station WRUF, located here. fertilizers
I declare you Just missed the bas- selo -n ,
'Oil ron The Florida Agricultural Exten- the cost of the
ketball game of your life if you q fertilizer
WHIRLWINDS DEFEAT GREEN me and kept writing The first Jidr.'t see it. And Daisy shot 20 sion Service announces that the

y'' COVE SPRINGS thing I saw was the tests she had I points. "Ain't that grand?" following talks will be given dur- Lady: "What Is your n brot
In her senior: year at college. She Miss, Florence nearly had a collapse ing these programs: er's name?"

' Showing remarkable all-around was copying them for us. I also list Friday because two hundred Mon., Mar. Improving the I Little girl: "I don't know ,
? playing, the Whirlwinds defeated saw the answers to every ques- I were in M. O. S. That is so a n oizo; and Quality of Florida Beef I We can't undestand a ,ra y,
the Green Cove lassies by a score tion. Geel I was tickled. Then I unusual. Cattle"--W. J. Sheely. Producing I says?"

of 280. I went over to. Miss Isabel's house to i We got our report cards Mon- I "':orn the Vetch and Austrian Pea .--....-

All members of the team played I watch her make psychology test. day and we are glad to say that I Way- J. Lee Smith. Newport News Shipbuilding ,
unusually good basketball with At the time she wag grading mu- they are better than last month i Tues., Mar. 17-The Relation of Dry Docks Co., mak, ?
credit going to all players m their sic note books and her mother was We're still planning the ban- "over Crops to Insect Injury in progress in constructs, ?,,
respective positions. making.our test. I read the ques- quet for the third of April so I Citrus Groves J. R. Watson. steamship, "Florida" ,v
The visiting team put up a good I tions and answers and flew awayI flon't any of you date seniors for : fight, never once giving up or sloping -I I thought how nice it v/ould be that night. ]I VJfed. Mar 18-Progress of Tarpon Springs ,
up. However, their efforts were for all the seniors to make 100 so ,. I i "loma Demonstration Work in .services held for $1,500 p ;,
in vain, as their forwards were unable -: I went to each one's homo and Florida-Miss Flavia Gleason I recently Installed in Fir,. ,- tsh
to get by the defense of Manning -, told him I had seen our testa and RATS I Primer for Town Farmers. terlan church.

Adklns and Green, to within I what they were. Of course we all I Thurs., Mar. 19-Worm Control Warralngton-Local p.. ?,(rn
shooting distance. Tompkins of made 100. The other grades have been ; : in Chicks-Dr. E. F. Thomas. Con- changed locations recent*
I bragging about their poets so < ; . .
yw. - -- ---
the ''Whirlwinds< was high point By Elsie Barry. I I ------ --
scorer, with 2G( points to her credit. --.. -- here's an example by Mary Pearce. --
extremely accurate When Grow Up thousands of letters I -
Her shooting was WHAT WOULD IIA1TEN IF re al Magazine Company and Editor of
as the score indicates. When I grow up in the $50,000 Camel Cosmopolitan Magazine, and Roy
Both centers, Weeks and Brln- I'm gonna' be bold contest, advertisedIn Howard!, chairman of the board of
The girl's glee club didn't go to '
lion were up to their usual form I'm gonna' search and scramble newspapers from coast to coast the Ecrlpps-IIoward! newspapers,
t which is hard to beat. Tampa? Like the knights of old. were guarded In the same manneras were judges of the contest which M@i-e tlnmrol
Mr. Dowl-
The teams didn't use
Little Ruth Roe and Evelyn huge gold shipments. Photograph called for answers to the question
t Stump are to be given much credit Ing's car to go to basketball Under the sun which is shows contest mall being loaded "What recent change has been made

for their speedy floorwork and games 7 Bright with glare, ) Into an armored truck at the Win. In the wrapping of the Camel pack
1 ,' pass work. Coach Davis was well The teachers' training class I'm' gonna' search iton-Saletn, N. C., postofllce under 'age containing twenty cigarettesand
,' pleased with her girls' showing. couldn't have a Victrola going in I For my lady fair. guard for transportation to the offices what are Its advantages to the 73,000 miles ill
Miss Isabel'a: room? of the R. J. Reynolds Tobacco smoker?" The huge response to
Curtis Rountree didn't make In I Sbe's gonna' be a maiden Company. Charles Dana Gibson, the contest announcements proved
CONCERT TONIGHT the 90's on History test? With eyes of blue, noted artist and publisher of Life, anew the great responsiveness of
1 M -- The teachers' training girls pass- And have golden hair Ray Long, president Intel-nation-- the public to newspaper advertising.It's New FOI.-d
The B. H. S. Glee Clubs will have ed the constitution exam? That will dazzle you.I a
4 their annual concert tonight In the If the B. H. S. teachers didn't THREE MILLIONS TO"- .I

,t auditorium. The exercises start give those hectograph tests would, of course BE SPENT ON ROADS ,
promptly .at eight o'clock. The The juniors didn't have a ban- Gladly risk my life,

v clubs are the largest that have quet for the seniors? (trouble I'll If she'd only say Robert W Bentley, chairman of
ever represented the Bradford HI. bet.) She'd be wife.
Mrs. A. E. Wall the director is still Loren Green passed the con- the state road department, said in

with us and her talent Is clearly stitution exam? And we would have a sweet little Miami Friday the state will spend TIlE substantial worth of the new Ford is reflected in
represented by the programs the nook approximately $3,000,000 on roads
clubs are showing. So don't forget BELIEVE IT OR NOT By a flowing stream or glittering this year if plans of the depart- I its good performance, economy and reliability. Its

tonight at eight o'clock. brook. ment are realized.Of lamina and endurance are particularly apparent in

I I Eloise Bitch made 75 on Englishtest. Where birds sing love songs this total, Bentley said $1- sections where bad roads and severe weather put a heavy
086.000 will be the state's shareof
We are very glad see some '
days are not dreary and long.
wooden protections going up The English IV test was easy e recent federal aid construction, extra burden on the automobile.In .

around the shrubbery on the cam- (maybe it was because we knew BRADFORD BUMPS with a similar amount being givento Our Job to Know less than a year a new Ford Tudor Sedan was

pus, because we all think the It-for a change,) the state's credit through accumulation How to Help You driven than
shrubbery Is beautiful and we wantto Clara Louise Peek wasn't in Lester: "I feel like a dumb owl." of federal aid alloca- more seventy-three thousand miles over a
protect it. The P. T. A. is doing school Thursday afternoon.The tions of previous years. A.a h._ _. a. hon. ...... difficult route. The operating cost mile low
Harry: "A dumb owl? What you -M rapmmt .. ko ..prt I. ....,.. per was very
this. We really appreciate their seniors are looking forwardfor mean 1"Lester The remaining $800,00 is repre- --.... and the for
practically only for
work and we hope p T. A's thinkwe the graduation exercises April "I don't hoot." sented by federal aid projects under tour 11,..don ma.....nll d.all.d..1. ,' expense repairs was new
: just give a .f........" form and _.10......._ and
do. 28th. contract and construction priorto -..I.w m4......11.... piston rings a new bearing for the generator.The .

The juniors have finally decidedto Louise: "I've' got a cold in the the federal appropriation. II to...Iuh ..ken,._Ih-t. .. car carried an average load of 1200 pounds of

Everyone seems to have enjoyedthe have a banquet for the seniors. head." _-.I tar. ...y.w.........pmn-IMi....h ._.......hl._ _ll.10.ftd. mail and was driven 250 miles "The Ford has
Glee Club program over the The English IV' students had Ruth: "Well, that's something." Eustis-Eustis Co. .."001.,_..-t..d""_ daily. :

radio last week, so now we want "marshes" on the brain last Tues- business in new Drug location, openedfor at cor- M Brim...Inlp twist ymm.HAROLD............pnl. "_aad never failed to go when I was ready," writes one of the

you to come to the concert tonightnot day.Lorena Horace: "Why do you call your ner of Bay.and Magnolia streets. three mail carriers operating the car. "The starter did
to hear the but also talks all. almost.) "
-- only girls day ( sweetie Tonsillitis? Arcadia-Plans being considered
to have the pleasure of seeing Pete "Because she's trick last winter even at 34 degrees zero. The
: beginningto by Moody- *- grave Co., of New C. WALL
them. Don't forget tonight at 8 TIPS ON ETIQUETTE, ETC. give me a pain In the neck." York, for construction of gas plant: gas runs about 20 miles per gallon. At times I pull a

o'clock, high school auditorium. here. INSURANCE trailer whenever have a bulky load."
Dear Madam Dramvllliers: Soph "What is ?"
: an iceberg Craceville Suwannee
BASKETBALL SEASON COMESTO Should a boy drive up in front of Fresh: "Oh, it's sort of a perm- Store, Inc., opened for business re-I I STAUKE.: FLORIDA :Many other Ford owners report the same satisfactory

A CLOSE a girl's house and blow the horn j anent wave." cently! in Deal building. performance. Every part lias been made to endure-to
for her to come out? L H. II.
serve faithfully and well for thousand of
Today closethbllsketblllJ sea Dear L. It. II.: I you many

son when both boys' and girls' It Is not considered polite for al I miles.
' teams meet the Lake Butler out- boy to blow the horn for a girl to !

'; fit on the home court. The Whirl- come out to the car, unless he Isi I
winds defeated the Lake Butler just aaked to stop by for her, and',I INI i
girls In the game which was play- then it Is better not to blow the | Tar; NEW FORZTuoon >

ed in Lake Butler, but the boys horn for her. (Just try It once one I SEOrnr

were not so lucky--suffering a de- a girl, and if nhe doesn't like It, I I -

feat by the Lake Butler boys' team. you will bear from her immediately : ,.
This game promises to be one of I And what a hearing I) 'S

the best of the season, as you all Madam Bramvllllera.i .
know the strong competition be- i .

tween Lake Dutler and Starke. So CLUBS k vY I' rY.
come out and boost the teams as --
they play their final game. Nature Study
.- -- On March 4, the 8th grade Na I
DRAMATIC CLUB ture Study Club held another weekly

-- meeting. Minutes were read and
The Dramatic Club held their approved. The speakers were: LOW lniGES OF FORD cons
regular meeting March 4. 1931. Geraldine Johns Elephant Y.
The meeting was called to order Martha Powell Chickadee. .
by the president, Miss Patsy Brin- Alice Silcox A visit to the $430 to $630

son, after which the minutes were Woods. 4l'
read by the secretary Miss Daisy All were pleased with another
reading given by Dorothy Smith.
Tompkins r.O.B. Df troll, flat /"/M mnj ".'b-,.. Bumpcri mtd ,Ire .._
For the last few meetings the The meeting then adjourned.FreNtimrnSopohomore ", """" **... *". """ <."".... a ford M .r....l...l pm,..?. ,k....*
members have decided to take up ,*. Awhadnd lard 'IR_.. Pleas, of ,,.. lIodHI C....." Co.p.or.FE.I :.
dancing Instead of readings and EtiquetteClub

plays. You should see them tryingit. The Freshman-Sophomore Etiquette .,: a....,, ,
You will have the opportunityof
seeing them before school Is Club held its regular meet- TVIIEM Of TOE NEW FORD
out: anyhow I hope you will Well Ing Wednesday, March 4th.Mrs. .
Carpenter continued an' Attractive lint and colon, rich, long-wearing ttpholttery,
Just wait a while to hear more of
r their dancing lessons. open discussion on table manners av sturdy steel body construction Triplex hatter-proof.. teind-
The Interesting discussion was enjoyed t, .lal.rd. silent, fully enclosed /our-wheel brake, four Houdaille
EXCITING EXPERIENCE by the club members. The b double cting hydraulic*hockabtorberaluminumpltonchrome

WHILE INVISIBLE meeting was then adjojurned. i qI silicon alloy valves torque-tube drive, three.,uarter floating rear
I axle, more than twenty ball and roller bearing and bright,enduring

Like Walt -Whitman I have always Junior-Senior Etiquette Club i I Standard Oil was serving the people of the Rullei Steel for many exterior metal part In addition,
been a close observer of na Junior-Senior Etiquette Club met you tone many dollar because of the late first cost of the fart

ture. Being extremely brave, I Wednesday, March 4, in Mrs. T, TI low cost operation and upkeep and low yearly depreciation.

spent moat of my time wandering tang's room. Vice-president, Louise I South when Service was difficult
Edwards called for the roll call
around In a thick forest observing 1 -
nature. One day I came to a queer which was given by Dora Manning,
looking house and decided to go inside secretary.The j I
As I opened the door I saw program waaaa follows: I In day. of old, when road were rough, It baa been truly called the"Old Standby"
the funniest Correct setting of Table-Curtis _. --- .
I had -
I' looking woman I ---- - .--- ,
When night* wen cold and hauling for lla service and the -- --
taught high standard of
ever seen. At first I was afraid Rountree. qual.

: but, being brave, I spoke and she Eating of Vegetables' -Etholyn I I The"Standard" wagon Mated the trail lly of lu product never faila. Today, aa Wake Up Your Liver Bile
asked me to have some dinner with White. .
her. I thanked her and told her It ting of Fruits Elizabeth That light and heat might not/ il.. then lla product!- ,
how I happened to come to her !Williams.
; house. She said I was the first -- "STANDARD" MOTOR OILS, -Without Calomel

person to find her home and If I I Debiting Club ForoverhalfaceuturylheStasd.rdOfCom. ..CROWN ETHYL GASOLINE and
would promise to never mention The Debating Club met Wednesday ---;-
net name she would reward me March. Bill Wainwright, pany Incorporated ia Kentucky I CROWN STANDARD GASOLINE And You'll Jump Oat of Bed tfcfc UU m mot flowtai nwly,yaw toot
dom-t asset It)Just d.eou \la ... ko..KCM -
handsomely, I promised. Then the president called for more subjects DUALITY in the Morning Rarin'to Go
r abe gave me a bottle of wine which on which to debate, and several baa been the pioneer la service -are the beat that experience MMM WI'' yaw .tn.-rti. T.. u. '

1 would make me invisible when 1 suggestions were made.A far lla millions of fricada and cue I PRODUCT and organization can produce U yon fM our uul ,lank md the WeIr,M.....aM rm bet to fool.oftw .oIdI
orthat *
bowls wt \la tame **
drank it. I thanked wend looks
and went debate was won by the negative -I FOR punk don't cwaDow a lot i
Comers throughout the South. ....aM Fe H.....M...Ter ebdaowe.
on I mineral
i my way. remembered our on the subject, "Resolved that OVER SO YEARS money can buy. water oil. laxative
k. ....
English, test next Shoals Should be Owned or chewing
day and knew Musala jandy gum and expect)
y it would be hard. I immediately and Operated by the Oovernment."I them to make Iou suddenly sweat '................CV rrga7lJ'Pf1f11lB1wiMtlwMpuaeaaf Wa"de

tasted the wine and 10, I suddenly Ralph Cox was and buoyant >tcism.hln.. .
became invisible. I flew straight porter for the club. I STANDARD 01 COMPANYINCORPORATED For Uy cant do It. They only 715 ....b..e.. .....,..kss..q aad.55's'.
to Miss Florence's home. The window ! -- I move UM bowel and a mar move. ........ ...--. t
-.-...eras,sarig star Ir axes a
was down, but I met dot
went Into Inter No Club get at the causa.The
-......tie. fr.
1, her room. She was seated at her The Inter Noa Club') held its regular IN KENTUCKY Name for your dowB-and-out fueling ..... kawed.ttrs.ltw .
t ,desk writing\, I placed myself, ,on meeting Wednesday March 4. b ynurdavurrgrIt should poor out two strtwIvegm.A. r..Ousd'bsolnIiii.s'ee
t sl.
ttra deuk:aril she rested her After all business # sue
arm was completed, - III,1e"'J', W lalla as.
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Graceville's new' I, tlon of more than a million dollars
He! 1
1r end "hoosegow" will soon: worth of bonds, part of the ia
.v all' for occupancy by the sue voted In November, 1929, fo

.rendv I clerk and "tranalcnta,." the purpose of building highways
into In the Issue cancelled is Include iI

nt This T is flame-vli $110,000 for the construction o, t2tf1llllt to CaRllel SElliJolteg"s

norm, Florida. There is a more highway from Perry to Kcato:

\\entiOUB botanical name for this, Beach.

creation of nature, bu
describes it so well as the one Pensacola: Gasoline station
'te nich it la commonly known. have been engaging In a price wa' ,
e during the list week. Gasoline WT:

Pensacola Chamber of Con being sold at city stations for 2'(

ifflclala published a curve cents Including the one-cent ct'!
nubile rc and private works, under< tax. Out of town stations wed'

mil planned here, and est!- charging 19 cents. Standard Shell s

y l ted than an expenditure of more Texas, Sherlli and cambln wen

an sr(000,000 Is represented i i in among companies announcing tits ,

arious: contracts reduction. .

Pcrrv The city council Tuesday Quincy--The last carload of th. e 3 Qa l eT

fir \ ted a loan of $100 toward 1930 cane syrup crop In Gadsdc-
; ,,mpletlon of the Perry al county has been shipped fro]
rt The money will be used 1 i in I Creensboro, the seventh car shipped .

eimg and grading the field. 1 It I since February, 1. During th '

e,.P.ete mplcted within a few days. shipped In comparison with 3,301( t I r qk MfigTiC
the previous year, according to L TTr4. Ld'

Penwcola:: Contract for surfa J. Clark, local director of the Cam'

the landing field at the Naval Growers Cooperative AssociationFort
t ration was signed by L. M. Ha ''ea tre

y\ local contractor, whose bid Myers-Sawdust Is mid I
!$129000 was found to be low from lumber; and now WilliamA.

:len proposals were opened Wesday < Mason, associate of Thomas A !}
in Washington. Edison has perfected a method by
-- which sawdust can be made inti

Panama City-Bay county hM lumber. It consists of shooting
rge deposits of red and yellow sawdust and wood chips from can

dire of a superior quality, I tcsy non-like cylinders. After a terlf
access, awaiting development fie explosion, the mass in the cyl v

1d(I to be put into use, thus bring- Inders Is in the form of fiber. a package of Camels with The Humidor Pack insure that. It Camels and oilier ordinary dry cigarettes.
Income to the owner and COMPARE
g rnlshlng|In an employment to men whore Lakeland-Sufficient' number o;: cigarette and note the prevents the fine tobaccos of Camels First' of nil you can feel the difference

willing to work. new ern College students for will the enroll spring at South term difference in the technique of packing. from drying out and losing any of their as you roll the cigarettes" between your !

Madison-.-The new Merchant March 7 to boost the total enrollment Note that Camels are completely en- delightful flavor. fingers. Camels are full-bodied and

d ling Farmers with Bank favorable in this respons city !I Is the Institution to the largest was organized figure since 4" closed in an outer transparent cover ofmoistureproof Aside from cheap tobacco, two factors pliable. A dry cigarette crumbles underpressure

n the part of the people of this years ago, President Ludd M cellophane and scaled in a cigarette can mar the smoker's and sheds tobacco.If .
lion, and enjoying a much largr Spivey announced. First classesof
volume of business, accordln the new term will begin March: air-tight at every point. pleasure you will hold a cigarette to each ear land

a the officers of the Institution ". We call this outer shell the Humidor Fine particles of peppery dust if left roll them with your fingers you can if
an they had expected.
West Palm Beach-Jesse Hall Pack. It differs from the ordinary cellophane in tJie tobacco by inefficient cleaning actually hear the difference.:

Marlanna Boys of the Florid; was acquitted today on a charge of pack and while it is egg- hen methods sting and irritate delicate The rt"nllcst of course is to smoke them.
Justrial school will give a circus manslaughter of his friend, John
Mar. 19 and 20, according to arnuicemcnt Smith, whom he stabbed to deathin thin,it means a lot in terms of cigarette throat membrane. And hero's where the new Humidor Pack ;

ill trapeze performances made here. Tumbling will tea- argument Hall over pleaded politics self last-do- enjoyment.It Dry tobacco, robbed of its natural proves a real blessing" to tho smoker.

ire, although the boys have bull fonse, asserting Smith knocked means, for instance, that cvapora moisture by scorching or by evaporation Asyou inhale the cool, frugrnti t sriioko
number of animals which will be him down three times after a quarrel '
tion is checkmated and that Salt hot smoke that burns from Cuniel all the mildness
own In the side show.TampaPhosphorus over Herbert Hoover and Alfred givesff\ a a you get

I E. Smith as presidential timber Lake City can the throat with and magic of the fine tobaccos of which
the chemical The Jury was out 30 minutes. 2* DAY,CHART. OF ClOAAZTTl::MOHTDRE IO99
element most needed by: now have as good' (.l..NII".O ,."It. .. Jo' every inhalation.CamclsasWinston it is blended.
American Agriculturists, occurs in:, Bushnell SobeJ, manager of e.o Unwrapped. "'....n" We ;
./ : take everyprecaution Hut when you draw in the hot smoke ,'
large deposits of phosphate rock the Leading Hair Moss Companyof a. .....WraPP'd IWUfr t'
In Florida, Tennessee, South Carolina Bushnell says that the moss Sal em. ..::; Rrgular Crllophin. againstWhile from u dried cigarette see how flat and I;

Utah, Idaho, Wyoming and business Is steadily increasing and Camels 68 w..p,. I'M "g' these factors here brackish I it is by comparison and how :
Montana, says the United''' State that the quantity and quality ot

Department of agriculture.Fort moss in Sumter county is the best made of a blend of *0 ...: ::; at Winston-Sulcm. harsh it is to your throat. fi

In the state. Since he has been .. ,..,; If are a regular Camel smoker ;
Meade-Plantings for this manager of the plant he has open- the choicest Turk10 ,:;;: Camrl Ifumiifor Perk A special vacuum you I,

coming spring will be heavy In the ad up considerable new territoryand and mellowest 1e .J ANT4M cleaning apparatus you have already noticed what proper II 1
Immediate vicinity of Fort Meade moss is now being bought from 4 : condition of the cigarette means.
The! watermelon acreage is large avery part of the county and from domestic tobaccos, Rttiburjli T HnLSfc r t ry Krp ,t N lSM73-JtnJilSJ] removes dust and
md this crop alone is expected to points outside of the county. now the new Humidor Rut if you haven't tried Camels in .
it is
aid materially in putting money Into highly impor- The Pittsburgh Totting Laboratory chart above Pack the new Humidor Puck you have a new ,
circulation. There will also be. Vernon-Dr. N. J. Dawkins of tant, if you are to graphically .Iw.". you that only the Comet llumlilor IJrcvcntsf'
heavy plantings of cucumbers, this city it exhibiting an egg that fade ilehvcr liyurutUtf ta you In prime condition dryncss. adventure with Lady Nicotine in store. ,j

beans peas, squash and tomatoes was laid by one of his hens that full benefit of Switch your affections for just one .,

weighs four and one-half ounces. this that these Clicclt the llffor<*nIt > lloursrcll old love I'
cigarettes como
Eustla A vigorous protest' rho egg is about four inches long quality, day, then go buck to your

gainst seining inland waterways! :and has a circumference of three to you with their natural moisture is a very simple mutter to cheek the tomorrow if you run.n. .

<"I against exposing game fish :nd one-half Inches. Dr. Dawkins still intact. difference between Humidor Packed J. KEY.NOLU3 IUUICCU COMPANY. F.........-.."*..., ft. C.
for sale was voiced by the Boat ;tates that he broke and ate anoth- content

I>nera Association at Its annual ;r egg just like the one he Is keep-

necting The protest was caused ng. It had three yolks but it
"*the repeated complaints of tour. :asted just like other eggs, he de-

,\Its M and lakes fishermen are being that depleted.the streams .laredWestviHe. lloe a F.-esll rag ai. t e!

-W. J. Sapp, prominent -

' DeFunlak Springs-A.. G. Wegl,, Holmes county farmer, has 70 Is 22 Inches Perry Suwannee county has utI.L '...,"VI'LlNU: Illinois and Missouri during which
2 3-4 pounds,
rmcrly of Wabash, Ind.. is establishing acres planted in potatoes which he weighed RADIO STATION IIEKV radio >
Inches In clrcum fact that they entertained over many
an up-to-date poultry expects to harvest by May 1. Th( in length and 28 waked up to the a surfaced r"tWmiJNTllJORM
arm two miles from this lIes should run between 12 and 1! ference. Stem 2 1-2 Inches wide highway from Mayo to Live Htntlnni including, WMMD, Peoria;
city. crop "Bill and Bob", famous radio
and 5 Inches long. The tree is 2. WJBL Decatur WTAX, Spring-
'' building poultry houses and will carloads, he thinks. After the potato Oak is necessary if that city and ;
horny harvested Mr. Sapp expects feet high and Is the Pheonlx Syl and vaudeville comedy team (in field; Illinois;;; stations WOC, Davenport
begin a six room bungalow crop Is the travel over /
I Is to get
vesteria variety. Some of the blossoms county and WHO, Des Moines,
luring construction he Is occupyIng to put in corn on the same unsheathedor 5-A. Since the completion of the person) and their travelling
not wholly Iowa and KWK and W1L, Saint
the Wllllain Hellman house In ground. Farmers of the section arc are rather the surfacing ol station WHAN one of the most
this with In- out find are partly encased In a roads or Louis; KFKO, Columbia\ and
city I' watching the experiment much to the hard, brown sheath, reminding one 5-A to Mayo, motorists go to unique and complete portable radio .' KFLQ, St. Joseph, Missouri."Bill
terest'as It means the excellent delivered hereFriday
and take stations were
Dranford ever
Miami After somewhat of a turtle shell. and Dob" and their trav- + rCrr
< adding 13,000 Choctawhatchee bottoms section. dirt road to highway 1 and thereon and entertained the people elling radio station WHAN have
"re feet of space to the 75,000 to Jacksonville. Everyone In of thin city with a series of Intensely -
.qUare l feet theo Trenton-Records- for the Su Milton-Arthur and Lloyd Me cent of thru taken an Important part during
already available and 90
Taylor county per Interesting programs
of the last. nine months, In many leadIng r
'* of the northern part
County Fair will still be tax- wannee river cow district are be- David, the traveling public would rather the courtesy! of the fihell Petroleum Elks Con-
i to the limit to provide quarters lieved to have been broken here Santa Bonn county, were In Mil go by way of Live Oak and It la Corporation, sponsors of the events, Including the and the -, % (
r'r and said that vention in Atlantic City,
:lion Southeastern Florida's expo- this week with the birth of a calf ton the and other wild day life conditions In pleasing to note that the county travelling radio station. Shrlntrs Convention at Toronto, \ -
of agricultural and Indua- weighing 103 pounds three hours game commissioners of Suwannee realize Station WIIAN Is Installed In a the Graf
'l I prO<.\\ucts, March 14, officials after it was born. The calf belongsto their part of the county Is all thai this and have agreed to builda widely known make of automobile.It Ontario,landed Canada.In When this country, .

ere have discovered. W. P. Tate, near Trenton. Its can be desired except that a great be- road at once to connect with the Is equipped la such a way thatIt Zepplln these two entertainers were,
and turkeys are young PEED1IP
mother Is a holstein, its father aIIereford. many quail new road at Mayo. picks up at various times, broadcasts to
wildcats. contrary to all rules, permitted
Pensacola ; to this rec- ing destroyed by roving '
--At cost of J85.000, The : from regular stations and the station
drive their
the Louisville and Nashville Railed ord known is a bull calf owned by They said those cats known are before more num-and puts them on the air through Its WIIAN car directly containing Into the han YourBusities

etue Company Is erecting six im- O. C. Chaires of Oldtown which erous than ever going out after themIn Chlpley-A series of gun battles, I own amplifier and speakers. The gar near the big ship where they '
of hunters are
thi storage tanks here. Two weighed 84 pounds on the day quail and kidnappings and automobile thefts radio Installations In the car cost entertained Commander Kckcner,
order to protect young
paclt tanks will each have a car Its birth. along a front across the northern I over $4,000."Bill who was so pleased with bin unique Miami -J. W. Longacre openedfor
of ;KOOOOO gallons, and four turkeys. part of Florida was ended Satur- and Bob" and their now typo of entertainment that he business Quality Store at IBM

10118 have a capacity of 250,000 gal- Tampa-The death of Charles H. Palm Beach Officials of Jay as two bandits and their women famous travelling radio station wrote his name In their autograph N. W. 36th st.
lle r each i making It possible top Maupln. 63 years of age, of Stand- West Drainage and companions awaited action of WHAN have just completed a nine book In addition "Hill and Bob" Plant City. -1123.000 worth of:
tanks here ardville, Va., wbo had sold news- 'ho Everglades month coast to coast tour of the strawberries shipped from thin
.ea 2.000.000 gal. Control Board. have recently the law In the Wp. hingt n county did broadcasting! from regular\ rado -
here for the past two years, Flood woods country, which started last Jan- point during January.
papers actual beginning of Jail hero. Captured in the stations In many of the cities: on
revealed a small: fortune. His estate nnounced the In Chicago, during which More than 30,000 carloads of
to be carried near Mulat. in southern) Santa uary the tour, such as Cleveland, New
Ptaom1 CYtY-A trial run of the was valued at $ OOOO. It was work on the project ,R.o8Lcounty yesterday after they I they traveled over 15,000 miles, appearing York, citrus fruits shipped from this
rchinery death that he had, "orward by the United States gov- cities of etch recent month, accord.
Il(' sad equipment at the learned after bis with the had abandoned one of numerous In the principal state during
oo $35,000 In banks in Tnraent, In conjunction United mates where they were -Construction to report of Colonel Brown.
emoo paper mill of the approximately control of automobiles they stole la their : the I Dad City pro- InK
uth Kraft Corporation at Texas, Virginia and Tampa. His llatrlct, to effective daring dash for liberty, the des- enthusiastically received by big, greasing rapidly on new cottages Plant City- Drown Packing Co.,
111 sy Harbor' last weekend resultedfir8t I insurance policies totaled $25,000. loads: and to rivers assist touching In Lake peradoes were victims of their own I crowds. It 111 estimated that approximately for ministers. to start operations In their plant

lllade turning out the paper ever The estate was left to his daughter Important Carlton has arelessness. A POSH of some 200 twenty million people Plant CityLocal high school In near future.
ItOO . ed that only three vats are being I Texas. been; officially In the Caloosahat- the woods was closing on Clielr from station WHAN during the lunch room. considering plans for relaying rails
'1\1\ at present these being. to test : of dredging for the Im- hiding place when one of the worn nine months of the tour In visit-\ Inverness-. C. Beach leased between Oroveland and Trilby.
all The
working part. Lynn Haven A nineyearolddate chee River. contemplated Include ''en. believing they were sighted rose lug the principal town and cities Valerie Theatre and Is Installing Leesburg Extensive Improve
palm tree at Bay Garden Is provements and said "don't shoot men we of Indiana the boys come directly Western Electric sound equipment ments being made to Hollywood
to cost approximately up
Peal'-Taylor, county comm.lafI now In: blossom and has sixteen operations will come out. from a highly successful tour of preparatory to opening. Dairy.IO .
have ordered the canceua- urge cream-colored blossoms.! One 9000000. I



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I of Jacksonville, were visiting her farm was

7ij 4 fj /ilj BROOKERlnrl HAMPTON Amazed at Quick parents, :Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Gussie Douglas visiting! 1'

"INM Ads ftftnnm, Cur. Elanchard Sunday. Mr. Lloyd Mm.,
I 1t1." diilnr.. Cor.Krookcr Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Torode were spent '' '

: ; lJcutClTIfiJ1 I Mi-la Thelmi Sulllvnn of Theres- Results It Gave I visiting In Jacksonville Sunday. Augustine.Saturday
School Clone1
t Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Anderson MisHca Lorerui
'I'! was the guest of her cousin,
j Tho auditorium of the Drooker spent! Sunday In Starke. attended the p''u, I
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+ Miss: Knthryn'Veest. Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Hill) t
/ unlor high school was filled to "Sargon has done so much for accom- given at tho h. ;
'that work would start at once or of Starke preached their Louie to Ocala 1
) HIKTHOniST W. M. S. verflowing with Interested spectators , Rev. McGaul.ty me I can hardly realize now thatI panied son, I, Sweat.
lY! TO MKET small repairs, this being Circle No. 5 to at the BapUat church last Sat was ever BO weak and rundown", Thursday where he had his ton- Mr. Newn I
t+ s Thursday night, March t
Ells removed.
1, part of local work Collection urday and Sunday.Miss I I guest of Misgp..
, The bualnesa and program meetIng .vitneas the most beautifu graduating Miss Dorothy Supp spent Monday Mae Parment'i"Mr. t
for the afternoon wee $1.85. Lee of St. Augustine .
4.; of the Methodist! W. M S. will exercises the school here hasaver Mary Wynn in Ocala Lewis rii i -.

,, be held at the Methodist church, I At the clone of the social hour known. These exercises mtrkad ill tho guest of her parents I _. .' party Saturday ,

u Monday afternoon at 3'30: o'clock. the hostess served sandwiches Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Wynn this home of Mark P,
, J Ilr' cake and tea. tho cloning of a very succcaful -
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.j I Mrs. W. L. .crm of school. week. Heilbronn i The ball (rani''
I I.' ;, Those present were: SpringsMIN
SEW AND SO CLUB MEETS Mrs. Maud Wesley of Waldo has I Sunday aftorn, '
Ii Wall, Mrs. Charlie Powell, Mrs. G The stage was beautifully decorated -
cousin, IV-r IS'nrmnn. (or.I
--- recently boon visiting .her bronn ,
n with a fence and boys and I'i
..t H. :Mrs. Loltn Mm. crepe paper Ifi
rl 1" S. P. Vandtviere was host Bepnett Mr. A. McDonald.Leo : ,
1, ,',( ; "re.! Brown :Mrs. a. C. White and Mr4 irch cnrryiag out the class colors' A- I 10-8 in favor ;1 ; t<' to members of the Sew and J. K. Brownlae.KM. blue and white with A background Wiggins of MacclU11D vfait- I Mr. A. J. -Underfill and Rodman Mr. J. II. W u+',

'. ,'. :', Club Tueodoy' "evening, at herr A. M. Darby entsrtO.IU d of, small pines; also .*large basket ed friends |ifre last. Sunday. |I Underhill were business visitors to ness' visitor I .1 i
, : a! hI< me on WPt" "trebt.tweet Mrs. R. M Paver visited her sister I j Jacksonville Sunday. of last week
\ Missionary at narcissus, the class flower
Clroto No. 2 nf the< Raptlpt: -
1 ; roses:! were at- P. J. Pearce of Starke
pea Society, Mond'iy afternoon were beautifully arranged on tile Mrs. ;I Mr. and Mrs. Union Robinsoni Miss Edna r'>J.
.t r tr, lively a i ,In the living thin week. l MB father i UK
nt 3:30: at her home. on North! !;tL ge. Each girl$ graduated oar- i family were visiting section was
q i n where I it( Its wore enter- ,I Cherry ntroet.Tbo . ) rlcil\ a bouquet of narcissus. The Win. McCormick of Mlo, Mich, 1 Mr. F. B. Robinson: last week. or, Mra.. R. T ,

i i nod. devotional was opened witha j cltsa motto "Step by Step" wasringed who has bean /spending: the winter t .. ,..4'' { i hues Hazel Johns of Starko was We are am t I"

l L \\t the c' the evening r 11T"' ." sowing, the scripture : /; ,tG Baldwin, whore he is operating '
with prayer, both by Mrs Darby 14".o< das.:' marched to a processional Sweat Saturday and Sunday. -
h i p* I I'd. coure. The mimitea of the last meeting I rendered by Miss Iris Brown. a bus station. n dt Mi and Mra. J. C. Jones wore
} (o) ? o-: Mrs. T. T. Mr. and ]Mra.l Hall and Mr. and
Kt'fncsn visitors to Starke ThursI
The -
.... . Mis were read also the treasurer's' report girls were lovely in long ( NEW'
+ I >:' . ? c.rpcatrr: Mrs. J. R. Hall of Jacksonville via- I I day
tt ,+ I :- ri-rtce M.ntthewMr! O. W. eiven. dresses of white orgnnrtio with aeceaaorien tted Mr.' and Mr-9. L. H. Futch last i .r.rl'. Andrew Rhoden of Hampton 1111... rM.: ..
Ways and means of raising money to match; the boys wore I
Mlns Run-
1 I Ho Miss Mln Oruber,
:Monday evorUn his Mr. W.
discunsed. blue suits.A i, woo: visiting father C.
for the treasury was J
Perkins, Miss!! Betty Chamberind Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Hicks were I !JRhodon of Heilbronn Sprltga.Mr. [ RCV! L. n.; '
Middleton. It was Decided that the next meeting very good program was rendered MRS.!! EVA PtSKKY
(Kifr* '" --Mina---Madge-..-.--- the circle will have: a measuring by the members of the graduating business visitor! to Starko last I; declared; Mrs. Eva Perry, 402 Oak{ Lewis .Russell and William bin regular ."

contest and each member will clu 8, which wa.i aa follows: ,Tuesday. street, Tampa. I'i Davis were the guts of their Baptist' chuu li -
{ EI'n'OR'rnLEAGLE! ''Flowers." Rev. DIxon. of Jacksonville, will parents! at Madison last of this ing at 11:00: >. ,
t !give a penny for each Inch she in Song-- "It must have been the toxic
OKGANIZlSn preach at the Christian church next ,, a, ,
r -Vera j v" invited to rom
I t in height. Saluatory- Gainey. poisons in my syntom brought on
Tho business nesalon adjournedand Class Hlatory- Mildred Vau&ho.Honorary Sunday morning and evening. from constipation Hint caused my I Misses Leona and Bertie Mae Mra Kur.ta.. |I.

A .Renlor Epworth League was was followed by a social half-. to Faculty.--CUrf Kel- Mr. Zack Brown has recently ""troubles. I Buffered with awful I Ward of Starke were the guests of I called to Pcn,"
at the
organized Thursday evening' hostess ly. been visiting in Jacksonville. headaches and all throughmy Misses Mildred and Geneva Sanders the death of h<'> .
hour, during which time the pains
home of Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Halle, A. J.: Durden of Plant City iaviultlng of Heilbronn. Mv. R. C. Ka'I;;,
assisted by Mrs. O. J. Griffin Class Poem-Theo Kelly. shoulders. My appetite was
: tho following officers being elect- I served ocoa and sandwiches. Class Prophecy--Jeannette Kel- his mother Mrs. T. J. Dur poor and most everything I ate We are all very sorry to report Ala., la the guc'-taunt ,
ed: President. Miss :Murla ; that Mrs. M. Rhoden is on the sick Mr. and Mi
Those present were: Mrs. H. L. ly. den.Mr. disagreed with me. I didn't feel
t vice-president Richard Long; secretary and Mrs. EklreJ Duncan of .
list this week.. Jtliss
Miss Loll I Ac.1klns Brownlee Mrs. O. J. Griffin, Mr,.. Clasu!'! Will-Purvla Hazen. well In any way. I : & [
and treasurer Valedictory-Fred Shaw.Song"Valedictory. Lake Butler, were the guests of "I never saw a medicine take I Mrs I.; Bradley of Jacksonville, frienda in
Lois A. L. Kahr: Jr., Mrs. C. G. Bryant,
; Era'Agent, Mills Long. Mrs. Duncan's uncle L. J. Wynn..TJIERESSA was her-father A. J. Un- Among those u
of like did mine. visiting .
After the business had been disposed Mrs. W. A. Fealer and Mrs. A. :M. a case Sargon i
Darby. The guest for the after- I Professor W. A. Little of Gaines I improved from the first and now derhlU this week. visitors to? StarkeMr.
: of there was a pleasant social '
I've' Mr. Carl Sapp, and Vasco For- and Mrs. I. N N
with and noon was Mrs. S. C. Crosswell of ville delivered a very Interesting I'm enjoying; the befit health
1 hour Mrs.spent lade and games Miss Kate Sumtei1, S. C. graduating address. The diplomaswere : had In years. I eat heartily and syth of Starke were the guests of Mrs J. L. Johns b:

contents. Mrs. P. M. Barefoot was hostess presented to the class by Superintendent my food agrees with me perfectly. Rodman Underbill Saturday night. Moody. Wesley .Ion/ '
Struth served ice cream and cake lllliln Sulllmn.: Cor,
a the : Rev. and to Circle No. 3 of the Baptist Missionary A. J. Grft"l3( ; acceptance The Sargon Pills helped wonder- There was a very interesting 1 and Jim Thomas.
i to following'. persons Misses Annie Society Monday afternoon of diplomas by Theo Kelly. fully by getting my bowels regu- party given at the home of Mark Mr.' and :Mrs. '
W. 1 Jones
Mrs. < Song ."Farewell." }Ir. and Mrs, L. A. Thomas and lated, and since my system Is clear I Pringle Saturday night. There was gins and baby Law
and Pearce, Dorothy at her home on Call street. Baskets:I ,I
+' Mao Mary Hazel I of sweet peas and fern were effectively The members of the faculty for children of Gainesville visited Mrs. of poisons I never have an acheor a very largo: crowd, attended.Mr. visiting :Mr. and M) ,

Lois White Adkln Lois, Long Carmen, Toole Adklns'j used H the living room ,I the past year were: Prof and Mrs. Thomas's uncle\ and aunt Mr. and i pain. I think everyone with I.-_ Joe Douglas of the state I gins Sunday afternc

where the members gathered. C. S. Laird, Mrs. A. F. Raulerson Mrs. M. Hall l Sunday.; troubles like I had should try this :
ed, Marjorie Stump; 1
a Hog
Atlas Lois Gainey and Mr. Lester :Miss Clara Swindle spent the wonderful treatment. -
and Emory Guy, Woodfin: The devotional was led by Mrs.
Henry Jack Halle Sinclair Peek O. W. Alderman who read the 6th Sponholtz; substitute, Miss Iris week-end in Lake Geneva visitingher Sold by Canova I
Hallo Brown. sister, Mrs J. J. arstensen. ; !
Psalm followed by byMrs.. ,
Paul Raymond, Leslie Biggs. prayer Ext
-. W. J. Epperson.: The regular busi- Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Sibley of were business visitors to Extra

j MKS. J. A. UNGEN1'EnTAJ ness of the Circle was carried on Messrs. H. P. Gainey, E. M. Haz- Brooker, visited Mrs. Sibley's parents Hampton Saturday. ra

8 with Mrs: M. D. Bumgarner acting en, Vasco Hazon and Olsen Thomas Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Young- .

as secretary and treasurer. were transacting 'business: in Jack- blood Sunday I

Sweet peas intermingled with After the business session an sonville Monday. Mr. Charley Phillips arrived at
fern was pleasingly arranged by hour was spent In sewing. The Mr. A. F. Raulerson and Mrs. R. Theressa last week from Miami LAWTlSf{ SPECIALS FOR FRIDAY SATURDAY -

Mrs. J. A. Long Thursday afternoon hostess assisted by Miss Inez Ab- B. Raulerson of Okeechobee, were and will make his home here with !Sir. E. K. Burner, Cor. ,

when she entertained memo ernathy served delicious strawberry visiting friends and relatives here his brother, Mr, W. M. Phillips.

bers of the afternoon bridge club. short cake with hot tea and last Friday. They were accompanied -, Miss Thelma, Sullivan spent the Chas. Sapp of Jacksonville, wasa AND MONDAY

After several enjoyable progressions coffee home by Mrs. A. F. Raulerson week-end with her aunt, Mrs. Thos. business visitor to Lawtey Tues

of the game score were totaled The following were present: Mrs. who was a member of the F. Brown of Hampton. .

and prizes awarded the win W J. Epperson Mrs. Bell, Mrs. school faculty here. Mr. and Mrs. Sullivan and sons, day.E.. E. Burney made a business '
Elder E. ''M. Anderson and Mr. were visitors to Starke Saturday r Maxwell House Coffee Ib.3flc
ners. Miss Mabel Weller made Clark Mrs. S. L. Peek. Mrs G. W. trip to Starke Tuesday.Mrs. .
H. P. Rev, S. H. Dodd preached at the I
high and Mra. N. Sternberg made, Alderman Mrs.' R. A. Newsom Gainey attended the serviceat F. R. Carradine spent Fri- I ,
second. lira."EM ward Burns made Mrs,.,Goodman n, Mrs. P. M. Bare- Shapon:.In Clay county last Sun- Christian church: at Graham Sunday day in Orange Park with Dr. and

foot, Mrs. M. D. Bumgarner Miss day. I Mrs. J. H. Carradine. I Charmer Coffee lb. -1 15t 5
low.The -
Mr. C. attendedchurch
following guests enjoyed a Inez Abernathy. Mr and Mrs. H. B. Crosby 'and Youngblood: Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Wooten are ,

tempting salad course with hot tea! --- Mr. and Mrs. P.. A.. Crosby were at Graham Sunday. receiving congratulations on the
Mrs. Edward Burns, Mrs. O. L. B. ]I. H. GLEE CLUB i visiting friends and relatives in Mr. Geo. F. Tlbbitts and his com- Mar.
arrival of a daughter Friday 10 Ibs. white sacks 48c
Haynes Mrs. L. Wyman Mrs. O. TO (LIVE CONCERT Jacksonville Sunday. pany of singers from CampofthePalms 6th. ..She will be called Joella, af- Sugar, - -

L. Beasley, Mrs. A. Z. Adklns Mrs. Messrs. H. P. and L. R. Gainey, attended church at the ter her paternal grandmother

i C. A. Knight Mrs. E. M. Johns The B. H. S. Glee Clubs under E. M. Hazen and Jim Mott were Christian church Sunday night. Mesdames J. T. Moore and G.

Mrs. N. Sternberg, Mrs. H. C. Wall. the directorship of Mrs. A. E. Wall attending to business in Jackson- Mr and Mrs.' Thos F. Brown W. Brown were visiting in Starke Pure Creamery Butter Ib.32c

Mrs, J., E.Wilson Mrs. J. M. Kin- and Mrs. F. H. Long accompanist, ville Friday. and little son Emery, Misses Ruth Tuesday. ,

caid of Catlettsburg, Ky., and Miss will render a musical concert at the Messrs. H. P. Gainey and Olsen Williams and Kathryn Weest of Mrs. E. E. Burney spent Wed- t

{' Mabel Weller. Bradford County High School audItorium Thomas were business visitors in Hampton, were visitors at the nesday in Jacksonville with her Nucoa or Kingan's Nut Oleo lb. 20cPirnip
I Friday evening. March 13. Starke Saturday. home of Mr. r'
WOMAN'S CL.CB OFt A delightful program has been People are very busy in this section van Sunday afternoon.Mrs. and Mrs. J. B. Dye and sons
t 8TAKKK MEETS arranged for this evenings entertainment I planting their spring crops, O. J. Phillips and children, Home7'008' 17c

as follows: such as potatoes beans, squash, and Miss Edna'Philips of Lawtey, 1 Il/IIlt liaUK* wrapped per pounds

On Wednesday afternoon the PART I. tobacco: corn, cucumbers and field were, visitors uto Thereasa Satur-

regular meeting of the Woman's ChorusJune day. 1 r

Club of Starke was, held in the Roses _______,____ D'LorahO peas.Messrs.. Wilmer and Troy Thomas Master Milton Youngblood spent FLORIDA White Bacon pound - - IScI

club building. The meeting was Irish Hills, Londonberry Alr.l .__ of Gainesville and Lacrosse:respectively the past week-uwlth his grandparents. I ,

called to order by the president ____- _____________ Orr Lester were visiting friends ,. Mr. sact,Mrs*.L. G, Sibley of THEATRE I
Mrs. L. A. Davis after which the Senior Girls Glee Club here Sunday. ','' Putnam Hall. Bacon Plates und lie
secretary, Mrs. W. O. Halle, read Piano Mr. and< Mrs. L. R. Gainey and' Mr. J. Ju. Brannen and Mrs. Dav- GAINESVILLE, FLA. p' - -

the minutes of !the previous meet- Grande Valse De Consort Engle- I daughter, Lois, and Mr. and Mrs.R. id Jones of Hampton were business
s ing and executive board meetings. man-Bunnle Canova M. Gainey spent Sunday in visitors to Theressa 'Thursday.' -- -- - 8 Ibs. Grits Meal 25c

Reports were given from the Chorus Jacksonville as the guests of Mr. Misses Betty Saunders and Mar- Pro. Week Mar. 13th or -

standing and special committees The Open Road _______?? Wilson I and Mrs. A.. B. Crosby. garet Sutton of Keystone Heights,

Mrs. George Kruse was elected a Billie Eatln' _________.rHuntley Those from out of town that attended were guests of Miss Anna Batten
member of the club. Mrs. T. J. Senior Boys Glee'Club : the graduating exercises of Sunday. TODAY 4lbs. Great Northern Beans or

Griffin chairman of the nominating Vocal the Brooker Junior high school Mr. S. R. Swindell and son, While -

committee gave her report and the O Little Mother of Mlne.Burleigh were: Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Futch were visitors to Keystone GRETA CARJO"INSPIRATION" Black Peas 25c
'following officers were unanimously The Sunshine of Your Smile, Lillian Mr.. and Mrs. Horce May of Hampton Heights Saturday. In -

elected for the next club year: Ray-Evelyn Stump : Professor and Mrs.'W. A., Lit- The Theressa Home Demonstration -

President, Mrs. N. D. Wain- ChorusForgetMeNot lea: of Gainesville Dr. and Mrs. G. Club held their regular monthly -

wright. -___.______ Guese P. Raymond and Supt., A..J. Oriffls meeting at the Theressa school With I 3 Ibs. Baby Lima Beans or
Vice-president. Mrs. W. E. Mid- Junior GIrls Glee Club of Starke. House Friday afternoon. A very Robert Montgomery I

t dleton. ReadingThe interesting talk was made on
Added Dogvllle Comedy
Secretary Mrs W. G. llalle.I Things Father Knows, Louise NOTICE lawn furniture, garden paths, birdhouses Cartoon and News Navy Beans 25c
: Treasurer Mrs. B. S. Carroll. Rand Bascom-Beverly Cady etc., by Miss Pearl Jor-
Plans were discussed for a city Chorus The Intermediate G. A.'s will dan of Starke.

park and the following committeewas Bells of the Sea _____.._ Solman meet at the Baptist church Mon- Mrs. John Crlner.: Sr. of Melrose SATURDAY"ILLICIT" 10 Ik Irish Potatoes29c

appointed to meet with other Junior Boys Glee Club day afternoon at 3:30: o'clock. All and Mrs. John, Griner, Jr., of Keystone -

city organizations to investigate PART II. members are urged to be present.A Heights, were visitors to

j same, Mrs. L.. A. Davis, chairman: ChorDaBy social half hour will follow the Theressa Friday: afternoon.. WithBarbara 3 Ibs Yellow Onions lOc

I Mrs. Edward Burns, Mrs. O. L the Waters of Mlnnetonka_. meeting, Mr. A. L. Suinvan and son, Oth- Stanwyckand -

Beasley and Mrs. N. D. Wain- ____________________ Lieurance a perfect supporting cast

,t, wrlght. Junior Girls Glee Club' .. -.- - -'-"_._._.__...... f_--.__.. I Added Cartoon and Comedy ,
The following musical programwas I Piano Have
a Complete Line of Fruits and Vegetables
rendered: Russian Rhapsody .... Hesselbcrg I I
Piano solo, (a) Humoresque I Patsy Brinson Eat Eggs for Vitality Every DayThe Monday & Tuesday : Feeds. Fertilizer, Crate Materials and

Dvorak; (lb) Flapperette, Jesse Vocal i I Cups-Also Have a Nice Lot of Smoked Country -
Greer-Mlas Ethel Griffin. Peasants Evening Song, Von Suppe Mary PickfordIn Meats and Sausage.CARL'S
Reading (la) Auntie Dolfus Visit, Cleo .
Shepard, soprano;
old hen blinking on her nest out In the chicken house -
(b) Being Brave at Night-Miss 1
4, Fernandez alto. doesn't know a thing about market prices, supply and demand, "K7K7"Added
Marjorie Stump.
d ReadingGettin' the depression, or farm relief. But day after day, week after Lonlvfi Fazend Comedy -
Violin solo (a) The Swain-Saint
History Lesson. Mayne R. week she Just keeps putting the same vitamins . the same Cartoon and News CASH CORNER
Saena; (lb) Cabaletta, Theo Coch Bitney-Dorothy Smith .
proteins . the same healthful food value which nature ordained ,
-Mr Long.
Chorus in those eggs . whether they sell for 43 cents or sixty I Phone 45 Starke Fla. {We Deliver
During the social hour the hostesses Asleep in the Deep-Senior Boys WEDNESDAYLawrence : ,
cents a dozen. And if theworld turned upside down tomorrow .2- __
Mesdamea T. J. Griffin, J. Glee Club I I
we'd probably nod the hen,sitting placidly underneath the mesa -- -
M. Smith, J. W. Morgan L. O. Violin TibbettIn - - --- -
turning out her dally globelet of health wrapped In the world's
Powell H. c. Pitch J. A. Saul, Berceuse, from Jocelyn __ Godard
E. :&(. Johns served sandwiches and La Clnquetalne Gabriel Marie moat sanitary package. ,j n. his. latest, beat and most -
---- suited role
tea. Jack.Long So if the same fall ration . the same bundle of carbohyi '

w Chorus dratea. mineral, fats/and, Vitamins U appear /.day: after day "The.Southerner".

CIRCLES OF BAPTIST'W. Goln' Home ________..:.._ Dvorak from mother hen we're certainly getting a bargain how When'1her I Added C'toon
{, M. S. MEET I Absent --________??__ Metcalf product is selling at the lowest price in many years. Let's ,', .' '- 'News, Comedy and BATTERY.SERVICE...
3r Senior Girls Glue Club crack a few extra eggs Into,the frying pan for breakfast. We'll
Circle. No. 1 of the Baptist W, w all be better for it. At
M. S. met at the home of Mra./O. CARD OF THANKS ,
Coming. & Fri.
4 P. Raymond Monday afternoon. at i wish to publicly thank the BRADFORDCOUNT.Y, FARMERS. Smith's Service Station'
3:30: o'clock.The kind friend
s many and the good Joe E. Brown, Winnie
devotional was led by Mrs. men Masonic Order, who SUPPLY COMPANY
J, M. Brownlee. During the bust constantly rendered assistance to STARKE. FLORIDA Liyhtner Authorized Willard Dealer.
,fleas session It was reported that In
me during the long illness of
k 53.00 was ia a fund to'be spent I beloved husband raj TILE CHECKERBOARD!: STORE "SIT tTIGHT" BATTERIES IN STOCK

,on upkeep of the parsonage, and Mrs. O. A. 'Mitchell The funniest' picture of the year t ,


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,57525252-r S25 u2.' 5'S25c't tS 'S2 GS2'u'!! 8'8t5iUa8 boa ,'. -
\ ("olli'v foul l daughter: ":lcax n Slices i' R 1 i loth, Fit ,'' will ,
h % I"'v Cooper. Early Cucumber Snap i south 11 (com Ir. Have you had I inv' funeral
Miss:! LUIColley I left Friday for n: A \\'mkli"r" Frutk Clark. Jim |nut. i ,iltice pr Mln< ''ion "0 nm<'\h your ru-ninnnit lately 1 roi,, 'I
Amsterdam, Ga., to be for bilcu\, E.\m Clarke, .1 I C. Warren Bean Acreages Less '
I gone : - -- -- -- bulls hears 1 to 1 I' tot t t. i iI I'
Bits oftocal I jeveialcuktf!. --_. - -.- I .
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r.1 Jacksonville Fla! March 6 -According -
The services it the Methodivt I Rapid progress b\'tng m, '
ll Peanut Seed, Florida! Spanishand church Sunday morning were well I : to a revised estimate by RISING Improvement of hlghw'I i i '

1 North Carolina corn seed, yellow attended. The congregation en- I,tho Division of Crops and Live Minn I.1.., M.'llno. ('..., : Pablo Beach and St. Aii)',n l I in

Neveis' and white dent, Snowflake, 811vermiue joyed good music by the choir' a j stocks, United States Department 1 West Palm Beach Atin l l t > I ,

Truckers Favorite, Hastings special feature being beautiful _it Agriculture, the spring snap blc. and loin Mat ion Reddish of ; nurance' Co., opened oft He ,
Prolific and towels Evergreen solo by Mrs. R J Davis.. The pastor bean acreage In the early states l-nwtey were visiting Mi and Mrs 'only building recently.

Concerning Our People, Business, and J. F. Klckliter I Rev W. F. Jones,: used for the will be about 16 per cent below W. T. Crosby Sunday | Winter Qardan--.Work '
_.- subject of his discourse ")..Iar ', the last! spring's acreage This ewtl-. I ,, i iI j"I '
Progress of the County and Town. I ) Mr and Mrs J, D. Dobbs of the on remodeling Capplcmm
Judge A. Z. Adkins and mato has been made from the Intentions .
1 SenatorE. Mother of Jesus. In the evening state farm, were visiting relativesin era Furniture Store. '
!. M. Johns will spend the week- the Epworth League had charge of I to plnnt reports of growers this section Tuesday. I I DeLaml-.Ftr t Nation II i ii I ;, I, t p

?5252'7; ....C09; 525'uZ; ..'rocaar,7.52; ra.r'S;;: 'S 5.nnm"25'8't' I end .in Sarasota attending to business the services and shout twenty in these states. While an increase Mr. and lVIl'S.Vesley McRae and i,of thin city recently: .k l 1 1.1 1 M
of 18. cent la Indicatedfor
". RECORD Senator E. 1L Johns attended I young peoplu wer in the choir. per little son: were visiting friends at par cent dividend to sit ''Iii ;,' 1
iUEIt This ocfontaatlon ; romlmva, to be Texas decreases! of 21 and 27 Hampton Sundlaftl'rnoOft.. of Ii
-- court In Green'Cpv Spring Mon Rev W. P. Jonea attended the of realhelp in the .'lutch' work. per cent> respectively, are expectedin tnstiuition. .
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.. U. BOW. T, N. Norman and little Plant ntv r TV I'm '
1 ttarke :
;; branch Jacksonville District Methodist California; and Florida. Howev-
""p;irtment. _._ -....- tnll1.l ter.' meeting in Jacksonville I Mr. W.: ft Cart( i r -of MaxvUle, e.'. U present intentions are carried 1II\Uptet'lll, lichen and Dorothy of. SltippcI rteIn'I,,' ,. r -Ir. ' '
;March 11, \981.pTax. Mr and Mrs $h K: Ferryman Monday. i won bu b1. out, Florida will have e'lIo.m 'I WatnroatV _t Mnmla with Mra.N nsoently r. m\ i nuil 1:
transacting : uesaI StarkkI
and ;rmnn's aarentH, Mr o.nll.\1r"I : : "" H. r Kelsey 1'11" list i I'
sons, were visitors I In Gafneavlllo adnMfta as the for
----- 'l'u !ltb : j average ,
Min. Preulp. McRao.Mri thin ." 'h"I
j i i h'
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Saturday. Mrs. Alma B>ln of Jacksonville' , ____, _ __ I the five-year period 1025 to 1939. I'i I .
Jh"OI"kh1- and Mrti itiid< c 'It "
,r.1 34 1.08 -------- was tho guest of hf-r pnl''nta, Mr.i E'a'm.;zr;; : .1 t'IrcltATtON: The: CiUUomla reago in expected ', !\ >niir' "iui of l..uwty and 1trn. J. Cent I ,\\.' <.L : 'i-I, l lj l'
R ST .- Milton: Brownlee.. .Ir, and Martha and Mrs I1 1<; I 1."'."I'lgven' I for tba: -- to> l>e one fourth smaller and 1 theAtreagc . ,
i HaritnKM of WAtoitinkv.xi'u: ) visltdi j new meat m, '
I u.
BrownUe spent the week-end'wt'ek.I,I q..'tfltaa double the ,1
iiI() 104i phh to .
I 1 expect IY hearty tip- _
I >\ to thin section l\II"il"y store at 250 N E.flfitarke ) ;
In GaineavlllB with relatives. _.. ;1'1t rage.f'1 .
'I -- -- -- - --- r"ci"< >lion for the valty, ,of the*
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:MlM K: ItalMrd .I'! ..Inkn( -
, .36 --' -------- .. __ i iID' "I'i i", I MJV H, Freemm of! Wo'_.rlrtK'n of the ,ir'" and the CU' \fom of i'eat nil Florida Are W 1'm ;1'
vine MI' urnl I ) U
.f'Lt 11"4. I
i visiting ) town tu establish ata\ \
,r:; 85 and Mrs\ L. O Green And i i ifanttly Ocui' flY)! 1 little l'I'u'lId/.lf1.uht'r.; !: : M-". '-z i'rxif' 'n nltk'';-g; TO"woik |1 planning to reduce their plantings M. MuKau Sunday .
spent Suntfay In Lake But I Barbara, .. , I beans itjuiut:) 40 cent: due I city
'n 86week -,, attended! the j American i J' gn ', HtUi! nf our Orovarjil ; <' pel- Mr P'loyd Crosby. of Jackaonvllle! "
I c I"r" 1,12 In ler. LfifKin i aid Auxiliary Conference RH ilisti! in" :7er and sturoffloer lu::only ro illfftculty cxuerieiicod: inigettiug ':f wtis vl !itlnfir bill molhi Mr?,. l'vlyl'l -' 1
--- hero SunlayMr. .. fertilizer! f'>r'spring crop ',
-+-------'- a plcTu"'i J suceesarc' .
i J k wall attending How about that new suit for .---"'--- I' ;: E. Inman. ()') county, which planted..I, Vlr... l:>, M MrTl; "n,. I > visllliw 'i i i 'i--------
i .t 1 UbonvlUe; J.Friday.l'f Boater! ; 1 Abide to measure, for and Mrs. W.: W%Baiadon bad ------+. ,SOO acme of beann l last ;yoar. will' sister Mrs J. 1 P. l-i )Hi IK II-" ;
$ J.51) i at Sternberg'' as their guests till but: week, their :N01tTU.lRX( k tOThtt: }Mvu: ; about 2,000 while Stmiter4uunty state front tills, jKcwB \ .
I '
I !' :rbeit Hart were --- son and duughtpr-tw-law, Mr and .. .. :+ wjlil, haMjKOO: I Ilea than in :
1 1930 or about 4$ ,'o unville Sunday. Mr. r ....ward Lovell and Mr. Mrs Johnnie\ BHS.I! | ', and Mr. and (C"-vip\ "." by 1lh'tln8r xvhosptni i ,
probably 1,500 loss in the jVn-jHen/ Dollie and Ann\\ were vlaJl- -
Mm Leonard Lei all of ocras r
: I this wtntt-i
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Owen Giuttn were in Jacksonville I ;III I Lawtey. lalto aectlOjB, At present Palm I lug Mr. and Mara it M ':, nSunday ,'
colors lIly 080 ---- --- ----
in' Sunday Fn m :Southern OB lornia" .
: I and 1 Mr. N Sternberg" To Italy's sunny 'lore, I each county ha 3,000 acres seeded '! :
and will about. MV. and Mi's, B t'
plant 1,000 I.ewU
more : teat t
's' Mr. and :Mrs. J. A. Saul were and Mrs .I. M. Smith and Mr and I I roamed in quest f cliwute, I
tattered(: plantings of one to 000croa visiting: Mr. and Mrs. N<>wu M'itit .
L. b. Vining spent! guests of relatives in Jacksonville Mra. II. C. Wall were dinner guests 'I searched the land rugs o'er
i I irlando. Sunday. of Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Granger of In the Northern part 1 of :f'lorlsU, in various sections: will bring Heilbronn Springs :"limday' utter BREAD ;t,
the acreage to in.000. This Includes noon
-- Waldo .Thursday evening1. I got my hearts d ire,
8,000 acres In Browtrd :Ntr. and' Mr. Ed DrlgirerH an 1 1itttle
A climate full of i nlc
flitch spent Saturday Mr.\ and Sirs. T. T. Long and Dr. ------- county, the harvest of which )Bon daughter. of %Wnvoi'v' Itr' and
With no extremes to tire. tastes good is good
dietfra. and Mrs B. S. Carroll motored to Miss Melrose Jordan returned to going now.Indioatiohs 'pending n whUo beau \.uu rain
--- Jacksonville Sunday. her home In Wrightsville Qa, Fri- Ives. because it is made of
No wintry blasts: t' chill are that the cucumber I ,
Davis you;
L. A spent day and was accompanied by hersister _.. .
acreage will also be reduced -- --- the and
No torrid heat to burn, purest moat
larkaonvlHe.: Squash, Cukea, Watermelon, Mitts Pearl Jordan and Mrs
thin year in the two early states. lOilhIP11111EILN; : ; von
Hut balmy breeze full of) health
--- Cantalope, Tomato and Sweet Pepper S. P. Vandlvlere, who spent the nutritious ingredients .r
Florida and 1 . ,
Texas, the .
lit to HOC the new Wash week-end. With flowers and fruit and fern. i'ZZC.Nif. !: _. : \ 'IO:
seeds. J. K. Kickltter.
',1.91 ut Sternberg's.F ,( Spring water, n s > healthful, at this time being about. 15 percent including milk. t
Warm hearts:: to rn iki you glad; below the 1030 acreage. The'
Col. and Mrs. Wiley of Jackson- Mrs. Slnah Moore Shiver returned I No pl'tcelike Northern Florida decrease' Is! all in Florida, for theTexat O. Luc,., president of th Look for the triangleson

Ilamrlck Is visiting ville were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Tuesday night from Gainesville For those that' lurk and and. growers are planning n 10 Vntlonal: Pecan Marketing/ AHHPiatlon )
I the bread !
t M.T, Mrs. Nell Rampley H. C. Wall Tuesday evening. after attending the W. O. W. I per cent Increase. It appears the ,- llth Floor' Tower DulMlnj1'ickfnn you buy

d convention. She enjoyed the con- Winters like nOl'ttWl'n,8ummers: Florida acreage will show a 32 I bliss. \/rhos\ the the
Mr. J. Jr., vention very much and will .sub cent decrease As .tmUl like to In nre tho I.'i r'i ""f ,
an< Epperson, : Summers with co(>' fresh breeze; per compared I nw t
ti, Mary Perry of Augusta, of Jacksonville were week-end mit to the local grove a complete I Birds' warbling in the tree tops-- with thc nverago:\ acreage for this "hip I nt the N"llo"ll IV IM" }. ,I".tIteling eUatITYdAN4Ra
|CaBci 'i.sitlng her niece Mrs. J, C. guests of Mr. and Mrs. II. C. Wall. I report. I Mows draped from limb! and leaves. I years 1025!) to 192! Florida plantings : !'' AIIKoC'l'ltinllIIY I ItUI cii' '

Stone roads to towns and cities, are expected to shnw a decrease come members of this Asuocli AMegeA 4\ [,

Mrs. J. M. Marqua of Arcadia, I I Mr. and Mrs. George C. White I Great schools where children learn, of 13 per cent and I the acreage tine- prnvltlctl they do so befor
Mr W M. Bryden, of Danville, spent Monday with Mrs. W. L.i!and Mrs. J. W White returned the Fine religious institutions, In Texas an Increase of about Jar:1 h> 1MJi I"IH| v. TIt .

the of her sister, Mrs.F I first of the week from Lake 150 cent In necessary to become a meinher
jva. is guest Wall. Wales Which ever way you turn. per '". I Central Florida Bakeries, Inc. ;:
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h7 :: :
2" : :
| where In Florida the covered '
F Stump. they enjoyed visiting cucum-
..! Tower and ber at Winter Garden and i','r to have their crops handled ii
You can get the prettiest dre..t. hearing the carillon They talk of Adlrondacks acreage
Bean Seed Giant Stringless, for $1.0.1 and $'S.9'} ut Slernberg'syou music. Of Southern Pines and Glen's In Sumter county has been plantedand tin full of 0"1.; ti> ?. . Lls'vou '' TOIIEY QUALITY CAKEOtlicloutly '
: bee "our nrftt c"il! ?n !"'!1 giuwi
I Tennessee, Bountiful and Valen- ever saw. They boast of CaliforniaAnd some Is already up. This acre OifrmntlSTEAM .i
I tine. J. F Klckllter. Miss Lucille Mitchell, moderator. some of New Orleans; age Is the same as lust year but ,. i fit Immediately/ in thin connection ,

Mr. Edward Burns was a busi- Miss Elizabeth Kendrick, clerk, But from personal experience I the open acreage In the same sections -

Miss Min Gruber spent the week- ness visitor in Jacksonville Mon- Miss Grace Wood and Mrs. Orle must say, is cut considerably The central PRESSING CO HIP ANY '

end In Jacksonville with her sister, day. Wiggins, attended the meeting of That under all God's blue today Florida counties of Alachua, I i
11'8. S. V Trigg., the Young People's Presbytery of There Is no place In all the world. Marlon, etc., will undergo a sharp *I

't Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Johns and the Green Cove Springs District In Like Northern Florida. cut In acreage while Hardee and J. Frank 7'1rnmm-PI"e 52 :

Mrs A Z. Adktns and Mrs. M. E. son of Baldwin, were'visitors in I Crescent City Thursday evening.Mrs. ,(

Edwards motored to Jacksonville Starke Monday. ---- -- Jacksonville the)Mate's queen city, t

I Friday and spent the day. L. S. Hutto and daughters One of the loveliest known- i

Chufas, Velvet Beans, Sorgum Edna and Carrie, Mrs. F. Flume, Gateway to America's playground, i3&

Urn' Dress Shoes from $Z.69 and Millet Seeds. J. F. Klckliter. Miss Elizabeth Williams, Miss Helena For health and sports renowned, SPECIALS MAR. 14

I up at Strrnberg's.. 1 Prather, motored to Gainesville Extending her arms of welcomeTo
Mr. James Chase of the University Monday and attended the all who wish tQ, come-
of Florida, visited relatives in Woodmen of the World and Wood- Offering to all
Mrs S, E. Brownlee Is the guestof ,
Starke recently. men Circle convention. Her wealth of health
her daughter Mrs. A. V. Longof OCTAGON
Hospitality, quiet and home.BOOTSEY'S r
Gainesville\ this week. I Mrs. W. E. Middleton spent sev- Judge and Mrs. Ceo A. Gardiner, ._
Powders 5 bars f for
Mrs. A. J. Williams of Alachua, eral days this week with her mother H. Austin and Mrs. L. O. Jones Soap or -

Mrs. Dowllng of Stuart. spent Sunday with relatives In the
spent Friday with, Mrs. E. M. BEACH
Hastings section. Judge Gardiner -
Johns. Mrs. J. C. Adkins and Mrs. Gor- states that the potato prospectsfor Compound Bent Grade Full Cream

don Schwalbe of Gainesville were Hastings this year is the best
Mrs. E M. Johns and daugnter, visiting relatives and friends in In years, in spite of a cut in acre Mr. and Mrs. Monroe Garrett of LARD Salt Bacon CHEESEPound

Gloria visited In Jacksonville Saturday Starke Monday afternoon.Mr. age. Jacksonville spent Sunday after
noon with Mr. and Mrs,, R. N

and Mrs. J. .C. Hoover mo- Those attended the convention In Crawford. 'tit Poundlie l Pound15c - - 23ePILLSBURY'S
Bush and Pole Butter Beans, also tored to Jacksonville Sunday and Gainesville, from Starke Grove No. Mrs. W. M.\ Reddish spent Monday

Ford Hook Lima. ;J. F. Klckllter.. were the .guests of Dr. and Mrs. 279/ were: Mrs. Vonda Inman, Mrs. with bel" mother,, Mrs., J. S. /
1.- James Chase. Lor on la GrlfTIs, L. S. Hutto Mr. Rosier. "'
f- and Mrs. A. If. Hall, Mrs. Louise Mrs. J. L. Gasktn and :Mrs. I. B.

CENT A Ladles dram shoes from $1.95 to Williams, Miss Inez Abernathy, Thnrnrmnn spent Monday visiting WHEAT BRAN 2 pkgs. - 21cNo
WORD friends at Wateroak. ,
$'.95 at Stcrnberg's.. Captain Gladys Williams and the
degree staff. buss! Geneva Starling spent the muffin are u.. delicious. all the one you nmkn with thU natural 100 per rent bran

COLUMNFOR Mr, and Mrs. G. M. Sistrunk, week-end the guest of Miss
Mr. Joe Sistrunk and Mr. and Mrs. Among the Woodmen who attended Frankle Lou Murrhee. ,

C. A.: Futch and children spent the competitive drill workat MAXWELL HOUSE COFFEE
the University of Florida" gymnasium -
RENT 2 stores Call st. Sunday in Jacksonville.
Gainesville, were: G. II.
See J. W. Morgan, agent. 2-20-tf 666
-- Sheriff W. J. Epperson returned Bennett J. W. Morgan, G. M. In GOOD TO THE LAST DROP

FOR SALE-Household furniture Sunday from Sarasota, where he man, A. O. Andreu, Zinas Grlffls, LIQUID OU TABLETSCure

and farm tools. ;J. R.. Knight, attended the Sheriffs Conventionon J. II. Hundley, Harry Lewis, Roy Colds, Headaches Fever Pound Can 30c 3 89c
half mile east of Starke. 3-13-2t Thursday, Friday and Satur- ,' Edwards, Jerry Moore, George In- 666 SALVE - : pound can -
day. man, R. A Green, E. W. Hayes,

FOR .- W. E. Torode D. L. Silcox, Lacy CURES BABY'S COLD
story 6 room, bath,
lights well located.' Reasonable Mrs. Clara Hazen, missionary of 3 Pound Can Sugar ami Cream Set

rent J. w. Morgan, 2-20-tf. Porto Rico, gave an Interestingtalk
-- at the Presbyterian church, CRISCOAllfor 65cGibb's
SALE-Auto or radio battery Tuesday evening.Nat

charger for less than half price. J MnSAUNO* ,
Steam Pressing Co. Starke. It* Steinberg miym The new
r "' -*.; i? ONYX lOSE. at 91 In hard to brat. t Small SizeSuper 3 Minute

GENUINE island Red BRED-TO-LAY setting eggs. 75c Rhode for Mrs A. Z. Adkins and daughters, A Pork & Beans 1 Suds OATS

15.: Mrs. E. A. Edwards, at Robt. Misses Hazel and Lois Adkins and

Powell place. It* Gainesville Mr. Owen Wednesday Griffin motored 4 for 25c 3 for 25c 3 for 25c
FOR SALE cans - - - - - - -
-Limited number baby
chicks, Rhode bland White Leghorns Mrs. O. L, Beasley returned from

$12.50 per 100. Also eggs Tampa Wednesday after spending Fancy Firm, Large
for netting, 73c: for 15. W. M. Ed- several days with her parents, Mr..

-warda-- 2-27-tf.- and Mrs. A. C. Durden.- But SAVE I IRISH POTATOES 10 27c
SPEND - - - - pounds
PAINTING.... Furniture repaired Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Randall and Too. . ,

aM painted. Old furniture made little son, were guests of Mrs. Ran- -

to look like new. House painting dall's parents; Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Buy sensibly, buy normally. Hut Assorted Pure CaneSUGAR Franco merlcanSpagetti
By day or contract. Calvin Johns Alvarez for the week-end.
Phone 9. U. don't spend ALL your income. Puta

Collard, Cabbage and Onion portion aside each month. That JELLO

CROW BULBS-Free supervision.. Plants.; F.,Klckllter. is the golden mean between the

Contract. R. W for GRIFFIN crop at fixed, Lane price.St., Mrs. G. H. Bennett Miss Gussie wastrel,and the;miser-a duty i' to .,.. 3for21c 10 pounds - 50c 3for------25c

Palatka. Florida; ,up4rvl or for Ma Bennett, 'Stanley Bennett ,yourself, and ?your, family_ t, {yty"l''rnot .

Pierce Bulb Co..1L809'hnMarb Mrs.3.. Sapp and Dorothy Sapp start ._ .. .
today "J --- -- -- -- -- - - - -
-Sl, Orlando, Fla. 34t., spent Saturday in Jacksonville. ..'

v'E iHAVE near Starke a beautiful Mrs.. C. A. Knight, Mrs. J. E

piano and due -bench almost Cbrpenlng, Mrs. ;J. C. Robinson and The BANK. of STARKE 4s'4L-c:1"Where :
Dew Friday
and partly paid for.- We Mrs. R. F.: Demorest spent

want a 'esponsible party to I hi JacksonTille.
up this piano and vend us aka 'AN HONOR ROLL BANK'E

1Da1nIDg payment Dr. and Mra. B. S. Carroll, Mrs Satisfaction la
$8 monthly.
For complete Information write r. H. Long;:Lois Long and Richard S. Matthews,. Pres. R. J. Davis; Cashier

13.31 Cable, ]PIano Co r Atlanta Gfc. S. Tuesday.Long wet visitors in Jacksonville I 'i a'Cerlaintb"I I

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i Investigation Strawberry Diseases Bulb Import Gainesville, Fla.- The best date

for turning Austrian winter peas Marianna, Fla.
I and vetch will depend on several 'RD: 'a>>
ByI. operative hog sales Ja..

... T. DYER County Agent (Plant -City Courier.) 4-4-50-- was found to control all leaf Rules Planned conditions, but generally speakingthe farmers seem to be'J, .ne)ah,.\
crop should not be plowed under biggest problems tha' ,
MISS I'KARL JOItDAX, Home Demonstration spots. until a good production has radog
the swine
"It'nt'J In 1925 the state legislature The next diseases to be studied industry
"iDr b
issecl a special appropriation for was a spot occurring upon the been secured, according to J. Lee County Agent Sam R the"

ho establishment! of an investlga- runners during the late spring l'rot'tlon'to Re Afforded Florida Smith, district extension agent sales are held regul.iplaces Nrh
'on upon strawberry diseases. with the' Florida Agricultural College in the
summer, and early fall. The cause Narcissus Grower county
i RADIO TALKS 1nnt City being the 1 largest. shlplng of this disease was determined andIt This will usually be about ing the farmers a p ,1:11:a&,

I < point for strawberries in the will be relaxation in the last of March or the first of market, honest weight,'.
I was found to be a new straw- There no {radII
._ _.._._.
t'r' is deter-
, .ti tate chosen The best test to
) '11'---------- ----------- was e1I headquarters berry disease. The runners are 'he regulations governing admis- April. and profits.

,] ,; Home Improvement in a thing ,14lgn with green, gold and lavender 'or this. work, with Dr. A. girdled, thus cutting off the food 'Ion of narcissus bulbs into the mine the production by measuring During the past seat' t.. mrmn::

that every one of my audience l The rug has a small flor"l rooks In charge of the work. N'I supply to the young plants at the United States from abroad, and the I the tonnage produced on a small In the county have sold n ti?, I
I ,
: I( i1 nhould be interested in if not for pattern. The spread and I draperies! During the first year a aurI I tips, causing the latter to die. lomestlc quarantine! regulations on area. A plot 10 feet 10 inches by of hogs at cooperative rha

'ail'j'I I ,I your own home; I am sure you pro lavender taffeta with tiny nif '<*y was made of the area to de-I Spraying with Bordeaux 4-4-50 at he plants will be more rigidly en-,10, feet will be one fourhundredthof hogs weighed a total or n 4U
j "rmino what diseases might be of forced. pn acre, and ordinarily should 000 pounds, and have .
have neighbors. I flea on spread and bolster cover day intervals during the sum- 'IV(
It is inevitable that most people I IIi Marquisette glass curtains; one mportance. At the same time va- mer has been found to keep this Word to this effect was received produce from 18 to 20 pounds of $43,000. The agent exp a Mditlonal 1
; ,.
I d.1 I should live the greater part of rose bed light' two lights by vanity Icty tests were made to determine disease in check. Friday from Washington by the green material.If 1,000 head to 'n ,iw 1 1 b-
their !lives In old houses, find that dresser, 4 ere added. The totM cT't whether or not any new variety French Bud Studied Tacksonville Chamber of Com- the cover crop is late as goodas fore the season closes.

'' off too of furnishing this room was J07.CO night be found to be superior to The next disease to come under :merce. The Department of AgriCulture growth as possible should be ob- These hogs are l>roiiK>* ogeti
wears I
the newness
quickly. Better homes for the majority I I As my dining room was dirk we ho Missionary. However, some observation was one known to the baa supervision over the tained, but it should be turned sons er sold to the highest 'GI an

,' s of families therefore means selected a light cream paper havinga I. lybrid crosses of Missionary with grower a. French bud, red bud nforcement of the regulations.The not to Interfere' with the best then shipped to the pai' urnnut,

the improvement of the homes in tan design with brown and yel-|i I renter produced by the U. S. Department briar bud or crimp. Nematodes, decision, it is declared, will date for planting corn or other following This is far better thlll> n, 01

'which they live. I low border. In this room I havea of Agriculture showed microscopic eelworms, 1-42 to 1-25 be:> gratifying to the narcissus bulb crops. If plant lice or disease method of worrying nh. nl

tan rug. Cream marquisette lomo promise. The crosses desig- inch long were found to be the producing section of Florida, par- seems to be attacking the rover ket, and then likely Belli>.. n> lot

is When I to Bradford and curtains were used with yellow \'t fed as U. S. D. A. No. 656 and cause of this trouble. The methodsof 'Icularly (In view of the fact that crop to any large extent !it may: unweighed and ungraae!

Union counties just eighteen I I pictures and candle sticks. The U. S. D. A. No. 659 were the bestf control worked out were: ((1)) to he state's production is practically'ree bv advisable to turn it Immediate- Through these sales ti i '. ,mar

: I months ago I found there was I cost of dining room furnishingswas the lot tested. Tr-c U. S. D. A. secure disease free plants from the of Infestation at the present ly.The are'learning what the to' 'y
work to be done '
of such
plenty $10.00For 'Jo, 659 has since been released by north for spring setting, and put time. : cover crop will decay more and they ore making fin TK

now don't think that conditionswere I boys' room with two I .he department and given the named them out on new land or ((2)) Last month the narcissus bulb ""uickly if it is turned when there ,, In producing It. Buy" 'cnor

small worse than was other kindled places in one, a beds, my my wall paper Is silver gray: "Elakemore." U. S. D. A. No. to have the nursery bed well }'rowers of Duval county, in co-op- r is a good season in the soil, and a I I that the quality of ihi '.1|

spark I background, with satin stripes, "50 Is still being tested at the chained so that water does not ration with the Jacksonville good stand of the' following cropIs cooperatively this se'i> -(

p and'some home, and discussion after several we had twenty i!I having yellow, black, rose, and :trawberry field laboratory. wash or pond over them; ((3)) inspect Chamber of Commerce and other ; more certain. I II cent better than thm, J g:
Mr. Smith advised at
ulb the state i waiting The non-cooperator |jbenefittlng
( nix homes in Union county that blue design. The curtains' are Varieties Tested the beds frequently and pull growers '
rift tr did white criss-cross marquisette with Various everbearing varieties up and remove from the field all attended the hearing before the lest 15 dnys after the cover cropIs from the i ic
definitely planned piece
of work; bedrooms, living rooms I yellow tie backs and valense. Bed I, 'sere included In the tests but none diseased plants as they appear. '>lint board Washington urgingthe turned before planting corn or'they they are able to know th> 11

and kitchens put on their new spreads are yellow. The furniturewas proved of value. It would be well, It was found that If clean plantsare retention of the present quar- :. crops. It is usually! best to I ket price and: can i n u
antine regulations. The plant the corn In about 4-foot rows, price from local: buyers < 4
coats of wall paper and paint, and done over by myself In duco. 3r. Brooks stated this week, for produced for fall setting they hearing
and win- several In this Plant be In InfesteJ .vas attended by 110 persons registered 'nd vary the distance in the drill hogs in the sale.
t with their furniture rearranged and I upholstered the chair growers City may safely planted I I
: other changes you would never dow seat in cretonne. Pillows for 'rea to try some Blakemores on ground during October without becoming from 17 states, practically all ccorc'lng to the amount of green I Possibly one of the big) 'it
of whom spoke In favor of | material turned under. Generally fits derived from the 'mll!) tia
: tightening -
have recognized them as ever being the chairs were black and yellow. heir bad during the coming sea- diseased by infection from
both foreign and domestic speaking one! might plant the corn they are welding the c: mm ie
t old. The total cost hero was 3000. on. Two good varieties in a the soil.
restrictions rather than !about 36 inches in the drill follow- Into closer cooperative g n,
I did my own bed room in blue ;trawberry area are better than Study Root Rot permittingny
Much time and thought was giv- relaxation. I ing a poor cover crop, 20 inches following are serving as meeting i pi J''
and is two- During the present season study
rose. My rug a new .
en to the planning of yards. Hardy one.In a medium and 15 in- these farmer,' t tI
crop progressive <
1927 The department of agriculture'sfinding go'
rf tone blue and I used draperies and Hillsborough county Is being made of root rots and
vines were used to hide the unsightly is that: the evidence submitted i 'h.s following a heavy yield. When together and discuss Uin :s
bed spread. The furniture Is light bought two acres of land and built crown wilts. So far no definite
and create a lovely pictureout I Indicates in cleaningap less than 3 tons of cover crop is mon problems. In the ommuu, :
taupe in color. I recovered the old i field laboratory building where organisms have been determined progress
of the common place and ordi- furniture In black sateen material he work could be carried on to as the cause of the troubles. How- pests in bulb plantings in this | produced per acre he advised ap- ties where the sales have been t H I

nary building. Even a garden fence with a design of rose and blue. The better advantage than in the two : ever, any adequate control measures country and that the evidence was i plying: about 100 pounds of some many farmers are now eHIj:!

: 'may lend enchantment and beautyto total cost of this room was $36.00 rooms furnished for the work in probably will have to Includethe conclusive that the domestic narcissus -I ,quickly available: nitrogen as a poultry and other product 13,

the home grounds if you chooseone The porch furniture I did over in town. By having the laboratory in use of a variety of strawberries quarantine contributed to ilde-dresslnjj when the corn is buying supplies In the amt x
of the many beautiful flowing about 35 old.
vines. green, and made covers In cream I the country, close observationcould which are resistant to the at- this condition.The __days._-_ operative manner..
background with black, green and : be made upon the behavior of tacks of the diseases. department it is said, further i -
With the beginning of a new' orange design.I the plants under various conditions. Fertilizer tests have been and finds that information gathered Farmers nre afoul to learn that DESOTO COUNTY l'o.r.\TOF

year these ladies are still brightening painted the kitchen In light Disease could be observed, their are still being carried on at the during the past five years cor- the cheapest way to grow corn is

corners In their homes and' gray, congoleum rug In gray with causes determined and remedies field laboratory. The county has roborates earlier conclusions that the vetch and Austrian: pea way. Arcadia, Fli. There are ap

new ones have been added to the blue design. The curtains are white worked out. purchased additional land which In the carrying of infestation the The cover crop should not be turned proximately 200 acres of Irish potatoes

t list from both counties. I I domestic with blue border. Total Consider Leaf Spot provides more adequately for the narcissus bulb from forign coun- until a good yield has been se- now growing and looking

Thelma Sullivan of Bradford cost including a new range and an Leaf spots were first to be de work. Cover crops will be included tries is the chief offender, and thatit cured, and the corn should not fine In DeSoto county, and nat.

county is inverting a aunslghtly enamel table, $78.00. termined. There are three types In future tests. is therefore necessary to con- be planted for about 15 days after vesting will begin in the near to

space at the side of the home intoa and caused three different of tinue the restrictions on re-Infes- the crop Is turned. J. Heard
The bathroom was painted by organ The results work accomplished ture, County; Agent J. n
tea garden, with fish pool and covered with inlaid linoleum at a isms. Leaf scorch does the most are to be found In the Florida tation of the domestic bulb producing ports.

etc., and the other side Is a tennis cost of 800. Three sleeping damage during the summer and Agricultural Experiment Station : areas. Palmetto-. E. Bradley recently -

court and a flower garden. Mrs. porch beds were enameled, costing early fall. The other two leaf I bulletin 204, "Strawberries in I ly completed construction on new Pecan buds that have started\(

Dan Moore has moved her yard $2 for the enamel. All the woodwork spots are of minor Importance. 'Florida, Culture, Diseases and In-.*. Federal government appropriated building for his drug store business. swell and grow should not be cut

fence a considerable distance from in the house was re-varnlahec Spraying with Bordeaux mixture sects." to this state for American War I l'cyVestI;: <' government for storage, according to 0 H

her new home making room for a in light oak. Veterans' Homes St. Augustine appropriated $180,000 for repair- riackmon, pecan culturlst with the

roso garden, a pool trelllcea, shub- The total cost of completely refurnishing Record. ';f. : locM l submarine base. Florida Experiment Station.
'f bery and flowers. Native shrubbery I --- _
and redecorating eight -
is being used on the lawn in frontof has been $270.00 a
rooms surely Hints To HousewivesWeekly
the house. modest amount for the results we [ : ]i
t I
There Is a very Interesting piece ,secured and careful planning and from Demonstration Specialists, Tallahassee i ,
at the /CHEVROLET/
ti of work being carried on economical buying.

homo of Rosa Moore. New fencesare Now, let's take a look on the
CHILDREN'S CLOTHES flannel be used.
sey or may
of old
taking the place ones, transformedan
outside where I have
to SeasonAt
drives and walks are being laid of Appropriate
unsightly yard a place
Material for Clothes
in the spacious yard and flowers loveliness. An old picket fence .Play any season of the year chil- ty -

and shrubbery arranged accordingto around the yard was removed first. For play clothes, gingham in dren conserve the body heat and
d a plan. Maggie Crews at Highland energy, but should not be weighted
Five large rose bushes in plain colors, plaids, and checks has
:) Is similar piece of down with heavier clothing than is
doing a
front of the house were pruned long been a standard material. It

s .u work at her home. Messrs. Epperson back and removed to the Is medium In weight, may be had necessary.

Knight and Alderman and others rose garden. I had the front and In a variety of colors, and launders Even in winter, if homes and
which time will not permit our schools are well heated, children
i back yards spaded and fertilizedand easily. Cotton prints are very
discussing are working on very ordered my lawn seed. I visIted much In vogue at present, and are may wear the heavier weight cot-
Interesting plans for their homes. I ton fabrics, with a sweater for
a nearby nursery and selectedmy both serviceable and attractive.!
warmth when needed that the
We have some ladles here who so
foundation plants. These were Chambry is used both for dresses
yi will tell you of things they have slanted according to my plan. Then and for applique and trimmings., clothing can be laundered more
done which I am sure you will en- I I easily and frequently.
I C planted my grass seed. The colors are soft and pretty, due
Joy and look forward to hearingthe My friends gave me a numberof to the fact that the crosswise Renovated Materials
Because of the smaller amountof
ladles I have mentioned tell you plants and I went to the woods threads are white, but they are

of their accomplishments. and got such plants as holly, redbud likely to fade. Japanese crepe material needed, children's

d. Miss Jordan, Starke. dogwood, and other evergreen comes In attractive colors, and is clothes can sometimes be made .. -::,-
In February, 1930, I became intensely plants. very easily laundered. White crepeIs from adult garments which have .--of _
been discarded. Such garments &
1 interested in improving my I :My back yard was drafted intoa serviceable for dresses for babies -
home, both Interior and exterior. should first be ripped and laundered -
I lovely tea garden. My annuals and small children because it
carefully, and one should be
I made quite an improvement with were all planted with suitable can be boiled.

both the home and the grounds. I borders. A hedge was planted at When a heavier material Is de-' sure that the material Is good
I did much InterIor enongh to give service that: will
However, more back of kitchen. Flagstones lead- sired, Devonshire kindergartencloth
than exterior. Much honest-to- pay for' making it up. If possible,
I Ing In two directions were madeof Indian head, poplin and similar -
work but it one should also consider whetherthe
goodness was required
old broken sidewalks. We materials are very good. Sa-
\ gave me a great deal of Joy In placed bird house and rustic seat, teen and unbleached muslin, usually material Is suited for a child.
planning and carrying out my We with in For example some Heavy wool
and trellis under the tree. applique design bright
F schemes I did most of the work materials may be too weighty fora
bought a lawn mower and garden colors, are also used.
child or the pattern or color of
myself.It hose. We had concrete steps and a Better. Dress. MaterialsFor
takes much thought and care- the cloth may be "too old.
walk built and full length screens better dresses, lighter weight
ful planning to carry out color at all wIndow. A beautiful 7...N.,.
placed materials are approprnate, but the CIaeooro' Colib.
schemes consistently. However, I Ce6r.1'rocIueI 0.1 c....,.." ._.
driveway was made by planting garments should still be simple and !
was very fortunate Indeed, to have side of the road. '
Flowers along each easy to launder. Voile, dimity or
Miss Pearl Jordan, the home dem- COFFINS & CASKETSAnd
Friends, It doesn't take so much dotted Swiss! would be a good Consider what
onstration agent, visit home Full Line of .
my deal a you getfor
wealth to accomplish a great choice; organdy Is dainty also, but
and assist me In making my plans. I for the cost of all outside work does not stand laundering. Elab- -
She brought with her the home improvement -' Und'rtabrSupplies! 'Vllat.yo
was only $140.25.Besides orate silk dresses are very Inap- flay
specialist from the state the genuine pleasure propriate for children. If silk Is AUTOMOBILE: UKARSnAlwnr

home demonstrations office. It was this beautification afforded me and used at all, pongee or a wash silk on ....... The beat Today, especially It U wise to consider New

i under their supervision that the my family, in the home Improve- should be chosen.In .....*I... at tfc. ,......, aru..... Low Prlron-.Road.ter, $.115 1
color schemes for three of the ment contest I won special recog- selecting wool for dresses for ffprl attention tvteiKrapfe carefully just wrluit you get for, every. dollar Sport Roadster with rumble seat, S195|

rooms Including the paper and nition and was awarded a lovely nrd.r.nRIsTEuEn Be Phaeton |510, Standard
younger girls, softness and light you pay certain that the automobile Coupe .$335I
a drapes, were chosen. picture by the state home dem- weight may be found In challle\' Coach or Standard Five. .Window
$ The living room color scheme :you buy represents the latest standard of Coupe
onstration office. wool batiste, chasmore or henrlet- $5 t5 Sport
V DEWITT C. JONES | Coupe (rumble
seat) $3T3
of ,
is blue and rose with accents .
Mrs. J. M. Mann motor car value.
ta. For ba>jlste, cashmere or Quality never cost leaa .
black The is a quiet !T NKR." lIn1 Coupe 393I Convertible
i paper very Lake Butler. .
j. Henrietta. For older girls of school than
design to suit a small room. The It does in the new evroletSix. And Cabriolet $615 Standard
---- ------ Sedan $6331
ge. French serge lightweight Jer- .
Ma drapes are a beautiful rose damask INTEREST IN BETTEnIUI- / In the long run, quality makes a big difler-. Special Sedan or Convertible Landau

i, with a touch of black and gold. 1NO - ..w .. ... .. _ ......____ Phaeton 650.
ence In the satisfaction Price f. o. b. Flint Mich.
Marqiilactte glass curtains come to :you get out of

{ bottom of window sill. For hang- DeFunlak Springs, Fla. Over Plants the money :you spend for an automobile. Special equipment extra. Low delivered

; ing trio curtains I used, the new 500 acres of land has recently been Strawberry of QualityIn price. .nd easy terms.,

bronze curtain rods. The rug selected terraced In Walton county. A large .

for this room Is light taupe I number of the farmers are vacci- '

with blue border. nating hogs, planting pastures, and 'our 81 yean. as plant growers this U the shortest NEW CHEVROLET SEX

I re-upholstered my living room In general showing more Interest crop of plants. we have ever produced not oerS3. per"

suite of reed In a blue broadcloth In better farming than at any time rent normal over the entire country.: (Quality/: 'plants. Th. Great American Va/js

with ante taupe and black stripes, during the past three years, according the beat e.t'ro-we are now nuking shipment Into your *

which hirmonizes: with everything to 1.UtcbeUVUklns, coun- tiectlon.MlaMtmarv.

nicely I also did over two occasional ty agent 1000< to 5000. $1.50 per thousand) 10,. I

{ chairs for this room and ....-- 000 or over 'S.11'1_ our agents" and place order Our See
added two smoking stands and two TOP-DRESS OATS ruining l. free! for the asking / Your Dealer Below

book ends. Total cash for this GalneaviU, I< la. -- Top-drlsslng Agents: llrownleo Brok, .\. J. Thomas, Ray Newsom

room, other than my work, was oats with 100 pounds of sodium nitrate and O. W. Roberts Law ley, ru. See them and place order -

''f.. S"9.20. calculm nitrate, or ammon- early to make sure of wants. We Mill hold juor order.

The next room was my guestroom ium sulphate. February or March /Tor-ode Chevrolet Co. Starke

is I have a lovely two-toned usually Increases grain and hay . Fla.

1 walnut ,suite with trimming of I yield enough to make the prac- J. A. BAUERThe

green gold and rose. My wall paper tice profitable, according W. E.
t, boa cream background with Stoke., agronomist with the Florida Strawberry PUnt Maa JodtwnU Aloe ow r IN CHEVROLn lit?l.Crldlpu
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- .. .. -- .. --- -.-,--------- -_ _ .___.._.. '_ __ _,_________ .___ ___ _ m___ __ _. .-. -- !SEVEN.
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pollution from touching them HOLY WEEK .. ..,
F SERVICES 000--------------- ---- ,
resus said ( Matt. 23:27: "ye are I

oar like unto whited sepulchres which The churches-of Starke will hold Farmers Practice Live-at-Home ] 1 RESPONSE{ FORC.

Indeed appear beautiful outward union services each evening during to

but are within full of dead men's Passover Week the I
' bones and of all 1 preced- M. T. C. UNITIS
ing Easter. March 30 to April 3. .
;;\ onto my feet, and a light onto my path.--Psalm 119:1057: I The pastors earnestly entreat our Program This Year .

lUlLmnLE people to keep this week in mind '
\ ; lp u All religious teaching, doctrine or HEADINGS and make no social L HEAVIEST
J : creed if engagementsthat By L. T. DYKR, County Agent

and devotion of the they are to have any claim March would interfere with attendance ._..___ _.._ _.._..__.._.._.._._ _. __ ,_ _ ,_u._ .._.A ,
people must be in harmon with 13, 1931 -------------. "----------- .
the Christ whose words fit upon these meetings. This
into fold
: and of whom it was said in John 7:46 every: "NEVER and i crevice MAN What Good Will Do-lie will season that commemorates the The Ltvo-at-Home program for family needs throughout the year. The response to the call for attendance

lire.Wit, hf ." :swallow up death in history; and passion of our Divine Lord Is sure- every farmer Is being; talked more 2. Produce sufficient pork and. at the Citizens Military

: .' and! said unto her Martha Martha the Lord God will wipe away tears ly a time if ever there is a time now than ever before. When a products to supply the family Training Camp at Fort Scrcven '

; thou art careful and troubled about from off all faces; and the rebuke when human hearts are responsiveto group of farmers unit business men needs.3. Ga, has surpassed all previous t

Eternal Life things :Cut is of his people shall he take away the heavenly message. Let us Grow a year-round garden years, it was announced Saturday ; ,
: one ,
:] : many thing meet to discuss their problems the with of
: 21, 22. And be- needed: and Mary hath chosen that from off all the earth: for the make the most of it, all of us who I a variety vegetables everyday by Capt. Russell Walthour., of 1
first thing put on the Is In the as far as practlc-
Lord hath spoken it.Isaiah love the Lord. The program year
said unto him 23:8.: following' the Jacksonville headquarters: for ;
good part, which shall not be taken to produce the necessities at home. abla.
schedule of
1 good thing shall away from her. Jesili hardly Prayer -. Our .'ather.Vbo are planned. services have been Tho farm papers are full of It, and 4. Keep poultry to supply the Organized: Reserves.! ;

i have eternal life ? meant that too much was being!Iin heaven hallowed be Thy name. It la: good reading too sensible family with poultry meat nnd eggs I II Applications have been p luring
Monday March 30
at Methodist Into
the office In
him If thou prepared! for the meal: but that a steady stream
practical The Agricultural )Ixtt'nIII : | every diy! In the yoar.
! t go and sell that j food for the body was not so important last" question did the rich ruler church. on service has put It down as one I :5. Grow other food crops for the since tho opening of the enlistment:
to tho and food for the soul. Jesus? Answer read Luke Tuesday, 31. at Presbyterian period I-'cb 20. Captain VValthouiaald.
poor : as Mar- -- church.Wednesday. of their first projects to urge the needs! of the family all the vcur .
In heaven: I j tha wits worrying over houachoU 18:13.: farmers to this including sweet
I'rn'tlve corn potatoes
year I
I April! a. at
Baptist Cnptnln VValthnur
me. 22. Hut duties and details, while Mary was Recently several fine talks on syrup, and other foodcrops. inn uncc-il
church. ,
man heard! that the and needsof March 11, 1031 that tho Jacksonville t i'i ,>f
learning principles this subject have been broadcast .,.
Thursday. April 2 ut Christian tho ,
Reserve Officers A "
), away sorrowful: salvation directly from Jesus. Sure CuMance, -- In all thy ways church. from Washington by members of,. 6. Grow a variety of fruits. i Itlon
will present a medal, I l.. (th'
: possessions. Christ's mission was largely to give acknowledge him, and he shall direct Friday April ::, Methodist tho Extension Service aril I the Federal 7. Can a variety of fruits vegetables \ outstanding
rf.'I" we bear Thee his hearers spiritual food. thy paths. Proverbs 3.0. church. Farm Board. As A summary I and meats, to supply the basic morns :dud> it u
I I'I'I tending the SI'i"f' 1 .
and I will be camp. n a
i I Good housekeeping an d social Prayer Thou 0 God art our Services will bpRin each eve- > f. the practical Hide of producing family needs winner will be left to thet t ".
shalt be my work are commendable, but when I Eternal Guide. Show us ,the way ning at 1..Whatever! your( churchor P. living at home In this port of the I 8. Produce necessary food crop< '' and the award will
I I they cause neglect of duties to of life. state ten points have been listed for live stock as far an practical I bo
creed you will be cordially wel- |! made by one of tiie otllrer's'' the
is given to those ] to be observed l the farmers for 0. Grow soil and
I Christ or to the development of Where can we find, sure protection -, come at these Brrvkes. by building crops local ausortatlon.:

1 i ? Answer read- one's spiritual growth or the proper from temptation ? Answer George It. Lowry Secy. a safe and sane Llvo-ut-llome program save on the fertilizer: bill. I Keep ( In addition! to offering

I (, : training of one's own family read-.1 Cor. 10:12: 13. Ministerial Alliance. I this year as given In a radio fire out of fields. / ung
men an
opportunity to got a ;er
talk over WRUK recently by ma at 10. Keep records on food and
they are like the worries of Martha : March 13, lO.'il: Lain amount of
Free Gainesville. These ten points will feed crops produced for family and military training!
J:' condemned by the Lord. :Martha 'romVant The Lord is I and athletic and .
I did not habitually neglect his my shepherd! ; I shall not want.. L'L'ESBI'TEKLINServices : be used to score each farmer by money spent for things that could citizenship instruction
mission as Messiah. In John 11-: Psalm 23:1.Prayer : next fall. be produced. ut homo. .:very one I camps Cap
IIu I II 2C( when her brother Lazarus had --- Good Shepherd, our Sunday, March 15: as 1. Keep: sufficient cows to pro- will be asked to score himself next: I oswlble for those explained make It

I died!; and Jesu a came to them lives are secure in Thee. follows: r nn<> nlontv mlk' P5<1 butter for the full on theso 10 points. In attending to win
1JJ scholarships some of the finest
( 15, 1931 "Then Martha as noon as she I What promise is given to those 10 a. m. Sunday school J. M. si'In mis lathe South. Those
heard that Jesus was coming, went I I who remember the poor? Answer Trubv. suet ed over 17.5: grams of potassium \otl 101 men who are outstanding In their

Ia : among Friends and met him but Mary sat still I.I read-Psalm 41:1: 11 a. m. Morning worship sermon permangnate for each 100( cubic camp work are offered these schol-
the In foil of
by ft County
Jmliro bradford
pastor. )
in the house. Then said Martha, feet of air apace; keeping the Incubator County, State of Klnrlila& a i'ships each year.
March 16, 1931 6:30: m. Christian Endeavor
are friends been here p. closed for hour. WI'A'l'I': OK
: my Lord if thou hadst my one The Instruction
lea at
given the C
topic My Responsibilities to the N. II. \IH'IU' rUHTHMeilTo . .
I command brother had not died. But I know, Prayer For Wisdom So teachus Church. Leader Mrs. Geo. H. Low- Chicks showing symptoms shouldbe tliii. heir. Irani 1 rcnrvMontatlv M. T. camps Is designed to equip

J'I'' : : that even now, whatsoever thou to number our days that we destroyed as Boon as noticed. ..n. unit. lilt MTKIIIIH. 'Intt-rcHluil InInn the young men attending for lead-
y- nliova hauled Katuta, TAKI] NO-
this lesson prob- wilt ask of God God will give it may apply our hearts unto wis 7:30: m. Evening The brooder house should then be TICW:: I ership aa citizens both In peace: and

Sl'.G December, A. D. thee." She must have faith in dom.-Psalm 00: 12. and sermon.p. worship song disinfected with a 5 percent solution .appoint 1 A /iii'tltlnn:eel of linn nil,Ieen iiilmliilHtriilur filed. for tha In oar It Is possible for ono to complete -

. i, 30. Jesus lodged Jesus and also Christian love for Prayer Help us, O God to live The annual member can- of creolln, he said. Strict san- the above f>.titltl*d eniine. and all perBim the four-year courso of training

1 Mary and him. A well proportioned combi- uprightly every day. vass will be made every next Sunday af-, itation practices should always be Interested before m are. nn hereby Monday rued thit toiippiiir at one of these camps and then t

:) \ then retunred nation of service and worship Is What description did Christ giveof ternoon March 22, starting: at 2:30.: followed. nth day of April A. U. 111:11.0.: which to bn commissioned!' an officer in II
Perea east of pleasing to the Lord. the last judgment? Answer After the chicks are two weeks date, mtld pension will tie heard the Officers' Reserve Corps. Many
Prayer at and
meeting Wednesday iinlftHM a miltalilff person havlnu '
These lessons are written largelyfor read Matt. 23: 3146. 7:30: p. m. old their greatest danger Is cocci- preference by Inw over the iiotltlonIT who attend work for a commissionan :

Jesus taught his housekeepers and mothers dlosls which gains entrance thru shall apply for I the appointmentl 1 I the goal.Federal I
A cordial invitation to ,, .
March lX 1031 all our l hv rose of such preference' 1 will
and defend- who, because of their home dutiesor services extended to all. the mouth. They will droop around appoint the Pvlltlonvr or mini* other .

charges of the the care of their children cannot Safe Steps-The steps of a good with projected wings, huddle! up nil Killlu person I R" ailinlnlvtrntorof :> government considering
mllil ttHtalw, anil will issue
Fs3p' read all of attend Sunday school or church man are ordered by the Lord: and Heavy Loss and In a few days deaths will start of ailnilnlMtratIon' tttvrvon.VVIIneHM iwiluia flans for establishing EverjjUdesIr.atlonal : !
of Luke. To- 'I services and for them we quote this he delighteth in his and Increase. my haiul unit the ......lot! Park In Ccp f>:/ bl* rcgI'n .
way.-Psalm .
the I'rciltut'
Court of llriulforil Cotln.Iv
immediately ; prayer. 37:23.: By Chick Diseases Sick chicks should be Isolated as ,Klnrlftit' this 4th iluy nf March, In southern part of etate.

of the Good "Lord of all pans and things Prayer Order Thou my way Should lie Checked soon aa noticed, and given a dose A. D 1931 UKO. A. 4IAIlllNKltHI3ATi Like Worth Leader

Or.N it came to pass since I've no time to be O Father. Make my will Thine. of Epsom salts, 4 ounces per 100 ( County Judge' noel ,', Went Palm BeachSouthern

tu.rf.Or.n he entered Into A saint by doing lovely things, What things are better than goldor Gainesville, Fla.As spring arrives -kept without feed for 24 hours S-1-Ct-4-3 Juiiuv ui Aiiiuuitt 1'1.lway! Co., opened offices here :
with and then buttermilk and at 302 Datura street.
: and a certain or watching late thee given _
silver Answer, read-Prov. 16-: chick diseases if allowed to - - - -----
oman named Martha received himto Or dreaming in the dawning 16. 4 go uncontrolled will take the gradually brought back to the I :\0'1'"'MTho ,(\V"Ht--Cortez Cigar FactoryriHumed /'

her,house. This was the home light or storming haven's gates, usual high toll of chicks hatched regular feed. Preventing the operations.

toat Lazarus and his two sisters two Make me a saint by getting March 18, 1931 but with proper precautions this spread of infection is most Impor- "ill 1., nrt Klato><-"'I"!of'" P'lnrlilii, I In. W. C. Mar Uto: ; :hvr: : ':':J partivur.t: ; ;:t d'i- 1

lies from Jerusalem. It is sup- meals and washing up the plates. loss can be reduced to a minimum tant, It upiinai. , ,'Inir, liy afriilavlt app,>ncliul veloplug plans for rpnuriacingbetween
atH Eternal Protection The Lord to the Mill of Complnlnt In HIM (' -
5. I of h'hw.'V Orlando
>sod that Martha the oldestthe Proper management, plenty sad
Dr. E. R Thomas assistant veter- Tory raux iiciulltiK I In the Circuit
!It' three, and perhaps the home "Warm all the kitchen with thy shall preserve thy going out and inarian in of disease sunshine or cod liver oil, and strict Court In anal for Mrailford':: : County. Winter Garden.
charge -
thy coming In from this time forth poultry !''!.11.In. wherein MllilriMl Mi-Call InCotnplnlnant ..
chick -
sanitation will --
longed to her. This came nearer love and light it with thy'peacelForgive work at the Florida: Experiment keep baby and,I IV, 1'. Mi-Call .In ''
lag the home of Jesus during his me all my worrying and and even for evermore. Psalm Station, recently stated. losses to a minimum. defeniliint.' that the mild, uVfoiiilantIK MO'i IIH, it** hI.h14"1'1O'd.
121:8.: nun-roHlilrnt of --
u ili.e Hint ofKlnrlilii.
inistry than any other place. make my grumbling cease! lie explained Iqa t bacillary I, 0 and Hint Mix rmlili-nrn .In Ily .iinwfr vested, In thorn hy the 1
Doubtless Jesus would have been Thou didst love to give men food Prayer Father, we plead Thy white diarrhea and I coccidiosis .unknown and tht / TO KXIIIRIT: SOME: I'ltOIU'CTMWest ) ( I Ins(rust I Ion of Until font
promise that no evil shall befall us, till MlHIW of Klol'Illlt' ,Ills. MITVll-O of Counir.:
intent with the ordinary meals In room or by the sea, cause the greatest losses. Bacillary ,it niil>|n>.i.nii upon' whom would. bind) culls I nn .h.! <'''lim. to Im. held, ,nl' the
'hide the family had for them- Accept this service which I do- nor any plague come nigh our wnlte diarrhea causes the chicksto said ilpfiniilaiit, and Oho mild da- fullowlnir iittinoil, iiliiinm' on April
Palm Bench Klu. Home
HIM Till, fur the
dwelling. ? fi'niliint I is ovi dyes The next verse says Mara unto thee. fIn appear stupid droopy and demonstration women and club mild' Pause. l.nlllK, a Illll' for "Iv..,','" 'Ihrwrt trustees vni-h unit. its
What Is
the if fearor
'had a sister called Mary, the latter part of the lesson promise we stand around in one position with will II In .that' Maid. defendant .he. I Ivrinlnlnic' the inlllauu to hot IIKNHHCXII
of Palm Beach
girls county
In such illHtilu-t
the Lord ? read and hi IM .
revere Answer liii-clty imiiilrtul 'to
hfch also Bat at Jesus' feet and Luke 11:42-40: and :02-54. Jesus was -Proverbs 10:23. eyes closed. The liver is brownish- hold a special club exhibit here to the I enid. :l Illll of ComplHlnt: :ill: the: l-'ui the purpus. iif holding xnlilrli'itlun '

.card: us word." That was the dealing with his enemies. They : yellow and congested. The lungs April 17 and 1$, according to Mrs. I cinrk'n" .,r mild omen. Illll Htuikw on ,Ilia"Klorliln lllli' , anw of. lowm. : tha ma miuvrii ore UN. fu

ual> attitude of a pupil toward accused him of being in league March 10, 1931 may contain small white spot, and Edith, Y. HiirniH/ home demonstration Aplll. A. 1 I'.. IU1I iillit'l-wlHn' thf lll- l''nr Lawtny.isoos' : nosier' U. K
tie icicher In Acts 22:3: Paul with satan. He reasoned with the kidneys be congested. Ieglulone of mild' bill will Im tnkmUK "'h...", mill 1 I. M. MurrhunKur .
may: agent Each club In the county .
ItOnftfMMtd. Ilellhroon: N. l It (Irni.n. W C:
lye ne was "brought up at the them, and also accused them of Not Meat and Drink For the This disease 1* carried in the Is to exhibit two containers/ of I It IH further ordrrrd, Heal thin. ,rb rl.rnuas| uml' J..nal" HIatIIiiK., ,

'et )' Gamaliel," the great fisely teaching the people, and of I kingdom of God is not meat and eggthun; It Is Important[ that the Florida products that she hat .r ln |inbllMh.*d once n week rur \V.Mar('" limit., Irnlti'. '.., ,John M. II I'mvatt.H Orirrin.. W
folllI'llllKI'fllllVU WfKUH III the 1"11,1)
sebcl, hypocrisy; of giving tithes in 'I drink but righteousness, and peace mother hen not; bu a carrier. A canned and each woman Is to wear foul, ('i"uny TI.|**KIIIph, u newspaper [1''or lllrwkrr, ) MMolt. lluiun, II. t/* h
'h'o Martha was cumbered small: matters but neglecting and Joy in the Holy Ghost l om. blood test Is commonly used to determine e. dress that who has made during I of Kriivrx. i-ln'iilntlon. .pnMlnliiilIn Union and J. M .
A J. llradroid i-ounly, h'lmlilu.IIOIIM
:bOUl much serving and came tom "judgment and the love of God. 11:17.: carriers and he stated lecent sewing schools over the and. Oldniud, (it Howled", VintIrla It l IJ. MAYriiulrinuii tI..r..t'orp

.. i'f said Lord, dost thou notre of selfishness In desiring better. Prayer -n May we not be confused that chicks should come from county.Kradenton. , thin t 4th day nf March, A. U, _.. 3-A-lit .4->.

: hit my sister hath left me to treatment than others as feasts, In I our heavenly Father, in blood tested stock. ---- I I 111,11.! IIV.. AT.I. --."Alo\N. -- NU'I'U'I.I] - -

'rvt! none" Bid her therefore that the synagogue on the streets; and seeking life's best gifts. The disease is also carried In : Federal post office Clnrk 'lie-nit'' Court,

f-o'' help !!Ie." Martha was much I warned them of punnlshment for What is said about those who the incubator, and he suggested department com.IJurl.ig plans, fur Oho ATT oiiKinal'Mr: ..' nliove un flln,In In n true my offlII ropy,.><.. of IjiitijKMtiin,Th. HtttlK, 'HroittliiKii of Kloi. ;'l lilu I to Ver.ll'

created in preparing a good meal such lives. The Jews whitewashed trust in the Lord ? Answer, read fumigation at the rate of 35 cubic construction of proponed! $155,003 I 1. W ,\LIIl(,: I.\N. It HiiuoarliiK' ' by iifTliliivIt! npiiemlMl
'Kr lews 'And Jesus answered graves and sepul-chres to avoid Psalm 125:1.: : 2. centimeters of formaldehyde pour- post office building :t-8.l\l..a. ClKrK. Clri-nll Court. to :the Kill. of (.'iirnpliilnt: ; In: th* rChnuesry
,. rnimv pnntlliiK' In Ihs ( ''r.
__ .
. _
n '-' ---' - cull .r' In and fur Itr elf .rdt'nua
ty: ; ;; ''I'h'r: i ln furl:;n I j H. Limit-; ; ;:

11: 'THE MAIN\ THING ON MAIN\ STREET" By L. F. Van Zebra tuns/''. t'limrilitlnnnt JM IM. ilnfiuiiliint.'u. nim-r0nlilffiit' I Ihs.and. the of VnrillnIjiinKHton fmlilifMfpiiiliint the/'

stets of Klorliln, end that her r nlilHtii'0 .
Itt unknown, and thwr !is nnIiiirmin
In the Hint, nf "t'turUlt" thnMnrvlin
of u nuhponnit upon whom
OaHu; Bt
'! won lit bind enid. defendant and that
IT4 SWELL LdoKIN'1" vulil. friiliirit l IM over the nice of
MAIN gTREET3 HI years. enid. cause h"lnlJIll for
F BUT ''-I-\E ONLYMAIN IMvori-o. It IK oriliTnil that Bald
IEADN@- NC 5T, I 'I ti> appear ti> Hit. .until Hill of
Doti'T IiUN Goon GUE45 I'ornululnt I at the Clerk'ii otflcs In
CEO. OVA RAn IN I 1 Htiirltn, Klorlilit I tn nnnwrr mild' I Illll
ion I the nth dry. of 'April A. l>. 1111.:
TROUBLE AGAIN rg67.9x. A7 'iithorwlMw the allegations" if said
"Kral Illll will lift taken UM ronfHNo.
YIHA! HDON'T It .In. further ordered that thin order -
.748.41T'Z HAItG ;-- .t b* published,'. .a w....k for
GEO.ONAD2AFrTOE MdT '( GUESS ITo;. WAN four cnnMeutlv week. In the llra'l-
0 14 ford County Telegraph, a . .
i TEMPERED BANK CLERK:!\ I 14 -r 1 .... 1 0' THE.M FfRRINSILGNCG of general clreuliitlon. publlnlivil newspaper'In

I 115DUBLE AGAIN WITH f II OH L HE/kE N4 CARS tlrmlford county Florida..
I *H*H MEW GUI A 'il'AcE4I hone and ordered HI Htark, irlor-
t iD,4oH 9rlTS t a "Ida' thin 4th day ot March A. IJ,
POOfl GEORGE /- IF i.a so-I s eEHnRq U31.
Bas .. .' Clark' Circuit Court.
&: BLOWING UP RUBES lJn t ,", tlrilw ATTFIHT: : above In a true copy" of
II'4 DE SANK. NG'S. -1':1 -" ,' lice urlifliml, on file In my ottlu*.
t tt W. AI.riKKMAN.:
CHANCING TIREes: & BmtffG Clark Circuit' Court.

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.?--.-.....-........-.-. """ ,spend the winter season in the I expenses, which have to be borne reason of it, extending even to the there is always a den ;
: 't Bradford County .Telegraph state, remaining until June, and but would best very best in h4w
From -r I IPlant by all the taxpayers, it packs. quality
j Otrjer then certifying tbe'i they,have visited .
i' Established! 1877 ; the sponge l Industry at Tar-t, lessen the burdeft to which motor Every well posted man knows '- ---

.)-_._---- + pen Springs, the Bok Tower at vehicle owners are subjected. that sickly looking fresh fruits and

i s PublishedVeekly on Fridays and Entered as Second Class City i is now furnishing the Lake Wales, Silver Springs at!j Whether Representative Bled- vegetables, wilted, shriveled decayed -
Ocala the sor.'s bill is Introduced or whether or half rotten, will
the Gandy bridge, have con-I help
with by
!Matter at the Post Office at Starke, Florida ountry strawberries I I II
rain load.- Starke Telegraph. My, sbmed a pint of orange juice a day I some other bill of similar purpose, mightily to curtail the demand for

i .; E. S. Matthews . . _ _._ ____ Owner and Publisher JUt they are doing something and a few other things that some I i 1 Is Introduced It Is plain that some- the best packs. If the consumer

' J. C Robinson ... _. _.______. Managing: : Editor north while'! Bronson Journal. legislator will think of betweennow thing should be done. The gouge must look upon that kind of fruits
-0- and then.--Tarpon Springs has reached the saturation point and vegetables displayed at stores

About the only five-cent Items Leader. I. with motorists. There must be rea- that make him SIck, he is not apt

SUBSCRIPTION HATE hat are still plugging along un- sonable and permanent relief. To to call up his grocer and order a '-"S-c

', ' Yearly, $1.50; Six Months, 73c: -Payable in .\dvanceAd'ertisinA' ler war-time prices are shoe shines, The legislative *tax. committee annual exact of them an supply of that particular variety.
headed tant fee for license exorbl-I I ol: fruit
i ]tales' Application nd matches. -'- Starke Telegraph. by Representative' John tags a or vegetable.
l ,! on ro say nothing about good old Matthews, In \Its economy drive, Is f. certificate of title, a One man long in the business, THE IJ1i-CELIt'Cptl.: ,,
'hewing/;; gum Dronson Journal. camping on the trail of the pre- of six: cents a gallon, and then upon Inspecting a low grade ship-

March came a'rarin with the rain. -0Automoblles cinct constable ufid Justice of the compel them to pay a fee of fifty ment of a certain variety of vege- an cxvJntti i'Ptjfurp
s t; are likely to be as peace, and will recommend than' cents for the Issuance of a license table Just received, remarked: tint
at .- o carce fifty years hence as bicycles some of these unnecessary officials i| tag is the last straw of the outrage "Looks to me like at least some on II"VI -

"' ; An airport would be.good publicity for Starke. re today.. jStarke Telegraph. And be abolished. Before Florid had'I'!' growers and shippers are spending I B I1JNS\t

j _________ -oI --- pedestrians will be found only In gC'Otronds there may have been I Motor vehicle owners and those I too much time worrying about i r! 'n
New Port Rlchey need for justices of the peace scat'I interested In the automotive industry ;!- hard times, and are overlooking
museums -
''' ? ). II. S, Glee Club rut Starke on the air Saturday.. Press. tered over the county; there is lit- should get ready now to back I entirely the things that contributeto ;' it A mo<< . .

o -0 ---- tlo need for such an officer now up Representative! Bledaoe and make successful growers and This startling new de,

{ John Shin of Avon'was locked for selling shine Advocates of severe penalties to i with the county seat within half an other legislators who may endeavor shippers. Bent returns are'not tent a contributIOn to i ootB
up Aid lawlessness forge that It was hour's drive of the most remote to lift some of the tax=" burden. gained: either from wildcat securities !- the self starter vvai to! '

o Jio automobile, not hemp,' that community. Abolishing the justice : The ad valorem tax has been abol- or from the government bonds, It centers the entire t.

Florida will not take lleno's divorce crown away from topped horse stealing -- St. Pet-II automatically makes the peace officer ),' ished: but no. doubt the mid-state as some would have us believe, but in one 'OmrollhJt oj XI
jrsburfe;; Times. When airplanes who works with, and very often editor was right when he said that from an Investment of time in hard per rnttil)!
her functions, The new Bi,
i become common, then stealing of for him, unnecessary,-Ocala I it would be paid next year under i labor; acid labor will pay dividends "
Tone Control
Ap o uitou will stop. I. Star. ; 'another r>..'\me. The assessors now when expended In an effort to de- a Rigid 'I I ""lit
f. ulShould and All-Armored: '
Usually you will say the meanest things to those you --o- I I, ----p, checking up for this year's levy .velop quality products. tin C
4 like best. LimerlrkThere sorncttllfli t Ile'Done mike careful inquiry as to the car, In growing fruits and vegetables, jttt us for a .! '

+ I once was a man not unique (St. make, model, date of purchase and attention must be given to the selection -.
..i -o Who imagined himself quite a so on. of seed or nursery stock,
Modern\ youth believes opportunity has substituted a motor shique; I Representative Bledsoe of Hills- Some legislator should Introducea i but even then the crops will not i

,' horn for knocking, But the girls didn't fall borough county announces that at bill to lower the license tag to just grow. There must be labor I K '
i the next session of the +
legislaturehe a reasonable figure. Representa- and interested
For the fellow at all- attention, with not f'I R x
-pd He made only a twenty a wlque. will introduce a bill to abolish I tivo Bledsoe might Include such a much time devoted to conversation !
d Among the odd news of the week: College boy held up Laffngaz. motor vehicle license tag agenciesa provision In his bill. 'Something I about hard times and hard condi- ( .

4 and robbed of ten dollars. -0- -- political 'handout which has must be done. The motor vehicle tions. A keen interest must .betaken F
Moore Haven Is shipping frog been much sought after since it owner simply must be given con In sorting, grading, packing p r'' lilth1N"'y
1 pOne has been creaded.f'The! tag, agencies sideration.
Nobody and
by the ton.-Starke Tele- protests Just shipping. High grade
result of the is the moving back to egs merely increase the cost of '
good depression raph. You can expect that town but unreasonable goug- goods will nearly always bring
i farms from towns and cities. .o do what she does in a superlative operating cars, ,he says. "Ma- ing is another thing. profitable returns, even in the face
chinery for the distribution of tags, -0- ol' hard times.
manner. But we hardly ex-
0 I believe could be set up in the tax
them to in Even last year when conditionswere
Apopka Chief if in debt dig. Some of 'em pected collectors offices The plan would Thrre's Room at the Top
nays you are these days of national prohibition bad, the man who put out s

have already dug in-out of sight. !-Bronson Journal. ''I state also eliminate payroll.7 a f'v big slice of the (The Packer.) fancy quality was paid for it; and
--0- I I while\! he may not have realized as
o There is not the least doubt that Ol<'.-ttmers will tell you that much In Hrgtloy, tfoM 33 !UsuJdoor
as normal
Sand will be needed at the next years, the results -
teatnut: ,,,6,...
Farmers are right in paying more attention to feeding tfie motor vehicle tags could bo issued much Improvement has been shown ,were such that he fared far Pntftha
session of legislature--else ;tuba .
themselves than to feeding the world '. there will be'some awful skiddingin by tax collectors. The past two the last few years in the packing, better than his neighbors who |7U

_*_ _dAs Leon's red clay hllls.J\ -Starke years the tax collectors have been assorting, crating, and shipping of spent their time kicking and complaining Monthly Payments
_ Telegraph. Which means that collecting the ad Mfm' tax; receipt fresh fruits and vegetables, and about the depression.
one editor there is a reason for everything ex- of payment of which was other '
says many a politician has slipped, slip- produce, but they will quickly Many growers and packers long HITCH'S' SERVICE
it cept people who try to be funny and aren't. ped by unconsidered actions at necessary to procureta license tag. qualify such admission by say- ago learned that the very highest
{ p'l Tallahassee.-Bronson Journal. Tags might just as well have been Ing that far too much low grade, quality goods on the market, no STATION
Issued at the same time and perhaps Inferior produce Is still reachingthe natter what the genf-al:
Part of Florida's peaches are in bloom now ; the more A -told u----the Topeka Wom at the same place. Some such market centers, and that prices bring the fanciest prices. There Starke Fla.

; popular variety will be in full bloom on Easter. an's speaker club that no woman who plan would not only lop off !state ro being adversely affected by ,ii Plw"vs room rt the top b"c-uia! ..... .- - -_-._-.....

o smokes cigarettes will make a suc- -- -

According to the headlines St. Petersburg is planning to cess in politics, the TimesUnionhas
discovered in reading the ex-
hold a dry convention. That will be u novel idea. I Io changes. It's a good thing women

{Y dop't pay any attention to women.

Funny things about location of filling stations. They're -Lake City Reporter .
everywhere you turn until the gas tank goes dry. Baldness is said to be caused by

o lack of hair.-Starke Telegraph. &Iiell
the Well, we don't know about the Ow. makes
Perhaps the country will be able to struggle along f '
cause, but lack "of hair at least
next few months while congress is not in session.o s
"_ : I produces the effect, and as yet
we've never been able to locate

r The quickest way for consumers to get lower prices on anything that will effect a cure for

bread is to stop buying it and start home-baking again.o the lack Port of Hlchey hirsute Press.adornment.New .- it possible for motorists

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t From the increasing number engaged in beautifyinghome A sober legislature is needed by

grounds Starke should soon be the city beautiful. this state, according to the Tampa
I'Tribune. The members will\ stay to save MILLIONS

o sober, if they depend upon their .
t Tallahassee State editor is discouraged. lIe dashed : salary to pay expenses. Starke ..

around the corner to find prosperity and ran into a bill collector i Telegraph. But If they don't want SHED
: to stay too sober somebody always
I seems willing to help them get

1 o- otherwise.-Bronson Journal.

Trouble about those who are able to take their shine -0- ,,,, ,

;' straight is that they are not able to talk or walk straight City As candidate was to be for expected president the Lake on a .See, on this chart, what Shell .d '- .. I New' ;; .. .,
L. e
afterward. platform of "national free beer :has done . .It cut down . ": .. { anti ki otlc .
may shatl.5
r pipe line" has found a resting placeIn require ninrttof
o "' ...... ., .,
ll a padded eell.-Starke Telegraph -" : r. $Now any '.. .. .tihyl ..
Seems to be easier to pass a law that is constitutional to Lake City is fortunate indeed ,your driving costs many dollars I .. Improved ..

increase the taxpayers' bill than it is to enact one to save the maybe Starke.has many more 'l 1't-t Shell 4OO, '
undiscovered ones..-Lake City Reporter iAnti al.gutari)
1 taxpayer ;
money. requree.nt" o ohne ,
o -o- ,.FTER long research. Shell is ready to supply ?, autom ob tail, p'. a' --r--

The average college student pays more attention to the If a bell ringing In a vacuum ..t1Il it. A new, amazing gasoline-at regular ,

a figures represented by the width of his trouser leg than those makes no Bound It's hard to under prices-which more than 75% of all cars can use'M-- -of- .
stand why some heads can have an with perfect satisfaction!
'r, the card. _,
on report
Starke Well, .
:ache.- Telegraph. _.
o- here Is how 'tis: A man with a In anti-knock value New Improved Shell 400 "

About the only thing Worse than static is the noise coming "vacuum" head will drink the com- ia,,far above common gaeomca-an] fact, above"I,. .r .L
_ mon run of moonshine and wake many premium priced brands. And anti-knock .. ,
'J from loud speakers in terminals announcing arrival and .
up with a headache, or we miss value is the real difference between good regular
departure of trains. t
our guess.--Jasper News. priced fuels and premium gasolines. v r f
1'o+ 0- 1- :

Most every town except Starke is getting a federal ap- Highway No. 28 will extend from New Improved Shell 400 will give at least 3 cars -+.. .
sere to Lake City, passing through in 4 full ''
,quick and
starting Their
propriation for postoffice buildings, and we have a congressman Palatka, Florahome and Starke. get-away. .....
owner can save the extra 3 cents And '1.
per save
getting his mail here, too. The legislature y TJoulevard from Bunnell to Flagler _on repair bills,too! ,j t .. ..
0 .
in 3each as an extension of Road 28, i iFor the less than 25% of all cars that need
had his
St. Petersburg man pockets picked $94 where It will connect with the

church the other day, and the Clermont Press surmises the Ocean Shore Boulevarcl, but It is even greater anti-knock value Shell has perfected
believed that several ,years will Super-Shell volatile,lively-a highteat."acrubbed"faeoline ,
nickel for the collection! plate was in another pocket. z '
elapse before this part of the roads ; plus genuine Ethyl fluid. >
o Tribune.o .
ry If you like to eat your }potlickor with a tablespoon, completed.-.Bunnell-- To owners of cars that need it, there is new

The best farm relief would be a smoothness, and a real money saving, in
crumble the corn pone; if your fingers are more dependableyou r
profitable market for farm prod- Shell Ethyl. More mileage. Lower motor upkeep. ,
dunk it. Either the will
may way spots spatter. ucts.--Starke Telegraph. Yes, thisIs
o the relief the farmers want and Take advantage of these new fuel*. Test New e

The "wear cotton" movement has been started in North he won't be satisfied till he gets it. Improved Shell 400 in your own car. 75%will find "

Carolina. Cptton is a Southern product and if more of it was With people on starvation in one they can ave real money by using it. If your car At lest.a measuring; unit, for anti;-knuck Talue*-te new Octane
section and crops plentiful and no needs Super-St u'I Ethyl, station Dumber raturp.l'i: J hel? |,, |hetlt
your man will B :\ ,
used instead of silk, we'd be helping this and neighboring market in another is a condition tell you. Ask about the nation wide mileage of all cars i. & New Jmpl'Ov"rflElWS" required r.!Pdar onrc L,1.)eJ-%
test.Definitely .
states that should certainly have the attention cee:
.; of our leaders.-l\tacclen-
ny Press
The first proposal to increase the gasoline tax has been ---o--

made. One thing not to bo overlooked about the gas tax Strawberry growers In this sec- n For the le.. than iS% of cart

is that motorists red-headed tion report their crops In excellent '' which require an extremely
question are already' .about the condition and heavily fruited. Ba- high anti-knock value to

matter. ker county made a good crop last ; ems momteJfficienUy.Pricmi

o year but It was like other sectionsof better than 3 cent more per gallonSIIELI
Many (Florida< schools have creditable news sections "in this state, flooded during the premium ]nets, yet iuU at la.
first shipping season and the crop>> i regular
price-at least 75
papers of the state, and among the best is "Hi-Times pub- t %
and market ruined. Some of the 4/oil cars can UM ittatbfoc- % .,
lished in the Lake Worth Herald by the Lake Worth high finest berries we have ever seen tartly -

school were grown here and there Is no
reason why strawberries should j
tv 4, o not become one of the early staple

To cut out competition in the divorce business, Nevada iprlng crope.-Macclenny Press.Here's .

haa cut the residence required in that state to six weeks. It .a-- PETROLEUM
the True Solution
w can be made so where a couple will only, have to go to a judge That ninety-day bill to gain res- CORPORATION
d '
;,, 'tld'have"their partnership dissolved :dence for divorce purposes should
M1 M amended to demand that they


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