Group 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 20, 1931
Frequency: weekly
regular
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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 )
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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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I26TH CIRCUIT Gainesville, Mar. 17. Vasco Met Monday New York-:March- 13. Tax CollectedSchool Would Have-Earned- Interest of Seeks
Forsyth, the "Pride of Bradford $::63 Bach If Good Davis Changes
showed ,
County, knocked out "Irish" Al- Strawberry prices Ad*tana l.n.al.'I..ltor
len of Orlando In the eighth round I little change compared with

TO THE EIGHTH of-a scheduled 10 round bout last An air optimism pervaded the last week's. Receipt were Trustees.to Enforce Request Automobile CommlHlonrni *- One of the-last things 'Fred II. In Game Laws

night In the main bout of the City j meeting of the Business Men's Clubat averaging two or three carsa Tax Collection Davis did as attorney general of

--=- Athletic Club's weekly boxing the session at Magnolia Cafe day, but quality and condi- - Florida: before going to the supreme z,,
show.It I last tion of fruit were not so good.
Monday. The attendance of v
Basing their action on the cur- court bench was to advise a
Wants to Do the best that the members Receivers had rather a bard The Florida Audubon Societywill
IIZl'llfi Committee was fight was large. Visitors pres- tailing of school funds to a certain man that his $100 Florida bondwasn't
Local Circuit Starke battler has shown in ent time pushing out green ask the state legislature to
Away With ever I were Messrs. Wm. C. Hammerer extent and Its unfairness to the worth a cent---except aa a
a local ring and there was abso- of Philadelphia. Pa.; and strawberries. They took just, great mass 01 taxpayers of Brad- souvenir. change the Florida game laws In

8 A saving of $103.200 a year will lutely no doubt of the superiority Charles Shepard of Hilliard. Mr.., enough each day to supplythe ford county, the board of trusteesof Otis Smith received a $100 bond the following particulars accord. t''

| made through consolidation of of the winner. Forsyth took the I Kammerer made an Interesting trade, but if the berries Starke school district at their of the Confederate state,of Florida IngHo an announcement from Dayton .

Lrkla, circuit courts If the state large crowd of fans by surprise: in speech telling of business adven- were more matured and at- last meeting condemned the actionof here at Tallahassee on March /\ Beach: )

lature adopts recommenda- his sensational triumph over the tures In Florida In former years, tractive looking there would some taxpayers of this county It, 1834. The bond was to bear 1. That 20,000 acres be set aside .z

os of the citizens finance and Irishman. At least half of the and stressing the advantage of co have been a market on the going to; other counties, having interest at the rate, of four per In each county for game breeding. Ist;''

ation: committee, Perry' a.fall spectators expected Allen to hold operation.The average 10 and 15c higher their cars assessed! at a lower figure cent per year It was signed by 2. Th.J the.use of the steel! trap s r'
chairman said Mon- his with the "Pride of Brad- committee and than the one prevailing this W. P. Pettis be prohibited,
Tampa, own on light wa- and paying both tax and tag depository ,
'
ford County. ter rates reported that sufficient week. All bervtcs were com money to the treasuries/ of those I r. J. Smith:; of liloxham, Leon 3. That tho killing of alligatorsbe

1 The y. ,committee met In Tampa to"t At the end of the bout last night data had not yet1 been secured to I ing from Florida and the counties. This action, they pointed county, Florida presented the t prohibited. 1
"Jawn" Piombo make of the matterto general range per quart was ; 4. That there, be .a closed season
| on a final report prepared byr when Referee a presentation out Is taking away money needed note to the state treasury the other tFJ
| Wall. It will be presented toL counted Allen out the crowd raised the bond trustees. II. V. Knight, 30 and 40c with pints selling for schools of Bradford countyand day for collection. It waa referredto on bear for five years.
which will be their shoulders. the chairman, illumi- from 15 and 22c. the 1 5. :That it be made the duty of
state legislature the winner on gave quite an in effect donating to the sup! attorney general's.office "

nvened April 6. Forsyth had Allen down for the nating statement"*concerning the .-.. .- ---. -.-- port of schools in adjoining coun- Davis, then in the act of movingover thv; governor to suspend any state >l
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The plan was based on sugges- count of nine twice in the seventh cost of operation of the plant. to the supreme court building or county official who violates 'the

Bons made by the state bar asso- round and he was out on his feet Major E. S. Matthews also madea P.T. A. ELECTS ties.In the letter to the county com- , paused to advise the owner of state game law d'a

aUon It favored removal of when he answered the bell for his statement concerning the prob- missioners, published' below, the the Confederate bond that law pre. A. That there be a minimum fine

von circuit Judges, their clerks.d last round. Forsyth started out lems the trustees have to face. The OFFICERS; PAST trustees point out that this actionIs vented the payment of tho certlft of f loo, or a sentence of 60 days, ,

other assistants with a'rushing attack that simply committee which consists of H. V YEAR SUCCESSFULThe contrary to law, .and they urge Icato .and that it has ifo value for 7.tire hunting or dynamiting.

| Proposed Changes'\ smothered the 'Orlando boy. OnlyIn Knight, J. M. Mitchell and Dr. B. the commissioners to take steps to whatever except as a souvenir. That the bag limit on quailbo +

j Here are the bar asso iatlon's the fifth did Allen hold hIs own, S. Carroll, was continued.J. ,- force collection of those taxes. In Davis also took time to figure that reduced, to 12 per day '

I commendations: and possibly the third could have M. Mitchell of the committeeon Parent-Teachers AssocIa- an opinion rendered some weeks tho bond, if allll good, would have .8'. That the bag limit on turkey li

Add to the eighth district Baler been called a draw. billboards stated that the com- tion held* an Interesting meeting ago, Attorney General Fred Davis I earned more than double its face I I.throo be reduced! to one per day, and j

Bradford a"nd ,Unl6n counties Both fighters entered the ring mittee had confered with Mr. Lar- Wednesday afternoon in th school advised all collectors of the state value in interest. Four per cent : per season.
limit and and others Interested in adver- Interest on the $100 bond would D. That the killing of hen turkeys -
Men now comprise the 26th. at the welterweight son auditorium, with Mrs.'T. 3. Alderman that this method of evading pay be
Iljollsh\ the 26th. fought with the speed of light- tising, and asked that the committee ment of tax to the proper countywas have been $208 prohibited.

1 Add Holmes and Washington weights and the hitting power of get together immediately and presiding. The' meeting was unlawful and that the personal > 10.. That the open season on deer '

aunties, comprising\ the ninth heavyweights., It was one of the complete ivrrangernents. opened with the song, "I Salute tax on automobiles must 'be 10 COUNTIES HAVE and 11.turkeys That the be reduced sale Wand to transportation 30 days.' . 'ti t

strict, to the first district. Abol- best fights ever staged In the local Committee on the new bakery Thee, Old Glo y"- -Miss Ethel paid in counties'where they were QUOTAS out of the ata'te'for Bale, of""
FILLED
th the ninth. arena. reporting progress, asked to be Griffin pianist. assessed. Enforcing collection of
black bass from .rr.state waters ,
.
the continued. these monies will result In -- 4
j Remove Levy county from Excellent reports: were given by ownersof be prohibited. '
Itth. Add them to the fifth, which Committee on the cigar factory committees for both monthly and cars having to pay the tax as Ten counties In two Citizens' 12.
That there be state-wide
low includes only Marlon county. 29 Persons Convicted sponsored by the club, reported annual work. Mrs J. M. Brownlee, assessed In this ,county, In reality a Military Training Camp districts license fee of$1 for a resident to y

Italian the 24th. I Game Late Violations, progress, stating that in order to chairman of grounds, made the fol- double tax, but caused by voluntary 'In Florida have filled their quotasfor fish in freshwater of the state. i}
I Add Monroe to the eleventh, get more satisfactory results, and lowing report Planted on the cam- action of the owners In taking their
13. That
the approaching summer trainIng the season on all game
Ibollshing the 20th district, and Twenty-nine persons were con- the better to meet competitionfrom pus fifty-five cedars; one holly; one cars to another county for the pur- and fur-bearing'animals close not

[educe the judges from four to victed In Florida courts during outside It may be' necessaryto red bud; five Sago palms; two pose of paying a tax on It. period offering free recrea- later than January' 81. b.r

ree. February for violating fish and change the came on the wrap- myrtles and six spirea bushes, Al- The letter In full follows: tional opportunities to young men 14. That all convicted
I persons
Add Bay county, now the 22nd, game laws, according to Commissioner per and brand. so cultivated all shrubbery near The Honorable Board of County at government camps throughout for violations of the game and fish 1

10 the 15th, but retain the judge. Woodward's monthly re- The strawberry situation was declared school building. Had wooden barriers Commissioners of Bradford the South, It was announced In laws be made Ineligible for license rx

I Add Sarasota county to the port, just received. A total of 79 to be promising notwith- made to protect shrubbery, County, Florida, Gainesville Friday by Major J. A. ; for period of one year.j5. .
standing the unseasonably cool and the barriers Starke Fla. Van Fleet commandant of the Uni-
and painted, green. ,
fighteenth! district. arrests were made, one In Leon That the carrying of gun In
in Wakulla counties.Thlrtyelgh.t weather of the past few days. Mrs H. A. Dew, chairman of finance Dear Sirs: I versity of Florida Reserve Officers'Training
seven I th.woods In closed seasons be prohibited
reported approximately We the undersigned members of Corps.
cases are pending, )
) except under permit, or on
\'IEL JUDGES "wax?nolle proved, two SENDS CANE TO PRESIDENT $101.00 made during the past year. the board of trustees of the Starke The ten counties that have fill man's
one case a own property.
FACE PROBLEM bonds restreated .and nine others HOOVER % The P.-T. A. has purchased a school. district, in a regular meet- ed their quotas In registration are: 16. That there be a state-wide

licenses. .large new flog for the campus; Ing held on the above date, viewing seventh nub-district; Dixie, Jefferson '
settled by buying I closed season on all fresh water
Winston-Salem N C. March 14. I Levy and Marlon counties,
Is for elementaryfirst the of maintainingand
i Dade county, with 27 arrests, Carving a cane by hand a bought supplies importance fish of at least two months, aa
-More than one million letters stood at the top of the.,.list with tedious task .but .Joseph, Bolt, of aid kit; helped pay for shower operating our schools and at with. Alachua, Columbia Gllchrlst, county commissioners may deslg
[ere received In answer to the relent the largest number of violations. Keystone Heights,. accomplishedthe bath for athletic club, and for the same time upholding/ the pres- Hamilton, Lafayette, Madison Su- nate.

one week's national newSpa- Other counties included seven each feat and sent the finished cane shrubbery cultivation. ent high standard of same, realize' wannee and Taylor counties ex- 17. That any law\,affecting the ''

er advertising campaign announcing and Escambla, five In to President Hoover. Mr. Bolt was Annual election of officers re- with much concern the fact that pected to fill their quotas In the
in Citrus wild life qf the state be considered ylas
prizes in connection with the Gilchrist;four In Holmes, three In I in Starke Wednesday and told of salted in the following persons beIng some of our tax payers have gone' near future. a general and not a special law.
tiew cellophane wrapping for Came and Palm Beach two his work and also showed the let- chosen: President, Mrs. C. A. Into other counties of thin state In sub-district eight, six of the
Bay, Duval 18. That the line of demarcation
( I cigarettes, according to an- and Futch? vice-president< Miss Florence and tiad their automobiles assessed fifteen counties have filled their fi'between
violations In Hendry, Orange, and ter of acknowledgement appreciation frenji, rind salt water bo t
,
ouncement today by R. J. Rey- Taylor counties, and one each In he received from the Matthews; secretary, Mrs. W. at a very low rate and have paid quotas. They are: Calhoun, Gulf, made the mouth of all streams,
olds Tobacco Company.So Parks treasurer, Miss Eunice their tax on said cars In Holmes. Liberty, Okaloona and
Nassau, Pasco and president. Mr. Bolt Is one of the B. ; personal teat the state "
Dixie, Levy, provided game commissioner E
great was the response that Polk. old citizens of the Keystone: Perkins. these counties contrary to law., Washington counties, with Bay, commission-' i,
andwcounty
JnfTiclals>! estimated that It would violations section, and only recentlyhe Miss Ethel Griffin read an ar- This has tea certain extent cur- KHcnmbla, Franklin Gadsden,
Charges Included 62 alleged Heights ors may change this line In particular a;
take the judges and their staff laws 19 viola and his wife celebrated their ticle entitled: Books Your Children tailed our school funds, as well as Jackson, Leon, Santa Rosa, Wakul i
,
of fishing" cases.
everal weeks to read all of the Read. "Homes in the Elementary other funds which In manifestly la and Walton counties Hearingcompletion
five for dealIng golden wedding anniversary. That commla-, ."
tions of hunting laws, 19. the state game !
|'trles and select'winners of the and School" was read by Mrs.J. unfair to the great mass of taxpayers of their quotas.
-
[thirty-eight prizes oteered. In furs without license, STAVE MILL IN READINESSThe M. Brownlee. Miss Marlorle I I who realize their responsibility The atato of Florida I I. fourth stoner be authorized to employ
but
the trappinglaws. sufficient number of
wardens
Officials of the Reynolds company three for violating, I I 'fRump gave as an amusing reading along these lines. In the list of southern states In
the will
not more than funds permit
thanking the more than Woodward reports new stave mill erected in "Sister Carolyn." We, therefore request that your corps area 'C. M. T. registration .

lone million persons who wrote Commissioner balance in the state treas- the northern part of town by W Miss Guasle Mae Bennett's grade board take the necessary steps to progress, and stands first in gains' -

[letters In the contest, also paid a P. Smith was given a try-out had the largest number of 'par- force the collection of these taxesin during the past week an compared
his
credit of depart !
high compliment to the efficacy ury to the' 1 of 8191586. Thursday; final adjustments being ents and friends present, and the this county as they should be. to those of the previous week. GEORGE V. ANDERSON
March ,
ur' the ment on received '< a potted submitted p- ,
newspaper advertising.They the month amounted made on the machinery and equip- grade JUI.a'prlze Respectfully ,
[ pointed out that newspapers Receipts during $8,000 ment for cutting staves. Blocksare plant :Miss Madge Mlddleton' J. P. KICKLITER, ATTENDS KALDWIN Funeral service for George V.
with over
l lIoerQ used exclusively advertising to 8326.98, sale of licensesof being stacked on the mill grade had the' largest number:, of F. A. SCOTT, CHAPTER O. E. $. Anderson, 73 year of age, pro mi.,
the
the contest, with the exception derived from fish dealers grounds in readiness for supplyingthe patrons who were paid up mem- A. J. THOMAS, -- nent citizen of Archer, who died 1,
Retail
of radio announcements, and all forms. machines and the mill will be bers of the P.-T,' A., and the prize: Trustees Baldwin Chapter, Order of East- Friday afternoon at the Gill hospital ,

lUiat never before' had such over- paid $395 for licenses. Adminis-cost running full. time by last of the I presented this grade was a copy of ern Star, held their their regular following an extended illness
tration of the department "Blue Boy" meeting Tuesday evening, March held Saturday afternoon at
whelming returns been received In week. the famous painting LEGION AND AUXILIARY TO were y

11 short-time national contest. 1442898. of the Ample power Is assured for the by Calnesborough. MEET WEDNESDAY NIGIIT 17th, and Starke Chapter was Invited Crosby Lake cemetery. Rev. W, K. ;

Tho announcement stated that A footnote at the bottom addition of machinery for manufacturing -' Mrs T. J. Alderman, the retiring ---.- to attend this meeting hon Junes, pastor of the Methodist

I entries were received by every conceivable report says "Thlg'department hasneverreceived crate materials for next' president, has done exceptionally The regular meetings of the Aux- oring Mrs Emma Tanner, worthy church, conducted the service. ''d

[ means of transmission In one cent from tax season's strawberry and corn crop, good work the past year. Her iliary and Legion will be held Wednesday !- matron of Baldwin Chapter It Members of the Archer Masonic h'
ation. It Is supported entirely by faithfulness attending evening at 8 o'clock. The will be remembered that Mrs. Tan-
I almost every language In tiny Mr. Smith expecting to be .In position -; enthusiasm and In lodge, assisted by members of the
funds paid by those who -lerlve will meet In the hall ad- ner was Miss Emma Powell before
I parcels and In large express pack to supply the demand for to the duties of her ol'ClceI Auxiliary Starke Masonic lodge, conducted vd
l ages, and on thousands of different pleasure or profit from, the wildlife thee crates and constructed his was an Inspiration to the entire or- jacent to Legion hall. All mem- her marriage.The Masonic: rites at the grave under'

l kinds of paper. It was estimated of Florida." plant with this In view. ,I ganlzntion' -M are requested to attend. chapter. Initiated two new leadership of Wallace R. Che ve*

mat more than 4,000,000 ,- ----- --- members at tb"meeting sere of Newberry, grand master of,
persons
including entrants and their faml- HTARKK GROVE MEETS TUESDAY -r The Latest Sensation< in Water Sports ed refreshment after. Attending\ Masons In Florida. Mr. Anderson n
lee or more than three Bike Boat-- :! frorn Starke Chapter were: Mrs. was a charter member. the Archer .

tlon's Lorena Rpperson: Mr. Nolla Mid- Masonic lodge.
population will be final -
"!!ted In the announcement of There* will be a meeting of dleton Mrs. Della Hoover, Mrs. Deceased WM a. native of Hop.
; Lena Overstrect, Mrs. Ruby Hayes, ,
awards. Grove No. 278 Tuesday klnsvlllc, Kentucky, but had resided -
Starke : Mr. Mae Green, Mr. O. M. Sis-
than 36
In Archer for
more
'Officers and directors of R. J. night March 24th In the W. Q- W.
trunk Mr. and Mrs C. A, Futch. J
.
ReYnolds He had been engaged In the
Tobacco Company" said hall at 800. .year ) /

* statement Issued by th .' com- Team members please be pres- ',, STRAWBERRY TICKETS: CANI1 general contracting business In:
pany, "are for Initiation ,. that town, but retired several years :,
deeply appreciative of :ent as there will be a class ,; WITH ORDER

the' Interest shown by more than also other Important business ago.
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.ooo.ooo' :,. He was well known In Archer ,
Americans, who sentaeswers to come up. >. ,
Cash with order will be required
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/ and Starke, and was prominently
to Its contest announcement :Members of Starke Grove,were ,e ->n all order for strawberry tickets
! { ., connected with church and fraternal
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and and much
staff ,
wish to thank,each and proud of the degree ; .hIs season, ,the price being made '
", ,, affair 'and! Interested In
every one of them. Is due their captain, Miss ,4;
; credit : 4 low to eliminate all charge and C.
n. li* want also to assure the pub- : Williams, for the splendid mannerIn : j;, :, '" ': '). D. order. Prompt delivery will civic activities. In addition .
Mr. Anderson
,
,the that every single letter, despite which. she coached the "Blue : : /:1-: :' l* be made on all orders and no ex- Surviving four 5
to its widow, are sons
n() goal at the
rmlty of winning
the the
tasks la being I Birds" to .. :eptlon will be made to anyone III
Anderson of Jacksonville
Claude ,
tI1refully read and studied by. the state convention on March 9th. It ';'/ N'' '.he rule requiring cash In advance.The .
Judges starkewas .,'" George A. Anderson of Lawtey, j
and their staff. was stated many times that .e.. ___ has hand several
Telegraph on
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"we / and A. W and Sam Anderson of
ask the In having the :./ ,
public to be patient, very fortunate thousand tickets printed last year
fw Miss
Starke five daughters ,
such state of 'L ;
careful consideration team In the
uncalled for mak-
takes! youngest for growers and Mamie Anderson and Mra. Monroe
tIme, and It probably will beeral Florida. ; the of the
: 'ng necessary adoption
- Pub. Chm. Stone of Archer, Mr. C. H. Reed a,
weeks before! the judges Amy Moore, HisZi-wlth-order rule. 3-20-U. n
Edward
can of Tarpon Spring Mrs.
render a decision. 'The judges'declslon e e Wold bf Jacksonville\ and Mrs. E. ';
will be announced< as BETTY BOYD PLAYERSAT ?i I 464 TONS FERTILIZER
M. Davis of Starke.
qUickly as possible" TilE WOMAN'S CLUB e' s;

-- Bradford county used a total of

Births' , The Betty Boyd Players will '66 ton of. fertilizer during the .'" PLANE IIEHK SUNDAY
IIofr.
again play Starke to please hun- month of February a* compared ,.,.--

and W a/Woolen; dreds of admirers by playing at I A "i ryi .vlth 307 tons during January, according I Joe J&usleh". Jacksonville's stunt '

Lawtey, daughter March 6th. the Woman's Club Monday night r d gt {% to the report Issued by the pilot will be at the Fred Jones

1tr.and Mrs U It. Starling,:Wa- March 23rd. The play Is one of L V nspection bureau, department of field, south of Starke, next Sunday: ,

oak. So March 11th. simple country life filled with com- grlculture. Polk county beaded :and will take passengers aloft for '

StM ..and Mr"- Edward Bennett, edy, pathos and love. It Is not __f I he list of counties with 4,324 ton, a view| of this Immediate section 1'

), daughter March 15th. too long drawn out, but on the con- JYanklin and Glade reporting no from the air. Musleh will also put

Stark.fr. and Mr c., D. Pitzer, trary you will find It short and ales. For the state, total for his plane through some thrilling ts

sea- March 15th. nappy with the ,necessary Interest February were 49,820 ton, for stunt over the field at two and '

st'r.: and Mra. J E.:. Thomas,' to hold you. !! January 88,620 ton. This report six o'clock.. Both pilot and plan

., non. March 17th.,, ;Poor open 7:30, curtain meat toes! not Include any sale of less are licensed by the 'United States

too.I'. and kits. At L Couid lump," 8j- prices, mdulU 60c, school: children .. than one ton. department of sJTIculture.m .

daughter, !.Iardl18Ua.1: 23o.

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I B. H. S. JOURNAL IF[ FLORIDA FISH INDUSTRY 1 11 9I ; :Brothers Set New Worlds Record inFo ] 1r



"The Staff"; .- ( Excerpts!! taken from "Fliherlen I I and shallow bayous being: characterlstic -
( r the South At'antlc!' and Gulf features of the coast. --M :r
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Editor in-Ch'ef' _____ .__ _.____ __ Milton Brownlee States," by J. H. Matthews.) The Gulf utattf, cocupy a favor WORLDS" ENDURANCE CAB

Assistant Editor ________1. .________.._ Hazel Adkins able location vupplylng a large< 1 CITY OF DCS AtOINCS ,, -
The fl-horieu of the South Atlantic part of the country! with marine ::
Sports Editor __ ___.._________ Gary. Overstrcet and Gulf differ as greatly product A ddfefn or more stato< :l'

Literary Editor; ___.. _.?_,_ ,_ _______:-_ Muriel" Silcox: from thqse of the North Atlantic in the lower s iii\ Blaslppi Valley

Exchange Editor __ ___'__ -., --,--, Annie Mae (Pe-irce- I n. the agricultural products of the have their nearfct--coaijtal: connections r+aNE

91 northern region, differ from the throu&ht:,\ ese states, and it

r I K\T ]NEWS bell?' producta of the South. The,O41f will probably mtih: response: to thl: Y itl, vs E EIS, i' w

All the school buses were here I stream flowing through the Straitsof section's demand for more foot:

I, Hilly Parker, will to Joe Bfd- 'on time?' Florida, following; the general, products that 1Jr: e Gulf flsheri'' 1 Pik+) }a HUPD MA 1fSR

4', psrdsmy''!' popularity with the glrla. Bill Wajnwrifbt didn't rank fanA.j I contour of the coast until it will reach to elt highest development t
readies Hatteras where the
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I. A. B. Wall will to Stanley: In the setter eliwwT Cape .

, ,t 4 Benny tt my ability to get demerit- Billy Parker couldn't misbehave' waters'* of the Artie current. flowIng FlorldV. Vest! Count
ln an opposite direction are
.'d fur chewing giun.II in study hall r Kay West was settled in 1822,
it and the
, .I, Eldredge Robinson! will to I I1..1.I Annie Mae; dldq't! cough in claM interposed between and from the very beginning of its'
have to leave ? coftHt. From about this point andnortht'laetward
B-BI&'P' Ability to and
'e slle my existence fishing form<:d one of 1tn
the Current
Some of the members of the Artie
4
be co icelted I N'IDc1pallnduatrles. At the present
forma a cold wall of water coveringthe
work?
club would
I Holcomb Ovontraet, will to newspaper
Continental Shelf upon which time finking I IA, perhnpi of firsl
remarkable ---- -
Tommy Oason my importance to the inhabitant,, although -
Mirlan Jacobs, driving through ire the fishing grounds of the
ability for working algebra.I .
in value of it is
Brownlee North Atlantic. South of output e-c-
leave to the country with Milton I Cape
Charles McMilldn,
,
a; to be fur the first lime saw cattails Ilatteras, the Influence of the Gulf seeded by the cigar Industry.
Merrill Edwards ability
my
growing! along the road In a swamp stream extends practically to tho Fishing equipment and method

funny they wire passing: Shore line, and it is in this warm of distribution are practically identical .

"Ohl Milton," she cried shaking water that lie the fishing groundsof with tnoSH fifty years ago, ...
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s JtT&OIlt ]Sr.ws.;: his arm In excitement, "Look at the South Atlantic Indeed many of the mall craft now I --.J
p In use are at least forty years old Governor John Hammill of Iowa (Ief.) and Walter Ferrell, f.CC: :secretary: ot the laws: c
7 seen I the hot-dog garden. Florida East Count The only fisheries which )save I American Automobile Association (extreme: right), congratulating tho Davis brothers on the ts. a, I
Well should have us
i you The. eastern portion of the state I a new world's non-motor, non-wheel atop *utbtio' ;>Ile endurance r=cord.
I shown
playing bnsketbllt last week. Daisy "Here's a bunch of requests for notworthy developmentswithin ,
is still up to her record with about I ," Bald the radio announcer to of Florida Is a remarkably level the pant half century arc I state officials and civic leaders witnessed the than :3.335 hours the American non.a' t p ,

it thirty-five points. We surely are the you Starke Glee Club: section rising but a few feet above those of the spiny lobster and the! IOWA of anew world's non-motor, non ord which, theretofore officially! recorn

't{ +' proud of her. And Patsy played "What do They Want P'"They're i' the 'sea. Along the ocean shore Spanish mackeral. stop automobile endurance record recently. by a much heavier car under almost I.

the good little game she always all Asking You to Skipa 'the current has thrown up low Most of the wholesale trade*in when Ralph and Holland Davis, brothers, brought( on the Indianapolis speedway !In tie '

'le ip play Few Numbers." :sandy! bars for nearly the entire fish is carried on during the win- their Model A Ford to a halt at the east entrance of endurance run, the car,'known as "The J

The Juniors are Just working as I length of the state; and behind ter months. When perhaps 90 percent the state capItol in Des !Moines after 2,775 hours and 1 Moines," covered practically the enth

l k1 bard as they can to scrape up G.: "Define geometry" theRe: are shallow lagoons, arms of of the annual catch of fish Is 48 minutes of continuous driving. Engineers who examined the Ford at the
t Billy
enough money for the Junior class Mills Isabel: Geometry ia an exact the sea, with here and there an taken. Several dealers operate dur- When Governor IlammllD;! standing; with Walter of the run asserted that neither engine 11)

x dues. They are due today. systematic scientific study of opening to the ocean. In the still ing the entire year, but'others are Ferrell of the American Automobile Association rave(: showed evidence of the gruelling strains v

+ Well Monday the Juniors had ,science;' measurement water jpf these lagoons many of the actively engaged in Key West only the signal to stop, the Ford bad traveled a total of they were subjected durln r the 116'' ',iys ot iut
Imagination, saltwater species find an agree- the winter. Dealers in 47,133.3 miles over all sorts of roads in all sorts of driving. Both apparently, according to the em, n
,, three testa and we tried to use our construction and problem, during
able change from the rougher wa- weather and had exceeded by 33,68V< miles and more would have been good for another 60,000 mile i ire
( ) heads ;so much that we are not over which could bo applied to holdingthe sponges and turtles operate thru- .
ter outside. Some In to -
rs'' it yet. baby, but Is used chiefly in the come out the year. All the wholesaling
Six week until school la out! of mathematics. spawn, while other are led to enter Is done with dealers outside the and the soundlings show it to be

Then we'll be Juniors no longer- study the Inlets in pursuit of food. Dur- city.It. very uneven. At some places in DEPRESSION PERIODS LEAD TO

maybe! ing the winter months, immense was not until 1920 that an this northern portion the small

CLUBS quantities of fish maybe found in Ice-making and cold-storage plant gullies or gulches are found quite (

HONOR ROLL SIXTH MONTH these places, but in summer the was built to take care of excess far from the coast, as, for Instanceoff ADOPTION GOOD FARM 1 METHODS!
tt Inter No Club water becomes so warm that mostof catches of fish. Previous to that Appalachee Bay, Dog Island
The Inter Nos Club held its them are driven out Into' the time and Crooked Island, off the coast .
4 Low first:i'Othema Haynes, Irene notably in 1919, the fishing
r a Jones Knos Hayes, Joyce Hayes, regular meeting Wednesday after- sea. industry suffered severe losses between St. Andrews and Chocta- -
Mar. 11. There being no Fernandlna, the principal coast (By .Spuds Johnson)
( Geraldine Silcox, and Carrie Mae noon, when the one small ice-making whatchee Bays, and off Pensacola
lr' Stafford. Miss Olive Ray teacher. business, the following programwas town of the fishing. industry of plant in the city became where they occur in from 5 to 10 "Sweet are the uses of adversity EVERGREEN

si First grade: Dorothy Orlffla given: eastern Florida' is. situated on Usable. There are no Meal retail fathoms of water., The deepest ," said the sage. But a mod- Mr. F. A. RAwler. Cor.Mr .
Roman Religion-Lorte Kelly. Amelia Island, and has one of the waters in which fishing is carriedon
c Charles Holten, Junior Smith, stores that sell fish, but small ern people prefer prosperity to adversity -
Jeanette McCauley; second, Eloise!: Roman Home Life Hope largest and best harbors of .the quantities are peddled in pushcarts in the Gulf are off Pensacolain or to depression. However and Mrs. Bryant ReddingMr.

Hayes. Miss Kstelle!: Davis, teacher Haynes. South. St.' Augustine boasts the throughout the city.. Live fish are a southeast direction and in a the depression, if not an abso- and. Mrs. Ellery Redding of I
Sr'' h High first grade: Robert Judd, Rome's Great Influence on the oldest fisheries in the United sold at retail at the wharves, where depth of nearly CO fathoms.The lute adversity, has Its uses whichwe their
the state form were visiting )
,World Thelma States If the Western Continent
Later Priest. not on Vessels
the fishermen their stocks
rl Leonard Smith, Lily Jenkins, keep are apt to overlook.In mother, Mrs. H. F. Redding Thun
7s. Thelma Mae Ricks, Frances Strick for the colonists who came alive in well-boats or live cars. The In some respects the fishing the first place, it gives us a of last week.
day evening
Mrs, Debating Club over in 1565 must have drawn catch at West is to fleets of this region differ from
land, and Loco Belle Sumner. Key shipped proper perspective we learn to
the water their Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Rosier and I
'' H.., C. Ritch, teacher. The Lincoln Debating Club had largely on for food.It Cuba and various cities of the U. those employed in other sectionsof put emphasis and value on moral,
is not Improbable that the in- the United States it is children of near Lawtey, spent
r Melvin S. although
e Second grade: Owen Dyal. the most interesting debate of the cultural, and social qualities and I
Pearce troduction of the Spanish cast net, The southern and easternmost of true that here, as elsewhere, Sunday here with Mr. and Mrs.
; t' Wiggins, Margaret at their last meeting. In factIt put less emphasis on wordly goods.
year
I r ; Grace Green, Juanita Priest, Ruth was so good that it Is to be given which is still In use In the locality the fishing grounds of the Gulf schooners are more universally We learn that the dollar is not all J. Q. Rosier
'
Wyman, Mable Prevatt, Mary Williams ' over in chapel on Thursday. The could be traced to the colony. Mos- Coast are those! of Florida reefs, employed in the fisheries than any there Is to life, and that its attain- Mrs. Hester Sapp is spending |

Harold Bishop, Gladys Johnson subject was, "Resolved That Immigration quito Lagoon, lying to the south which are mainly visited by the other class of vessel. In Florida a ment should not be our chief goal.In the week here with relatives. I
ward of St. abounds in Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Rosier and
Augustine large number of the fleets
Stafford Frances West market fleet. are
: Katherine Should Be Restricted Key These the second place, the farm-
t Overstreet and Florence Merser- from the U. S. for the next ten ''I fish of various kinds, mullet beingremarkably reefs, aa a. natural consequence of northern-built-craft. This' applies ers learn during "hard times" that children spent Sunday with lira j

i ;x eau. Miss Ethel!: Griffin, teacher The stirring speech of aboundant. Green their coral formation and the pro- more particularly to the vessels the simple, old-fashioned practiceof Gene Goskina. Wilkins'
years. E. W.
Mrs.
Mr. and
taken considerable
In
ire 'Third grade: Billy, Jackson, 'Gator" Inman gave the decisionto turtles are tection afforded by their uneven employed in the red-snapper and producing our living at home is il-1
Mary Louise Dyal!, Lumanda Dyal the affirmative side by a small numbers, which are sent principally surfaces, are exceedingly well pop- grouper fisheries, which are typi- fundamentally sound and neces- and children of Lake Butler !
school here Sunday
Vera Manning and Ralph Rhodes. margin. to New York and Philadel ulated with all the forums of invertebrate cal New England schooners, though sary. When things are "riding tended Sunday Pringlel

Miss Madge Middleton, teacher. phia. animals common to this usually of comparatively small high" we are apt to get in the habit Mr. and Mrs. Waldo

Fourth grade: Lucy Ann Dew"., Nature Study Club Indian river connects with Mos latitude, and, therefore, we find size. But, while these are gener- of depending on our money cropsto were the guests of Mr. and MrsCohen |

'Nettle Dowling, JeweU Fogg, Lorraine quito Lagoon by means of an artificial about them an abundance of fishes ally deep-like vessels, the greater purchase our food and feed Peele Sunday.

h:9 Hartman, Mary Jane Judd, Another weekly meeting of our ; canal and has two outlets in attracted by the vast stores of number of the schooners employed crops. When necessity forces us to Ellery Redding of the state j

:j.., ; Lillian Moseley Georgfe Silcox, Nature Study Club was held Wednesday lita lower portion, the first being 'food. Proceeding northward in the in the oyster and sponge fisheries grow these food and feed crops, farm spent the week-end with bib

k Mary Lee Stafford and Jennie Ty Mar 11. Minute were known as Indian River Outlet, and I Gulf from the Florida Reefs fishing are shallow, center-board craft, we are again reminded that if we mother :Mrs. H. F. Redding. children

ft ler. Mrs W. H. Hart, teacher. read and approved. The speakerson the second a* Jupiter Inlet. Therlnc4pal grounds, we find Innumerable many of them being built In this had grown them all along, we Mrs. G A. Pringle and two Mn.

Mary Harriet Bishop, Era Edwards !: today's program were: > fishery Is for green turtle 'places for sea fishing, which'follow region for the special trade for might have saved more from our were visiting her mother,week.

Clara Flume, Thomas LewIs Leecy Fogg-Sea Gull. and they are said to be more one another so continuouslyfrom which they'are employed. money crops, and have more mon J. S. Rosier! Thursday of last

Bernard Smith, Brunell Morgan, Connie McGauley-Elderberries. abundant at this point than at any the Tortugas Keys to the Steam has not; yet become an Important ey to spend today. If, then, we Mro. S. Yarborough of DeLeon weeks
Silcox and Millie Judd-Violets. other on the Atlantic Coast. They mouth of factor in the fisheries of when Springs Is spending several
r Doahta Smith, Vernon A poem by the :Mississippi river, can remember to grow them and
Mellle: SUc x. Miss Gusale Mae Our class poet bad a poem, called are present In the river during the that the entire region can be best Florida. A few small steamersare "good' times" return to our midst, here with her parents, Mr.

t 4 Bennett, teacher. ... April, which was read. A greater part of the year, but It Is described aa an extensive fishing used, mostly to transport the we will have profited by the per- Mrs. Will Kersey.Mr. and
,t Fifth grade Murla Geiger, Frances reading followed by' Dorothy only In winter that the absence of ground In the form of a broad belt catch of fishing gangs to market iod of depression.In and Mrs. R. S. Rosier

# Lee Peek, L. O. Jonea, Jr., Billy Smith. sawfish and several of the larger ,following the general contour of The sloop rig Is still In favor for the third place, during unfavorable children spent Sunday afternoon at
Long Billy Powell, and 8. L. Sil species of sharks, will warrant engaging the coast sailing vessels of comparativelysmall seasons we are again and with Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Rosier j

o cox. Miss Eunice Perkins teacher. Freshmen-Sophomore EtiquetteClub In their capture. I Along the coast from Anclote tonnage. These sloops are most forcibly reminded that the Woodlawn.

Sixth grade: Bertie Mae Ward, Fishing In the St. Johns River is ; Keys to Charlotte Harbor there ex- mostly wide, shallow, center-board policy of "all for one, one for all"
Mae Mersereau Freshmen-Sophomore Etiquette confined largely to the capture of isU vessels and It be remarked
Virginia Alvarez, The extensive and continuous lines may la beat When conditions are fair-
r Katie Fugate, Martha Slade, Don Club held its regular meet- shad, mullet and trout, though of ledges, upon which, u well as ii< that the general character of the ly good, we do not realize so deeply

Stilley and Laurie McKinney.. Miss Ing March 11th, In Mrs. Carpen- many other species are taken in gullies between fish abound. The coast necessitates the employmentof the necessity of cooperation.Let TKHPAREDNESt

P7 Minnie: Gruber, teacher, ter's room. various localities. The banks of same kind of bottom la again found craft with light draft This Is adversity befall us, however,
Grace Andreu, had charge of the streams are, aa a rule, low and emphasized by the employment of WARDS OFF ADVERSITY'
4 Seventh grade: Mrs. Carpenter Just north of the Florida Reefs, and we are made to know that best
A. W. Anderson, Vonda Inman, the program. The subject for discussion -, swampy, and the fishing is there- but between the two regions there large sharpies about Tampa, Fla., results can be secured only whenwe -a.. ...
Vasteen Parrish and the setting of fore confined to the few higher i averaging 7 to 8 tons burden. ealrrruyq
Lois Judd, was, proper Is an almost barren waste of sand. are working together for the
t' 1 Fanny Silcox. Mrs. T. P. Maynard, I the table with silver. Several areas. The, plnclpal fishing cen- I The fishing grounds on the offshore The Gulf region Is remarkable interests of all. / RraW

) teacher. members of the club took part in ters on the, rivers are Mayport, limit of this section are, so for the employment of a large And last of all, depression givesus It

a Eighth grade:'Myra Frink, Blate the program. New Berlin, Jacksonville, Palatka, far aa known, in the gullies be- number of small lug-rigged vesselsof time to stop and thlnk- ln fact,

Jackson, Donald McRae, Helen Lake George, Lake Monroe andLake tween the rocks where there are about 7 tons burden. These are forces us to plan our work, cut

Mersereau. Martha Powell, Louise Junior-Senior Etiquette Club Harney. living corals, or else in gullies with found mostly In Mississippi and corners, seek other money crops,

Snyder, Alma Thorton and Melba The Junior-Senior EtiquetteClub Fisheries of the Gulf States sandy and shelly bottoms alsuontalnlng Louisiana. The typical lugger la a and generally'carry on our farm-

1 Crosby. Mrs. Bynum Perkins, met Wednesday,. March 11. The Gulf region has a coast line living corals and a soft sharp shallow center-board craft, Ing operations in a better manner.

' 0 teacher.. Our program was in the form of very much longer than that of any rock formation. carrying a single large lug-sail. .

Ninth grade: Lois Adklns, Etho- questions and answers concerning other geographical division of the The grounds of the northern por- Vessels of this rig are celebratedfor Palmetto Pierce Drug Co., op- Fire
' when least
lin Barren Bunny Canova. Carlle of the table. speed and general) fitness comet
for
tion
the setting
I coast states. Taking Into consideration embracing the region between ened new drug store for businessat expected. Be prepared with
Falkner, Kitty Hogned, Winnie the work they have to ;
the principal indentations, Anclote Keys and the mouth of perform. corner of Main and Myrtle adequate stock insurance
tou Howell, Louise Jackson S. THEMES FROM! SECOND the They are manned chiefly by fishermen
River
Its approximate length is 6,875 Mississippi .are whollyIn streets. adjusted to meet your present
Johns Lois Long, Sinclair R'I GRADE miles, while the :Middle Atlantic gullies. The bottom, off to a of foreign birth.Aparntueti Miami-Pat Ligon opened new needs.

d Marguerite Prevatt, Fenella Patrick States, which rank next in this respect depth of about 20 fathoms, generally of CaptureThe meat market and store at 7919 N. Let us help .
you.HAROLD
der Marjorie Stump and Dorothy 8t. haul seine Is the
have only 5,400 miles of consist of sand with an ad- most extensively E. 2nd avenue, to be known as
iii Swanbom. Broward Lovell, teach St. Patrick lived in Ireland. Hew coast Including the rivers to the mlture of borken shells, but In the used devise in taking fish Little River branch.

i er. s a. good, kind man. He fastened limits of commercial fishing. The gulli a, the bottom U covered with proper. The gill net yields greater Largo Julian Zimmerman
Tenth (grade Wynken Boulware, all the reptiles in canyon. results In Florida; waters WALLINSURANCE |
shores of this entire section are living corals of hard rock. Out than the leased c' \ plant of Largo Ice and C.
:Mary Brownies, Lucille Edwards, One day he took a. bell, went up low, and for the most part sandy side of about 20 fathoms, rocky seine. Such minor devices as the Power Co. and Is build-
,
Hope Ilaynoii Abble! Harley, Mor- hill and rang the bell. All of cast net and the repairing
on a and swampy, sterile sandy beaches and coral bottom predominates, dill net arc mostly ing for
V i rU Jackson, Eva Lee, Clyde Morgan the Insects heard him, and went Into - _. . --, -- _. employed' by Beml-profescional operation.
i
Mildred Morgan Ruth Rowe the sea. Now in Ireland they fishermen and take but small era MadisonMerchants and Farm- STARKE FLORIDA

and Jack Long. Mrs. T. T. Long have no insects or poison things. quantities of fish; they are mostly:: Bank opened for business on I
''I To Dedicate recent date.Wake.
and Mrs. D. Carpenter, teachers By Grace Green, 2nd grade. MarkerA commonly used in the smaller -
'j' Eleventh grade: :Miriam Jacobs, --- stream. in Florida )lines constitute -- -- -- -- -- -'- -- -- -

6 Jean Laird, Ortho Matheny, Ira St- Patrick a very prominent
of I
1 means
4'Y Sponholtz;! Evelyn Stump and Ethollu : St. Patrick lived In Ireland He capture. round nets, trap nets, Up Your Liver Bile

i '' White: Miss Isabel Fernandez. caught up Insects, frogs, snakes, weirs and fyke nets which are eo
lg> teacher. and all Crawling Insects. He Imprisoned prominent in the flohertea: of other

Twelfth grade: Milton Brownlee, them In a canyon. portions of the United I
1 States are -Without Calomel
% let them out .t sW
Alice Fernandez, Annie Mae When he wanted to absent nom this region. Large

l., ,Pearce Curtis R o u n d t'r e e he rang a bell. The insects would predacocus fish such as the tarpon -,

Ruth Williams, .Wainwright, fall into the sea. St. Patrick was sh: rk9, alligator, gars and And You'll(( Jump Out of Bcd M tfcb! UU b u*Bowtaz tmlf, TOW,**
Cleo Thomas, Rachel SUcox, Louis man ....
a great Jewfish are in aboundande and d.o't dlweIs.. "e.a d..ye la tJM ...,
Hit; and Muriel Silcox. Miss Florauce By Florence Mersereau.2nd. make It Impracticable to use these in the Morning Rarin' to Go Gee bloat ep y.m.ee..et. Too tun a

Matthews, teacher, grade. nets. thick bad M.m..4 ywr....&It.to feu!.'UaWU
If yon feel dour' rank and the ...... eel la H.......... TM b."
? WHAT UOCLJJ HAFl'EN IF St. Patrick Grassy Point-Pensacola Bridge world looks punk,don't swallow a lot ........roe W. dose sad cut.T.ur wb. ,.

V" St. Patrick was a good man. r Corporation to start constructionon of salts, mineral water oil. laxative ..-.............
Billy Graham didn't get demerits He killed all the creeping animals candy or chewing gum and expect . UTTLlLTI
new bridge across Santa Rosa It ....UMM" ....aid CABTBR1
f ; in the first study hall? St. Patrick lived In Ireland. St Sound then>> to male you suddenly sweet 01'"
near this place. i \KU Jl u crt than. Iwa poaadi
..
: Jean Laird didn't have her gotimetryT Patrick was a great man. He put State highway' uepartment to and buoyant and full sunshine.. betel"'-7.... -.Ira,elid..........

A:;:. the creeping animals In canyon. start work on road construction For they cant do (It. They only Tk r aoatala -.a.tuI", ...-- ewd'.
( The Latin student couldn't By Ruth Wyman 2nd grade iutlnc wmorlal U M .. M.r...*. ghlpprn. a-Un. .wM ..... vicinity of In mow the bowel' and a men mwmeat .......ettr..a4-" ......H-.
study togethttrTLouiae . -'bIn tbs prcMmtion .f MtghUiMte H...m.rk. s *...-. .. tree, ., Sebrlng and Highlands doses
-- tropic.and I ..b-tr pleal share will be ...el""" (| the ....I..Iie.. of the Hammock. got at the can*. Tbe BMfcla.she Mia...h..lp.emd.'t..rfws..sariA.bI.
Edwards came to school, Federal government surveying park >t a.brlnFin.. .. Marrb IS. Tb mvmarlalUixU .. a ........ plain mentd I Tampa 14.000,000 roMon for your dowa-aod-out feeling .,c.rw"0
on timeT I state fisheries.-Lake Worth Leader. .n 5.R ulte boulder' *.*- *r...'.** *' lh* .m...r* .... ..I""'..... HII" Florida can of ., !. your Meet It should pour out two u...LNv... Laak_MM iI.'AGE ...c.rw'a

x Milton Brownleerdldn't ring the iI i "'I H.!!._.... .... .Wee ... Beata, dl.UguMa.d wris... to this city grapefruit in last ten shipped week from p UOy.pounds liquid bOe mto year bow.ls (Lee .PIDe M Ye ...11IIo4.Rr. ..e

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ip ty. MARCH 20. IP31

-.- .. BRADFORD OOtTNTr TKUDGKAra. !lTARXII:. BsLOKIttA P-\I1r. TgiR1r1R
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\Worth Thousand Japan'S Fishermen Use Cormorants-Birds \\Vith r.ln s tilt IS PI..KI.U i M>O applications; -

l News of Florida in Short Paragraph hould then be mide' at two weeks

Round Their Necks So They Can't Swallow, : Vic r:;: ntcr..il3.

Dollars ------'"'- --. j
To Me"I

a ll'"v<'l .-- Conitruc' nn rapidly

' a/AIANf.4' aecling! : oonpletlon on new service i

LIVE STATE NEWSTOLD 1 am nlxty-five years old, and CLAN oreesse ... station on Main street :

thanks to Tarpon Springs Florida Power i
Sargon I feel as well and : '
strong as I did years ago" stated jJ Corporation making extensive

Wm. Archanrtmult, 121 Columbia ''improvements to service In this :,
I
BY OUR EXCHANGES city.
Ballenger Construction Co. com- I

-- ---.-....- -- .. 1ttnrlaflnaThe pleted work of laying rock on state
-- ----- .. ------..... i,
.r "\. .. road No. 5-A between A. T. Fol- "
Florida Indus- more diversification of crops, is the and ( f
$ son place Mayo. ; ,
will before summer well arranged order of the day. '\''
\ ?
|,al School (, Tarpon Springs Canning factory ;

Le a handsome new school bulld- :. '\' .l of Tugwel\.&: Wiseman, Inc..
Danla-R. L. Jones, 4will. reopened.
L which will be modern In every president r' '
g of the Danla Chamber of Com- Wewahltchka -- Southern Pearl ;

frgarJ.j merce, and chairman of the feed Shell Co., plan construction of $73- >

committee announced that orders 000 button factory here In near fu- ,

j .Jacksonville-February export have been placed for one and one- turte. '

Lures by the United material States Cus-Intense half tons of spare ribs, 6.000 bun ii f 1 CO"'ORANTlJ WHI'" CATCH i/3N d 0 Bay Harbor -- Plans being considered \ '
fmg office, show a and 300 pies to be used to feed for establishing port at this
of rosin and
In shipments visitors who attend "Tomato Day" place. -It'

,ber while turpentine droppedft celebration on March 19. Plant City--Lee R. Miller Auc- J

?from the preceding month. tion, Inc., cloned office headquarters ':,

St. Pett'rsburg-Florlda ,cities at Lakeland and moved offices . \1\
J Quincy-Robert Cox five-year- have been invited by the committee -" IHIOIt... to this city. I

hi son of :Mr. and Mrs. C. O. Coxf In of the 0I .,, State highway
charge annual Festival ""' department recently '
f this city landed three black bass of state celebration to be completed work on alx-mlla '

Lighing 3 1-2 pounds each In held here t Y e bf stretch of state No. 10 ,
during the week of :Mar. >d !I highway ;.
ike Talquin last Thursday., Helied 23, to enter floats In the parade t6 I between Carrabelle and East Point.

worms for bait. take place Friday, March 27, when Plant City - Helms purchased ;1

all musical organizations In Florida Williams Department Store.

I Tampa- -The Clyde-Mallory liner will be coralled to participate in .' Orlando "Orlando loJornlnSentlnt'I' ;
\RCIIAI\I
"ULT
Igonqulln was ordered to Tampan the colorful event. and "Orlando Reporter-

March 19 to sail the next day street, Jacksonville, well-known Star." merged.

or New York with passengers and Plant City-Tourists from most real estate operator. "My health ...

irgo- -the first passenger ship outr of the 38 states of the Union mar- and strength had gone back on me t: <:: .
for New York in more
r Tampa veled at the
agricultural exhibitson
completely, so that finally I had '
fnan! a decade. display at the strawberty festival to }t /, ,.., .. . .. '0 . . ..".,..
give up my business In Cochoes, . , . .0. ." .......... ...".,_..
here. It was Tourist Day and N. Y., and come to Florida. Even .t. ; . ':' :, a ,.
MariannaThere are 378 girls ,. "
in an address to the visitors Commissioner that didn't help, until I started : '}
rolled In 18 Home Demonstration G. A. Carey told of how It ;
Sargon invigorated me from the .
.
II....,. 1 ,-'.- ,."
in Jackson county. Ev- \f -, "
clubs he "got sand in his shoes" 10 years start and I soon felt like a new f ." : J
|ry member Is carrying on three ago and from a tourist became "** :' :: .
a man. Sargon Pills ended as stub- V : ] ; '
,
[ of work. That means that > *'- v. .' ,
.
'hales Floridian. born -
a case of conHtlpatlon as a .. (ff rI
Inch girl is enrolled In Clothing man ever had. I wouldn't take $1,- I fU ..

(nd Health work. Tampa--A move to create a 000 for what Sargon has done for Fishermen In various lands u.. ail I narrowed throat. By this means Japan ia becoming more and ,more ft '

greater demand for food products me." sorts of method In their trade cue: nothing larger than a healthy sardine popular with winter travelers ana nile ';
Quincy- -The local tobacco experiment found only in Southeastern states Sold by Canova Pharmacy ever goes down the bird' throat. The I new steamers are constantly being,' .
the
probably most original) and Interesting -
4 station, one of the units including peanut fed and fattened fishermen go out la light boats ench built to accommodate them. One of '
Ex- 1* that of tlie fresh-water I manned team of two men. One the latest addition to the trnnsPaclflo ,
Jf, the Florida Agricultural pork, Is underway in a series of by a I ;
kierlmcnt Station, through its ex- radio broadcasts over WMBR\ ell it to a spectator to hold, It was fUherfolk of Japan. the Land of the handles the boat while the other .looks fleet I* the new ae.OOO-taii ; 1
aTampa Ruing Sun. Those after the diving bird.. A cormorant I Cnnndlan Puclflo hour Empr.M ot
learned! enterprising
ftnalvo expansion Is today. After the picturehad people
program rap-
each morning at 9:45: tender handles up to a dozen bird: oy Japan, the largest and fastest vetiei I .
julljr, developing into what might o'clock. Peanut pork and especially been snapped the admiral employ trained cormorant*:-queer, strings attached to the birds': nerk on the Paclfle. which makes Ui* run : el qfi.y

nore correctly be termed the West peanut hams, are a delicacy turned to put on his overcoat. The long-necked black: birds capable or precisely a* a marionette artist work from Vancouver via Honolulu (o>

(Florida Experiment Station. long known to Southerners and spectator and overcoat were gone.) diving to great depths-and they see. his. puppet Cormorant fishing Ie I Yokohama In 14 nays, thence rro-
western states. Neither has been seen since. that their feathered fishers are constantly usually done at night but na the Inn dueling to Kobe Nagaiiukl and l oilier

'TampaThe first carload of _. hunur; so that they will show dislike moonlight. dark night are Oriental port. The LmproM. of Japan .
proper zeal in seeking their prey To chosen and the fishermen work oy holds the clue rlobon of the Pacific
'1 (frozen-'orange juice to be shippedfrom Fort Myers-Two carloads of rt. Augustine--High praise was prevent the birds from swallowing the torchlight. The exact date of the recently wrested. from. bar rxmnuiB- 01.1G1d

here this season left late last ancient machinery collected by given to Florida by Arthur Scherer fish their necks are bound by: rings. origin of thIs) style of fishing is unknown mate the Empress of Canada. for the

r week for Chicago. There were 6- Henry Ford from the southwestern -, of Ontario, Canada who spoke .a that only the smallest specimens out It la believed to have existed fastest uniting time from Yokohumu to ji

1200 gallons In the car, and it was part of Florida for Installation before the St. Augustine notary can pas through, their artificially- a thousand years ago Vancouver. ft

hipped under a temperature 22 in his museum at Dearborn, were club. He said Florida Is the best :

,degrees below freezing. The juice enroute north by train tonight I state In the Union, and economic-

|was In five-gallon containers. Mr. Ford recently collected a num- ally in better shape than any of Bordeaux Spraying "

ber of sawmill engines and equip- Its sisters. The "speaker said he rIiA iOTALKS-l 1 Prevents Fig Rust -,

Gainesville- -Florida hog farmers ment in nearby terrtltory, in most had been in many towns throughout -

| can have from one to six grazing cases installing new machinery for Florida during the past sev- .....- .. ... -.-,-----.- ,.. -- ,--_._- Gainesville, -Fla.-.Now Is the <
crops growing every month in the parts and units he took. eral months and that always the
|the year, not only' protecting the word that had gone back to Canada My Homo Improvement gins to "tie" the house to the yard, time to prevent rust, one of the
most common diseases of the fig' ,
Jplga from worms ,but greatly low- Canal Point-Vegetable plant- In letters to his, friends and we placed l another near the pool,
(By Mrs. J. E. M lines. Lake But states Dr. O. V. Weber, atiBoclnte
ering the fattening costaccord- ings in the Lake ,section for Feb- the Canadian,newspaper was that ler.Fla.) for shade and background, and the plant pathologist of the Florida
ling to J. Lee Smith district extension Florida is recovering more rapidly -
,
ruary were approximately 7,18e Radio talk Mar. 4, 1931I third between the two window boxes Kxperlment Station. The disease Is PO"I
agent, who recently outlinedsome acres, which consisted of 3,993 than any other state. on the north windows. Around caused by a fungus and causes the

of the crops to plant. acres of beans, 1,087 acres of tomatoes want to tell you of my work these we planted vines of several leaven to fall about the time) the

---'- 143 acres of potatoes, 217 Zephyrhllls -- Melon and cucumber this past summer which has meantso varieties Including yellow Jasaa fruit ia full grown. Spraying for:

Martnnna- -This city will get the i'acres of lima; beans, 1,214 acres of growers In this section much to our homo and to me.I mine, woodvlne, wisteria, honey- the runt should begin when the I ,\

1 meeting of the Forestry Congress 'corn 320( acres of peas and miscel- were experiencing difficulty In get suckle, and morning glory. leaves to fall about the time the
I or Florida next month it ting satisfactory stands where took Edgar A. jGueats' saying:
was announced laneous plantings of other vege-I We net palms and several kindsof fruit la full Spraying for
"It takes a lot of living in a house grown.
I
The I seed was put into the ground several -
yesterday. meetingwilT tables of 212 acres. This estimate shrubs that are permanent, but the rust should begin when the \
bring : I II week The cool weather to make it home, as my motto, ,
a large number of peo- does not include the plantings of ggo. on account of the lateness of the leaves
ple to the of I followed! by the present wet and Mian earl Jordan, our home appear. H k
spell
city. The chamber some of the large individual farm- season, when we started, we filledIn Rust makes Its appearance on -
I commerce Is being congratulated Ing projects in this section. caused some young plants and seed demonstration agent as my guideand with annuals that have given its the leaves during the latter part of
on the efforts to rot but as this Is expected to launched my campaign to
success of Its In getting wonderful' blossoms during sum- the summer When Infestation be- 'tu'it11.
I the meeting"for this city. happen each spring in early plant- make the grounds around our e .
Jacksonville Down here In mer and fall. Around the pool we comes severe the leaves turn yellowish -
house attractive because I
Ing a second seeding Is now in more ,
-' Jacksonville, regardless of the planted caladiums for quick shade or brown and fall. The dlaeaae -
realized that the house lookson
Perry According to county weather, it isn't customary to takea progress. The government survey; way a during thehot weather may be recognized by numerous ValveinHeai]
the outside is indexto
I agent Robert Dennis there has picture of a noted visitor with the melon crop for Florida Indicates usually an I was forgetting to mention the small, raised reddish brown .
the inside .
never been a spring In Taylor coun- his overcoat on. Admrial Richard a total of 23,000, acres for appearance.I two-car garage built on south aide spots on the lower surface of the 1 I
had wanted to do
ty when the farmers are as far E. Byrd came to town Tuesday and this year compared with 34,000 always some- of the house with concrete run- leaf. These spots are covered witha
thing of the kind,)but Just couldn'twithout STRAIGHT
along with their work as this one. at the request of a news photo last spring. Vines have been up out ways leading from both doors to dark yellow powder. This powder
counselor for haveso
a we
More acreage more care in plantIng grapher he took off his coat before of the ground several weeks. much space on both sides, I did the streets. Just beyond the garage la the mature spores of the fungus E

more selection of good seed, 'having his picture made. He hand- and at the south aide of the house ready for denomination.
not know whereto Then
begin. EIGHT
Talaha "Iee--Leon started
county Is a natural aunken garden in that .i
It was formerly' thought
too, while) I was debating the sub-
it Gulf and followed suit
Liberty which aeveral varieties of trees are
this disease was of no great \economic -
Miss Virginia P. Moore of the
and now Walton county with an ,ject, growing.' In this we have placeda
Importance, but later investigations -
order from its county commlssionr 'I state home demonstration office swing and several bullt-ln-aeata. have shown that It affects ENGINE

I [ -:- Do You Know ? -:-J Jf" era closing the fresh waters to fish- spoke"Making before the our Home Woman's More Club Beauti-on We have great plans for beautifying the crop, of fruit. The disease usually -
for the
Ing 60 dnys during spring
I fuL" She also showed pictures this portion of our grounds, for appears on the leaves) about
bedding' season. Officials at thoffice < and after Miss Jordan says that it has won- tho time the fruit la nearly full
taken before
improve swift-
Exceptional new
and
of the fresh water fish derful possibilities.It In the trees
grown. severe cases
menta had been made in various
/ail..axaaU .; .- game department here believe homes. This also encouraged me. will take quite some time to are completely defoliated In two or ness, smoothness and

about eight counties in west Florida to complete our program of further threo week, usually In July or Au-
Jordan
Miss came see me one
will close fresh water fishing yard beautification, but It has been gust. power are added to
day on my invitation, and landscaped -
Gadsden, Wakulln/ Franklin and such a pleasure to watch the trans- Control measures consist of rakIng -
the grounds for me, making Duick's famous de
Jefferson, with perhaps Okaloosa, ,
formation and our yard has been and burning all fallen leaves

are expected to put up the bars, each diagram plant should showing be placed.Just where Then such a thing of beauty with all of and spraying with 4-4-50 Bordeaux pendabilirjr and long y''

although no official action has been Its blossoms and flowers, that we mixture. The first spray should be

t"ken: in either of these latter named In company with several ladles where we I feel quite Inspired to attempt applied as soon aa the new leave life by this new Valve- a
; visited a nearby nursery
counties so far as learned at the
greater things. This should be followed
stock for foundation plantings appear. in-Head Straight Eight y ;
game department. The record of my work and thla I with a spray every 10 days until
were purchased.The I
I - work story I am reading to you was. sent I the newly formed fruit la a half engine.
next morning was
Delray ,Beach Construction very to the state home demonstrationoffice Inch In diameter. Spraying should
i In earnest for, under MteaJordan's
begun
completed on new water system. Tallahassee, through my then be discontinued until the
: Chipley Bell Dry Goods Co., of supervision, we began the home demonstration agent. Great

Dothan, Ala., opened store In' buildIng planting. wall my auprlsa when I received no- I
r recently occupied by L. M. We had the native grasses plowed _ _ -A _._ _ _O\!\ $1025
tice that I had won first state prizeon
': the soil fertilized, and the
Strickland.St. up exterior beautification of the

Jigvcl Augustine Mrs. L. J. ground leveled ready for carpet home. Really, I believe) It was the Say it with Flower and up-f.o.b. Flint Mich. h
seed, but before planting,
Pierce Coffee House, lunchroom grass;
opened other Improvements to the groundswere greatest thrill I ever received. My .. .r ..... ._ ... .. ,..,. f t .
In new location at No. 172 husband. says when ha proposedshould Oe II.I9JI
Mghrl"Irp.l'erryih.ie.
: ? ; Bay street. made. have been my greatest Flowers For All ,.- III'k4 St..I,1II
discarded sidewalk
First: Out of
State highway Department to thrill, but I told him I was expect Eia:." .ill tt nmitiuifJ far.agl.sW .
start construction on new state: which had been broken into suit- ing that, this thrill came unexpect OccasionsCERTItUDE I 16.. _.., ,.....,...w1, '
between Moore Haven and able sizes we built a winding flag-
highway stone walk 39 feet long leading edly.An ...._ _ ..... ____ i
Okeechobee. iI
electric grill wall the prize I
froth the back porch to the fish
Winter Park Central Florida
given. On this we make the loveliest COnnEYANDERSON *

4' ,tl Erpoaltlon to open here February24th. pool.Building I toast, broil steak, cook bacon, REGISTER MOTOR,
the Huh pool! was a very
fparj .
f and other dlshea. I have
Creatview Cecil DuBolse moved Interesting part of the work. Even eggs trled.it out many for many friends and COMPANY ;
Fla
Phone 3D Waldo j
Dr. Malnea, husband, was enthusiastic -
iI Cafe from south aide of my
Acme
and superintended the they agree with me It la fine _ _._ ....-.0 ,f
depot to cement block buildingnear I want to express my appreciation --- IStarke Fla.
in Mica Jordan's absence.
Bowers Brothers HoteL building ,
to Miss Jordan for tier assistance I, i
Apalachlcola Plans being considered Back of the pool we built a cres- and cooperation In my effortsto
I ent-ahaped seat from the Bam COFFINS & CASKETSAnd
for construction of new
make the/grounds of my horn
LLWd1 broken up sidewalk material. Thla a Full Line of
school building.Madison more beautiful and also to the
Ragana & Ragana was the hardest task of all for Judges who considered my work the eight asBUICK
those broken pieces) of concretewouldn.t Undertaker Supplies
constructing concrete, driveway at I worthy of recognition. My family
garage and filling atatlon two fit together easily. This and I have found the results' a AUTOMOim-K llEAhtiNI: IF
seat la about 13 feet long, IS inches
Brit1! miles eaat of this place. I pleasure to us alL AI..p.. .. II.... ,... .... THAT Columbia the highway) between Blalne Wahlnj, and Douglas Tampa-Borden Milk Co. to establish high and 18 Inches wide, and we e -....... .. /M ,..*._t e rf*..-

100 Years 'la xtra rtdled by this Peace Arch which Co"m.moratuInternaUonal ; and 9100,000 frozen citrus Juice think It looks a. well as the pictures .._/.' .ft...... to ........* ;a
Canada? tranqulllty between the United States plant at Union Terminals in thla you see in the magazine Largo Rapid progress being ere.. ,
b t..... Salad' in the arc1! la a ataal box found on a slave ship plylnllCIO.ed Looking around for some other made on paving Evans avenue. :
film en- place. Rr.OIlITr.nln IDIIIOALWIRDEWITT
Africa
7 and the United State and a motion picture
I.. John way to Improve the appearance of Mayo Stock of Wlnburn Hardware
The arch Kostla Messrs. Murphyand
a ".. made from timber out cf "Th. Mayflower. builds 't-f
wax' 0 : the w. decided to build and Furniture Company'sstore C. JONES
8. P1d e Canadian: c Ct"1im*. and planted an elaborate flower garden on the Barbecue atand In 1500 block of :three) treUUe ODe we placed near being moved to new location TtHKK. .I.n A ffJ"

si e of iN arch. South Bay street. ,the back porch where the walk be- In Mayo Mercantile building. .( t


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: it;: 8 I( & PAGE FOUR BRADFORD COUNTY TKLEGRArn. FLORIDA FRIDAY ftt\ncii ,. J
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} 1 : ,. r were the guests of'his brother, Mr. bacco exhibited at-the- --Cep
.
R. V. Parmenter Sunday. I I FACTS I II Exposition at Philadelphia
FLORIDA
Ifr r JJ -:- Do You Know ? -:- Misses Leona and Berta Mae I f I Alligators have become so
,j"or 4JJtfl/A-j "i Ward and Ida Mae Johns attended ._ in Florida their destruction ICII

t.t \ B . the dance given at the home of Rex Beach, the author spent his hlbited by law in a number of It*
(
: : : L. C. Clemons Friday night. youth In Florida and again Is a ties in the state.'A o fe

A Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Green were resident of the state. fresh water spring WIUI
; visitors to Jacksonville Saturdayof The first Seminole Indian War enormous flow rises from
I BAPTIST< M. 8. TO MEET Dora Manning Patsy Brinson, Evelyn ; r ; n + # a', last week. had its Inception when a white man of the Atlantic about the,

r l lI Stump, Lorena Green Ruth s fw 'i fi.L/ ..,. t a
The business and program meetIng Rowe. Murla Weeks Bill Graham, n ,.ei Rt zr' attended the-dance at L. C. Clem- Seminole chieftain, at White States Coast and .Geodetic *

F + of the Baptist W. M. S. will beheld Harry Tyson, Ben Sternberg, r onr.' Friday night. Springs, In what Is now Hamilton has been seeking its exact loZ a
J 'U at the Baptist church Monday Ralph Cox. Ernest Hewitt, Richard ; Mr. Andrew Rhoden of Hampton county, shot and killed one of Os- for several years.A .

l afternoon, at 3:30: o'clock. Circle Long, Eldredge Robinson and He has returned home ,after ceola's children. large part of South
f t No. 1 will have charge of the pro- Paul Moore.MARRIAGE. several with his FIOH!
? > upending days Only one soldier escaped to tell was once a part of the bottom
a I gram. father, W. C. Rhoden of Hell the story when Indians ambushed the sea-the teeth of sharks

; e AND ENGAGEMENT bronn. Major jDade and his command of found in phosphate mines t
'' B. II. 8. CLEE CLUBS In II
+ Misses Lorene and Pauline Green toterlor.
IN ONE FAMILY I three officers and 103 men near
t, r > CONCERT ANNOUNCEDOf were the guests of Miss Thelma Bushnell In December 1835. The Bay county has large dep,

i a Rhoden Sunday.Mr. battlefield has been restored to the of red and yellow ochre. $
si'VI i I4 f- A l Urge and appreciative aud- double interest to friends of .-:J. C. Jones was a visitor to appearance it bore at that time and Florida's first constitutional
,
1'J 41 ience enjoyed the by'the delightful Bradford concert the family Is tbe announcement of Starke Friday of last week. is now.a state park. \ vention was held in the old a
/t rendered Miss :Merle Misses Mildred and Mertle Nor- St. city
the marriage of George Joe, which disappeared
of the
County High School Glee Clubs as- Dr. John Gorrle, Inventor tie
; and William Campbell Friday, and man of Woodlawn were attendingthe years ago.
t sited Jack Long, violin, Mrs. process for manufacturing ice by
by
S the of Miss Leslie I gall Sunday afternoon.Mr. The
engagement game Confederacy
F. H. Long accompanist and Mrs. artificial methods, and General E. during the C
Reed which Is and Mrs. Robinson of: U'<
George and James II Clyde War obtained
Mabel Wall, director 'at the high Kirby Smith, a Confederate officer a large pom'of !
y made by the parents of the young I Brooker were visiting his father, its supplies of salt from
school auditorium, Friday evening. are Florida's two representatives i a pit
women, Mr. and Mrs. L T. George,, Mr. F. B. Robinson here Sunday. on St. Andrews Bay,
ie The girls' senior glee club of in the Hall of Fame in the near win,
2999 S. W. Twenty-first street. Mrs. H. H. Parmenter has returned Panama City now stands
Bradford County High School will capitol at Washington. Fedn
The wedding of Miss Merle home after spending sev- Naval forces
.
attend the Fifth Annual High The tarpon, recognized by ang- destroyed it with
1, P George and Mr. Campbell took eral days with her daughter Ollie< loss to the
School Music Festival at Tampa, lers as the gamest of all fish, appears Confederacy of apim
place at the rectory of St. Patrick'schurch Petty of Gulf Hammock.The Imately $3,000,000.Virtually .
p Friday and Saturday; :April 17th, off the coast In full force
at Miami Beach with Rev. ball game played betweenthe
all of
ri1; and 18th. The offering taken. at I during the month of June. the comnmniti
I William Barry officiating. He'.lbronn,boys and the state In Florida known
the concert will go to defray the The world's speed record for as "Fort" m.
The engagement of Miss Leslie road boys Sunday, was 16-2 in favor as Fort Myers: Fort '
expense of.this trip. II motor cars slightly more than 200 Drum pc,,
9 {, George and Mr. Reed was announced ,.of Heilbronn. Pierce etc.,, derive their
la ; miles an hour, was made at Daytona na
Sunday .at a dinner given by from the fact that
METHODIST MISSIONARY they
p Beach last year, were an! :
Mr. and Mrs. George at their home.
posts during the
Seminole
i SOCIETY MEETS The highest speed ever attainedby War
ih
t -Miami Herald. a steam locomotive was recorded 1835. These posts were one da-,
i The marriage of Miss Leslie LAWTEfB
march .
t The Woman's Missionary Society by a Plant System special train apart.Pensacola
and Mr. Reed will be in ... ..
George .
B C.
/ met in the church Monday III.) H. .r. between Savannah and Jacksonville '- is the largest ship
afternoon for business and pro- Gesu Catholic Church Miami J In'March 1901. The train ran of red snapper in the world, w

gram meeting. The president Mrs.. March 28. Miss Patsy Lee Roberts spent the five miles In two and one half minutes leis from the port traveling ash:

; 'd T. J. Griffin, presided and Mrs. This this makes in the less'than third marriageIn a ,, THAT one ef the most picturesque figure In northern Canada was a week-end in Starke with her cousin a speed of 120 miles an hour. as the coast of .Mexico for !the
X11 White was secretary. family year Henry Franklin (Twelve root) Dav'r'' : His character Miss Jacqueline Andrews. Tampa's cigar factories during catches.
IJ Plana were discussed for attendIng I!Miss Winona George having married l I'e but told 'In the epitaph on the monument,over his grave on e hlg E. 'E. Burney and G. B. Teaton 1027 produced 470,378,308 cigars, The porpoise Is an animal], not I

the zone meeting to be held in Raymond Blagottl In June,, hill Northern' overlooking the confluence of the Peace and Smoky River i* made a business trip to Jacksonville an Increase of 22,831,000 over 1029. fish. It has warm blood; lungst
Alberta. It
March 27th. 1930. read: "Here Ices Twelve Foot- Davis whoa. stead of gills and must
Macclenny on Friday, Florida two varietiesof come to tb
cabin produces
are door was never 'locked he Tuesday.
The of these : was a friend to
parents girls every man. Twelve
Mrs. T. J.,. Griffin and Mrs. W. E: surface to. breathe.
Fool earned visited her rock and
his Miss Edwards phosphate pebble.
when Mary
well known here, Starke being I sobriquet he staked th* 'last twelve feet on a
; ,; t Middleton were elected delegates their former home. Mrs. Seek 'In the Klondike gold ruh"eio' panned from It a fortune which cousin, Miss Lois Adkins in Starke Rock phosphate Is mined with pick Palatka at, one time was !a II
''s+ q R to the annual state convention to George lie Spent helping' Indian and plo..**r. 'In the far'north-welt. the past week. an and shovel while pebble phosphateIs southernmost railroad terminal.h
before her Amanda .
to be held in Ft. Myers on March 31 m\rrla&'e was mined the state and Florida's most
1 Mt. and Mrs. G. W. Roberta ac- by the hydraulic process. pa
Gardiner. ., ,
'
t8 3rd I. ular, winter
to Mrs. Halle elect- resort.
r April was companied her mother, Mrs. Ta- Prince ArchlUe Mural,, sent to
If ed alternate.H: :".' ,*. (!>.. tum to Green Cove Springs Sunday Florida by Lafayette to.assume ,ne: first commercial airplanservice
Mrs. Preacott. 'gave) the first MRS. B. S. CARROLL where she left for l OeLand. charge of the property given the in the United States on rq

chapter of the Mission study book, ENTERTAINS W. F. Moore w qu transacting Revolutionary hero by the state of Ular schedule was established between >-

i "The Turn Toward- Peace." Mrs. B. S.-Carroll entertained business in Jacksonville Tuesday.The Florida, rests In a cemetery in Tallahassee St. Petesburg; and Tampa,
berries to .' -
are beginning -
members of the Sew and So Club
INTERMEDIATE O. A's. MEET Tuesday evening at her home on 'L zC +. N'C r TLL><'i fiu"'a! yt''A#rai come In now and the farmers are General Andrew Jackson never Plant City--Grady Tootle sa

Walnut street. smiling once more. Here's hopingwe went further in Florida than the Larry O. Dormany opened gamp

} The Intermediate G. A.'s met at The living room, where the 'ne.2 aw have a prosperous season.- Suwannee river at Oldtown. and 'service station on East Reynolds
the home of Mrs. W. J. Epperson Mrs. E. W. Hayes and childrenof Florida has two National For- street.
v guests spent a pleasant evening
Monday afternoon at 3:30: o'clock. sewing and playing bridge, was Starke, were visiting Mrs. ,W. C. ests, one in the northwestern partof Marianna Service Grocer;

Miss Melba 'Silcox, president, prettily decorated with sweet peas VVooten last Friday. the state principally in Oka- Company moved to quarters formerly -
J led the devotional with a scripture and roses. Alfonzo Griffis returned home loins: county, and the other in Cen- occupied by Atlantic and ft

reading followed by sentence prayer. The following guests enjoyed a Saturday night after an extended tral Florida, largely lying in Marion clfic Tea Company In Lime Fro\

At the close of the business salad course: Mrs. T. T. Long, Mrs. trip In foreign waters. county. ucts building.
session with Miss Martha Brownlee D. P. Carpenter, Mrs. H. C. Ritch, Mrs. R. R. Thede and daughter, Columbia county won the blue St. Petersburg-Annual Industrial

I acting secretary, a program was Mrs. H. .... Chamberlin, Miss Ethel Guilda Marie were shopping in ribbon for the best bright leaf to, show held.
i' rendered as follows: Jacksonville Wednesday.
i Griffin Miss Min Gruber, Miss
.' Talk on Home Mission Board- Mrs. A. M. Blanchard was calledto .
--
Miss Florence -
Mlddleton ----
F -
Madge -- - ---
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; t Miss Lucille Edwards. Matthews, Miss Eunice Perkins Jacksonville Tuesday on account -
; Reading-Miss Melba Silcox. of the illness of her daughter -
4 and Miss Betty Chamberlin:
Vocal duet.- Miss Martha ,- Mrs. J. B. Dye. 7

li 1 ley.Brownlee and Miss Sunshine Hund-. GOLDEN-WEDDING DAY Mr.Starke Sam Tuesday.Cheathem was a visitorto BETTY BOYD PLAYERSAt

t I Benjamin's Great Decision tY (Composed for Mr and Mrs. t Mr. and Mrs. V. R. Reddish had

Miss Pauline Priest. :Joseph Bolt of Keystone Heights, as their guests Sunday their chil-

a, Piano Bolo-i-Mlsa Eunice Canova. on the occasion of their (00th wedding dren, Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Reddishof the-
%4I Delicious home made cake and anniversary.) Jacksonville; and Mr. and Mrs.J. .

t punch was enjoyed by the following G. Godwin of Raiford.

} i who were present* : Miss Paul In 1880, that's the date, tIflllU The many friends of G. A. An- Woman's Club Starke
.' ine Priest, Miss Fannie Silcox, Just fifty years today, derson sympathize with him in the
,
Miss Martha Brownlee. Miss Alice Since Jo took Agnes for his wife, loss 'of his father which occurredlast

:: Silcox, Miss Sunshine Hundley, TO' live,with him alway. Friday in Starke.
i 8 Miss Melba Sllcox.. Miss Mary ---_ .

;I Brownlee, Miss Lucille- Edwards, Chorus] Qtarke-Work under way on new MONDAY MARCH 23rdA

Miss Eunice Canova' and Miss Kitty This la golden.wedding day stave mill.FLORIDA. ,

,, Hogsed. Their' golden wedding day.
We hearty greeting give to them, '- ,, 4 PLAY: THAT WILL APPEAL TO ALl-
DINNER BRIDGE PARTY; On their golden day. -0 I
wedding : -
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se Ihlps plying tile $t. Lawrnc River Filled With Comedy Pathos and Love
fiyl 'f.-the Quebeo
/'A dinner bridge party was given So they' have traveled side by side THAT appr : .
;l Tuesday evening by Mr. J. CL.Rob- an optical illusion produce a feeling that th*. irfatt will strike N ,
/ life's
Along devious ways; '' '
the bridge The photograph above-taken from the R.GM.'S. Nelson
Lady -
51 Inson honoring Mrs. Robinson;who No[ storm baa ever conquered them chow the eurlou optical elf;;;; created. Actujlfl-'tI'I.st.f' the THEATRE Doors -7 :30 o'clock
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celebrated her at this open
birthday Curtain at
There highest ,
were many sunny days. chip would pat com twenty feet under the tfrUg GAINESVILLE FLA.
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delicious course dinner, was for there was always one to guide, 1 Mary Alvarez and Messrs. Frank for church day. Let's everyone Prices
t l served'at the Magnolia Cafe. The The Saviour kind and dear, I Norman, Paul Townsend and Jack come tha can and help with the -- -- -- -- : Aults. 50; School Children, 25cGreen's

4 guests found their places at a Who blessed them greatly all thru Ward of Wateroak, were visiting in work. Pro. Week March 20th I

y): prettily appointed table, which was life.Ptemoved, our section Sunday afternoon. I -.S ,
y tastefully decorated for the occasion all doubt and fear. Sunday school was organized ----------- -'- -

{) T with sweet peas and fern, ,here Sunday night and will meet I TODAY, =

1 by means of place cards In spring Come we, their friends from all I each Sunday afternoon at 3:30: Heilbronn SpringsMI. ''' 1 __,_ ,_ ., _, ,
4 design. around o'clock. Everyone Is urged to be Pearl lW..r... Cor. Joe E. Brown, Winnie
;q ,yy, After dinner the guests were entertained To give them honor here present than can. LightnerIn

: h S+ at bridge at the home God grant them joy and happiness. Don't forget the union meetingat Mr. and Mrs. Littleton,,Kite of
,'3 of Mr.and Mrs. Robinson. Green 'Thru passing the Baptist church Sunday,
every year. Jacksonville, were visiting :Mr. and 'SIT Dairy Publishes
and whit mints were served In e Mar. 28. Everyone 'come. There Mrs. M. Rhoden Sunday. TIGHT"Added
Individual cups of St. Patrick design will be dinner on the grounds. After Mrs. Mae Kite of Jacksonville, Is Laurel Jt: Hardy comedy
P during the games. Following lunch the Wateroak B. Y. P. U. visiting friends and "BE BIG"SATURDAY
relatives of
'
1 L several progressions prizes Were l NEW RIVER will render a very interesting pro- Heilbronn this week. i PRICE of THEIR DAIRY PRODUCT
,F ,
,M awarded Mrs. W. M. Walnwrlght gram. There will be signs posted, Messrs.
ti'' V t; and Mr. II. C. ,Wall for holding I, M'." Knot ...... Cor. BO the church will be easily found. bill and Newn Jeff ana Burney Rodman of Starke Under,

,A K r ? high scores. The guests presented I There will be a working given at were visitors to Gainesville Sun "The Rip}.' of {Way"With : One Grade of Milk-One Price to All
,ill Mrs. Robinson with a seti! of cocktail Rev. L. G. Hemingway filled his New River church Saturday af-, .

a 4 forks asa_ memento of the regular appointment at the Bap- ternoon at one o'clock for the pur- day.Mr.. and Mrs. Berry Parmenterand I

k day.Those tist church here Sunday. A large pose of cl aninup up the grounds son, Percy, of Jacksonville. Conrad Nagel, Loretta Since January 1st our prices' f&'.milk have been
Invited were: Mr. and Mrs. crowd was present.
Young 12
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per quart or 7'cents
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O.. L. Beaaley. Mr and Mrs. R. F. Messrs. Norman Wiggins and .: I A picture of the Great North- per pint and present
Demorest Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Hassle were business visitors in west prices of dairy feeds will not permit any further

Knight, !or. and Mrs. H. C. Wall,, Starke Saturday afternoon. I reduction. We are maintaining these prices re-
t :Mr., and Mrs. W M. Wainwright,I Among those who were visiting'in I
gardless
1 Judge and Mrs. A. Z. Adklns and Lake Butler Saturday afternoon a JUST ARRIVED : Monday & Tuesday of rumors that we are cutting prices to

Senator and Mrs. E. M. Johns. were: Mr. and Mra. J. L. Johns and I some customers--ona price to all. This statement

4 daughter. Essie, Messrs. M. J.. Q I II I "Parlor, Bedroom andBath" is given to the public to settle reports that I ant
BASKETBALL BANQUET W and E. A. Sapp, S. Crews', and '
r.. r, LaMar Butler. A Special Horse and Mute'Feed at a offering milk cheaper than the prices quoted above.
Tuesday evening; at the Wom Mr. and Mrs Lawrence Wigginsand I With
t; an's Club building, the members of baby of Clayno were mating Special Price I Buster Kcaton Cliff

the B. |I. S. basketball teams en- Mr. and Mrs M. F. Wiggins Sun- i Edwards
t',4 r Joyed a'four, course chicken dinner. day afternoon. It's Made to Fit a Big Mouth and a I Reginald L D GREEN I

% The banquet hall was attractively Among those who attended Small Piece of Moneyl Denny ,
r decorated with St. Patrick day colors churcb here Sunday from other Added Mickey McGuIre Com-

;pt of green and white, a profus- places werr, !oil'. and Mrs. Jim II edy-Cartoon and ;Yews '. -. ..... ..... .. ... ...-+
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;9 ion of dog-wood blossoms being Poppell *:i d Miss Ruby Mae Pop- Come In and See It! I'II --
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used. pell of Starke; Sirs. W. H. Greene .-'<' WEDNESDAYVohn r

-Talks,, and speeches were made and ritildren Mr. Russell Greene !r j
by Toastmistress Estell Davis, aol Miss Ozrn Greene. Misses I -
I Coach Lovell Capt. Adkins Manse 7'Iorene and Stella Mae Ward and Bradford County Farmers I GilbertGentleman's

,,ger Tompkins, also the rest of the Alma Falrcloth all of Drooker. } Ar I ; In i BATTERY SERVICEAt
( :Mr. and Mrs. I. Fate"With
a, a'' > quad. W. Plnholster -.
"4 1 ij'l Miss Patsy.Brinson was elected were visiting Mr. and Mrs. M. F. Supply Company 1 LEILA HYA.MS I
captain for next year, and Miss Wiggins Sunday afternoon. :
t Daisy Tompkins was elected mana Measra. Fred Hallalop and Fate
(4' gel The girls team presented Brown of Corinth attended church Starke Fla. Coming Thur. & Fri. I Smith's Service Station
q ,Coach Davis with a beautiful van- here Sunday night. I
"One
ity. Miss Frances Hemingway wa4 ,,Heavenly Night"With
I"t Those attending the banquet the dinner guest of Miss Esaie The Store with the Checkerboard Sign I Authorized Willard Dealer

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: uiW' f'' Hazel Adkins, Dairy Tompkins, Misses Louise BATTERIES IN TOCK,.
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tY, 5LIRCII 'g, :rCi COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARVE FLORIDA TART FIVE

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Mrs. S. M. Qroswell and Mrs GOVERNOR TAKES $1,212,000 annually. Last year Mount DoraNumber of Improvements -
John McLaughlin returned to their GROWERS SEEK there were 1,300 new patients, he made at Mount Dora
Bits7 1 home In St. Matthews S. C., Mon- CRITICS TO TASK said., and 200 old patient returned. Yacht. Club.Jacksonvill0.

day after a visit here with Mrs. C. IN JAX ADDRESS Bide opened for

G. Bryant.. BETTER.RATES "Many persons will be surprisedto road work in Lafayette and St.

Declares Mlalendlng .Information learn that the cost of my office, Johns counties
Mrs. O. J. Griffin Mrs. H. C.Rltch Being Spread About State's the state. cabinet and allied offices Plant City-State Road No. 17

weal 14evCQ Mrs. R. J. Davis and daughters Finance is less than $249,000 per year between. this city and Polk countyline
Miss Ethel Griffin and Miss, Florida Vegetable Shipper NotSntinned all of which, except $1,100 Is col- to be rebuilt

Min Cruber spent Friday afternoonIn With Proposed Schedule Declaring that uniformed per- lected In fees and commissions Tarpon Springs Better Bread
Recommended Interstate
Concerning Our People, Business and Gainesville Commerce CommlxHlon.to sons "had spread damaging misinformation without a burden upon the taxpayer I Shoppe opened by J. B. Elvln.
about Florida and Its No member of the cabinet Delray Beach Appropriation
Progress of the County and Town. Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Dew and children financial affairs," Governor Doyle gets a salary as high as numerous 'of $3,500 approved for installation ; "

left Thursday for Atlanta. Ga. Tallahassee, March 12.-Florida E. Carlton in an address made In county officials." 'of 3,839 ft. of six-Inch water main '
51 and vegetable shippers are not satisfied
Birmingham. Ala. Mrs. Dew .
rSTRAII'IIERRI'
Jacksonville before the and several fire
rt5---; 5252i2525'S25252' : 252525z5cMr and children will visit relative-sin with the proposed rates recom- Tuesday hydrants ,,1
.
Klwanls club took critics of his ad- Hialeah -- Number of Improvements -
\VEATIIER RECORD O. W. Alderman and Mr. S. Atlanta while Mr. Dew goes to mended to the Interstate commerce '
ministration to task. The state's and changes made at Fay- 3
P. Vandivlere motored to Jackson- Birmingham.Mrs. commission by Henry B. Armes, at- SHIPMENTS
chief executive said that It was his mus Fay's Store on 21 North MIami '
implied by Starke branch, U. ville Friday afternoon.. torneyexaminer, following extended intention to correct these statements INCREASING avenue.

Lrestry Department. O. L. Haynes, Mr. C. Q. hearings on movement of Plant City- Hllaboro\ Shoe Re-

cck ending March 19, 1931. Mr., A, A. Futch and son Leslie, Bryant, Mrs., S. M.' Croswell and vegetables from Florida to North- "Complaints are being broadcast Six' : Thousand Quarts. (Jo Out I)urk pair establishment moved to 105
eastern markets
of Leesburg were recent guests of Mrs. John McLaughlin motored to ," said the governor "that the ingl'nst \\' ' -Prlrra 20 to 2fte South Palmer street i
pate Max. Mln. Precip. Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Alderman.Mrs. St. Augustine Thursday and spent At least that is the opinion of state Is in an orgy of extravagance, Jacksonville -- Bids opened on'

.13 66 44 the day. officials of the state railroad commission upending more than $42,000,000 annually From a few crates weekly dur- three street draining projects esti-

78' 48 Mrs. L. A. Reynolds of Louis- the state department of ing the pnst month the strawberry mated to coat about $15,000 ('
.14 Mr. and Mrs. W F.Barefoot and agriculture and F. D. Harrison, Jr.,
.15 74 54 burg N. C., is the guest of her "The truth is that the state government movement from the local platform Miami Beach Harry J. Tryon ; ,
daughter Marie and Eunice Miss rate and traffic who madean
.04 expert last disbursed about to 192 crates
46 year Jumped or 6,144
16 78 mother Mrs. E. E. Johns. opened general fruit store at 705
80 37 I __ Katherine Mann and Miss Evelyn analysis of the report. They $29,000,000 of which $9.000.000 quarts during the week ending Fifth street.Melbourne.
17 Middleton of Sanderson, were predicted that Florida shippers will
represented for which the freezers
Wednesday.
41 money Only eight
59
New $67,000 ",
18 Mrs. A. Adktns and Miss Ha- -- bridge
guests of Mr. and Mrs. P. M. Bare protest to the commission h fore
66 40 rtnte was merely disbursing agent were shipped the balance of the under construction.
.19 ,zel Adkins In Jack-
spent Thursday.
for week .04 in. foot Sunday. the rates are made permanent. for special funds and for counties. movement going by open express.,
,tal rainfall sonville.Mr. .. Key West-$10,015 building permits
Rate Not Uen ral "Money which the state disbursed Prices during the week ranged I issued during two weeks.

1,1, and Mrs. A.,S,. Crews were Mr. and Mrs. R. J.. Davis and Harrison said.the ,examiner's report merely as agent for the from $3,CO to $8 per crate the Palm Beach Florida Power &0:
tors In Jacksonville) :Friday. and Mrs. J. A. Saul, Miss Miss Ethel Griffin motored to showed"some reductions but federal govenment amounted to poorer quality of fruit cutting the Light Company received 30-year
I Mln Gruber and Mr. Broward Lov- Gainesville Sunday afternoon. Mrs. not enough and non all cases. He $992,000. I am speaking in round price from $8 to $8.50. franchise in this city,
ell spent_ Sunday in Tampa. Davis with Miss Griffin as accom- said Fiorids'shippere were not put I number. The money was for With a continuation of the present -
Friday
fcra. T. T.; Long spent an equal basis with in .
on shippers
panist broadcast several delightful highways and school purposes. warm weather the berry move-
in Lake City. i
| Saturday Mrs. W. A. Colley and daughter, vocal selections over :WRUF. I lower South Carolina Georgia and I "Another $1,500,000 whlcn the ment will keep climbing with car-

Miss Lois Colley returned Sunday southern,Alabama. i state Is credited by misinformed lot movements likely by last of this tj11Tu\ >
Jol. and Mrs. A., S. Crews spentIday from Amsterdam, Ga. Dr. B. S. Carroll, who was recently The proposed rates are for shipments persons with spending was for the week or first of next. Buyer report f e :

in Fernandina. elected secretary and treas- originating east and south Everglades drainage district.' This quality of berries steadily Im- :; mORMS11'1EDVP

I Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Wainwright urer of the Northeast District of the' Apalachicola river in Flor- money was collected In the district proving with the assurance of a ,
Iol. H. V. Knight attended court i and Mrs. N. D. Wainwright were Dental Society was in Jacksonville ida and take In>all of the state ex- and wall spent there. There was ready'market at top prices when

' artow Saturday. I visitors, in Jacksonville Thursday. Thursday afternoon and called on cept northwest Florida proper. no obligation on any other partof good fruit la started north.
Dr. C. P. Cleveland who turned The recent report as analyzedby the state. .
llr. and Mrs. S. S. Dowling andIghter I Louis Kahr and Mrs. B. Ed- over the books and finances of the Harrison, divided vegetables In- More than $5,000,000> represented Bids opened for construction of

Kettle' spent Sunday In 'wards spent Sunday at Earlton society to him. to three main groups with a per amounts collected by the stateas State Road No. 28 from San Ma-

iksonvllle.CoL Beach. centage of first class rate assigned agent for the counties and returned teo to Dunnell.
I Mrs. S. E. Brownlee, who spent to each group>' to the counties for public Ocala-State to spend approxi- c
A. S. Crews and Col. D. E. Mr. and Mrs. R. P. Osteen of i the week-end in Gainesville with Beans, escarole, lettuce, okra school purposes. mately $10.000,000 for new highways -

light were business., visitors In Brooker, were shopping in Starke her granddaughter Miss Annie parsley, 'peas, romaine and spinach ,"Many,expenses which ordinarily bridges road maintenanceand
Icclenny Tuesday Wednesday. Long, during the absence of Miss were given a rating of 60 per should be borne by the countiesfall departmental operating ex-

-' Long's parent; Judge and Mrs., cent of first. class with a car load upon the state. These Include penaes during 1931.

Ifrs. F. Haywood Savannah, Mrs W. B. Mundy of Palm A. V. Long, In! Panama City?I returned minimum, weight of 16,000 pounds. some judges, court reporters, grand Hialeah-Mr. Fay opened Econ

f|Is visiting, _her. .son. Mr.' Frahkywood. Beach, is visiting her parents, Mr. yesterday to Starke.' Judge Anise ca>Tota'wtth tops green juries, witness fees and other Inci- omy Bargain Store- at 26'.North
and Mrs.' J.,B. Sapp. Long has been presiding over corn peppers1 and tomatoes were dentals amounting to about $T50-) 'Miami avenue.
court proceedings in Panama City listed at 00 per cent of first class 000 annually. Clermont Western Electric
rs J. L. Simmons'and Mrs. T. Mr. T. N. Limbaugh of Lakeland during the past week-Gainesville rate with a car' load minimum "Other minor expenses which 1 I sound equipment Installed\ In Reliance -

Kendrick 'spent Tuesday In I was the guest of Mr. and .Dally Sun, Tuesday. weight' of 21,000 pounds., shall not' .take time to mention Theatre. \ Your BUJinm

enand.r Mrs.' H. L. Brownlee Thursday.Mrs. Beets with tops, celery', cucum bring us below $20,000,000 actually Tallahassee Bids opened for

bers, eggplant squash and Swiss expended by the state government highway work in Putnam Gulf -
and Mrs. T. N. Kendrick and J. B. Godboldt of Jackson chard were listed at 45 per cent of Nearly $10,000,000 of this Levy and Flagler counties.

9. J. L. Simmons spent Sunday ville spent Friday with her sister BROOKER first class with a car load. mini- amount Is for bonds and Is paid Jacksonville-,-Marshall Spencer 666 i

I Lake City. Mrs. S. S. Dowling. mum weight. for by gasoline and license taxes. received $1,830 contract for crush
MI. Prurl r.ninrr. Coe.The Cabbage was placed at 40 per "The highways of our state are ed stone on elate road No. 23. 3
Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Epperson visI Mr.,and Mrs. Boyd Holloway and cent of first class rate with a yielding today a return of about Jacksonville Florida Portland' LIQUID Oil TABLETS
II I Mr. A. H. Johns in Lake City Mr. and Mrs. McKeever spent 4-H club boys held their minimum weight of 24,000 pounds. five per cent on $300,000,000 by Cement Company received $2,18. Cure Cold, Headache. Fever

nday Wednesday in Jacksonville. regular meeting at the Brooker Potatoes were put at 30 per cent way of gasoline and license fees.A contract fir CC..icnt ca Bate- road (If 6 6 HALVE
school house Saturday afternoon
-- of first class with a minimum good portion Is paid by the trav- No. 23. CURES BABY'S COLD
JMr! and Mrs. Dale Vanslckel and of March 14th with most of the boys _ .. __ ;a
Mr. and Mrs. M. H. Lang weight of 34,000 pounds. elins: public from other states. --- ---- m '
fa, W. J. Epperson spent Wed- Jacksonville spent Sunday with I present. Also the county agent Increase on Celery Stating that other money goes STEAM PKKSaiNli COMPANY ;
day in Jacksonville. her parents Mr and Mrs. L. V. Mr. Dyer and his wife. Mrs. Dyer, Harrison said the effect' of theexamlner's for upkeep of state Institutions, "I
were both present. Mr. Dyer is SUITS CLEANED: PRESSED AND RESHAPEDJ.
Moore. recommendations will tho governor said the hoHpital for
Col. J. L. Frazee spent WednesIn very busy this week visiting the Increase the per car charge on the insanse costs approximately Frank Thonian-Phone 52SPECIALS
and their parents, and distributing -
Tallahassee attending to Mr. H. A. Dew and mother vis- boys celery from SanfojM.to New York
meal .'. :, ited Mr; H. P.:-Dew"'of'Charleston.S. the seed among the boys. $30 a car and from' Palmetto to vv_
Albert
Ozzle Rhoden and
r Messrs.
C., at the Veterans' Hospitalin New York $27.50 a car. On beans
ra. T J. Griffin and Mrs T. B. Lake City Monday. Moody of Lake Butler were visit- he said there would be a reductionIn

isle spent the day in Jackson- ing here Sunday. I the per car charge ranging from MAR. 20 & 21PILLSBURY'S
J. J. and Clar-
lie Mrs. Morgan son i
Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Brownleeand $11.60 from Pompano to $15.20
with her ,
ence, spent last Friday
Mary Brownlee, were guests of from Center Hill. .
jDr. S. P. Vandivlere Augusta, Capt. and Mrs. J..S. BUtch at the mother, Mrs. Barbara Dukes of He also claimed' there would bea

L, spent the week-end in Starketh state farm Sunday.Mrs. Five Mile. reduction on tomatoes this being
relatives::;- Mr. and Mrs. C. S. LairdofKingsley $2.35: from Homestead and CAKE FLOUR 29c
Lake, were visiting -
'
Harris and daughter of Ocala. There would be a reductionon
a friends here Tuesday. .. cucumbers_ from Center. Hill,
while Richmond with Va.Mrs., are Harris'spending mother' Mr. Ellis Clemons was a busi ranging from $21 to $40 accordingto Women say It has helped them make the finest cakes they ever baked.
NA Starke last Satur- .
visitor to '
ness -- -
WORD the basis used, Potatoes from
f
Mrs. 0., A. Mitchell. New Atlantic
Lux Pink
day.Elder Hastings and', 'Ja.JJ. from East Camay, Octagon Fancy
E. M. Anderson filled his
W. S. Stroman and Mr. H. Palatka but a 29.82 reduction
Mrs.
COLUMN werguests regular appointment at Union from Fort Myers,'it*'Bald., MATCHES
; H. Stroman of Tallahassee church last Saturday: and Sunday.Mr. .. Toilet Soap SALMON
S. S. Down
and Mrs.
of Mr.
and Mrs. Gene Cbamblaln ANNOUNCES BIRTH OF SON
.OR RENT -.., Z; stores. Call, st. ing for the week-end. of Jacksonville spent last Saturday 4 packages 25c

I See J. W. Morgan, agent 2-20-tf night here with her. parents; Mr.: Cards ,, bayabeSn.;received! by SBars25c
I Mrs. S. "Hamrlck returned and Mrs. W. Crews. Starke friends) ," ol,M : ..izdMrs.,1' t Regular We 2for25c'

OR SALE-:..Good. boat. Chas. Monday ,from Sebring where' she S. Crews announcing,.the arrivalof -_. . . : ..
? Mrs. Nelle -- - -- - -- - -- -- -
I Swenson, Melrose, Fla. visited her daughter, Tampa-A. IX Lawson received a son on MlU1Cb'10th.. He has :
ItJ Rampley. $78,000 contract for constructionof been given the name of William

OR SALE-Household furniture i addition to present Chapman. Spencer. MAXWELL HOUSE COFFEE
land Dr. H.' B. McLendon of the state .
farm tools. J. R. Knight high school. i. i ,
half mile east of Starke. 3-13-2t. farm, visited friends in Starke Winter Park Bids called for Canal Point-Bank of Canal ... .GOOD TO TilE LAST DROP
Monday while enroute to Marianna construction of Knowles Chapel. Point may be reopened.r .

OR RENT-2 story 6 room, bath, where ire will be for several weeks.

I lights well located. Reasonable PounJCan - - 3Qc: 3 pound can - --89c
and Mrs.' C.: C. Shepard of
I rent. J. W. Morgan, 2-20-tf. 'Mr.

OR HIM SALE-Auto- or radio B battery- Mrs.Hilllard C. were A. Knight guests Monday of Mr and and I r-- Do You Know? -:- j jr I -


I I charger Steam Pressing for less Co.than, Starke.half price.2t. Tuesday.Mrs. Van Camp's Milk, 2 Large cans 15cPure

L. Wy-
Mrs.
T. J. Alderman,

ST.-Gold Gruen wrist watch, man. Mrs. J. H. Rltch, Mrs. Hamil- ..,. Cane No. 2 CanTOMATOES Kent GradeSUGAR
H. L.: Chamber-
Mrs. .
with inltlas "T. W. B." Rewardfor ton Ritch and ,
lln motored to Gainesville Friday. "."*".".
return to Stump's Store, '
| Starke. lt. 1 jl';, -, Salt Bacon
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Mrs. P. M. Barefoot and daugh- uvot;,
OR Juanita and Sarah, will spend d' (*
SALE-Limited: number baby ters.
chicks, Rhode Island White Leg- this week-end In Tampa with relatives 10 pounds 50c deans---- Pound 15cOne
bortm $12.50> per 100., Also eggs ..... - - - -

for Betting, 75c) for 15, W. M. Ed- "?" ,",
wards. S. E. Brownlee returned
: 2-27-tf. Mrs.
home Monday after spending Pound Can


ROW Contract BULBS-Free for crop at supervision.fixed price. while daughter In, Mrs.Gainesville A. V. Long.State's with. her CRISCO 2 cans and Mixing Ro\vJ---AUfar- 42c

Mrs. R. W. GRIFFIN, Lane St., ,
and Mrs. H. V.
Pahtka Florida, supervisor for Attorney .
Pierce Bulb Co., 1809 E. Marks Knight are spending this weekendin
St Orlando, Fla. ? 364t. Lakeland guests of Mr. and Mrs. Suds Rose It randMacaroni Ruse Brand
Larson. Super
CR Chas. _____
SALE-(0 acres of land on -
road l 13, between Starke and CoL D. E. Knight Wednesday.attended courtin He Regular ioc Spaghetti

Lawtey. $1250) half cash, long Jacksonville
tlm, on balance. New house, was accompanied by Mrs. Knight
Improved the guest of Mrs. J. C. 3for f 25c 3 Boxes 14c 3 Boxes 14c
of- was
fice. land. Inquire this wile - - - - - -

It. Stribling.Mrs. ________

R SALE Annie Wood and Mrs. W. '
-Three city lots, corker Sunday from Firm, Large .
of 10th and Cherry street B. Parks returned
store with small stock of goods. Tampa where they attended the
of
living rooms back of store. Sev- state executive board meeting IRISH POTATOESIOpounds,27c

en room house,'a very.good 10- the republican party.Mr. .

cltlnn. JoIn Marla Thornton. 3WE .. _.. .n __ .. .__
2C-4t 0.W. Aldernwn went to Tal- .t
Tuesday to attend the

HAVE Musical recital given by his daughter -
near Starke a beauti- F
ful piano and duet bench almost Miss Mona Alderman at the ICSThI2L

Dew and partly paid .for. We F. s.,w. C.MnI. _

"':lilt a responsible party to take left Saturdayfor I Bon.v.ntur. Island 0"{ the coast of Oatpe. Qu,. !Is the breed. ;r
up this T. Shiver
W. THAT
piano and !lend us re- Jennings after ground for tend of thousand of *.s bird Each .umm.rgulls. '
r in "Wh"' r* Satisfaction In Certainty"Fancy
'lInlng home a
)' payment $8, monthly. her Starke with gannets and cormorant flock to this rugged *mln, .rie* In the
In
or complete information write spending a month V. sea In such number tl".t, a* shown In the picture. Its rocks become
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NEWS SECTION It is not only from the point of I Money Or Experience I L
Ij.! ;; FAfiM II Weekly from Home Demonstra Ion Specialists, II
r ON NEW BERRY view of cutting the family food i -- ,.
bills, however, that the vegetable I (By Spuds Johnson)

I \ Jil J Jr garden deserves a place on every CHILDREN'S CLOTHES used, the length Shaw be(
{r:,. I '. \ Conducted By farm. So much has been 'said and The editor of a well-known ined by the measurement dell!

;i I 1\ L. T. DYER, County Agent Plant City MijHlchin Finds It Superior written about vitamins during the Southern farm paper recently Simple DesignsThe child's thigh 5 Inche, above of,

J' to C Missionary quoted a statement by a businessman simplest designs are beat for knee. The blouse .
tJti MISS 1'EARL JORDAN, Home Demonstration Agent last few years that practically ev- > the
t tr eryone knows they are essential to which might well be taken to children's clothes because they are legs should; be In th.

', ----.---- -- --- Plant City, March IS.: -Field experiments good health. Fresh, green vege- heart by farmers everywhere. "It In keeping: with the natural simplicity in the length. Romper, width
with the Blakemore va- rule said this business man, shOllJd
tables are among the best sourcesof is my which Is 'characteristic of generously long between
the,
age has been reported, but many riety of strawberry carried on near "to make piece of work or
f I these Invaluable vitamins, but every children. Elaborate designs and der and crotch and wide
Florida sections suffered from the heavy this by Dr. B. H. Sanchez overa transaction mein' bet
Growing city business
S,' 1 entirely too frequently the farmer every pay trimmings seem too weighty for a the. legs to assure freedo ,
'rains and the high, cold winds. have
period of more than a year busy with his money crops, one of two ways. Either it is child. Over-dressed children will points receiving strum
shipments have been Bury
Strawberry
advan-
shown several outstanding feels that he has no time to bother a success and pays me somethingIn be likely to become conscious of crotch seams, plackets,
running about 30 per cent lighter tages of 'this variety over the Missionary else It is and (
Sections Hit By March 10. with a garden even though his dollars and cents; or a their clothes,even snobbish. et tops, should be staYed
last
than through
year commonly used In this I and in
failure pays me something double stitched"
are practical for
wife and the older children may Simple designs
,1 Heavy rains late last week did section, the local physician states. be
to
iy y of It knowledge and experience the mother to make as well as Not only the
to the berries easily be able to take care I appropriate children of ,'
considerable ,
Rain And Frost damage Starting with nursery plants more once it is ploughed used in the future. I make every for the child 'to wear. age, but their older! brother.I'01tJ
but to Just what extent will be determined than a Dr. Sanchez carried either In ,
' year ago experience put something to make to launder sisters should
by the weather this week, his with the The result is that In many in- I They are easy have clothing
which was unfavorable during the on experiments with stances the farm diet is too much 'my pocket or in my head. and to keep In order. One-piece permits them to move about t

new variety along Missionary restricted to meat, potatoes and i That's a mighty fine rule. Shortly dresses with kimono sleeves are ly. It should not restrict
I first few days. In the Plant City I under the conditions. on
4 Miami Fla., March 13.--Unfavorable area it .was feared that the rain plants In name his he bread. Green vegetables, one of after reading it, I heard a radio especially good for comfort in them in any way.INTERSTATE .
j weather conditions I summing up findings medicines talk by a Marlon County 4-H club I' In launder .
n.6 prevailed would spell the last of the straw- I has declared that: the experiments nature's best preventive I wearing, ease making -

: in most south Florida,vege- berry deal, but many patches came under the conditions effective in his have little place on the menu. The I boy, Jack Platt, -which remindedme ing, and getting on and off. Cloth- POTATO AGE!

table sections last week, and practically through with little damage and 'I work showed'the Blakemore to be various deficiency diseases have, a of that business man's state Ing that is easy to get and to fas- CONCLUDES FLORIDA V[

a : no locality escaped without shipments the early part of the more productive of plants by a chance to creep In, breaking: down ment. Jack told about how he :ten will help children to learn to --

some damage. Rains early last week were heavier than expected.The I health and stamina. Investigatorshave started In the poultry business, describing -'dress themselves. Garments open- Hastings, Fla- -A. E Me
ratio of :& to 1, more free! from diseases -
t week damaged the tomatoes northof Starke-Lawtey section will I with found, that a large proportionof his first -year's experi- ing in the!, front are an aid to self- representing: the Interstate EIJ
produces a larger berry
here probably 25: to 35: per cent, soon be ready for shipments and It smaller percentage of culls, excels I ill health in rural districts Is ences. Then he said, "This first dressing. Potato Committee, has just

and shippers are now expecting a Is predicted that if weather conditions in perfection of bloom and setting I traceable to the absence of a well year was Just' a year of experiencefor Romper Rules eluded a stay of several days' ]

ti i loss of about 75: per cent of the are favorable that there will of berries. It withstands excessive,I balanced diet. No diet can be called me." Lealfet No. 11 of the Bureauof Florida in which conferences J

acreage on the lower west coast I be more berries this year from rainfall better, planted early In I well balanced that lacks an He went on to tell how he enter- Home Economics, IT. S. Depart- Interest of, better distribute]

j 1 around, Everglades. However, :a considerably lighter acreage September be depended uponto abundance of fresh, green vege- ed several birds in his county fair, ment of Agriculture, gives the following early shipments were held e,|
may
a there was little damage from rain tables.A and how his birds were disqualified romper rules: '! otton fabrics and
+ than there were last year from one make a bush with foliage enoughto growers marketing offlri!
:
; In the Homestead area. of the largest acreages ever planted protect fruit from frost without vegetable garden planted this on account of feathers on,.the that will stand frequent washIng The Interstate Early Potato I C
The rain was followed by winds in this section. Prices were mulching 'appears to come' into spring will return ample dividendsIn legs. "I watched,the Judge, talked and ironing are best for romp- mlttee functions in behalf of bet

f 1 and then by light frosts In the holding firm for berries. Satur- production about a week earlier health and In helping to make with him, and learned a lot .about era. Children over-3 years should distribution of the Virginia Miri

G9f Lake Okeechobee section and scat- day's prices being approximately18c than Missionary, never softens the farm family self-sufficing-able I selecting and showing birds. have garments with a front open- land, North Ca'rollna. South i Cat

.. $ tered localities along east coast. a pint. from washing at packing shed and to weather any economic storm. I "During my second year I was Ing to, make self-dressing easier. Una, and. Florida crop.
i from frost was heaviest I careful not to make of the'mistakes Collars
Damage any are unnecessary on romp- ---C- -
Celery continued one of the will stand a miss of picking with-
in the section between Canal Point Field Crop Studies. I made the first year. At ers. Raglan sleeves or Kimono Dade City Opening senk
most profitable vegetable deals In out showing appreciable loss due
and Bella Glade where the bean the end of that year I made eight sleeves with a seam on the shoulder to'be held for reopening of i Cr
; the state this year. Shipmentswere to softening or over-ripeness. The Being InauguratedAt
V .crop was reported to be damaged entries In the county'fair and won permit the greatest amount of cent Theatre.
Ytl running over 1,000 cars be- new variety Is said to be a heavier
25 per,cent. The frost did not extend Quincy Station eight prizes: ." Jack told also'' how freedom. There should be plentyof LakeVorth - City to Is
hind those of last year. Final ship producer of berries and of bette.
: generally over the east coast he increased his profits from yearto fullness over the chest. The new supply' in near future
ments may be 1,500 to 1,800 cars flavor than the Missionary.The .
rl sections; and there was practically less than last year. The acreage berry grown in Hillsborough Quincy, Fla.--Tests with cotton, : year, and closed with this sen- legs should be straight or should wells 'of Southeastern Ice & i

:{ {no frost damage outside of the sugar cane, pasture grasses, Cro-, sible statement: have loose bands. If the bands are Storage Company.
shows decrease does the declared is
a as county, Dr. Sanchez ,, a
\ + Lake area. talarla, and other field crops are "I have learned that fairs helpto <<
yield, but quality continues good. :Jistinct conic and, not so inclinedto .. .
t '. week the 0---- -----------_
Th ,high, winds during the Bean shipments were lighter flatness as the Missionary, hav- being inaugurated at :Tobacco encourage boys,, and girls, and
: t twisted some of the tomato plants Experiment Station: here, follow- are educational, but they' can't be
than for the corresponding time ing practically no hollow center.
; +ya considerably, but the most serious ing the recent'transfer of two cot. depended on for profits:. If we Plants of
'r last year. Several weeks ago It Up to and including March 10 of Strawberry Quality
damage was in the acreage of ton investigators frpm the main club folks want to be good 'poul-
was expected bean shipments this year the ratio of productionIn
'beans around'Pompano and Canal would Experiment Station at Gainesville trymen we must study the cOm-
this
be running heavy by comparison with the Missionary
r Point. As result. of the wind, The tobacco studies as conductedfor mercial side of the business, for
time but the backward season and 9.25 to Dr. Sanchez
was 5.23
many 'of the beans shipped duringthe the last nine years, are being this is whence cometh the profits. In our 31 years as plant growers this Is the shortcut
generally unfavorable weather found In his He has
last; few have retarded the growth of the recommended that I
tryout
rather''ordinary quality growers Cotton variety and fertilize should not be considered more than normal over the entire country. Quality of plants,
bean until it appears that the new variety on a suggested 23
j The rains which fell during the crop studies, previously carried on at the experience we get, and the the best ever-we are'now nuking'shipments into your
shipments may not be heavy for cent scale to determine their
8 per
early part of last week were parr Gainesville, will be conducted here money we earn by making our Income section.
several weeks. Rains, cold winds future in connection with
ticularly heavy on the lower west course In the future. The adaption of different better than expense" Missionary 1060 to COOO, $3.50 per thousand; 10,.
dam-
and frosts did considerable
coast where .water stood on some this variety. species of Crotalarla to this 000 or over'$3.23. 'See our agents and place* order. Our
age to the beans In the Evergladesand i
'v y of the tomato fields around Everglades part of the state is'being studied catalog Is free for the asking

for several days. Shippers the lower east coast. PLANT HOME GARDEN'. also. Plantings are being made in NUTRITIONIST REAPPOINTED. Agents: Brownteo Bros., A. J. Thomas, Ray Newsom,
winds week
rains and
estimated the total Ions In that section Heavy a an effort to determine the best pas- I and G. W. Roberts, Lawtey, Fla. See them and place order

'( : at about 75 per fent. The ago wiped out a large part of the Recently W. R. Beattie, senior ture grass mixtures for. this area. Tallahassee, la.-Mr. Eva R. early to make sure of wonts. We will hold yuor order.
and
tomato In Collier county
crop former extension nutritionist
Culley, -
rz acreage was variously estimated at sections and horticulturist of the Bureau of The hewer varieties of ,sugar-
other south Florida
with state home demonstration
2,600 to 3,000 acres before the rain. Plant Industry, United States De- cane such as the POJ, CO, and CP
seriously damaged the crop in department, began 'work at the A. BAUER
The damage north of Miami was partment of Agriculture, In a nationally groups, are being planted to determine J.
Dade county. The southern FlorIda same position March 1, The .posi ,
k ?' not so heavy. Shippers estimated broadcast radio talk on their value as 'syrup producers
early crop was originally esti- tion was'left vacant due to a recent The Strawberry Plant Man Judsonln Ark. Box 21
i that the tomato crop between here mated at 1,110,000 bushels. Ship the farm 'garden, stated that In in this area. They will be
: and
'', t and Ft. Lauderdale has been damaged ments of tomatoes were reduced every economic crisis through observed for resistance or susceptibility will fill resignation it MrsCulley 'oJ ______ ... _.___.__._
b from 25 to 35: per cent. However which the agriculture of any sec- to mosaic and rootknot, temporarily.
{ last week to 95 cars.
4 ; the final loss in that section The unfavorable weather so far tion of the country has passed the two troubles which have beset ordinary .- -
1 will the weather the remainder varieties of cane in -- -
on
depend home garden and other sources of sugar -
known this time caused
as is at no -I'
.
y,. of the growing season as damage to the potato sections. The home food, supply have saved! the recent years.A I '
'there several field that might introduction garden is
are plant
is looking fine and the standIs
crop day.When
i 'yet be lost If there la much rain'cr' With the boirweevil struck the being established for the testing of
better than average. no
'during the next few weeks. The setbacks is thought that some of cotton growing sections, Mr.Beat- new forage 'and pasture materials Strawberry Growers.

:acreage in the area between hereto the earliest planters in Federal! tie poinetd out. one of the first from all parts of the world.

Ft. Lauderdale was recently taken to .
start
land steps was a cam-
Point district will start digging .
,estimated at> 3,000 acres paign for vegetable gardens, poul
about| the last week in this monthor I I II ,
of here in the Homesteadarea "
South try, Pigs and cows on'every farmso
the first week In April. Ship- I WRUF FARM PROGRAM I II .
+ [ the damage was rather light. this that the land would at least pro- ;
later
ment will start slightly "The Volqa of
;'the rainfall around Homestead was vide of livelihood.- FloridUo"I
I year than laat.Watermelons. a means Things I I Take Notice
1 ;pouch, lighter and there was praoXfJcally have been damaged haven't changed much and the

y, no flooding of the field. In some sections by the wet and same principles apply today. The Gainesville, Fla.-Included in the
from that area last farmer however hard times Hour
dy /Shipments cold weather, but generally the may Florida Farm programs from
\week were only slightly retarded prospects for' the watermelon sea- be for him., who plants and cultivates state radio" station WRUF next ,

the rain. his own garden has a formof week are many talks' that should
iby last
favorable than
t 4A' ,The frost last week did little son year are The more acreage for this year Insurance against privation that prove helpful to Florida farmers. Reduce Your Culls.and Soft Berries - Extend YourShipping :

(damage outside of the Canal Point- has been decreased from 34,000 to Is denied the city worker. In this Three programs will begin at 12!

,nelle 'Glada area where a loss of 28,000 acres... respect he Is far better off than the noon, eastern standard' time, each ,

,1 around 25 per cent of the bean thousands of unemployed In the day. The p"gran'l' '/announced'by] ,

acreage was reported. Cold winds I cities, many of whom left the farm the Florida Agricultural .Exten-. Season

Q also did some damage, but their effects COOL WEATHER DAMAGES at the time of industrial prosperityand sion Service, follows: : .
l .11
: will be shown in reduced LOUISIANA STRAWBERRIES are now looking wistfully back Sat., Mar. 21-Florida Farm

yields rather than In any actual LOSS ESTIMATES VARIED at the land. News and Hints U. S. Farm Science i

loss of acreage. "If everybody engaged In farming Snapshots.

w On the east coast there was Hammond, mLa March 13.Cool ," Mr. Seattle said in his ad- Mon., Mar. 23-The Value of SI- Loss from culls and soft berries can greatly be reduced by

s ; d 'practically no frost damage although weather visited the strawberry sec dress, "will produce plenty of lage and.,Forage Crops to Florida
4 there was some damage tion all last week and the early fruits".vegetables; milk and butter, Dairymen .- Hamiln L. Brown. Se- applying extra potash as a top-dressing.: I If your fertilizer

,i,''r from the cold winds In the Pompano part of this week, bringing several poultry and eggs, home grown and lecting and Handling the Young contained only 5 per cent potash you should add from J 150
r area. High winds also did some frosts. The worst was Tuesday cured pork, also fresh meats ,to Dairy Bull-t-Farm Reporter.

damage to young beans but the morning of this week when the some extent, they can at least havea Tuea., Mar. 24 ..- Thrips on Onions to 200 Ibs. sulfate of potash ; and if your fertilizer'contain-

lw Z principal losses were of beans that temperature was. said 'to be downto good living at home and that'Ie Tomatoes, and Strawberries. ed 8 per cent potash I 100 Ibs. sulfate of should be

b 't were about ready for shipment. 32 degrees. more than a lot .of people, who are and Other Strawberry InsectsJ.R. potash

p Little damage to peppers in the Opinions about the damage vary out of employment have today. Watson. Farm Question Box. added.

ty Pompano area was reported. widely even at the same shipping 'But,' says the pessimist 'that will Wed, Mar. 25-Early Citrus

As a result of the unfavorable points and it appears that some only increase the difficulty and reduce History In Western Asla-.Prof. E.' Light colored, irregular shaped berries show the of

!' i weather, shipments of peppers and fields suffered much more than oth- the market for foods that are L. Lord.., ,Building Homes the Binds lack

I tomatoes were much lighter than ers In accordance with the location, grown in a large way for ,sale.' Like-Neighbor Thompson. I sufficient potash. In considering value to your berries,

e during the preceding week, but the age of the plants and other Perhaps, provided the farmer has Thurs. Mar. 26-./The Produc-, potash is chea use more of it and
remained at the with which to the receive better returns
shipments of beans conditions. Unquestionably a money buy ductlon ot'Peanuts In Florida- .W.,

practically the same volume. Including I large number of open blooms were food, but suppose he dOs not have E. Stokes. Thai Man and the Farm from your crop.

boat and express shipments killed, but where two or three were the money what then As a mat Farm"Reporter.

,t about 78 cars of beans were killed on a plant, eight or ten new ter of fact, it Is good business and Fri., Mar. 27-Cover crops for' Potash will help'your to withstand
shipped from the state last week, blooms came right out again. economy' to produce most of the Pecan Groves--G. H. Blackmon. A crop warm weather

the same number 'as during the Some berries also were reported living for the farm family and the Spring Livestock Clean-up Campaign and scalding rains. Last year there would not have beenas

,i ( week preceding. Most beans were killed In various fields. It Is Impossible bird help right on the farm. -Farm Reporter. much damage from rains if

;; +dt shipped from the Pompano area although to check up on the actual In all parts of the country there The weather forecast will be giv- sufficient potash had been I

s probably one-third of the damage but an estimate of 25: per are farsighted agricultural leaders en at 12:19: and market reports used. Chances are that Florida will enjoy a longer shipping I

p f total movement came from around, cent damage appears as good as who are In agreement with Mr. from the State Marketing Bureau season due to the fact that
I Louisiana's
Lake Okeechobee. any While many estimates are Beattie In preaching the advan- at 11 a:. m., and 1245; 'p. m. each crop has been dam

''t Shipments of tomatoes last week higher others contend this first tages of making the farm as much day. aged by the recent cold.

amounted to about 100 cars or 40 bloom is seldom harvested and the aa possible a> self-sufficing unit; -- ,

lass than during the preceding situation la the same as In past not only in these times of agricul- FETTER HORSE.BREEDING Take ,'
advantage of this I
week, and less than half the movement years. In other words they mini- tural and general! economic depres- extended shipping season by using

of the first week in March mize the damage and say the crop slcjn, but as a permanent agricultural Gainesville, Fla.-Maj. ThomasJ. extra potash. It will make your plants last longer and

last season when 220 cars were will only be set back somewhat and policy. In South Carolina Johnson officer in charge of berries

hipped from the state. Moat shipment that there will be a lull in the shipments Virginia. Arkansas and other army remount horse breeding work your will- reach market in better condition. POT

last week came from the about April 1 with the main states state-wide campaigns to for the eastern United States, has ASH PAYS '

'' I Homestead area. movement starting after April 5. bring ,about the planting of farm Just concluded a short stay' In ,: i

;,. The movement of peppers last The weather warmed up Wednesday gardens are being actively pushed.In Florida in the Interest of .better iI I

+ week amounted to less than 40 and if it continues the first these campaigns: the agricultural horse breeding. Beginning her be Be sure not to run the risk of using nitrogen alone better ",

cars or not quite half the move- car is expected out Saturday Mar. colleges and the state's home made a tour that took him practically results

ment of the preceding week when 21. although I. c. 1 shipments may demonstration agents are taking a over the state. It Is likely can be obtained by adding at least 100 pounds potash to 100 pounds

9O cars were shipped. Shipments start earlier. Plants are still in leading part. that some unusually fine blooded of your nitrogen material.Agricultural Ii

of peppers this season have been fine shape and putting out an A well planted and cared for stallions will be placed In the stateas

1 running about three times as aboundance of bloom and fruit, half-acre !garden will produce a result of this visit. .

+ heavy as last year despite the un- with indications of !good large sized more.vt'getablea than, the av- i!:

* favorable weather'of the last few berries. erage family can eat, during the A piece of dried orange peel In

1i'- days.. period when the crops are matur- the tea canister gives an unusual and Scientific
-' Jacksonville City councU to ing. Carrots. late cabbage beets, flavor to the most familiar brandof Bureau ;;:

1 Jacksonville, Fla.. March 13. award contract for construction of onions", parsnips potatoes and. tea.

+ Weather conditions have greatly 10,000 worth of water main extensions. turnips can be grown and stored N. V. POTASH EXPORT MY. INC. !
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retarded the production of truck for visa during the winter, thus cut- The farmer who plans to produce :

'crops and caused considerable curtailment State Highway Department ocm- ting the winter food bills. Ona! all the feed crops possible this season P. O. Box 13 i :

In shipments during the pleted widening of Lake City road acre of garden wa worth as muchas won't be worrying so much Gainesville; Fla.

s z last week. Little actual frost darns from Baldwin to> Pasadena. 65'acres of cotton on a farm In about hard times.


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sweeping reform of governmental CWTM'Y! 5U1'ERI't'ICVIIMV'I"eMO Hv amountTo ....11(.! 9.i( 4" ".>
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machinery by abolition and con. ..I. ,t 4U 'l
March SO( 1931 Taxation UllfHTV NlllDOl, I'M .M'< )>- t 'uslr 1'.11.
Group
idiition of boards and officers led 1'n imJ. duct *",'h. I IMy "'1 nrt

t / Speak the Good WordHeaviness the parade of tax relief measures\ Flrnflforil, roiltlty, foi. 'II" month utDe ,' nmiMint. oullevtttl' I noT ,
a in the heart ,",'mi"' 'r. inaft Tu l.l. dna r.b. 88 7 (I llfHy
o( man niaketh it
advocated: in the final report Friday (......... aclHMrt Vuitil '.'ot,,' !>ub.SrlT ... -)trgah.r;
\! stoop; but a good word maketh It Submit ReportAt of the Florida legislative finance OviKlrnd< Poo. 1. )INO 107414 <. ""I. JtlB 'eh. %, 1"1 J..,. ,ant"
t tq is a Tamp veto my feet,anndiLight nnlo my path. Pialm 119:105.: glai'--Proverbs 12:25.: /1 and taxation! committee i.. I nro.Mi>tH dining month 1'>.7BI a.:) lv! amt inllflctixl ._w... 1'1 9 .,.
Wnn.inlH', during month 14,.199.17 "r<> bat due "'.11. 21 .. I I..n. ", .
gel, Prayer-Oivo ua to be able O session In Miami. Sac .I i.in I, mil KI6 3NHal. .h.llr",1 0....ed : '

roe, 1Ar f 9r lt l AU creed religious]if tcacht/iR[We doctrine or I God, to speak the kindly word to Miami! Meet The report urged retention: of Itfrrmuar>>I.t., 1\19aO;... 1 1'< '.. bat Htllvlltlt' \dun CollCft reb. i miV ,-. ",- 9."" ":
they are to t 3 O.Sl:
claim the
ltd 1'yalty and devotion of the people must be in harmony any with broken hearted and the diaoouraged -' !the one mill school tax:> in the ad H.,i ?|p," (Mirlnx month 40.54Wnrartla To l>.il. ,illid K..h. 3D ., ,

loll| uf J us the Christ whowe words fit into soul. valorem levy and pointed to a , cliiilnit month Vc, bat A rloattueal I ,
>le i i > irt- and of whom It was said In John 7:46: "NEVER MAN What did Jesus say about the Abolition of State Ail Valorem revenue of .$ t,5M,900 from this N.. a I Uy limn Itl. colluuld r .".
Ttl'iS MAN." woman who anointed Oru. Ti\ huh Kub :24 , ,
bet his bead with latter source In 1929.: draft pre; 1. 1110 ._ 'I" E
Tax On heal },etas.Oft.red An 18tf.Sn /dew's .'..,..)1 e'nn.l
>n. SERMON ETTK he-wen." And then Jesus declared precious ointment ? Answer, read One' of Ueosrellee[ t'ollor-"I.. ProposedTo I pri'ottiir' l ellmohth. ," __' S8.S8, I'I hat ale !',1Jo. 1 ', ,1. '
Sued -Matt. 26:6-13.: !_1. JMII I I. .. ..._. __, 45114. !/ ntnquntiftewd lru.UfH.'ltlld. .. va I 'J.. ,
balance this amount the tl 900911 or" hal ell.. '''eb..t
"So I is be that layette up treas- ..l NIIio, aNta.ICI' in
ad |II''ed Bread of. Life :March: 21, last Abolition of the atat ad valoremtax pe&fttor and representative, on )' )e.1 I. t\lO\ w ..,.in,....* Brl'o .Li tt and ...-

.1' us said: t am the ure for hlmnelfj and is not rich toward on real} estate, e t abl1&hment the committee recommended th* 'Rbest..slitp yttet a during .utuetl 1'000111'' -.. .,,,,-J.1'' "t' bal. duAnVount.. !i.'1. ;., I'" ',,utvu. d d.TI

1 God Jesua did not con- Have All Good-The young lions of state Inccm" )00"i tnhwltanc following administrative, economies lw Jdlb 14 1t,5.. ,..1951 ., .. r.. i inal . 1.1. : 1
' i that[ cometh to me do lack 1.11.. 4 CI"et: 9 v. 'I-' t : : !
Poit'MM; demn wealth nor the honest gettingof and suffer hunger: but taxe" lavl.a M Intn.nbJ.\ v.oapt- : 1 u _ " dmU. ., 1n71t to t 1.. I I 1.

,ell t 'leer,, ; and be thirst that, ) riches If used or kept for good they that 'seek the Lord hall not tal stock and: p(Wc) :.UUtfe and Abolition of the office' of state (Ih-.I/.l..ql'. ( J. _' . ntl, -A" "Rlencia" Ald.n! n",_. '. 1.' ,
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''Dg iao shall never want any good .tbing.---Pi .bn 34i-: -..., ................ .' tax equalizer. Waruruls I_ -' --- on.rY1TCSl ----
' IV I say unto you purposes. The use of time, physical 10 1A\\. .Iu", mttrI"I .... GAhll ;;( +
1"RI18B"Ja.u! Consolidation of the sadshell eflalnn.
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orw ,...non me hath ever- or mental strength entirely for Prayer Thou, O God, art the -.......-- fish commissions and the forestry ..r \ 1090.! 311d.! In I'IJ" of 'I'I1I"Y ,ins', .'.

ono'H own gratification, and neglecting \, Source of every good gift. Services suadrtiy, 1 ..ch M, M board under on* head. I tt! ,rv-III," """, "'"' 4 I.II! .nty.QII"State,. of 11'1.., ,
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r un thc !living broad l li the needs of all others is "WWat did! Judos, do with the money follows, : Abolition of the board of pub- Hal. J.j.I . / fv.AGH.'l'4: .. u4. Ooport ,,,l. 5 1

from heaven; if sinful, though the person so acting which he 10( 1m.. Sunday "mol J. M. 1.1; 'n: .TNab : u nnfru, Inft-tl i .
\GEVI received for l ,
betraying lie welfare. 1 J'c'' rr,"bee J. 19' \J . q 00 live| and .all p.r u.nu it.
thin: bread, he shall Is poor' In this world's g-ooda. In his Lord, and what was the end of Truby aupt. diminution of six and perhaps rlvHptu ,ilmlng, month. ... . U1.T3 IhwTiriB.aiMve"' tutnlot) 1'lt'ta'a; I S Ir
(i.'id' the bread that verses 22-40 Jesus taught "The Judas 11 ( Warrants durtntr month . ( .
I ; Answer, rend-Matt. 27-: a m. Morntnp v irshlp, ser seven of the state's Judicial eirjeultll. Hul Jkit. I, 19S1 ._ .-, ._ 00.79 A eel'iltl n hjiH noon fn',. .1 i '
J!"-: flesh, which I will life is more that meat and the 3::5. mon by paator. A l Ie.U. t r of greeting t 111.'. No. H npii,1 i tmsnt or an iidmim,: : n ", ., '

li of the world.d body is more than raiment. from the general eu-mril of OviM-dv, ..ft 1Je, nn, leSt Eu| our I Addition of another justice to n"l'IIIt14 during monthVnrnkRiH .. W1""' Nuns interentA are, hunMM' .9't tituttear d 9,
Mnrch
me, O Thou Seek ye the kingdom of God, and 2l: 1931 church to every Presbytariant> will i the state court, and \ during monthOvuiliaft ... '.00 ho(ore me on M.. 09u I .
supreme
till T want no more.Gamaliel's all these things shall be added unto be read at tills ei frvlce, It la \Ilitlou RbO-1 dunlin month. .. TBd I.1 r ."I..h II...y :1:1: < F
lay II * I Kingdom is Within Neither of the board of ... "'' 'tat,", nal l \ 101'''. ." lip'\. '
3logtlog advice to you give alms? gay up for shall they Lo here! lo hoped that tell I our members will ers of the court.Keductlon ttal n"'" "nI",'; 1 1I'"ioO ._ >.HA .mi.> unless" a sultybie l PI-""MIprpfciMKMi .''',
Answer, read-.Acts yourselves treasures in heaven' for say or tbo present to hear th!,* letter from l ItNPI: | IN| iluvltlK 1 mntlth Kl.ltlU.1.1 'liy litw ovoi tin* rv't 9'.t.
there) for behold I of travelingof I : ;: :: :
the kingdom of expenses Warrants duiInK mmithKill <.t.! wllall' upply for the app i.y i.. ,,
where your treasure Is, there will the head of our denom.;nation. Jim., I I. 1991 . ,.
(1( I, God is within you..-.-Luke 17:21.: 1 state officers and employes at rriiHuti i.f Such prrC.r,' i iinputnt I. I 1 w ,
heart be also ." i Ul... Ma. IODal. ,
your And the 0:30: : Christian Endeavor. the I'ntlttuiiar mr h
Bino :prayer"Thy Kingdom come, O I{ p. m. an estimated' saving of $300,000, ) a lhlt'.mber I L,. IS3i .: ... 17S."" : Utalil I person an iijniimof ; ;:." ii'' b
CMi lesson continues "Peter said unto Lord wide-circling as the sun.. j Topic "Important Idt.ia In John year. "" ,'h.11I|| ihirlme, manthWuirant .. __'. 41.43 said ...1..,.. and will IHHUI |I.< t- ,
I him, Lord, speaketh thou this parable { 3:16.: I 1I"'lnlomo" >..th r .>r ailmliileii-wtliui' I lluroonVltnMim .
r bet SUNDAY SCHOOL What la the Hebrew benediction Elimination of the citrus canker Jun. 1. IIMI _ J5.1.T6 \ niy tutud awl tli' ,ii
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9l LESSON unto us, or even' to all? As to ? Answer, read--Num. 6:23: 7:30 p. m. Evening: worship, song: and 'soil survey appropriations. 11",1 1)1.1. .Vi< >. II 'Mm .I'fohiitu ronrt: of lli.nl,: ; i"I| r.:,uiI ;
I performing one's duties in this life and sermon. Lt.., Notion L IDfI! 11.10 I Iy, I h'liirlila, title 4th day. ,nt Manii"
i Cat I Jesus 26., Kllmlnuto: Appropriations $lt,4'lptH durhiH: nionih.iiiiintK IntO A. I>. 18 Jl.
said, "Blessed Is that servant Prayer meeting Wednesday at i Elimination\ of other small appropriations \\ duilntc ", ,,n\ll 1.76
FOK MARCH 23, 1031bjcct whom his lord when he March' 23 11)31 7:30 p. m. I from state operating llnl. JIIM 1. toll: .. 40.H (am.1t. I'oniHy Jud".., and
5)1.4. Mil. UHul. :
ervwf cometh shall find so doing. * But A cordial Invitation to all our expense, at an estimated annual . !>"!". nlh..r I, III.TilfiacoliUH \ . ISI.fltvJ.I :1-4-SI-4-3, J"'K. <-f fiobat,

CrJ The Usevand Abuse of and if that servant begin Proclamation of Peace Glory services extended to all. I of $500,000.Prohibition ,. during hionlliWnrinnl ._ : .J.I: .- -- -.... -
Gifts (Temperance Lesson.) to eat and drink and be drunken be to God in the highest and on saving diirlnw, ninntliHul. .tillIOH.8I1 t "
; of state publicationsother .. Jun 1, Ittll . :MOTHMTh
Iden Text: "Be not drunk* with the lord * will cut him in sunder, earth peace, good will toward men. TRAIN AND BUS SCHEDULES( "I.'. :Sn.'ISHal. -.--
than those authorized
''hit directly lioi'oinlier . tin.of Sliilf, of ,
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-Luke 2:14.PrayerFather: l-'lorlilu to C M<
wherein is excess; but be and will appoint him his portion of train ( by the legislature. llMrelpm duilnir monthWarrnnts ._. Ii3t.ar. "fall!I. tirvrllnKi) i ,
Change schedules Jan.
with the spirit. Ephesians with the unbelievers. And that may the song Reallocation of cent of during niiintliIlul Tel"{ \It 1\I'I''l\rllll| i by nfriilavlt aiipi'mlcil
of the angels become the anthem 4th, as follows: one per Jan' I, I'M! : n>4 64 <1ft tho Hill of C'limplulnt In tho Chan
servant which knew his lord's will, the six cent tax on gasoline from IM>> .I. .N... 1.1Hill. it-i-y i-anii" pnmlinw .In the Circuit
Luke 12 and * of all nations. Southbound No. 1, 11:09: p. m., Duuemlivr .. 42.9It.cplpls 4 [ mi't' In and
son Text: : 16-21, prepared not himself shall the road department toward elim- I, I OKI n. : for Mntilfonl t'ounty;\ '
be beaten with * What reply did Jesus give to the local. dllrlnll punllh 90.1 KliirhlH, wln-rln Mllitrol: Mi< 'nl| \\i: : ,
many stripes No. ination of the ad valorem tax.\: \VRrmntH du.lnl'nlh i.attin. t''''''llh.I't'' und W. e.! Mi'Cait Itrl 1
(mediately after last Sunday's but he that knew not shall be question of the rich ruler? Answer Southbound 11 11:23: a. m., To new the re- :, Hal. Jan, I. Him __ .OKHal. defendant thnt th. Bald, defendant,
read--.Luke 181925.: local. gain revenue, Ilia'. ... Id In n luin-roxlilont/ nf the .ta t. of r
fin, chapter 12 begins. "There I beaten with few stripes. For unto Southbound. No. 11:00 port recommended a graded tax: on HUmber 1, 1UUO ___... 2H.I'1 li'lorldu. and that his runlilrnra I IH
gathered an Innumerable mutt whomsoever much is given, of him 107 : a. 1t1.. intangibles a state inheritance tax I<..,'elili.$ durlnir month .... II.3dWarnrntu unknown, and thrrn l In nu person In rr,
March 2-1. 1931 limited. darin g month -- .. I 1 tint .C"I. of Flurlilii' tliu nvrvlua of
fie of people, and Jesus said, ,shall be much required. Southbound, No.' 191, 12.04 a. m. in accordance with the provisions nil I. Jan. 1, I mil:\ -... . . .1"1' il Subpoena i upon whom wntihl) bind
t-are ye of the leaven of the In the closing verses of the chap- Love Defrauds Not-Owe no man adopted last year, a graduated IM>>. No. ITHnl. alil Uafotictuiit, ami tits old d<>
limited. l>"ri>mutir I, $IHJii . ,) fvndunt In over the age of 11 r....r",
Isees. ter Jesus taught that war against any thing, but to love one another, No. 3. 6:35: : a. m. capital stock tax a franchise tax 1t..I"I. duiliiK month .. 16.61..I ""hi| | IUIII-B. t>*lnir, m. lull( for 11">. _iro.
the midst of this address a I evil will rage in the world, and thatCod's Thou shalt not steal Thou shalt on public utilities, and a general WarrnnlM' durlnK month It IH ordered. hat ml)hi) ilufvndiinl lie "
Southbound No. 103, 5:10 a. m., Hal. Jun. 1, IH.II;\ .. 21 21l nod 'ha In herrliy t'Illrud a I to r l
called to Jesus. "Master, followers will not escape the not covet. Thou shalt. love thy limited. revision of occupational license >t.... "%.>. tMlivxrdraft I,, the sNII,' I l Illll nf ('nniplalnt/ app at Ih +;

Ik to my brother that he dl- conflict The 'greatest conflict in neighbour as thyself. Romans taxes. Other revenue sources were H"uoniu .r I, 1HJO; 34DHO ciurk'M nrrifx Htnrko Klnrlda, , an- ,
Northbound No. 2, 4:53:: a. m., lo Itoc-lpla durliiK ninntli OT IHIWarrant Iwwrr until HIM on thw (lid 0'llrll.
tiny
the Inheritance with me. this country within the last fifty 13:8: 9. I cal. seen in an increase In license taxes I durTiia-: : month: - 2/.HI I I+' .\ A. U, 10.11 ntlinrwi tl al 9;

I he unto him Man who made years liras been, and still Is con- Prayer-Fat.her, give us the spirit of the 7,500 professional men In Overdriift Jan. I, 1'l.H' 200.21 l.-KBtli.i of Asia bill will l b'" taken !
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Northbound No. 12, 3.50: p. m., I h"rol>v i ,'rtlry thaf tan'; tnreita" I I I u" /NNNe/1..
i judge or a divider over you ? cerning the prohibition of alcoholic of the living Christ, that we may I local. the state, a tax on notaries public, Ism ..1..1111..1. ah.wlulob..1<111..011 II '

Jesus spake the parable! liquors. The constitutional amend- do Justly, love mercy, and walk Northbound No. 108 lim and a tax on all highway sign the bettlnnlnr'and at the end Inn 01 I I IIlio or-der .. N
5:29 m"in th ln'-oln< "1>0\ ;I.tatad. 19111: | :
th laws
"Thend ment and the alco- humbly with Thee God.
begins today's lesson against our and bill boo.rd" ift the receipt and warrant lntaoildurlna \ i, Pnnnty Telcitriiph. a n."a'I'.r '
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of a certain rich man holism were won mostly (1) by What Is said of one who is slowto ited.Northbound The report urged'' transfer of salt. m.ntheorr..p0nd. with ;I' of !Kcni-ral> clriulntlnn ixibllihod. '
No.4, 7:05: : p. m, tlip iwcoi'ilH uC my i>r., u'.1 l hI tl'IIP'" ,ii' Hrmlford county Florida.'
light forth plentifully; and he the of the open saloons, anger ? Answer, read Provo 16-: I for school 9C
presence limited. .. : responsibility revenue nnd Lijri, < ct to I ill, b, ut <>'. 111. UauvvlixlKe Ihnm) one nrdorod nl Mrnrke, Klor
light within himself, saying, I It and their effect on their patrons 32. Starke A Wannen Branch from local sources to the state, and l.t.T!!. I ..._ ". ;Iity thai, ,!I' "I'ln, thin 4th Guy of Maruh, A. I'. '
; I the follow In. I I. a ll..t of all count) ua.
tha'l' I do because I have and the of the wives'and
| nowhere suffering and provision for a standard school 1 ohln'I! fie1! Inl-vnoo I I" U. t'
March 25 1031 No. lot leaves 7:00: a. m. t1 'n'inltorU"' : i to bestow my fruits? children of those patrons caused term In each county. each at the clou of th* month here Cork "',...ult Cuuit, .Ih
No. 102 arrive 2:40: ( m.
I he said * I will down by the saloon and the p. of in flrat elated and the amount of ATTI5HT! above la a true copy of
pull liquor they Elimination and con lldatioR
Giving Gets-There is that scat- erurlty by euch '*uvh dppOeltory in* original on file In my ..ffl"".
barns, and build greater; and sold; (2)) by the teaching in the tereth, and yet Increaseth; and Blue Bus Schedule county offices with an abolitionof and amount of Internet paid or credited : n. W. AUIUCKAIAN, r

l Q will I bestow all my fruits public schools of the evils of alcoholic there is that wlthholdeth more Southbound-9:31: a. In., 11:31: the fee system In favor of salaries depository during' said on account month by of each current said 9.0.5r'I 4.LNOTICE Clerk Circuit COUI'L.

I my goods. drink. When those laws were than is meet but it tendeth to pov a. m., 4:01: p. m., 6:31: p. m.; 12:14a. : was urged.A dally balance or time depoell; I _

he man in this lesson seems toe enacted the armies of prohibitionwere erty.-Proverbs 11:24.: m. state income tax was seen asa December Wltnee, 1U30.mf hand 'this 91 day-- of_. OK Kl.l.Uri'lOV. :

gained his wealth through ag- almost disbanded, being deceived Prayer-Lord, help us dally to Northbound-8:60'. m., 1:23: p. possible peed of the future. A..f ORIFFIS, My power veted In them by tee
Bture r' of all who makeey by the plea that the war 4:07( 7:53 4:43 "We believe that income tax County 8uptrlntndnt. lawn of Florida
men sow every good we can in the lives m., p. m., : p. m., : a. an the Hoard of Pub.

the farmer should recog- was over. But the liquor interests 'of all we'meet, trusting Thee for m Is the fairest tax which can "be CLRHK'S REPORT rail lie Instruction an election:. of to llradford be held County at the,

,, i God and honor him with his began a new war against the laws the harvest. Tickets and Information at imposed the report stated. "We -, followlnB named place on Aorll
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!ance." But this rich farmer and the constitution, and they are What did Jesus say about little Smith's Service Station, next to therefore propose and recommend Report ao"rdtrr Clerk of Circuit Uotlnc the 7th,thru J831,tru tor.t..th...sash purpose and d.-nt X1

"I will say to my soul, Soul still waging that war. The teach- children? Answer read Matt. courthouse. a constitutional amendment perI I Court Florida In on *ce Bradford t Tax.County**....-, t.rmnlri! the mllluc. to b. aae..**4

i hast much goods laid up fory ing in the schools, of the destruc 19:13,15.: milling the legislature to levy an ed for the year unto In eaea th diitrict.For purpose of hold In ic said {'

years; take thine ease, eat, tive effects of alcohol has been almost March 26, 1831 Closing MallsNorth Income tax effective three years C.Htarke A. Knlaht, Kin. March tax collei-l"1, 19S1.Vtmntr lection the managers are an fol

fk and be merry." He did not eliminated. The younger voters after the adoption of such amend- Yrapee lewet: 9
far Lawteyt, Jam.
i to use his wealth to increase are rather taught by the bad Have Faith In God-And Jesus Train No. 12, 3:30 p. ..- ment"The To bal amount due collected Feb. 1 UI1__ ..IOln.OIl 26}11 Thed and l. M. Murrhee.Rnlr. R. R. 1,
Sly
J real comfort of either himself element in picture shows and thru said unto him, Go thy way; thy Train No. 4, 6:40: ( p. ... committee frowned upon To bal, due F.". IS _____-_-_ ..10.IIOIi.U Clnmona Knr llellbronnt and N. t>. Ur*.n, W. C
I.on.le l .
|his neighbors. the liquor-controlled public press, Faith hath made thee whole. And South proposals for a general sales tax, To bal. due n.Feb.. 4k Kurfll 1 ___ _.,r... ...Uet.S. For Ilnatdralni M. Starling O. (Orlffl, W.

tit God said unto- him Thou I that it 'Is smart and right to resist immediately he received his sight, 'Train No. 11, 11:00: .. m. for a state tax commission, ,and Hy amount collected, _' .- R OtTo ( W. Coleman and John Prvatt.

I this night thy soul shall be I and disregard the law. It now and followed Jesus in the way.- Train No. I, 6:40: p. m. for the state to alter the constitution I Cal due Feb.Hoed 211 cud___0.__._.._._. GS .3DCeaalr Itaaen For Hrook.n and J. M. K.Mott.M. Olsen, n r.

red 1 of thee; then whose shall : seems that the same old war will Mark 10: LPrayerFather Starke S Waaae to permit bond Issue for Malnleaaa Aonirna, f

things be, which thou bast have to be fought over, and thosein give us that Mall close T:00 a. m. highways. To bal amount due collected Feb. 1 ,_._ _.._ _._..10.'IiM.nHy lift* Hi If.Chairman n. MAT t-t-ft-4-4.S.cretaay

dad" This man could not, favor of temperance and law faith in Thee which never doubts .Mall arrives 2:40: p. m. Consolidation of counties or of Tu bal. due Feb. 2* _?_ ___ ?10,80a.n

Path, take with him his world- enforcement must either awake Thy love mercy or power. municipalities upon a majority C...., H....1._._ HOTICIB
8011011amount
To bal. due Jan. II, l IUI
hes, and be had neglected thee and( Join the fight, or pay the pen- What alone is worthy to receive No Sunday service. vote by the persons affected was Hy collected --- 81 alTo The State of Florida, to Verdla.

of Jesus (Matt. 6:20): "Lay alty of again having the saloon and honor and glory and power? Answer No. 12 last train for register seen by the committee as a bene bal. due F'l seko.IO..naTo 2* M3.8dCo Lanl eton, ar.vling.;
..ty It avpoarlnc by affidavit append; *
for yourselves treasures In the curse it always carries with it. ,. readRev.:11.: Train 12 best air mail connection At. bal dun Feh I -. IN.IIII.l1 ed to the lllll of Complaint In the

-- I'hanrery caue pending In th. Circuit I ,
Court In and for Bradford County .
DARNIT 9 Charles; McMantisA3URCLAR Florida, wherein Carl M. LanSs.,
rHOi'm' By ton I U Complainant and Vrdl ;
a..n..tO" I I. defendant that the a4!
defendant I* a non-renliUnt .f the H
.t..t.. of Florida, and that her 1'.1.. ;,
ANp HE ATE f WHY DoN'T THeY: LOOK Ii drove I I.* unknown, and there I I.* n*
BROKE OH! MERCIFUL. HE STOLE MY HE ATE oNE YES-THE; POLICE QF'TinR FOR HIM? person. In lh..tel..t riorlda the '
I 1 IMTO THE HOKIICHT E GOODNESS: DIAMOND RING AND HE I[ OF YOUR ARE LOOKING IN J ONE J L i IN THE. MORGUE \ Mrvlra of a .ubpn ? ? C
LAST ( THE PAWN PIES would' hind eald defendant, and that
> ALL
ATE A PIE THAT I HAD > i PIES "nld defendant la over the Mire of
SHOPS FOR HIM III year, nld cause using a Illll for
JUS C lvurne. It.I* ordered that said
rl' 1e / defendant he and she In hereby required
n, to appear to the nald. Illll of
Complaint I at the Clerk'. offln I 1. '
e' ] Htarke, Florida: ) to answer said I Hill: '
nn th. .lh day of April. A. U. Itll.ithrwU r''
., the allocation of laid
Itlll will ti* taken aa confiiimed.. . ,
Mh It I I. further ordered that thl nr
It BAKED'I. SR der b* published on". a week for
{ T four vciniieoutlva week In the Ilrad.
( ford County Telegraph, a newspaper
L it a-onera! circulation published la f
/f P Kraijforil county, Florida.
4't Urine and ordered at Mtarkfi, Plor\ .
M I Id., thl. 4th day at Starch, A, D,
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..._,___-4.. 41as I- -I f 1911. O W. Ar.DEFlMAN.

\ / I Clark Circuit Court
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ATTEST: IK a true copy of:
th. original on file In my <>tn. <-*.
s =; \ II f U W. AMHCIt.MAN.
\ Clerk Circuit: Court
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BRADFORD COUNTY TEUEOBAPn, 8TAR1EB! FLORIDA FRIDAY
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Quoting( With Apologies and Appreciation. f--- by the .tru<:klng' industry the consumer would,, profit. The nesday evening at the'

r !j jI Bradford County Telegraph From Other PensStarke I its share of the-tax burden that, merit to tula.kind ot argument, if E.. A. Kennedy of Lake home Gen"1

-I Established 1877 Santa Monica cat, Mar. 1. --I has for some years fallen heavily it is to be so termed, Is that some Mr. and Mrs. D. W Moore,?
', t1t er The soldiers that are lined up get- ipon the railroads.As body besides the producer or the transacttng-tmslness'
in
ting their money sure -look like the trucking Industry 'now consumer is going to get the bene- Starke"
' Second Class
riblished! Weekly, on Fridays and Entered as wants a landing field /orairplanes. they need ft. The big financial boys stands it has been a subsidized industry fit of It, so why not let It go to the urday.' dr.

fir lY Matter at the Post Office at Starke, Florida And that town usually say that "It's, bad economy to pay an Industry whose wear railroads? 1 Raleigh Brannen of II

t' E. S. Matthews __ __ ____-_______ Owner and Publisher jets what It wants.-Apopka the money now." When was there and tear upon the state and other The railroads have been getting I ton was a visitor to Theretsa
anything connected with the war Itt least until the trucks came dav.Mr.
:Thief highways has not been paid for by
_ _____________ Managing Editor : and Mrs. Jordan
J. C. Robinson ._ 'i--i -O-- good economy Even entering it the truckers themselves but rather along---and now.lt might be wise of friends havn
r- Among the beauties of nature- wasn't a stroke of financial genius.! by the taxpayers at large who have for the roads to put on their here and at K.
and McRae.
SUDSCRHTION RATE Hog Island cost 'as' much as this built these roads at far greatercost "specs" and take a look at their who wish theme b
Florida sunsets and life
moonlight. and much
k bonus and the enemy couldn't, find I than Is in any manner paid by overhead cost structure. Maybe. happiness
Yearly, $1.50; Six Months, 75e-Payable in Advance Starke Telegraph. Also blondes, It. And neither could we A debt' the vehicular gas and other taxes they have the means within their: -

f Advertising Rates on Application brunettes and tltlanettes.-r-New Is just as hard fot'a government to'I being paid by the trucking industry own power to solve this truck com'

Port Richey Press. pay'as it la'for an Individual, No I That the trucks using public petition and they may find it necessary "1 HAMPTON

----o--. debt ever came due at a good time. :1 highways should be made to pay in before they are through, to Ml*. Ads .

't i=1.. Build. a landing field. Some dates are like prunes-- Borrowing la the'only thing that is full for the wear and tear they apply the' remedy. At the same i =5= =s=lyimno.r= 55.Cot..,
0 dried out! affairs.-Starke Tele- handy all the. time. Yours,--Will place upon these highways and time It may ,be all right to have P. E. Griffin
' ; pin. Rogers. that they should in addition be laws passed since it has become! of JII.CkftOllY' )
; The bachelor button is a flower-not a safety graph. Do you mean the ones the spent the week-end with hTi"senta.
---- --0-
less of custom
made to pay in taxes Just as much more or a general i
old maid had when she was a girl? Mr. and Mrs. W H.
r, a 'pd Life per dollar of value in equipment as to lean upon the government to Crt1\!\:
Delray Beach Hammer. Mr. and Mrs.
Wet trunks are listed among privileges of congressmen. ------ o-r-- Life Is a checker board and men do the railroads stands to reason. solve all of our difficulties. recently visited Mr.F. C. Could, k

i' F. 0 Among the beauties of nature- Are checkers pushed about by Prohibitive taxation such as There are two sides to every I I. Gould of Sharps. Could'slOU.
' that Florida sunsets and giant hands- looks toward legislating the trucks question and before destroying the
done easily Last
be
Laugh and fatit.can't always moonUghts.St Friday evening.
grow : from the of usefulness of the truck as a com- Mal'Cb'from ,
; i rke Telegraph. We infer that Great unseen,powerful hands that highways or placing I 8 to 10 the
i ... 0_. to play the game upon them an unfair or unnecessary petitor of the railroad It might be teaching fan
you don.tget up early enough and the graduating
PrivateI toll bridges should have no place on state high- see the sunrise..-Moore Haven :In earnest with the checkers only burden is no more fair however well for our legislators to ask Hampton public school class Of
stake. than the existing order of themselves "How Much Is were etti
,
.t Democrat.
s talned at the home of the
ways. --o- ,Good and Evil sit there playing; things. With prohibitive legislation Enough T"o L. H. Futch Mrs. Futch actta paced;
o Among the many beauties of nature each upon trucks the railroad hostess. Interesting lf
L could along without-cold winds and the win and would return again to their former games,
JJ ; Things we : get -Florida sunsets and moon- One takes men they played;and music enjoyed. Tib
i t'g' w" frosts. light.-Starke Telegraph. Sprinkled when at laat L position of monopoly and the remedy TIIEIlESSA adorned with drooping ferns'eunburnt
with a liberal number of',FlorIda The game is ended they begin has brought us little .of ad-. roses; were provided
o the ''dis Hilda SnlllVM Cor.Mr. ,t
beauties.BronsonJournal. again vantage over present
orange-fed
: delicious
lf refreshments
a In old Chicago the law is making an effort to defy the And play, the game into eternity. ease." I abundantly.Mr. were sen

crooks. -0---- Helen W. Moore. :The railroads, were In their Infancy and Mrs. J. R. Dickinsonand and Mrs. C. B. Robert

Starke needs an al.rport.-Starke --0Sighing subsidized' by land grants baby of Gainesville, visited Graham attended preaching at
v o u
Telegraph. And so does Branson ,for Spring .and other concessions that they Mr. Dickinson's father, Mr. J. P. Christian church ]last
Best way to assure a short honeymoon is to take it in,t and every other live town that Oh would 'twere warm might be enabled to extend into Dickinson Friday. Sunday*

{ stolen car. lasn't already got one. No better Enough for me iTo the developing empire Their Mrs. O. A. Thrower, Mr and Mrs. ning.A class room picnic was enjoj

o time than now to get busy on this take -the degree growth and their service have come:I W. T. Zeigler and little son. Tom- by the primary pupils of the Han
t reposition.-Bronson Journal. Of B. V. D, about as a result of this initial mi e, of Jacksonville and Mr. and !ton school last Wednesday afti
44 lied strawberries will put a fellow's bank account back ----p_ -P. H. A. in Florida TimesUnion.Summer's ."boost" and 'it may be that the Mrs. M. O. Thrower and family of noon. All the pupils were

into black. Gosh All tlemlockldoy.DERN benefits of the trucking industry, St. Augustine were visitors at the ent. Violet picking and other ext pn

o freedom for me both directly and In providing a home of Mr. J. J. Zeigler Sunday. clsea were enjoyed, and an
before ASKED (Joy outdoors has no locks) competitive "check" upon rail Mrs. D. W. Moore and son.. David hunt afforded much pleasure a;
f This weather-unless it changes .
strawberry TO
; EXPLAIN! HIS road rates will pr' /e more than
; On a smooth sandy beach visited Mr. and Mrs. L. V. amusement. Their teacher, Si
"t} this is printed. DAM ATTITUDE Sans both shoes and two socks ample to offset the expense of the Moore of Starke Starke, Sunday Futch was assisted In serving ti
o -Headlines on a Washington dispatch -M. H. D./ln Hendry Co. News. subsidy we are now paying in the afternoon. chaperoning by Mrs. O. L. lit
.in a San Jose- (Cal! ) paper. way of tax maintained highways. ''Jones
Mrs. David was a week- rison Mrs. R. M.
I Faver and 11
the who couldn't fool her husband
Eve was only woman ,
a While it is granted that the rail- end
For' summer Joys guest of her daughter Mrs. M. L. Watterson.
P ''l'Ys' about her age.Radiator. Wives can't do much arguing We scarce.can wait roads are entitled to all sympathythey ''I A, L. Sullivan. Rev. M.- C, McGauley of Star

G p to \ 0 --- with a husband who only grunts mreply.Starke Sans shoes and BJJV.:. D.', '" deserve it Cannot .be forgotten 1 Messrs. S. R. Willis and Jimmie wjll preach at the Baptist Chun

alcohol freezes drinkers, so .stiff there's not a men don't do anything Telegraph.else Some but We need' some bait. that many of their troubles are 1' Swindell and James Trlest were next Sunday morning and eveclr
-Bronson"Journal.- of their own making. During the business visitors to Starke Satur- From 10:30: to 11 a missionary
t, kick left in them. grunt any way; while some are so .. Q past dozen years when shippers day afternoon.Mr. gram will be rendered by the Sin pi

o well beaten they'can't even grunt. ''ThInk of This have tried to obtain reductions in and Mrs. SJ/ S. Adkins and day School. Everybody Is invite,

This country is In need of a good anti-knock gas for -Bronson JournaL (Ed R. Waite Shawnee Okla.f excessive freight rates under which family of Jacksonville visited Mr. Mr. Carpenter and son Jad
"-p-
--
That Your city is a< good city in they were suffering the railroads and Mr. R. M. Hersey Sunday.. who have been the guests of Mr!
street corner orators. Most girls prefer candy to which to trade. Why trade y lsei persistently and consistently triedto Mr. Wade Thompson left Friday Carpenter's parents Mr. and Uq

o poetry.-Starke Telegraph. But where block every such movement. : for his home in Georgia, after a J. Puraley, returned to their hoe

..f art Florida's tax system if not the best in the world is cer- probably of the would two to appreciate either one a singly.In mixture -. t, In some cities there are people They made. no apparent Attempt !. stay of several months at the home aft-Palatka this week.A. .
who when they need anything In to economize and cut down their of Mr.. and Mrs. W. T. Wallace. A. Futch and family of Lw
tainly the most complicated. fact we recommend trying both the way of merchandise, go to current'cost of'doing business, and Messrs. W. M.and D. J. Phillips burg were the guests of Mrs. U

f 0 together If either one alone falls to some other city or send to a mall apparently aimed to have the were visitors at the home of Rev. tie Watterson last Sunday.

t, 4 Jasper News inquires whose wife ,did you kiss before Journal.get desired notice. Bronson order house for Important purchases -freight rates fixed high enough to and Mrs. D. L. Phillips at Lawtey S
that the home merchants amply cover every such cost. That Sunday. Miami Majestic Realty OK
going to work this morning? -o---- have in stock. People who do that has added to help turn the businessto Miss Lois Jordan visited. Miss poratlon filed amendments Incra

o The Starke Telegraph think U hurt the home city. They do not the truck owner, and the end is i Clara Swindell Sunday. Ing capital stock from $3,000:

la Starke will soon be noted as the only town of any impo'r- will Tallahassee be only a ,few will more be the days centerof until seem to realize that when they not yet It may be all right for Rev. J. N. Hayman filled his reg- 50000. \
hurt the home city they hurt them- them to lean on the government as ular appointment at the Baptist Tarpon Springs Otto Holm
tance without field.
a landing attraction., Wonder If that pa- selves. :' a big brother to solve their every church Saturday and Sunday.Mrs. and E. J. Elliott purchased Cool
r .0 per refers to the starting of the It Is a tremendous convenience' problem and maybe they can get Mary Kite of Jacksonville) Golf Links from Glen C. Price,

,, f An author makes the startling statement that women new newspaper at Tallahassee the or and advantage to you to be able some help that way but while doing visited her niece Mrs. R. M. Her- recent date.Clermont:
the coming session of state leg- '
," with make the best wives. Journal. to trade at thd fine stores of your ,this, it might Abe worth their sey Sunday. Reliance Thel/rll/
money slature.-Bronson while to begin to shave a bit of Mr. and Mrs. Wilmot Brown equipment
x .._._ ... progressive cltyY It is strange that I. and install new
.0--
0 some citizens do not seem to appreciate overhead family visited Mr. and Mrs. Henry Tarpon Springs TugwB
9 The next dry law drive has been set for July, Here's Florida has grown from two that' fact. People connected with the fruit Cribbs of Starke Sunday.Mr. Wiseman, grapefruit canning
counties to slxty-seven.-Starke Your business men are the great and produce industry will recall J. M. Hersey and family of resumed operations in local p
it will be hot month.
,hoping a dry
Telegraph. And It maybe It will
fighting force' that Is behind the freight rate hearings where the Starke visited his brother, Mr. R. on recent date.
o lose some of its many counties at development of your city, Back railroads took the position that It M? Hersey Sunday. Inglis Plans being consider*

t Robins always delay their return north until they can the next legislative session. Coun- them upt"' would not help' the country as a ,Mr. B. D. Kelley of Palatka, vis- for construction of paper pulp mi
ties are only desirable as long as When buy in home city whole 16 reduce the freight rates, ited his niece Mrs. C. ''Sullivan here.
you your .
i; sample the season's new strawberries. they provide the most ,practical '
d..d
for the that
such reductions
.' you see. what' you* buy and keep reason Thursday. Jacksonville -- George Washlnf
t.y q means of getting public Improvements our money circulating at home. would probably be absorbed by,the Air. John Jordan of McRae and ton Book and Gift Shop, former1
Screen star advises girls to marry young.' And'she probably at minimum cost..BronsonJournal. Your home merchants give satisfying middlemen with the consequent result Miss Eula Mae Swindell of Theresa located on Julia street moved!
.
added under her breath-and,often. -. o quallty''service and price. that neither the producer nor were united in marriage Wed- quarters at 231 West Adams at.We're .
What more could you want?
.
Drivers of in '
one-eyed cars
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Laundries do not charge extra for knocking bu oms. Highlands county are allowed to 'The Dairy Cow. ,
spend the balance of the night In r
1 ks Tha$ is included along with the free delivery. jail| =Starke Telegraph. And The farmer's'boat"(friends is his ; i,;

o Jiat'a the way it should be every- old dairy-cow j a

Vin' Speaking of the legislature there are many who wouldn't where. Sometime we think our officers If he owes',a- debt she will pay it Always
have."no eyes"..let alone one. somehow.rr
,cam mind the'Apry\l session being moved up ten years. -Jasper News. Same here. -and She grazes the roadside to eke out '

;; '. o everywhere else--almost.o her life i
in view strawberries -- -- ------ And without the "Pleased To Meet
With good price prospects for works wages sameas
iK Lydia Plnkham and P. T. Barn- his wife.
should not ruin the market with fruit.0 .
growers sorry um had no equal in the world whenIt

-- ra" came to advertising. One fooled Though Jersey or Holstein or --

a" :; Apparently it's safer and more convenient to shoot husbands ho; women and the other said a Shorthorn her breed You"I
fool was born every minute. Hard work Is her habit and thriftis
: Y in this country than in France even if justified. Lake City Reporter. And both her 'creed;

O- | prospered all the while. They may And If she comes home at night to

It's bad enough to have a wooden leg, say the Times- have been great' on fooling people the barn. t
but they made the people like It.Qronson .- You praise her or blame her, she I
much.
Union, but a combination with wooden head is too Journal. doesn't care a darn. I I

0 ._ I I
e a
Delray Beach Hammer defines the meanest man as one About nine out of ,ten moving She always has something to,add

who throws chewing gum on the streets for Austin to stick pictures in which the newspaperman to her pelf; $.
'
depict him as the ,
I appears She brings in the coupons just clip C I
l r on. drinking type-when as a matter them,yourself.Get I

o of fact not more' than eight out of out,,the old ,,plllk-stool. sit, a at
ten of them drink unless coveringa down with a bump. ,
times but the '
Henry Ford says these are "good peopledo
convention or something of,, the Grab,hold) of her handles and '
not realize it." That's.giving the consumer the manufac- kind.-Gainesville Evening News. pumpety-pump., .-- -tL: o"J

T turer's view of matters. In other words when they wade In ,'TOU
o : knee deep they can't help getting She helps with the living and keepsus
their feet wet. Ocala Star. That's all fat
i r And now they want courtesy days for motorists Perhaps Gainesville Evening News. The ,hired man the baby, the pig [ _._ t ,

on those days trucks and buses will pull over and stopto -p and the' cat;

let the other traffic by. The Miami Herald protests payIng .Then Dad takes the surplus to
"Civil War pensions" to those town and by heck!
0 who were nowhere near the Civil The creamery gives him a wonderful 't' the officers of this bank bid YOu' welcome. To
"
'Avery Powell thinks the state farm at Raiford is a place War. War veterans and widows i check., n ,

'" where, a lot of fellows who don't care for farming acquire a surely should be compensated, but lend our aid to ambitious, men of the community ,
l there la a suspicion that many not i And when she Is ready to die of .
liking for it before they quit. worthy'of receiving compensation I .old age, to give counsel_ and cash in support' of sound
0 are on the pension list. Florida The butcher writes '"Finis" at the pro-

a Charging veterans. for filling out, of their applications: pays $1.600,000 a year on pensions I end of her page; ? jects is'our'business. Now, more than ever just
the Herald but there are onlya ,
back
'the table
says Then to she comes
for loans is an offense punishable by law, and veterans knowing 'as
i handful of veterans.-Ocala Ban- ru be bound. better ,times begin to dawn
Ti. of such should report it to their legion ,post.A nef. In prime ribs and steaks that cost we are eager to

-----o-- lend the support of )
o thirty per pound. a strong 'bank to fellotf- ,
Avery Powell Is authority on the ''.-Author Unknown.
suggestion has been made to double the amount of I
statement that the country editorIs ", a townsmen with ideas. Come time i
radio advertising time and give away sets instead of selling very close to the farmer. An I tow Mesh !Is Enough t .,., any for a'visit-

i them. Well static might prove to be a blessing. editor Is supposed to know a good (The' Packer.) .. here.BLINK* I

0 thing.-Starke Telegraph. And From a past feeling of bitterness M..
Isn't It too bad the farmer can't towards the railroads cornea the I
-When a pig jumped out of second story window in al ,
a
get next to his best friend?-Jasper .more recent development of 'Intense -
Missouri town the police investigated and discovered a whis- New. Close to a farmer pity" over the difficulty the OF

key joint. That is news even ifit is not unusual. Great Scot man, haven't we been I carriers are having In their com- STA.RKE (
1 taking carrots and potatoes and petition with truck and bus transportation
o okra from the farmer In exchangefor A stringent motor A ROLL OF HONOR
Truck near Baldwin forced a car into the ditch, injuring the paper for growing on thirty .truck bill has Just passed in Indiana E. S. MATTHEW BANK .

i, a woman passenger. It's about time some check-up of body years? Whatta you talktng aboutclosetothetarmerbusmenOr and there appears to be , P.res., j R. J. DAVIS, Cashier

;14 widths of trucks being used on state roads was made. lando Sentinel. scarcely a, state but that .U considering ,
legislation looking toward)

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