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 27, 1931
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subject: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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STAUKK, FLORIDA FHIDAY.. MARCH 27.. in.11 .
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PRIZE BROOKER YOUTH ' if
CABBAGE : ; ,, :' OFFICIAL CALLIS
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; \ ON CLUB BEFORE VETS A cabbage large: enough to I !;".:;tv... ',. .....vI .

s supply sufficient potlicker STRIKE VICTIM I ISSUED FOR
for the governors of every tI ?
sF state In the union to demon- I
COMING ,Congressman Give Fact About strate their method of dunk- I e'd .4
.4t CAUCUS APR.
I Expenditures ing or crumbling of corn Gllmnre' Resided! In Brookrr \\lth I t I 6 i
bread was D. W.
> grown by IJtC'hlh'J.1.. after Father's
Lawtey, Starke, I "Of federal Moore on his farm near --
A all endJtures well I>'-uth
Brooker r Starke, the monster tippingthe ,.rrl.nl'hb Arranges' for .ItMtlre
over half is expended for the army,
the scales at 18 pounds and In'llI, to Give Oath
Navy and for
ex-service men New
8 ounces. Its head Is as hardas Orleans March 23.One
movie film ,4 ( and their dependents, but our na- was -
man held by police In
today
the heads '
the 4-H ; tion would be unsafe without adequate connection with Frank Webb, chief clerk of tho IJ'
( Flag" ., dunking contenders and suf- the mysterious
( on the 4-H Club defense and untrue to humanity ficientlylarge flavor a death of Woodrow Wilson Gilmore house, Florida legislature, him issued -

Interesting way z 4 if it did not care: for its pool of liquid deep fO enough to 19, ex-convict and longshoreman, the official call for the house
by L. T. Dyer, ex-service! men and their depen whose body was found In vacant
a Vmocratlc
immerse candidates\ of the I caucus to be held in .
the State 'k t dents. crumbling sect. Anway the lot near the river front L -. Tallahassee Monday
night, April
to be shown at 5 > So stated Congressman n. A. cabbage head Is on display In lie had been beaten and ypsterdBf'j d ,
,: nth, at 8 o'clock
the next Green of Starke before Seven detained af. The purpose of
county a meetingof the Bank of Starke lobby and persona were
: to have some the Disabled American Veteransof If there are local authorities ter discovery of the body but all e ,. the caucus Is to nominate officers
' [ show, a two reel the World War in Jacksonville on the any. proper mannerto were released except' Edward Kennedy I +j2 ami. attached for the house for the! '
session "
which
has also been Thursday night. The Florida con handle corn bread and pot. 42, operator of a soft drink +rc V will convene at noon
Tuesday 7.
the show enter- gressman was the principal speaker licker, they can present their stand which, It Is said, Gilmore April
educational. Mr. on a program presented before frequented. Kennedy insisted he Custom, so prevalent and so ancient -
arguments\ to their
. .. king.
state boys' club - --- 100 disabled veterans and their, had not seen Gilmore since closing I-I us to have the force and effect -
friends assembled in I his place of law, has made It the duty ,
and Miss the Chamberof Saturday
charge, FOOTBALL STAR DIGS --- -' night.
of the
will also, co- DITCHES: Jim ; onc'e Commerce auditorium. The body was found near' strike )I NEW AIR QUF.EN: Ruth Nlch chief clerk of the previous
Thorpe, acclaimed -
session
the greatest football W L. Gray, commander of the headquarters of the longshore-j ill, daring aviatrix, was cheered 01 to call the house caucus,
real motion plc- of all time ditches player Jacksonville chapter the purpose of Boys Taking Up men's union. Police said he had I 'ter return to earth at the Jersey preside until organized and con
digs in Los vene the house at the time fixed
strengthening the been parolled a few months I City N. J, after by
highest type, and Angeles at $4,00 per day while two organization by ago Airport, lofting the constitution. lie
to everyone, eastern colleges are dickering for bolstering the membership and also from a Florida prison. He had ) her special Lockheed-Vega plane conducts presides and
well as to the 4- his services as coach. II to cement more closely friendship CornCrotalariaClub been working on the river front 32,000 feet Into the sub-zero air the proceedings generallyuntil
the house Is
all are invited between the various service organ for only a week.Tallahassee above New York City This i la a organized.The .
is no charge, the izations: representatives of which mile higher than the old mark set secretary of state furnishes
were present to participate in the ActivitiesCounty by Elinor Smith. to the chief clerk a certified
March 23.-Woodrow I statement of the names of the
arranged to show Car Wrecked at meeting. Wilson Gilmore, found dead in rnrmbera-elect, which la read. The
point in the Congressman Green explained New Orleans, did not serve timein roll Is called and the oath of office ,(
as he Is very laws pertaining to veterans' legislation the Florida state prison under : lit
i First Car LotBerries administered to the members -
everyone see the New River BridgeJ. and commented on the provisions Agent Ayer State Scarcity that name, records here described by a justice of the supreme

viJ in pictures. The for care of the former ser of Seed. Limit Number'{ A 19 year old white youth named court.
been.arrang- vice men. "Disbursements to date Levy Gilmore was sentenced to The chief clerk has arranged I

I :,| show will begin for medical care and treatment, EngagingBy serve four years for arson from Moving .vlth Justice Fred H. Davis, recently -
I"r p. m. H. Reid of Palatka, was ser- exclusive of amounts for hospital -. Okaloona county in 1927 and was appointed to this position

auditorum, Mon- iously hurt and three other occupants construction, amount to $404,957- ( L. T. Dyer, County Agent.) granted conditional pardon April ly Governor Carlton, to admlnls-

of a Buick sedan were pain 610" he said. "There are 293,679 1, 1928, records revealed. Prison Total for Wrk From Starke-Law- .er the oath of office to house
auditorium, disabled veterans now receiving March hall been a very busy bureau officials said this might be toy Platforms Fifty-three members
fully injured early Saturday morning compensation because of diseasesor month for the club boys as well as the same man although the age Thounantl j
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hall auditorium, when the car was driven over Injuries received in or as a result for myself. I have personally visited of the dead man would be 22 or 23 Quarts a -

the embankment at the New River of military service during the 110 club boys In Union and and not 19. ADVISES PLANTING

auditorium, Sat- bridge on state road 28 west of World War. Compensation also is Bradford counties during the last With the volume steadily growing ; PINES FOR FENCES 1

Starke.: The being paid to dependents of 93,950 three weeks and have measuredthe In a communication to the Telegraph the strawberry ovement I.
to come out injured were pickedup deceased veterans whose death resulted acres for corn and crotalaria sent In from Brooker, from the local platform) jumped #
, and learn more by passing'motorists .end. taken from service in the war," he for most of these. Around 50 boysin Woodrow GILmore was 18 years of from 6,144 quarts last week to 39- District, Forester Suggests Idea to

of 4-H to Lake Butler..jtor"medjpal .attention continued. each county will grow an acre age and for several years followingthe 648 quarts -for this week ending Owners

and later Mr. Reid-was rushedto Other statements dealing with of corn in the corn club this year, death of his father, made his Wednesday night, with Indications C. H. Coulter-district
I and about 50 boys In both counties pointing to shipments Increasing to foroutern
the Palatka hospital suffering legislation concerning veterans'compensation home with Mr, and Mrs. C. F. ; of
charge applied forestry and
RE- follow: "Monthly will grow an acre of crotalaria Litchfield of Brooker, where he several cars dally during the com '
1 from a dislocated vertebrae In his disbursements for compensation,, each. The reasonfrwhy we are not was known by the name of Lltch- ing week. Beginning /with today Service research has with the Florida Forest

I neck. A wrecKer from,Register'sGarage emergency officers retirement pay, having 100 boys In the crotalaria leld. Since November of last year the Growers' Association plan to conceived the Idea of
Association pulled the machine back and disability allowance cases will club Is that we could not get the he had been living In New Orleans' start carlot movements and with planting pine trees for fence poats.
The
meeting at St. to the highway and towed It to be approximately $21,000,000 for seed. Our supply was limited and with his 'mother" and had just returned the arrival of additional buyers la life of fence posts In Florida -

Tuesday after Palatka for repairs. The Palatka ho: fiscal year. To date the no more could be had at any price.In from a visit with relatives next week shipping platforms In relatively short. The expense -

Dally News of Monday carried the amount. of $1,780,052 has been expended order to get good seed for the In Houston, Texas, a short time before Starke and Lawtey art expectedto of repairing them Is well
on relief reported following account of the accident: for this purpose. boys and get them to the boys at he was killed. take on their accustomed rush would understood by the land! owner It
seem, therefore that Mr
been assisted un- In a serious condition as the result "The number of U. S. govern. the right time, I purchased a sup- He was adopted by Mr. and :Mrs. for Easter markets. Coulter has hit It
i to take care of of an accident at a detour aNew ment life Insurance policies in force : ply of seed corn and crotalarla, Lltchfteld when his father died, Carlot movements have also upon a practical

in the case of, River bridge between Starke Is 045,929, amounting to $3.029-' weighed out enough for an acre leaving eight small children. Tho started from Lawtey, two cars go- plan.Mr.. Coulter's U.
One new member: and Lake Butler, on highway No. 05035265. This Insurance being each, and distributed to the boys, mother, unable to keep the family Ing from that point thla week, total year-old seedlings plan to plant

meeting. 28, early Saturday morning J. II sufficient to cover all losses. personally what each needed. The together sent the five youngest to I movement for the season up the fence posts, allowing midway about between
done during I Reid ,was in Glendale hospital today "Awards of benefits under the boys have been Instructed how to an orphanage and they were scattered to Wednesday from Lawtey being Inches of between the six
line
space
in next suffering from dislocated vertebrae World War Adjusted Compensation grow their crops, and It seems now In homes! from there. After, 23,420 quart, with shipments of trees and\ the wire
that the
.II Stores are re I in his neck. act have been made to 3,749- that this extra effort! will be rewarded his. mother married again she succeeded -, growing heavier each day and like. little trees will not be no
.II Though hopes were held out for In a largorinumber of boys ly to the dally loading records damaged as
supplies in the I 020 veterans and dependents,, In getting all children homo I pass
I they grow by rubbing the wire.
without a his recovery by Dr G. M. Zeigler, amounting to a total of $3,580- taking up the work and. in a much except the youngest girl Kathleen, on tho Starke platform One ex- After
they are about 10 'old
by Mrs. W. attending physician, his conditionwas 238970. Of this number 3,510.-: finer club spirit developed among now about 11 years of age, and press refrigerator car has rolled ho wire may be transferred years from

on relief. This considered serious. 818 received adjusted service certificates I the boys. 'Woodrow returned home last No- from Lawtey this week and another the old posts to the living trees,
pre- Mr. Reid, a member of the liar representing 20-year endowment Seven club meetings have been vember after eleven years ab- was on the siding for Thursday which should at that age be about

rell Clothing Company of this city, insurance having a valueof held during the .month-four in sence. loading I five Inches In diameter breast high.
Welfare Asso was en route to Cordele, Ga., $3,535.667,980. The remainder Union and three In- Bradford these Mrs. Lltchfleld received a letter Prices for the week have aver. r --.

until the where his mother Is seriously 111, received cash payments or pay being regular ,club meetings for written the day before the tragedy aged around 20 cents a quart, the STAUHK GROVE: IIOI.UStEET.( -
when the accident occurred. lie ments in 10 quarterly Installmentsand the purpose of promoting club from Woodrow, stating he was low prices being caused by the INU
any cases of eras accompanied by two brothers, disbursements amounting to work through organized groups of planning to visit them within a few markets being flooded with fruit -

to Mrs. G. A. E. Reid and A. M. Reid Hastings 140,220,545 have been made on boys. weeks. from shipping points In the southern Starke Grove No. 278 held its

W.. F. Jones. residents and Mrs, A. E. Reid, these cases. Awards have been As a part of the club work a -a part of the atata. Plant City J last regular meeting for the month
--- all. of whom were painfully thoughnot made on 99,198 certificates matured moving picture on club,work will HOLY UKKK OIISF.R VANCE alone shipped out 603,816 pints of of March Tuesday night with a

seriously injured as the sedan by death of veterans, amountingto be shown at every point In both berries Saturday, the movement splendid\ attendance, i.S
crashed over a steep embankment, $100,291,207. To December 31, counties where current can be had Holy week, or Pannlon week will consisting of 22 express refrigerator Each officers chair was filled anal
A. J. Murden of turning over three times. The car 1930, the bureau had mn.de 2,692,. during next week This U a special be observed by the churches of curs, three freight cars and the degree staff In readiness/ for
< In an auto- was almost a complete wreck. i 532 loans direct to veterans on club picture and of Interest to Starke, beginning next Monday more than 150 pony refrigerators. the Initiation of a large clones of I
() early Thursday Following the accident, Reid was I their adjusted service certificates, every club member and their night March 30 and ending Friday Thin shipments holds tho record( candidates, which wall carried nut
accord- picked up by a passerby and takI I the amount being $249,505,525.77." trlen<.ls. night following. Union services will for one day from that point. For In an Impressive manner 1
I message to Mrs. en to Lake Butler, where medical Others Included In an Imposing The 4-11 Club Training School be held each evening beginning at the week ending last Saturday, During the Dualnoim, session the

1 Mr. and Mrs. attention was given. Robley Bruce, I array of speakers were Mayor Jno. held In Gainesville at the high 7:45: o'clock. There will be a different Plant City shipped slightly more report submitted to the Grove by
were taken to Lake City, who was Informed of .T. Alsop, Jr., who extended the auditorium four nights last week speaker each evening.! The than two million pints to market. our delegate Mrs. Rlnah Moore
Mrs MurJ the accident went to Lake Butlerto Ity'a greeting; J. W. Blalock, commander was a great benefit to the club meetings will be held at follows: Total movement for the weekending Shiver, wall rend and the grove r
J arm and her bring Mr. Reid to this city. of the Jacksonville Amert- leaders. Over 100 older boys and Monday night, at the Methodist Wednesday night: gave to Mrs. Shiver a rising vote
from serious In.I However, he was met en route here :an Legion; Fred Bosch, department girls from several counties attended church. Starke, qts. ______.,.. __.29,648 ,of thanks.
/ which had not by Kermit Reid, son of A. E. Reid, senior vice commander; Joe this series of meetings where Tuesday night, Presbyterianchurch. Lawtey, qts _____h___ 23,420 Reports from other members of

Their baby es- who started for the accident sceneon D r Chittenden state service officer; they received! instruction in puttingon --I the grove were given, and a letter
< Alvarez and learning of the crash and trans- t. it. Ragan, department commander programs, entertaining, playing Wednesday night, Baptist Total ?____. ___--_ _!'\SS.Ofl* was read from state manager, MIIIII
Graham, left ferred the injured man to the Reid of the D. A. V., and several various games and In general lead church. Previously reported ,_ ___._ 0,144 I Crump to the members of the
for Melbourne. machine, which brought him to representatives of Jacksonville I ership work. Thla .work was under Thursday' night, Christian !Clarke Guards: In which she thank
Thursday this city where he arrived several fraternal' order who pledged support I ,direction of Mr." Bradford, of church. Total quarts _____u__-__C0.2I2 ed them for the splendid work they
stated hours after the accident. A flat to the veterans' body In allis I the Play Ground and Recreation I Friday night, Methodist church. put on at the convention.Our .
condition was tire further delayed the arrival j projects.STRAWBERRIES. i Service of the Department of Ag The pastors earnestly appeal to Receipts __...__..-10,61360 captain presented the team
he was not ex- here it was stated. a- I riculture, Washlntrtnn, who r....- the Christian people of the community Previously reported __ 1, 36.00 I with a wall picture for the hall

the after- It was raining heavily at the ARE BETTER ducts similar meetings In every to support these meetingsby mode by Hoover Broa.
Total . ..____ ___.
- 112,140.60
time of the accident which happened ,- state in the unK their attendance. Let no secular There were two vacant officer
I about 6 a. m. and none of the New York, March 20.Straw' It waa a real treat to have the business or social affairs Inter : In our grove filled; Mrs. Flume to
I I COURT party saw any light on the barrier berries showed a little better quality privilege to attend these meetings. fere. "Could you not watch with COMMUNICATIONS MUST IK act aa advisor for the remainderof
:across the highway, it was stated. and condition this week and the Those attending from Union coun- me one hour?" Your Lord la say. SIGNED the year and Mrs. Chaatalne as
not Llge .airman. petit larceny, plead Several accidents have occurredat market responded quickly. Six or ty were: Mrs L. T. Dyer, Misses Ing to you, as He said to His followers junior supervisor.

I I not guilty; jury returned verdict of this point where a new bridge even cars a day were coming Alva Dukes and Charlotte Coffin, at a crucial moment of his All matter Intended for publication The degree staff. made plans to
j guilty. la under construction. coming from Florida and the best who are local leaders for the Boya' earthly life. Your cooperation In sent to the Telegraph must be stage a playotte for the W. O. W.

"IOl1al Alfred Barnes, threatening per. berries were bringing 38 and 45cper : Clubs, and Melvin Hemmelberger, these meeting will afford comfortto I signed by persona sending same. and friends date to be announced
bent Violence; diamlaaed upon pay SALE PROVING Hid SUCCESS quart occasionally higher. Average Claude Byrd. R. N. Duke., and my his cause Can you withhold It T I Unsigned communication cannotbe later. At our next meeting there
of costa offerings ranged from 25 to self. The Informaiton we received Everybody of every faith welcome. printed unless writer I. knownto will be a Urge clue to Initiate
Eugene Hunter, operaUng' auto Improved business conditions locally 35c per quart. Pints were citing there win be a great help in our The Ministerial Alliance.LOUISE editor. from Starke Gainesville and some

Uo Without license tag; plead goUty, are shown In the huge crowds at: 19! and 23c, with some real fancy club meetings and In the picnics a e from Ocala.
and costa attending the sale held by the fruit up to 25c.: and camps which will be held dur- JOHNS UKATIIEIl REPORT At the close of the meeting the
Eugene
t lag Hunter, larceny of auto Boone Dick Sates Company, starting ing. the summer. social committee served delicious
; plead guilty, $15: and costa last Friday, It being necessary HALE OF AUTO TAGS LARGE Funeral service for Louise home made cake and fruit' punchto
Richard. Jackson. embezzlement to close the doors on both days in IIEIKCM FROM: IAL'T1\'E I SERVICI7 Johns, 0-year-old daughter of Mr. Compiled by Starke branch U. about forty members.
: found not guilty by Jury. order to handle the customers. A report from the state Motor and Mr. Condra W. Johns of 1201 S. Forestry Department. .
A. J. Barnett embezzlement; Prices have been slashed, accord- Vehicle department today shows -- Edison avenue, who died Sunday Weeklng ending Mar. 25, 1931. IIEAUH O'L.UOTIU.N:5:

found. not guilty by jury. tag to Mr. Dick, in order to reduce that the sale of automobile tag After forty-nine years of active night, will be held in Sapp ceme- Date Max. Mln.\ Preclp. --
Calvin Hall 1 through March 15: service with the Seaboard Air Line fry near Raiford today at 1
open profanity con- the stock before Its removal to an- :since January Dr. Albert II. Freeman, formerStarke
lanued. other location, and for that reason has been large. Tb. number of Railway Mr. Wm. H. Struth of x'clock, with the Rev. Mr. McGuIre, Mar. 19 75 40 resident bait been elected
exceptional bargains were offered tags for passenger cars bas Starke was placed on the retired master of the Christian church, Mar 20 77 50 .47 president of the Ocala Rotary Club
Pensacola Horace Williams the buying public. amounted to 224,923. while tags :list! tbla week. Mr. Struth la planning Raiford officiating.! The funeral Mar\ 21 72 52 .08 for the year beginning! July 1st, according -
dredging Co., ot New Orleans I! -- for trucks have amounted to 41- to take a belated vacation ortege will leave the home at 10 Mar. 22 62 55 Tr. to a news Item In the Ocala
'mod trOIl1 dredging Sonta Rosa Bound Births 167. No arrests have been made. ,spending several weeks to Plant >'cl'ck. Arrangements are in Mar. 23 70 43 *- papers. Dr. Freeman moved to

bout location near Town Point to -- ,City and Jacksonville, and will then barge of Seanhole Funeral Par- Mar. 24 79 46 Ocala, shortly After the close of the
'.& one mile east of quarantine Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Roberta Apopka Press room of Chief devote his time to hJa small farm :'or*. - Jacksonville Times-Union, Mar 25 '75 53 World War and has been actively ,'

bo. Lawtey, March 21, son being Improved. I just west of the city' Umlta. March 24 tb. Total rainfall for week, 0.53 In. I engaged in practice in that city.




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rAGE TWO BhADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKE. FLORIDA FRIDAY, HARrn( ..

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the road-building program the will be expended: tlal system.) vork In road
construct,
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Bentley Makes state would not be In position to "First expenditure of the department "Remainder of first preferential: onstructlon. As a T''

match federal aid or to maintainthe should be for upkeep of ystem. status of soul
"Second preferential( system. completion "i- ,je,

: Plea' To FinishHighway state's convicts now used on Its roads ana bridges. This we "Third preferential system. highway system It tt ., ',11.1.

I I road construction. call 'maintenance and better- II "Fourth system. alder that the total ,?,a. aJr

)ir. Bentle! 's statement follows: ments.' Ordinary maintenance Is "And here are the figures: state read! department
Thy word is t lamp auto fat nd a light onto lh.-Psalm 119:105: rid
my ay p I "During >e'pastyear; in discus i i preserving the pavement, shoulders "Federal aid system No "n'i." bridge construction m
Plans she:
llTltoTrtriT rfF3fi religious teaching, doctrine or sion over the; State ot the questionof I' and ditches of the roads, and "72.78; roads $12,152.38000: ; ginning of the departm m. ,ID,

i>IJP 11..rt. ill.. .otUI2All: (if they are to have any claimI I tax reUefJju'upb, ; c; stress has been ordinary repair work on bridges; I '''ridges, 1550756.78; total $13 to the end of 1930. t $8'1*\

pon the love,loyalty and devotion of the people must be in harmony with I --- laid upon the expenditures of the I'betterments' means when we widen 03.136.78. 063.98. In addition hh ;|

i the teachings of ,Jesus the Christ whose words fit Into( every fold end creviceof Sujs Reduction of Income For I state through its( road departmenton or partially reconstruct a road "Remainder first preferential there was spent foi ,1Dlt.f::;
the human heart and of whom it wa said in John 7:46,"NEVER MAN of rebuild a wornout bridge, or replace '
THIS{ Koud Not In Interest construction and maintenanceof |for rystem, miles, 361.23; roads, $6- roads and bridges tht ,art of J
SPAKE LIKE MAN. a narrow bridge with one of / to.
Economy highways and bridges.): The pro 002.915.00/ ; bridges, 280000.00; 42507034.

WEEKLY SERMONETTKChrlHt who received the gospel but soon posal has been advanced, seriously standard width. total $6,372.91500./ C-

-- cast aside their vows: (3)) The!! sin- That the income of the state I that" the/legislature declare a "For maintenance and better- "Second preferential system Green Cove Spring, ? ,

The Divine Gu *"t cere souls who in a long period allow road department should not be reduced -:"holiday" lA'road construction and ments we have set aside in round Ho. miles, 61250; roads, $2,512-/ being made for widening (die

I John II::23. Jesus answered and the cares of life to rob them oi I from its present level for limit road expenditures; to mere figures $4,500,000 for 1931. De- 859.00; bridges, $1,825,000.00; total avenue. *

said unto him, If a man love me,' their spiritual interest; ((4) The the reason that to do so not only I maintenance, "of highways already ducting this sum from the $7,600.- $4,337,859.00. Mariuma Nifty Pressing C

he will keep' my words; and my faithful adherents to the gospel. would delay completion of Flor- :built; the object being to divert 000 there is left $3,100,000 for oth- "Third preferential system No. on Mal Itet street recently fed-!

i Father will love him, and we will IX.--Topic. Our Missionary task. ida's! highway system but that such money now used in road construc- er purposes, principally new con- :niles, 767.69; roads, 8596535.: rated and improved.St. .

come unto him, and make our "The harvest truly Is great, but reduction would also fall to be in tion to the payment of county struction. And there are sixty- 00; bridges, 985,000.00; total $9.- Augustine nrn n

abode with him.Revelation the labourers are few: pray ye the Interest of economy Is state bonds Issued for roads and bridges, seven counties In Florida, all of 81.525:00.: bridge to be rebuilt.

3:20: 21. Behold, I therefore the Lord of the harvest, ment given,out in Tallahassee by or to make further provision for which still have some state roadsto Fourth preferential system. No. -- .

stand at the door, and knock: if that he would send forth labourersinto Roberty W. Bentley, chairman, of schools. In other words, to pur- be constructed."Out miles 3,992.07; roads $48,265-:

any man hear my voice, and open his harvest. Luke 10:2" Place, the state road department. sue further the plan begun when, of this $3,100,000 there 51.00' ; bridges, $3,205,750.00; to-

the door, I will come In to him, The northern part of Perea. Sev- I, Mr. Bentley's statement is evok- in 1929, the 'legislature took one must be met the following: Emerg- 5147080100.. I. & It. Start 1

and will sup with him and he with enty disciples were sent out, two'i' ed by discussions In the newspapers cent of the three cents per gallon ency work resulting principallyfrom "Grand total No. miles, 6406.

me. 21. To him that overcometh'will by two, ahead of Jesus to prepare |, and in meetings of civic bodies gasoline tax: from the state road storm or floods, which item i3; ; roads $77,619,730.00, bridges VOILES & I'UI'4TS

I grant to sit with me In my for his coming Into the towns he I where the theory has Seen ad- department and turned it back to has, on several occasions, exceeded $7,816,506.78; total 8546623078. He l/((.

throne, even AS I also overcame was about to visit. vanced that in the interest of low- the counties l"'m"ratio as paid in a quarter of a million dollars a "The above total of $85.403,."

and am set down with my Fatherin I X. -'. Topic, The true Neighbor." er taxation state highway con- -this money If? be.applied to cpun- year; purchase of equipment; and ]I '8 estimated cost of new

his throne. Thou halt love thy neighbor asl] struction should either cease or ty road and bridge indebtedness, matching federal aid, the normal'

PrayerMay out1 home be sane thyself. Lev. 19:18.: Place, Perea. | be greatly decreased for a periodof and the sixth cent was added to aid appropriation now being one anda

tlfled and blessed by Thy presence The parable of the Good Samaritan j' years and that all or a part of school funds. fiy that act, the road half million dollars a year. Thus !

an out divine guest. shows that a need or an ability to I road construction funds now derived department lost in Income about it will be seen that our ordinary

What is said of one who Is slow help make persons neighbors noji I II from the tax on gasoline $2,250,000 a year, and the counties ; income from state sources. is 'mort FORDSAFETY

P to anger? Answer, read Jiov. i I matter what distances, or enmi- should be diverted to other stateor were benefittcd. gaged' save for, possibly, $1,250-

18:32.a : ties, or racial differences may exist. i j county use. "In the discussions, in meetingsof 000. ,

XI. -- Topic, Dealing with In his discussion of the situa- citizens, and In the newspapers, "But there is yet another factor. I

Friends and Foes. "Ye are my I tion the road department head much misinformation has developed. -I' Under the law, the road depart-!

I SUNDAY SCHOOL I Friends, if ye do( whatsoever I command 111- stresses the fact that while the For Instance, there" misun- ment must take in charge, work I

'; I you. Places Bethany, Perea. I total income of the departmentthis and support all able-bodied male
derstanding concerning the road
;, I LESSON I II Jesus blessed the Bethany home ofI I year is expected to be about department's Income-the sourcesof convicts. This class of labor has

; I IFOR I his friend with his presence. In the I $12.000.000, that of' this amount this\ income, and the proportionof not, until this year, been allowed

camp of his enemies he dealth with only $7,600.000 comes from state the whole which Is paid by the on federal aid work, and only to a

., MAUCII 29. 1931 every one with fairness, wisdom taxation---two cents of the slx-per people of this state limited extent at this time; hence

" Subject: Review of Quarter'sLessons. and rugged honesty. He helped his cent gallon tax on gasoline-and! "For instance, in setting up its j! it has been necessary to use the

., enemies by showing them their the road department's portion of I statement of anticipated income prison labor almost entirely on I ram gyp, i iIIII
wrong. the motor vehicle license tax. He work to be paid for out of Florida.'s I
. Please Read Carefully the following \ for calendar year 1931, the state I I
XII.--Topic, Foolish "Benot
living. considerable funds. The
' Review by a leading writeron states that with any road department shows a total of own average
the lessons. drunk with wine, wherein Is excess portion of the revenue now secured revenue anticipated of $11,002,812, number of convicts committed to
j
; but be tilled with the Spirit. from these two sources taken from our care is about one thousandmen.
Summary of Lessons, With Gol- and it may be said here that there
Eph. 5:18.: Place, Perea. Those It cost $424,957.91 to support IIII I'
den Texts: . I Is no reason...for believing this I I
Lesson I Topic, Character and who trust in riches and, live for upon thee and be gracious unto amount as.set-up to be less than them during 1930 It is true we uIIIIhIIq

;Mlsslon of John the Baptist. Golden their stewardship and live care- thee. The Lord lift up his counten-j the maximum., And here ia where make them earn' their keep, but
lessly in their personal habits,'are ance thee, and to do so must keep them employed -
Text, "Thou shalt go before the upon the funds will,come from: W
face of the Lord to prepare bin lining foolishly. peace.-Numbers 9:2-1-26.: I Balance-on hand January 1, 1931, and as they are employed most I ?

ways. Luke 1:76: ; Places, Jerusalem Prayer Father, as we enter 78615619.. ly on purely state road construc-

and the hill country of Judea. DAILY mULE READINGS another year, do Thou go with ua. Gasoline tax 2c gallon, $4,500- tion the expense of carrying on

Zacharlaa and Elisabeth were a de- Give us Thy Spirit, that we may 'I 0000. the operation Is borne almost en-

vout couple who were accustomedto March 27, 1031 reflect and lift up the living ChristIn 'Auto license (70 per cent) fund, tirely by state-raised fund. Should
all we say and do. the department's income be fur-I
praying much over all their mat- A Sure Guide Commit $$3,100,000.00..
thy way What does Paul call the templeof ther reduced we could not use the
ters. to Zach-
An Federal
aid
angel appeared unto the Lord trust also In him anticipated, $3,172-
; ;
( if defile this tem- convicts who would then be returned
God, and we
arias anounced that child wouldbe 876.00.
a
and he shall, it Triplex
bring shatter-proof
to'pass.
ple, what is the result? Answer, to the state prison farm glass i"INI'(1ld
home filled with
born In their Rest In the Lord, and wait County funds on hand, due and
the Holy Spirit from hla birth,.and tiently for hlm.--Psalm 37:5: 7. pa- read--I Cor. 3:16: 17. anticipated, $343,810.00.Total and become a charge on the taxpayers has sated many lives in collisions
e as the farm has never sup-
who would become the forerunnerof Prayer My confidence restethIn I'KESIIYTERIANServices estimated resources for
the Messiah. year 1931, 1190284219. ported Itself ,
Thee, O Father. Thou wilt bringto
n II Topic Significant featuresof 10 per cent reserve for "The statement Is frequentlymade EVERY new Ford is
( pass in my life every good thing Sunday March. 29, as emergency that 'Florida's road system equipped with a Triplex shatterproof
Jesus' childhood. "Jeaua increased work, $1,190,284.22.Net .
Why ia Jesus called the burden
follows: Is practically completed.: Anyonewho windshield. This is made so that the will
glass
In wisdom and stature, and In bearer? Answer read Matt. 11- estimated resources available not
:
school J. M.
10 a. m. Sunday attended the annual budget
favor with God and man. Luke 2830. -'for road construction and fly or splinter under the hardest impact. It has saved
of the at
Truby, supt. meeting department
2:92.: Places, Bethlehem Naza- maintenance for 1931. $10712557. _
reth, Jerusalem. Jesus' Birth In March 28, 1931 11 a. m. Morning worship, ser 97. Ocala In February would advise many lives and prevented injuries in many automobile
mon by the pastor. Topic of ser- differently., Requests were preferred
Bethlehem was announced first to "Of the monies to be paid in to collisions.
A Sun and Shield The Lord mon, "Memorial Stones" The by delegations thenlegitimate -
shepherds who visited the child, r the road department 1931
during ,
God Is and shield the Lord Communion of the Sacramentof This
a sun : Holy requests-which if accededto shatter-proof glass windshield is
then reported abroad what they from purely state sources, we have just one of
will give grace and glory; no good the Lord's Supper will be cele- and added into the budget as
had seen and heard. When the then these two items features
that
I thing will be withold from them brated. The pastor and session : adopted would have run the bud- many make the new Ford a 'value far above
babe, Jesus, was presented in the Gasoline 2c
tax gallon, $4-
temple he was recognized and ac- 1 that walk uprightly.. -: Psalm 84-: urges a full attendance of the 500000. per get up to around $25,000,000."Last the price. Others are the silent, fully enclosed four-
.11. this social service.
at
membership I had exhaustive
an
claimed by Simeon and Anna. At Auto license ((70 cent fund year wheel brakes steel
) ,
per sturdy
body construction four Hou-
twelve years of age Jesus was tak- Prayer I will sing unto Thee 6:30: p. m. Christian Endeavor. $3,100,000.A study of our road system as laid ,

en from his Nazareth home to the Lord, as long as I live. My meditation Topic "Why Christ Is a Worthy total of 7600000. down by the legislatures made by daille double tlng hydraulic shock absorbers, more
of Thee shall be sweet. I Master." Leader, Miss Grace Wood.A our engineers with a view to de-
Passover in Jerusalem will be glad In the Lord. delegation of students from the "These two Items yielded In 1931: termining what would be the sit- than twenty ball and roller bearings, extensive use of
III. Topic, Message of John the gasoline tax $4,527,699.18
auto license
What were the eight woes which Y. M. C. A. at the state university uation as regards a completed sys- fine steel forgings aluminum
Baptist. "Bring forth therefore ((70 per cent) fund $3,151- pistons, chrome silicon
Christ denounced against the Is expected to be with us at this tem as of January 1, 1931.
fruit worthy of repentance. Luke 378.57, a total of. $7,679,077.75./ I alloy 'valves
scribes and Pharisees? Answer meeting. "In going Into this work we de- torque-tube drive, three-quarter floatingrear
3:8. Places, the Dead Sea, and the regret to say that these sources of
read Matt. 23:13-29.: 7:30: p. m. Evening worship, song cided that every phase should be axle Rustless Steel and
Jordan Valley John appeared revenue have been decreasing rather unusual accuracy in
and sermon.A covered, and that we must in ad-
among the people preaching the March 29, 1931 cordial Invitation to all our than Increasing during the last dition to allowing for construction manufacturing.In .
rugged gospel of repentance. He few years.
preached individual responsibilityand Prayer Answered I sought the services extended. to all. "Another item of anticipated where no work had yet been done, addition, you save many dollars because of low

urged sincerity, charity, honesty Lord, and He heard me, and de- B.rTlSTSunday revenue, Federal Aid $3,172,876, is also allow for reconditioning or first cost of the new Ford low of end
reconstruction of such roads as cost
livered from all feara. This operation
me
and gentleness as the fruitsof my from the national government, and
repentance. He heralded the poor man cried,"and the Lord heard school at 10 a. m. A. J. can be used only In construction of will need working over before up-keep, and low yearly depreciation.
him, and saved him out of all his they can be considered adequate to
coming of one who would baptize Thomas, supt. Increased interest roads and bridges on the federal
with the Holy Ghost. troubles. Psalm 34:4: 6. each Sunday. Orchestra and Glee system. Not a cent of It can be : hold up over a reasonable periodof

IV. Topic, Wrong roads to the Prayer Thy works art marvelous Club choir much.appreciated. used on purely state roads or for; years. In explanation of this, TRK New FORD
will
cite much construct
kingdom. "For in that he himself Lord, my God. Thou freest me the maintenance of roads. ; mileage
Up until -
Worship at 11 a. m and 7:30: p. ed by counties and being part of (QfJllbId DE LUXE COUPELOW
hath suffered being tempted, he is from all harassing fears. m. Palm. Sunday address by the last year our average allocationof I the state system, which construc-
What docs God's do for
able to them spirit ( federal
succor that are at service. Rev. aid was slightly less I
pastor morning tion was of a light type and Is
tempted. Places, Jordan river, the us? Answer, read Romans 8- Mr. Adams from Penney Farms than a million dollars a year, but I
now worn out or nearly so, and'
wilderness. Jesus fasted forty days 26. kindly conductedthe was increased as of July 1, 1930 I
community very will have to be reconstructed. '
In the wilderness. Satan temptedhim to approximately one and a half
service last Sunday IIII'
morning
March 80, 1031 percentage of new work on these !
to seek to establish his king morning as the pastor was keptat million dollars per year for a 3- roads will according to the

dom (1)) by using divine power All Needs Supplied The Lordis home on account of Illness.B. year period, this increase being in character of vary the original construc-

for personal ends; ((2) by unnecessary my shepherd; I shall not want. Y. P. U. at 6:30: p. m, Gusaie the same ratio to all of the states. tion. So, too, there is a large mile-

spectacular performances; Surely goodness and mercy shall Mae Bennett, president. And by a late act of congress, an age of roads sixteen feet wide,

((3)) by acknowledging the sovereignty follow me all the ways of my life; Mid-week service Wednesday at emergency fund was set up for and some only nine feet wide,

of Satan over the world. and I will dwell in the house of the 7:30: m.Passion. federal aid to alleviate unemployment -
p. which to meet the requirements of
V. Topic, Power over disease and Lord for ever. Psalm 23:1: 6. Week united services be- which temporary fund add- PRICES
today and made safe for traffic, OF FORD CARS
demons. "Surely he bath borne our Prayer Feed me, 0 Thou gin next Monday. See program of ed to Florida's allocation for 1931. must be widened to twenty feet.

grief, and carried our sorrows. Bread of Life, till I want no more. these services in this l issue and let "The final item of Income in "The same data was gotten
Isaiah 3:4.:. Places, Capernaumand whom should 1931, county funds on hand due up
Upon we cast: our everyone plan to attend all the as to bridges. $430 to $630
other districts in Galilee. Jesus burden? Answer, read Psalm meetings. and anticipated, $343,810, represents I "For the sake of convenience
'
healed Peter's wife's mother and all //S::22. contributions from several I
the roads and bridges were placed .
the sick that were brought to him. NEW RIVER counties of their own monies to be
Me healed a man who was "full of March II, 1931 UNION MEETING' spent for them by the departmenton in four groups as follows: f...o_.B.. "--h,. pIrei..... .... J olI-". a.__ ..{ ._ .... _
"Federal aid first .uw. r.. ....
( .
on preferen- .
rwd .._ _.*
leprosy, and cast out demons certain roads MTM
wholly within the -
A..s.rMJ ....
rrrd ,
The Christian's ""
from Misson Preach, rl-a ./ __ U.4. ..1 CrWU C>__ .
many. sayltog. The kingdom of heaven is Held With the New River Church boundaries of the counties so con- ..

VL Topic. Accepting the stand' at hand. Heal the sick cleanse the March 28 and 29 tributing; and of course no part of
ards of Jesus. "As ye would that this sum lepers, raise the dead cast out devils -
men should do to you do ye also : freely ye have received, freely Saturday 10 a. m. DevotionalRev. construction.
to them likewise. Luke 6:31." "So It will be
give. Matthew 10:7: 8. O. P. Raymond. seen that $7,600-
Jesus set up love and prayer for Prayer Awaken the chuck, 0 Saturday, 11 a. m. Sermon- 000 represents the sum total of the
.
enemies and non-resistance as Rev. O. E. state road department's Income for
McGauley.
God to its healing, teaching, and .
standards of conduct. He also 1931 from the -
state that -
Refreshments. generally; .
I redeeming mission. - -- -
'taught the Golden Rule and urged 1:30 Devotional this sum comes wholly from two - -
_
Whence cometh wisdom and un- Saturday, : p. m.
mercy, charity in judging, and unselfish derstanding Answer, read Job led by Rev., S. S. Proctor. sources-a two-cents per gallon Wake Up Your Liver Bilel

service. 28:20: 28., Reading of minutes-T. B. Pin- tax on gasoline, and from the motor
VIL Topic, Jesus transforms holster. vehicle license tax. And that On FlftlzAvenue

sinners. This la a faithful saying, April I, 1931 Roll call of churches. Brief Re- not one cent of the $7,600,000 la .

and worthy of all acceptation, that ports from the messengers. derived from taxes on real estate. --t1dilllr, strolling shopping -Without Calomel !
Christ Jesus came Into the Great Power from God Be-
worldto "Now
as to how the
Saturday, 9:30: p. m. Who Con- panorama of beauty streams thru
save sinners. I Tim. 1:16." hold, I give unto to $7,600,000I
Place you power trols this Present Age--God or I this famous street of fashion. Thee ,
The Territory of Galilee. While I tread on serpents and scorpions, DatanT-A paper by Rev. L. 0. I Ceuraud's Oriental Cream yon eta And You'll Jump Out of Bed if tfcfa Mb b M* aovuc fnoI7 rear,..
Jesus was eating In a Pharisee's\ and over all the power of the ene- Hemingway. possess a skia and complexion that in ..e.u..- II lest dare is tea ea....r

house, a sinful woman knelt at his my; and nothing shall by any 3:30 Discussion COFFINS & CASKETS even. the mast attractive then the Morning Rarin'to Go G.. Mora mv rev MMUck TOT saw *

feet and wept, and anointed his means hurt you.-Luke 10:19.: Saturday, p. m. And a Full Line of I would be proud to h.... thick,bwl Uwt Md your nU to h A*
feet with ointment. Prayer-O Father, help us to on forming a Sunday School Association Try it tonight. With the very If you feel sour and sunk and the aka br tk. .rt to ....- TOTT trdeeh.
find -Led by Rev. M. D. Jack- Undertaker first tenth a fascinating, cltar, world look punk don't swallow a lot ...
VIII. Topic, Four kinds of soil. that power by daring those Supplies early of salts mineral .>sad rue lid does sad.....Tsar*k
son. appearance of radiant water, oil. laxative
"He went throughout every city things we tear to attempt. Sunday 10 a. m. Devotional AUTOMOBILE HEARSE beauty U revealed. Will *r* rob eudy or chewing gum and expect _r p tsae.d.H .
and village, preaching and showingthe How did the chief priests make d streak them ........._-..rd C4Rna..1.ITfLJUV1a
with use of Sunday School lesson Alwar. .. Ma... Tk* heal or spot. to make you suddenly sweet
glad tidings of the kingdom of sure the Sepulchre in which the -Rev. F. M. Taylor and Rev. C. .. at ... ......t ........ GOURAUD'SORIENTAL and buoyant and full of sunshine : PtLU....tar MM.....daaa..ag -
God. Luke 8:1.: body of Jesus was placed? Answer A. Crosby -...rY'.1 .......... .. ....__.. I for can't IT..IT ud Mfc.yoq fmt,".P&IId"IS >
they do
Place, The Sea of Galilee. In the read Matt. 26:27.: ........ It. They only Tsar ash ...d.M. ar.l.a N..
Sunday, It a. m. Sermon by Rev. move the bowels and a mare move- .... .
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of the Jesus
parable sower Illustrated RFG''T1RED! 1'L.ICHDEWITT !: awea.y erdaa
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bridge -- '-- -- -- -
will be --
162 feet '
long. The -
dot span will be finished by September ave been saved under irrigation able according to the technicalitiesof ters have a remarkable supply of other fish every three days. If this

"he *. News of Florida in Short Paragraphs 1, if present plans of the erecting while others suffered- from frost. the law regarding fishing in another game fish in them. Fresh water is true, 60,000 pounds of gar taken '
county other than the
, '(d c- delay.company are carried out without Miami--Because of cold follow- from which the license was issued one fish grow faster In our waters tha- from Lake Grim last year If they f

'Kdthe ing the rains of early March, ship- in the average of the United States, had remained in the lake would
I meats of Florida tomatoes last Palm Beach-A detailed check I because of our climate and the f.ic have cor>.!'uraed 8..840.000 pounds ,
I
i In n LIVE STATE 'NEWS Hastings. E. Mercker rep- week were only slightly heavier today showed gems stolen from the that feed Is plentiful the year of fUh. This win give you some
1840hF resenting the interstate early po- than during the preceding week.1 Palm Beach branch of Charlton round. idea of the enormous amount offish I
t: J tato committee, has Just concludeda Including boat shipments, about and Company last Friday had a .a have a number of species of destroyed by this the tiger of
! :: stay of several days in Florida 115 cars were moved from the wholesale value of $310,000. Com- game fish, outstanding among the fresh waters While I know i
rot)11 f luring which he held conferences state for the week. Because of': pany officials already bad esti them Is the black bass!, both large tnat a hatchery la bountiful and :
r; TOLD BY OUR EXCHANGES in the interest of better distribu- the unfavorable growing season, mated the retail value of the goodsat and small mouth-the king of all should be maintained and used to

tion of early shipments with grow- shippers and growers are expecting about $750,000. During the 48- fresh water fish. It grows bigger restock the waters, It is apparentto
-- "---- -- ---- ---.- ... ... '" ers and marketing officials. The shipments to be much lighter than hour period before the day of the I and multiplies faster In Florida ; me that the destruction pre-

Hen"JC enton-The farmers of Gilt State Forestry Congress to be held Interstate early potato committee last season. The acreage In all robbery, the Charlton Company than anywhere else in the world. datory fish is more essential. '
county have signed up tot here baa been set for April 17 and functions in behalf of better distribution south Florida sections has been reduced had shipped many thousands of.The largest large mouth black bass The fresh water flab of this stateis
500 acres of sugar corn for 18, according to information received of the Virginia Mary- by rains and cold weather, dollars In Jewelry back to the New taken In America was taken In not only an Item of food for our
rid! t t roasting ear market from R. G. Grassfleld, presi- land, North Carolina, South Caro- and yields are lighter, although York store, Sheriff R. C. Baker was Lake county, Florida, and it own people but is one of the
early dent of the state chamber of com- lina and Florida crop. much depends upon the weather Informed. The sheriff remained weighed eighteen pounds and 12 strongest attractions to the visitors
'
1 n, merce. Several hundred conditions during the remainder.of busy on the case but said there ounces. Also, the largest small who come to us each year from the
pka-Apopka' will soon' en- are expected to attend. persons Okeechobee Shortly before the growing season. were no developments. He reiter mouth black bass of which we have north, .east and west The people

Bln an Important gathering dawn today Miss Sabra Cox, bookkeeper ated that many clues had been received any record-nine pounds thirteen of this state should increase the ,
I State Beautification Conven- at a sawmill comissary Winter Garden-The former police and were being checked as ounces-was taken In Lake Eus- value of our fresh water fish and "
I which cornea to the William LaBelle-A trip to the sawmill thought she heard a burglar enter-, chief and night marshal of this .quickly as possible. Transcripts tie, Lake county. Besides this the necessity for conserving, restocking -
lards hotel In April. town, Sears, reveals the fact that Ing her home and screamed. 1. M. I town, ousted after last October'selection of the kidnapping story related by famous fish, the waters are well and practice of predatory

tS the big lumber mill, which represents Nelson, sawmill employe, en route shot It out on the street Otto Wegener, local manager of supplied with bream, perch, pick- control should be Impressed upon ;
IckscmviUe The Coast and more than a million dollar to his work, heard the cries and I early today with their successors the store, were being studied and erell, or jack, crappie, or speckled them before It Is too la...,.
otic Survey says Florida pos- Investment, is being kept in "ap- rushed to the woman's assistance. and were killed. George Brown, held him prisoner In a vacant perch, and some few pike In the Every day In the year In some
L 1,221 miles of coast line ple-pie order." The entire mill is Just as Nelson reached the porch, I former police chief, and Terrlll house after forcing him to give up northern section. part of Florida there Is good fishIng ".
heel by the waters of the At- electrically operated and Is the I Miss Cox, in her excitement, mis- I Hobbs were killed almost instantly. the key to the store, and the com It Is not unsual to catch with for some of the many specieswe I
jc and 2,530 touched by the last word in modern progress in took him for the burglar and shot Police Chief G. S. Brazell was bination of the safe hook and line the limit of thirty have. This Is not possible In '

t Of Mexico. lumber making. him dead, the bullet piercing his slightly wounded and was takento I bream or twelve baas in an hour. 90 per cent of the rest of the coun- '
heart. a hospital, while J. W. Burkes, Miami Carlot shipments of The bag limit In Florida la very try. Fishing is a most pleasant e
Cloud-At the end of the Daytona Beach B. T Adklns. the night marshal, was unseatched. Florida peppers were somewhat liberal, allowing thirty bream or profitable and healthful sport and !T .

two months of 1931 there president of the Jersey Cattle Howey-W. J. Howey, a large A coroner's jury, after hearing heavier last week despite the cold perch, or twelve black bass or jack, too. much emphasis cannot be put rk
J49 more consumers of Growers' Association of Illinois citrus developer In this state has witnesses who arrived on tbe weather In south Florida sections. or a mixed string of forty per H-v on the Importance of conserving* 1
current In St. Cloud elec-I and owner of one of the finest purchased rights to a process, for scene following the gun battle, returned By the end of last week, ship- There has been at least one stringof this resource. I

previous year in the history herds of thoroughbred dairy cattle storing citrus as developed by JohnF. a verdict that Brown and ments were averaging eight to ton twelve black bans caught by ou
e city. and registered bulls in that state, I Rudd of Atlanta. By storing the Hobbs met death at the hands of cars daily with about 60 carrots of man In one day that weighed 96

has transferred his entire stock citrus In huge steel tanks, the ox- unknown persons. There were no peppers being shipped for the pounds. This Is not possible in
iiaml Bringing Klwanians and breeding operations to National ygen of the air cannot reach the eye witnesses except the survivors. week. This was an Increase of any other state In the union. Not to2c
a -c.L'
of the middle west toward Mime Gardens, 20 miles north of Day- fruit and the processes of decay about 20 cars over the shipmentsof less than $3,000,000 worth of fresh
for annual convention of tona Beach .re thus stopped. First of the Tallahassee The governor of the preceding week and was also water fish are caught annuallywith

''il'il"I ,lUlls International here May huge tanks at Howey has been Florida may be an important man about 20 cars heavier than the hook and line by the citizens
" 7, two special trains will op- Wauchula Cucumber shipments started, having a capacity of 1,000 to most people, but to a small, shipments of the second week in of Florida that are used for foodon
I'' e into the state over the DIxier from here are expected to boxes of fruit The fruit will be freckle-faced newsboy he's just an- March last season. Shipments of their tables. Besides, there Is
( route. begin in a light way next week, withdrawn from the first tank, late other "dead beat. Came the time Florida peppers amount to 1.120 an Immense Income to the state of
with carlot movement expected In this summer. for the news boys to flood the cars to date compared with 370 to Florida to the commercial fisher-
ro Beach-Elaborate arrongenta April. The delay is due to adverse streets with cries of the latest this date last season. On Satur- men In the northern markets. 1 I I

are being made for theping weather conditions which have Fort Pierce-A survey of the local news events, penetrating even to day of last week, most fancy pep- know of one comparatively small
of the Indian River Digit prevailed during the entire year. harbor channel is now being the sacred portals of the governor's pers were selling around $3 at wholesale fisherman who shippedmore
fair at Vero Beach March The acreage planted to cucumbers made by government office. Soon in walked the afore- Pompano with choice selling about than $50,000: worth of catfish -

28, and It Is expected that exits in this section has ben consider preliminary to the advertisementfor engineers mentioned newsboy to "sell" the $1( less. Shippers report the crops last year. 1.c-J
will be shown from six ably decreased this season. bids for dredging.it out under governor. The events of the drama slowly recovering from the ef- As soon as funds are availableand 111 t
unfolded fects of the cold some method found to elimi-
intlea on the east coast. the recent $20,000 rapidly. Governor Carl- rainy weatherof
Bonlfay-Because! of the slow- appropriation. A congressional ton nad no change, neither did the a few days ago, but that mont nate a portion of our predatory V '11tnfO

mpa-The Republican state ness with which taxes are being has already been preliminary forwardedto report "newsie." Then came the climax. shipments are not up to the qualityof fish In the fresh waters of Floridathe 9
tral committee in session here collected Dr. J. J. Vara has issueda the district engineer's office at The newsle refused to credit the a few weeks ago because of the game or edible fish will Increase 'ff.

ay pledged solid support to warning that the county will no Jacksonville, It is understood, anda ,Governor of Florida with a nickel damage from winds, rains and cold 1 more than double our present

ver for a second term. Chair- longer be able to furnish free hog more detailed report with an esti- until the next day and walked out weather supply. The catfish, sucker, 1e .
n R. E. L. Proyar was authorlz- serum. He states that the state mate of the amount of dredging of the office with his paper still mudfish, turtle and gar destroy rt rtIfo11t
to appoint committees to plan continues to furnish the serum at necessary to remove shoaling and I under his arm.Tallahassee FHESII WATER FISHING A many times the amount of fish

finance a 1932 campaign. half price and that it may be ob- restore the original 22-foot depth LEADING FLORIDA SrOKT eaten by the human family. We i
tained from that Citizens of Leon have made a reasonable start In Jt
IdI source through will follow within a few days. 3- ,
acksonvllle Big scales, little his office. and Gadsden counties who have By C. C. Woodward. the elimination of these, the detrimental
I les--weights and measures of l icenses to fish on the Ochlockneeriver Florida Game and Fresh Water species. This work under!
Apalachlcola One 12
old
year must stay on their side Fish Commissioner the supervision of the department,
Okeechobee own I
ry description, tested and foundbe Deserting their girl was drowned and another was
Illegal were destroyed at hooks and nets, fishermen of this revived after being In the water of the river or on the water itself, Fishing In Florida Is our most destroyed 300,000 pounds of these .
according to W. T. Moore, Jr., I popular sport. In fact It is almost fish in Lake Griffin, In Lake coun-
office of Howard E. Crawford, section have entered a new fieldor more than 30 minutes at Lagoon
ounty Judge. Although the state 1 universal In this itate. Twelve ty, last year. Among them was -t .
ler of weights and measures, endeavor-that of frog catching. Beach near here late yesterday.
h offices in the City Utilities With an increasing demand for ;fame and fresh water fish depart-1 months In the year it is possible to 50,000 pounds of gar and It la estimated -
They! were swimming In the Gulf
Iditife frog legs, and fisheries paying 17 I'1 or Mexico:: and:: were caught by a I ment stated that no arrests would take some species of our game fish that a gar eats his weight in

1-2 cents a pound for the meat, strong undertow. The body of Af- be made by wardens for fishing on I from' some of the fresh waters of -
either side of the river Leon Florida. Florida has the
most
,
irlando--Creation of fishermen considerable wonderful -
soon a are reaping ton Haley was recovered in a seine
.. Orlando from the county officials advise citizens of environment for fresh water ir.
entomological unit in profit new Industry. Sev- last night, more than four boilrs '
the not to fish from the fish l In J. & IS. Store SaleJ.
I the Federal government for in- eral tons of the meat have already, after the girl was seen for the county the world. We have more
bilve research into the habits ofpit been shipped from Okeechobee and last time. "Tarty" Marchant, the Gadsden banks. The same advice than three times as many fresh water & l P. Contt-H Thread 1
vice and
works Gadsden lakes
/ versa. as any other state In the l''
Moore Haven.
Insect pests and into meth- other girl, was taken from the
Jefferson county citizen: r1"" o union, totaling more than 30.000 Ic H/toot ;
9 for their destruction, has been gulf 30 minutes after disappearingin t'
to the Leon bank to fish without besides tw
aver numerous streams and a
pounced here. AlachuaFarmers of this
sec- the surf and was revived. 1
tion have been fora a license, but It Is not au>in- springs. AlmoHt oil' in be ..,a'
i growing corn 1
Euatig- The Eustis city councils I number of years. In 1916 ship- Tampa-Members of a special f

granted a franchise to the, ments were about 30 crates. The I committee from the Florida Inland I I
:,,ody-Scagrave Corporation to shipment from the same point, I and Coastal Waterways association -
Instruct and maintain a manu- Alachua, was 157 cars last year. I were discussing plans here to- !ItI t
turlng gas plant in Eustis. Lawtey shipped about 55 cars of : day for raising money to pay fora J f,
"ark> on the plant will begin inr corn last season, which netted the report on a barge canal between :10t'ti ,
months. farmers from 60c to $1.25 per Pensacola and Fort Myers. The :

crate, most of which ran about brief, telling of advantages of the SOURCE I -
;
Havana H. E. Masters, manu- 76c average with crates furnished. canal would be given government THE 1.ft
turer of the Masterbuilt boats engineers. The association plan- I/ : i4..
s
Havana says orders for boats ned for the canal to follow the {,
Increasing all along and that Live Oak Azero Peeples has coast with side canals to Impor- J"
shop Is working overtime toP been arrested In connection with tant cities. F. L. Judd, chairmanof -lefJ. eS

up with the increasing or- the murder of his father Will the sub-comtttee, prepared a Motor Oil s" -0"11'/
ra coming in from all sections Peeples, on February 19. A formal plan asking each interested city to of ,
north Florida and south. Geor- charge of murder has been placed pay its share of the cost of the I ,
5sio1J
I, I. against him. The defendant report, which would total 6000. S1"'tC"
i furnished $2,500 bail. Bill Hilliard, I. : t
-;t Cloud Enjoying the most foreman of the farm, has been arrested Okeechobee Two thousand s1f1'

,,.orabla' weather conditions of as an accomplice. Will pounds of frog legs were shipped is not nearlyso importantas : (
season the 1931 St. Cloud fairme Peeples was a large land owner from Okeechobee last week. In (

to a close tonight, the exit and well known throughout Su- one shipment the Osceola Fisher- With Buick Syncro-
," In numbers and variety hav- wannee county.HavanaOne. ice sent out 2,000 pounds of dress- I

I: exceeded by 50 per cent those ed turtles And the prices were the i Mesh, everybody becomesan

former years. The daily: at- of the show places good, while the price of frog legs
.dance was proportionately en- of this section Is the new boy has Increased slightly, and the demand expert at silent gear-

ced. scout camp located on the: highway cannot be filled. For Instance You
.: shifting. can accelerate
between Havana ana -on Bill Hendry has a contract
Panama City-4Ilss Mary Jane I I cord. Under the able guidance of for 400 dozen frog legs daily or manner in which it is refined faster with Syncro-
.ne, daughter of Mr and Mrs. I Paul Masters, scoutmaster, the about 1,500: pounds, and the near-
C Cain of Panama City, has boys cleared the underbrush away, est he has gotten to it has been : I Mesh. And you can shift
1
the distinction of meeting the erected a concrete base flag pole, 155 dozen in any one day. Frogsare I to second
instantly
'mce of Wales and also his and are now in the act of build- now bringing 17 1-2 cents a on

it&er Prince George; as well as ing a scout shack containing 16 pound and the boys are bringing steep hills retaining complete
e I
lIIe honor of back of teaching gammon. them the bunks. them in.Fort "IT'S NOT WHERE YOU COME FROM-BUT WHAT YOU CAN DO/ control: of the car.

Canal Point-Vegetable shipments Pierce-A cattle fever tick '" -

JacksonvilleAs the result of from the Everglades totaled eradication campaign was inaug- j
e leasing cf the municipally own- 80 acres In the seven days ending urated In the developed portion of $1015 ,
Colton compress and warehouses Wednesday of last week, the move St. Lucie county today by state I

m' the.i 8' MUnicipal' Docks and Ter- ment being considerably heavier and federal authorities, coincidentally CRUDE OIL is not an automobile The best uality crude oil, regard AND UP-/.o. b. Film, Mich. 1(1H
Jacksonville's week. Ship- with similar work In a
for the
port move- than preceding
ent will ba The lubricant. It is converted into motor less of its source is selected for the
increased by BO or ments consisted of 24 cars of cel- number of other counties. t t t
ore ship',! a year, It .was elltl- 11 of 13 of cabbage, six area in SL Lucie county In which which
oil
ery peas
. ated by by a refining process removes refining of "STANDARD" Motor Oil. OwM.,.,1.1.,.,.,"C.I.P.La
Ernef: to be carried on
n E. Anders, city of beans, one each of romaine, po- the campaign Is t/1931 CmfttltREGISTER.ga/PJaae.v/U5.__
lermlllaLJ.Bonifay
mixed vegetables. prises the eastern portion of the
county and embraces all the dairy gasoline, kerosene and lighter fuels. based on our 50 years' experiencein

N early seven hun- Tallahassee Members of the cattle within the county. Dippingvats of
ed The lubricating value a motor the manufacture of petroleum
participants and spectators state board of control met with the I fences, pounds and other
thered at IIolrae County's first state budget commission at the : works necessary to carrying on oil depends upon the method of products. The result is."STANOARDw MOTOR
uai
peliiaff bee at the high capitol today to discuss proposed the eradication campaign have
hOI) and the used in the Motor Oil that
care re- after COMPANY
refining
iDlaJ auditor In Bonlfay. The appropriations! for the various state been provided and actual dipping year year

tUman* rna reached when Audrey institutions of higher learning. The operations are now under way. fining process, rather .. leads all other motor 1f
of Leonla school: won the meeting was closed, as have been Starke Fla.
gold cot, Clewlston At least 50 cent than the source in sales' the ,
at capital prize, aa the all sessions of the budget commis- per from"STANDARDoili '"
Speller ta Holmes commission's report to of the crops around Felda was destroyed +
bogs) county, all sion. The which the crude is territory in which it
and all grades competing. the legislature must be ready for by rain last week, it Is reported -
CrOa the law-makers within five days even though there was no secured. MOTOR OIL I sold.
.J City .Dii; county veter- after the opening of .the assembly frost in that section. Four thou-
of the World War have just here April 7. sand acres of tomatoes which o q''

,'feted I the org zatioD of a 10- would have been ready tq harvest THE EIGHT AS
post of the within the next week or ten days
IecUl1g American Legion Live Oak-Foundation for the STANDARD COMPANY :
IllIIIon floe Its name "Britton bridge over the Suwannee river at were drowned. At the Collier 3.
''baol1 Pct No' 94- Britton Suwannee Springs has been laid county experiment farms the crop
to wan tbe first DIxie county and work on the structure was was saved by using! the large INC O"AT'D IN KENTUCKY BUICKB
lllake the supreme aacrl"e started this week. The work Is being pumps on the plantation. This
during the war. superintended by A. J. Davisof form of farming baa proven sue- _
"' Bridge com cessful in the Everglades. In the :
u+ the Austin Brothers J ITand
riannatxfial; date for the pany. The steel frame for the ClewUton farming section beans j I In ; .





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BRADFORD COUNTY TELEdRAPIL TAB1U6 FLORIDA FRIDAYMARCIIIhI1t
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SEW AND SO CLUB MEETS!' on a rabbit. 'Two"prizes; were THE IMPORTANT FISHES state. These are the green.
awarded to the' lucky; Pnes little 32 Physicians AND REPTILES GULF STATES the loggerhead, and the hawk
Miss Betty Chamberlin was hostess Misses Mary Lotflse- Dyal and or tortoise-shell turtle -\ .
l t fSo.ict 1] to members of the Sew and So Elolae Hayes. Taking the region aa a whole,. gerhead turtle; often The lit 1
Club Tuesday evening at her home. 'The' dining,table, :white coveredwas Report FindingsOn the most prominent fish is the altalna I
Dogwood was effectively used in centerea.JwM-h an Iced birth- mullet, although this is relatively weight 1,6OO pounds, but the a'f.i
( decorating the living room where day cake,which held. eight lighted important only in Florida. Of the age weight Is very much less 'I\,
IW A 5; 1 1fj I_ the guests were entertained. At candles. paint refreshment of New fish that are generally distributed green turtle Is Intermediate In Zl
, 4 } TWO-PIANO RECITALIS ghosts, masqueraders, etc. I the close of an evening pleasantly ice Cream and-cak, and assorted Sargon and are taken: in greater lesser between the hawk-bill and! f the ,*
Act One. and candles were sefred. Mrs. Green each state the lac
GIVEN AT COLLEGE Synopsis- spent In sewing, bridge conversation quantities in sque- gerhead.
Scene: Alan O'Day'a Ranch the hostess served a was assisted tacouing! for the little Y teague or trout rank first follow .
; Miss Mona-Alderman and Miss which he has turned Into a tourist)tempting salad course to the guests by Miss Louise Snyder. So remarkable have been the re- ed by the sheepshead the red Raiford Plans considered- hi
; I Gladys Storrs presented a recital camp. guests, who were: Mrs. T. T. Long Those pre *nt Were: Jacqueline sults accomplished by Sargon'inhelping fish, or channel bass. Other valu- establishment of canning plant
, F '' of special interest In the College Time: The Present on a late Mrs. D. P. Carpenter, Mrs. B. S. Andrews ,Rivers Hundley Eloise restore health to counUess able species are the bluefish, buffalo Raiford Prison farm. M
I
n tI Auditorium on Tuesday evening, summer day. Carroll Mrs. H. C. RItch, Mrs. S. and Joyce Hayes, Margaret Lowry thousands of peaple that duringthe fish. catfish, croakers, grunts, Fort Pierce Newly opened J
I, the entire evening being devoted Act two: Scene-The same as I P. Vandlvlere- Miss Eunice PerkIns Clarice Gill.*, Mary UniLse Dyad past thirty days alone thirty- pompano, red snapper and Span- dian River Exchange Canned!
j' to music for two pianos. These act one, disordered by the storm. Miss Madge Middleton, Miss Juanita Barefoot,,Lucy Ann Dew, two leading physicians have broken ish mackerel. The most important will Install) equipment at once for l
1" 1 artists are members of the fac- Time: One day later. Florence Matthews, Miss Min Mary Williams, Irene Goodge, Vir- the rule of a life-time and have of these Is the red snapper, handling of grapefruit juice.
I ulty of the School of Music; .i Gruber and Miss Ethel Griffin. ginia Williams June and Jack Hall come out openly and publicly to the catch of which exceeds all oth- Palm Beach Electric tree
' The pianos placed curve to curve BAPTIST W. M. S. MEET I 55- and. Louise Snyder.- give it their unqualified endorse- er species except mullet In addition chlse granted to Florida Power"*!
,! i with the players facing each other --- YOUNG LADIES OF THE I .., ment. to the foregoing there is a Light Co., for period of 30 1
'./' ll made a tonal blending as of one I The Baptist W. M. S. held their CIIRISTIAN ENDEAVOR I LOCAL FIRM TOREMAIN So ,startling have been the reports great variety of other species suchas Arcadia-$80.000 set aside fJ
; instrument. There was a delightful business and program meeting MEET IN,,BUSINESS in many thousands of cases minor snappers, groupers ladyfish construction of new post nfflr.1
' 1 unity In not only the general Monday ,afternoon at 3:30: o'clockat that selected physicians in princi- whiting, drum pinfish, sail- building In city. F
I h Interpretation but also In the fine the church. Eighteen young ladies of the J. &'It. Store to Continue Operating pal cities were expressly retained or's choice, jurel, grunts, angel fish State road department will star}
t/ nuances and in the technical met- Mrs. G. P. Raymond, president, Christian Endeavor met at the In the Same.. Location to study the Sargon formula and and sea bass. work soon on new short rout,
t, ", er. This last was due to their was in charge of the meeting. Sub- Presbyterian manse Thursday eve- -- report their findings so that the The economic value of the rep- route from South Jackson rile t,
t +j graduate study with the same mae2 ject for discussion for the after- ning at 6 o'clock for a buffet sup- Having faith in the communityand public. might. know the whole tiles Inhabiting the gulf states is St. Augustine. I
ter. Temperamentally opposites larger than in other section. I Jacksonville-North Florida I
g noon was "Forgotten American. being Very well 'pleased with truth. any at
4: Y they blended their own personalities Introductory Suggestion on per.Following the supper, the young the patronage of the people of Outstanding among the number, Foremost among them is the alli- Duval county poultrymen bej,
together Into a harmony of Forgotten American Mrs. G. P. ladles continued work on garments Bradford and surrounding coun- are: I gator which occurs in every state meeting here to discuss I'roblem'
{ thought that made the ensemble a Raymond.Talk they have been making for local ties. The J. & R. Department StoreIn Dr. P. K. Drummond, plant,phys- but is of commercial importanceonly of poultry Industry.
Joy. The program opened with a The Jews-Mrs. J. L. Sil- charity needs. The organizationIs Stark. haa: Veclded to remain Iclan for the Ford Motor Company, In Florida and Louisiana. The Boca Grande-Florida bank opened I
E ,I charming rhythmical Gavotte and divided into four groups with here for ?good. This up-to-date Detroit, for 12 years. crocodile is also found In Florida Its doors for business win I
jv Musette by Raff and was followedby cox.Talk, The Mountaineers Mrs. Misses Isabel Fernandez, Grace mercantile establishment has been Dr. C.. J. Roberts, Philadelphia and occasionally taken. There are capital of $25,000.
the Arensky Suite. The French Alice Langford. Wood Edna Stansbury and Bea- largely responsible for the wonder Examining physician for: the at least five species of terrapin in St. Petersburg 8/xiiys Boot!!
School was represented by three Following the program plans trice Bullen as chairmen. Each ful values in clothing, dry,, goods Pennsylvania Railroad for 26 this section which are valuable as er)', Inc., granted charter to en|
numbers, as follows: Debussy's were made for the Easter Box to group plans to soon have a com- and shoes that the people have years. food. Four of these occur In fresh gage In general merchandise bus]
i "En blanc et nolr" (In domino) I be sent to the girl in Arcadia. plete layette furnished and placedat I been able to obtain In the past Dr. W. L. Malr-Graduate Mc- water, one of which the "mobllian," ness.
new to the local audience, is an atmospheric reaches a length of 16 Inches and is Jacksonville-Anderson & I
the disposal of doctors, nurses year-by working on a small margin Gill University faculty of Medicine, Clay
% v representation of a and the social welfare associationfor of profit and at all times givIng Montreal-Medical Examiner for very highly esteemed. The salt- ton, private cotton merchants, took thought Inspired by the Romeo JOHNSON-VVILMOT Infants, who are unprovidedfor. real value for the money.To Sears-Roebuck, Dertoit. water or diamond back terrapin Is over city's cotton compress anc|
and Juliet Ball Scene. Philipp's celebrate the news of their D''. O. Warburton- Gradaute also found in the salt marshes from warehouse on Talleyrand avenue,
"FelIX Follets" (Will o1 the Wisp) Mr.. and Mrs. G. W. Johnson 'of decision to stay*in business here famous Bellevue Hospital College, Florida to Texas and Is a valuable Tallahassee Bids opened foil
is so dalntly descriptive of its Starke, announce the engagementand U. D. C. TO MEET they are commencing: a Staying In New York. object of the fishery. This region construction of about six blocks oil
title that the audience demanded approaching marriage of their Business Sale which starts Friday. Dr. Eugene PerkinsPhysicianfor Is included In the range of three sidewalks near Florida State Col! f
many recalls. The Saint Saens daughter, Amy, to Mr. Ernest Wll- -- has soft-shell tortouses, which are leg for Women.
; The J. & Ro Store just received Western Electric Company,
The W. T. Weeks
Macabre" mot, the marriage to take place on chapter of the
,, a descriptive "Danse over ,.$10,000 worth of, Philadelphia. chiefly found In shallow sluggish
Dance 'of Death" was a favorite Sunday, April 5th, 1931. U. D. C. will meet, Wednesday afternoon brand new merchandise: which will Dr. .W. W. Kern-Examining streams with muddy( bottoms; both
April 1st at 3:30: o'clockat '
: t with the listeners. the home of Mrs. L. A. Davis. be offered to theV folks of Starke Physician for New York Life In- their flesh and eggs rank high as
,c' Interest seemed to center C. E. SOCIETY WITH and other adjoining town at small, surance Company'and many oth- articles of food. Two species of J. & R. Store Sale
t around the" modern number by MISS MITCHELL MADISON STREET percentage'I atto*(.<*ost I II ers. .V$-. snapping turtle also Inhabit the SILK BLOOMERS
Gershwin "Rhapsody In Blue." It GARDEN CLUB 'II I' Now,Is the'time,for,the people! In order that the :public may receive fresh waters of gulf states. Three ,
is a novel study In which the com- The Christian Endeavor Societyof - I.to obtain 'frealf:brand: :new: ,"up-to- thefull benefit of the advice important marine turtles frequentthe 37c
poser, baa taken the Jazz methodsof the Presbyterian church met at The Madison Street Garden Club 'date goodaj alvvery''low ,,prices.--: of these well-knowrpzphysicians, , : Gulf of Mexico and are sought
expression and used them In a the home of the president Miss will meet at the home of Mrs. R, F. Paid. Adv. "V*?.!? ." II their ,reports will be:published in I I by the fishermen' of nearly every
I legitimate manner thus producinga Lucille Mitchell. Monday evening, Demorest, Thursday afternoon at later issues of thii, paper. The ,
new art which promises' wider March 23rd. Splendid reports were 3:30: o'clock.ELIZABETH. Crestview-Ueeaf'Thomason, local statements of physicians of such
1' development; perhaps leading to a heard from all standing commit-' bulldlnlr'mate'rlal dealer start- standing are perhaps without pre- =
new school of wrltlng.Tallahueee tees showing progress made in all GREEN HAS ed constructloniof additions to.his cedent. Study their reports and
Dally Democrat. Mar. 18th. departments.The EIGHTH BIRTHDAY PARTV yards. ;*isvi*. profit by their advice. : 11
treasurer Mrs. Hart, reported Key West--Pub11c library to Sold by Canova Pharmacy In
OPERETTA TO BE GIVEN AT I $2 .OO In the charity fund, and Mrs. Floyd Green entertained at move to new''Qu rters. Starke; and Lawtey Drug Com-
U. IL S. FRIDAY EVENINGAn $14.00 in the general fund after her home on Cherry street Monday Fort MyeraConstruction of pany in Lawtey. PreEaster
all bills and benevolences had been afternoon honoring, the eighth ,power line to Fort Myers Beach .- '
operetta In two acts, "Jerry paid.The birthday of her daughter Elizabeth. I being considered by Florida Power Winter Garden Approximately -
of Jericho Road," wUl be given at following officers were elect- Fifteen children enjoyed the af- and Light Cot;. 1,000,000 boxes of citrus fruit .1';
the B. H. S. auditorium Friday, ed for the term beginning April 1: ternoon. Palatka J. .L. Walts mill, will be shipped out of this place .I
March 28th, at 8 p. m. President Mr. Will Barnes. The home was decorated with manufacturers of rosin barrels, this season. '
Mrs. Mabel Wall, director, as- Vice-president, Miss Grace beautiful spring flowers of dog- will reopen for pperatlons increas- Jacksonville Survey being '
'; slated by Misses Ruth Sternbergand Wood. wood, honeysuckle, woods violets ing local payroll approximately made of all Florida sites offered I'
Hazel Middleton and Mrs. F. Secretary, Moss 'Alice Fernan- and buttercups. Games and con- $1,000 per week.,_ government for establishment of
H. Long, accompanist, are In dez.Treasurer tests were enjoyed, the most pop- Clermont -, Mays store movedto national home for disabled volun- S-A-L-E il ilI
charge of the evening's attraction. Miss Estelle Ken- ular being the pinning of the tall Jones building next to theatre. teer soldiers.
r Characters: In the order of their drick. 6
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appearance: ...:Plans Were completed for the i. --- =.IlL. or = I ,
Uncle Pete, an old time Western visit of the depulatlon team of the \
er-Broward Lovell. Y. M. C. A. from the University A; II
Alan O'Day, young owners of of Florida Sunday evening Mar. Spring Opening SaleM At
Feudal Rock Ranch Mr. D. A. 29th. Also for the Union Sunrise I
:Montieth. Prayer meeting which will be held .
'
'It il
Geraldine Banks, known as Jer at the Presbyterian church Easter :J"
ry-Ethel Griffin. morning at 6:30 o'clock. a Closeout, not a Sellout{or a leaving town sale. We are going to

David John:Moore.Drayton, Alan's Cousin- ; '. I. ?..,GRIFFITH-SULLIVAN,,_F_, t t..--,-- stay: right here as long as our friends patronize us. MARfiUERITE'SSHOPPESpring G

:MImi, a flapper-Lena Belle -- And honest, we aren't going to raise, the price on a single item while
Shepard. Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Sullivan of this sale is.on.
Dora, Mimi's Cdusln-Mrs. H. C. Theresa, announce the marriageof
t.. Hilda Belle, to
RItch. their daughter Dresses and Coats
Cornelius Bean, from Boston- Mr. Seth Ward Griffith, of Miami; FIRST
Mr. L. Wyman. at Ft. Lauderdale, March 21, 1931. NEW STOCK, CkASS'MERCHANDISEQUICK
Amos Bank, an Easterner- :Mrs. Griffith was raised In Brad-
Owen Griffin. ford county and is a graduate of Irresistible in their newness .' their
Lettlce Bank, his wife-Minnie Bradford County High School classof SERVICE
Gruber. 1929-30. and has a host of cheerful patterns . their youthful styling -

Hazel Sandy Middleton.Bank, their daughter- friends happiness.who Mr.will Griffith wish her Is an much em- III Shadow Stripe Charmeuse yd. 32c ,Jfrwaf[ Slip Satin yd. ____::____ 49c . . Up on their fashions, too. crisp

Hunter, a detective-Elmer Mc- I ploye of the Merita Baking Com- Yard wide fast color Prints 15c- ., 28 in. Dress Ginahams ______ 7c linens, smartly designed and well made. .

Millan. pany of Miami. The young pea 32 in. ex-pood Gingham, yd. .._ lOc Colored Indian Head yd...: ___ 29c choice of colors and styles. . at prices that
will make Miami their home. "
Chorus of tourists, cow-girls ple 1 8 oz. Feather proof Ticking -.-._23c .5-1,in. Table Linen yd. _______ 37e cannot be duplicated.One .

Voiles all colors and cheap Men's Shirting yd. __________ lie

Peter Pan Dimities yd. _____ 29c Peter Pan Voiles ___________ 28c
rack dresses at _______ $2.50
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-:- LADIES AND GIRLS NEW SPRING HATS One rack dresses at ________ $5.00 I

MEN'S STRAW AND PANAMA HATS $16.75 Dresses at __________ $8.95

LADIES DRESS SHOES-MEN'S WORK SHOES $19.50 Dresses at :._______: 11.95
MEN'S AND BOYS DRESS SHOES. MENS AND BOYS DRESS
< 4 t+ dl i $20 J5 Dresses at _________ $lD.50
SHIRTS, 'MEN'S AND BOYS NECK TIES.
$35.00 Dresses at _________ $25.00
LADIES HOSE __ _______---._*: .-.______. 3 for 25c up to $1.50'pair

Our 'Hosiery .i.s.],{\''Special Bargain Spring Coats $12.95 to $24JSO

IiJ NEW STOCK- Values from $ID.5J to $35.00
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MEN'S PIN CHECK OVERALLS,. Pair,,..u11 J __ ________________ 89c ROLLINS RUNSTOP HOSIERY

MEN'S 220 WT.''OVEnAt.LS;'Pair 'irt- :: :.''I'lMjL:..:LJl; ,:'J. :....-. -'------- 98c .. ." .- 4'Kew,Spring{Shad f'1: 1 '

BOY's 220 WT OVERALLS. __.;.____1'_ 1 _______.-'..L____69c75c89cThese
are top grade triple stitcHpCworTTclothes': are real ,qualitymerchandise. $1JOO $$130 $1.95 r '

mi Also Work Shirts' __L___1__________,,:________ 49c and 75c '
I ALL SPRING HATS GREATLY

SFr -. "" ALSO GROCERIES: REDUCED
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'.\ .." . $1.95 to $12 J5
"' ,,' ",*"",:.:. .,' 25 pounds good Rice .___ $1.00 SEAPLANE FLOUR, 21s ___ 70c .

_1I )4; .'' t,. r'. , Black Eye Peas 10 lbs. _.!.._ 50c Bluebird Flour '24s _________ 80c GIFTS AND GREETING CARDS. FOR

Great Northern Beans, 10 lbs. SSc White Ring Flour 2ts ______ 90c ALL OCCASIONS

Pork and Beans for ._ 25c KEROSENE Gallon for ____ 15c

Green Coffee 10 Ibs. for ___,$1.00 Matches, 3 pkgs. for ________ lOc

Pints, Blue Mayonnaise 23c 1 lb. Jar Peanut Butter _____ ISc

i : Extra good Apples dozen'__ 20c 100 lb. Bag Salt ____________ 85c --

;. J I Chix Starter Mash 25 Ibs. .. $1.10 100 lbs. Laying Mash ______.$3.75 I i

S SS S ( 4 No-We aren't going'' out of business; we just make you real close prices BATTERY SERVICEAt :

-and give' you the advantage: (; ({Very:good buy we can make. .

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WANTED CHICKENS AND EGGS

i; 'M -- 1 Will pay 3.ic lb. for good (at Fryers this week-end I Smith's Service Station


4 j' 'fTIHAT the Pselflo Coast salmon battle the most turbulent dream* to ANDREWS: Authorized 'Willard Dealer
{ i.l.} return to their birthplaces to spawn and that Immediately after STORE
; pawning they die? The photograph ahowa a salmon endeavoring to I II : BATTERIES IN STOCK
'i 1"w '..H. f flare waterfall en the ftkoena River in Northern British .
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\ young plants before the runners Monday.Mr. .

t HAMPTON develop,but usually Is not in a H. P. Galney was transact

t MW Aea NI__.. C... destructive form until;about'pickIng .' ing business in Lacrosse Monday.
Bits of. Messrs A. L. Crosby, and S. It.
I time. 'The disease spread rap- Mott were visiting,frlenda In Five
m L. A. Johns, who has faithfullyand
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Idly once It gets started. In a cu- Mile Sunday.Mrs. .
successfully held< a position as cumber field and the Important J. J. Morgan was called to

b local Neyftsr section foreman with the S. A L. thing Is to prevent it getting start- the bedside of her mother, Mrs.

1 Railway Company here for the ed. It la a case of "an ounce of Barbara Dukes of Five Mile last

past four years, and has twelve prevention being worth a pound of week, who died late Monday night
Concerning Our People, Business and E cure." and was laid to rest In Elzy Chapel
I ; years service, having been employ.
of the County and Town.' : ) Thij disease Is controlled by the cemetery In Union county Tuesday \
Progress ed for years at Anthony and Wal- I
lar
use of either a liquid afternoon.
spray con-
do, has been promoted to road mas.
lab slating of commercial copperlimeor Messrs. H. P. Gainey and Olsen .
_________C! ter.: He has been given supervision .
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copper-lime dust mixture with Thomas were attending to business "
I'b S255---ic3is' "'ClC."C.'Clo'JClClClClClOCi:: over the road from Waldo to I .
sulphur dust. It Is to In JnckHonvllle Tuesday. :
N. D. Wainwright spent Sunday and Monday In Brooksville, and will reside at cheaper
E and Mrs. apply the dusts and copper dusts Among those who attended the .
In Ocala. Perry.Mr. Brooksville. Mr. Johns and his ,
[t Wednesday should be applied when the plants services Rock church last Sun f'f'ai
family are very popular here. They
: are wet. This copper-lime dust day from here were: Mr. and Mrs.
.a I and;; Mrs. J. L. Frazee were and Mrs. T. B. Massie and have many friends who are proudof can be applied with hand dust 'G. W. Hajien, Mr. and Mrs. II. P. :
, II I.
his
, In Jacksonville Tuesday.ors children, Tom and Joan, spent losing so promotion good friends but they and neigh-regret guns or using a flour sack on a ;Gainey, Mrs. H. Galney and Elder '

Wednesday In Jacksonville. duster. Applications should be E. M Anderson. ,
to -- bors; yet they consider that Hampton's -
. c M. Inman was a visitor loss Is Brooksvllle'a gain. made thorough. The first application I I Mr. and Mrs. E. T. Stewart of ]'
r9 Mr. Gerald Middleton left Mon- being made as soon as the AlachuA, were visiting friends and ,
The
cola Monday Hampton public school will
day for Macon to be gone for two render a play young cucumber plants show two relative here Sunday. .
"Nobody's Darling"at
. \\n, F B. Johns Is visiting relain months.Mr. the city hall next Friday. Re- true leaves and application should Mr. L. H. Galney and daughter,
bo repeated once a week until Lois, were business visitors In q
V Lacoochee.v ceipts will be used fur school ben
and Mrs. Wilson Bennett of : : Li picking time. This disease spreads Starke Tuesday f

W F Jones spent Monday Hawthorn, were the guests of Mr. JI __ _ .. fits.Those who enjoyed a fish fry at rapidly under wet-windy condi- Mr. S. M. Mott was transacting ;1
and Mrs. G. M. Inman Sunday. tions as the spores produced by business In Lacrosse last TuesdayMr. 1
d. acksonville\ Magnolia lake last Monday, Mar
. 23 the fungus are scattered by the L. T Dyer of Lake Butler 1
SPEEDING THE BONUS CHECKS The Federal' Government wereMrs: J. R Colley, Miss
rs, James Godbolt of Jackson- Mrs. W. L. Wall and Mrs. H. C. has borrowed this efficiency wrinkle, the Waterman Slgrugraph, from Hlldi! Durden, Mrs, C. E. Harper., wind and grow rapidly In the moisture was transacting business here leaf M1:

, ., was the guest of her sister I Wall spent Monday In Jacksonville Big! Buaineu. Picture shows J. L. Peti deputy disbursing\ clerk signinG! Messrs. C. E. Harper, J. L. Saun- on the cucumber leave I Monday "i'
s S. Dowling Wednesday. I fifteen veteran* bonus checks with one stroke of the pen by means of Jers, W. K. Numan and O. P. It would he well for you to con '. +----.
g the while E. 'IJamt, director of the Veteran Bureau. sider .
Slgnagraph. George Wood. They applying several copper-lime I State highway department taken !
report a pleasanttime.
Williams of Alachua. I Mrs. Junlus Smith was the guestof looks on admiringly. The Instrument shown was especially designedfor sulphur dust mixtures to your cucumber over 110 additional miles of Lake 'F
rs A. J. government use. Its big! and little brothers range: from the giant I
ofs Mrs. E. M. her sister, Mrs. Bill Jolly of ( crop as a prevention county highways for maintenance.' ''II
Itev.
it Thursday with. apparatus foe:'twenty cheeks to the small office size for five.SUPREME McCauley preached at the I ..
.1 I Waldo Monday. L Baptist last Sunday morning. At against thla disease This dust can Starke-State road department

8. I - I rr eight p. m. a devotional service be bought already prepared any erected signs at corner of Madison .

, p Smith and family of Lake I Mrs. R V. Turner and Miss m was conducted by the brotherhoodof of your local agricultural supply avenue and Walnut street, where

have moved to Starke and are !Loiselle Turner spent Tuesday in Jacksonville Lake City and! hoiinen. state road No. 13 and No. 28 Intersect. .
Ilon. here. Jacksonville. Starke. The The Manhattan Produce: ": .
ling their home I attendance was goodat
both services and change, with whom you ate Board of trustees of Bradford
e. enjoyed by the X'I
L. Johnson of DeLand. Is visit- I Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Epperson, Jr., eager listeners. contract for a cucumber county discussed plans for improving -

'ord his parents Mr. and Mrs. G. W.iBon. 'of Jacksonville, spent Sunday with I Those from out of town who at- recommends the use of either cop road No. 9 from Lawtey to

d Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Epperson. rI tended preaching services here last per-lime dust or a Bordeaux mixture crops roads
as a control for RUST on cucumbers Leeaburg. Leesburg Bargain
-I .41 Sunday were: Mrs. J. T. Quigley,
t D. E. Knight made a busl-: Mrs. A. M. Darby and Mrs. D. C. : % : Miss McGauley of Starke, and Mrs. It will undoubtedly pay Store remodeled and refinished. I

to ,Tallahassee Wednes- Jones are spending this week in Carter of Jacksonville.A. you to use one of these methods Dradenton Kanner's, Inc..

: trlp ,DeLand and Orlando. ij J. Durden, who has been vis- of control on your crop In order to opened branch dry goods store at

>r iting friends and relatives! here (left obtain the highest possible yield. 1020 Manatee avenue. ;

dge A. Z. Adkins and SenatorM. i Mrs. W. H. Struth is visitingher last Monday for Frostproof. K. M. Nix, .

Johns spent Tuesday and daughter Mrs. Lonnie DeSha of Strawberries are coming In rap- Agricultural Agent. : ': "

!In Tallahassee. I Wildwood.. t Idaly this week alao vegetables of .
esday . t : all kind are plentiful. J. & K. Store Sale 1

Wainwright, Jr..'made' Misses Kate and Leah Struthare 0JJi@ : a -
.r. N. D. I. Full I
ustness trip to Gainesville Prl- spending a while in Jacksonville 'i" ro TilE CUCUMBER!: GROWERS BROOKER

with relatives. : ,, MI. I'rmtl shiny. (".... 1
It Is evident that the 1931 spring Ilse

.rs. J. M. Mitchell, Mrs. J. E. Mr. W. H. Struth Is visiting his \' i " :tYtJ,,,, ,'. ' ((0 .. ,. . .". : cucumber crop will apparently be Mr. E. B Gttlney and daughter, I,

son and Miss Lucille Mitchell daughter, Mrs. Sidney Johnson of ;; fitl; : >;Sl/t t. < ''' ; :''\: about 10 days to two weeks late Eunice of Plant City, were visiting II
I Plant City. ; } on account of unfavorable weather friends and relatives here Sunday I
ted In Jacksonville Monday. .... .,.<\ J"4+ :L.
conditions that have prevailed Mi L It. and i
',,,, ': x' ,W' '. Oalncy daughter 666
Mrs. G. V. Anderson and Mrs. .< ", ,:, ';I o" >"" '. "' ,, #! since planting time. This will possibly Loin, were vlalllng In Jacksonville
Jr. and Ci
l Irs. J W, Andrews, '..." > : ... ' f;' : '! ;4)jP" :; " '.:w' ; .....' '
Stone of Archer are the t: .;. .,; .' ; -. bring the picking time at a
i W E. Torode were In Glen Pauline ,. \ ; ;''< '
: ., LIQUID ,
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guests of Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Da. ; \ .: l. : season when we will possibly have home by his daughter, Mrs A B
Monday.
Mary vis. 1l ; 2//" : i'f' i 1t' warm wet weather which Is usual- Crosby, Cure Colds, Headaches, Fever ';

jln. D. C. Jones of Gainesville, : ; iy accompanied by fungus dis Klder: \\', 1:. Itoauy el .-acrcmuc, li
int Tuesday with her parents, Mr. B. Witkovski of Jackson- eases. Wit" trapmtctlnf himlnmn her CURES BABY'S COLD '1
One of the most destructive .
after diseases -
ville left Wednesday spend- - 0 0 -- "
and Mrs. A. M. Darby.
ing several days here with his sis COURT JUSTICE HOLMES CELEBRATES90th of cucumbers In Florida ia STEAM PRESSING COMPANY ,

enator and Mrs. E. M. Johns ter, Mrs. E. S. Matthews. BIRTHDAY: Supreme Court Justice Oliver Wendell Holmes the disease called "Downy Mildew"or SUITS CLEANED PRESSED AND RESHAPED I
celebrated his 90th birthday at Washington, D. C., on March 7th. The what Is more commonly knownas 'I;:
picture shows Justice Holmes (right) with Chief Justice Chart**
Mrs. Dale Vansickel of Gainesville E. Hughes. "Rust". This disease appears on J. Frank Thoman-Phone 52 .t

was the guest of her parents .- - ....
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fflJ WORn Mr. and:'Mrs. }y.'... J. Epperpon'. "Wednesday - n. Miss Pearl JordaffTc-fJ3tarke:! : was 1I \ -. -- - .-' -. .

: ,' TIIERESSA .
I a visitor to Theresaa Monday.Mr.

Hilda 8ulllr. Cor. Floyd Fender was a/business
COLUMN SPECIALS MAR. &
Mr. G. W. Kyker of Newport, visitor to Putnam Hall,Saturday. 27 2iPILLSBURY'S
Tenn.. and Ft. Lauderdale, visited ,
W. N. Mr. and Mrs. Elloltt Gelger of ,Miss Thelma Sullivan was visitIng -
his old friends, Mr. and Mrs.
f>R RENT 2 stores. Call st. Johnson Tuesday afternoon. Green Cove Springs, visited Mr In Hampton Saturda'y.Mrs. .

ee J. W. Morgan, I-gent..2-20-U! and Mrs. G. W. Hlnson Friday. S. R. Swlndel and children
James,Minnie, K. B. and Walter, ,
StaitAttornneyaad H. V. Wateroakand BEST FLOURA
Mrs. E. B. Johns of Mre''John" I
R RENT 2 6 room. bath, visited Mr. and Jordanof
story
Knight 'returned Monday from Mr. Charley Edwards of Jack- '
I I
II guts, well located. Reasonable ,and! Lakeland, where they sonville visited J. J. Zeigler Tues- McRae Sunday. ",
Tampa "balanced" }flour
need it for
I pt J. W. Morgan 2-20-tf. visited friends. Messrs. S. R. and Willis Swindellwere -you really perfect baking


I i, STITCHING 7 1-2 cents I' day.Mr.. and Mrs. Clyde Hall. spent Hampton transacting Saturday. business In 6 pounds 27c 12 49c 24 95c
pounds pounds
J. A.
Mrs.
va yard. Bring Easter Mrs. 0. L. Beasley, the week-end In.Starke guests of - - -
your
Long, Mrs. ,E. S. Matthews and Mr. and Mrs B. F. Hall.
wing to me for careful atten- . .. ,
Jacksonville ---------
motored to
T. J. Griffin -- - '-- -
Mrs. Mr. L. T Dyer, county agent,
tea Mrs. Alice Jones. It* Monday and spent the day.. was visiting the corn club boys 3 pound can 2 Packages of
I FLORIDA:
II this week.
here
I IB RENT Furnished apart- Mrs.' W. E. Mlddleton. Mrs. A. Miss Doris Brown returned Sun- ..
bent either first second floor, CRISCOAnd Post Whole BranAnd
or Wood Mrs. T. J. Griffin. Mrs. J. }I. day after a two weeks visit with I THEATRE .
W> 6 -
room palntM.
house newly
Mrs. W. G. Halle will
Ritch and her grandparents Mr. and Mra.

Mrert.. Mrs. Hamrick. S.' Walnut its attend the district meeting of the in W. M. Brown of Brooker.Mr. ,GAINESVILLE_.- .. 0 ,_'FLA...... __ ._.. a mixing bowl a cereal set
Methodist Missionary society II Oscar Chesser of Jacksonville 'I
'
Macclenny Friday Is spending the week with Mr. Pro. Week of Mar. 27th I
>R SALE- -Home and 4 acres on All! for 65c All for 25c
West Call street, 170 pecan trees Clyde Mrs.Hersey.Viola Humphrey and chil- - -

a place. Reasonable price and dren of, Jacksonville visited her TODAY
arms. Mrs. O. A. Mitchell, b onn Springs
sister Mrs. R. M. Hersey Saturday.

lake, its MIM Pearl Norman. Cor. Messrs. T B., James and S. E. "One Heavenly Night"With MAXWELL HOUSE COFFEE I

R Trlest were transacting business
SALELimited number baby

MUcka Rhode Island White Leg- Mrs. Littleton to her Kite home of Jackson Sunday In Misses Gainesville Toreza Monday.and Lucille Ben- John Holes, Evelyn II GOOD TO THE LAST DROP J

porns, $12,:50 per 100. Also eggs ville, returned the Laye
w setting, 75c: for 15.: W. M. Ed227tf.- after spending the week-end with nett of St. Petesburg of their were sister, Added-Charley Chase Comedy
B. Robinson. week-end guests Pound Can 30c
ds. her father, Mr. F. I --89c
.. Mrs. Mary Kite returned to her Mrs. C. Sullivan. Art, and News. Keel - : 3poundcan I

OW home In Jacksonville after spend- Mrs. R. R. Prevatt and daughter _ .
BULBS-Free supervision.Contract O -- ---- ---- == -- -- o.

for crop at fixed price. ing the week with her sister, Mrs. Margaret of Mr., and of Starke Mrs. ,D.were W. .SATURDAY"BEAU' I Van Camp's Pure Cane I Waldorf ,

rs. R. W, GRIFFIN.,Lane St., Futch of Lawtey. guests '
tka. Mr. J. C. Jones was a business Moore Sunday.Mr. IDEAL"With I '
r Florida supervisor Saturday of last Ralph Beauchat:: of Mead- MILK SUGARlOpaunds50c Toilet
Perce Bulb Co., 1809 E. Marks visitor to Starke visitor at the Paper
ville Pa., was a I
t, ;
Orlando, Fla. 3-6-4t. week. and Mrs. C. Sullivan Ralph Forbes, Loretta
M. Pringle and home of Mr.

R SALE40 "" Miss Mr.Hilda and Forsyth Mrs. motored over Sunday. Young, Irene RichThe 4 tall 29c 4 rolls 22c
;
oad 13, acres of land on to Green Cove Springs and HastIngs 'Mrs. David Jones of Hampton Mighty Sequel etpefBequ([ cans - -
between
and
; Stark"e of her daughter, Geste"Monday
fey. $1275. half cash: : "long Sunday: was' the guest week. . ._ 0 h __ .__ -
''floe on Mr. Ossie Green of Jacksonvillewas i,Mrs.: D. W. Moore last Golden I
balance. New house, Age Special
Wilmot Brown visIted II n' Octagon t
Mrs.
and
'>" roved land. Inquire this of- the guests of his mother, Mrs. Mr Mr. and & Tuesday
: Mr. Brown'a parents, i
?** Jeff Underhill of this section.

> If Mr. Andrew Crews of Raiford. ''Mrs. W. M. Brown of Brooker Sun- EL BRENflEL4Mr. Macaroni Soap or Powders l
Saturday.Mr. Spaghetti
R SALE Three city lots, corn was a visitor to Starke !day. and Mra. E. S. Sibley of In or
Hicks Mr.
Clarence :
of 10th and street Carl Sapp Lemon of-
Cherry and Orange
relatives Mixed
!Store Forsyth of Starke, was Brooker visited or Separate
with small stock of goods, and Vasco at the friends here Sunday. A comedy even better than. his i
IIYtng rooms back of .tore. Sev- attending the dance given G. M. Morris 'and 'Jasper latest hit 4 Boxes for 25c
ee! room of Richard Clark last Wed- Messrs. -
house a very good lo- home Bennett and Mrs. L. M. Hen- Added Our Gang Comedy 5packages18c

:4. Mrs. Maria Thornton. 3- nesday night Under derson and children Arthamaree Cartoon and New .
Misses Eva and Beatrice __
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visited Mr. --- -
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of 0 -- '
Jasper ,
Rhoden and Gene, -
Elsie
bill was visiting Miss and Clearbrook Reliable Castle Haven
and Mrs. C. Sullivan Tuesday I
HAVE near Starke a'beautifId Sunday afternoon. Mr. G. M. Bennett WEDNESDAY"TEN

Sew want Piano and a and partly duet paid bench for almost;. W. "was Mr.attending Russell Carter the ball of game Woodlawn Sun came hold Wednesday.goods to Tberessa that had to get been his house stored NIGHTS: A BUTTERPound33c I Peanut Butter Sugar ,Corn e

responsible take day afternoon. Sand-
"P ww party to and Elsie Rhoden here and move them to the BARROOM"With
Thelma
a* piano payments and $send 8 monthly.is re8 of Misses Heilbronn were visitors to Hn Farm make near hIs future Jasper home.where he Pound Jar19c 2 I 18c

'or complete< ? information write Starke Saturday afternoon. will Sullivan was a visitor to William Farnum ; cans - -
A.
table Rhoden Mr.\
Piano Co., Atlanta Ga.:3- Misses Elsie and Thelma Saturday. beading an eyceptlDllal':cast.. I. -- .
133t Pat- Starke
Alive --
of Miss JloranMarie'DI'M.ler
were the guests Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Moore were Added Polly
tee Friday afternoon. Saturday. Come?*"aa RE Two The state road boys left Thursday visitors to Stark "BELIEVE IT dlt, NOT" '
IIIgOo'; upstairs sleep- they Mr. and Mrs. C. Sullivan, Misses .
where
1011a close! to bath. One two for Suwannee river and Lucille Bennett and L.
Toreza
before DSThPL
weeks
t1vO'r week and the other :'will remain for five M. Gainesville were visitors to Thurs. & Fri.. r+,

shots l Or I WIll rent my returning her. 4-J club held Clarke Saturday.Mr. '
cf the ShearerIn
3e of 6 The women vis- Norma
tDrtabl rooms com- W W. Packham was a .
Wednesdayat
furnished- for reasonIbie their regular meeting itor to Gainesville Mondays 'Wher{ > "rfaciion Is a Certalnll/'r'

rest :all and examine what the Heilbronn school house. Mr.! Clyde Brown was a visitorto I "Strangers Man
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Vr Homolock. -
rent W roolfer you before *>* Sebring Highlands dedicated. Starke Saturday. KtR"t - _Jlllltate' - ..II...-. .. -tte
.... Daugherty. It* 2,000-acre beauty spot. t -

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J'IM8!' pig/ BRADFORD OOVJfTT TBLBCtBAril.' B*.>Ii.. MLOJIIIDA FRIDAY MARCH Z7, lBry

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I farmers in Jackson county have :

Strawberries To I I II shown in nearly every case that I
I WRUF.FARM. PROGRAM |I II Ii very little or no profit was made : w:1
FARM NEWS SECTION I I "The Voice, of Florida" from the use of fertilizer. In a :
I I few cases 200 pounds per acre of
Get Low Rates
slight increase -
superphosphate gave a --
; Gainesville Fla.-Talks about heated until the dlatohJ
in profits. Similar tests STRAWBERRY JUICE sugar
9S 1ST Conducted By Important problems will be broadcast trained Into )
i week made' by experiment stations In sterilized bottles, ,III
I. L. T. DYER, County Agent Seaboard Vice President Notifies I at noon every day next nearby states reveal about the Many housewives have learned processed for 30 minutes in .
"'
I Commission of New Schedule from state radio station WRUF, same results.It that it Is convenient to have on ter bath at ITS to 180 degrees-
III8IiJ PEARL JORDAN, Horn Demonstration Agent I located here. These talks will be
Is commonly believed that hand a supply of canned strawberry -. The bottles should then be
stlle/
Wider eastern markets will be given during the Florida Farm land-plaster or gypsum is neces- Juice. Like other fruit Juices, with sterilized corks, and the /
Luncheon Features available to the strawberry growers Hour, which will begin at 12 noon, sary for best results, but five years this product is splendid to use In dipped Into melted sealing eat

;; Weather Has Held Delicious FloridaPeanut of south and central Floridaby eastern schedule standard of time.topics The has Just following of testing at the station here hare gelatine desserts, puddings, sauces, Store the Juice In: cool dark ploy 1IQ.j
the voluntary cutting of rates.. not supported this belief. ice cream and sherbets, as well as -
Pork Cuts on refrigerated express by the been announced by the Universityof Mr. Stokes states that close making a delicious beverage.
Back Truck Crops Seaboard Air Line railroad,I. Florida Agricultural Extension spacing has done far more to increase Berries to be Juiced should not back-to-the-farm There seems to b e a genera
Chlpley, Fla.-The flrst "peanut Charles :. Capps vice-president of Service: profits in the teats he has be over-ripe, should be free of decayed : moveVntLweeping
I ) pork" dinner to be held in the the Seaboard assured Eugene Mat- Sat., Mar. 28--Florida Farm conducted and studied than any of I spots, and should have a the country.' Many h.,1
News and Hints. U. S. Farm Science learned that good !
old-time
southeast will be staged at Chipley thews, chairman of the state railroad the fertilizers. By close spacinghe marked acid flavor. Poor fruit run
Jacksonville: Fla., March 20.- on March 27. The Washington commission in Tallahassee Snapshots.Mon. means that Spanish peanuts I makes poor Juice. When fruit is life beats the luring city
Weather conditions during the County Cooperative Hog Growers' Friday. The rates will be cut this ., Mar. 30--The Control of should be planted In rows 2 to 2 1-2 soft and delicate and the weatheris -

early part of March have been very !Association has invited some 200 season. Melanose on Citrus-E. F DeBusk. Feet wide and planted 3 to 6 Inchesin warm, fermentation quickly sets When cows are turned on gox<<
unfavorable for growing crops. .prominent citizens of Florida to be The service assured the strawberry Farm Reporter. the drill. Runner peanuts, If in. To prevent this and get the pasture the amount of grain f
ti Heavy rains, cold! winds and frosts its guests at the luncheon and shippers of marketing their Tues., Mar. 31-Aphlda on J.:Watermelons R.- planted solid, should be in about best flavored Juice the berries may be reduced; thus Iowerirt(
and Other Plants
have caused much damage to truck meeting at the courthouse on that perishable fruit twenty-four hours I. 2 1-2 foot rows and .from 6 to should be crushed and heated a few production cost.
rt crops. However, there baa been day. Governor Carlton, President earlier than by the refrigerated Watson. Farm Question Box. 12 Inches in the drill. i hours after they are harvested.
f more sunshine during the past Tigert of the University of Florida freight. The present rates have Wed., Apr. Important. Farm Better yields were secured also The berry Juice will corrode A little lead arsenate dusted k I
week and during these few days of and others have been invitedto prohibited the successful shipmentof Jobs and How to Do Them-J. when the crops were so rotated aluminum and other metals, and the buds of corn will help to 1 keg!
warmer weather crops have made speak. car load lots, Mr. Matthews ex- Francis Cooper. Primer for Town that peanuts followed some of the ,thus enameled vessels should be down damage from the corn bUll|

l better headway. Shipments of This dinner and program is de- plained. Farmers. legumes-aa vetch, Austrian peas, i used. worm.
most truck have been light during signed to help popularize peanut Although the strawberry season Thurs., April Practical Meth- 'or velvet beana-which add large The berries should be heated to
I, the last few weeks due to inclem- pork products, for which Florida for south Florida Is nearing its ods for propagating Pecan Trees and amounts of humus to the soil. increase the yield of Juice and to Clearwater 10-story bull_
\ ent weather but shipments should should be famous. While pork produced close, that of central Florida In O. H. Blackmon. Dusting give a more intense color, but a being constructed on Roeb
s'' show an increase shortly.In from peanut-fed hogs Is soft, the Starke region is Just beginning.Tho Spraying Watermelons for Anth- N. W. SANBORN CUPPRESENTED heat above 212 degrees F. is likelyto property at South Fort Hat
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Broward county where most as compared with the hard pork Seaboard is planning to racnose Dr. M. N. Walker.Fri. WINNING destroy the fresh strawberryflavor avenue and Park street

j beans are being picked, yields have produced by corn, experts declare ,extend the refrigerated express ., April 3 Preserving and 4-U POULTRY JUDGES and give the mass a brownIsh State highway department i ram
Beef Cattle
been light and the crop la in poor that the peanut pork has the bard service to avocado pears, accord- Developing Florida's : cast. Strawberries are rich InC progress in construction of r -
condition due to cold, rainy weather outclassed In taste, quality ing to Mr. Capps. Industry W. J. Sheely.Cattle Handlingand for Gainesville, Fla. The N. W. vitamin which such heating will No. S-A from Mayo to Taylor cowl
'r during the greater part of the and deliclou ness. The famous Growing Range Sanborn cup was presented to the not Injure. ty line.
season. Quality has been poor to Smithfield hams of Virginia, which Saving to Shippers Market and Breeding-R. S. Den- members of the Alachua County I A moderate amount of sugar

4 /air. sell at the highest retail prices, are I Tallahassee, Mar. 24.--Officials nis. t-H club poultry Judging team recently added to the Juice will make a more
The lake section was hit by simply peanut hams, some of which of the railroads have assured the --TONE in honor of this team's winning 'pleasing bevearge as well as pre-

frosts early this month which kill- are produced In Florida. state railroad commission that the INSECT WITH the state poultry club Judging ,vent a darkening in color. Un- J. & R. Store Sale
ed about 30 per cent of the acreage Peanut pork products will be the rates for shipping strawberries In MANY NAMES DOES championship at the Volusia coun- sweetened Juice is likely to lose
around Belle Glade and South Bay. only meat on the menu at the express refrigerator cars will be DAMAGE TO CROPS ty fair. The cup was donated by both color and flavor if stored long Ladies House Dresses
High cold winds have further reduced luncheon. It will be donated for greatly reduced and will representan R. C. Blake, Gainesville poultry- at room temperature. About 1 to 59c
vitality of the vines and the occasion by Swift and Com- and named In honor of Dr.
.t I average saving of *18.33 per Gainesville, Fla. Among Flor- man 2 cups of sugar per gallon seems
yields are disappointing. Growers pany's Moultrie, Georgia, plant, car to the growers and shippersin ida's gangland of Insects there Is N. W. Sanborn, professor of poul- to be ample. The juice should be
have been replanting during the which has taken the lead in the the near future. This refrigeration one little worm or caterpillar that try husbandry in the College of
last two weeks and it Is expected marketing of peanut pork wrappedIn and low rates are also to be foes by many names and damages Agriculture. The name of each
{p they will make up most of the lost cellophane to overcome the objection !extended for the blueberry shipments many crops, explains J. R. Watson, county which wins the cup will be f
acreage but It will be several weeks of oiliness. I of west Florida and the avocado entomologist with the Florida Ex- engraved on it, and one county will Strawberry Plants of
before any appreciable movement Representatives of the state pears of south Florida. periment Station. This pest will have to win it three years to ob- QualityIn
b may be expected from that section. chamber of commerce, the state The lowering of rates effects soon be known as the corn bud tain permanent possession.
Rains have retarded the growthIn bankers' association, the state al) berries, melons and vegetables, worm, then the corn ear worm, and Mr. Blake, who coached the
the Sumter county spring,bean press association agricultural and will save the growers a total finally the tomato fruit worm and team entertained the members, Loraine our fit,years aa plant growers this la the shortest
plantings but they are young and committees of civic clubs, and the of about $1,500.000 a year. cotton boll worm.It Chamberlain, Luclle Jones: crop of plants we have ever produced its not over' 85 percent
can recuperate. Other central districts University of Florida have been in- Until the 1930 season it was Is merely a question of six or and Eunice Nixon, at a steak fry. normal over the entire country. Quality of plants. ,
r have had to replant most of vited. T. D. Owens la president of necessary to ship strawberries by eight generations coming In one The outing,was attended also by the best ever-we are now making shipments) Into 10-

a their acreage. the association sponsoring the Freight, although the case envolv- year, and finding preferred food Dr. Sanborn, N. R. Mehrhof, ex- section.
The total acreage of beans for event. Gus York la county agent. Ing express refrigerator car for anywhere they can. In most cases: tension poultryman, and Mrs. Missionary' 1000 to 5000, ".50 per thousand; 10-
harvest from January 1 to May Is S strawberries was first brought be- the insect will hide, and feed from Grace Warren, home demonstration 000 or over $3.25. See our agent and place order. Our
estimated at 19,500 acres comparedwith GREEN FEED PERFORMS for the interstate commerce com- the inside of the plant or fruit it agent. The team presentedMr. catalog Is free for the asking.
20,500 last year. IMPORTANT FUNCTIONSIN mission In 1916. After investigations attacks. Blake with a book and Mr. Agents: Brownlee Broa., A. J. Thomas, Ray Newswn.
There la plenty of cabbage left in POULTRY RATION at Lakeland Fla., Montgomery Acting as a cut-worm, the first Mehrhof with a billfold. and G. W. Roberts, Lawtey, Fla See them and place or-
all parts of the state that could be Alabama, Wellington, North generation will nip off the tender der early to make sure of wants. We will hold yuor order.
shipped If prices warranted. Gainesville Fla.-Green feed is Carolina of tomatoes. Pearl or Cat-tall millet plantednow I
and New York City, the buds corn, peanuts, or
Yields and quality of celery have an Important item in the poultrydiet case again was presented to the Dusting the shoots with lead arsenate will mean Increased grazing
Improved considerably within the and now is the time for Flor- interstate commerce commissionin 1 pound to '10 pounds of ar feed to cut 40 to 60 days later. J. A. BAUERThe

last few weeks. Sanford is shipping ida poultrymen to plant for the 1928. In February, 1929, it Issued hydrated or air-slaked lime, will -
most of the celery but Mana- spring and summer supply, accord- its findings to the effect that control the worm at this stage. The brooder house should be Strawberry Plant Man JudHonla, Ark. Box 21

tee and Sarasota have about 900 Ing to Norman R. Mehrhof, exten- the freight service was inadequate.The Control here will do much to di- cleaned and scrubbed thoroughly -
acres of late celery which will before baby chicks are placed in it.
sion poultryman. I II railroads were asked to furnish minish later generations.When .
move during April and May. I A liberal amount of green feed express refrigeration, which this gangster takes ,the
Few cucumbers withstood the !will add much needed vitamins, was done. name of the corn ear worm, poisoning -
heavy rains with the exception of minerals, bulk, and palatability to Over ninety percent of the is hardly practical. How- .
occasional well protected open the ration. It is especially Impor- strawberries were shipped by this ever, a little lead arsenate on the
patches and much acreage at Win- tant for young birds as it acts as a, method In the past season. In one silks may pay with sweet corn. It Chevrolet is '
ter Garden and in Sumter county tonic, stimulates the appetite, and week about forty-six carloads were seems that varieties with husk extending -
boo to be replanted. Wauchula helps. Thus green feed will allow sent from Plant City, some going, well beyond the tip of the
growers replanted several times the bird to make a better utiliza- as far as Minnesota and arrivedIn ears, and those that grow off fast
and expect only about 50 per cent tion of more feed, which for the good shape for marketing. are not as susceptible.Since the world's largest builderof
of last year's acreage. The same young bird means growth and for ---S this worm prefers to feed

condition exists in central and the older bird, production.The Increased Porduction on corn, It can easily be trapped
f, north Florida. The movement will proper use of green feed is from the cotton or tomato field by six-cylinder trucks
Per Unit Is Needed
be from ten days to two weeks late. also very helpful In keeping a flock planting a little corn around in the
t While express shipments from of laying birds from going into a On Farms of Florida field. The corn should be plantedso
protected plantings are expectedlast moult, or at least prolonging the that it will silk about the time
week in March, carlots will I production period. (By Spuds Johnson) the first tomatoes or cotton bolls
not go out before the week of April The Florida poultryman can Farmers have been told over and are formed. When ,the worm is
5. easily plan to have a liberal supplyof over that they need to Increase feeding on the small tomatoes,
;, Eggplants have been scarce thia succulent greens every month in production per unit-per acre, per praying with common bordeaux ip
spring, there being about 400 acres. tho year, and la most sections of cow, per hen, etc. However, few mixture, plus 1 pound of lead arsenate 1 (lAfl r is r, q Ivuu
Fort Myers lost 200 acres of 300 the state this feed can be produced have stopped to figure the savings to SO gallons, is effective.
planted with the remaining 100 setback quite economically. Plan a 12 in expense that are possible with Later on an Important control ,
and will not start shipments months' schedule, fitting the different increased production per unit. measure is to pick up and destroyall
before April 1. crops In to the best advan- The United States Department wormy tomatoes.
Most of the lettuce sections have tage, was Mr. Mehrhofs advice. I of Agriculture estimates that it .

cleaned up their shipments. Ala- Cabbage, kale, turnips, cowpaes, costs about $90 a head to keep CLOSER SPACING, NOT
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cliua and Marlon counties are now corn, and millet are likely the most cows. The average Florida milk FERTILIZERS OFFERS
shipping lettuce from 250 acres. important crops that should! be cow produces 2,631 pounds of milkIn MORE PEANUT PROFITS I
About 400 acres of green peas planted soon. a year. It is conservately esti-
are left in the Lake section. Mil- FOR. mated that with better cows and Gainesville, Fla. Why should
dew Is showing up on older vines, PLANTS better feeding methods Florida Florida farmers spend money fertilizing -
h reducing the yield. cows could produce an average of peanuts when closer spacIng
The Pompano section continues Gainesville, Fla. The following 6,200 pounds or nearly 800 gallons and proper rotation are prow
c to be the source of the pepper sup method of obtaining good soil for at milk In a year. Less than half ing more profitable That's the 1
ply. Yields have been light and use in potting plants is suggested the number of cows now kept question W. E. Stokes, agronomist
shipments will continue moderate. by Harold Mowry, associate horticulturist would thus produce the same with the Florida Experiment Station
Plants look good but cold weather at the Florida Experiment amount of milk. Is asking after conducting a .
has caused much bloom and young Station. First, scoop up The average Florida hen lays 53 large number /ot tests and atudyInr Wherever you go-on city streetor known packers, oil companies and
,L peppers to shed. The Fort Myers some ordinary flat woods sod and eggs in a year. The average pro- : similar tests in nearby states.
", q acreage was badly damaged by pile it grass-side down, then placeon duction should be at least 150: eggs According to Mr. Stokes, experi- country road -you find Chevrolet manufacturers are using Chevrolet'

rains and much of the plantings: this a layer of stable manure &! year. If Its costs $2.75 a year to ments at the station farm here as six-cylinder trucks much in in
steadily
very numbers.
} were wiped out. It is expected that another layer of sod, and so on until keep a hen, one can easily see thata well as cooperative teats with growing Every
probably 200 acres will come back'i the desired height Is reached. tremendous saving would be effected evidence.Tens thousands of these line of business, every Field of industry
making a fair crop Of | After a few weeks the pile shouldbe if the higher productionwere care and feeding to get, better crop
dications are that there will be thoroughly mixed, and it Is then obtained and fewer hens were seed and use Better methods of culture. sturdy workers are on the lob is coming to'rely more and

quite a reduction In plantings for ready for use in potting plants. kept. All of these\ things take time, daily delivering goods
moving these
harvest to of grown to more on big, powerful Sixes.
June due a scarcity I There are 700,000 acres but they are well worth it.
plants. The Plapt City section had ed. Broward county lost BO percent corn In Florida The average pro- supplies, doing all types of light
,a 1,100 acres last year as compared. of 3,000 acres. Dade county lost duction for five years has been 14 Indeed, the demand for Chevrolet
with 400 acres set last week and 1,000 acres, leaving about 4,000 bushels per acre. That gives 8- and heavy hauling.
i no plants were to be had. acres. The movement will never 800,000 bushels a year It is esti- trucks during recentyears has been

Southern Florida potatoes are be very heavy and will continue mated that the average productionper Uoit Need it Large fleets of Chevrolets are covering such that Chevrolet ranks todayas
being; dug following the excessive light for three woks after which, acre could be brought up to may
rains with some cut in yield especially If weather la favorable, shipmentswill 20 bushels. In that case It would the nation for prominent the world's largest builder of six-
at Arcadia and Fort My increase to nearer normal and require only 490,000 acres to produce
public utility firms. Nationally cylinder trucks
era where some crops were not I continue untU June unless rained 9,800,000 bushels of corn. The and commercial cars.
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matured. South of Miami the crop out. While there Is some replant. expense of cultivating 210,000
.i coming out of the ground In good ing going on In the Lake section, acres would be saved.
shape, yielding 85 to 120 bushels moat sections have already replant. There are 700,000 acres grown to Chevrolet 1-ton dtaute with 131* wti..lba e $520-
( ...... .
$23
per acre. The Hastings district ed the low siMts drowned by rain. cotton, with an average yield of .p. -t)
and not Knew it 1%.- aorta ..a '57. H"1U. $$eo C..ar.... ...
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will begin shipping from Federal Manatee county came through with 101 pounds of lint per acre. The (to-I ......Mondavi.) $aU
Point and Bunnell sections the last little lost acreage but will have average yield could be increased to .
"All ......P.
week of March. The crops have few tomatoes for shipment before 175 pounds per acre, and this would JII1.LIONI of dollar art km sears o. B. Flint Mich., and Indianapolis, lad.-
not been hurt by frosts or rains May 1. There are about 4,000 five the expense of growing 43.- I. T_ could .bt prone.d nadir
The' Lacrosse section was hit by acres in Manatee county. The 000 acres to produce the. same sandal fonu imuranet.. I J
treat but plants were Just coming Vera Beach section with 2.000 amount of cotton. Some of tbooo apaiat I torn cow
through the ground and no damage acres has been delayed and will And so It Is with a large number loam inner or natal.alu. on and See dealer
other than delaying the crop has start picking by April 20. off the crops and livestock raised onupjiKy. Seed winditonn. run.biL your below -
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and .
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:plojua
resulted. The tomato acreage In central In Florida The production per unit
s f d On account of heavy rains the Florida is considerably lighter than .la. low and should be Increased &a...e"e_,"'......
tomato acreage In south Floridabaa last year and did not suffer from This Increased production would re-, eI .......... mccc F Torode Chevrolet Co.
been reduced to 6,800 acres such heavy ralna. suit In considerable saving to individuals i | Starke Fla.
from 11,100 previously reported. It has been difficult to get a good and tremendous savings In! %. ,
+!. Collier county lost about 1,800 stand of melons on account of the aggregate. j;I HAROLD C. WALL
j acres, leaving about TOO acres, 400 heavy rains and much replanting To get this increased production: ,'
ALSO DCA os 1M CHEVROLET a1XCTtdgfOl
ot which were partly harvested has had to be done which will make It will be necessary' to get betters I INSURANCE PASSEKCn.CAM.,47. w M.O..W ..... .......
is anti lost by water. There are about the crop a week or ten days late cows and feed them better, to gets f -
e( BOO acres left that may be salvag. this spring. better hens and give them better, STARKE. FLORIDA r

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RADIO TALKSOpp I could talk indefinitely about I work on reconditioning packing Change of train schedule Jan.

July 25lh. 1930 K.I. tax ._._ ._ $371.98 plant In northern part of town.. 4th aa follows:
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IMPROVEMENT AND hold tasks have an entirely new interest Florida and In the district but AUKUBt. llth. 1930 auto license ._ ._ _____________ 43.12 opened new bowling alleysin local.

BEAUTIFICATIONirv ; for the girls, and the our program today will give you September' 16th 1930. gas tax ___u_.._.- 27431 Wort building located on South Southbound No. 11, 11:23: a M.
Sept 24th 1930 S24.70
some actual gas tax - local.
experiences of home Wilson
Agent.) dish washing and sweeping usual// home demonstration who October 24th. 1930. It"J't" _________._____._._____ 234.29 avenue. Southbound, No. 107, 11:00: a. M.
District women -
E Keown. November 1 51 h. 1 9 ttt"uto; license 1279:
dusting
no longer are looked have . limited.
wrought great changes In November 24lh gran' tax -___-_--__-__-_ 1 .25Doofmlxtr 4OI'NTYmONTIII.V"I'.I'liTI''liI' >.:' .."
L followed a county. drudgery. their own homes. I fee! 1"1"" \"c'" I \S.14TM-- Southbound, No. 191, 12.04: a. ...,
counties sure you : Othi from'l. A.'l<:night. taxes _____n_.. -_-.144141) .
in home improve The I will enjoy listening to the Uoreinbvr: nth. gas "Hnx' -__-__________._.._-.-__--.___ .__ ._ 2t: .25December M""I'.v: H4.IIUOL Kl.NIJIUradford limited.No. .
''e program all counties living room in hundreds of exper- 19th, auto IKennA ___-_..._-___.---___._ 11 04 3, 6:35: a. m.
rot this year while I)|I homes is now an attractive gathering iences of Miss Jordan and the home December 26th, gas lax _____-_________..._-__..-____.__._._.-- 203.711 Bounty, for the month ei'
district selected some one place for the family, and a demonstration women of Bradfordand January lfl.1llenrrnl __ Southbound No. 103 5:10: a. M,
the Total receipt $150101
Union ( ffchoikl FftnilaOverdraft limited.
titular home improvement pro- place conducive to the develop- counties. January 1. 1931 __ 811118tteceipts
to be followed. The kitchen ment of a "higher life" within the 1)I.burraeM. during month 4316.09 Northbound No. 2, 4:55: a. m., local
t at- Warrants during month IMit\ '

I UvinB room received other rooms more In home. Music, good pictures, and FASTER SCHEDULES FOR 0 Kaynes H'LY ,1ST.June 1931 nieitlna" _______________.______.___.-___., .__---- 30(1( list Feb I. Utl l : 1913.69 Northbound, No. 12: 3.50: p. ....
,ion than any good reading matter have been NORTH CAROLINA BRICKIES W. K. Torode June meeting ______________.-__..--_____.__n___. 3:01): 1)1.1. 1e.iOn1. 1 j
I Our home demonatraI subjects of particular Interest to H. A. Weeks, June mi,-Unit _____________?__.._____________.. _n_ SOD Jan. 1. 1.11: SItcelpta local.
house developed laboring FOU.NRW YORK SIAKKKT C. A. "Flitch June salary secretary _..-.-_ ._.__.-..-___._._.--_.___ r.O.III' during month. 105 Northbound No. 108 5:29: lim
I women have the women. Stark! Telephone Company phone service" ._-._-..__..____________ 1.60 Wsrarnts during month -
[ methods In their own kitch- (1V. Alderrianecoidlng. deeds __________.____-_____-____-____ 10.00 Hal! Felt 1 I. 1931 .._ 370.71lrl.l. ited.Northbound
to Volusla county women have set New York March 20. - Solid W .K. Torode, warehouse rent ______________-___._____,_-__--_.._ 10.11(1Standard )( III. . No.4, 7:03: : p. ...,
L. wearing pedometers prove as their goal at least one-half hour trainloads of fresh North Carolina Oil Comiiangaa and oil ____________-___________u__-__- H1.4. nut .Inri. I 1. IOtl: .- _. 6fl. 4Itecelpts limited.
in steps made by Smith's Inrage, Irac-toi.. parts ______________,_..-_-________,___._ IIft/ during month 110.6ft
saving of leisure each day for every wom strawberries will begin to arriveIn J. W. Andrews.r.. lepnlr work ____,___?________._____..._____ ..90(1H ) Warrants during month ..II Starke
.dog tho present 614 re-ar-I an. Now they are studying what the New York metropolitan district U John,, 2 roll \\ II'<. u_ ___________________..___________... 1IK95Imrirmnii Hill.. 1",1. 1 t. ]mil Ill'o. 170.42 No. 101 leaves 7:00
Introduction of new ) Tractor Company" tractor part ._._.__?._.___________.... 11.15 : It : 1m..
In Dade they will do with that thirty minutes next month on a fast dally Harry Stern Uumbei _-_ __________*.-_-_u-.- --___.*_.____"__._..fll.8Hlt'h' Hal Jan. I I. mi .451.7HItecelptH No. 102 arrives 2:10: p. m.
enty-two women to get the most satisfying re- schedule which will place them onGotham's Heivlce statloi gas and oil ________u______________-_ .__ PAI ""rinK mouth 41645
keeping time schedules In their Hank of Starke. pny.ill _________._____._____ ______.__-.___.1,15-0:1: Warr'n nCN dining month R.: .SI nine Him Schedule ,
learn sults. dinner tables 24 hours city right n"1Vlliel Plant, water service' _______ .______dU__-_ 40.1Arill'HT till I. 1'Vti 1 t. 11131 .__ I7U..H7 \
rework. so that they can Never before earlier 1>lNo. 4 Southbound-\ : a. m, 1131a :
has there been so than ever before. rTH. Ill 'I I Ii
can spend their time to 0.i tillY'''''". lulu meei 'UK _ _ .__ ...-___+_:._______-__.,.__.-..____ 8.00< Hal. Jan t I. U31. _ 1 SOD.IDKiuelptH 4:01 6:31 12:14
they great Interest in making the home Beginning in April, and continuing \" ":. Tor....... July )meeting, _____-_, _____-. ____,-._-__,.__....,....__._ 8.llU )( dining month 1.8Unrnints m., : p. m., : p. m., :
er advantage. grounds beautiful as there is now. until the end of May, the A. \VfcliH, Jill)' Ilii'cHllK -___ ,_-___.____-.-_ -.. Soil \\ .11I-lnll' month a m,
.xtcnslon o( power lines has C. A. ,,Futch July salary' s ccrln.. ___.--_ -. .-__.-_..-______ SO.nR Hill Feb. I I. 1931 ._. 510.1(1( Northbound : m 1 '23
ho Trips to the woods for native plant- Pennsylvania railroad will operate HUt. :\0... UHnl 8:50.a. p
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ghl electric power light Ings have been made by many a daily "strawberry special.! It I "In'ail r'mil County Tvlt:.ftrmiiv |puI.clalement _- ...-__.____.____- 8600!1 Inn I I. 1IIJ1 . 8no.71'j m., 4 :07 p. m, 7:33:! p. m, 4 43 a.m ..
nomcs and our Florida wo- eel nnrlnrd (ill 1''nnp0li'il' | |' UHH. and oil ___ ____. .- ...-_,_--___-____ 82.onUnlKley | I Hi'celpts tlnrlng month ?_ Ml.70arinntH .
r home demonstration women and will deliver them direct to the I and t'"vIM. _.... ____ .. I.an \\ during input h till>>: ,
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n havt been quick girls. Duval county has established Pennsylvania Railroad Produce J !F. Coll.y. icpallH .-.-_____---_---_-----------_._--.-_------ I.HII* Illll Feb 1. 11)31 1 ..Vo.r"Fiat AIN. Tickets nnd Information atBmiU ft
,t Its convenience. St. number Ifniry' :Stern, 1"I1Ih i. ________.___.__--__...._...._-...____ -,'!.10 '* Service Station, next tu
tage a of real demonstrations Terminals located in Newark Jer- ____ ___ :*."\ Jim. I I. 1U.11 AU 71Ideilpis
reports 57 :SnilihCiuage; n-i'ii i 's .____-w__.,,,.__.-_..--.,-- e- ,
DSlnty women on yard improvement and all sey City and New York where I' I'. Jon, _. Nnppllr. _____,,__._...+____..__ T.T5 . ..dining month 60.111'Vll'.t. \ courthouse
electrical equipment purseD home liiirnniun ', ,.lor ,1'iiiimny I traclur'pdt,, to___-_-__-..,-.-_-__-.___ 721111"h ') ' during month .
e9 demonstration club women distribution Is made; to consignees. 1 ,' All.inui Mflt C,. l.olts etc. ______..___________._____-_____ 1.75 HH| I.h. I I. 111.11 __ 130.11Illxf.
thiK year. visit each other's homes periodically The train will carry from 30 to 40 1 'V. I.: Turudf, nai'''\0. ii-e lent .._______________..___-________-_____ Ii.i)))1 'n. Noverdraft Mimlnic of MullsNorth
Lucie Is _.__ ______..___ >. dining month III": : r
''Tils week St. county to the :\ 0. VolnnrlKhl, M' in'IIIH clecdn. road 44 __..- J"Kltib's ..
series of see progress made. Large refrigerator cars loaded with fresh Servlie Stiitl.pn, fielKht. nn grease _-._.________-__-__. ?" lt ccliip| tliiihiM; miinth 520
ducting an unusual orders have been placed with seed- strawberries. Ultiirs Merle "'till 10",. gee and oil _._____._u__________-_______ .5.1 tl. I \ViiiniiilB" dining monthoieldiafl I Train No. 12 3:30: p. m.

.rs to the stores located in their men and nurseries for and Hunk. of Htarke, pa'rnll|| __.__ __-u_ _n________.-_______..____ ? Fel b. I 1.11131... e. UN.I" Train No. 4. 6:40: p. m. ,
plants During 1930. which was an off ____.. 654.X11nl'I1'Ic6114MR \ III.I. > U
I
Ft. Pierce.the Uradford County? HatiU, payroll ____n_.___.?._--.._-_*-- .
,10 trading center shrubs. Nineteen flower shows "ill.' inn I. Ift'll .. H 'ft1 Mouth
have because of
year unfavorable -M. 19aO
request of the home demon- been held In the nine counties. I production O. Ilnynes, August m'dlnN' ________._____.._-___,--_______.____ :;[ i Every conditions 1,365 carloadsof W 19.} 'I'ur..le. AUKUHI inefllnK _____ _____-..._.--_____________ J."" \Viirriinln during monili 7IV *
tlon agent, twenty-two Ft. in the _______._______. 11111. F.'b. 1. 111.11: __- JI.HiIllt. Train No. 1, 0:40 p. in. '
county district has strawberries moved by rail to H. A Weeks. AimilBl' ", ,,,,ling ,_ _______ - .11.0"1 N,,. III- S
L.rce merchants set up in their I C A. Kntth. siilary s.eiptary, August ._-_--_---___ -__-_- -- - "jf.: !Sttirkn ifViiiiii 'O
annual
adopted an as their county terminals: in New York and New "ill tan 1. Illll:
of housed Uuiicley AT liavls: Inntlier;; and iialla ._. ---._*_*___-:_____-:_-::-:- 9 : : 211V' entail clones 7:00
ires special exhibits flower and most of them _____.______ _____. 611 H Itvcelpls dining inontli 12,fit : a. m.
have selected Jersey while 676 additional car- Hank, of Slaike. imvioll _____ __________ .-_u Ii! ,
furniture cloth- _______.______ __, _.._ I .311 IS Illll' '''IC muiltll% Mull arrives 2:40: m.No .
oil
equipment Mundurd) < HI Companwras. and -- -- - p.
a county perennial. loads were brought into this territory .__ ____. 4X,04Ilarry Hill. .Feb. 1. rial -... .. 235,59par. :
and food Klti"h'a Korvlcw Station, nuppllcs' __. ._____..__..._.__: _.-_ i
; magazines books Arrangements were made with by motor trucks. Metro Stern, I.umbei, . _____ ____.____._.______.__...-______ 21'2.21 I'll, .till- 1 t'UI Nn, It 4KB'Iteeelpls '
/ etc. The women from all .11p. __ .__ ...._ _... inn. I. Sunday service
plies seedmen in four counties to buy politan New Yorkers therefore Anderson's liuiiKo, liee --------------- IL7N <1 111'1 ilK monlll) ___ 101.3'

lions of the county met their good flower and garden seed in consumed last year 13,629,888 J hmlth'H. I'!'. Pulley din-Hire; repairs, :. III1.M'Oi'tractor-,_ ;- .;:-::::::,:::,.::::::::::::::::=-: 3 11,116: tin Wat I.'units Full riming 1. 111.11 month I. __ Hi"5 HA 00 No. 12 lust: train for roglntcrs.' {,
at nine ::10.711) Train 12 bust air mall connecllunJi.I .
me demonstration agent then the Junior and HiirKinan", Trlll'lortny." liactor pnrle-----------a---------
quantity Senior of .
and from ; quarts strawberries or about a HuH HeflnlnK! Cnnip.iny BaH ___ ___-_--_________?__._-___,---- MII.911 > Ill '.1.n. I-I'nl +
i (lock Friday morning Councils in the county portion. quart and a half for every one of Torodn, Ultcli Compuny." repairs _._____________.---__-____-__-___,- 10.111IV. I1. .Inn. ,1. till monlh jniiRHvcelptH .linn \"'I.It.\o1
Lt t time on spent the entire day ed out these seeds in penny packets the 0.000,000 who live in I 101. Ttirodo. warlluuNO), rent .____________ _.-.-....--___-__ 10.1111! XVnrriints. dining during month ____ I
I tour from store to store persons 11. H May. repulrlnir /Inldice ____ _..______._.---_-.......--.+----- 5.\111 Hill "'ph, 1. 1931 ___. . 2311.7M 'in. Ninrt of County liidir.. . frail-
king a and in this form' they were this area. These strawberries orig- J.V.. Andre v.., Ji,. fi-piilrlnK truck _______.-______-_._.__-._.__ U.Of I..... 111,1!tJHII ford, C'"n"Iut... of FlnrlII1I.'I.A'I'

that they might become ac- sold to club members. A few cents inated in 16 states Florida contrib- OCTOIIKH 7TH. IoHIl:{ .__ ttflO. I'I I. III:.11 r>SI.61Hi'eelptH 1 'hl: OFN
I _. _.:__._
availe O Ilayncs, Heptemlitii" meetingj." . ,
tinted with merchandise would of ilnrlnu month 2H U1'Warrnitts H 111'1.1 lleceusixtTo
buy a variety good seed. the .110
uting volume of the
largest
\ meeting _---r------8 ,
\ H.: Tolodo, September .
I 111-
month the heirs
at the same time the merits .. ,. _,________.____,..______ ... 3'11111' I IV. during legal I r. pi! ntsilvt's
: Dade county alone sold 2500 pack fruit. I A. i+nt.ii. j Sepienil.er Oiilary B CI clary Hal.' KMI| I, Hi.ll: IH IXl and all p .ra'>ns Inl.-r. -tndiliH
I had chance to learn A. Klllch, HUppllea _________ ._____.,-_______-__--__.___ .. S a.4M i_'. 1\... JJ: iiiimud lJ '.\K14 NC''
a goad ets; Broward county and Palm According to members of the I Hitch's. tiurvli-H. Him Ion. gus and oil _. ___________________-_. -- 3M.\lM itnl .inn, i IDI:;I II" nn, \"N\ nliovo, tsu ,
I 1I 'at kind of equipment their 10-1(I Beach sold over a thousand each. New York fruit and vegetable City l.lKbt nndVatei,. }'''",t. water. Hvrvlrv. _________-_----------. f.06 11rerllltH. ... ,lu\'I"\ '" Month, 4..UNViiriiints : A petition) lioa been fH' .l r ttniUiuliilinent
__ __ 22.1\0
wanted.Our Torodu Hitch iVmpaiiy, repairs __________________-__.---__ \ \ during inontli, ,.7rIllll. of "m'III"ol..r Ii
I ,,1 I women Palm Beach county reports tours trade the consuming season for Hairy Stein. lumber ____ ____________.---._--_->.----------.. IIII.HO Fell 1 1. Ill.11:\ 1114 t hu iibove entitled an' <'tniM, ,_ .Of
I women have worked out allis by the women were made to sixty strawberries in the metropolitan : hliindiird Oil Conipnny. N'I'a and oil _______,________ ____ fI.All I 1)b'. No: Ml I Kona IntfieHleil. aie Iteieliy elti.d ti
___ 4
_.._._ 78Marke
tractor-------
to J. F. t'ulley. labor on draw and l ?_?- 1'
to K1
I'nl. Jan. 1. lli.ll before
I of schemes get money home gardens. territory is every month of the Telephone Coliipany, phone service _._.____.-,_,-_.._...____ 1.16 I'.eeelptH ilui-lnw" "1111,11' h 23.01: itlipciir ih .1..I'.r .\\11., ma A. 11.1"11.on Monday on whli IDi

[try out their home improvementas Foundation planting and an open I year excepting September October J.v, AiKtiuwa, Jr., limor, and parts ___________.___?__-_-_-______ .iiKaker WHIIIIIIIS iliirlng) month due) mild petition\ tell1)o. hoartl I.i I. r
I when they found money was and Holmes. (Cor' Iron _____________________*_-__-_-_..____ IIM.OH IlKl Fed 1. 111:11.: ._ MIDI: I :niMl 1 unless 'a MiiltuMe: : r".',. n ll: vln
lawn around house th- and
every are November. __ ______ ________ ,________ T.M
I H. C \Vttll. liiHiiranci on ear -- - Jl.urKiiiitn .... the
I lessary, For example, the Ala- 'Tractor rimipany. 1 parts u -.._____.____ . _____,-.,._____ -. 1211' _? Jnn.. I. I1MI'\N. it"al ..421Uei'fltitM i /I' e'i'' 'I1t'.I.r.I"t'.r. : : over the, 'ntip, petition.,lrnnienV :I : ,
II M county women last year ItKPOHT OF TIIH. lees an n OK IIOMI '1111 M'1'II1: : t'1'1'\ OK SI'lUKI', Gulf lEeflnliiK Compiinv. gas ___ .__.____._____..____1______.__.--.. :./iS'nn I I ) rliirlng mnnlii VH)1.' iiiistin uf MIL Ii pruti-ium I will
r .. ...OIlIU110"1'11" OK riOIIIIItilt 1U.II: II. <*. Jnnes. HllpplleH ___ ______._______-_-_ ._.,_._._, .,1J \VaiiHliiM during MHHIIII' '.MMVaiiunlH .ipliuliii, I the I'etltloiier or sum. oth'
opted> a general poultry programthat llecelptaI.lwhts IIV. Hayes. piiyni.nl, on 10.10 taxes __-_. .-. -___:___________-__ 7ii \ itiirnig nutntli. a Jt.4ii i I' MUliatu urf auimiusliulvrit .
I the earned from the _ . uu__ _ ? __ _on _"1602.21 \ 1'1.) Torode. warehouse rent .________________.,___,__*_-..____.__ iniinV ...... ...... In >. siilil extiltH PUIMOII, nnd will IMP.IIH letterWknuiia /
money Water _ n. ? .n_. _-. ..._ ___- 11814 Hunk of Htarko, pavrull _ __ __ -..-..___.___ >.-._-.--.________ 84'1,211 .'"n. I. 1 I"11l I '2011,21 1 1I. Iof .IIIIIINII'l/l,, ,lull I Ilie l ..
lie ,
I of eggs and chickens could beat Supplied __--_h_.-_ .__ _-_..-____-. 20 66 NOVKiMIII-JH: 4TII.I 11131 l lvta.g.N LilllUltf. IIIIJULlIWin : Itt.1.I ) ...... hand and the ....,,1 of
I la Improving their homes. Fuel _ ____-_ .. __ _--n _________ ft.63 O llavnea, October ineetlliK" f ___..._______?__-_-.-________.-_.._._ 3.00 'runts diitliiK monthOvrl . .:.14 HI\ the I'rolmto Com of ItiuJtuid ('nil. ii.I1' .
Service deposit ___ u___ .___ 14.00 w. Id. Torodo, Ociobei meetlnw _____..u_._.-._.- ---..---------_- 3.01'1H. .ill-lift Feb. I I. Illll: 15670 I lorida, thla 4th iluy of Maich.A. .
Home demonstration club mem- Het. checks _ __._n.nu._______.__ 25.26 A. Weeks. October meeting ----------------.J-----------.00 INTKIIKHI': M HINKINU' I'I Nil: U 19 J 1.
jra, whether girls or women car- C. A. Finch salary ..ei.retary. _____.________________ III..t.0.' ... II OI U. A. OAIU>INkrTlHI !
Total__._________________u 11707.91Disbursements K.V.. Hayes, communion on taxes ___________________-_____..- ".n< 11111.1. J" n. 1. IU.11: _ _138S94 (: ":A'. County Judge and
program of "productive" work "Htarke Telegraph Co., phone service _-___.___________________---- .inn Hm'etpts duilnffWai month 21877>> Judge uf Probate..
cb as gardening dairying, poulor R. F. (Clark bal. on salary for January _________.________________10000il. W. H.: Torode, ware house rent _____._______.._____-_-________.__ .rants durlnic month n a-6-tit-4-S. r
Mtansbury' bal on salary for January __- 45.00 J. W Andrews, bridge lumber __________________________________,_ fl.*. 11111. Fed. I. 11131 _-__._. 160771 J
beekeeping, and this is ofest l ferry Johns bal. on salary for January: _--___ 4500: Standard Oil Company gas/ and oil _____.___.__-_________.._.---- 34.76 III.t. :NHal. ... IN MOTH 1"
t help to the family finances. Industrial Chemical Supply Co, aupplles for plant -__ 10.20 lulf Keflnlng Company gas and oil _______.________-.__._____. .liji '. Jan. I I. IUJ1 B4 07
Bunk of Starke: Ford Keps. 60 ret. Service" $.1.ml'; freight f 10.00 Kurtrman Tractor Company tractor pajts ____________-.__________ JIJ. Keuulpis diirlnir month. fa Ill The Stale of Florida, to W C. M.11. ...
ebave also developed many home labor $06.00, poles I1S.50. Kng. repair $4.00, office supplies ltla'h's Service. Station gas and oil _,__________.____?___.____-__ .53 Warranta durliiw month \''' 1 1, Urentlnics;
'titles canning baking for $13.40 _ -. .- J1439 Hank of Starke/ payroll _.__________________._________________ 18U.83 Hal Feb I. 19.11: .. ..- 97.611 It elipeeringEby affidavit appendedto
Rank of Starke note Falrbanka-Morne & Co. ._ 2D!>.77 III I-CIOMIIKU IN!), 10.10 lll.lrlrl '0. SMHal. tho Illll of Complaint In the Chancery .
let, basketry weaving etc., and J. Cl. Chrlntopher Co., guppllcn water department ________________ 16.21 O Ilaynes. November. meeting ____. ______________________________ 8.00 Jan. I. 19.11: 10,31309 I csuuo pending In the Circuit
e money returns from these Riverside Foun. &. Mch. WkH. Hupplleit water department 7106 W. I s'. "'orod... November meeting __._____________________._____. 8.011 K"c lpts during month 164 III Court In and for liradford County.
: Quigley and Davie lumber for plant ___________________u________ 1.26Kayoro C. A. Futch. November salary secretary 80.00 Warrants durlnic month 240.OOcverdraft Florida. wherein. Mildred McCall IsComulalnant .
trees
help the pocketbook con- Electric Cup. Co., electric auppllea __ 16.08C. Starke Telephone Company phone service-----------------------'JJ till I. Feb I. 1931: . ._..__. 10.16N28 and W. C. McCall I I.
derably. A. Kutch Bal. on salary for January _.--__.--___- 16.00 W. I:. Torode, warehouse rent ---_____.__ I hereby certify that th/ fore.oIna defendant that the said. defendantla
Palm Beach and Brow Standard Oil Company lubricating oils ______-_.__-!19.04UeWItt O Iloynes, Bond fee _.-__-_______.---__________- 1.00 ; statement. abowlnar balanitea. at a non-ritsldent. of the state of "
county C. Jones Huppllea for plant _________u_______________ 2.90 E. W. Matthews bond fee -_______- 1.00 the beginning and at the ending of Florida, and that hla residence la
county reports the club girls J. I_ SlmmujiH.. labor for plant parts etc _____n_________________ 11.16 J. If. Hitch bond fee _ ---.....-.....- 1 1.00 00| the month herein above stand and unknown, and there la no person lathe
flowed ______ ___ W. H. Torode, bond fee - of lb. recelpta and warranta Isuedduring state of Florida the service. ef
a regular club program on Starke Telephone Company phone Hervlre __________ __ 8 95FairbanksMorse ___ 1.00H.
____________________ J. W. Howell, bond fee --- -- .all month, corresponds with a entiiioen upon whom would bind
and
Company engine part 61.78 ...__ .. .
ery Day Good House repalra the records of I1nl.) and la trueand salil defendant. and the aald defendant
Keeping" General Electric Supply Company. elertrlct, supplies ________._____ H Howard, refund for tractor -- 12.VSHiirKmnn my
tb> the result that _____ __________________ 10000n Tractor Company, parta ----- correct to the best of my knowledge I. over the age of It years.said .
house-
daily R. F. Clark salary half month February ._ _ ._..... __ fO.ue .
__ __ .__
> I'" ..-_"ur" ninrv half rtnn'H February __________u______ 4500) Herry Stern lumber _ ____ --- - - 118H.91Uult ; and belief. I also certify that cause belna a 11111 for Dlvorns.It 1
4500 uaiu in comity commissioners. 1930 tax anseasinent the following Is a (list of all countydepositories la ordered that said defendant be

Berry Returned John.checks, salary_ .half_ month___-__February_. ___.._______-____________ _____-- 19.87 Heflnlna Company Bas and oil ___---------- -- <0.** each at the ,close shnwlna of the; the month balance herein In. and to the,:he said Is. heretiy Illll' of required Complaint" to appear at the l llerk'

Total dlxbureemeute87270,82 first .elated and the mount ofsecurity (' office Htarke, Florida. to a.w.w.r I
_ 81123.14Rrr.plt.letloa
J & K Total Ilrcpl.latlonJuly by each 'such' depository said. UIU on the Bill day of

Store Sale __________ 1st. 1930 amount on hand ---'!IS?.It? and amount of Interest paid or credited ; April A. _> mil, :r.. 1i.i..tk': ' Xlegallnne
February Int. amount on hand .__ _... $2.428.611 Deiember: 3lst. 1930 receipts -. during said month by each salt 1 ; ii I said b :.
WORK SHOES Feb. 28. receipt ----------------------------.--- 1.707.91 $7un.n depository on account of currentdally confessed.It .
31st, 19.10:' dlsburaements as
December -
--
February 28, disbursement __________- 1,123,44Amount 9,011.03 Amount to balance _ - - -_ --_ .- .- .i-uaa balances or time deposits la. further ordered that tkla order .
$139 to balance ---_ Witness my hand thl. III day of be published one. a week fur
.4tFebruary $12,29007: January, 19.1. four onse..utlve weeks. In the llrad-
$4.13446_$4.134 A. J. nniFFis.! ford. County Telegraph a newspaper 1;
rwomher list amoiinf on hand ".41101\8)) \ _County Mupterlnteii'lentDOROTHY of general circulation published
tl,,OH 03
amount hand
28th on i//
-- -- '--- In Ilradford county, Florida.
-- --- -
-- ------------t ----- - ,. .
- Dunn and. ordered. at Htarke, Floe "
DARNIT----------- Icy larks/ MCM(1nus Ida this 4th day. of March, A. D..

1931.'r' AI.DKIIMAN.
....I nil ., i ii . iii.iaia nPaa.iaaii .. nm i i i i I, i | | J i.i .. I .. ...... \; : Circuit Court, j
AS ( ATTRMTi: above l la a true ropy of
So YOU RE THE CUV THAT'SCOT WHY-HE'S) :: SORRY YOU FIERE IE 50 { MIGHT ) I the nrlKlnal uflln In my office.l. t'

MY.JoB -WELL You THERE ARE ONLY/ HE KEEPS eU Y- COMES WELL START "J [ ff ( 0. W. AI.II IUIAN.
Clerk' Circuit Court.
L CAN HAVE ITI'M CLAD SEVEN DAYS |IN" YOU GOT TO STAND PLEASING rM 5 5&z 1.8-M-4.a.

I'M| THROUGH TO e ..
VEEKHES A ON YOUR HEAD --- -- -
HovJ ISlist _.CEE'; IT
SUAVE DRIVER HIM r 1'10'1'10\\ 4)I' I11JI4C'I'IOr: :
I : pose LOOKS VKE PLEASE 1 tr\--! f ---..

To WORK moo, A TouCH Ily power vcated II. them by the
lawa of Florida the Hoard of Pnk-

II foR X JOB I Ji Ito Instruction of Ilradford County

alia an election to be held at the
following named placea on April
r elI fII\i: I. the Tth, 1(31. for the purpose of
/ decline three trustees. .each and determining .. '
$ 111ar the mlllace to be aaaesse4

I In each district
For the purpose of holding saM
election the managers are a. fol-
I lowat

For Lawleyi Jamas Rosier, R. R.
\ Thede and I. M. Murrhee.

I S. For Hellbronn-. 1>. (lre.n. W. C.
Clemons and Iwinile. Htarllny
For Iloatdr-lni M. U IrlfTIs, W.
W. Coleman: and John Prevatt.
For Ilrooker-!. M. llaasn. B. r. y
i rL7 Helen and J. M. Mott.
e A. J. ORIFFIfl.
r If. P. MAT secretary
Chairman. ...-It..-..
n .

,_ ilAS. QIQlr1ANUS.", noTica
-- - -- t
-. . : ::..: ==--_ The State of Florida, to VerdlainBston
- --.
., ,
By L. F. Van Zelm l It appearlna. Ureetlnre; by affidavit: appended v

LE} : MAIN THING ON MAIN STREET'-- Chancery to the cause Illll of pending Complaint In the In CIrCuit the- ,

Court In and for Bradford County '
) l I Florida, wherein Carl K. Ijtnajs-
,,' ton; la Complainant I and Verdle ',
oily 3uizI'IAN '..in..lon la. defendant. that the sale.
914 ISN t tMlg \ defendant. I. a non-resident. of the t
[ stale of Florida and that her residence -
STQEETS iuN,2 cEQ CCNI'IE 6 Is unknown and there la neperaon ,
COMptu ())1.4 ElN'iI< I r
"1 ePAPQ) \ In the elate of Florida the ecervlee
YpJ'AE: ''So r2OMAHTiC! ...,. of a subpoena. upon whom 'I
1 MM would hind said' defendant and that 4.
BANKER COYNE said defendant le over the a.e of
Jp 'I years. said cause being a CHI forlilvurce.

LOVES NATURE ... ... . It la ordered .that aaldiefendant
be and she la hereby re-
-
1 1r 'lulreil to appear to the said Mill of
J.O CC't'E 7 .. Complaint at the Clerk's. office leItjtrlie
\LOCAL .df.4 WA''IGIN' AROUnD Florida/ to answer said Pitt
3ANkiQ,144QO '1 <( CALL fIll roJ on the tth day of IIIII/. U. 1111.otherwise r
01 .. :
50N4Ni M8Tr4 1IAT H QDRESSER the of eaiJ ,
I1 95T6RDA/ At -- _ \.{ P h 11111 will h* taken. as confessed. 1,;
ED alg. Se1ETEAIJT. ... U Is further ordered that this order u
QJT '14b be published once a> week for
'toE COUNTQV, Tour consecutive. .....k. In the lirad St t
aA"l "4f.n. ; Ct"E -= of general. circulation published la ::1Urla.Hurd 4,
1)Qo"t) 81G ouT-1)T 4 104 e'M8AVcf .ton( t: t T21fA1 county Florida.Done yr
\\ \ .
r sacs 1H&, : and ordered at Hcarke, Flu" iJ
k4E75:! 1 LITTlE Ide. this 4th day of March' A. U, '\,
6uGS.
iii 1UJ1. ::1,
W6
% i'IPf 1'19TE.1) O W. ALDERMAN. .f
"IC\.E\ w3 I.OUE'S coil Clerk Circuit Court. r
Tra A BlA ATTEST: above le a true copy o<
<\ w At CS QASS 1 the original -n rile In my oiMoe.O / \' .
C.--AL .I. T t1eil .-- ,. W. AUDERMAN. 1\'
LInL\ SneP klS" 4i 6i/k ...nIIIr.u / ) ., U lpn / ;,, .r5 9uMAS..wN3t6i11 l--lt-4-. Clerk Circuit. Court ,I.

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