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: April 10, 1931
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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Volume ID: VID04806
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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bUshed 1877 Subscription-For Year, $1.50; Six., 1\ oaths TSc-.Payable in Advance E. Matthews, Owner and Publisher "

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1 Is. PRINCESS PRESENTED POLLY, FRIDAY WILL APR.BE 10 Governor Takes Forsyth Wins'Decision II '

1'Ia "Princess clever Over Terry Bogart In SEASON'S' TOTAL MOVEMENT Commissioners j

Polly three-

Attacked act musical comedy sponsored by Stand Ten Round Bout .Thura.
Being the American Legion Port No. 66 Strong In -- APPROACHING 700,000 MARK Met On Mondayd

will be presented at the Woman's Although outweighed by nearly

s Club Friday evening. April 10th twenty pounds Vasco Forsyth,
L a C. Friday I -
the Brief 'Al
I Held By at 8p.m. Message Pride of Bradford and one of the I Receipts Total $9 ,0002 .c0 For Shipments

This is one of the cleverest of Its cleverest boxers ever to step In AN OMISSIONDue of Week Ending Wednesday Hope Hall Property Voted to Be I

' 3.-More kind to ever be presented In I the local ring, won a Judges decis- NightThis Consider. Non-Taxable ,

nt City Fla., April Starke. The play opens in the lobby ion over Terry Hogart of Jacksonville t}
for several shipping orations Suggests Various Policies To The to an oversight the The board of county commissioners -
lS! of
:::0I CS the Fresh Air Front Hotel at who was sustltutlng for Ray week's shipment of strawberries
called today to State Legislature name of Annie Mae Pearce of Bradford
were county Florida
a summer resort with a splendidly I Snyder, unable to :.attend on account from the Starke-Lawtey ,
In the hearing of their comp was omitted from the staff In met in regular session on Monday.
r selected cast of characters as fol- of Illness.Forsyth platforms brought the total for
that carlot rates on straw- Govenor Doyle Carlton Wednes j the Booster edition. This was April 6th. 1931, with all members
i lows: showed rare form in the season close to the 700,000
unreasonable. day called upon the Florida Indeed unfortunate for while present as follows J. L. Underhill
I Eel leglalature :
are Willie Brown L. D. Hogart aiC'Vefl; he did. mark
Vining. holding as quart Starke shipping 170,* i
I le hearing was opened yester- to abandon proposals for a Annie :Mae serves In the ca- chairman, J. M. Rosier J. O.
Aunt Ethel Hobart made wild
Judy- Griffin. so marry awlngsthat 880 quarts and Lawtey reportingshipments
before Examiner L. H. :Meber general sales tax as he delivered ,' pacity of Joke and society Crews, O. W. Hlnson and R T.
I | Billie. Balntrum-Owen Griffin. would have knocked out the of 212,480 quarts to
Interstate Com- his biennial message containing editor, she worked diligentlyin Osteen.
of the Freddie Tarheel-William Dab- local boxer If he could have ever Wednesday night Both Tuesdayand
I Commission. It Is expectedt recommendation for tax equalization \ many fields to make the :Minutes of last meeting were +
e i connected but too
Forsyth1 was shipments were
I through the week. row.JudyRuth and relief, general economy of Booster a success. We the read and adopted.Mr. s
Sternberg. clever to get in the way. Hobartwas fairly light, with indications that
[ for the defendant administration, readjustment of official Journal staff, are glad of this T. A. Brlnson asked for a
ttorneya Princess Polly Minnie Gruber. clever enougt and knew the the remaining days of this week
Railway Express com- duties and enlargement of the opportunity to correct the er reduction In assessment on house
rlcan Hawkahaw J. A. SauL ring, but was outclassed by the would see a movement that would
railroads operat- state's educational ror. and lot on Walnut street Same
r and various Freeda Highpower Grace propgram.He Pride of Bradford County eclipse the season movement to .
dismissal recommended lifting all but was not allowed.
the south asked on Wood. In the semi-final Tom Beck date. Warm weather is rapidly
[ that numerousIncluding one mill of the tax on real estate, The following report were filed: ,
Rev Crabapple-Broward ,Lov- won a knock-out over Tommy bringing to maturity heavily load-
tariff bad development of new of Jail Inspector and county Judge.;
a new sources revenue T
gei elL Harris of Jacksonville. BeckIs ed bushes with fruit in all stages
since the complaint and establishments of a de- There was also a report from the ,
i Mrs. Wltherspoon-Estelle Ken- showing up as a real fighter of growth.
'partment of banking. School Board University of Florida as to the
| filed. drick. and keeps piling up his recordas The steadily increasing shipments -
I The satisfactory work of Andrews
[ C. Barnes president of R. W. Pefcy Stretcher ,- Tom Busch. uppermost problem of the such. He did better than he did have been met with prices Guy ,
holder of the Agricultural Scholar-
I Inc., first witness said low- Sambo-Sam Anderson. legislature is finance and taxation.A in the bout on UM 31st when be that have risen steadily, sales be

i rates would benefit growers Three Witherspoon Children general sales tax is unwise. defeated "Dusty" Rhodes of Holds Meeting ing reported as high as ten dollarson ship.The following letter received bs
It was -
I 9 prices they received are basede N. T. Ritch, L'Etta Corpening and I I ignores the.ability to pay and Gainesville In the fifth round. 1\.. the Lawtey platform while several from the school trustees
the cost of collection is out of
market less express costs. Frances Alderman. pro.' The first preliminary was a draw growers had their offerings

I lie complainants are R. W. Beauty Contestants: Lenthal portion to the Income received. It' between Mac Davis and1. Tommy Board met In regular session taken at slightly less than that fig. "The"Commissioners Honorable of Board Bradford of County Coun-

b,, Inc., Lee R. Miller Auction Wyman J. R. Davis, George An- wilt result In tax chaos. It is an Forsyth. The se* n
PaDY, R. J. Head, W. B. Cband- derson, Carl Wooten, Arthur Williams inverted income tax falling chief was a technical knock-out won by and :May present price for the week has been Dear rflrs:

|and Company, Dover Growers Hamp Andrews, J. L. Peek ly on the necessities of life and Kid Harris over B'tly Parker. Harris Minutes of previous meeting 24c quart. Members of the growers We the undersigned members of h,
:latlon L D. Glddens, of Lake- upon the people least able to pay. fouled Parker in the fight, association have averaged a
rtrly read and approved.Bills .
C. N. Christy, J. D. Doyle, B. H. Our cost the board of trustees of the Starke ;
of state institutions
I and E. W. Wiggins and com- Strickland, W. B. Barnes, George government, but Parker decided*to 'carry on, for the month were audited straight 25 cents a quart for cars school district, in a regular meetIng -'
t of Plant City. Their diatrlb- and schools must be met; beat the third loaded out this week.
Kruze. Lorenzo Green, Joe Peele but was finally nn and paid. held on the above date
;connections are involved. The Mike Futch. our obligations must be paid; our round. */; f The matteV of teacher selectionwas Buyers on both platforms reportthe log the Importance of

dents were Joined by T. J. general property tax must be re by :Mr. fruit offered to be the best sent
Chorus Girls: Kitty Hogsed, These fights are put < '
nbull for the state railroad Mary Pearce, Lois Adklns, Eloise duced. Carl Prevatt under the auspices of of trustees which will be April to any market this season, this being the same time upholding the ;

islon and T. C. Elliott reputing Ritch, Miriam Jacobs :Murla Economy la fundamental and the National Guard, and are attracting 7, 1931 in several of the districts. shown by the increasing prices ent high standard of same,

the Interior Florida Traf- Weeks Hazel Adkins, Scootle An- should be applied in every branchof wide attention among box- The returns from election In RisIng being offered the growers, togeth with much concern the fact ,
|Bureau. Both submitted petli our governmental activity. circles. They are proving districts er with an Improvement in weather
drews, Lois Long, Annie Mae Ing I and Kelly were can- some of our tax payer. have
i for their organizations. Pearce. Useless offices should be abolished rather popular for the local fans' vassed and the majority were for conditions In the north A larger Into other counties of this

|. C. Geoghegan of Washington, Little Chorus Girls: Lucy Ann and our government organized I as is showed by the large attend consolidation In each district. quantity. of fruit has been offered and had their automobiles f

oraey for the complainants. Dew, Gloria'Johns, Frances Lee .on a business basis.A I ance. :Mr. Prevatt promises a good I Selection of bus drivers will be this season with nine berries top at'a very low rate and have

: M. Hartung, of New York, Peek, Mary Joe Kruse Carol tax commission should be provided , fight always, with as many preliminaries made at a future meeting.No ping the cups than ever before, one their personal tax on said

eats the express company White : Louise Katie to see that property which as is possible to handle, further business to come before grower shipping two solid crate these counties contrary to
Mary Dyer,
I Thurtell of Tallahassee escapes carries Its part of the cost and the audience plenty of' with only nine "topperi" 'on each
I Henry Fugate Betty Lee Kruse, Pansy assures the board they were adjourned i'Thls has to a certain
i unse1 for the railroads.ittendlng of government. action for their money. until first Monday In May unless quart cup. }
Cone, Edna Pearce, Doshla Smith, I' tailed) our school funds, as
the E. S. II, The legislature should consider + session.A. Approtmately 30 freight oats of
I hearings are Lillian called In special other funds which i Is
Moseley fj, :
; ,t ( the abolishment of the board of SOT. AVERY E.' YAL 180 crates each would have been
Ittlicws, chairman and L. D. Re- Firefly Dancers;. Bllly Graham, J. Griffls, Sec'y. fair to the great muss of tax
member of the state railroad county commissioners as well as DIES IN BROOKLYN needed to handle the B340 crate
who realize
ere their
James.Richard..Wainwright, S. R. school boards and substitute one --"-... movement for week ending Wednesday .
Ion J. H. its rate
; Tench .
Johns, A. E. Wall, Charles Henry board to the duties of O.\W. of Gra- SCHOOLS ARE ASKEDTO along these lines."We
and Fred Pettljohn, Its ac- Mr. and Mrs. Dyal from the Starke platform, therefore request that '
utant! McMillan.. Victor Thomas. both. ham, were Inform. by.wire of the OBSERVE APRIL and 37 cars to handle the Lawtey '
Baby Birthday Party, featuring The grand Jury should be abolished death of their on, Sergeant Avery. 10 AS "BIRD DAY" movement of 664O crates. Movement force board the take collection the necessary: of these ,

100 most talented Starke children. by constitutional amendmentor E. Dyal. Monday at Brootdny, N. of fruit by truck Is Increasing .

r STILL MAY CHANGE Little hostess Jacqueline Andrews; its .services limited to capital,,Y.. the brief wire giving no details.I 'Governor Doyle E. Carlton, Sat the first berries on the yard in this county as they

ENTIRE INDUSTRY big hostess :Mrs. L. O. Powell Wednesday Issued statement In whichhe each taken these Respectfully
cases. |The body was shipped urday, a morning being by J. F. Kickllter.
Coached by Betty Reid; Pianist' :Major purchases of the state and arrived in Starke Thursday suggested that April 10 be ob buyers for delivery to points in "F. A. Scott,

of Improved Method Turpentine Eatella Davis should be'centralized in one- department night at 11:23 where it was served throughout Florida In Florida and Georgia. A. J. Thomas,

Plant Now met >by members of the local schools and at the meetings of Total movement for week endIng r

Operating NATHAN MAYO JOINS PRO- Real estate cannot continue with military company and the American . clubs as "Bird Day." Wednesday night: Whereupon the following '

TESTCommissioner Its present load. Legion. Funeral services will In his statement the governor Starke qts. ...______170,880 lution was adopted: ;

improved turpentine still, We should approach the bankIng be held this afternoon 3 o'clock, at mentioned the great loss suffered Lawtey, qts. . .______...213,480 "Resolved that We, the

fgned by government experts of Agriculture. problem with caution. Pres- the Graham Baptist church. Rev. through the devastations of Insects County Commissioners of ] :

mine revolutionize the lain Nathan :Mayo representing Florida -: ent laws should be amended to F.'M. Taylor of Hampton, officiating and the great help birds are in Total qts. _______.,___383,3Cu County Florida, request and '

J Florida, according to C. has Joined other southern' better secure trust and savings de- and interment will follow at, fighting Insects, of all .kinds. He Previously reported _'.....2M.3 6 that the tax collector use

[Coulter, district forester of the state commissioners of agricultureand posits and to prohibit a bank for Mt Sinai cemetery. I suggested that "Bird Day" as observed necessary effort to collect all Clerk."I! ;

"i Forest Service. Industry in protesting against hypothecating assets. Sergeant DyaJ..wu'llj i years of, by the citizens pf many Total quarts . ...._...._688,716 properly assessed as soon as

of these Improved stills what they term an embargo on cottonseed We should have a separate' banking age, saw overseas service during I states, be observed this year In become delinquent"On

1 already been built and put I shortening by three "corn" department the World War and at its close reenlisted Florida. -----------$92,006.40 motion and by vote, )

> operation for private states of the middle west Industrial development must be In the regular army and 1 Previously reported ... 49,463.36 Farm, near Theressa was

' Two of these Mr opera-I The protests were sent to the encouraged. Our aim must be to has been stationed .r.t' Brooklyn. sized as non-taxabl

xl in constructing governor., commissioners of agriculture promote the welfare of our workers -, Pallbearers will be members of the ffeilbronn I Total receipts ___-9141,469.79e I Applications of Blanch i

t few days. Mr Coulter reed legislative leaders and of all classes., We must safeguard local post American Legion and be Springs I > ii son of Sampson City and

> to the office in Tallahasseelast prominent editors of Iowa. Wisconsin -I' their health and safety from I' will be burled with1 military hon. MlM Pearl JIr...... c... FLORIDA SEEKING Haskell of Brooker for f

of the week to spend sevu and South Dakota.. 'I industrial hahzards, and have ors. I I PRETTY GIRL TO GO lowance were refused. (

"Held to resume this demonstra- worded: dustries ''should carry in an or- by six brothers,.T. D. Dyal, Brook- of Jacksonville were visiting his Underhill, Brady Brooks

work. "Speaking for cotton producersof derly fashion the wreckage of men er, T. A. Dyal, Avon Park, W. A. brother, R. U. Parmenter Sunday. Florida wants a pretty young en off the pauper roll.

The new idea was' brought to Florida and the south I desireto as well as of machinery.We Dyal, Tampa, L W.'Dyal, Graham :Mr. and :Mrs. S. W. Simmons of miss to represent her at the an- The Bill of E. W. Hayes for

pWa a few weeks ago by :Mr. register an earnest protest should find new sources of T. L Dyal Waldo, L. O. Dyal, Tallahassee Jacksonville were the guests of nual celebration of the Shenandoah terly allowance from the

P. Shingler of Savannah I against enactment by Iowa legislature revenue. ; six sister. Mrs. T. W. : Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Jones Wednesday Apple Blossom Festival at Win assessment of Interest and

i technologist with the U. a of tax on vegetable shorten I No sound program for the state Wssdin. Waldo :Mrs. B. G. Hilllard of last week. chester, Va., about May 1. funds for road bonds, a

I FWU of Chemistry and Soils :Mr.I ing. We interpret this as a tariff can overlook our debt problem. Tribly, :Mrs. Mlttle Milliard, Pom- :Mr. Lawton Rhoden of Plant Governor Doyle E. Carlton has of which Is on file In the '
>filer and :Mr. Coulter have su- levied on a southern product The I pledge you every facility of this pano, Mr. H. B. Stokes, Brooker City has been spending severaldays been asked to delegate Florida'srepresentative office, was approvedCommunication

the building of new stills southern states annually consume administration and a cooperationthat Mrs. Gladys Strickland, Ocala, :Mrs. here with his, brother, Walter to the festival. He wo i
F w. B. I Is unreserved Ours Is a com- A. Ocala. The DeWItt C. has called for volunteers.
Phlfer and company,; millions of dollars worth of wheat, W. Britt Rhoden. from Mr. A. Fortenberry of
""-. FloridaDan Howell near corn and animal products produced mon task and Involves the welfareof Jones Funeral Company has charge Mr. Freeman Rhoden of Ocoee, The Florida representative must bon, Florida referring to

City; C. W. Sinclair near, in Iowa and other western the people for years and yearsto of arrangements. Is spending the week-end with his pay festival her but own will fare receive to and all from entertainment the proposed legislation. The

i; and for .. H. Corbett and. states. No discriminatory tax has come. father, Mr. W. C. Rhoden. 'elonere of Bradford county ;
Co RatWf near jaaper. state Governor Carlton.began delivery the senate to pledge' "our utmost Mr. Earl Parmenter was the free during the days of proposal No 2, referring
I levied southern
The' Improved still is said to be on been products by any and we will forc- of his message to the Joint sessionof endeavor to place our public school 1 guest of Misses Gladys and Thel- the> celebration the governor was location of gas tax giving to

economical operation, ed your to resent Imposition of such a the house and senate at 11:10: a. systems on amore uniform basis ma Oriffis Sunday nightMr. advised. ties 1 cent per gallon for

*"Improving the quality of be-j [thereby giving'.the youth of each Lloyd Moore of HeUbronn, stead of 1-S of one.cent as at ;
tax by legislature"Mayo's GREEN VEGETABLE: !: TARIFF
to cleanliness, etc. Fir your ,, to Wisconsin m.He was escorted to a flower county-of the- state equal oppor- spent the week-end In Bt ,Augustine ent "

d tabestos mortar go Into the. message His banked rostrum In the house by tunity. totAoquIre', an nolementary ).with Miss Marvin RItch. -- I There being no further ;
carried the same protest In to a' from
SE.S'JCuring long; life and wires to South Dakota deplored the Senator W. C. Hodges"'of Taua-Keed!!education provided! tan be done :Mr.. John Allen has returnedto the importers response of green request vegetablesthe I the board adjourned until th

Five flues and out- recent of such tax and requested hassle 'and' Representatives I without Increasing ad valorem his home In Waycross Osv I tariff commission a ,regular meeting to be held tb
chimney further increase Its and Hamilton By resolution of taxes." after spending several months proposes Monday In May 1931.O. ,
its repeaL review of the rates established
end and tend to reduce 'op- the Joint session :Mrs. Carlton was The senate Invited Perry O. here with his uncle,' R. U. Par-, by II W. Alderman
the tariff act of 1930 Mrs. U r
; says .
also. of the
to the platform I Wall Tampa-; chairman
escorted menter.
I -
Ladexpense. Ruth Bryan Owen. The duties on
firing Inr urea i There... wide applause as they Florida Citizens Finance and Taxation Mr.. Lewis Russell .and William
fire. welcomed to the platform by committee to address a Jointsession Davis of. Branford, were visiting green vegetables established by BUTCII SUGGESTS NEW .
Turpentine'opera- The W. T. Weeks .Chapter.., U. PLAN
this act were) fixed as a result of PRISON UNIT
hall of the senate senate and house on
the President Whitaker of the friends at HeUbronn Tuesday.
new still as a great D.'C.. desires thank all persons months of careful .
Investigationand -
I'I1IIement. and Speaker Lewis of tie house. April 16 on tax matters and the Mr. Earl Parmenter was the "
and a number of stir who responded so liberally in contributing study, the determining factor | Superintendent J. 8. BUtch of
will\ be bunt The senate held 'brief session program which this committee will guest of Miss Hazel Underbill Saturday -
UDder government funds for cleaning Crosby to heat being the difference between the the stat prison farm at Raiford, r'In
the legislature.
the bowie recommend to ,
in order tG aid the tu. CI.._t_J' The work Is about completed before>0nmg of Missouri I nightMr. cost of production at home and .a letter to Agricultural Commlsetoner .- ,
B. I la
1nd1qU7 the governor's message Senator Harry we* Pasco Rowe of Jacksonville,
ID one of Its probe and 'the lots and grounds II abroad. Nathan Mayo and the
bJ Senator. A. Hlnley 17th dais ; authority on conservation offish was visiting his mother, Mrs. Jeff
recOpb aid a. hating re- are much, Improved. The chapter The present revenue from fifty state board of stat institutions
little trict. Introduced a' resolution, and game, also was invited to Underbill Sunday.
-_._ 1mprwement. eapedamy thanks Mr. H. A. Bishop I fire counties In Florida as reported recommended that a separate prison
e ,which was referred!;; to:ta* calendar address the senate and house at a : Easter was quite a rainy day at
for his help In this work. by the Florida State MarketingBureau erected for confinement
as INViTED: TO for a later vote/pledkhgg-the Joint session on the night of April HeUbronn.' Sure was a dull time.. unit be
8E1 The cemetery committee urgently matters will be invited to for the season 1929-30 anda of yes: egw prisoners.
: AZALEA!: senate to an early action on It. The house Mr. Cornelius Moore was the
requests all persons cleaning pertaining to tax relief. concur In this Invitation. guest of Misses Lorena and Louis vastly larger potential revenueIs : This plan wo suggested In place
The Belvedere- their lots at the cemetery to re- his resolution that Lewis named the house Involved for if Florida to not of erection of another unit to the
He declared in Speaker 3atrllng Saturday BlghtVv
a Azalea Nursery, men the leaves withered flowers. state of Florida today faces efficiency committee, with Representative forced to compete with the production RaIford plant It was suggested

Banta p. miles east of Waldo etc., outside of the cemetery fence. '"the serious tax problem It ha Albury Munroe county, of cheaper land and cheaper that tile prison for younger convicts -

tin the Interest Lake has been ate Do not pile trash of any kind in the most faced, due In large measure to as chairman, I In order \n hasten selection Winter Garden Bid asked for labor, the 'state will be assured a be located at some distance

of many Wi- the streets or on other people'slots. ever down of its present of house operating personneL construction of reservoir to in- stable and prosperous agricultural from the present prison farm although -
MPropiietor Invitaythe pub All persons having new Iota the out and obsolete tax system, Other members wrre: crease water supply for fire fight- developmentIt near enough to allow one ,

to I the cleared are requested to remove worn Impairing the revenue Representative Watson, Hills- Ing. 1s vitally Important to the power system to serve both institu

the, largest nursery, where he the timber and branches of trees thereby the state and seriously borough. vice chairman; nd West, 1 Fort Myers ;=- Formal services growers of Florida that this difference .tions. }r,
needed by
Th azalea bush In outside the cemetery fence. Pleasedo the financial stability Santa Rosa; Blood worth. Polk; held for opening of Edison bridge In cost of production should I ...i.ii
@I' l bush sons Broughtta inside the cemetery threatening be given full recognition, and that i Birth ."'
from Penla not start fires of the counties of the Lea. Manatee; Plotirtt, Duval; across Caloocahatchee River near
183 and :Mr.' U is unsightly and often of many any effort to lower the existing -.
ort' to nece Scbackleford Leon, Walker Wa- this place. I..
r IIIiaU :::ted a method of ty- does great damage. state by failure" provide kulla; McKenzle, Putnam; Sledge, Orlando-Central Florida Expo- .: rate should be strenously resisted I Mr and }.rr.. Andrew Sparks.*, ?

the cans to the shoots Wi T. Weeks Chapter. U. D.'C.. nary,revenue= "the unanimous conelusion Jefferson and Keboe ,Dd.. nation recently held here. until the present schedule his Men Graham, daughter, March 21tlit.

I'IPall! essleas tak. ,root and -- -, He declared Whltaker announcedhe Tarpon Springs-Annual flower In operation for a sufficient time and Mrs. See* Harris, Law
excesrdye President
that relief from f
The azaleas In Fort Myers Initial work started Is taxes Is imperative. would appoint scant commit- show of Garden Club held. to demonstrate Its effect, upon the toy ucn, April 8th.j .' ,

!!lie &Dele doMd and deighttultige on Calooeahatchee river near "ad valorem tees Thursday: TlioM: of the Palmetto Chamber of Com- production and( inarkotlng: of UMS j, )r... and Mrs. Ellery Spp r

Interest her $9,000,000 flood control commodities. ,ut.ork. April ath.t .
1rho like flowers. project \ I The resolution also called upon house are expected tltieu. merce... ) ground being beautified. I son 1i

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n'J' ment I found =. APR f k'''
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' pEd'r Miss Madge's desk. We were to than It did a
t B. H. S. JOURNAL have Madge testnext put down day.the I questions wanted Miss andanswers. ] STRAWBERRY\ CROP NEWS I I to ern Atmore.part, from will year Montcolllerr show.go. '1be

: Then, I wished myself I Florida Area In Beat Condition of All Southern States \: with the estimate placed a
"Tbe Sraf"EditorinChief back in my own room.' The next 475 cats
day I made a hundred on test. After ,I last year with
i i Milton that when I wanted anything, STRAWBERRY: ''of the berries and Injured the LOUISIANA CROP DELAYED thecentraMontgomery pad
---------------- Brown.IH SHIPMENTS and
!', Assistant Editor; _________________ Hud Adkins all I bad to do was put on my r INCREASEJacksonville !quality, and it Is only the last few pests an lDerea e Btrmtotpw, the

1 f'' Sports Editor ____ _______-___ Gary OvtrstrHt maglo cloak and wish I spent many Fla., April 3.-The! days that the volume and quality Hammond, La., April 3.-Strawberry Placed at 80 to 90 cars
'I l'' happy hours with my maglo cloak. [ have been anything like normal. prices were somewhat higher with 62 cars last Co
Literary Editor Muriel Silcox strawberry dear In Florida at this year, and
::1 ----------------- Vera Manning, Uon lilt
,I :. Exchange Editor ________________ Annie Mae Pearce Third grade. I time is generally on the decline but Shipments from Plant City over i and the market stronger Mon how north an of IMrmtort, W
'.1 '}f t< : -- this year has been so unusual in the_ week-end shattered all former i day when the ten cars sold at auction ears Increase with around
t r every way that the fact averaged $3.191.2 per 24-ptnt expected compared
that dur-
All members of the Newspaper they were teaching.This Starke, Fla.. March 19. 1931 ing the last few days shipments records and brought the season'smovement crate Tuesday saw a considerable cars last year. These figury'III

) club worked hard for "The Boost month the girls are learn- Dear Margaret: have been the heaviest ever recorded to date past the MallOn' advance with 12 cars auctioned at an expected movement
ei er" to be a success. Moat every- ing to make baskets from reed. In How are you? I have a new pet is not really; surprising.: total for last season. During from 93.30 to $3.70 and one light state of 730 to 765: cars troll!
body that was asked to help with their art work they are making an and I am sure you will like It. It The present the last three car at S3.17 12.. with an actual carlot con!
i season until days of last week
st the writing up of the material and Art Book which they Intend to is a kitty and It !Is colored black. few days ago had been up a Cool weather over the last weekend 771 cars last year. In movetIIIII
''t the advertisement did It welL We contribute to the library. This I am going to name It Blackle. I but satisfactory. Weather anything condi over 1,500,000 pints were loaded and the early part of this week, the movement It must be estllnat

wish to thank other contributors book will be a great help for any- want you to see It this afternoon.I tions have been unsettled and from this point. Indications are I continued to hold down the ship bered this Is based on

t who were not members of the one who Is Interested the artists must cl se. unfavorable to strawberry produc-very that the peak of the movement ments and with frost predicted for ditlons and provided a F"e8eItt

newspaper dub for the worth while' and their works. It will have Lovingly, tion. The acreage for the state will be reached this week, although j early Wednesday morning It was results, and that future nol'll1al
y materIaL Some girls very kindly email unpainted copies of the famous -: Juanita Barefoot, as a whole was approximately 8-, some patches are said to be still{not believed shipments would show or market conditions can after"
offered to help on "The Booster" paintings and a discussion of Third grader (I
600 any considerably.
was slightly in excess of last coming on for heavy bearing, so appreciable Increase the balance
,W' edition and, we hope that everybody each. ----- e> that next week of the week While the
when frost
year although acreage
may see
approximately 8,000 as
Starke, Fla., Mar. 19, 1931 a
1 of "The Booster. shows
got a
copy Dear acre were grown. movement than Is expected. Dover and freezing were predicted for the almost a 60 per
Y This paper sold for lOc a copy. The NEVER BRAG OF YOUR FISH Margaret: and she The East Hlllsborough strawberry 'sent out some 362,868 pints, and past week-end the strawberry belt' compared with last year. the Cent
Blacky was my only pet
seniors are going to use this mon- win
BEFORE YOU CATCH HIM died! I was so sorry that I cried. area, one of the largest in the Hardee county more than 600,000 escaped with no damage reported. recall that the yield !hilt
i ey to present the Bradford County state, showed a substantial Increase pints last week. Just what damage may result re- was extremely light all
She O'er
e, High School with a gift from the :My uncle and I went fishing one was day run as over I was a few around days in ago.One the In acreage, but sections that The northern sections including: mains to be seen, and Just how state and for this reason the
class of 1931.
t """.---- ------ day at the 001. I said.. "I can yard, I saw a gray mother cat and did not have a favorable season the Starke and Lawtey districtsare shipments will run next week, no- movement for this year U Dot
catch last decreased Just now body cared to predict. It all de- pected to show a
more fish than you can. guess what? She would not leave year their acreages beginning' to move decrease _
AN UNUSUAL OPPORTUNITY A fish got on my hook and carried the house. I fed her In the back considerably and as a result the 'their berries in carload lots.'Movement pends upon the weather. portion to the acreage as the

I my cork under the water. porch, and the next morning she acreage for the state was little o from these two points Is several In the face of the continued ent estimate is based on a D

Last week the students and When I pulled it up it was grass was gone. I sighed as I left for more than last year's. Plant City weeks later than usual, due cold weather, shipments the early I yield. If the yield runs the
iwri teachers of B. H. S. and pie citizens and my uncle laughed at me. school I had wanted her for a pet. and Dover are the principal shipping to the unsettled and unfavorable part of the week were heavier than as last year, the above 11",,_

1 of Starke had an opportunity I took the grass off and put a When X reached the school house, points. The south central weather during the season.' Acre- I most people expected. Theplantsare expected movement can just; t'-
}' to see one of the most educational worm on my hook. Again something guess who was there? the gray section Includes Wauchula, BowlIng age Is less than half last season's loaded with bloom and small ,be cut In half.

r art exhibits ever shown in Starke. grabbed the hook and it mother cat. I knew I could not Green, and Zolfo Springs and but it is expected that a greater I berries and a few days of warm Carlot movement from the

This exhibit: contained over 160 went under the water. I said "I carry her In the school house so I the northern section Includes .the volume of berries will move from sunny weather will bring them out era part of the state will IS
copies of the famous paintings byartists told you I would catch a fish. went in. Starke and Lawtey districts. this smaller acreage this year than fast and shipments will show a some time next week with a

of many countries. The exhibit Didn't I tell you I would Now, Your friend The movement did not get off*from the large acreage of 1930. sharp increase. If cool, rainy bWty of one or two cars golD

lasted for three days and by you can't tell everybody you Jean Davis, to such a good start this year and I!Last season just when the berries weather continues, shipments will Monday, while the central pom
o { charging an admission of lOc, the caught a fish before I did."" Third grade. there was a very light pre-holiday were ready to move the weather probably drag along, showing a will open around April 25 and
f: school made $20. This money will He said "Pull it up." movement. The adverse weather!became very unsettled with heavy slight but gradual Increase. I northern section around May

be used to buy pictures for the I did and it was a crab. He fell THE! GOOD SAMARITAN conditions 'retarded the maturity)I rains and the .entire crop was virtually Incidentally, the cold weather I press refrigerator car service
t school. Mr. Lenthal Wyman gave bwJt Into the water and swam ruined. has really proved a boon as the be available at all points for

t liberal donation to the grammar away. Once a lawyer asked Jesus how Martha Brownlee I The quality of the fruit now Heavy and totally unexpected ship- I markets. Last year only tbose a
school so that the children could My uncle put a worm on my I to obtain eternal life. Jesus told vatt, Dorothy Marguerite Pre- moving from this section Is said to ments from Florida put Louisiana 'destined north of Cincinnati cot
r1 see these picture. This donation hook and I put It In the water him a story of "The Good SamarI- Lou Howell and Swanbom, Winnie be, excellent both as to size and in a bad way temporarily, as lo- move this way.
was greatly appreciated as It en- again. A fish bit It and I pulled tan", who had fallen into the hands 8th grade: Brake Faulkner flavor, and If weather conditions cal cash buyers report practically .
abled many to see these picture. him out of the water but he fell of thieves They wounded him and ma Thornton Helen Jackson, Al- remain favorable'no doubt both the ,no orders from eastern terminals, LIGHT CROP MISSOUBI-Afr
) that could not other wise have had back in.Because. left him for dead. Gilbert Brown Mersereau, yield and quality will continue to which Florida Is keeping fully sup KANSAS
the I was bragging beforehe Myra FrInk, Myrna hold above the average. plied.
opportunity. An old priest came'by, but went FrInk, Louise Snyder.
r: fell back In the water my uncle away around the wounded man. Rae, Joe, Edwards Donald Mc- The Louisiana crop, it Is said, .' Joplin, Mo., April 3.-Prospee

BASKETBALL TOURNAMENT said, "Never brag of your fish be- Next came a Levite who did the Fogg, Merrill 'dwards ,Joe Leecy 'has been somewhat delayed by the ALABAMA BELOW NORMAL for this year's strawberry crop I
fore "" Grif- cold weather Missouri
catch him. and with and
: you the Florida Arkansas
same thing. a poor Samaritancame fls Dorothy i
Sapp, Martha
The Interclass basketball tournaments We went home and that taughtme i by and put oil on hi. wounds, ell and ,Annie Murrhee. Pow- berries getting away to a good Mobile, Ala., April 3.-From Information [output ranging from about U
were held on March 920. not to brag of anything.By ,and gave him wine to drink and 7th grade: Lois Judd, Vonda In- start, the crop may be practically secured at all shipping same to 25 per cent more thanta t

9 Both boys and girls from the ninth J. W. Oliver, took him to an Inn. The Samari- man and Vasteen Parrish. moved before the Louisiana berries points, the state of Alabama this yearsbJpments, ranging arna
through the twelfth grades took Fourth grade. tan told the inn keeper to take care begin to go out In great volume. year will produce leas strawberries (Continued I't I''
h; part. Every member of the student him and if he needed any more I on page 7.1) t I

body attended these games, I CAN FLY lof he would give it back to him

each class boasting Its own team. he came again,
r'' The Junior girls won the girls One day I was standing in our Don StWey n

tournament while the Senior boys front yard when all of a sudden I 6th grade. .,

;k q carried away the boys tournament. saw a fairy standing before me. S .. -

s She asked me what I wished for, HONOR ROLL FOR JUNIOR 0II
We are very dlaappointed that and I told her I wished for a pairof AND SENIOR HIGH
y: the Senior Girls' Glee Club will wings. No sooner had I made : Shell

.' be unable to go to Tampa on the the wish than she told me> to put 12th grade: Muriel Silcox Bill :".. pioneers
: 17th due to the lack ,of funds.! my wings on my shoulders I did Wainwright and Milton Brownlee. g
1These girls have worked hard the 110, and she said I looked beautIfUL 11th grade: Etholln White, Ha

.,.N past year and were looking for- I was going to thank her but she Sponholts, Jean Laird, Ortho Ma- P''.

ward the entering the Glee Club, disappeared before; I could say tbeny, Evelyn Stump and Miriam great
contest. anything. I flew and flew for days Jacobs. step forward in rto

and had a good time.I 10th grade Lucille Edwards, ,

N:1: BRADFORD BUMPS One evening when It was getting Wlnken Boulware, Hope Haynea,

dark mother asked me to Mildred Morgan,. Mary Brownlee. G
f Miss Florence" : "What Is ashcan take off my wings. I took them Jack Long, Abble Harley; Eva Lee, a
'; ?'. off and had a nice .upper. Mother Gratten Cooper, Clyde Morgan and motor fuels

1 Willie: "A collective noun." then wanted me to go to bed. When Joyce Mast. *

: I went to sleep X had happy dreamsof 9th grade: Lois Long, kitty Hog- HEL
v George: This article says that my beautiful wings lied Louise Jackson. Marjorie h

:': death, results if more than 1-3 of By Juanlta Barefoot Stump Sinclair Peek, Etholln Bar-

.+ the body is burned or scalded Third grade. rOD Bunny Canova Lois Adkins, HI
Nookie: Then be careful and IfIn

keep your feet away from the are. INVISIBLE: .Perfects new fuel amadnB'y1'b$- .k'r'%:?a 41kxv' ,3':>',,:4;;,' 1* i'M .t S'oo: )
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COFFINS & CASKETS '- '' ''' f> ;Vttt1; { t- :
Miss Isabel: '"What. personal It was one dreary, cold, dark : high in the ant knock value }!Jril.t: ?' ' "->>."', ,t :tO: i< .. ,,' -i! 't,..
And Fall Line of ?i t-tri: 1ittt: tt!
t. ;
ity.. night, when I was sitting In my ;< 1if; .f i'j t1i10W' '\; ;
3 Ida Mae: "It's that something room studying. All at once a gust Undertakers ,modern. engines need . AT !ft.; -yP.-'i'!: :::1* ';,:i\' ;?:
: that keeps you from looking the of wind blew out the lights I heard Supplies 'M".O"I"t.\& y. .,,,,,. ,t.-,,, ," "' ;;,::{ir',.?,, ,," t
REGULAR t. <1< , " ",' "
way you feel when riding in an some one behind me. X turned I AUTOMOBILE HEARSE GASOLINE PRICE.t ..:gi: ; ; ?'; t.y; ;,'? w >)r< 'l F'Y' Ii" ) u:

j Austin. around, lit the lamp, and there A'Fe a ..... TII. bust ...., "r1fj-m;W '* .1'1., >i;? {{ 4X.f1
t.stk .
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stood a fairy. She gave to me a I _..1_ at t.. ..._e arl... i kn: >.ik'.4; ;mL: i:,,,.)fp',;- i,<<: f%<4'- ;':f'1i:: '. d
Mrs. White: "Now S. R., whatdid magic cloak. She told'' me whenever ..*.Uil a<<_e... t. tuleauseb' has succeed ..,..... ""' ). t' 'J .' i;> ,, *<,, t.1 ; '+1..l";.
Caesar exclaim when Brutus I wanted anything an I had ..MirHKOISTBRBD. > SHELL ** -after menthe'of effort! .;- .t: A< ", 1s s
:.Y .
stabbed him'" to do was touch the magic cloak. BMBALMERDEW1TT Shell offers a new fuel high in the pre X.; t our"on I.t K.IOeMrM/"r Of Nk:"" :.Y'"
"weeo.ltr' .. :,\?
cious CH e. c tK; >; t<:
S. R.: "Ouch!I"Mr. She vanished away In the air. I C. JONES quality that all can need-the quality moat M "

was alone once more. I got Into STAR KID"". FLORIDAHERB ordinary gasoline lacks: ;:".i'.;'''' '
i : .. Maynard: "What is It that the cloak and wished I was In Miss i'-Ht' .
come. In like a lion and roes out Mad ge'. room. The very next mo Study this chart. Note that most of the ordinary _" ., '.

like a lambT" gasoline on the market falls below the needs of the '' "'" ,..
Billy Parker: "Father when 1
be brings home his pay envelope.. great majority of all cars.. But note that New Im 'r 5. '?

Ss. proved Shell 400 is far higher in antiknock value ' y'= '" "
:Mr. Dowling: "rm going to give 0 than the ordinary fuel. #
rya ''a aeries of lectures on Russia." 1 .s_

i :Mr. Loveli: "But you've never 1 Best oj all, it eow.'ou no man than: the ordinary "
been there." kind!
O.ONAteAOlIN1{ k '; ;Cf
Mr. Dowling: "Well, neither have ( s o ,

the people who will hear me lec Now you can be sale once and for all against h9 aa, < .' :IST I
ture." motor ills.and damage caused as a .:+ .. h 'ts. ,; ; 01w ,
by gasoline that N iatv'- '=%
(t sa tttaal r
opportunity rlcM-
to aulct |f- Shell a,
TOM acts to > "
BAT NEWS do doable duty. Twit M mach foe you the kind of gasoline
0 your mooch U ao small maicet 'wbea yon your': car ought to have-at the lowest
We "Rats" .re very busy trying roaiidtr the WIll baljac soon..... of ataadaid: price. In the interest, of low possible .
di to be "Sophs".' M you know it Is rablfcatloo which an ...Inalal... iomactlT. sod.- cost: driving. Shell ka
the end of school Just two more ,able Is the widnt( vaiitr We baYe mad U tair pioneer this great step forward in motor fueb.
weeks of school and one of for you--iraply edict! tbt club.tea watt ..4.... o* ttis
.then we WIll be. "Sophs"_ brig this coupon to ear eflice TODAY.nCZAL :Ton may be getting the kind of gasoline your

f maybe. It's bard to tell. engine should have. 'Pat millions; as this chart
: will
CLVB K... M*
We surely hope you liked The *--t.. .....: I rwr prove are patting up with poor motor
i Booster last week. We were very R_ Vv....L I ..... ALL BHYBN getting less operation,
) C.eariur,, power and facing
proud to get our names In it. As c..u...... L-. I FORONLTracux higher repair bills than
k we an not so Important we ......... .....twp I r.e } they houM-- tine to incorrect gasoline.
'7r' her '__a. Iv..... 9..ntldede.rthoaeosLordnarygs.c
thought we would get a few .AND S11! n laDeW---
THIS NEWSPAPER Make fed of New. .
J tb.64e
,"t .lams,'but we got: off easy. Even he 0.0 T..r Improved Shell 400. Try one it cwt eentam.teat price ee-.ints-
the Seniors complete filling of dat wooa 10 _......
willed us something it-at least 10 gaDons.Ask 40a your otice that Ner
very kind of them, don't you think CLOP x.. A-I the nation wide about -vlobh'n____
J-irmU. t mileage test. Enter it ?an'
a.. t=P1y4..4. ., sues ,today.: _

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During the last semester the T. AND THIS NEWSPAPER $1.8&
T. tV girls yg ... 0.. T.., "
i on a small and t
;t, troubles of the '-, .
grammar school
teachers. Their schedule for rtrr..rr.rr.. .l. 3 E 1.1Definitely

teaching In the lower grades was ,

arranged so as to enable each girl Y eS-1I mttna asst 1IueaI. N. ... ,'. ."
to teach reading for one week better than many premium ;: CiW
Knglish one week, and Arithmeticone old at regular gasoline priced fuel, yet
Name ls In
week. In different rooms. Six p a cart need-anU.knock;; the quality all
weeks were given to making lesson 1rt value
,rt plans and six weeks were given [ .
to teaching. The girls are sox SHELL
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\ Contract ; ,

j Its Cost, Its Safety And i .,ttl' I

4U 4 It Offers j i J!' 4 I

vault In Clans "A" group; a couch casket and
outside box: to Class "B" group and a half ,
couch casket and outside box: In Class "C"a

1 > i group.
t The funeral as net forth above applies to the
I ; territory Included In .a radlun of sixty miles
from the office: of the DeWTTT C. JONES
company. In case a member should die be-
yond this territory the Association han the
right to exercise either of three options. First
to arrange to care for the funeral AS set forth { q
In the above paragraph: second, Immediately )
ship by prepaid express: to the funeral director y+ t
at or near the place of death, a casket as ; k,
specified In the certificate and make the necessary -
arrangements with the funeral director ; t
for the conduct of the funeral: third to F
make arrangements' with a funeral director at i
place of deAth for the funeral as provided for
in the members certificate and pay the fun- <
e'ftl director for this service. 1 1
In event a member dies and It be desired to ;
inter the deceased at some distant point the i, ,
Association will furnish the casket and arrange f+
with the funeral director at destination r; ; ,
for the Interment.

1 I' In all canes the family, relatives or friendsof
the deceased shall be allowed to make the
:; : selection. of a casket within the price clnmlflcatlnn ,
as called for bv the certificate There ;
I : shall be no discrimination! on the part of either
the casket manufacturer or funeral director
I between the merchandise furnished or services
I.B I.x : rendered Association member and that given
I a non-member and both shall be of the
[ I highest value obtainable In that particular
a clRHHlflcatlon.
price ;
I The plan of operation the character of mer- 4'{
crmnrllno furnished and 1 the services rendered,
the small annual cost makes a certificate In a ,

I ment.
[ I in case of your death: It relieves them of thee
I : I ; 'res and worries of ranking arrangements,
financially and otherwise,' at a time of distress
I and sorrow; It reliever) your estate of Indebtedness '4
the con- $200,000.
j to be operated under been I$150,000 called the bank from Madison stating folded or cut by the package string, for all purposes that the reserve fund Is available for burial expense; It assures a burial of tri
of Southern College has thus causing the .matter to reach for.There. accepted standards and of such a character a..
kunced. I Fort Lauderdale Volume of that he was clerk of the Merchant the addresses In a more or less Is an annual due payable January that much will be added to the comfort and
I real estate sales In Fort Lauder & Farmers bank and asking mutilated condition and,' lastly, first of each and every year of $1.00 In Clans consolation of those left behind. Throughoutthe
ke Worth -Two rows oft .dale and vicinity In the past week that the check be cashed. He then "wide" envelopes dispatched loose "A" and "C" groups and (60 cents In Class "B" relationship of the casket manufacturer to ;
t peas an eighth of a mile 'assumed proportions likable to be- hustled over here and collected the have a tendency to stick to mall group to cover the expense of management and the funeral director; the funeral director to the
a planted on an Irrigation ditch !ginning of the big activity in real money. It was later learned that pouches when emptied.Consequently operation of the Association for the ensuing Association and the Association to Its members
Lake Worth have net- : estate in 1925.: The resumption of the Madison bank knew nothing the use of regular year.Upon will be found a sincerity of purpose, allinc..ltv -
near far this transfers has stirred most about the check which turned out size envelopes is mutually advan- the occurrence of a death In a group, of thought and a sincerity of action
[the grower $450 BO realty tageous to the mailers and to the an assessment Is made against each and every which I In of an Intangible value to the Certificate
a of the local real estate firms here to be no good.Marianna postal service because they cost member of that particular group of $1.00 to holder.
to unusual activity. less than the large ones, can be defray the burial expenses of the deceased Your further Investigation of the Association
nter Hill The first spring Any proposed leg. handled with greater facility whilein member and any excess thereof shall be placedIn and what It stands for Is Invited. A telephone
mbers in this section were Jacksonville Fewer deaths re- alatlon Interfering with the present the malls and reach the ad the reserve fund and used for all purposes call will bring a solicitor to sea you at
eted here this week. G. W. sulted from typhoid fever, tuberculosis highway building program dresses better condition and with that the reserve fund Is available for. your convenience who will explain fully and In
kh and his sop, Leslie Booth during January than dur- will be opposed by the Northwest more promptness and certitude. When any member has paid In assessmentsthe detail the plan under which the Association
which the corresponding month of I Florida Association, according to sum equal to the amount of benefit as call- operates.! Or If you so desire a personal visit '
gbt i" five hampers ing I The I TRAIN SCHEDULE ed for In the face of the certificate, then the to the office of the Association will be wale "
t sold at $10 a hamper to local 1930, according to figures made action taken here yesterday. certificate of membership In fully paid up and come, where such questions as you may ask ,i ,,
[era for shipment north. public yesterday by Dr. Stewart association meeting was largely Effective March 29th our sched- the member Is entitled to all benefits contained will be answered and the merchandlne furnished
O. .Thompson, director of the bu- attended. The meeting adopted a ule and trains will run as to the certificate without any additional exhibited and explained In detail to you.
[rasota-Purchase ,of $107,500 reau of vital statistics, state boardof resolution urging speed with the follows changes: payments.The We are not In the Insurance business, although
u of residence property on health... completion of the gulf coastal No. I, southbound local due annual dues and all assessments are due we believe In Insurance. We are funeral
Ih Orange avenue In Whltfleld highway. The next meeting will beheld Starke 11:23 p. m. within fifteen days from the date of malting directors. There Is only one profit made "'
tea and Cherokee Park byer Pensacola The Atlantic, Gulf, in Blountstown May 8. No. 11. southbound, local due notice that same are due and payable. on our plan and that In on the merchandise i ,
York Class "A" Certificate grants a burial cost- and services we furnish. We furnish $1000 protection
of New Starke 11:10 a. m.
Pacific company ,
visitors for permanent orter and Ing $500.00: Clam "B" Certificate
limited due Starke, : grants a cheaper than some certain burial plans
homes was- reported today was low bidder on construction of High Springs The manage-. No. 107. burial costing $150.00; Class "C" Certificate furnish $250 protection. They have to bury
a reliable sources. the first unit of the PensacolaMobile ment of Poe Springs, bathing resort 10:30: a. m. limited, due grants a burial costing 25000. All Certificates their members and they have to pay their col-
canal, according to informa- two and one-half miles west Starke No. 191 11:00 m. Include embalming, hearse service, two auto- ,lectors. We do not have this expense, therefore
rlando-Tourists and winter tion received from Montgomery. of High Springs, announced to a No.2, : northbound p. local due mobiles, the opening and cloning of the grave we can give more value. A funeral service ;
jtora throughout Florida are Contract has not been let but prob- representative of the Daily Sun Starke 5:43: a. m. and the usual services. rendered by a funeral contract: Is for one purpose, namely, to
pin? to attend the'Orlando ably will go to the New York con- yesterday the property was under- No. 12, northbound, local, due director In the conduct of a funeral, together pay the funeral expenses, thereby saving the
rennovatlon, with a half couch casket and a metal grave Insurance,
Bng Jubilee In Orlando April 9- cern. going an extensive Starke 3:05 p. m.
[which brings to a climax the Preparatory to the formal openingIn No. 108, northbound due Starke, In addition to details of our contract as outlined above we call attention to thefoIJowinsr. '"
of the about fortnight. .Carpenters 5:62: m.
ter entertainment forpta Pensacola Capacity a p.
in Orlando. program Pensacola Compress A Storage are busy putting In new springboards Starke Wannee to refute erroneous claims made by representative of a Jacksonville com-

company will be doubled by $30,000 and a new diving tower, No. 101 leaves 2:40 Starke m.7:00: a. m. pany who offers only a $250.00 protection at four times the cost afforded under our t
No. 102 arrives : p.
ytona Beach Eatabllshit improvements to be started at once while another crew Is occupied In contract:

of guild theatre and school of It is announced today. The plant. clearing out aquatic vegetation Bus Schedules
Blue '
Instead of the 4
cent law contract
than' accrued during the Idle winter per legal reserve required by our provides a reserve
'be able to handle more that
oa and stagecraft'In Daytona will Southbound-9:31: a. m, 11:31:
K* by the Royal Palm Drama 100,000 bales next season, it was. months. a. m.. 4:01: p.m., 6:31: p. m., 12:14: of 16 1-4 per, cent. This reserve belongs members, themselves-not to the
Id was announced today by J.HcMahUl said. R. E.! Rowland Is the new a. m. organization this fund being handled by our treasurer under bond.

Jr., of Chaclgo. Its president_of the company. I. West Palm'BeachThe Association today Palm voted Northbound-8:50: a. m., 1:23: p. This contract is patterned after the most successful and safest one of its kind in
tat Beach Bar 4:07 7:5: m., 4:43 a.
m., p. p.
i Perry-Perry is to have a real unanimous approval for a legislative the world-that of the Shrine's Black Camel Fund.,

re Haven -< A cabbage i Flower show the dates being the bill which would set the sal- m.Tickets and information at Former Attorney General Davis approved this plan as complying strictly with the

Ing 18 1-4 pounds was grown! third week In May. It will be given aries of criminal court of record Smith's Service Station, next to law and cannot be legislated out of existence. n
of the Perry judges In counties of 25.000 to 80-
season by Glen H. Williams under the auspices '
h1a farm a few miles south of Woman's club, and will be held in 000 -population at $4,800 annually. Further investigation is solicited and our officers will go Into full details! with Interested &

we Haven, and thus far takes the Woman's club building. The The association voted against a Cloning of Mall persons. i
i record for large cabbage retted show will be county-wide, and every move seeking to permit such 1 South
law. It pointed Train No. 107, first class mall,
in this county. grower and lover of flowers judges to practice
to attend with an out, however, that such Judges 10:10: a. m.
will be Invited Train No. 11, parcel post, 10:50a. :
[ lmetto Plans for the best exhibit. outside of this) county, are not actually m. DeWITT JONES COMPANY

M flower show ever held In prohibited from practicing North ,
tutee county are going right Blount town Twenty to 25 law. The opinion was expressed I Train No. 12, parcel post, 3:45: STARKE; GAINESVILLE i iT
ft under the direction of the crates of strawberries are being ,that the law prohibiting their practice ;p. m. u:
en Clubs. it will be held on harvested dally from the 70 acres i In Palm Beach county waa unconstitutionaL Train No. 108, first class mall h

!HJ Woman's 9th and club 10th In the Palmet- under nounced cultivation today. Many,here, of It was the berries an-- 330:Final p. m.closing of night malls 6:00P : Statements circulated by representative of the United Ilurial and Insurance Co., ,
are consumed locally but an Wauchula-Although the strawberry ""stark* and Bell Branch Inc., that we approve and will adopt their plan are positively untrue. We were ap- ,

e Oak Two contracts have ,average of 8 to 10 crates Is sent shipping season is virtuallyat :Mall closes 7:00: a. m. proached six months ago and urged to adopt their plan but we rejected it because ;

!a signed by the Standard Lum- out dally by express. The price an end so far as Hardee county Mall arrives 2:40: p..m. wo did not consider: sound and their requirements would have made It impossible ,
week saw
r the last
Corporation 29 to 30 cents per la concerned, .
from '
feet of delivery cypress of logs eevmUllon ,has . 691,489 pints of berries leave this .NEW REGULATIONS; FOR to deal fairly with members In case of death in that they only offered the paltry sum ,

their mm in Bowling Park.The county from the four shipping DUCK-DOVE SEASON of $50 to bury a member, advising us that the the way we would make money out

"the'will next be running 60 at. full capacity Stuart tide of-There public sentiment Is a rapidly against rising > 3.845,061 This sent pinta the to season's date, with total I. Several Important changes to federal of the plan was to try and sell relatives of deceased members higher priced merch-

-days.It slot machines In Stuart. The members the likelihood that the total will exceed regulations governing shooting andise than Is provided on this plan by the undertaker.The w

1peBe Is understood of the Baptist church voted four million pints when the I of migratory bird have been above reasons set forth Is why we say It is unsound and unfair. +,
tile Bradley PhosphateComWhlch unanimously to have the pastor, final shipments are made. It was made according to advice receivedby
written all-time record for this atate and fresh water
U. E. Reid send a a new the game
owns several mines Rev. >jjjtii"*
"considerable property In the request to the sheriff of Martin county, which last week sent out fish commission.. a
the law The movement this \ next fall the shooting
City district win begin county that he see that 519,247 pints. Beginning -
that It week eclipsed that of last week by wild ducks and geese
the planting of six hun- Is enforced to the extent season on will
acres of gambling devices.. more than 170,000 pints- will open on November 20 Instead Wewahltchka Capitalists Dead Your Liver Bile
-tung nut trees bears on petty- of November 1. and close oa Jan build Lake $79OOO near: here factory to manufacture on Wake Up

City Two hundred Miami Miami, uke other :Florida Fort :Myers More than 23.000- uary 19 Instead of January 81. The superior peart button from million 11
01 paper are cities. baa been UDder the necessity 000 pounds of sugar have been dove season has been shortened by of mussels lying at bottom of
being produced Inlla26 and shipped from the the next season -Without Calomel
r by the Southern Kraft cor- of reducing it* expenses produced 20 days also waters.St.
tIoli local this city spen$6,748,544For for plant of the Southern Sugar Company beginning on November 20 and Augustine Sanchez Block,
paper mill and the '
POrt 1i Is taking OB great ac- rte operAting nape'" the at Clewiston The since actual JanuaryloVlt amount closing January 31. the season, old constructed.Plaza Hotel building to be re And You'll Jump Out of Bed--u tar M.b M...........,.rw.IM4MB
4.: The fourth shipload of pa. year ending June 30th. 1931. It* expenditures -. Is stated. at Besides shortening I .. ** .....*. It tv*4sre t. U. ...'..
left this week will be $4.094.861. In 110 far shipped to the refinery the new regulations make It un- II. K. Webb received $54,000 con- in the Morning Rarin to Go I 0.. ...... *p row _.., TM Inc *
of operating Savannah was announced at 23. lawful to shoot ducks or wild geesebefore tract for building four and one half .. .... .
other words, the expense thick bud MM w4 fwv kml*b %** .
CalaesvOle One the city In 1930-31 Is I but'60.7per 7M.275 pounds. This Is undisputable noon on opening day thus miles of state road No. 47 along If yon feet sour' and sank and the eft.- ..... wM Y'.inns.-. ..* bw4
of the largest, be Johns river from Tocol southto
y transactions In recent cent of the expense five years proof that sugar cane can putting a stop to the first day St. i world looks punk,don't swallow a lot .......JNM IM de..........Tier.....
tha In Gainesville raised In the Everglades successfully laughter which marks every sea Spuds.TampaPalace: Drug Store renorated. of salts, mineral water, oil. laxative I awe.r......., ;
ted was con- ago. 1 officials of the company point candy or chewing gum and expect ; ierkuta..aeedd4ctlffna'sLlrr'LaLIVER
Ulbt the Dr.when A. Sam T- Dell _-Catching monster out A pound of sugar for almost son.Hereafter It will be a violation Fort :Myers-Site for new poet them to Mud suddenly tweet ntLM...(IBM are
laic o* West G. Pleas buatne Avon Park within the shadow of each acre of land In the state has of federal regulations to bait Jove I office here to be chosen. of curt, ......tentjrTkay .......-............... i
reported University avenue. black bass feat that Is not been produced. It was emphasized fields. Both the state and federal I Tallahassee County school anper they cant do It. They only! ....l. .....,...". ...-- _lie
**. Involved that more than $25- the city ball U a and to give each man, woman and government now put a ban on this' system will receive $ 53.088 this move the bowel and a more movement ................,.-...........-.. .'t
In t the dealpresentation experienced every day. evenhich U child In the state 20 pounds of eugat. practice. month from State Department of doesn't (*t at the aura The -............sbG Lt
Port LaUderdale- land of lakes and mouth Public Instruction.: ... .-for your doeo-.ndmutfe.Ung. .......................+h/.Lfeew4 '
Tentative ap the natural home of the big Visitor Marianna New building to be Jupiter Repairs completed on ..yoor...... It ehoald poor oat two laes.uw.1'.er. z.-w a.S.won nsuse.
Plans swatting of fi- bass Samuel Klpp. Winter hauled In Pensacola Appealing\ at the, erected for Florida Industrial- Old DUle Highway' Bridge over pounds ofBqatd Ml.*into roar.iIowWdaIIT. .U-Mfr. w ane aieL.....a
specUlcatlona and of Carnegie. Pa. when he In Social Service here. a shabbily SchooL Loxahatcbee river I .
of while fishing
proposed $ OOOOO an 11-pound bull wtsar.e. }

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brother' sister 'Mr.. O. A.ToungWood'amTMrsY hospital and"every'charitable: Institution , 1it..1s to sett what
and I
'and Mra. C. A. th.
friends delight and mother, Mr. hap
taps here who are er 1
l ; the Red Cross an Swin in town.' log
S.. R. ,
ed to 'kn'qw that her condition 'Uimproving. 1 '. Mr,: and Mrs: A. F. ;Morgan ?
' 'ociety J JBAPTIST Mrs; J.:'R. Colley'"was a busmen" ilttla daughter, visitedJaeksou-! Remember C. E. every Wednesday the Purple Cross and .thee Double OWEN U

visitor to Jacksonville last. Satur, vllle Friday. bight at 7:30: Sunday school Cross. The Jewelry !
day. Miss Ouida. 'Hall and;ISlsIe Belle every Sunday afternoon at 3:30. The Government has so governed .
. B. M. McMillan of Plant City, Geiger spent Monday and Tuesday Church every Sunday night at the my business that I do not know''I Hialeah '

-- spent the week-end with his tlmllVhere. : of last week with. M. (..and Mrs Christian church. Everybody Invited who owns It. I am suspected, Inspected future development of

W. M. 8.,CIRCLES: Adklns, Mrs. M. E. Edwards MnE. . John Halt to attend. disrespected examined reexamined -I Park by Miami Racing A

, TO MEET S. Matthews. Mrs Joe Saul, Rev. McGauley will preach at Mrs Josephine Sullivan of ;'Informed, required, commanded Tampa HUMwro &
i Misses Amelia Ray. Lois Adkini, the Baptist church next Sunday Hampton vlsitedLher sons A. L. THE DEBTOR'S PRAYERTo and compelled until all I agricultural society started

'' The Baptist W. M. S. Circles will Evelyn Stump and Dorothy White morning and evening. and C( BuiUvan\here Sunday and know is that I am supposed to provide I meat to organize fal'1l1et8

r meet In the following homes Moi The Harriet Peek'Circle was entertained Berries are plentiful and a good Monday.. My Creditors an Inexhaustible supply of market In this city.
, day afternoon at 3:00: o'clock. at the home of Mrs. E. price which Is very encouraging Mr., and Mrs. W. M. Phillips and I wish to inform 'you that the money for every known need desire
jI;; i Circle No.1. with Mrs. C. A. E. Knight with Mrs. H. V. Knightand to the farmers and truck growers.! little daughter. Doris Miss Ida present shattered condition of my or hope of the human race and rrAeT 'e seta
Knight. Mrs. D. E. Knight as hostesses Hagan and :Mildred Phillips were bank account makes it impossiblefor because I refuse to donate to all -
Circle No. 3, with Mrs. Jessl A profusion of lovely pink roses for Mrs.several E. J.months Adkins with who has her been son i visitors to Starke Friday. i me to send you a check In re- and go out and beg borrow and, bi.Irtue tlce I.of srl"a"that tllat IIn,
, ? Goodman, Mrs. Goodman and Mrs was used In decorations i Mr. W. Williams and Carrol sponse to your request. I I ores entered April 6th.certain any
the leader of thli ;Clarence Adklns of Miami returned A. Z. Adklne. 1931.
Mrs. Wood
D. as hostesses Adklns of Brooker visited Mr. and Judge of olroull
N. Bumgarner financial condition
to her home here last My present of Bradford
Sunday.THERESSA County
a short business I Flo
over Ida
circle ,
Mrs. F. Fender Sunday.Mr Is due to the Federal Laws, State for clo ur cult therein, II
DINNER PARTY, session and also led In the : David Moore was a visitorto Laws, County Laws, CorporationLaws LOOK I ant which and Alfred Arthur DeVoto W. I. Court"
devotion. I Hampton Sunday.Mr. By-Laws, Brother-in-laws. defendant the un. 01 II,
Mrs W. B. Mundy Jr.', and :Miss Those taking part on the program and Mrs. W. M. Phillips and Mother-in-laws and Outlaws that aell Inv to legal hlirhe.t bidder for calb<<
tussle Mae Bennett entertained "Illiteracy, It's Background little daughter Doris, visited Mrs. the 4th of hours of sale on lot....
have been foisted upon an unsuspecting May 1931. the
of their sewing club, ALong Hilda a.llltr. (!* landa lyingand folio
the members Mrs. F
c and Causes were: Phillips parents at Lovett Sunday public. Through the various BOX PARTY County. Florida. towR"1of Bryl,
and several friends Mrs. Sam I
their Mrs. J. H. Ritch. and Monday.Mr. laws I have been held down of Southwest
d with a delightful UDDer party at' Anderson Mrs. A. W. Andersonand An Easter egg hunt was givenat F. Fender was a business visItor held up, walked on sat upon flat- I of Northed Northweat quarter and N'rlb qua,\
the home of the former Tuesday Hamilton Rltch. the Christian church last Sat quarter and Sout
to Putman Hall Saturday. tened out and squeezed until I do 11:30 & 2:30SATURDAY quarter of Northwnl quart,
night. -During tae social hour, clever urday afternoon. There was about Messrs. T. B. Trlest and A. L. not know where I am, what I am Lot Fractional a, aU In Southwe flURrtor II
Dinner was served on four email children and twelve Section 13,
readings were enjoyed. They twenty-eight Sullivan were In Interlachen, or why I am. Soutb. Range U En t. Towns U
I If;/ tables arranged In the dining room. were given by Masters N. T. and grown folks present. The children Grandin and,..Falatka on business These Laws compel me to pay a AT I E. M. JOHN
IV which was very beautifully decorated Tommy Hitch the sons of Mrs N. had the pleasure of finding'about Monday. ," '. merchant tax capital tax stock D. B KNIGHT -ft H.S"eolllll.V. .,
't! with cut flowers. After the T. Rltch. one hundred beautifully colored Mr. Dan Batten of Lake Butler tax, excise tax income tax real estate Solicitor for Complttn| KNIGUT.
lovely three-course dinner the eggs and all reported a very nice visited his Mrs. S. E. 1-lB.bay \
of dancing The hostesses served hot tea and daughter, tax auto tax gas tax light Steinberg'sSALE
enjoyed an evening
guests time.
i wafers to their guests who were:: Trlest Sunday. tax, cigar tax, street tax, school
and music.
I Mr. and Mrs. A. Wood, Mrs. W. B. Parks, Sunday afternoon after Sunday Miss Thelma ,Sullivan was shopping tax, 'syntax and carpet tax.
Those present were: Mrs' J. H. Hitch Mrs. T. J. Griffin, school was over the children of in Hampton Saturday after I
Mrs Herbert Hart Mr. and Mrs, In addition to these taxes am
William Dabrow Mr. and :Mrs. One Mrs. N. T. Ritch, :Mrs. Sam Anderson Hope Sunday school enjoyed an noon.Mr. requested and required to contrib-
Easter hunt the church and Mrs. C. Sullivan and
r Mrs. Hamilton Hitch, Mrs. A. egg on
Wiggins :Misses Grace Wood,, ute to every society and organization -
: Elizabeth and Estelle Kendrick, W. Redgrave, Mrs. Brighton :Mrs., grounds. About one hundred and son Felix were visitors to Hampton that the Inventive mind of
A. W. Anderson, :Mrs. H. A. Dew,, thirty five eggs were hidden in the Monday afternoon.Mr. man can organize. To the society
Lucille Mitchell, Messrs. A. Car-
bone Randolph Boree and Louie Mrs. F. H. Long and Miss Florence long wire grass, by the ladles of : and Mrs: J. J. 'Carstensenand of St. John the Baptist Woman I steal money to give away I am
the school. After Mrs. T.- B."Triest
Reynolds of Jacksonville, Mr.. W, Wood. Sunday a lively were shop Relief the Navy Relief, The Chil cussed and discussed boycotted,
scramble the found In .
eggs were ping Starke'Saturday.Mrs.
..t B. Mundy Jr., and the hostesses -a----- and placed on a table where the Jordan and children of Me- dren's Home the Policeman'sBenefit I talked about, talked to, lied to, lied
the Moron's Society the
Mrs Mundy and Miss tussle Mae children bad Easter about, held held down and robbed
an egg pic Rae were guests of Mr. and Mrs.S. up
Bennett.. Y. M. C. A., the Boy Scouts, the
HAMPTON nic.Mr. R. Swindell Friday.. Jewish Relief the Near East, the I until I am naerly ruined so
I Mlu ASs Nlam' C... and Mrs. E. S. Sibley of Mr. John ''Youngblood and son, Gold Diggers'' Home also every the only reason I am clinging to
WOMAN'S CLUB OF Brooker visited Mrs. Slbley's fath and daughter of Miami visited his
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h ,. STARKE MEETS Hampton Junior High School
i closed last Tuesday. March 31st. I
The Woman's Club of Starke A play "I am Nobody's Darling"was
P, held its regular meeting Wednesday given by the Junior High
: afternoon at 3:30 o'clock at School on Friday evening March
the club house. 27th and was greatly enjoyed by Your

Mrs. Edward Burns vice-presi everybody.On .

dent, presided over the meeting Monday night the primary SEREERGet

Y secretary grades entertained with a beautiful -
program consisting of plays
t1 appointed to fill the unexpired
t+ term. and motion songs. They were well "
drilled, and rendered their parts
S Mrs. T. J. Griffin chairman of nicely receiving many compliments .
', American Home was in charge of
the program for the afternoon. Dr.
'' On Sunday night Dr. Raymond
A. Fred Turner of Jacksonvillegave
of Starke delivered the baccalaureate -
an interesting talk on "The
sermon to graduating classof
American Home." Miss Lois Long
4 with Mrs. F. A.: Long as accom nine bright and promising boys

4 panist gave two musical readings, and girls.Commencement. $1 Bills Live Chickens Packages of
exercises were
"Little Chink" and "The Cat'. Two
vocal selections "Dusk In a Gar conducted in the city auditoriumat
den" by Bemand Hamblen and 8 p.m. The stage with 1U
of Your Smile" beautiful draperies was adorned
? "The Sunshine by
Lillian Ray were rendered by Miss baskets of asparagus fern and : Merchandise Balloons Thrown
bridal wreath blossoms very beautifully _
i'' Evelyn Stump with Mrs F. A. _' ': .. '
color scheme / e. 'i
n Long. accompanist. carrying out .
;' Sandwiches and coffee were served of white and green.
those present Just above the valance of the From Roof Saturday
The hostesses for the afternoon the stage curtain was displayed the

4: were: Mrs. N. T. Ritcb. Mrs A. class motto, made of green and ,
} Z. Adklns. Mrs. W. L. Wall Mrs. white flowers "Be Your Own Bell I '

a? R. A. Weeks Mrs. William Sterns, Starter." "
Mrs N. Sternberg and Mrs; H. H. While a march was played slow 30.

t Young., ly by the pianist, the graduating .
class led by their Instructor Prof. '
METHODIST MISSIONARY I L. H. Futon, marched slowly on the : j Step tie
CIRCLES ENTERTAINED stage. They were followed by Superintendent on
r A. J. Griffis A. B.
Mrs. O. L. Haynes and :Mrs. W. Surrency H.. D. May members of -
h' EL Middleton were joint hostesses the school board, and CongressmanR. Days GasBeHere

ts'' to the members of the Noble White A. Green. .
Circle at the home of Mrs' W. El After the class was seated the p
Middleton on Monday afternoon.The audience was asked to stand, and at 9:30:
rooms were brightened with all Joined In singing one 'verae of
''hl baskets and bowls of roses, poppies America.A .
and other spring flowers. Mrs. very Impressive address wall Sale and
Middleton the leader presided over delivered by Congressman Green. get yourPicture

a; a short business meeting. A, committee The diplomas were delivered by t
from this circle consisting Supt. Grlffls to Margaret Turner,
of Mrs. Haynes. Mrs. Vining, Mrs.' Anna Laura Tucker Bobble Johns,
;4 Mlddleton and Mrs finite were appointed Marlon Jones, Gordon Weest,
by the president of the society Doris Meade, Jessie Mae Dennisonand
to assist in giving a silver Alta Rhames. TakenSmith's
c tea at Mrs. Matthews' home on The school this year was quitea ,
April 17th. I success. We hope we can secure
h Mrs. Middleton gave an Interest FREE
ing report of the annual state conference ' .
which was held in Ft. My
ers last week.
Mrs. J. W. White led the devotionaL SATURDAYStation
Those taking part on'the LETNOTHING Service

t :program were: Mrs Edwards, Mrs
;t Snyder. Mrs Dowllng. Mrs. Hall

and Miss Ray. 9:30: Ae M. APRIL 11TH 1931
During the social: hour. Miss, LoU ,

Adklns gave a lovely piano solo,, KEEP .
;' "Wayside Chapel," and Misses Ev- Sold the
N 'lyn Stump and Dorothy White us

each gave two bright and enjoyable YOU .,.

readings.:The hostesses served delicious Westinghouse ,

!strawberry short cake to the 0'
guests who were: Mrs. J.W.White,, AWAY! ,
,Mrs. W. O. Bane Mrs. H. M. Say 30

i der. Mrs Lonnle Harley. Mrs. A. Z.. SALE STARTS v _

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the same corps of teachers for another .

..year.Josephine 'Sullivan, who 0 "

IL9tt has been the guest other son. M. ,And' $2"50.< in to the Person who recognizes their RADIO
Z, Sullivan of Miami returned to Gold COUPON'
her home here this week. 111 Picture (picture of the crowd will be _

Rev. McGauJey.} pastor of the Balloons to' the taken) and who writes us the best letter of Nat more than 50

r* I lung Ftrst' In Baptist our town church last her'WAS Monday.via words about the value of this sale to them-(picture will be FREE TP FIRST WHO

Mrs Jack Pursley who Is. very displayed at store.)
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.WKATHEK., ..REPORT,, No day Is too long.too cool too Saturday (better come early). at :Sa.uitbter.Mary Lois and Miss Rita and Miss. Loiselle Turner spent and sons, Harry and Jack, Mr.
q:, wi-,. ) hot too, keep my friends 9:80 when gifts, money Bye chick Brown an l two children of Ala- Tuesday afternoon In Gainesville. and Mrs. Lewis- 'gave the party a
-'Compiled'by' : :t&tarke branch, U. away 9:50 Saturday morning ens and merchandise will bo"fly ing chua were guests of lie.: and'Mrs. .,. q picnic.,Unner Strickland's Pa-
GEE! 3.b'oreatryDepdttment. /v; Nat. through the air" from'- Nat' ,Stern- P. M. Bs.ref.oot! Sunday,afternoon.! Mr; add ,>era>. 8. 0.: Lewis onChurch' villonatWngaby; Lake..
e "Week ending April 8, 1931. berg's roof. street: had for their eatsma.ter "'
Dr. S. P.
Vandtvlere of Augusta Mr.: and Mrs. L. D. Vlnlng and
Hying Date Max. Mln. Preclp. Ga., spent the week-end here with Mr.' and Mrs. Frank Wheatonof Miss Betty Reid attended the dedication Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Bal- Construction work under way on
lID of m. Mr. and Mrs.Alday
relatives. Springfield, bridges, forming part of new state "
Whiter'tlaven of ,the at
: spent Tuesday new golf course
Apr. 2 76 40 and Wednesday with Mr. and Mrs. the Veterans' Hospital Lake City of Gainesville, Mr. H. C. road No. 4 In Flagler and VoluskaeouaUes
[ Mom's A-Comlng) Lookabaugh of Jacksonville, also
(Dad sad Apr. 8 89 49 Mrs. Beulah Cross and daughter, E. W. Hayes. Sunday. between Korona and Port s
(TO NATSteinberg's Apr. '" 86 '61 "1.34 of Tampa;are guests of Mrs. Cross !their daughter, Mrs. Lilly Fletcher Orange. 1r' 1

5 70 63 .04 aunt, Mrs. O. J. Griffin. Mrs. J. M. Mitchell and daughter, Mrs. F. W. Kosel of Hompstead .._ 1 8 68 48 Miss Hazel Oliver of Baldwin, were N. Y., who has been visiting her ;
'pr. 7 72 40tpr. Nat Sternberg says he's .glad became guests of Mrs. J. W. Andrews, Jr., sister-in-law, Mrs. N. B. Hull
8 78 46 to Starke to live. Monday. leaves Friday for her home and
S A LETotal rainfall for week, 1.38 Ins. . will be accompanied by Mrs. HulL Use Pinnacle Big 4 line of Feeds
Mrs. 0. L. Beasley spent EasterIn Dr. and M... C. D. Whitaker of
I Candy and Balloons for Tampa, with her parents, Mr.. the state farm and Mra. S. P. Van- Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Denny of '
J the Kids- and Mrs. A. C. Durden.Mr. dlvtere, will spend the week-end in I Savannah, Ga., who are visiting All feeds Guaranteed to give satisfaction ;
Augusta, Ga. Mrs. S. F. Homrlck will leave Fri-
[Pictures taken FREE: at William Jones of Tampa day for their home. Mrs. Ham-
9:30 turn.interwoven spent the week-end here with his Miss Melrose Jordan of Wrights- rick will accompany them for a Laying Mash, growing mash and starting
parents, Rev. and Mrs. W. F. Jones. ville Ga., is relieving her sister, visit. mash will produce results. Built with low
Miss Pearl Jordan who is on leaveof
Socks no better. Miss Marion Smith of Jackson- absence due to sickness. Mr. and Mrs. T. B. Massie and fibre contents having sufficient dried Cod Liver K

[ ville spent the week-end with her family have moved from the Bitch oil and butter milk to get production.
de, 50 cents. Quality Store.IMTS. parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Smith. Mias Ethel Griffin and visitor, apartments and are now occupying
Mrs. Beulah Cross of Tampa and Mrs. Pearl Snyder's home. Mrs.
E. W. Hayes motored to ,\ Why pay quality prices for Interior daughter, visited- In Jacksonville Snyder has an apartment with her Growing Mash _______________________ $335 **
nesvllle Thursday and spent they quality In socks and hose. Saturday. parents, Mr and Mre. A. II. Green.
The Quality Store handles the beet Starting Mash ________________________ $3. 0

Kszseszszszszs.isaBits brands at the lowest prices. .- Mrs. E. M. EdWards, Mrs. A. Z. Mr. and Mrs. E. 3. Rawson of Baby Chick __ ________ _________________ $3.00 ':
Adkins, Misses Hazel and LoIs Ad- Decatur, Mich., and Mrs. L. D. Hill
Mr. and Mrs. Dale Vansickel kins and A. Z. 'Adkins, Jr., spent of Winona Lake, Ind.? after spend Red Rooster Scratch ____________....,_____ $2.35 F;
were guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Saturday in'Jacksonville ing the winter at Daytona Beach,
of w Epperson for the week-end. stopped for a visit with Mr. and 10 Ibs. Pinnacle Scratch _______________ 35c mi (,|
Mrs. H. L. Brownlee and Mrs. II. enroute to their HH
Misses Nell Edwards and Thel- Chan Stlth and children were homes.Mrs. H. Young 25 Ibs. Pinnacle Scratch ______________ 75c. *1

ma Anderson and Mr. William Alvarez I guests of Supt. and Mra. J. S. I, 10 Ibs. Big A Starting Mash ___________ 45c &\
TncalNeConcerning were in Jacksonville Sunday Butch at the state farm Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Middleton of

afternoon. Jacksonville, spent Wednesday In 10 Ibs. Big A Growing Mash ____________ 40c '
Miss Mona Alderman of the F. Starke and was accompanied home
Business and Mash _____ _____________ 3.00ifa
Our People Mr. and Mrs. Boyd Holloway, S. W. C. at Tallahassee spent the by their little daughter, Marjorie Laying _ ___ /

Progress of the County and Town. Mr. and Mrs. Jim McKeever and week-end with her parents, Mr. Sue, who has been visiting her 65 per cent grain Horse and Mule Feed __ 2.20 V|
Mr. R. Robinson the week: .
spent and Mrs. G. W Aldeimaiu grandparents Dr.. and Mrs. W. K.Mlddleton. .

_____ end in Jacksonville. 16 per cent Dairy Feed _________________ 2.00 1 x
i.:"'::III::"' :"::'1C.:aQQQQQ.J.J'J.J'' :"' '::''::' n' I Mr. and Mrs; R. L. McDowelland
20 cent Dairy Feed _______________ 2.40 J
J Nathan Prevatt spent Sunday In J. D. and N. EL Baxter of Brook Miss Rosalind Jacobs of the F. three eons,'John, Julian, and Among those attending the state per _

onvllle.I er, were in Starke Saturday.Mrs. S.week-end W. C., at with Tallahassee her parents spent, Mr.the Harry were guests of her parents, convention of the American Legionin CORN _ _________________________- 135 *'\
Mr. and Mrs. John Uglow Easter Tampa this week are: Mr. and

I Miss MyrUe Reddish spent Sung i A. L. Kahr, Jr., spent the and Mrs. B. Jacobs. Sunday.Mr. Mrs. H. A. Dew, Mrs. J. E. Cor- OATS _ ______-________-'___________ 135 :
In Jacksonville. first of this week in Jacksonville.Mr. penlng Mrs. T. A. Brinson, Mr.
r-- Gordon Hose, 880 up. Full fashioned and Mrs. Boone Dick and sister N. D. Wainwright, Jr., Mr. W. M. SHORTS. _ ________________________ 1.85

| Every member of my .family T. N.' Kendrick was in Day- Store.J. ,. all latest shades. Quality Mrs. H. Tankersley attended Wainwright, Mr. Abe Bessent and BRAN .. ___-_______________________ 1.75.VIIEA7' .
v.i to live In StatkeNat.Mr. tona Easter services Sunday in Gainesville Mr. Alonzo Versailles.Mr.
Beach several
this week "
days and were guests at the home _ __________________________ 2.20
| and Mrs. J. W. Andrews, Jr., .attending to business. .' W. Abernathy of Daytona of Mr..and Mrs. J.'C. Prevatt. H. C. Tankersley and son,
ere In Jacksonville Friday. I Beach, was In Starke Sunday af- I Clent Milton, will arrive Friday Monarch Self-rising Flour 96 Ibs _______ 2M ft_
In all the world there's no place ternoon visiting his daughter Miss Mrs. Charlie Johns and little son from Bardwell, Ky., to join Mrs.
j Mr. and Mrs. T. B. :Massle mo- like Starke for me-Nat Stern- Inez Abernathy. of Baldwin, and Mrs. T-A. Brinson Tankersley who Is visiting her sis- Monarch Self-rising Flour 24 Ibs. ______ 78c +

bred to Jacksonville Monday. berg. and son Pete Brinson, of Hugh, ter, Mrs. Boone Dick. They will be Monarch Self-rising Flour 12 Ibs. ______ lie
I Mr. and Mrs. John Uglow and spent Wednesday in Starke with accompanied by Mr. Van Tibbs, '
I Mr. J. A. Saul spent Tuesday inke Col. and Mrs. J. L. Frazee and her sister, Mrs. F. Feldman and relatives. brother of Mrs. Tanker ley and Monarch Self-rising Flour 6 Ibs. ______ 24 e
Miss Mary Canova spent TueI -- Miss Carrie Uglow spent ThursdayIn Mrs Dick. !
City. day in Jacksonville. St. Augustine.Mrs. Representative N. D. Wainwright AT
I I left Sunday for Tallahasseeto Mrs. J. M. Mitchell Mrs. F. F. 41 r
I Senator E. M. Johns left Sunday I Mra. Frank Rhodes of Jacksonville' F. Feldman who has spent attend the legislature. He was Stump, Mrs. Will Brydon, Mra. J.
r the legislature in Tallahassee. ville, spent Saturday with her par the winter here with her sister, accompanied by his wife and son, E. Wilson and Miss Lucille Mitch E. E. BURNEY'S STORE
I ents, Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Hayes. Mrs. John Uglow, leaves Friday for James Richard who returned Mon ell spent Tuesday afternoon in
How glad I am that my home Is her home In New Jersey. day. Jacksonville.Mrs. Lawtey Florida
a Starke-Nat. Good school-good doctor-good ,
,newspaper and better still best Mrs. Stanley Carnell and chil- Messrs. A. By Shaw and J. F. : J. L. Simmons, Mrs. T. N.
| T.L Waldo of Waldo, was a vlsl- people In all the world are here In dren of Ormond are guests of Mrs. Cowling of Gainesville, were In Kendrick Miss Estelle Kendrick
r to Starke Wednesday. Starke and Bradford-Nat Stem- Carnell's parents, Mr. and .Mrs. F. Starke for a.stfort while Wednes- S
berg. A. Scott. day and paid tSe 'telegraph officea

I Mrs. T. B. Massie and Mrs. J. call. ., Y

Long spent Tuesday In Jack- Mrs. H. C. Wall and Mrs. W. M.i Yea I There be candy and balloons 10 & 11
I Mr. and Mra.jlm Douglass and SPECIALS APR.
villa.. Wainwright spent Wednesday afternoon -for the kiddles ALL DAY !
in Gainesville. ,
Food sale Saturday afternoon, STEAM PRESSING COMPANY v

"::30 p. m., Mitchell's Drug 'Store. I Mrs. Robert F. Demorest is visiting SUITS CLEANED PRESSED AND RESHAPED FRANCO-AMERICAN
eflt of FRESH BUNCH '
D. C. her father, Mr. O. C. Johnsonof
J. Frank Thoman-Phone 52
Amerlcua, Ga. . __ ____ _. __. _J \ 25c
Starke and Bradford county'sa 5c 3
Carrots and Beets - - \ Spaghetti cans - -
mlghtee good to me and mine Oh! How glad I am to show my ,

Vat Sternberg. appreciation to thousands of my __ _. _. .. ._ _ _.. ___ __ ........J F

R. T. Osteen and A. B. Surrency friends-Nat. BATTERY SERVICEAt PILLSBURY'S BEST FLOURThis

1 Brooker,were attending to busiest Mr. and Mrs. J. A. saul. spent *
"i Starke Monday. Sunday In Alma Ga., with rela- .+ ..*
..... tives. "balanced" flour will give you a new idea of perfect baking.

"-Circle U. will 2 of Monday the-Baptist afternoon W. Mrs. A. Z. Adkins and Mrs. J. A. Smith's Service Station 6 6pounds25c pounds47c 24 pounds - 92cNO

t: 3:30: with Mrs. A, L. Kahr, Jr. Saul were visitors In Gainesville

Wednesday afternoon.Mrs. Authorized Willard Dealer .. - .- .-- - - .- -. .... - -- .
-- -
Barnle Prevatt of Gainesville,
u accepted a position with the .J. A. Long and Mrs. N. T. BATTERIES IN STOCK A-l GRADE 2 POUND CARTON
C. Dick, Sales CaIn Bitch spent Saturday in Jackson- .

all the world there's no> placeke ville. .. Green Coffee - 12c Ib. Compaund Lard - - 25c IfP P

> a .
HUMDINGER live ---
8 where you'll be Saturday-snappy, -- =---- -- -- - :.::: ______n __ .. . .. -- .--
pJO: a. m.-Nat -

In Green Cove Springs visiting MIGHT AS WELL HAVE THE BEST

-toli Marie Wolf. IN LIQUIDATION FROM JULY 11TH, 1930, TO APRIL 1ST, 1931

Mrs.Addle- Brown returned Pound Cans - - - - - 29c.

_Tuesday from Jacksonville, where July 11, 1930 Dr. Cr \ April 1, 1931 ,- ----. ---.----- .-_--._---____. ,f

l she-spent several days. Loans A: Discounts _____ $311J.tl3900 $ 1313.92 $39,741.89 277111.03 I NEW, ATLANTICLARGE\ FANCY

Bonds _ _______-' 41J.l'1000 _____ 11.830.00 33600.00
House _ _______ 14000.00 ___ ___ 14000.00 I 25c
Banking (Lemons Dozen
ENT A Furniture Fixtures _.r.--- 15.000 00 ____ ______ 5.000.00 Matches 4 packages 25c - - -

WORD Real Estate _ _____w___ 22. 27 67 8. "fJ 67 _____ , 30,734.34Due ". 60300. .-
7764 18214.20 "
_' 2,14046
COLUMNRrorr Cash from and Hanks Items ___-w...-._-- IM.7.tSI -----c.. ':r,4,710,91J.y 'w"" "754.83.....,,);. < FRESH ROASTED
Due from State Tre. ____:._.__ .:-;. .. .16 t'T 4S ';t,: 8.:161.78 WE
1,9,719)! ;:!( 7t16. 6 552.23 I
2 stores Call St. -

-lee 1. w., Morgan, agent. 2.20UOftNT2 Interest r ,*
!: for Loan: Protection .__:..__....._ 1-t;' 11 ;:_____ 1291.15
story G bath. Advance .. .. '
room .\ ..... .. 30000. \
IIChta wen located. : .! Lo"r, ;r"' "-"-ter 25c
Reasonable Profits a: 25c
., organ, 2-20-tf. Taxes.prJ! .. _-____ :.:--:: ..__ .".". .L..i" K .1.'ffl12'1 .-- 1,009.13f / Pound Package - - 15 pounds - - ptBEST

10a SALE __ U ,, ,__::... ..-_.---. $37 .011:01: ,
Refrigerator, bed. To 'h __._____ $ !!.!k13 : '.. ..' -
C&lDp stove. etc, A K. Dunham. '. ;:: :\ .';'-<, ; )>'li'i-'x',. ". ", .. rt I.". GRADE

n. de J _ _________$ .',) 'r( .(''o.; __ ,I"-::::. 10,00040<< 15c
.... l It: Pound-
: Capital Bacon - -
-LOST- - Surplus - .: _-_-_____- '''app CO. __- '. ... ..:.-, 2.143.14 VIiiteSalt - k3
WhIte gold wrist watch, _____ '1 ' '[ 1\;
ProfitsSavlngi .. ...
- _.
17 jewel -- ". .. 'I'1I> 1,173,22. 181,615.23Checkln --' -
Swiss It' : -
movement, Elltt _ _ ., ReliablePeanut
Dr Prod -- ..- 911.342.69CD'S ; Best
fie, -a-._ Southern Nut
with -'
white band. 8'J '
gold link T cp "sib + -7w--- 11. q .''J' ;
] _
.6.Jri6i. _
Reward .
U returned to Inn Ab- ___ 17. :
*. _ _ __ I ___ 9.10 Butter
. '.<. ___
-hnatby. It. C/D'S __-.w.;.....---- X1'10..t'' ; : 239.49 ,
_..___ __ j3p,49 _"" '.... --- PRODUCT25c NUCOA19c
CRow Cashier Checks ,. .v+ 8-fIldi 15,000.00 }
Contract BULBs-Fre.for aupervtaloo. Bills Payable _ _--___-_- -,-fO)81.r"j:,1.Go1.19! ", -;---.'2.14t jr _-___- 5031.28 'nn <<: .Pound Jar19c
at bed ___ ,
crop price. dr--fta _ ,
kra. Unpaid 2.000.00Interest _._ .
.. .
_. 2000.00
R. W: GRIFFIN Lane St.E. Stock Asse-tmcati: - __-=---:--: ..__ ';" 1.281.13 ----- "-
I'alaha norlda, __ -. 1281.12
for --
supervisor Bona. -- ---
Pierce It. Bulb Co., 1809 Marks Interest on on Loon _-____w..______.....__ _-- .. 1.615.42 1,619.42 260.95Rents +y,'
Orlando, Fla 4.10-3t. Collected _ _______' .____ -- - 260.95
,.. --- .- .- 233.88 I 239.88. .
R RecoverieJ - ____---- -- r
8ALE-Three .
dy lots, cor- -- -- .
ller Store of 10Ua aad Cherry treet Tec h ______.;...__--$410$4L13 $94kn27\ $94.980.21'' $314.011.01
liVIng With smart stock of COCJc1s :1. "Where Satisfaction'I8 a Certainly"
of store Seven -

roolll>*house. Marla a.very good lora. 4,:. ,.. .."t !, ... r :
.. 0 Thornton. at. i --J1
.. ..:: .. ... I' = a<

A &fo fifrVBaADFOBD
., I v d ti'.hin,4..1Y t v.mM
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r canto aIC m4
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and I advise every woman who :111I

6 Truck may be listening to me now to hur-
General ,
Hints To HousewivesWeekly -J ry and start to Improving her own

FARM NEWS SECTION home. The cost can be as small as SlicfaCfflhe

Outlook from Home Demonstration Specialists, = your purse demands but your
Crop pleasure and satisfaction can never

r WHY DRINK MILK The natural yellowish color of be measured

Conducted By ,-, milk-fat Is due to the pigment or .

?S I* T. DYER. County Agent ForFlorida One quart of milk contains .Ji green plant tissue consumed by the f1) h tIlll7tJc/ol

+ BOSS rHARL JORDAN Home Demonstration Agent much protein ounces of cow.Milkfat ]
-, teak, or four large egg, as much next to cod liver oil and BOOTSEY'S BEACH
calcium as 10 oranges 82 eggs or egg yolk offers the most abundant Freedom fromworroisuour :
Eating Peanut Pork I ANTHRACNOSB!: TOLL ON Last Half of March Has Been 20 pounds of beef, besides contain- source of vitamin a essential to :

It I MELON CROP CHECKED: More Favorable for GrowingAnd ing large amount of fat solids growth, health and life. An abundance Mrs Alice :Morgan and son of first dutu to ",

}A, Convinces That WITH SPRAY OR DUST Crop Have Responded Well vitamins and other minerals. It la of vitamin A in the diet buildsup Jacksonville, were visiting here jourseir,

i Is Delicious Food one of the best and cheapest foods a resistance to disease, particularly Monday afternoon.Mr. .

;'; Leesburg Fla. The 10( to 23 for housewives to use If It Is cared respiratory diseases I and Mrs L B. Thompson T TNDERINSURANCB t

.( (By Spuds Johnson.iHave percent toll that anthracnose an- Jacksonville, Fla., April a.-TIle for p..operly.KUkfat The vitamins In milk-fat can be ,and son Kaly were visitors to Vn forma of rlf-uiflicttd and otlf.innfllllt'

'::14 Just put a goodly supply of nually takes on the Florida watermelon latter part of March has been more exists in the form of stored In the human body and used Starke Monday. wbicb may be keeping you ounicU bonclatl

,i i; peanut pork products under my crop can be greatly lessenedby favorable! to crops and they have very tiny droplets afloat in the liquid as reserve in time of need. Mrs J. L. Gasklns and Miss to couunt worry.
I repeated and thorough applications emulsion. :Milk-fat Is sort Clean milk-fat (In the form cf Adequate stock fin
eJ : belt so am In a good notion to responded wonderfully In growth. -an Frankle Lou :Murrbee were visitors : irouniic fet
f. of copperlime dust or bordeaux than most fats. This softness butter) from healthy well-fed your property retrain you!from
write about the virtues t>f these Cucumbers and melons are up or er to Starke Saturday, afternoon.Mr. the
products, particularly thoee delicious spray, according to Dr M. coming up In central Florida and together with the emulsion form, cows Is unequalled In concentrated Charlie Gasklns of Doctor's 6ondags.
\ N. Walker, watermelon disease investigator makes milk-fat more easily digested I energy value palatability flavor Fnxfomm, rAurara
. peanut hams. TIle occasionwas peppers and tomatoes have mostly Inlet spent the week-end here with .
for the Florida Experl vftoffeHAROLD M 1M '040v0
:!f \ the first peanut pork products been set In the fields. than other fats digestibility and vitamin content. his mother Mrs Jean Gasklns.Fort .
merit Station.
; ;,,3., !,' ,/' luncheon held at Chlpley late in The actual acreage of beans for -
; Anthracnose is caused by a fungus -
\ ;.'.:t" March. I came to that luncheon spring harvest la about 1. OO -.-. -- -.- .-.-. - _

ate peanut pork went home and tantly or related minute to plant bread which It dis-is less than last year. Yields have RADIO I Light:Myers Company- Florida installed Powerand new C. WALL

now am ready to write about it. likely to cause a few young plantsto been poor In Broward county this I TALKS .r. --1[ street lights on several local
The only trouble is that I can'tHallway winter. The lake section was bit streeta. INSURANCESTARKE

which droop with a soft general rot _,..._ .. ,_ ... ._,
express the things by frosts that killed about SO percent .n 1 "" r I -- y Starke Work started on remodeling
and the older vines and leaves to
to be said about this. lunch- of the bean the first old next to
ought gin building
i acreage B. Lamb. Worthing.ton the the FLORIDA
I have a burned-over look and be (By Mrs we plastered paper on. My ,
ion which was. staged by County part of the month but since then March ice plant for Kruse, Inc., who will
practically covered with almost Union county,: wrinkles. Rip Van Winkle was
cold strawberries this season.
Agent Gus York and the Washing growers nave replanted the lost pack
alack\ : but still greater Injury ,1931.)
Grow- spots never so wrinkled. I brushed and ---- "-- -
c' ton County Cooperative Hog acreage and probably more. Plantings --
| is caused by the melon. Plants I Well folks when I've told
era' Al oclatlon. The only meats that escaped the frosts were you patted but still they were there. I
4 served at the luncheon were peanut weakened by this disease are likelyto whipped about by cold winds and my experience I think you will thought, oh, well perhaps they will 1

I. pork products donated by Swift set malformed melons and evena are yielding few beans and those agree that I deserved a prize orat come out in drying, but next day

r and Company. This company.ln- small crop of them. The infec- are of poor quality. It will prob- least needed a consolation because the walla looked just' the same. ANOTHER EXAMPLE

cidentally, is putting peanut pork tion will spread to 'other melons. ably be the middle of April before in my home Improvement Sick! Ob how sick I was over it,

on the market wrapped in cllo- feated melons at first become an appreciable movement of good I work I learned a great deal in the and Just as I was about to decideto

phane. Makes a mighty at attractive Dumpy, then these bumps become quality stock can be expected from School of Experience.My give up and go to bed, In walkedthe OF FOnD VALUE

3'' 4 package, too. sunken and fungus covered. Thusa Palm Beach county. walls which were once beautifully good fairy,Miss Jordan. She

Peanut pork you know is a good lot of melons fail to mature oth- Sumter county beans are In only white had become soiled. I soon had us going right, putting

{a old( Florida product. As Lee Smith, ers have poor appearance and fair condition. Harvesting is about appealed to our borne demonstration the paste on the paper and hang-

"' district agent said over there I there !Is still a greater loss of melons ten days late and will begin in car- agent, Miss Jordan to come Ing the paper on the wall and oh,

'" both hogs and peanuts were I In transit. lots by April IS. The early plant- and assist me in planning the moat how nice it looked.

b' I 4 brought to Florida by Spaniards. I Dr. Walker believes that sprayIng Ing in Marion county are just com-' appealing and cheap method of remodeling I papered three large rooms and

These two products have made a Is most effective In controlling ing up. In Alachua county beans them. She came to my, the corridors at sn..ill cost. We

+ good combination for Florida anthracnose on the leaves but that are generally up to a good: stand. house, and after consideration ad- painted the dining room varnished

farms. I dusting Is equally effective in protecting There are about 900 acres of late vised papering several rooms. ,I all the wood work and the furnish- h

Packers somehow always have the melons. The usual celery in the Sarasota district. didn't know anyone could hang ings. Just an ordinary man was

; discriminated against Southern spray is a 4-4-60; bordeaux mixture. Late plantings are showing signs paper, but a paper hanger, but after all the help I had I did some out-

peanut pork, not paying quite as The dust most generally used is a of seed stalks and yields from this Miss Jordan .assured me it side work besides moving an unsightly r

good prices for it as they do for 20-80( copper-lime dust, made by late acreage will be light. could be done I waq willing to tryIt. building tore down another .

corn-fed pigs. Those who eat the ,mixing 20 pounds of monohydratecopper With the exception of the cover- using the lumber to build a ga-

peanut pork however like it sulphate and 80 pounds of ed acreage in Sumter and Orange My son's wlfe-{sent me the material rage. Miss Jordan landscaped the

mighty fine and realize that it has hydrated lime. With either the counties, consisting of about 1,400 and I sent for Miss Jordan. front and side yards for me and I

q; the northern corn-fed pork beat aU- dust or spray it is necessary to acres, the spring cucumber crop Of course she was very busy right planted tyty and Tupon from the

hollow. As W. J. Sheely says completely cover the plant if the was drowned by the heavy rains then and could not come ImmedIately woods. This is growing now andI

ire "When' people know what It is, application is to effect controLA during the first of March and It and I was so anxious to see hope will soon be looking p..etty.1

they call for more." It really is good schedule to follow for has been necessary to replant at It up. So as I had a man of all We can make our homes pretty at

fi delicious. either the spray or dust is to make Wauchula as well as in central! work I proceeded to paper a room. very little cost, using our native] Bright enduring

4 d, Florida pig-eaters who want to the first application when the Florida The for spring We used a prepared paste wild plants.
M do a good turn for their pigraising vines begin to run, second about harvest is estimated at 8,000 acres listen to our method. We put the I surely have learned many valuable -: RUSTLESS STEEL is used

fellows will do well to call for time the melons have act the third compared with 11.000 last spring paste on the wall ,first and then things, from 'my experience

when buying. They about two weeks later, and then - -- -------- ____ I for
4 peanut The crop Is ten days late and Just many exposed brightmetal
consumer wiU be delighted and the one or two additional applications coming up In such sections as Willlaton I

_ growers will be benefit d. :I If tbe weather is particularly wet. Alachua and Marlon counties the TELEGRAPh parts of the Ford
s' Carlota will move from the I -

POULTRYMEN TO GATHER trough acreage In Sumter countythe
WRUF FARM PROGRAM AT COO LAYING CONTEST first of the week. WREN YOU BUY a Ford you buy enduring beauty.

A "The Voice of Florida". FOR ANNUAL FIELD!: DAYChipley The Pompano section continuesto WILL SEND 'YOUI The body finish is made to last for the life of the

I be the source of the state's ship car and practically exposed bright metal
I_ _ _ _ _ _' parts ex-
'I ; Fla. The !znents of Yields
; annual poul- green peppers.
cept'the bumper are made of enduring Rustless
try field day at the Florida National have been light and shipments continue GOOD
p Gainesville, Fla. Many of next Egg Laying Contest will beheld moderate. The plants are Steel.This

week's Florida Farm Hour talks at the contest plant here April large' and look good but cold 60' Rustless Steel baa great tensile strength.It .
If. to be broadcast from the state radIo 22 under the of weather has caused most of the
the Florida
auspices IVES ia the same bright metal all the way through. A
; station WRUF will be dedicated
Arlcultural Extension Service.A ,bloom and small peppers to shed
5 to the health giving and growth salt test equivalent to forty yean' service wider the
full day will be devoted to a most and no heavy movement can be
promoting properties of milk. interesting poultry program. expected In April. The Fort Myers severest weather conditions failed to have any effecton

These programs directed by the Florida birds are making a splendid plantings were badly damaged by AND THIS NEWSPAPER its brilliance. It never requires polishing. All

..cFlorida Agricultural Extension In this the fifth rains most of the being
t showing con- acreage do is It with
Service will begin at 12 noon, eastern you wipe a damp cloth,as you do your
test; though they are competing wiped out completely. There are
Standard Time each day. The with entries by leading poultry probably 100 to 200 acres that FORomy <;) FOR Windshield.

following talks are scheduled: breeders in 17 other states. A studyof can be rejuvenated. It Is expected $ This Is just one of many features that show

4! Sat., April ll-1I'10..lda Farm these birds, their records and that the acreage for June harvest the substantial worth of the Ford. In
ONLY speed, com
News and Hints. U. S. Farm Science uniform management will likely be will be materially decreased !) fort

Snapshots. one of the: moat helpful events of due to the scarcity of plants. safety, economy and long life-hi the rich-

)(on., April 13 -. Preparing to the meet. Tomato shipments from south ness of its finish and upholstery_It brings you

Meet.: the Milk Surplus-Hamlln L.E..own. Poultrymen from all over the Increase as a result of the favor- everything you want or need In a motor an

y .Farm Reporter- at Wash state are expected to be present able weather the past two weeks. 7ersda- t unusually low price.

_ ington. and a wide list of poultry topics The Manatee county tomato plantIngs -
4 Tues., April 14-Rust Mites and will be discussed number with yOU CAN e4 Call
by a of came through the rains HAVE YOUR or phone for demonstration
Red Spider on Grapefruit and Sat- poultrymen and the following specialists little damage and are growing
y aumas. -J. R. Watson. Farm CHOICEOF, ANY
: Norman R. Mehrbof. extension nicely. The crop was delayed OF Tint FORD

{Question Box. pcultryman; K. F. Stanton, about ten days and there will be -j" THE MAGAZINES LISTED CONVEl1TlSUC4B1U0L&T -
Wed. 15-Th. Relation of
April contest Dr. 1C. F.
supervision: few tomatoes picked before the
Milk.: In the Diet to Growth Dr. C. \
_ Thomas assistant veterinarian, first of May. There are 4.00O BELOW FOR A FULL YEAR
P. Ahmann. Milk to the
Complete Station Frank W.Brumley .
Experiment ; acres In this section. The Vero
_+ Diet-Dr. Jennie Hilt. extension agricultural Beach-Fort Pierce district has 3,- )
Thurs.. 16 What Florida -
April -
economist and Gus L4 'for
; county agents 200 acres and will be shipping by Why pay more your magazine

Producers Milk Are Doing C. Improve York Sam Rountree, and Mitchell April 20. The Lake section has when you can buy them at: last than

Quality-V. Wilkins completed the planting of about Nn cost through your home town news-
\What Inspection Records Show AN
About the Quality of Florida Milk 2,500 acres of tomatoes which are paper? You can actually got five of .

-John M.'Scott. HILLSBOHOUGII CLUBS In good condition. .r America's leading farm end fiction
PLAN RECREATIONAL Watermelon growers have had a magazines at: thIs amazing price If
Frl. Clean
Ap..Ul'l Producing
A p1a S
hard time all over the state tryingto ordofnaw.U act
Milk from Healthy Cows C. R. MEETING EACH MONTH you you quickly you
get a stand Rains have rotted will receive 1j ln.
&wllOn. The Care of Milk in the and !!tv m!ga/ j duringthe
Home-Mrs. Eva R. Culley. Plant City, Fla. A series of several plantings many s'u la ) next year for Just a little more
sections do not yet have their
recreational social meetings, one than the price,of this news peper.
The weather forecast will be given
This is trueIn
plants especially FORD
early, in each program. Late, each month for the next year, are up. 'and central Don't hosltate to tend your order If PRICES
the north partof
nor market reports from the State I being planned by the 4-H club girls upper some of these come to you now. Renewals -
the state. In harvest
a ':Marketing Bureau will be broadcast and boys of HUlsborough county. general will be extended twelve 43O *
will be delayed about two weeks months ahead of to G3OT.
These meetings are the result of a your expirationSEND
11 and 12:45
at a. m. : p. m. and it will be close to June 1 bo- wate.'I .
recent recreational school for .-H
''each week day. ,. ,
fore shipments begin. Lake county
Yce club leaders conducted .In the melons but most ( Go &. Detroit pigs frjgt and Mtorr. Bumpers maul
are plants
SCHOLARSHIPS AND county by,,John Bradford, of the have poor ,color up < and are smalL ."..,... 11,... extra .* low cost. You cam jMircAa m Forte
ri MEDALS OFFERED Playground and Recreational Association '
IcM term,
There are a few early plantings thromgh his .ifcorbW lord Fiamar4plea
4-II CORN CLUB BOYS of America.Eleanor
Murrlll. president- of the that escaped the heavy rains and of tfte r/itlvernil CrWif Company.)
may load carlots by May 20. Ship
p Gainesville, Fla. Three 4-H girla council and R. C. Joiner,
will start In this
ping generally
i club>> gold medals and 19 scholarships president of the boys' council planned f ie <
section between June 1 and T. The f8
to the boys' short course held these meetings in conferencewith
acreage Is about the same as last
here annually have Just been offered Miss' MoUUe Madole and Miss
; by the Chilean Nitrate of Soda Aide,Lee Rush home' demoastra year. ie '
i In Sumter and Marion countiesplants TM
Educational Bureau aa prises for Lion agents and C.. P.Wright county I 10 a
are up but are small. The
corn club>> winners In Florida. The agent. I
Marion county acreage: baa been
medals will be to the winner The first In this series '
h given meeting reduced a third, but Sumter county lee, t whb to take edveMege of your tegaitoe beraesiefler.
la each of three districts and the will be held Friday night April IT
I em !tie ebeve
has as great acreage .. tat 1830. mount In payment veereripMon .>- Strawberry Plants
will be given to the at the Plant City Armory. of Quality
scholarships .. ...
m In the central western part of the row peper fie Ov e maoaibtM feat I Dave ss t d elate
winner In each of three districts -
en X below
state and
Wllllston Trenton Bell
4 and the scholarships will be given HOLD SERIES!: : 4-H MEETINGS:
Few growers have their plantings
to the best corn club>> member in In ear 81 :years ae plant this la the shortest
up to a stand Fields will have to growers
each county where 10 boys compete Lake Butler, Fla. A series of *s ef
crop we have
ever S5
be supplied with sprouted seed and produced Its net eve per
to an announcement : five meetings stressing the real east
according normal
will have stand the ever the entire country.; Quality ef plants,
probably a by ;
Ser spirit of 4-H club work have Just $nRTee es e
the Florida Etxenslon me beet
_ bean end of next week. Few melons will 1 ever-.we are new makdnr salBtneata Into year
:vice. held in Union and Bradford section.
be cut before June 10 and
+? Contestants mush have at leas counties and were attended by a will not be heavy before .'0_ _$TAT Missionary 1000 te 8OM. WJM per thousand! 10,-
,, one acre of corn, and side-dress It large number of 4-H club folks and '" 000 or over
S35. See
I June 20. In Alachua county the our ageate and place erder. Our
,with at least 100 pounds of Chilean their parents ,The meetings were same conditions exist. The state o ... Dada,..... DM.Q .n.hld.L?., catalog Is free for the asking.

nitrate of soda to be eligible. held here at Lawtey Starke, u a whole will have about '3,000 4 Q TIM CMMrf..... C e ---d Mscb..k- Agentsi Browalee Bra, A.jr. Thomas, Ray Newsom..
and Brooker.
x Details can be obtained from the Hampton A motion picture, "Under the 4- acres less than last year, a Han**.*'*h.11rt.....-.Lie.....-..CW..urI and O. W. Roberts. Lawtey, Fla. See them and place er
county agent or from R. W. Black der
j The less'--I ... ..... .. early to snake sore ef wants We win hold order.
lock state boys' club agent Galnes H Flag." and talks by State Boys' C p.. ......... :ynor

:yule Club Agent R. W. Blacklock} district Entomologists. suggests dusting a o.... ..."Mr.. .I C p.d y'-- .

e extension agent W.T. Nettles; the lawn with tobacco dust to keep C a..d...... C stseasrd PMIIIy,.....g A.

Oiling a few posts around where and County Agent L T. Dyer were I down the chinch bug, which la particularly o .....CINIe C $ l...... J. BAUERThe

h the hogs will rub against them Is a Interesting. features of the pro-: bad on St. Augustine D ........... C w.-e.9 .....
good way to fight Uce. grams. II II I I grass during dry weather. Strawberry; Plant Mall Jtadsoada, Ark. Box ,1

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:.-.- / robe, and put It on him; and---put a -. ,
ring on his hand, and shoes on his STRAWBERRY CROP NEWS and the output in the latter state of the smallest the state has ever glum, according reports to The

feet: And bring hither the fatted (Continued from page 2.) will likely be affected the worst had and the lightest In years. Packer.

calf, and kill it; and let us eat and The past winter has been favorable During the years of 1928 and New Jersey and Delaware also

be merry: For this my son was 25 to 30 per cent less for Arkansas for the plants there being ample . 1929 excessively wet weather during report poor condition of fields and

dead, and is alive again; he was based on the present condition of moisture and the weather Just I ; picking time was a discouraging the outlook through this croup of

s.1 me N 4Pf4h1119I05: lost and is found. And they began the fields and plants.In cold enough to bold the plants in ; factor and resulted' In some states, as a whole, la for even fewer
to be merry," addition to the acreage being check with the result that the plowed up and abandoned fields. berries than the short crop of

LP7gifA..J. 1f An 2eilglnn. e g. or As that son went back to his sharply reduced In both states this plants In most districts came thru i Then followed the disastrous 1930. Many of the berries from p
e 1 creed' U they are to hare Bata claim father, who received him and over- year, there Is also' a poor stand of the dormant stage in excellent i drought of last year 1930 which the eastern states are trucked to

the lore,loyalty and devotion *the I"01/! must**In harmony with looked his faults so should plants hi the fields due to last shape, showing both a good healthy I further reduced the acreage to its market, the major portion of ship
Naehlsls.f Jesus the Christ whoso words Into every fold and crevice sinner repent of his sins and every year's severe drought. This drought root and ample crown growth. In, present low mark. However, there ments being in 32-quart crates.LAWTBY ,
hrtm e bptrt, sod?f w OIB tt WM gW ta JotoTUe."MEYER MAN appeal was consequence, fields should produce Is side
f11I1: TliL9 MAN." to God. who will forgive his sins especially damaging to the a bright growers this year ----. ---
gs and accept him as a child. three and four-year-old beds. Even extra fine fruit this season, shipper are planting heavily In many sections .

\VEEKJLY SERMONlCTTi the self-righteous scribes and the one and two-year-old beds suffered point out some districts setting out -

Pharisees. These "respectable" and none of the fields shows At some points in the two states, new patches equal to 100 per cent

Safety of the Godly' format religious people, bad said of DAILY BIBLE READINGS anything like a normal stand of growers are replanting extensively, or more increase. Mrs .. H. ..r.q. c... ,
aim 81:9-: Because thou hast Jesus, "This man recelveth sinners plants. where they have the means or can This new acreage will come into

e me Lord, which la my refuge, and: eateth with them." April 10 Last year's drought was more severe secure finances, and this will materially bearing next year and Tennessee

the Most High, thy hahlta A writer says, that Christ did He In Arkansas than In Missouri increase the acreage for appears to be on her way to her Miss Jessie Mead spent Sunday

... 10. There BhaU no evtl be not receive Just some kinds of sin Leadeth Me-I: will bring -- -- next year's shipping. normal acreage. In Hampton with her sisters.

1 thee, neither shall any plague ners and refuse others. He said, the blind by a way that they knew splraUonal addresses were delivered Last week's freeze killed some of Mrs. EX E. Burney and two children i%

BB near thy dwelling. "Come unto me, all ye that labour not; I will lead them In paths that each evening and the singing the early blooms In the southern KENTUCKY!: SHOWS DECREASE spent Sunday hi Jacksonville r

1. For he and are heavy laden, and I will they have not known: I will make was hearty. Special music was rendered and central Arkansas growing dis with her parents, Elder and Mrs.

rge over thee tokeepatheenin give you rest" Jesus then spake darkness light before them, and several evenings. The culminating tricts. It, reported, however, that Louisville, Ky., April 3. Ken H. V. Skipper.

[thy ways. the parable of the lost coin, where crooked things straight These meeting on Friday evening only a small percentage' of the tucky, for many years one of the There will be a play entitled

42. They shall bear thee up in the woman had ten pieces of silver things will I do unto them,. and not at the Methodist church proved especially .blooms was out and the damagewill largest producers of strawberries, "Kitty's Elopement" at the schoolhouse

Ir hands, lest thou dash thy footalnst and lost one of them. When it forsake them. Isaiah 42: 16. impressive, Brother Raymond be comparatively light. The will for the third consecutive year Friday night Please come.
a stone. was found she called her neighbors What did Jesus say about little giving a remarkably fine address recent cold spell has put the crop show a drastic decrease In its Mr. and Mrs. J. J. McLeod of
children T Answer, read on the death of our Lord and back a few days and if no further Melrose
\\13. Thous shalt tread upon the saying, "ReJJolce with me; for, Matt. strawberry acreage. The decrease were geetlng their many
n and adder: the young lion and I have found the piece which I had 19:13-11S. Its meaning.- The Easter musical setbacks occur, shipping this sea this year is heavy and runs all the friends here Friday.
dragon shalt thou trample un- lost" service given by the combined son will begin In the various districts ,way from 25 to 35 per cent: Mr. and Mrs. F. R. Carradlne

i feet. Jesus said "Likewise, I say unto April 11 choirs on Sunday evening by an at about the usual time It la Last year Kentucky shipped 404. spent Sunday evening In Jackson

Rl4. Because he hath set his love you, there is Joy in the presenceof Our Confession God is our audience that filled the church to believed, as follows: Southern Arkansas cars of strawberries and estimates vllle.

on i me, therefore will I deliver of the angels of God over one God forever and ever: lie will be capacity. The singers acquitted around, April 15 to 20 based upon present conditions Indicate : R. R. Thedo was a business visitor .
: I will set him on high, be.use sinner that repenteth." our guide even unto death. Psalm themselves splendidly and deserves White county, Arkansas, around a probable yield of 250 to to Starke :Monday.

be bath known my name. Then follows the parable In to- 48: 14.What. much praise. Great credit is due May 1; central-western Arkansas 290 cars. It is very difficult to Strawberry Prlcra'

J15/. He shall call upon me, and I day's lesson "A certain man is said about those who Mr. John Powell who directed the around May 1'northwest; Arkansas figure what this season's crops will There are prices that make us hap-
practice and who worked at the around May 5 to 10; from south i total, but the above fair ,
answer him: I will be with him had two sons: and the younger of trust hi the Lord Answer, read- seems a Py.There
[trouble: I will deliver him, and them said to his father Father, Psalm 125:1: 2. Job unsparingly. The offering taken west Missouri around May 10 to guess. It will be remembered that are prices that make us blue. .

incur him. give me the portion of goods that I I for the local welfare association 15. the drought was on during picking There are prices that makes the r
April 12God' netted $21.00, which is much e time a and without doubt farmer wonder
116. With long life I satisfy him, falleth to me. And he divided unto I appre year ago ,
Ad him salvation .ciated. TEXAS CROP MOVING curtailed the production at that Wonder what In the world he's go. '
show my them his living: It is said that Wonderful Works
Many, Geo. H. Lowry, time. Ing to do.
[prayer: 0 thou who dost thyself I the Jewish law a double shareof O Lord
of thy children, gave my God are the wonderful Secretary Ministerial Alliance. Austin, Tex., April 3.-Based I This season the remaining plants There are prices that have a ten
I the protection the father's estate to the elder works
which thou hast done; upon acreage, Texas will have the have had favorable weather during der meaning
me to our aid. May we be sure sou. If there were two sons the if I would
to thee, yielding our- and speak of PRESBYTERIANServices smallest strawberry crop of the the winter and came Into the That the farmer loves to state,
.at we go elder would receive two thirds of
Eves to thy control BO that thou them they are more than can be past decade this spring. Government : spring In good shape. But the price that fills his heart
the estate and the numbered
shield us. Amen. younger one Psalm 40: S. Sunday, April 12, as follows figures fix the enUre acreageat During the late winter rains have with sunshine
ayest fully third. Another law
the Sabbath tot provided What is said about those who : not over 2,000. This Includes been ample and on this account the Is when he get; returns of fifteen
Remember Exodus 20:8.Day Go, to son which desired to leave wait on the Lord? Answer, read- 10 a. m. Sunday school, J. M. the most Important fields as well .yield per plant may be somewhat a crate.
it Holy- : Ills
p parental home could demand Isa. 40:31.:
lurch Truby, supt as those in east Texas, where more prolific than last season. No .-
Sunday. Ms legal portion of the father's estate 11 .a. m. Morning worship, sermon strawberries are grown to some damage from diseases or freezes
-' and take it Thereafter April IS Hal Hoffman received contract
__ I away. by the pastor. extent most everywhere, but has been reported. The stand 1 Is f
such son was dead to the family. The Waiting Soul -Truly my 7 p. m. Christian Endeavor. Topic where production can hardly be uneven, but the plants are generally by Florida Power Corporation to

SUNDAY SCHOOL The lesson continues, "Not many soul waiteth upon God: from him : "How far Dare We Practice the reckoned upon from a commercial showing up well. The root system cut 60-foot right of way for power i
LESSON' days after the younger son gathered cometh my salvation. He only is Brotherhood of Man ?" standpoint. A freese last week Injured Is good.Shipping between Apalachlcola and j''

all together, and took his Journey my rock and my salvation; he Is 8 p. m. Evening worship, song the vines and the few berries will likely start about Port St. Joe.
,lato a far country, and there my defence. Psalm 62: 1, 2. and sermon. that may come on later will the usual time, which la between New Port Rlchey-Fred A',

FOR APRIL :12, 1031 wasted his substance with riotous In whom la everlasting strength T Prayer meeting Wednesday at move out in 1. c. L shipments. May 10 and 15. The Aroma variety Shaw took over property of Coteo w

(Subject: The Prodigal Son. Iving.. And when he spent all, he Answer, .read Daniel 12:3. 8 p. m.Please. Strawberries began ripening In Is grown; principally, although Lumber Co., and opened lumber r
[Golden Text: "There is Joy, infa began to be in want. And he went note the change of time the lower Rio Grande Valley the some points will have a few cars of and building material business In

presence of the angels of God and Joined himself to a citizen of April 14 for evening services. early part of February, but offer Premiers. The fruit will be packed old stand. .

er one sinner that repenteth." that country to feed swine." The Christian's The Woman's Auxiliary of this ings from this section hardly got In standard ventilated 24 quart State highway department let r
ke 13: 10. This boy had friends, rloUous, Mission farther contract to Beasley Construction "
: church will meet Tuesday evening, north than San Antonio or crates.
|Lesson Text: Luke 15: 11-24, but immoral friends, while his money heaven Preach,Is hand.The Heal kingdom the sick of April 14, with Miss Mabel Weller,, Houston. The two most Important S . .. and Co., of Tampa, for paving 14 miles.

e i whole of Chapter 15 should be lasted, but his money gone, his cleanse the hostess. Mrs. H. H. Young will fields In the state, the Houston and FEWER BERRIEM IN EASTERN Tampa.,
leprs, raise: the dead, Eustls Rebuilding to start at
The Chapter begIDs, "Then friends left him. Not one would be leader. Devotional exercises San Antonio districts, began harvesting STATES
cast out devils have once on Matteson A Matteson
freely ye re-
near unto him all the publl- have recognized him when he was berries about 15.
ceived, freely give. Matthew 10 will be led by Mrs. R. S. Fernan : February Lumber Yard, recently destroyed }
i and sinners for to hear him." reduced to feeding swine the : dez. This Missionary topic will be Until last week, offerings from the New York April 3.-Reports by fire.
was more popular with ther vilest work a Jew could do. He 8.With Houston district would not
whom shall it be "The Negro in America. Since our more coming to the Packer from shippers Howey-ln-the-Hllls New pub. 1
well? Answer
> and the open sinner than he bad no money, few clothes and lit readROIl1&D8 church is carrying on an extensive than take care of the demand at in eastern strawberry sections Ito library opened here.
lu with those higher in social and tle food. He would gladly have I 8:14.April : work among the negroes this Houston. Carlots began moving state that the severe drought of Panama City Tar plant re-

Utical life. "And the Pharisees eaten the "husks that the swine ,15 : should be an Interesting topic. from the section toward the close last summer has cut acreages, reduced opened.
i scribes murmured, saying, this did eat" which were the pods of I A cordial Invitation to all our of last week but were checked by the stand in remaining Leesburg B. M. HunUey moved -

receiveth sinners and. eateth the Carob tree, and resembled the Like Produces Like Be not services extended to. alL the cold weather on Friday night fields and generally; cut prospectsfor street.his Jewelry shop to 401 Canal

hth them." pods of the honey-locust in Amer- deceived; God is not mocked: for This crop had been delayed for the 1931 crop. Clewlston Local mill of Southern

I Then Jesus spake this parable I' Ica.It whatsoever a man soweth. that BAPTISTSunday some weeks by abnormally cold It appears that the Carolina Sugar Company operating atfull
to i them, saying, ."What man of is said that John the Baptist shall he also reap. Galatlans 6: weather for this time of year. have not been so seriously affectedas capacity.

having an hundred sheep, if I Uved parUy on this food in his early 7. school at 10 a. m., A. J. I regards tonnage, In comparisonwith Jacksonville Building permits
i lose one of them, doth not leave life. "No man gave unto him." How may we receive strength? Thomas supt. We miss the orchestra TENNESSEE ACREAGE last year, as the 1930 crop Issued during March totaled |48,.

e i ninety and nine in the Wilder- He was not considered worthy of Answer, read Jeremiah 81:3. and hope the players will soon DWINDLING was way short of original esti 810.

181! and go after that which is notice nor of assistance. "And when April 18 be back. A. J. Thomas is doing I mates. Present estimates of shippers .

t, until he find ItT And when be came to himself, he said, how splendidly as a new superintendent Nashville, Tenn, April 3. Nota are that the crop will very

e i hath found It, he layeth it on many hired servants of my father's Hear the Lord: 0 earth, earth, and he will appreciate an Increased point In any section of Tennessee nearly approximate that of the l

i shoulders, rejoicing. And when have bread enough and to spare, earth, hear the word of the Lord. attendance. has Its normal acreage in year put.Vlrr1nla.

}e cometh home he calleUs togeth- and I perish with hunger! I wiU Jeremiah 22: 29. Worship at 11 a. m. and 8 p. m. strawberries this year. Every and Maryland, other Important

t his friends and neighbours say- arise and go to my father, and will How should a Christian walk? Notice the change of Ume for point and every district In the state producing states in the

I unto them Rejoice with me; say unto him, Father, I have sinned Answer read Lam. 3:22: 23. the coming service. shows a smaller acreage.; This Is eastern and southeastern group,
or I have found my sheep which against Heaven, and before e The program of Easter music the third consecutive year that the report similar decreases in produce

i lost. I say unto you. that like- thee, and am no more worthy to be PASSION WEEK SERVICESThe by the united choir was much appreciated strawberry acreage has shown a ing acreages with a very pronounced

i Joy shall be in heaven over called thy son: Make me as one of by the large audiencelast decrease. cut predicted In the Virginia

lie sinner that repenteth moren thy hired servants." The boy went union services held by the Sunday evening. The offering Beginning in 1929, continuing crop as compared with 1930 ship _

over ninety and nine Just per- I back home and began confessing churches of the town during Passion for local welfare needs amountedto through 1930 and up to 1931, this ments. Maryland shows a considerable 'nlciftkAvenue

which need no repentance." I his faults, but his father overlooked Week, proved to be very successful $21.00. dwindling in acreage has kept up cut in acreage but conditionof

e i lost sheep represents the his bad conduct and said to the both as to attendance and Midweek services Wednesday until the acreage from which this fields appears to be slightly better -riding, strolling, .bopping'--41 (

The other 99 I sheep represent, servants. "Bring forth the best the quality of the meetings. In- evenings at 8 p..m. Come. season's crop Is to be picked Is one In some sections than in Vlr- panorama of beauty streams that
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r By Charles' ; Gonraod's Oriental Cream you east d
DOROTHY DARNIT McManus possess a skin and complexion tbatl
even the most attractive there
would be prond to have. f r
"WILLIE" :* HAS THE BOSS Yeti HAD BtTTERNGTT AN sso suGivrc 19 OW PARDON Ma i AS LONG A* You -' > Try it tonight. With the vmyj ,
DEEM LOOKING FOR MESINCEI'VE I coin THE IN T)1ERE.1'LLCOIW I THOUGHT; VOO WiKB.ALONE' ARE HERE You IQMT// first touch a fascinating, eUarJpearance
of radiant
> l"o THERE *- pearly
QUA COLLECTORS POLITE AND INTRof.jHIS I 1.. CAN DO'W 5 revealed. Will net rafc
WERE HERE TALKING MB TO I I INK vwEUU OUT A.ND ] off, streak or spot
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By the power ...t.d In them by
;the Uwe of Florida the Board of
Public Instruction of Bradford oounly. -'
call .n lection to b. bold aSVRndnblll
IL fhib-Dletrlct$ No. 19 on
April ilth, 1011, for the purpoee oflooting
; three treat..nd determining
I the mlUtce to be .......4 la
I f aid dletrlct. ,,
I For the purpose of holding laid
i election the m.n...,. are' aa follower
I I/evy Norman. Xorby Cr w.,
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C.nKIRM4e1."THE and Bam WhU h ad.
H. D. MAT, ;
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,MAIN THING ON MAIN STREET By L. F.. Van Zelni\\ l-l7-tt-4-fl


In Circuit Court-Bradford Coun
nitII...!!!! -u.-.. ty Florida.' In Chan*ry.
1if 1st. mot A jrrINM. Alfred Carter

UADI I tiO'JMRUA JEST taut r tvoT ova PI- ANft& **. Complainant
PIEV9PAPIJt CIPIH DAf4 li CCMM.AtfAWf. 6AR-40i1 RRN Ail pGp 'BgrIt10. Ida Carter, _
14GtJS4 lM TgS O/ 1i4lEft/ ; IP 21046OiYNf Defendant. s
: Z CLABtT UHOHADCS- It appearing by affidavit appended
BANKER CNIf ..+ v><+ouT? i e wC I FCCl WMtHMT to the Hill filed !I. the above etated Y'
cause that Ida Carter, tho defendant
TANS IN GAUl' GUSTO gnomes:; H TM olivine -AtKSN 3' therein named I. a non-re.ldent of r
a son rr >V the elate of Florida, and ehe le I erenldenl >
y.PO uora of the town of Homervllle,
Cfi WAt'4 State of Oeorfla. and rein her mall '
"IE BIG CfFI 60T O/'f r SUMMCB6ARPCH' : In eare' of H. J. Jordan, and If ever,
QS E.tftNrAtt he: ... of Twenty-one yeara' ,
BAa,,, 4DQ It le therefor ordered thai e.leI l .
J.P ,. LAVlSMLY. non-reeldent defendant be and I.
OUQ lOCAL " '.rebr required to- appear to the
R ." ffE iLL bill of Complaint filed In said eaue I
:'-.0 cr HIS lAm "I g on or before' the 4th day of May: A.
9u1'. y ">. Mil, otherwise the alle.atlons of
WCLCOK8.> aid bill for dlvore* will .be taken a*
IE Ebkt: a eonfeesed by: .ald defendant. It I I.
kft IH 1415 : I further ord.r.d that this order ... 1
; S published one. a week for fnnr oonoeutlve -
: OP week In the Bradford ,y
4i: NAP County Telecrapa a pub>>
4 lehed In ...14 county and (tat*.
".",..._. 'L; 'HIb .. _1 C This March Slut A. D., letl.
tNEW 41ts41Gi L -___ U. W. ALDKKMAN: ,
AQr: : Cl.r" Circuit Co.rf.aoltcllor ..
tr n M. JOHK8.
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- of these gentlemen will quaUfy for
I Remember every promise made the race; however people are beginning advantage; to see that money ap 0. School >i xhibit-per;
And keep It to the letter; to talk the place around. propriated for education ia used ture Gardens, shOWIng ,
I I From Other PensIf I Remember those who lend you aid Stafford Caldwell announced some In the moat. advantageous way.JACKSONVILLIC SilverSprlags, and g t' .-..
And be a grateful debtor. time ago for the place. Dr. Hatha- -i--o-- designs. many tti|
has stated be would run again, FLOWER
-' "--O-'-- way
a man la an expert mechanic A new lamp baa been invented John S. Taylor is understood to be SHOW Demonstration >Exhiblte
can put a ribbon on his type- In a receptive mood. Senator King 1. Ferns
which Is bright enough so that a
Times-Union. Provided of Orlando is said to have aspira The ninth Annual Flower Showof 2. Hanging
color suits her. person five miles away can reada Clone torn think Lex Green would the Federated Circles of the I 3. Bulbs. Baskets.
r newspaper! In Its light. Used at like to try the place some think Garden Club of Jacksonville will exhlblt. (Thla Win be the IIItI
: Some men are naturally fools: arm's length in conjunction with a John Martin or the quadrennial be held on the grounds of theWOmaD' 4. Potted)
strong magnifying" glass. It may will in the some Plants
Catts get race 16.
Club Thursday, April
are made so by a woman. A
: enable searchers to ascertain what say John Mathews Alsop,Way- Pool and l
Roberta PtanUl
Mrs. Thurston presi- ;
Telegraph. We have the republican >administration has bright, Buford. Fred Davis or other 6. Ye Old Well
of women being fooled too.I accomplished to the credit of thepartylCelllherMinn. prophets (political) will try.- dent of the Federation, and her 7. Single Blossoms
; New Port Richey Press. .) ,"orum.Both Madison EnterpriseRecorder.o very efficient chairman, Mrs. C. W. 8. Native Material.
, --o- -o-- Zaring announce that detailed 9.
>> :'f'i The Bradford County Telegraph forces the are state; now and busy county at highway workin Education, Much But Worth plans are now complete and the hlblt. informal Rock Gat*, ;II

that Eve was the only wom the Callahan district, and splenadieS It 1931 Flower Show promises to sur 10. Informal
\ , .who couldn't fool her husband progress Is being made,in road (Titusville Star Advocate.) pass those previously held.' Everyone 11. Feature Spot :
I u': ,,d her age., Another distinction construction work in this section of I Governor Doyle E. Carlton madea of the twenty-six, Circles 'are 12. Planting
1',1 ''I. the mother of. the human race. Nassau county. The state convict speech in Bayfront Park in MI- contributing to the exhibits, which 13. Anarctlc and Plant Mart.
J ;: Chief gang assigned to the work of grading ami a few days ago, and he dwelton are to be varied and will comprise Ice Punch Garden. Unclult
, ;. 1 o state highway 13, between the subject of education. He attractive arrangements of the Bowls, ArangBm
I Jlggs reports that a motorist Callahan and Baldwin, is now quartered pointed out what it costs to educate Blocks of Ice. Ice Palaces A1IIr(;
flowers which
shrubs and are
arrived at Tarpon Springs af- in the new camp, midway between the young men and women of noon and Evening.
dint t a trip through Georgia saw a Callahan-and Crawford and the state as well as what It meansIn grown In Jacksonville Gardens. Commercial Exhibit
which reads: "Cars Washed ,work on,the project 18.Under,:way. bigger and better lives for those The approach to the' Woman's Nurseries.
polished; Austins Dunked.- under :direction of Engineer'''Re- young men and women. Club has been set out In new grass Florists.
+ w Daily Sun.o ,vere. -+> Callahan News The subject of educating the and a number of plants will make a City :Farm.
- '"*' L young people 0(' state always permanent contribution to beautifIcation -
Moore Haven should get a big Motion Carried brings up two'sound propositions after the Show Is over. The
from being headquarters .. first; that the cost of educating the entire grounds of the Club which
hlndquartera.--Stark Tile. Thje'Ocala, ,Bannej": suggests the youOg'people la huge cost, and extend from' Riverside Avenue to
ph. But think what a kick we following as ''the rfotto for the second that although it Is costly the river have been divided, and live
have gotten if the sheriff forthcoming\leaston \of 'the' state '.it Is worth it. That good la citizen the way viewst. that various Circles have blue prints of Chickensleoo
nc poured out that carload legislature:' practically every
: freight It Is worth aU that the gov- the space allotted them showing
liquor on the marshes for said There alnt no use ,ernor said It was worth. We cannot how the exhibits are to be arranged. -
1 Moore Haven Democrat. New laws to make afford to the opportunities .
Impair Careful thought has been given $ Bills
rE1 ._o-_ We've got 'more,now of our young people for an edu to the design so that each booth
Strawberry shipments are in- Than we can break! cation.' All that we can do and and arrangement will fit in to the
daly at Starke and Law- Cincinnati, Enquirer.To the beat we can do la to make sure ."
general scheme, and the harmony
i' and Lake City grocers are han- that the money is used used to for the educational best-I of design promises to make the $1.00 Bills, Packages of I
and Which We Add purposes
W more more of them.
Into beautiful
grounds a completely
wife at this writing Is busy There ain't no use garden for the day. Merchandise, 200 Gas
a shortcake out .of lus To look for much- also
exhibits will be shown on
Starke berries. Lake City <'Cause if we do 'the terraces and In the cluhouse. Balloons to Be Thrownoff
Best in the world.o We'll get "in Dutch.-In- FLORIDATHEATRE
Classifications for entries In the
F --- --- verness Chronicle.Old Flower Show have been announcedas the Roof Saturday at I
Truck near Baldwin forced a car ---o---- follows
4 the ditch. Injuring a woman TImer Remembers I : 9:30a.m.
Classifications of Exhibits
It's about time some When most of the poor singing GAINESVILLE, FLA.

used of body on state widths roads of trucks was was heard in the barber shop and 1. Flower Arrangements. One minute before the doers I

Bradford County Tele not over the radio. Pro. Week April 10th '2. Annuals and Perennials. are opened to the vast crowds
When, button book Im-
a was as
Starke Fla. So say we all I 3. Bulbs. that WIll attend this sale,
Maine do likewise.-Lisbon portant around'the,,house- ,as a can ;i 4. Roses. are we
) Enterprise. opener Is now. staging an exciting II,.
TODAY ,6. Photographs and Slides.
,t -o -- When calling, hogs. was considered Ing circus. 200 Gas Balloon
can a man starve to death a calling: to be let loose with merchandise
). Florida with frog legs selling When tramps :Fame: around to I' attached
% $95 a Times-Union. How the back door. i coupons good
jumps would a frog catcher When a dare-devil was a young I iI for face value on a purcbaM

to make to collect a ton,-* fellow who rode past his girl's 'Stolen Heaven" I c fat denominations of So to ft

Telegraph. With frog legs home on a bicycle with his hands e Come see the fun. All start
for 1.50 per dozen the off the handlebars to show off. With : '
promptly at 9:30 a. Sat-
i m.
..-Union must think we are When every member of the family .
I whales down here. Moore had time to get, home for all Phillips HolmesAdded urday April 11th, 1031.

Democrat. the meals. Comedy, Act News I
When the romance of "The

] At Melbournelast week someone Cook and the Cop" was the most State Farm Exhibit.
the Times office and rob- popular in the Penny Arcade.-The SATURDAY I
!'f1 the establishment of 23 cents. Pathfinder. ', Bridal Room. (Featuring on al

Incident la causing consider William flames I tire room newest home deconj

comment among the new pa. Long-Felt',.Wants 9, tlons. altar, table etc.).
folks :
the In
,, over state, for it is a
known fact that about the (Gainesville Evening News.) + Cut Flowers Plants Palml

thing having a semblance of A 8Clentltl .Journal suggests a "Tailor Made Man" 'forty kinds of Hedge, EvergreeorCARL'S !
around the average country ,. number of mucb-ne inventions.
paper office is the 9 mark on Strangely, howeveK'jt omits from Added Louise Fazenda Com-
', 'J'I Ilntoype machine.-Lake Wales Its list the following{: edy, "Second Hand Kisses" I

A serf-WtMuuM....* Automobile.An .
0 airplane' that Is not
Rear subject & I CASH CORNERIn
jt ,Admiral favors Samuel McGowan i the law of gravitation. Monday Tuesday
a constitutional
A_ golf ball with a phonograph
country from that going would to war prevent un ttachment that:' will sing out '50 Million 'Frenchmen S. R. Johns Building-Opposite Depot

ti submitted to referendum sere I am."
a With a Star Cast
of its citizens except when at An anglers' scales that will corporate The screen's greatest comedy Phone 15 Starke, Fla., We Deliver I
We would add that a rec- the fisherman's story.A .
be kept of all that voted for berry basket,that will prevent '
and if declared they, would II the beat berries. from staying on WEDNESDAY'William
'L the first their to be nearest drafted to kinsmen fight I '1e top.A SPECIALS FOR FRIDAY SATURDAY

I telephone call bell that will in- PowellIn ,
I are able. -Lake City Report-;
irm us who Is-."P.,ih-'-"other end of
he wire. AND
-- -o- I MONDAYNo.
Out of Gadeden comes the first An attachment,;,,for home radios "Man of the World"Added
claimant to nomination for hat will pass the conecUon plate

W. P. Axson says he tier the Sunday,sermon. Comedy, "Parading ,

Js run with a big broom as his -" - Pajamas" and News 2 Cans Tomatoes ____________?_______ 5e
and his platform Includes This past week (we have seen

from Florida highways all 'ew West paper Florida accruals'who of a man over Pasf Maxwell House Coffee, Ib. ______________ 27e
n ran for the Coming My: ;
and truck lines, refusing to
,. eglalature InftC'year and is now ,2 Ibs.
t a chain store.operate in the 'unning for governor with a big ,With, ,Cumberland Ground Coffee_________ 25e I
s' pruning expenses generally also
'roomslogan: announcement
arraying the "masses" against t a central Florida man, once a Bebe' Daniels and Ben 6 Octagon Soap or Powders ______________ 20c
"classes." Upon Axson must nember of the...legislature for the

'-1 descended the Catts mantle. fflce of governor: and proposinghat Lyon I Bacon Plates, Per lb. ____________________ lOt
JIW'rr Commercial the governor's salary be cut
; .
hMf W ..ot think either Picnic Hams
fy} ---o- t Sugar Cured, lb. ___________ 17e
I are Other Differences Too

A, Smoked Sausage, 2 lbs. for _______________ 35e
; The gum-chewing girl

And the cud-chewing cow Oysters, 5 oz. Can _______________________ lOc
t\2\ Are somewhat alike

But different somehow. SUGAR, S Ibs. White Sack ______-------- 2Sc
What difference?

Oh yes, I see it now; Longhorn Cheese, lb. ______ _____?....__ -20c
Its the thoughtfulLook

'1 on the face of the cow.- Black Eye teas, S Ibs. for __.:.:_ 1_________ 25e
I Grower.

Iftt.;, v .._p 'Zinc Wash Boards __________-..:________ 25c
One thing the present

ft } of drive has done or campaigns is to Curb,the for ..,,<;:., w: cfi, tn,; BANANAS, pound -' _'__________________ 5c,

.. Following the war the av 96 lb. Honeysuckle Flour
?3 '. business man was solicited ___:.:._______ $230
to death by a hundred dif 21 lb.
... committees of one sort or Honeysuckle Flour _______________ 65c
'ft. that had for their purpose ,
11i\.y' sole ambition to raise money. % 96 Ibs. Great Western Flour _-________-, $2. 5
few letterheads
bearing the
:,\\ of of 24 Ibs. Great
some! leading citl- Western Flour 7Sc
... of the ________
community: or the na
,i1;}: :
onto an unsuspecting Individ GRITS
'""FAA a "drivefor a few hundred' ,per sack _______________-- $230

4 : an4 dollars to feed people in For their sakes SAVE. For their sakes MEAL Water Ground
e out of the way place. The per sack ___--_ $IJ5

.' i." ), of but the the.hungry hungry". is fellow always ia don't gamble' (and"investing",""" " in speculative RICE,Blue Rose,whole Grain _.-___: $1.00
of these .dn.... never re '

\, ,. t to a raise dime the out caah..Wlntel'of the dollar Ha it securities- is gambling);. For their- Race Horse Mule Feed, sack ,_______ $2.00

Ifr. .. Herald. bit by bit a reserve fund that SCRATCH FEED
:;4ii '\! --o-- _ __..._ : __._ .__ $2.20

f to Forget and Remember .will"mean ..independence- luxury for LAYING MASH 1 '
: '_ ______ _______ $2J5
tF each kindness that you do your children: in years to come.' i SUPREME DAIRY
As soon as you have done it; ,0'* ...> FEED, _ __ $2.00 I
the praise that falls to you ,'' "
V >
) .'.. The moment you have won It; : VERIBEST SHORTS _ _______;____ $1.!JO I

: Before the you slander can repeat that you it;hear The:JBANK .of S'rARKE. WHITE CLIPPED OATS ----------- $2MO

each slight, each spite, each I
} i f ..r , I CORN Yellow Western
; ; sneer : ..-r.-:" !",.... -h,....... $2JOOISaCratttandJjMOCutis
;': [ ; Menver'you tiANKs [
; may meet It., AW..ttQNOR tOLL ; i -" ,__:I .u.' '
\? '' :-:every kindness done f J. ::r ill- I -- ..,.. X..,$133&_ I
(t To you whate'er Its measure.! E. S. !oIatth .Press J? R..1..'bayis-Cashier - I I,
praise by others i FRJJTSivD PRODUCB'DAILY
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pas it on with pleasure:
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