Group Title: Bradford County Telegraph.
Title: Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Uniform Title: Bradford County Telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke, Fla.
Starke Fla
Publication Date: April 17, 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: VID04807
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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bed 1877 Year $1.50; Slx'MontluJ. 75c-: Payable in Advance E. S.l\Iatthews. Owner and FublUlur

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1 Inor Two men and two women trav-
eling In a Hudson sedan held up State Demands REACHED HERE THIS WEEK'

the Kahr filling station ;Just south

of the city limits at 4:30: Tuesday I I -

Battle Ensue As Meas Wants Tax Legislators This Section Appointed afternoon and escaped with approximately Comply With Law 18''Fluid Milk I Week's Movement Totals Over, i

,passe By 7S-17 Vote City to on Important Committee $T. A larger' amount During Past Six Months Last Week In The I 700,000 Quarts With Receipt

For 19S1 Session would have been secured if the men I tI03.000.ooI ;I

April 13.Extenthe committing the robby had not been Florida dairymen have suppliedthe

aseee dead-line on payment Express Buses Both members of the legislature ,frightened away by another car entire demand for fluid milk State t t Legislature I Berry ;ants: from the i,

-e taxes from April 1 to June from Bradford county were honored -'pulling up. a roll of bills In Mr. and a considerable amount of the .St *-Lawtey platforms for theweek

(authorized by the house of with appointments on Impor- Kahr's pocket being overlooked by fluid cream within the state during -i. -- ending; Wednesday eight 'to*

Intatlves. Florida leglslaIjay tant committees in the senate and them in their baste: the last six months, due to im tailed 702,720 quarts, or almost T,
The city council of the city of There were four Items of
the first bill of the house last week as shown by the The sheriffs office was notified proved conditions traceable to legislation major 33,000 quarts mqre than the total
as Starke Florida met April 7th, In interest in the opening week of the
l-thtrd regular session was list of committee appointments released and a description ,of the bandits passed two years ago the : season movement to that date.
session with the
regular following legislature the choice of
certified to the senate. I last Thursday after organization and their car was wired to Sheriff department of agriculture reported : speaker ,Last week saw platform prices'
and members present: C. F. Hoover, of the house, the charges by Rep
proposal was Introduced by chairman J., C. Manning, W. L. of the two bodies had been Wells of Gainesville, who broad- to the 1931 legislature.In resentative Tom Watson against climb to as high as 45: cents and h1
Chester N. Home completed. canted news of the Vobbery- short addition to the large amountof some sales at even higher figures
ntatives Wall, N. Sternberg. Minutes of the Comptroller Ernest Amos, the message -
and brought the first Senator Johns was appointed by ly after. According to the Alacbua fluid cream supplied, there has Thursday being the high day with ,
pvson last meeting were read and of Governor Carlton and the
I batUe of the.JsesBlon, Rep- the senate president to serve as county sheriff tile car passed been a larger amount of cream going question of whether or not to adJourn nearly a hundred thousand quarts

Itlve J. M. Lee, of Highlands The clerk was Instructed to take chairman of Judiciary "A" committee through Gainesville shortly before Into the manufacture of but- Thursday for the Legion going out at an average price of
convention -
the fight against adop- and is also a member of the his office was notified.,.. They had ter than ever before In anyone SSo. Higher prices are usually kl
| In .
up with the city attorney, the licensing at Tampa.Of
f the measure. :Mr. Lee em- committees on Finance and Taxation not been apprehended up until year in Florida, the report stated. paid on Thursdays because shipments
of secondary Importance were
Ing that he was speaking etc. express and Public Utilities. Thursday, morning.! "Prior to the winter of 1928- certain bills Introduced In the sen- made on this day will be in av
Florida" warned In the house Representative "youth of The time for taxes I ate last Thursday other bills In
i paying city fluid milk and fluid cream ; ,
Wainwright will serve as chairman of day ales.
.19 etension of the delinquent was extended to May 1st, 1931.' the house on Friday; the affect In
Stock Just how much
of the Immigration committee, BroughtInto {were imported. Prices held up to better than 33 0.'
be dangerous parity
tie might the house
After the payment of routine on Friday; the effect In
each winter Is not known
In cents
reference to the school vice chairman Engrossed Bills anda came until Tuesday when platform ?
in bills the council adjourned. appointments; and the statementby
suggested that ac- .. member'' of the following addi but it has been estimated anywhere prices dropped to $:J.oo to $3.00. '
He Chairman Wells of the state
on. S
matter be deferred for tional committees: Census and Ap- State ToBetter from 150.000 to 200,000 gallons of resulting In a heavier movement
the Democratic committee that he
to 2 OOOO gallonsof of
and when that portionment. Governors Messagesand milk and 200,000 berries on consignment The
onsideration pushing a move for a
This milk
cream a year. growers
Primary association sold
Uon was not heeded made Administration Reports, convention.The their load-
Prison and Prisoners cream came from Missouri, Indl- Ings Tuesday at
Laws State $8.45 netting
the actual Herds
effort to stop paaf Democratic In the
new style of turpentine face ana Ohio Virginia, Tennessee, caucus members of the association $8.03. 4
the bULcharge house was a grand show from the
patterned after the French face Representative C. A. Roberts of Alabama and Georgia. Rains Sunday did not Interfere,
that only largey tens division of the Lewis and
has been under trial for several 1 1930 to April
-- October ,
Union county was appointed chairman "From [with the berry movement, but the
owners years at the Southern Forest Ex- of the committee on Convicts, Pure Bulls Are Solid_ ar Cost State 1, 1Q31 there has been ImportedInto Tomasello factions to the fainting 'slow rains of Wednesday and
extension was flung Into Station here to Board other states i of one of the little girl candidates I
according from
several of then vice chairman State Prison and lnfprned.Cattlemen 'Florida Thursday will Inflict a lois on the
gument by Lenthal who Is in !.* of fluid milk. for page. Some three weeks ago
Wyman, chargeof Prisoners and a member of the only 4,275 gallons growers, the continued downfall 1'resulting
and Mr. Lee emphasized the naval In Florida; are taking from Geor- Interested persons saw Clay Lewisan '
government stores experiments committees on Citrus Fruits, Hotels All of this milk came In soft fruit
ind by announcing the re- in the south. This styleof and Innkeepers, Livestock, greater advantage of.,the work m gi, and Tennessee. During the easy winner in the speakershlp 1 The total movement from the

f a telegram from the High- chipping is of considerable Interest Nurseries and Plant Husbandry. 'I tick eradication being".carried on sam* time 160,00 gallons of sweet race but by Saturday, April 4, Pet- Starke and Lawtey platforms this
County Board of Public loon State Live Stock Sanitary the state. This er Tomasello's cohorts had amassed -,'
to naval stores operators Representative J. E. Larson of by the cream came into week would make up 80 express ,
stating that unless tax and a Board in. connection with Missouri, Indiana a total of pledges most disconcerting -
and timber owners already Clay county will serve as chair- working cream came from jrefigeratcr cars carrying 280
_j were forthcoming schools few operators have started to try man of the committee on Public the United States; Department of' Tennessee, Georgia and Ala to the Lewis camp. now.j crates esch. Express refrigerator ?

area would have to be closed. it out in their own woods, notably and vice chairman Agriculture it was revealed Satur-I bama. ever, unofficial tallies by movements have been Increasing
Roads Highways
Home supported his meas- at Ga., at the board's monthly. newspapermen the afternoon priorto
Captain Eldredge Fargo Uniform Laws committee anda dayday Lewis'' dally with a corresponding decrease -
declaring that such action"be Brunswick In Jacksonville, when an FAMILY RETURNS TO the caucus showed leading
and R. E. Benedict of meeting In movement by freight, the
Godsend to that class member of committees on Appro BURNED with about 06 votes. V
a announcement that a number of FIND HOME
movement being reported as 38',-
pie who are anxious to pay Ga.The earliest work with this styleof priations. Canals and Drainage Judiciary pure bred bulls from tick free Following nomination speeches 000 quarts for Lawtey and 318,720 fv

'e unable to do so." Repre- face was done about 1913: near Education" "A". Fisheries and areas north of her have just been Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Starlingand that lauded both the young gentlemen quarts for Starke, at the average

Ive Peter Kendrick of St..' Crestview on the Choctawhatchee "D, Public. Grounds sold, at cost, to .cattlemen In the family returned yesterday after to the skies the secret, poll price paid for the week of 27 1-2

urged for Immediate action National Forest by Supervisor I. F. Buildings, Rules.INJURED state. 1 i spending.a few days In Law resulted in a 52 toit count for cents quart. N

Ktared! that such would "be a Eldredge and Ranger E. F. 'Me- .IN WRECK Members of the board and executives ' tey to find their home on Herschel H. Clay Lewis. It was not a north- One of the association's cars't.'t.

relief to the agriculturists,", Kee. In charge of the work pointedto street South Riverside reduced toashes west and south Florida scrap, for shipped Thursday of last week was a

DIng particularly the potato: Station fact that breeding pure by a fire which also destroyed .both men had able allies in' all
In 1926 the Experiment to her home In Lees- the by broken Into after loadings bad been 1'
ra of his section of the statei:[started some tests near Starke In from a Jacksonville hospitalMrs. bred bulls la the tick free commun a garage and other outbuildings. parts of the state. Tomasello, a completed and the car sealed and
i I burg
oa which more gum was obtained by G. B. Fussell received several ities with the rant;? cattle in from The fire of unknown origin oc- I true sportsman, successfully calleda about a truckload of berries stolen.
unanimous ballot for the victor
tool to fivegeaarttton' stockmen curred at 4 o'clock Monday morn- The theft not discovered rrr
newstyle of chipping three was until
278 HOLDS MEETING using a broken ribs and other Injuries In an
I and later gracefully led In the
than by using the regular; American automobile accident early Sunday may have cattle that are so nearly ing. The South Jacksonville fire i very of the the car was placed on the siding at a,
tedious work introducing
in 1929, accordIng in breed that any Impurities department though the home was Baldwin for re-Icing.'
Irke Grove No.. 278 held its hack. Again night Just across the bridge south pure three score candidates for
sev- not discernible. located outside the city limits responded young Even with the rains of this week
when to the government men, Davis, colored, are
Tuesday night they of Starke. Henry
pg the By Tuesday l
eral hundred faces were made with in the Dr. R. L. Brlnkman, In charge of to a telephone call for assistance page positions. movement is expected to reach the> ,
held coun-
ed Ocala Is
candidates from of Starke being the house bubbled over with
: fairly
ivlllt and Starke.r the new tool devised by V. L. Har- awaiting the outcome of live stock Improvement and final and led a successful lightito million and three-quarter mark by 'u
ty jail united tribute to
of the station staff and yields his car .tick eradication work, working out keep the blaze from spreading .harmony, paying Saturday night, the. .bipments to
officers were seated by de- per Mrs. Fussell's injuries the gracious Mrs. Tomasello, who
jataff the guardian instructed averaging 20 barrels of turpentineper crashing into the Fussell machine >of the office of the State Veterinarian to nearby residences. A scarcityof I Wednesday night reaching 1,871, ;u

were obtained. With two the ( Dr. J. V. Knapp, went to water and the headway gained) was present. 436 quarts bringing to the grow
ttendant and assistant att crop Just after it cleared bridge At Tallahassee Governor Carlton' -
faces draining into a single cup, I Tennessee and purchased the two by the fir made !it impossible to ers the sum of $334.717.76. Of this
t t to Invite In the out of town structure. message was well received
the home.
to carloads of bred cattle Just save Starling amount $193,248.00 represents the
The members gave to yields per crop of cups up I Mr. and Mrs. Fussell and son anda effects of membersof and Is considered as presaging ''
sold to cattlemen. The personal amount paid to growers during'
grove honors after which 40 barrels. colored chauffeur were In their of the action.
: considerable legislative
of tick eradication activities the family; blooded poultry and the week fi
claims that the essential Fussell Speaking ending Wednesday night
|guest introduced. After Mr. Wyman and according to Mr. his
was car flocks Heavy applause greeted
that which
in the two styles Dr.. Knapp declared the buildings The week's movementi'! '
difference to avoid
t business the chauffeur endeavored maintained .
session the Initiate is that the new faces the work is encouraging and I Is going were housed were Included: In the stand with relation to Stark, qts. ........... 318.720-
place and five members of chipping the collision with. Davis swingingoff man- occasioned by the fir*.-Jacksonville efficiency of the public schools. His .. j
one-half as wide as the shoulder forward in a satisfactory loss Lawtey qts. .... ... 884,000
[added to the Stark grove. are only the pavement to the counties where Tlmell-U lon, Tuesday opposition to a general sales tax
the nine
11 visitor old style and heal over twice as | the road. The Impact smashed ner. In : followed by
was called on to of spontaneously a
smoother and cattle dipping was startedMarch was Total qts. ..............702,720
i talk quickly. They are left front wheels of the two carried 88 to 4,,
to the END
which all respond. of treatment FRUIT FLY INSPECTIONS house resolution, .
at the top Instead of I 16, the first round1 Previously reported ... 668,716
arched overturning
letter was read from our are cars, Fuasell's car precluding further discussion of

I state president :Mrs. Myrtlepew shaped like an Inverted V. With twice and landing in the deep ditch has Just been completed. countiesin Orlando Fla. April 3.-Field this source of revenue by that bodyat
and healing At present then are 60 Total to date ___......1,371,436 ?
thanking Starke Grove greater yields speedier should upside down. Davis' Ford was sav- the state s that,ar*.<*lthr tick Inspection carried on In Florida on the present session. In many ,
I lovely flowers presentedt these new style faces ap ed from overturning by the bridge is scale since removal of respects the governor's message
desiring free or In the area'where work a limited Receipts for week ....$193,248.00Previously
t state convention islet peal alike to the operator railing. carried on.- >Of' th..., the Mediterranean fruit fly quay followed closely the legislative and reported 141,460.76 ,
high yields and to the timber own- Following the accident the negroes now being and are re- antine last November officially Wall finance and taxation commute

er the close of the meeting er desiring to prolong the working did not tarry Davis Jumpingthe 36 are through dipping of the work reports.
leased from quarantine!* six will be ended with the closing Total to date .._.----334,117.76
ial! committee served fruit life of his trees. bridge railing Into the canal. July 1, and there are eight last Tuesday. Instructions for discontinuing Representative Watson has Introduced al'i i

i and wafers to, all present. It is claimed that an ordinary Officers investigating found two through was started last Inspection were received for the Information of ''

chipper can easily cut the new empty bottles in the negroes car |In which dipping here early this week from Lee the house, 14 charges against THIEF WANTED CAR RETURNED -

CAR BRINGS GRIEF style streak and at no extra cost. and located the owner through the i, month. S A. Strong, chief of the plant quarantine Comptroller Amos, 12 of which are

Mr. Wyman is experimenting further license number. Davis was placed BORDEAUX CONTROLS and control administration in connection with the closing of l

[colored c n of Montbrook with a modified drawing under arrest at daylight Mondayby BLIGHT IN CUCUMBERS at .Washington. the Citizens Thust and Savings A queer sens of honor came to

.with grief Wednesday night knife which has possibilities for county officers, charged with ." Bank of Tampa. The comptrolleravers light Monday morning with the

|1IiII car took down one of the Improving the chipping of the new operating an automobile while Intoxicated Gainesville,-Fla. Cucumber REBUILDING BRIDGES: that Mr. Watson while coun- discovery of a stolen Chrysler

way standards next to the face. Although many other tur- his passengers, ,Dan be controlled by spraying sel for the bank insisted on being coupe near a Gainesvill garage

Service Station and his pentine experiments are under way Thomas and Gus McFashlon, be- blight with can a 2-4-50 bordeaux mixture i State highway forces are now appointed liquidator, and that beta with a not on the wheel request-

'imported to drive the car near Starke these new style "hog- ing witnesses against him. according to Dr. G. F. Weber [engaged la replacing the wooden now attempting to try In the legislature Ing that the owner be notified of i

Jacksonville to Montbrook all" face are among' the most pathologist with bridge structures on state road 48 charges be was not able to Its whereabouts. ;t

decided h* had urgent promising from a timber conservation SERVICES AT KINGSLEY LAKE associate Florida plant Experiment Station. east of Starke with concrete work- prove In court., The note read: "This car was u

1 out of town and took toeeII and naval stores production AND CHINA GROVE the He suggested that the first Ing this ,week on the small bridge The problem of pleasing constit stolen at Ralford. Fla. W. B. k''

to find !it The standard standpoint, according to Mr. WyBABTOWS be done when the second near the A. J. Thomas farm. Additional utents by staying on the job and Barns, owner. Plus notify- him

red to the extent of maD. All day services will be held Sun- leaves spraying have formedt) ana that *-ypllcatlons crews are also working on pleasing the American Legion by at one*." y

H3. which the negro paid |day at.Kingsley Lane uapun should be repeated week the shoulders. Bids for material going to Tampa was Indeed a Sheriff It. J. Wells who notified

wear being in shape to eonWs LIGHT BATEREDUCED church with dinner on the grounds. ath. dlsas 1*.prevalent . to resurface this road haVe also "poser" for both bouses. Urged the owner, believe. that the .car s

| Journey, h* hired a local TO lOo Services will be In charge of the ly as. throughout long the. picking season been advertised for' by. the bight on by President Whltaktr and might'have ba! ,stolen by one or
1 to Evangelistic Brotherhood,of.Jack- and the more of three convicts who escaped {
help him onto his destlLucklly spraying mac ins should b way department Senators King Hodges,
for bqth of the ,At a meeting of the Bartow city sonville' and the'male'quartette of The of. bJgkv, preasur*.so that . ' senate adjourned Thursday by a from the stat penitentiary at Ral< z

.the impact did not short council this week It was voted to the Brotherhood will, have chargeof capable will b* In-tIM form' of a A farmer brought a load of vegetable. vote of 21 to 17,'until Monday-In ford Saturday. -

ea carrying the"1300'yolt reduce the electric light rate of the singing. the spray rather than coarse drops. Th i Into town and sold them. respect to the desire of the Legion Several pies and pi* tins and a/> 4'

lighting system that city to lOe per kilowatt with Evening services will be held by fog should ewer the under std I Then be bought himself a complete and In view of the fact that put pot of coffee were found In the

a minimum of $1.2:5: per month, according the) two organizations at China spray new outfit.. New suit shoes hat, sessions transacted no business' of car.

.ND 1 TRUSTEES MEET: to 'l'Uad&T..cord.. The Grove church at 1::30. and at this of the feavea.Prepar* the '...-110 bordeaux' by underwear and a pretty speckled account during the first week. The i i .

._ s rate of 40 per kilowatt for cooking time two GhiflarrtOTi, will sing. 2 pounds of copper sul- tl*. Coming to the river be took house not having bad the senate's COLLET MANAGES .
board of bond trustee of and heating purposes.will be con Public cordially Invited to both trite In 25 gallons of water and 4pounds off his son staia dvaad perspiration opportunity of beginning the Introduction NEW YORK HOTEL, b,

Gr\I CoCbatJ" met la regular tinued. Users of power are given services of Urn la another 25 gallons soaked clothing: .and threw of bill on Thursday, wanted '- -

WIth .t1M, -following mem- opportunity of going on whAt of water. Pour the two solution [them into UM, rh'uUI4/ stood to start that portion of their I Th following.item taken from

Pfeaezlt. '. is called the "one meter, rate" LEGISLATORS HOME FOR at the sam time Into a watching them float away. work Friday instead of Monday "Knott, Knot**, house magazine

Ra.---. W. E. Torode. L. W. which cover light, power and beat, FOR WEEK-END third! *and, wooden container mixhj "Now." b* said TU dress up and and seeking the extra Urn for ''of the Xaott hotels in New York

Mr. Torode acted u chalrl but this plan is only available for them well.FJOVEMENT surprise my family." haying tMlr: nwly-namd and City, will be of Interest to Starke ,

l tem. Minute of the last home where current Is used for Senator E. M. John and Representative ( He looked under the seat of.the many standing committees organized triads of .Mr. Colteyr

were read and approved.. cooking. Under that plan the N. D. Walnwrlgbt returned OF HASTINGPOTATOES wagon for his clothe made the defeated a resolution for ad "Mr. C. C. Coltoy, who** service

I'M-"| was authorised to die:; rate will be 60 for the first 100 home for the week-end last for I : INCREASINGilastingsTie i amazing discovery that they had journment. They bad a session with the Knott Hotels In New York a

lord truck which ta stored kilowatts: So for the next 100 and [Friday both houses adjourning I been stolen. Friday morning and then adJourned City has been u clerk and aasls

ker.P&71I1ent'. 2c for all current used in excess the purpose of allowing membersto I! : .* April 10.-Uove- j "Well," be exclaimed as h* climb until Monday afternoon. 'I ant manager at Le Marquis, Th* i.
attend the American Legion "1 we'll go There about eight Important New Weston and the Albert, 1* the
of 'rouUDe Mlle of 200 kilowatts. it of Hastings potatoes is gett ed Into the seat guess were
PUdtbe Convention in Tampa. They re- r them 'Into the senate new manager of the Windsor. tie
board adjourned. ". is* well underuway although It on home and surprise any- bills thrown '
Births turned to Tallahassee Monday .1" mlddlarof'tht' month way." hopper the first day their gristmill goes to the Windsor directly from j
I | 'hIt"RSDA; Griffla, <* be ,The Albert, where h* was assistant
CLOSING Mr. and :Mrs. Gordon morning. t- >for the movement; begin to. .- I U was open: the first provided "
Lawtey..daughter April 10th. t---- In volume. :Favor Off the Georgia coast, between for a workman's compensation manager.

I :sa'J haU-holldayg will be Mr. and Mrs. Oasis Green THEATRE REOPENING r r.,11; n weather rapidly' tbs past few days Savannah and the BL John's river law paying employes for disability VETERANS' S WILL MEET'I'

" t_ 1IIreelul thI8 Stark son April 10th. will reopen been a great help and it Is ex there are but three fishing groundsof or death resulting from their

amiss: houses voting r to wait :Mr. and :Mrs. W. N. Dukes, I The local movie house Information -ted the movement will bnound important*-Tybe* Deep Water employment; another would. call a A -of veterans of J. ,J.

IDIddle of KaJ'. The Brooker daugbter, April 13th. next week, from Mrs.. 100 car dally this week. Ground Sapelo Ground and, Fernandina convention for the 'purp ,** of rvMng *- meeting
petition the owner. Dicklsoa Camp No. 1617 U. C. V.,
for Hampton received from Ground. Blackflsh: and
clOlllng during :Mr. and Mrs. Dave DyaV Prices have weakened slightly ,the state constitution. ; two
machines 26th.
Mcb1a montha WU1 be ****. daughter. April 13th. Maddox of Archer.when Projecting the sound this week with No. 1 grads'sellingiJO snapper*' are, the principal varltle *- outlined congressional dlstrict will 10 o'clock be held su on Sunday by order, April of Cap-

tile net weelS or two Mr4 and Mrs. L. CL;: Green Max dismantled removed last win- $ and No. 2 at 4.8O.. It Is taken. Tbs grounds are lag; two had to do' with abolishing ala Commander IlL. w T Weeks : ,
was the
tl: te date,tor vUlson, Aprt11Cth., equipment that these prices will bold fUb d periodically throughout
and the Petted .
& Adjutant.SubscriptionFor
ter han been repaired (Concluded on pace 4.) r. Morgan,
holiday ha. pee ')gr.' and :Mr R. E. Weaver silent productions. .$ tli* next few days. year.
will use
.tart.1 Starke daughter April 11th. house; I ,-,"?w ",ti.. ,..' ". ,", ', ' ......'+' -'''", -M"J'V': ", It .. /0 W k 1tt'iC? ,"I, I1dMlfi"+ r Zh'IYrh:
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.. I.' lag an extension of Ume to June mutuel racing bill providing for the The meaeuroa

'j'"i'l', Ii i 1 for the payment of 1930 taxes creation of a state racing commission state commisafon oaf]

{ I;' B. H. S. JOURNAL Legislative News was amended by the senate to ex- were announced by Representative and Industrial
i ; tend the time to June 15 and sent Dan Chappell of Dade coun- three members eveloPlll1IIt,
,1 '-' !I back to the house for concurrence. ty. Under the ChappeD bill the terms. The serving f\1Ir
jr "T6s Staff" Senator S. J. Hilburn of Palatka, racing commission would consist collUnlsatOQ
J male a
: Senator Hodges proposed the cording provisions of another of survey or un
offered the amendment in the sen- of three members, and would have in the state
'f :II Iditor-U-Chief! -------------- Milton Brownie abolishment of the occupational license the series of bills by Senator Get- ate and the date was changed without full power to license and regulate all Industrie and The cOoopeI'lte

J i, Assistant Editor ________________ Hazd Adkina taxes and the repeal of the sen. a dissenting 'vote. meetings. 'Each horse or' dog track a day for actual tim pay,,

1.1', l + Sports Editor ____ ____________ Gary statutes)' requiring the making of operating with the parl-mutuel the amount to be illleItkt
Monti fit sworn tjiax return statement Local bills will not be passed In Under. a bill by RepresentativeJ. system under license must pay to would be $6000 app
I' i LUtrarr Editor ----------------- j the house of representatives, Florida Tom Watson! of HUlsborough, the state, for equal distribution l.I1I1uauy.

:'! \ ; KxcJhangt: Editor ___________ Annie Mae Pearce Senator Johns-introduced to repeal legislature, during the current the offices of circuit judges, state's among the counties., 13 1-2 pet cent A bill placing-a severe ..
''q b Chapter 8684. Acts of 1921. relating session until five days after their attorneys, judges of criminal of the price of all admissions, and parking any unllghted p.
SENIOR PLAY OUR POET'S CORNER to equalization of taxes between regular Introduction, except under courts of record and county solicitors 30 per cent of the amount which the pavement of 'ehJtJ..
4 ,I counties and creating a position a waiving of the rules, which wool would be taken out of the pri- the racing association Is allowed to way after nightfall any Blatt
} Practice baa begun on the sent Vacation of state tax equalizer. require unanimous approval. mary elections. The offices are ap-: take out of the amounts wagered.This by another bill by Senator WoUld
for play, one .of the outstandini Vacation days are almost here I pointive by the governor, but un- latter amount, according to If no casualty occurred
} events of the year. This play I The merriest days of all the year County commissioners would not Under apportionment bill by der the present system exppresslon the Chappell bill, may not be more alty would be a fine not to>tu
i promises to be one of the best ever Lay aside your books and pen be eligible to succeed themselves Representative R. L. Black: of Ala- of public opinion as to candidatesis than 10 per cent of the total wagered 9500 or Imprisonment not ,

''' r put on by the Senlore of Bradford :Then out into the woods again. after one term in office, under a chua 18 Judicial circuits would be sought in the primaries. on each race. : six months' ,*,,. .v/Vlu..i, .1.{. s to"
High. The title la "Engaged by measure Introduced by Representative created In Florida with additional accident occurred, ills
I ? Wednesday" There Is.. plenty Of: To the lake we'll often go, Watson. Judges for four of the circuits. Representative I Rep. X. D. Stone, of Baker, introduced The house of representatives will would be a fine not exceedi
action, humor, and excitement Stanley, Charles, me and Joe; Black also Introduceda a measure making it un-, receive a favorable report from its or Imrisonment for not
throughout the entire play so Bathing, fishing, oh what joy By an overwhelming majorityvote measure to prohibit the foreclosure lawful to set steel traps "at any census and apportionment committee two years. la event of mont
rt we're expecting you out on the 27 Will our afternoon employ. the house of representatives, of tax certificates until after place, anywhere, at any time ex-: on house bill No. 1, which divides the penalty would be imprlioa s 4
t of April. Informed the citizens of Florida the expiration of four years from cept within closed buildings or, the state into five congress- of not less than one year
The list of characters are as fol- Gently down the stream we'll that no general sales tax leg1 la- the date of the certificate.The I within the curtilage of homes by, ional districts, giving Florida an- than five years nor
''+ lows: floatIn Jon would be considered during the one who owns or occupies the other representative in congress as -
Matrln Henry, the laziest man In our little cypress boat- twenty-third regular session.of the moot quick divorce question .building or home." A fine of $250, a result of the recent census. Un- Senator Johns Introduced.
? e county Lester Price Robinth -i There to tempt the fish so gay law-making body. found its way Into the floor of the or imprisonment not to exceed 90 der the provisions of the bill, the to change the terms of offlu
s, son.Arthur That we see along the way. house of representatives and' after days are provided as punishmentsfor new district would comprise the the state hotel commissioner
Watson-:Milton Brown- A eugenics bill, providing for a majority vote had killed a pro- violation.A counties of Clay, Duval, Flagler, state shell fish commissioner'
p lee. Welcome vacation with a song physical examination before mar- posal to place" the lawmakers on Orange, Putnam, Seminole, $ state fresh water fish and ',
:' Jack Ted and Dick, friends of For summer doesn't linger long riage, endorsed by the state con-i record as being opposed to the consideration bill by Senator Samuel W. Johns and Volusia, now forming a commissioner, state tax m
i' Arthur's James Walnwright'j: Soon we'U go to our books so fast ference of social workers, was Introduced of any such legislation, aOday Getzen, Bushnell, providing for the part of the fourth congressional and state motor vehicle
:Merrill Futch, Henry With happy memories of the past. in the senate by Presi- legal residence measure was abolishment of capital punishment district, which, under the apportionment (Ciicluded on page con T.j)
:Miss Abiglal Persons, a woman By Donald :McRae, "Our poet. dent Pat Whitaker of Tampa. swept into the-hopper with a floodof except in cases where the death I would be made up of,
ii of Ideas-Hazel Adkins. I other measures. penalty would be provided only Brevard, Broward, Dade, Indian
Marie, Jane and Mabel, friends Vacation Wholesale dealers In bread, candies when written into the verdict by River, Matrln, Monroe Okeechobee -
k' of Luclle Dora Manning, Evelyn I Vacation Is the best of time cigars, tobacco or like com- Senator Arthur Gomez Key the trial jury, was reported un- Osceola, Palm Beach and St.
? Stump, Thelma Andreu. For then how bright the sun does modities would pay an occupational West, proposed an installment plan favorably Tuesday by the senate Lucie counties The other districts
Mary :Martin Henry's aunt, cook shine. license tax only In one munici- for the redemption of tax sale cer- judiciary A committee It was an- would remain as they are now.
c5( at the Person's-:Melba Silcox. For under the big oak tree we'll pality, under the terms of a bill by tificates. The bill> he sponsored nounced by Senator E. M. Johns, -
; Lucile Persons Annie Mae I Senator Pat Whitaker. Tampa, would permit redemption through Starke, chairman of the committee. Bills of sweeping provisions
w Pearce. Until the last of vacation days president of the senate. payment over a period of five reaching the senate hopper Included tC.Slo4:4
f Mrs. Watson, a gentle person- And soon we'll go back to our years, with 20 per cent of the to- a measure by Sen. Samuel W.
Ceo Thomas. books, In another bill Senator Johns tal amount due to be paid annually. Senator Ray Nee!, WeatviUe, in- Getzen, Bushnell, to Increase the
d@@ :First girl-Louise Edwards. And forget every shady nook. proposes that all monies earned Six per cent Interest would be al- troduced a joint resolution proposing public free school appro-
a' :First Oypsy-Alice Fernandez To love our teacher and our class, and collected by the Hotel Commission lowed on the unpaid balances. a constitutional amendment to priating $1, OOOOO. The same bill
:I Director Miss Hazel Middle- But we will not forget the past go to the general revenue prohibit the governor from becoming would make It the duty of county
/, ton.'Choruses We will not, forget the loving fund. He also was the author of Provisions fora the abolition of a candidate for any office, boards of public Instruction to pro-
directed by Miriam Ja- games, the bill to abolish the office of the office of'municipal tax assessors county state, federal, during the vide a mInImum of eight monthsof
L cobs. And thev will never seem the same. State Tax Equalizer. the duties performed by term for which be was elected. The school., A companion bill pro
For all the boys and girls who were the municipal tax collectors and a same proposal would prohibit the vides apportionment on a basis of
4 SENIORS PITCH ONE there, Creation of an additional Justice stipulation that municipal taxes governor from becoming an ap- daily average attendance.
.1 I Would play so peacefully and fair of the state supreme court may be shall be upon the same relative pointee to any office, county, stateor -
v The senior boys took- It upon By Paul Raymond. asked of the citizens of Florida In value as placed by the county assessors federal, during the term for Senator Hodges tossed In the
c themselves to have a last get-to the 1932 general election If the are contained In measures which he was elected. first appropriation bill of the s_
gether before they left the dear MACCLENNY DOWNS plans begun today by the introduc- Introduced by Representatives G. -
: old school, so Friday some fifteen TORNADOES 7-6 tion of a Joint resolution In the O. Lea and A. B. Rowe of Manatee. A bill to provide workmen's ac-

m members accompanied by Coach -' house by Rep. J. Henry Blount, of cident compensation for Florida COFFINS & CASKETSAnd
'Bo" Lovell motored to the "sand The Tornadoes were downed by Duval county, are approved.The Two aeronautical measures were workers injured hi'the course of'
hills" and pitched their camp on the Macclenny nine Friday after- i introduced in the Florida legislature employment was' Introduced by a Fan Line .,
tl. the shore of "Benny's Pool. Sup- noon by the close score of 76. The measure proposing the abol- :Monday afternoon. Under the Senators Alfred H. Wagg, of Palm Undertaken
per was prepared, and the boys game was the first the Tornadoes ishment of the state hotel commission provisions of one of the measuresthe Beach and Pat Whitaker of Tam- Supplies
then tried to get some sleep. "Big had played in several years. Both was Introduced by Senator E. tax on gasoline stored, sold or pa. This measure is similar to the AUTOMOBILB HEARSE
l Bill" Graham slept the longest, his sides made many errors but other- M. Johns of Starke. It would place used for aviation purposes wouldbe bW which almost passed two years AI.." .. U.... ..... .. .
r time being thirty minutes. wise it was a very interestinggame. ,the duties and powers of the state allocated for the use of the state ago and it is reported baa since .-.he .* th. ......
When Saturday dawned 'hotel commissioner In the hands of road department in the building of been the subject of,, almost continuous ...-... an.auw M t.........
was In high spirits for'' they :Merrill Futch, the catcher for the State Health Officer with no emergency landing fields at strangle discussion in representa- .......

,., all expected to catch a ten pound- the Tornadoes, was the key man I additional compensation. points adjacent to key state Uve conferences in various cities SUMilftTKKBDDEWITT t.MSALM Is
c era When the boys returned to at the bat. He was at bat four highways.The throughout the state. C. JONES
?4 camp at six o'clock they found lines, getting four hits, one was a Effective June 1, any person STAJUCSb
f: that their catch for the day totaled I three bagger, two doubles and one I stealing any horse, mule mare, house bill by Representative Plans for the Introduction, either FLORIDA
ti twenty-six nice trout. A six pound single. "Nookle" Wainwright the J filly, colt cow. bull or, steer, helfr florae, of Jackson county grant- 'Wednesday or Thursday of a pari- .
a caught by Gator Inman was the Starke hurler pitched a fine game, 4& or calf would be punished byimprisonment'in I
largest But baltl Coach "Bo" striking out five men. I the state prison
Lovell caught a nice string of :Milton: of Macclenny was the for j not'more than five years, ac- ..- :
catfish but he'didn't eat them. main cog In that school's battery. ----Th\xe.

did A large portion of the fish were JUNIORS S Ta Ce More Tlian. UiuaTIVkk In;,
cooked Saturday night and each There will be plenty of fun-mak j
ing In the Senior play "Engagedby Well folks, time you
r ate to his heart's content. Announcing That Wc Now Carry.-
I bear from t :
us will
Then to make) the day complete Wednesday, on April 27th in we be "Dignified
"$o" reported that he had lost the the high school auditorium at eight j Seniors.: And we hope next year \ .. I
o'clock. 1 we won't have e-.t.,
as many fusses as "
key to his car. but he was
1 we have bad this year. f r -
to town.
The seniors attending were: BASKETBALL GIRLS :Miss. Fernandes says that If .
James Walnwright, Bill Graham RECEIVE EMBLEMS I II ome of the >Juniors don't start Silk Stockings ; \"-
+ Milton. Brownlee, Richard Long, I studying they're going to flunk the
Enos :Mayes, Bill ..Waln On Thursday, at the final chapel I geometry exam. Now, Isn't .that 'v "', ; D
wright Resale Colson, Merrill exercises Coach Estelle Davis prej j just awfuir ..... I "\ "
seated eight girls with the beautiful We are certainly glad the ban- ,
1' Futch, George Tnman Henry Guy, r % '
red and white emblems Coach 4 duet will be off our hands tonight; ( I *
Louis Hill. The visitors :
Emory Guy,
4 being "Bo" Lovel, Charles Davis made an appropriate talk I and we hop the next Juniors will Because of their{ 'durability their : e
t upy -
and each girl was called to'the 1 not have as much'work to do as
Darby and Lester Robinson. \
i stage to receive the much covetedB. 1 we have had. Jt ,to-the.minute'sobers, and glorious
H. S. letters. Those receiving Well since this Is our last paper,
_ yjy EXTRA! EXTRA!Ip emblems were: will say that I think on the whole ;.. .! ,beauty, ,and because of the wonder] "e
Captain Hazel Adkins ,:Manager the Juniors have had ful
a very sue '. satisfaction they give to '
p Don't forget to come to the Senior Daisy Tompkins Patsy Brlnson, cessful I year, with only a few fail- women]
_ play "Engaged by Wednesday." Dora :Manning, :Murla Weeks, Evelyn I ing and having had some of the who wear them, we have installed fJ1'
If you miss it you will never stop Stump, Ruth Rowe and Loren 1 most brilliant in athletics and takIng iYiFLDStWIW
wishing that you bad been there. Greene. j part in many other activities.HEllS silk stockings in bur,
w' So let's make It a big success. It store. ,exceptionroadahill
a, is for a good cause and there will A :.
be plenty of fun and drama In this !
.snappy play directed by Miss Hazel 0i
a Mlddleton and sponsored by the ;All Gold Stripe are of riJgff
Senior class of Bradford High.BTUANOB .
twist silk them
,. Th nw Buick Bisjtf II
h I lovely and duraole.j) { kwP
AS IT BOOMS> ably scndy and uy to
t'T 0 she road ....., btOIU 01< '
'TJiey fit the' 'Ies- wed
Annie 'Ma P.. has learned the Torqo.Tab Dri*, wblales
first act of the Senior play. M the foot and
i dins
I b M seta opportunity to age yoeit the drivlag fowtfIb
;Novella K. mad a "good-look noted for comfort
do double
duty Twice. ..cb lot ,.. CnuaadfafoaW keeps the
basket In T T.
ing" yeas Boa.r .U ao *.*!! BUCK vtM* 70* ..
,Iris' M. bad a current event cmwUtr the wtU bbact. stsoitsusi of suadudpaMicatlou 'The .H1-a..
;Ruth W. missed a question in which are s.tttaiaiap. Isjtracdv ud ta. + ,ere lover/
G hlatol'')'.. gable la the widest virUty. We have .ads it soy \ \-the bst! word In dUc.4Q I
+ Juanlta 1). and Howard M. are. tot stbct be dub TO. wise s4 lout .s
r quit fond of each other. bdsg this co.,. to oar' *Jke TODAY. ; y M y .
i A few of the Seniors will be ax- ", i.- \ .f ..9! I
empt.Th. i r nKXAI.CUraih.4kr4 f" .
library funds and aaantna-I, ,::::-.::.. I t r ALL .dl" sadup-L Yt lam.C .* *
tion tees are being turned to.Som sussrt.rta r-. 'a a
.. : JrOJI OXL'tA I T- -
,... ,
of Ute students are taking A_ ersrD i J.r .aL I r.te } No *
a rest during the reviews. 'AND tr. .*THIS... i r+.r j 51 !!I Ron. Tnaf Start

A We will all meet SL at, th .. high ... OM/ TvnwauL Above Can Pass Chiffon, Sheer, ...........J ;-...":::::"

school auditorium April 37th. CIo1l1l. .... w1Mrl. I The Gold Stripe SheerServiceand ran...+ .JSa.IssrarJa.y"aL.airw..s.r.w"Jl.
1-- aH. rw .

:f WHAT' WOULD HAPPEN: IF .:.... ....:.=. a ,..s :ALL SEVEN 'ServiceSilk

Henry Silcox gays a current a=wt avb, t-r;:... } FOR ONLY f Stockings ]REGISTER MOT

; event In history c..1p earr r6.W1, S 1.85 .
Jean wasn't exempted AND THIS NEWSPAPMR 1 === COMPANY'Starke
;1 ... ohvs... ,
All the Seniors graduated? GOTHAMp
f Billy P. couldn't yodel between Fla.
classes? arsirrr.rr..r.rrr. I I STRIPE '
r .
r Miss Isabel'gav* us a written .. -,
lesson in review? .
psychology t
a .... N- I.
Y.S-K1L JDITOR.: a+4
h. Th students didn't bring flowers ,

M qa', We Haw to couldn't the wasn't teachers have really?a banquet lazy? ? ge Name \1.J :& R. DEPARTMENT STORE THE EIGHTBUICI: .

T. T. were not making baskets Town ,- ... ..
,AU the books'wers.back*. a NEXT DOOR TO POSTOFFICE
', j library '. scat. ..LF.Bra. .
d AU the science students passed 1 f .. .. ..11 .... C'_... N. ear .,... I.NOWre. STARKE. .FLORIDA
Bvriy shoos didn't "..gwehf"f . . . se U/.r. '
"4' BUtllU: s _JbJ'

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pardons tonight had under but --.a.aa w
is some 3,000 acres greater prices for tomatoes and beans TRAIN SCHEDULE > 100 CORN CLUB BOYS

of Florida! In Short Paragraphs eratlon a plea that the death sentence than two years ago. The LaCrosse showed a weaker tendency. Total -
News Imposed of tomatoes last week Effective March 29th schedule Lake BuUer Fla. Thla
on J. W. Buchanan, area Is reported to have 2,800 shipments our year
> Taylor,county farmer, be commuted were over 150 cars, an Increase of changes and trains will run as there will be over 100 boys in Un-
rcres west Florida COO acres and 30 cars over the shipments the follows: ion and Bradford counties tryingto f
to life in prison. Buchanan south Florida 4.800 acres. preceding week. Most tomatoes No. 1, southbound local due grow the best acre in the boys'
already under one sentence of life came from around Homestead buta Starke, 11:23: p. m. club t T. county agent
corn Dyer
STATE NEWS in prison halted the Ocala Suit seeking No. 11, southbound, local due
LIVE work of the to enjoin the few cars were shipped from Starke 11:10 reports. Mont of the boys are plan.. E
a. m.
state executioner for nearly one county clerk and school board superintendent -
Broward and Collier counties. No. 107 limited due Starke, ning! to plant Crotalaria or other .
year when he attacked the validity -, from paying mem- Prices for good stock showed little 10:30: a. m. legumes in with the corn In the ';',
of Florida's electric chair law. bers of two county boards Increased change during the week, althoughthere No. 191, southbound, limited, due near future. ; .
In an effort to save himself from salaries, as authorized 1925
by was a slower demand; than Starke 11:00: p. m. .
TOLD BY ODE EXCHANGES the chair Buchanan took his case act of the state legislature, was, during the preceding week. There No. 2, northbound local due Theatre rY y
Inverness-Valerie reopened -
through the lower court to the filed In chancery court today by: was little demand on Monday of Starke 0:43 a. m.
I state court and No. 12, northbound, local, due with sound equipment.
supreme there ob- County Commissioner Ed Carmichael this week. Best fancy count in I
to-Sae of approximatelyworth the mill is operating on a cash tained two hearings. He was con- The suit contends the statute crates has been selling around $4 itarke.. 3:.ton I). m. .i
to Or- basis, the said. victed of No. 108, northbound due Starke, )
Judge two In
of property slaying federal prohibition question is unconstitutional because with choice going at a discount of 5:52: p.
urtnlJ' the past few days officers during a raid on it undertakes to regulatefees $1( and $1.25. Best stock packedIn m.Starke Wanaee 1
rted by two of Orlando'sreal Maiianna Everything is In his farm house. He was given a of :Marion county officials and lugs sold mostly around $3 for No. 101 leaves Starke 7:00 a. m. +
estate broken., readiness for the first Florida life sentence for one killing and the does not establish a uniform system the six by six pack and at $2.50 No. 102 arrives 2:40 p. m.
Commercial Forestry Congress death sentence for the other. His of county government applic- for the six by seven size last week. -
ota- A $300,000 residence which will be held here next Friday attack on the electric chair law able In cases where general law The movement of tomatoes from Blue Bus Schedules!
completed at Sarasota, and Saturday. The program includes halted his execution one week be- might apply. The act applies to south Florida this season Is run-
D Crosley Jr., president some of the greatest speakers fore the day which had been ap- counties having a population of not ning behind the shipments of last .Southbound-8:31 a. m., 11:31a. : atc.Do
wel m., 4:01 6:31 12:14
: p. m., : p. m., :
crosley Radio Corporation, In the country on forestry topIcs pointed as his last. less than 27,150 or more than 27,- season. a. m. $i
63-aCre estate ad- and will be concluded next Sat-, ,- 160, raises salaries of commissionera .
aU. on a Northbound-8:50: a. m., 1:23: Ilajicc-
Robert Ringling.u urday afternoon with a visit to the Hastings The potato deal to $1200 a year and members FROST DAMAGES BEANS p. cy \,,
[ that of I m., 4:07: p. m., 7:53: p. m., 4:43: a. ,
started off this week
pulp paper plant of the Southern with a bang. of the school board to $600 a year. crepeeu wasting montuovER.insurAce '
llo-Forty-flve thousand Kraft Corporation at Panama Development of the crop has been Carmichael said abrogation of the Miami Fla., April 10.-Frost In m.Tickets and Information at n ?
distributed more rapid than was expected. It act would place officials under a
the sections
been City. Everglades Tuesday
have Smith's Servtoe Station next to .
: .
bass was generally believed that the general statute fixing their at .., _
county by the state i pay night did considerable damage eourthous I --d"" "
r,, ereon epartment The fish went I West Palm Beach Two attempts -i movement-would not be exceptional $6 and $4, respectively, per day and beans. The damage has been estimated -....-..r.n-r91.r.. ....
r r.---- a a.
late ponds owned by D. H. : to hold a fashionable Palm this week, but weather condi- mileage. Carmichael who is sec as high. 25 per cent but It' Closing ef Malls -.-
J. W. Pate and to the : Beach hotel responsible for alleged tions have been very favorable retary-treasurer of the State Association Is thought that it may run from 11 y------- I

ADd plantation. thefts of 146,000 worth of Jewels during past few days and develop- of County Commissioners to 25 per cent. Belle Glade and Train No. Boot .' .........-...,tp.................
107 first class mall
ce ment of the crop has been rapid. said he based his suit on a rul- ... -
from there two Canal Point were the heaviest lut- -
i guests years The 10:10: a. m. ,....,...,.. '. U..Il ew._ J
L Haven-Twenty-two cars ago have failed in circuit court movement has been around 20 ing of the Supreme Court. i ferers.. Train No. 11, parcel post, 10.00: r..r r......w,.
r shipped lastrrom here. A Jury today found for the cars dally with from 40 to 60 cars . a. m.
were __ ...
fables the :Moore Haven-Lake operators of the former Alba hotel to move out today. It Is expectedthat :MIami-Weather conditions in I Eating raw fruits and vegetables North w. .-....
Estimates for the : now the Ambassador, in a $30- the movement will reach 100 south Florida have been more is one way to get vitamins and soluble Train No. 12, parcel post, 2:40:
r section. shipments at 000 damage suit brought by Anna cars dally next week. The yield favorable during the last week, and minerals which might be lost HAROLD C. WALLINSURANCE
place 'Train
week la No. 108, first class mall, ,
Shipments consisted Of Silverstone of Montreal, for alleged running about seven to eight i shipments of beans tomatoes, po- during cooking.
i. barrels more per: acre than expected. .tatoes and cabbage have Increased, 8:30: p. m.
theft of worth of ,
tomatoes. and cabbage $16,000 jewelry. Final of malls 6.00 '
of Demand is good at $5 and $7 but there was a alight decrease in Diana Work to be completedsoon closing night
I on the south side p. m. tai
mostly per barrel. The present acreageIn pepper shipments. There _was a on repairing of fenders ofbrld&'e Starke and Bell Branch ,
keechobee. Qulncy-Gadsden county claims the Hastings section is about 'slightly firmer tone In the cab- over East Coast Canal near Mall closes 7:00: a. m. STARKE,

.a-The-state fish hatch- the honor of raisins as many hogs 4,300 acres less than last year,, bage and pepper markets but this place. Mall arrives 2:40: p. m.

Ii re. operated and maintained as any county in the state, and
Shell Fish Commission oxL the kind of hogs raised are "top
_i headed by B., C. Strlck- notchers" and bring the highest of

Icommlssloner, baa recently prices. The 1931 hog crop will be Came! Saw!
Iked Its ponds with 2500 one of the largest of the county.; They ,: "; They

[mouth black ,bass breeders, Dr. H. V. Porter, in charge of the
|t the heavy demand over theor swine sales of the Swine Growers
young black bass for rebg Association, is very optimistic over
the hog outlook this year, and says
there are now more pigs In the e
It City-Growers producingble county than he has ever seen before They Were Convinced !

and truck crops on a .'

clal: scale, and others who .
j thinking of entering this Chlpley-Demonstration fryers
.,{ production, are being cau- sold this week brought record 'tr
I not to expand the' acreage prices. The first lot sold a week
\\f perishable crop this ;year ago brought 89 cents a pound. The They Bought!!!
farmers' door
I they can reasonably assure second lot sold at the
cents The fryers -
elves of a satisfactory mar- brought 42 a pound.
net.estead. were raised with the use of a
/ home-made brick brooder under average -

|rainfall-early High last winds week con-and up to farm'11 and conditions.12 weeks They old and ran From the opening moment till midnight hundreds thronged our store for the bargains in all de- }

|bly damaged. truck crops in weighed about two pounds each. .
ecUOD. Winds thrashed off County Agent Gus York had

nalt and oranges besides charge of the sales. T parbnents i in this 30 Day Sale
lag vegetables., Damage to ..
Fort Pierce-Harvesting of St. "
I crops was estimated at 10lent
k tomatoes suffering most. Lucle county's tomato crop Is expected ,
| of the commercial fertilizer to get under way around STORE FULL OF NEW CRISP CLEAN MERCHANDISE
total -
9 washed out.Taylor April 20. Plantings approxImately ,
1,200 acres and are in good
-county sports- condition with a large yield indi- (Never in my sales experience have I handled a cleaner, better balanced stock of needful merchandise)

[have petitioned the county cated. Development has been
loners and the state leg1 somewhat retarded by the extended -
) for a law that would closeuntlng cold weather but this will prob- In justice to yourself---your family---your pocketbook---take advantage of this saleSTERNBERG'S

and trapping season ably improve the quauty. Har-
years. Under terms of vesting of the potato crop of the
which numerous citizens county is nearing a finish with the

[liked for In the petition, the output thus far standing at 38 cars. T 1 will save you money on 4
would become -the county Four cars of cabbage shipped dur- |
I warden. ing the week brought the season'smovement
to 32 cars.
MMMWMHMnville purchase
I -
Beach-With their -
-powered monoplane still clr- DeFunlak Springs A strong
|over the Jacksonville Beach gas pocket In the test weU being
i t Lees and Frederick Brassy, drilled near this city stopped operations -
tit fliers had been aloft 24 i for a few days last week.
i it 8:52 today In their quest' The gas pressure was so strong ri
ew non-refueling endurance that drillers were compelled to
They are seeking to better pump mud and sawdust into the
vk of 75 hours and 24 mmet -- weU to stop the flow. The bit Is {

' t several! months ago by two eating its way on down into mother Rayon Bloomers Full Fashioned Men's Shorts and Men's Straws DRESSES
i tilers. earth now, however, with promise -

of rapid progress. Cores being Hosiery Shirts The Hew Shape Never Before at this Price r.;
of the hole
icola from the bottom
Lewis Davis; 19 ofnomaton taken New Boring Colon
G is being held inhere are said to indicate a favorable location J

charged with shooting for the wildcat test, and 39c 79c 29c 98c j $1.00
*n Boutwell, 35. Boutwell de- those in charge believe that oil In ;,
i that the youth wrested theTom paying quantities will be found.

him and shot him in the -
Davis admits the ROOting Plant' City-WhIle all previous .t.

r I that BoutweU ,Jumped on records for strawberry shipments
Boutwell was charged withof out of this point were broken last

:W in the Flomatlon Dr. Louis about. Thom-aWhile week sharply shipments and the general have opinion declined 1* I SHOES DRESS PRINTS W. L. Douglas Shoes Onyx Hosiery I Plowman OverallsAny

a that this week will see the last of
I the carlot shipments., Moat of eItrawbeI'rY Kind Yon Want Always sold for Me a yard FOB MEN ObJffoa or Service Weight Mad by Ilapgrada

anus = rosin and forwardtags from the

Upmenta'showed a alightduring state from now 'on will be from 15c $3.95 95c $1.19
March other of the Starke-Lawtey sections which $1.95
e'. at this
major foreign Gt- are shipping very heavy
*to a marked increase over time. Cold weather has retardedthe
g month' volume and maturity of Louisiana berries
IIIowecs a substantial gain and with south Florida shipments
the volume of merchandise virtually ended it appear that the
S during March Of ]last north Florida strawberry deal will TIES
Men's Shirts Pepperell Sheets Ladles Oxford
... revealed by figures have a few days smooth sailing Hapgrade Shirts

by the UnIted aisles and, with favorable weather, will Wenetorfal Mae' for Picking 8trawbar-
at Blue and White Broadcloth 'A ,vl Bargain II.dt
olnce. probably move out their berries Begolar f LOO Vatoe Ilea f

,very satisfactory prices. -

4 Eo Rlcb Springs&-' Work plaDt.-on i Madieoo-v;-; of undetermined 79c 59c! 25c $1.15 $1.39

be located south 01 bhiflflthg ,origin early today completely
some Six miles wed of rtroyed the Madtaonlan Theatre

few Bprlnp., wits oammeuace .Building and equipment the Ifadlzui X
cIara.; The P1atlt wm be County Abstract Company and
J* the raflroad where Xerryday Insurance Company, office HEAR THE RADIO WE ARE GIVING AWAY ;

f faculties cabaThe book and equipment and .. -
win be modern In every stock of good of the silk shop. It
TTne coat of branding : nfllcted serious damage on the ad- W. M. GREEN Bale! Manager'
IIjuIPPlng this plant wm be i acent Blalock Building and contents I want te thank the hundred who

A00.kyere. a lodge room and office quar- are coming to this s Haturday
:tera used by C. A. Blalock. G. IT. :
the 1
Four hundred Womack and W. D. Strong. Damage we were swamped gave ,
d dollars worth of augar la estimated at from 825,000 best attention we could. I know 5iSTERNBERG'Salso

III tile pod from the Qewi ton to '*0,000, covered for the most understand, bat m see that
Southern Sugar coiu- part by Insurance The PresbyterIan you'll
uitehuretwh/r ),[ Judge George .Church nearby was In dangerfor you get quicker attention.-Me and $
Court' baa an hour but was certainly appreciate the wonderful
over the corporation minor damage, as were other ad-
F stated ID addition acent structures.Tallahassee patronage and support Yon STARKE FLORIDA
&II CUrrent r,
operatmc' J
&rt fIZ-1 ; P"NAT.
paid UP-to-date, aDd The state board of I o
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l l ( pp y ,7ry

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FOUR Attnr
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:' : : LAST.: .WEEK: .IN THE ,THE FWRIDA.SPONOEFISH-, teal mfles. nll'dod not however; ing' to and from the ground1;, aa they' ar.'flrml at

STATE:' usaisLATtntK: ERY, probably Indicate'the 'entire extent only a few of the boats are equip- sponge hook either f&llt

1. of''the.'sponging grounds of the with them or tears them to
(Continued from page ) ped auxiliary engines.The ; In
I' : ,SociEtvA1'SILVER The Florida sponging; grotmda, Florida waters, for the fact that that their value Is such
hook fisherman usually materh.
office of state hotel 'commissioner
constantly duced.
: form three separate and elongate I the new grounds are being The diver, since he
; one would create a state'commission discovered would indicate among the Keys where the them by bane, fa able
stretches the southern and to
on employment and Industrial that there might be still more to water Is clear and about 1 to.2 1.2 of his sponges In taJ&&
: The perfect
LOU another western coketa'4t''the'state.! find and it la certain that no very fathoms In depth. Except where The sponge as an
development provided article
TEA TO BE GIVEN Brown :Mrs. Leith and Mrs. J. M. ; first Includes nearjy! all the Florida strenuous efforts have been madeto 'the water Is very smooth a sponge mere is merely the

Brownlee. penalties for parking vehicles Reefs; thiC, second 'extends from extend the already known glass (that is, a wooden bucket the living animal, ak !

: The :Methodist Missionary Circle No. 2 of the Baptist W. without lights on paved highway; grounds the discovery of new sections with a glass bottom) Is used for different and Ira
: > to soldiers and Anolete,Keys to Cedar Keys, and appearance thai
another would
, at give locating the When two
U. met afternoon made sponges
jj clety will give a silver tea at the M. Monday generally having been first removed from
sailors of the World War certain the third from Just north of Cedar the
work together the hooker remains
Jr. men
A. L.
home of Mrs E. S. Matthew., Mon 3:80: with Mrs Kahr by accident. When first taken, it i is.;
which has been returned to Keys to SaInt Mark's. In Appala-
"I, with acreage to the bow with the
: at 8:30 o'clock. The devotional was opened Methods of the FisheryIn sponge lively
afternoon heavy living
, day mass of
{ circle the state for non-payment of chee Bay. >The. Florida Reef and directs his In
he glass companion
a scripture reading by ( most of the
i Florida two are
taxes another would abolish oc- grounds have ,a linear ,extent of porousness of a
A. :M. who also ; the movements of the boat. Some-
" I' BIRTHDAY PARTY leader, Mrs. Darby ket
In gathering sponges, diving sponge being filled
about miles m
offered prayer. cupational license taxes; and another 120 beginning near times one man works Independently animal

'" I Little Mias L'Etta, Corpening I Mrs. H. L. Brownlee gave a report would compel all individuals Key Biscayne, in the northeast,and booking. A sponge diver's outfit of which case be weights the stern live tissue. The color,
consists of schooner commercial
at Arcadia. and corporations to tax returns on ending In the south,at northeast generally of the with Iron and sponges b
1 .celebrated her seventh birthday of the orphan tons and dory propelsthe dark, brown
\ Ii between 10 to 20 register or black.
';1 ,. ,'i with an egg hunt. April 4th at then"'E" Ways and means of raising mon all real and tangible personal prop Channel Just west of Key WestThe one or two machine boats. The boat by pushing on the bottom After the sponges have
:Mr. and :Mrs. for this circle to do local work northeastern half of the with his hook. It Is seldom bt*
Il borne of hor parents, ey erty.Not sponge aboard
en the
is used
schooner as living quartersfor deposit
I J. E. Corpenlng. was discussed. The business session to be outdone by the senate grounds are very narrow, havingan that a fisherman working alone Is ban
: in which 28 bills Intro- width of only about 6 the crew and a place of deposit are on deck, where flu
A Jolly time was had by those adjourned and was followed body were average able to use a sponge glass.
> during duced the first day the house members miles, and being limited to the for the sponges The machine When ,dergo a three or four day er
social half-hour from
in playing with a' removing
bunting sponges
I", outer side of the reefs. At about boats carry the usual diving I to the air to kill all the liw,
total of 36 onto the
, ''I. games and contests.At ,which time, the hostess assisted by poured a the bottom care must be taken
apparatus and are of the Greek
\ r At the close of the afternoon the Mrs. H. L. Brownlee served delicious desk, Friday. The house also had the Metacumbe Keys the grounds with bows and sterns. ,not to mutilate them. Sometimes (Continued on next pap
workman's. broaden out0 to the type, high
birthday cake was cut and with punch and.wafers. compensation, congressional as cover entire
.' ft cream was served to the young Circle No. 8 of the Baptist Missionary restricting and constitutional width of the reefs, which are The diving dress consists of a helmet .-- ,, .- -
Society met Monday after convention bills. Four of much broader here than In the rubber suit, breast plate, -- -- -

guests.The little hostess received many, noon at the home of Mrs.: Jessie the first bills in the house had to north., The entire southern half of shoes and weights. A diving crewis ,I

a nice gifts. Goodman with Mrs. Goodman and do with county'' officials, one requiring the grounds have more or less the usually made up of a captain, .
> I hos county commissioners to same breadth which Is about 13 or deckhand, cook and four to IIxdlv.r. '"
Mrs. :M. D. Bumgarner as
jlliJ tJ 5 llihiItLJi1i! 1: !i:1:
.. A majority of these
fix amounts of bond another 14 miles.
EGO HUNT establishing -
..f tesses. Lovely pink roses bright-
ened the living room where the maximum salaries of The second sponge grounds begin operate from Tarpon Springs.The imrlM""mI-1'J"'t! !!!' r'':rUTIr.in3!! I

6, Mrs Barney McRae gave any members gathered.In county school superintendents the just south of, Anclote Keys divers generally operate at
Easter egg hunt for her little the absence of Mrs. G. W. Al- third prescribing maximum net I: with a breadth of 7 or 8 miles, but a depth of 10 fathoms or less, and

s daughter Betty and son, Barney derman, Mrs. Bumgarner led the compensation of certain county officials rapidly broaden out toward the remain down for two hours at a

h Jr., Saturday, April 4th. devotional reading the 41st Psalm, and the fourth fixing compensation north to a width of 15 miles, whichit I time. As there are two divers to The

The little guests had a merry followed by prayer. The regular to be paid to sheriffs for I maintains from a point about; a boat, each man works for about

time hunting eggs and playing outdoor business of the circle was then destruction of seized liquors and opposite Bay Port to Sea Horse two: hours and rests for a like per

games. taken up.During. certain personal property In con- Reef Just south of Cedar Keys I od. At greater depths the working

+ hh Miss Mildred McRae and Miss the social half' hour the nection therewith. The total length of this sponging I time is shorter and the rests longer. -

Gladys Underbill assisted Mrs Mc eight member present sewed, after I, Another house bill would declareall ground Is about 60 geographical The sponges are gathered by

Rae in entertaining the young folk. which the hostesses served delicious designated state roads to be the miles Its distance from the shore hand and placed in a net basket CheckerboardStore

4' Those present were: Betty strawberries and cake with exclusive property of the state varies somewhat; at the south the which is pulled to the surface from

Hayes Enos Hayes C. B. Hayes, hot tea and coffee. Mrs W. J. Ep the six cent gas tax would be divided Inner edge approaches within 4 orS tune to time to be emptied Divers

1 Jr., Joyce Hayes Buddy Andrews, person invited the circle to meet by another bill, with four miles of the mainland, and comes often work In places that are inaccessible -

f :Marjorie Davis, Ida Lulu Davis, with her next month. cents going to the state road de- close upon Anclote Keys; but to the "hookers," and its

y Gloria Buford, Julian McRae and partment and the other two return- throughout the remainder of its probable that the sponges foundIn Still on

Bobby McRae. WHITEWASH :FOR FARM AND Ing to counties for road and bridge extent It is distant from 6 to 8' such localities could not be ob-

HOME indebtedness. Motor vehicles with miles from the shore, until it tamed by any other method. The

L zc UVRB DU MOIS CLUB MEETS bodies over 20 feet long or carryIng touches the shallow bottom and boats often remain away for one or
I reefs of Cedar The of two months, but sometimes a good
more than seven Keys. depth
Spring Is here and with it comesan passengers
Mrs. L. Wyman entertained instinctive desire to aid nature would be banned from the state water on these grounds as Indicated catch is made In a week. The JobSure

? member. of the Live du doll Club, in her work of beautifying our surroundings. -) highways after dark, according to on the Coast Survey Charts,I The Key West fishermen use the

Tuesday at her home at Klngsley I Homes are cleaned the provisions of a bill arranged by ranges from 3 to 6 fathoms, but "sponge hook almost exclusively.Prior .
Lake. many portions are undoubtedly to 1905 all sponges in this
representatives from
from cellar to attic :yards are raked Madison
Sweet effectively arranged II shallower than this. country were taken with hooks,
peas were houses painted and outbuildings county the first gun in the rail
in the living room where fences, stones and tree trunksare road-bus controversy. Representative The northern sponging ground, but diving has proven so much su-
the guests were entertained. whitewashed 'to make them Westbrook of Lake has a bill which maintains a nearly uniform perior that the method is now of We have anything you need in the

R Following'' a delightful luncheon 'more attractive. whereby canning citrus fruits for width throughout, is about 70 miles mall importance in the fishery.

1: the book "Philippa" by Anne Douglas Many folks use a simple mixtureof commercial purposes in the state long by about IS miles broad. It The sponge hook has the one advantage feed line specializing in Purina Chows,
Sedgewlck was discussed. would be regulated approaches to within about B milesof that it can be used by one
lime and water for whitewashing Inspected before
1 Those enjoying Mrs. Wyman' but are not satisfied with the,, canned, an Inspection tax the shore, and terminates Just or two men and at practically no Hay, Wilson & Toomer Fertilizer, and we
Mrs.: E. K. Ferryman. mouth of Mark's river. The hook is attached to a
hospitality were: charged and would off the St. expense.
This be plants be
if lasting qualities. can con: required -
Mrs. 1. A.'Davis, Mrs. Ed- siderably improved If salt is added'I to label all products showing The depth of water upon these pole of convenient length and has are also agent for the Octagon Premium

., ward Burns Mrs. T. J. Alderman as per the following formula: Dissolve name and location of cannery. grounds. is from 3 to 5 fathoms. three tines bent at right anglesto
,. Gainesville and The total of the Florida the that a cane
Mrs D. C. Jones of There was area handle so sponge
15 Ibs. of salt in 7 1-2 gallons quite some talk,
Mrs. H. L. Chamberlin of Parsons, of water and add CO Ibs. of among several representatives the sponging grounds Including those > lifted perpendicularly from the

Kansas. hydrated lime or the lime putty latter part of the week, of dissatisfaction -now being worked and also those bottom. The typical hook fisher- Come in and look our line over.
that fished but have has 25 to 40 feet longon
with were formerly man a sloop
made by slaking 38 Ibs. of quicklime. committee appoint-
MR. AND MRS. W. M. WAINWRIGHT Mix thoroughly thin to desired ments. Speaker Lewis had the 's.ince been more or less abandoned, which be lives, and a 12 to 14- "Feed from the Checkerboard
ENTERTAIN usual may be roughly stated at about foot dory In which he works. SaUs
consistency .and, apply with big task required of all I
brush or sprayer. speakers In slating the maDY',committees three thousand square geograph- are generally depended upon In go- Batl"-Qualitg feed, is alwaysthe
Mrs, and Mrs.W. M. WalnwrlghtWere .
For a very durable whitewash, and It would have been
host and hostess to their which will not rub off or chalk and Impossible to please anywhere near I. cheapest why? Results are
bridge club Saturday evening mav be used inside or out the following all of the 93 member nf the house. JL'
9 their home. -formula--will--be-found ex;- However It is claimed that supporters better. Prices 'cheerfully given
.Three tables for bridge were arranged CASH CORNERIn
&. in the living room, which cellent. This mixture may be'sattafactorlly of favorable race track leg. C1\RL'S\
& used for whitewashing latlon are "up In the air" and (hat always.'

(+ I was prettily decorated with sweetpeas buildings, Interior walls stables, the finance and taxation committee R. Johns Building-Opposite Depot I
roses and gladlolas.
1' dairies, etc., wherever a high-class la deadlocked. One prominent
of the
';,' Several enjoyed progressions and scores totaledPdzee game lasting Job Is desired. It requiresmore observer was so sure this was a Phone 45 Stake Fla. We. Deliver .
were care in mixing than the above fact he declared "
any progressive
awarded Mrs C. A. Farmers
were formula, but the extra effort Is well legislation coming from the present County
} Knight and Judge A. Z. Adkins for
worth while. session would originate In the

holding high. Mix as follows: Soak 5 Ibs. ofcasela' senate, perhaps at the direction of FOR' FRIDAY SATURDAY
The hostess served the playerswho -
IM, salad In 2 gallons of hot water until : the governor with the hope that ,
follows, a Supply
thoroughly softened (about 2 upon reaching the house the "sty
course: Judge and Mrs A. E. M. hours). Dissolve 3 Ibs. of trlsodium mie" would be dissipated.:. This is AND MONDAY'
kin Senator and Mrs.
; phosphate In about a gallon of Water only conjecture, and all outward : .
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. ,
s Johns and add this to the casein solution. Indications point to smooth and efficient : '
n Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Wall, and Mr. I ;FLORIDA
; Prepare thick cream by action by the house with .
and Mrs. O, A. Knight.BRIDGE "
i 0.r ....+ mixing BO Ibs. of hydrated limeor the same condition existing in the SalmotrjgallPink[ '.; ., -..._-_ '_________r__.. lOcLAKDfrfounds '
( the lime putty made by slaking ! senate to an ever greater degree. .\\oIt 'i 1: .. I" \ Phone 151 Nathan N. Prevatt, Mgr.

R? PARTY 38 Ibs. of quicklime) In about Chairman Well* has stated very ?,_.,.,,,,,_..,_, __...,__,..__ ::44--r-v 23c
r definitely that .
L4 gallons of water stirring vigor he intends to push - ''JI\\!
Mrs. S. L. Peek and Mrs B. S. ously. Dilute 3 pints of formaldehyde his ambitions for a general conven- 2 Ibs. Cumberland Ground Coffee __...l.__ 25c :! ; : !*Wj:.l
Carroll were Joint hostesses at a In 8 gallons of water. When tion of the Democratic party of the .. r'r 1I9r' .W9LfldIkIWzl\ : ; $ : ':

_ delightful bridge party Friday afternoon the lime and casein solutions are state, prior to the naming of preal- 6,Octagon Soap JOT.Powders: ______---____ 20c I .[ .t r ; i
,,r; at the former's' home. both thoroughly cool, slowly add dental electors, so that standards :

'The lower floors of the home the casern to the lime stirring con of action and platform ,may be Bacon Plates, Per lb. __,.--- :--- .::------- lOc
1 was open ensulte and tastefully stantly. Now very slowly add the fully established.. It la very likely :

decorated with sweet peas and radiance formaldehyde solution to the batch, that such arrangements will be Picnic Hams, Sugar Cured, Ib. 1: .._______ 17c -= =--ti
roses for this enjoyable af stirring constantly and vigorously.Care made. I

'i''' must be taken not to add the Smoked Sausage 2 Ibs. for._________----- 35c
fair.At the conclusion of the game formaldehyde too rapidly or the WHEN IS A FORDNOT

scores were added and prizes were casein may Jell, thus spoiling the A'FORD T Peanut Butter:, 2 pound jar..._______ ;___ 30c I
li awarded the winner. Mrs J. B. batch. Do not make up more of .

Wilson made high and Mrs. O. L. this formula than can be used In Rumor has it that the new 8- SUGAR, 5 '6,.. .White. Sack ------------__ 25c

Beasley scored second Mrs...,R. J. one day, cylinder Ford II. touring: Florida. I
r Davis made low The'story' Is that'the new motor Cheese Ib. ___________-- ___ 20c
>/ i The following guests enjoyed a CARD OF THANKS travelled all the way from Detroit

tempting salad course: Mrs. L. D. to Fort Myers, Icognlto. To keep Black Eye Peas 5 Ibs. for :- _.25c
t ------ ------ .
M t yinlng Mrs. .J.- C. Robinson Mis ,We wish to thank all who assisted the public from getting a peek at COhJ

",' :Mabel Well r, Mrs: Hamilton us through our troubles following this new motor, it la said that a ,STRING BEANS, 3 cans ________________ 25c '
.' 2 Bitch ),{rs.' A. S..Crews, Mrs .D. |h. death of our darling son companion car of the regular( type "

P. Carpenter Mrs' J. L.' Ftaxee, and brother, for their kindness and trI.'Ye1e4.WStb the fear'of new and BANAN4S, pound.. --,-----.-.,__---.r.5c,
t' Mrs O. L. Hayed Mrs T.T. Long, many floral offerings, and sym- mighty motor and this companion siip4ZniwThe

S 1))' tits F. F. Stump Mrs O. L. Hon pathy. car took on'the'OU and gas necessary 99 Ib. Honeysuckle F/oinv-_ __ :1_ ; ___'.$230
e p ley. Mrs :J. E. Wilson Mrs D. A. Mr. and Mrs O. W. Dyad for the life of Its big brother

+ Montietb-. ,Mrs,: 7. .J. Alderman and family. traveling incognito. No one, it is 24 Ib. Honeysuckle Flour----------__:1St: ,
!?' Mrs. R.' :J.', Davis, Mrs A. Z.I i Ad- i said had an opportunity to lift the

kins. Mrs L. Wymaa. Mrs.K. J(. Four million large-moutb. bass, hood of this new Ford except the 99 Ibs. Great Western Flour ... .____ 12MJilin.
_jg* .Johns, Mrs. K. V. Knight, Mrs D. fingerling and fry from the state members of the Ford party on that .
;and'Mrs. hatcheries, under the direction of entire trip.- "' Great Western Flour 7Sc
; 'Of Jpnae. bf Gainesville .._____ ___
Is .CbamberUn c< Parsons, Kansaa the state shellflsli TATvnlsstoo )fend This raises the question "when -

. i ... of the department of gam' and la a Ford act a Ford* Is an eight GRITS jer: tack.___......_ $24V
-4'i been : ___...;....___...
fresh water fish, have released cylinder smooth

BAPTIST W. M. S. CIBCIISJIA't : I I la Florida's, streamsand' lakesduring a Ford motor running This to quiet the way motor MEAL, Water Ground, per sack _?_ $2J5 I
the last Several
season. the new motor described. golden
Surely mean between
of the I thousand were held la rearing we haven't forgotten the history RICE, Blue Rose, whole Grain $4J)0 reckless
M. I
W. I
; i Circle No. 1 Baptist ponds, to be released when they of the Ford. "Just another I extravagance and Scrooge
*w Knight S.' met at Monday the home afternoon.of Mrs C. A, had six. Inches.atatned. .a growth,, of four to barely ha .-rr---.....It.....,. ....._.. this Race Horse Mule Feed sack _,$2jOO I like miserliness is Comuonsense '.A

4 new car. It used to be that blind Savings. Spend '
and sweet
_& Pink radiance roses you need,
_ men could tell-when a Ford motor SCRATCH FEED _$230 ''a
peas In pastel shades were attractively NOTICES but SAVE too. Now
was a
home for and when a Ford car
In the
arranged was LAYING MASH \ Savings Account at the
approaching. But Ford seems $275 Bank af.
) I will not be for
__ The devotional,was led by Mrs debt contracted or. checks given any determined to move out of the dillt.lDcU"e SUPREME DAIRY FEED fords safety obtainable no other
J. M. Brownlee and followed with by Albert Underbill. uct so much good that natured gave his prod- _' ___ $2jM way.
free advertising.
After a short business VERIBEST
It. J. L. Underbill.
K session a social hour was enjoyed Possibly "Baby Lincoln" SHORTS __ _______ $1.90
will be a more
Repair work on pastortunx was reported The Florida catch of fish in 1028. appropriate name WHITE CLIPPED
_rr finished The collection for according to the Bureau of Fisheries new car with Its V-type 8 $L00

the afternoon was 12.00. ,' was 61.130,065 pounds;,valuedat cylinder motor running so quietly I The
that It' seems'as CORN Western .1 BANK of
but $2jOO
The hostess served ..traWbenTshortcake I ;*3.86 for the west coast: when a whisper I ,
| and whip'cream.. and 43.2a4.CM pounds 'valued at operating' in the company of 30 Crates and IjOOO ,
one of IU grandfathers : I Cups ,_ ;'_ 13.00 "
Those present were: Mrs W. L. $1.270.369 for the east coast Shell Vero --- [ HONOR ROLL BANK

wan, Mrs. J. E. Wilson,.)4rI. Alice flah ,reported.,for the east coast lapounds Beach Journal I

a4%(t.,. Langford., Mrs.Mrs W.Moore.IL Perkins MraJamesBhepard Mrs 1944.470.;V' ..;9,158.088vtluedy. at !street;Jacksonville'to be widened._. WMt. Beaver I I FRUITS AND PRODUCE'DAILY" -- ..""" .' E. S. Matthews Pres. R. J. Davie CaahJ

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TO J ;John Wolf.?their pa, where they attended the state I spongeR consists of scraping off Lake Worth-Root beer stand at
.:,. ". .. 'and 'sons; Leon- convention) of the American k: the* remaining particles of outaTde 105 'North Dixie highway: cold to
'4 .,, '. DOLLARS of Green Cove Ion I akin with a dull knife, and with a Gaylor Kenyon.Work .
8U CRIf"TIOH TO. T" .reRAg"'ORD" COUNTY TEL-lIaRA..H .OR le MONT119. THia CANCELLED CHECK .8 YOUR RECEIPT. tests Sunday of ;stout club'the small piece of shell% ; started In cleaning Calooe-
.40... '"" .... E3. StansDury.iBson. ; ., :Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Saul, Mr. and coral and other matter are pounded -
510 .1.... I. Mrs.J. X Hoover :Mr. and Mrs. W. : out of the skeleton. Water Is ahatche and deepening channel
'O".r '" between Fort Myers and LaBelle.
.and friends H. Hart. Mr. and Mrs. O. M.: Shi- then taken up and squeezed
TO- .w..n:1I. : : IN,NAM OP YOUR BANK mroute to their I I trunk Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Futch through them a number of times, I Arcadla.-DeSoto county canning -.
'w4I ), jyera..where they and eons Miss Grace Grace Wood and after being strung In bunches, association formed here to en-
YOUR SiaNATURK e P. T. X Contra -. and Mr. Joe Siatrunk visited the they are ready for the auction mar- Rage In cooperative
I 9 ADDRaas01YANK" I J. C. Robin-, fountain Lake Sanctuary and ket.Inferior citrus fruit by-product
_' rnoon. Singing Tower Sunday. sponges can be readily
distinguished by the red-brown color -

.............................................................................................................. th, and Mr. TomI Valdosta Gr., and Mrs. E. B. Jelka, sponges this reddening Is found FLORIDATHEATRE .I
I the meeting of ;at Quitman, Ga., spent Saturdaywith only at the root but to the moat interior -
You.Can Get The w:.; ,I. on of the Society Mr. and Mrs. T. B. Mu 1e. it penetrates well Into the
,. ', itera, to be held Mr. and Mrs. Denmark were en- I body. The best quality sponges i' ,
t" : .,1. ipril 13th.. route to Jacksonville for several I are of a grayish hue throughout, GAINESVILLE, FLA.
: days visit while Mrs. Jelks re- although some may show a reddish j. .
BRADFORD ',COUNTY TELEGRAPH : ,.:(; ., Jr., Mrs. B. S. mained here for a visit with her spot at the point of attachment to Program Week Apr. 17
Jimmie, spentTallahassee daughter Mrs. Masste. Each of the ocean bed. The color Itself,
'/ and the party returned to their respec- however Is one of the least Important -
:. I home by Mr. live homes Wednesday. factors In determining the value TODAY
, 15 MONTHS FOR .$1.50 !Edwards and lit- of sponge. A fine sponge la determined ,
... FLORIDA by the following characteristics 'Honor Among Lovers'
SPONGE FISH I : also and shape, soft-
n. II. Struth had ERYContinued ness, fineness, toughness, durability WitbFredric
I .- > s i ,. { week-end, Mr. ( from page 4.) resiliency, and absorptlveness.
St uth and chll- March tii
?,W. L.: Edwards sue In this state decomposition A discussion/ of fish and game .
se-We and Mrs. W. W. seta In and some of the liquid or.ganio legislation will feature the annual Claudette Colbert '
sonvi le. matter drains away. It Is convention In Winter Haven March '
this, offer before, but this year in addition to the extra three monthsSUBSCRIP't advantageous to shade the sponges,: 2-3 of the Florida Division of the Added-Lloyd Hamilton Corn1 1
made Wm. H. Struthm or the sun will quickly dry the outside laaak Walton League of America. edy Cartoon and News

ON.. we are .offering. our readers the opportunity of securing maga- a visit with skin and render the lubsequentcleaning rl
wood and Plant more difficult. After sufficient Florida's 1930 honey crop was a SATURDAY
L rates ne" v before quoted. A partial list is published on the reverse sideis f Mr. and Mrs. exposure they are beaten little larger than usual accordingto ;
at Singing Tower with a heavy short club to loosen a recent estimate by R. E. Fos- "BODY & SOUL"
'' :" 1 south Florida. the remaining skink and dead tis- ter, apiary inspector with the State
sheet. : ;, ". sue, and foreign matter. They are Plant Board. The estimate ia Z,. WithCharles
I W loone Dick, Mr. then strung on strong cord and 500,000 pounds.
sending yeti this sample copy of the Telegraph. Look it over. and see how kersley and son, thrown overboard where they are Farrell ,
We are . .. .. ,' Mr. Van Tibbs, allowed to macerate by the action Key West-Bush-Bell Miniature
is carried the news of Bradford county, the news of ad Joining'tioun- kin Lake Sane- of the tide. Another method of golf course Division and Duval Ad.ded-Animal Comedy & Act
letey : : Tower Sunday. cleaning sponges by tide action Is streets, opened.WakuUaWork.
state. Our county correspondents to place: them In crawls. Crawla started on re-
the ..important news stories of the Monday & Tuesday ;
and '
;larner Mrs. W. are small enclosures made with building Wakulla river bridge on
news of,,your neighborhood, news of the county seat, minutes of the county I L M. Darby and stakes set closely together In shallow highway No. 10. "DRACULA"The
er ,id attended theC water generally very near to Mayo J. W. McCall purchased
school board bond trustees, are carried in full. News of interest' the Woman'sat the shore. City MeatMarket, from R. L. Os- Greatest mystery picture on
pls3ioners., ,, Trenton Frli The final preparation of the teen. the talking screen with. a star u
armors andtrackers. can be found'.in. every. issue; information to be securedat- ---- -. cast e eAddedRipley'a
[times,in_a single issue'being of more value to you than the cost of the entire. 65 i, Mrs. T. J. Al- CLEANED PRESSED AND RESHAPED Not," Comedy and News r
p. Jones, Dr. O.Ir. .

ue3 you will; receive under this offer.. Methodist. B. K. Perry.Sunince .-- _ _J._ ._Frank__ __._.. .Thoman-Phone_H __ Si WEDNESDAY"ROYAL

carried in advertisements in"this issue are other exceptional subscription of- burch at In the Jacknt. Riv-. FAMILY"With

s tor those who desire farm. magazines. and.papers, the offers' representing, BATTERY SERVICEAt A Star Cast
Jr:, O. Kirk
Lndous savings from regular subscription. prices. Send. in your remittanceATyou'll wrlght Jr., Al-
Green ant Coming Thursday
oyd 5a
get the Telegraph for '65 weeks and your Choice of any magazine or Iday from TarnNO -
Smith's Service StationAuthorized Will Rogers ,
this sheet and in the ad-
[up of magazines at the low prices now offered you on. In
Wlllard II
tisements carried in this issue. "The Connecticut


, .h

I E. C. George TS VliIUngr her-
[later, Mrs. C. Q. Jones In Palm

(Harbor. Specials Friday & Saturday

Mrs. George C. White and Mrs.
I If. C. SUth spent Friday In,Jack-
I sonvUle.

Mrs./ M. E. Edwards returned Pillsbury Pan-Cake Flour 2 for 25c }r
- - -
I Monday from .Lawtey after a IIt
week's visit with relatives.
People who know good Pan-Cakes, say Pillsbury makes the best
Miss Kate Struth has returned _. ---
J from a visit with relatives In Jack
sonville. Glbb's P&GLaundry Octagon Soap or

Judge A. Z. Adkina attended
Pork and Beans Powders4cansfor25c
I court in Macclenny several days Soap7Barsfor25c ,
this week.

f f 3 f for -1 lOc
Mr. Ray Coney of Baldwin<< spent -
Monday with his parents Mr. and
I Mrs. J. F. ,rrI .. .
Colley. -- --- - -- -'- -- -- -- -- -

I Mr. Harold T. Lang of Titusville, 6 25c
pound bag
Pa., was a guest Sunday at the BestFlois
[ home.of Mr. and Mrs. L. V. Moore. _.- -_ .-_--_.-'__-_ '-'-_- u

Mrs. E. M. Johns and Mrs. C. A. Clearbrook Compound Best CaneSUGAR
KnIght spent Wednesday In Jack-

onvffle..Mr. Butter LARD

and,Mrs..N. O.,..Adams and .a ,
McKay Johnson motored'to.Cedar
Key Sunda). Pound.31c PoundHe lOpounds49c 1'.

IlIas Pearle'Manning spent the .
peat week at the Florida State ' J:',

ntm. 7' .,.,,I, ,. '." BLUE: ROSE RICE5poundbag,21c
: J :_
Mr. an4 Mrs. A. J. Williams and -'.,-..... Ii:(, -
loa Charles of Alachua, _were .. '. --
Nests ot Senator and lira ii :1*. .. : .f
I .
Joboa, .,.. ) I SA '' CampbellsSOUPS Delta La Touralne
satueaaYz Y"t k L rr
Er: ,
DiD Pickles COFFEE

CENT.' .A WORD! *- But fresh. seasonable. -. merchandise regularly stocked Is being. sold;*' r for 2Sc2qt.Jar----3&Ponnd---28c- .


'''. RENT,-;*. Can st. No. 2 Cans Tomatoes 4cansfor25c y
- - - -
'\.*.*?M J.: W. Morgan agent. 3-20-tt: are receiving daily new Spring and Summer Goods for men=nothingold 'i iil

mM ...
>OR RENT: or shop-worn-
-J story d room. bath
meat wen located:1.aeooabl., National Rosedale No. 2 CanPEACHES

,, 3- W. Morgantf.l.. Striped and Plain Serge Suits,Newest Models and Patterns. '. GfltSOrMeI '

waded on left/ hip with "4 NEW PATTERN EFFECTS i'Y.' "
": Howard.- circle Lawtey.underneath., J. Itith A.. DRESS SHOES-WORK SHOES-ALL.PRICE. RANGES-: 6for25c 2for------25c 8Pounds23c


O an-round.or mechanics colorexf, see P. Guarantee of satisfaction and money saved on every
ltow Pwum.arante<

BULBaraet -......

''PaJa.R.. W.for GRIFFIN.crop at fixed Lana prta St.. J. M. ALVAREZ Satisfaction Is a Certainty

._. '. TtotUuperrlsor for itiii
S. Bom Cox TWO- ,")larks i '
Orlando Fla. 'y 4-10-31

vyy Sr n 'p; M/'

IMF ,. '!'I '*era" ,a f '''''''! tl d t ,', Yra: ''i'fIJ'' '': '';' n''l7M+ / !r" AnL"t") n'r7ae;s/S7jrrn< '' ., ifis l 1r5n "'' IfalMq''fr; M' f, r'ill'$I ., ,'i' ,'.787 i I..' 1 ,, ; ;y It

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Aan. FOUR _ __ '_ $BADD013Ili tOpO_ 'I'EL_ ORAPIJ._ _, p!'I I ,.'g. 3 Z r ,. n
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il...''t r. ,I (t! '! Pi I" ." l4STc.W :I .Jri.iJ'lIl!: TIlE,FLORWA:I .t oI ;"li-.

'\" H: t\TpIE 1.EGISLATIJRE EI :I 0 4z'a : : 4.';'
{ .. 'II'' "
: I i : (Con1ect\ from page 1.)" i '" ,,.e iii. , ,,' .I y II: yc 0 91"t(," O j .-'s
.. 1IJ
The Florida t + '" 6 '1 ,
Hij kSociEtvi III
office of hotel commissioner o ; D .'
Tate III\I, 1 '
: form three aepa: !; i a "" "(, ' ..,'
: ; one *'r stretches a1bn.- 11\ \ .
I 14"i > !,, J.J..IJJ .
j. i : "H. , ot1 employment Indus- western eoaetat t '
trial dev'J pn ItJt;. another provided )0 !fA 0 : '. :.1"; t: '( :"
Mrs. Leith and Mrs. J. :M. mc1u4 "r Z x' \
BE GIVEN Brown. .'
penaltj< for parking vehicles ... .. , :lit )0 $
J.f 1J' : : :
Brownlee. Reefs the x'l' i 1 I ;
without Ufht* on paved highway; ; 1lehr'( ,jlll: : >
I4 Society Circle No. 3 of the Baptist 'W. \ 'II
s The Methodist Missionary III '" ..... '" '.,....
will a silver tea at the M. U. met Monday afternoon at another would' give to soldiers and ADolete'Keys to ,t' r'II ,. I , :Iii .Dr: ., ; ,I .
give '" ' \ .. ,
sailors of the World War certain the third from fi ',' ; p ... III "IJI' (
L. Kahr Jr..
home of Mrs. E. S. Matthews, Monday 3:30: with Mrs. A. a \ ,
1 acreage wplcb hiss been returned to, to Saint I 'i ) I brf

,r .afternoon at 3:30: o'clock. The scripture devotional reading was by opened the circle witha the state tot non-payment of! Chi: Bay 1TL/.o..o.u.,. ., ........ii..u.e..e..a.' ,, d.a.a.' J ................. 1
J "I"
., / 1/1'/ >1.1 $"" , "
1 I BIRTHDAY PARTYe leader. :Mrs. A. M. Darby who also taxes; another would abolish occupational grounds have 'a " ": .. \" 'f "' "": 1.1 1-
license taxes; and an- about 120 mils AI''i" ;.\\JI
.r. ,
offered ,I ,
prayer. I. t I' ,, t 1',
' other wotyfl compel all Individuals Key Biscayne, In ;1-// 1,Li'r"; ,,: .' 1'I j ' ,
r Little Miss L'Etta Corpening Mrs. H. L. Brownlee gave a report I S ,l THE ?,{ ,,;
'f '
celebrated her seventh birthday; of the orphan at Arcadia. and corpoyAtioifc* to tax returns on ending In the s )''':-fr ,,,' ., *l ; '" '': i''i'?',

'1 with an egg bunt April 4th at the Ways and means of raising mon all real and f tangible personal prop' The Channel northeast, ;Just w ," ,j," '\ J t'\; \\. . .... .. .. .., .. (/. #... b. .' : .-. .: *
home of her parents, Mr and Mrs ey for this circle to do local work erty.Not : :
J. E. Corpeninff. was discussed. The business session to \ft! outdone by the senate grounds are veliI"M { : / YOU ,. .:ANT +
4 In which VA> 28 bills were intro- an average \' n .
; A jolly time was had by those adjourned and was followed y ; .' ,.. '
present in hunting eggs playing with a social half-hour, during duced the rj*.t tey. the house mem- miles and bell ,( ,l , '1:':". n' _,;; 1'J",t tqt'){' I'
bers pound a total of 36 onto the outer aide of th I> " ",/} tr '
games and contests.At ,which time the hostess assisted by / .; .. 'ir! Vl'r" ".
the close of the afternoon the Mrs. H. I* Brownlee served delicIous desk, Friday. The house also had the Metacumbe, .I;dt .1 :.'. A'THE '\' ': :" '"

rl birthday cake was cut and with punch and.wafers. workman' compensation, congressional broaden out so t .. J"z.: : f fv' l'I'f'.iI'o/' ,!!!! ,,, ;; 14
restricting and constitutional tire width of th {'-" ,',' ,J_'''Ii '
I cream was served to the young Circle No. 3 of the Baptist :Missionary "'; 34 ;.
) ',' ,' '
guests. Society met Monday after convention pills., Four of much broader ." '

The little hostess received. many noon at the home of Mrs. Jessie the first bill l li the house had to north., The sail ; ,',.' BARGAIN PRICES' YOUIEIKEIf "\ :;

nice gilts.- Goodman with Mrs. Goodman and do with rUnty:\ officials one requiring the grounds hav ,

Mrs. M. D. Bumgarner as hostesses. uaty< commissioners to same breadth w. : ',,1. ;

AN EGO HUNT Lovely pink roses bright- fix amount* of bond another establishing 14 mllos. ",':

T, i/ ened the living room where the maximum salaries of The second s; ( BMB-JilB; w..tei I* ..* lid'". writ a for the tow orb 'p'rkw)

Mrs. Barney McRae gave an members gathered.In county sch)l superintendents, the 'gin Just south', " ,.. ,..,(1' t'.,") !

k ; Easter egg hunt for her little the absence of Mrs. G. W. Alderman third pre Mbitig maximum net with a breadth)u To _..* iur _.'_p.'*" .r inr._P of.e..I*.w, I''.... "e'.w't.* .er*-rjr'te'rerlt tk* ...
a daughter. Betty and son, Barney Mrs. Bumgarner led the compensated% of certain county officiate rapidly broaden .t' .!.. or **_-*.,... wasted pin SUM f.. .* yr -_.*crl.4l..ii to tae T.I*<<..p... .M__d_N _P." **_t t. i*elrytu..

, Jr., Saturday April 4th. devotional reading the 41st Psalm an4 the fourth fixing compensation north to a width: .,"' tbs ... tb. MbMrlptlm jl. tk. Tcl....-.. is wasted .r tae '......-.., .OF ..' _t t. ... address,... arp..,." a

1 The little guests had a merry followed by prayer. The regular f be paid to sheriffs for it maintains fr ) , ..... These *ricwi geed- mktr .t. October ,1, 1991. AH ..oert.tI..a far ... FMr. ..,_ .5afad. ,etkerw/se;

time hunting eggs and playing outdoor business of the circle was then destruction of seized liquors and opposite Bay f ""r 6 ,

( games. taken up.During. certain pettonal property in con Reef, Just BOut '''; ..._.n... _, .:::., .....55.39 Far west S..H. .... Pheteplq M._.... .. ;.x; 1.71r ,It- fAROMS rowlnj
!" .... Field A ,!reef...__, 1M' Pbydeal' C.I.... .:; 1.15'
Miss Mildred McRae and Miss the social half hour the i nection thetewitb.Another 'The total lengtground All StorrAjn -;-- :I rn i.-_ ...laJlII P....... M_.......-. _-,.,' .... >f.i OFIRAI ,;
F Gladys Underhill assisted Mrs. Mc- eight member present sewed after souse bill would declare Is abou rlc.a Girl .1.1O Florida V..._ r __...__.7'11 YN plr' a..I__ M.Mklp" sAO t
I ..
:* yn ----__ Florid Gr wee &, Rae In entertaining the young folk. which the hostesses served delicious all designated state roads to be the miles. Its.dlsta .. __ '
Arerlo.r< BS .711 Voram 'w C* trr _.* "410 Itrrlrw ef,Revlew.,L.:..+. I.M' .ddreM)
; Those present were: Betty strawberries and cake with: exclusive property of the state. varies somewha ye.r. ___, ,1.110 Go..I..o_. 4:1: yeses)_ AO Red R..k '_ .. 'Inner Arerln. Hey aN Gnnd 'Hee.ekeepLg ..uw 1.7'11 lit. 1'1.' ....... '''y)j, ...' ........_ ass Ifor.ekeepl.e _
% Hayes, Enos Hayes C. B. Hayes hot tea and coffee. Mrs. W. J. Ep- the six cetiF gsa tit would be di- edge appt Yo.'." C._....... IJIO :I fun. _.._..._ ass ........, m......q D'yrere ... 4._ 1.- -
,; ,+ ,,' Jr., Joyce Hayes, Buddy Andrews, person invited the circle to meet vided. by Bother bill, with four 5 miles of then a y...a -.r..r- ,see Good Utrratw* .. _.. aM JI ,.. ..____ .x'rd 1.55. Oe.ropollt Field u r l 3.
Ida Lulu Davis, cents to the state road de- ,close upon A:;, .. .. _....... U..p._.. D.._>r .... ,_ ..00 5eleaea ... .1........, ..+..F 5.e
r 3 i i :Marjorie Davis with her next month. 1 going AareWua i a ass, II ,..... ,...lilt ........ PI., .... .. __...JIII (k.rool/t5.. ,y I,,
Gloria Buford,' Julian McRae and i partment -*><1 the other two return- ,throughout the Arg..y. .......____ ue Homo **. Field _..._.w Iue swiss World :_.., +.,.,;' -IK sirs Daasse .,
y Ing to counties :extent It Is db better Itere.l w. G..aII :I ,-.. __ 110M ...le.fll\. Ai ... ...",.....0 SJJ5A.4MI Co.ropeutaa (1
tor a
' :McRae. road and $
n Bobby WHITEWASH: FOR ,FARM AND bridge 5.7. Lif. ? ....,,..,._ i.e Ho..oli O.e.1 Sere*. Book ,.. ....._ Desl1.R
HOMO II indebtedness. Motor vehicles with miles from tb HI.. Dock ___, ace '. 42 yarn) _-.I,..,_.,.. .III 8prlri. 11I._"". ._ .Ias Good
UVBK DU MOIS CLUB MEETS bodies over %(0> feet long touches the s. 9.ekr... .. ? ___L.,., Harper'. rLM hart Start** ,.w. ..'._ 4.o Hns.ek.I
or ; .q
carry- "_.. ".- ., ? f---- 1.- M..lirwo: *_ JM*.*.|.. Styl. '. _J.._.._4 , see Harper'* lawn.
s Spring Is here and with it comesan Ing more tfcan seven passengers reefs of Cedar I a ,..... __---, 11.8 ...... .... _ __.. -""* ass a..t M.g..ise r' _\I.7 0 Good Hoawkerlmf MBverrdar
L. Wyman entertained would water on theat .. -.._.. a0 ', 3.50 a , 1.40 H ae 4 '1M.
Mrs. be yeah '
bAnn d from the state 1I1.ILuoH" t..I..HD..t \00 ? y r
instinctive desire to aid nature .
.. .
i sa ., .... .
r -, I Tree a -- . .. , 1JSlI.I I Ce.rnpollt.., o..t
member of the Live du Mols Club in her work of beautifying our sur- highwayster dark according to cared on the Cj Coli... H..o.. .., 3.50 ,LI..rty ,..,oJ s.2S 1'1.. ._ JJO, 1..1
at her home at Kingsley from 3 C..II...'. WItIF_. ._ 1.80 i.If. ........ ,"> ...-. '
Tuesday Homes cleaned the provlai I 1'a of a bill arranged by ranges / :- ,4.00, -lirtali II.. ,.. &SO ,w Field
oundlngs. are ; .
. _. .
.F- ..395. .
,, Mo.C.II.' II. ,_ ,"* Tr*.*l > _.._____es .... ,
Lake. from cellar to attic, yards are raked representatives from Madison many portionsshallower Co..tIT GH...... II......'. HT.i Trmo Ihteedls Mrtr1o* .."s
Sweet peas were effectively arranged houses and outbulld- county th, first gun in the rail than' (a rr. ) ---..1..--- u.Cn ." '.". -_."' ::._ .11I Tim*''R.pmmco..-,.. ., '1.T8> CLIB NO. 4.4
,1 In the living room where painted The nor th err ...rr Hor4 f.IF. ....... EIde ,_. .75 Tree ..****...* ..,,_', ___ ._ 1.75 Mother HMldweiit ... *
road-bus ...
lugs fences, stones and tree trunks controversy. Represents fmrmt FlrMld. Mo<.r Btta*; ...._ UII 'T..* Story ........./ ,,,--.T9, Fraltaai]
} the guests were entertained. are whitewashed to make them tlve Westb\-)ok of Lake has a bill which maintain! (a F..n) ____,',----..:: .711 '' Motlo. PI.....* rlkl* __ ..IMt "..it7 Fanr,... _-y,:;,,, 130 Brerr-iir LVt
.. ...
. .
44 1 Following a delightful luncheonthe whereby c citrus width throw g In), Crret HUtorr_ _ -_" 1.75 Notion PI.._.. MumMte. lie veR.a ,.., ._..._,__t._., a.-. Farr, UT sleet I
more attractive. t&lag fruits for lltor .60 Ndlcrlt (:S rr) uuf 'War Aew _. ',. ..,, ., 1.T-\. .
book "Phllippa" by Anne Douglas long by about Devtlv Vlrtlillrpin __, see Nat .._., .____
:Many folks use a simple mixtureof commercial bufboaea in the state ; r* M ln :US3 ,War Birds rr.' __ 1.711
discussed. approaches { World .__ I.'. O. K. P..Itry J..raal 'Wt.._ .'"," ____. ,, 11003 ; CLUB NO. 1! *
t Sedgewick was lime and water for whitewashing would be &uia.ted.( inspected be- Rvery.CWd'.3s..l.*_ I'" < . . "- '
rr : JIG W. .
n> '' na ebdd lent|
Those enjoying Mrs. Wyman'shospitality but are not satisfied with the tore canned AH inspection tax of the I t.... < _______-.--LN, sees Rood for H.a _, .7. .Wild *Advs.-L--.. &JIll, '1 O. K. Pnltry j jMldwent
Mrs. E. I{., Ferryman off the mow tl Lit. (* rnKruTBodr ) .2t5, Outdoor A-terin ._ ,,_ 156 Wlld'W..t PnllmlllWmrmt
were: Weekly
and< :
charged pleats/ would be -
I lasting qualities. This can be considerably required PwltrrM Outdoor Lit. ______TII 3A9' Worn* ** H._ "','
Mrs. L. A. Davie Mrs. Edward Improved if salt is added to lapel ail products show. The depth o: *.*-l.. (:I rr) ......r, ;::10 Ontlook .* ........**t _,.130 Corpaalea .7. dt U.It.el' '
r'h _
iN Burns Mrs. T. J. Alderman, ing grounds is t Farr dt Plr ld* (Use over th* Top ___, j. "_; Lee 3 "....... ... .. ,+- I.....
as per the following formula: Dissolve name a iq location of cannery Coa*.>> P.l>.... a..,...* Molr see Woo __'_ "....*4 I.". CLbB NO.Sk{
y: Mrs. D. C. Jones of Gainesville and There w IIJlte Farm A 14,**tekneenrd rietorl. Review __ .. _.' ;,- *.
f + 19 Ibs. of salt In 7 1-2 gallons some talk, JH W World ;.:_ ).es Mother H>MU*|
49: rear"'*) _.....M Pmta Show (E.gUah ... .W. . .
H. L. Chamberlin of Parsons ). * St 'fl."tS'j Krerr-iir LM
Z Mrs. of water and add SO Ibs. of I among several representatives the F.rr.r. 'Wit., 4C ..*r*) 75 PothSMtor '. .._.______ '
.75 'World' Werk" :,. ..., .... : nanrk sea
....... .
Kansas.. hydrated lime or the lime putty latter part of the week, of dissatisfaction O'i i Farr 48 Ppl.. _..... M.atkJF Your G."" '. ". ......r.... 75 O. K. Poem .
Ferrer .w 5t.-k--.75, ,,U .......__... .. ? .w .
made by slaking 38 Ibs. of qulckime. wits committee appoint ,run) My.. ..._ _W,._ \1.4. : 'Farm dk LlTmr l
MR. AND MRS. W. M. Mix thoroughly thin to de- ments. Sp0'ke c Lewis had the

t ENTERTAIN Ired. and with usual bigIe.. required of all '
.consistency, apply $1.50 PER YEAR BRADFORD COUNTY
t brush or sprayer. speakers In Mating the many committees
K Mr. and Mrs. Walnwrlght durable it would '
host For a very whitewash and have been
were boat and ssi to their which: will not rub off or chalk and Impossible V'please anywhere Dear I :
at f'j
bridge club Saturday evening may be used Inside or out. the following all of the OS taembers of the house. "; ,

{ their home. ,: formula will be found ex- However it I Is claimed that sup terr y given
for bridge were arranged I CASH CORNER'
Three tables This mixture may be1 satsfactorily porters of -Vorable race track leg-

t la the living room which' used for whitewashing lation are "ufe In the air" and that I a.lways.Bradford.-

I s was prettily decorated with sweet I buildings. Interior walls, stables the finance And taxation committee In S.J-:1uuJ; : Building-Opposite Depot I
}' peas roses gladlolas. dairies etc., wherever a high-class ls deadl ke4., one prominent

Several progressions and soores of the totaledM game II lasting Job is desired. It requiresmore observer wv1 ao sure this was a Phone. 15 Stake, Fla. We DeliverSPECIALS '
were enjoyed care In mixing than the above fact he declared) any progressive .t
4 awarded Mrs. C. A. Fanners
r PrIzes were formula, but the extra effort is well legislation Doming. from the present County
and Judge A. Z. Adkins for
Knight worth while. session vou>4 originate In the

holding high. Mix u follows: Soak 5 Ibs. of senate perhba at the direction of FOR FRIDAY SATUR-

far The hostess served the players casein in 2 gallons of hot water until the governor- with! the hope that ,
a saladcourse
who'were as follows thoroughly softened (about 2 upon reaching the house the "sty- Supply CompanySTARKE
Z. ,Adkins. -
and Mrs. A.
; : Judge and Mrs. E. M. hours). Dissolve 3 Ibs. of trlsodium mie" would p. dUslpated., This is DAY AND MONDAYSalnlotf
f Senator phosphate In about a gallon of water only conjecture. and outward
and Mrs. J. C. Robinson .
y Johns Mr. and add this to the casein so- Indications Dint to smooth and efficient -
Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Wall and Mr. FLORIDA
luUon. Prepare a thick cream by action by the house with
lt and Mrs. C, A. Knight. mixing 50 Ibs. of hydrated lime the same co qftloo '
existing In the
: 'all '
; Pinl" ... lOc
,. ,
(or the lime putty made by slaking senate to atj ever greater degree. . ,fen 7f' ,(Q.. -- ---------- I' Phone 151 Nathan N. Prevatt, Jlgr.

JUDGE PARTY 38 Ibs. of quicklime) In about Chairman Vell has stated very LARD, *'roundlJ'--r------ 23c
I l'gallons of water stirring vlgor- definitely thtt b" intends to push : ; ,
I .. ..
''I :Mrs. S. L. Peek and Mrs. B. S. ously. Dilute 3 pints of formaldehyde his ambition for a general convention 2 Ibs.Cumberland Ground Coffee____:;...__ 25c tfliEL ; JJGJ: "".;" E",
In 3 of water. When of the Democratic tla ;
Carroll were Joint hostesses at a gallons party of the tftr.The !

{'ts delightful bridge party Friday afternoon the lime and casein solutions are state prior t
at the. formers home. both thoroughly cool slowly add dental electors, SQ that standards

The lower floors of the home the casein to the lime stirring con- of action &t.11 platform .may be Bacon Pttttes, Per lb. ______ :.___________ lOc
was open ensulte and tastefully tantly. Now very slowly add the fully established n la very likely

n li Gt decorated with sweet peas and radIance formaldehyde solution to the batch, that such Arrangements will be Picnic Hams, Sugar Cured Ib. _L-1___-_____ '17c
< roses for this enjoyable afA tlrrlng constantly and vigorously. made. -

if,1-1 fair. Care must be taken not to add the .... Smoked Sausage, 2 Ibs. for _. 35c I
: i WHEN ------- ------
; m At' the conclusion of the game formaldehyde too rapidly or the IS A )roIUJ '

scores were added and prizes were casein may Jell, thus spoiling the NOT' A FORD T' Peanut Butter, 2 pound jar ______:--_---- 30c ,
''I awarded the winner. Mrs. J. BS. batch. Do not make up more of .w t

Wilson made high and Mrs. O. U this formula than CaD be used in Rumor has it that the new 8- SUGAR 5 lbs. White Sack ---___;-_--_- 25c

Beasley scored second.- Mrs.. R. J. one day. cyllnder Ford I* touring Florida. I -

s Davie _made u low. The ''story Is. that the new,motor Longhorn Cheese, lb. __________________ 20e
,' 11 (The following guests enjoyed a CARD OF THANKS travelled aU the wy from Detroit ,

tempting' salad course: Mrs.' U D. to Fort My*!*, 1- P1to. To keep Black Eye Peas, 5 lbs for :: :-._ ,25e .
-- -- ----- ..
Vt-ung. Mrs. .J- C. Robinson Miss We wish to thank all who assisted the public fTtffe retting a peek at rOhJP'SA

f, Mabel Weller )(ra.' .Hamilton us through our troubles follow- this new motor U la said that a STRING BEANS, 3 cans ________________ 25c >>

} Bitch. Mrs. A. 8. .Crews, Mrs. D. fag the death of our darling son companion tf of the regular type '

P. carpenter Mrs.-J. JU' FraMe and brother for their kindness and traveled-wit) tits. ear'of new and BANANAS, pounds ------ ., ----- _Sc / N fI1.fen f
I' Mrs. O. U Haynes.: Mrs. T. T. Long, many floral offerings, and sym mighty motor-. .'ana this companion :

J.r, .. F. F. Stump )(r. O. U Beasley. pathy. car took one tAB'dl and gas DeCessary 98 lb. Honeysuckle Flour _.-! ...:L.: _L$2J9
y Mrs. J. K.; Wilson. ),(r .. D. A. Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Dyal, for the lice OJ its big brother r- Gts

e 7 ,tl n XoDUe. Mrs., T. J- Alderman and family. traveling,incctnl to. No one, It II 24 Ib. Honeysuckle Flour __ ______ 6St: .

} R. J.. Davis. 2t|Adjdns. > said had an otoponuntty to lift the ,

mJIff ll Mrs. Mrs. I* Wyman..B. M. Four million large-mouth bass hood of this AW Ford except the I 99 Ibs. Great Western Flour _________ $1.8S

? Johns Mrs. H. V Knight, Mrs. D. fingerling and fry, from the state member of ty. Ford party on that I :

K" OalnewUle; and-Mrs. hatcheries, under the direction of entire trip. n 24 Ibs. Great .Wffter'1.F1o"r __ 'lie
k c; J a... 9t commission _______
qiaHKrtln yt rariciu, .Kan & the state shellfish and This raise the question "when
r. fresh of the water department fish have of been game released and la cylinder a Ford, smooth not, A Ford?" Is aa eight GRITS,far: -sack ____--_____.. ..___.. '1.10 .
; running quiet motor
: BAPTIST W. :M. B. CIBCIJCa In Florida's streams ,and lakes MEAL I
a Ford 1' Water
nvtor Ton Ground
is the sack p.r
'MKKTtCircle during the last season. Several way per _______ $1.1.5. _
the new rnotV .la described. Surely : golden mean between
thousand were, held In rearing we haven't ftttrgoUea the RICE Blue Rose whole Grain
t No. 1 of the Baptist W. M. ponds to be released when they of the Ford "just another history Ford- ---- $1.00 I less extravagance and Scrooffe- -

k'I'f t a met at Monday the home afternoon.of' Mrs. C. A.Knight' had six !Dch.stained... a growth of four to will hardly \b* applicable to this Race Horse Mule Feed, sack __, __ ___ $1.00 I like miserliness )is Commonsense {'

new car. It ifeed to be that blind
6, d pink radiance roses and sweet Savings. Spend what you need
In pastel shades were attractively Nonca 'men could tell 'when a Ford motor SCRATCH FEED .. __________ $I, O but SAVE too. Now '
peas '
arranged in the home for was starting **d *,nen a Ford car especially, a

,this occasion. I ""jras approachjA But Ford seems LAYING MASH _________________ $1.75SUPRMli Savings Account at the Bank affords -
will not be responsible for
: devotional was led by Mrs.J. any determined tft above out of the dis safety obtainable other
The :
4 debts contracted oelchecks< : givenby DAIRY
t )of. Brownlee and followed with Albert Underbill. class that gave. his prod- _ _____ $1.00 way.
' uct so much good featured free ad-
prayer. After a short businessesaion It. J. U Underbill. VERIBEST
t 2 a social hour was enjoyed. vertising. Portly "Baby Lincoln" SHORTSWHITE'CEIPPED _ _________ $1.90

4" '..f Repair work on pastortum was reported The Florida catch of fish In 1028 will be a more appropriate name

j" yat ; finished"The collection: for according to the Bureau of Fisheries for this new Mir with its V-type 8 OATS ---- $1.00

the afternoon was |3.00. .-,;:. was 61,120,559 pounds, valued cylinder motor, running so quietly I CORN Yellow I The BANK STARKE
( The hostess served strawberry at ;B3.8dO,478. for the west coast that it seems w, but whisper 1 I l lwhen Western _.1. ___ .__ U.oo of

shortcake and whip cream. and 43J84.B04 pounds'' valued at operating to the company of '

1'' 7 Those present were: Mrs. W. I_ 1,270,36 for the east coast. Shellfish one Beach of IU dfath''Vero:; I 30 Crates and IjDOO Cups ______ ....... 13.00 ;fAN HONOR'"ROLZ' ,'BANK'

Wail Mrs. J. B. Wilson. *.)(n. Alice reported.,for the east coast In Journal.... .. .
Mal Langtord Men. Moor*.,MrMaaasShepard. pou4d r W1;11SO.os.'Yahied at ''JacksoavUfe"Wt. FRUITS AND PRODUCE'DAILY E. S. Matthews Pres. R. J. Davis Cuh1eryl

i Mrs. W. H. Perkins Mrs. I m.470. ,Street to be w4enL beaver !'I -..... '

(: I .

," \,'':,;'' ''., 'f,., .. Ao/\, 1. .,:" )I'm It \) ..., .... .J < J'' < i- '%' '''' '
'''-1''. "''. !, '

17. 1031
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-- Mrs. D. "C,, Jones of Gainesville, ;Mr. and_Mrs, John Wolf.,their pa, where they- attended the state! sponges consist of scraping off Lake Worth-Root beer stand at 1

tiitsol spent'y.; and ,Wednesdaywith daughter Marie and ions! Leon convention) of:the American Legon. the remaining;particles of out.,lde 105 North Dixie highway; sold to
her parents Mr. and Mrs A. ard and Bernard, of Green Cove I skin with a dull knife, and with a Gaylor Kenyon.
M. Darby. Springs, were guests Sunday of stout club'the small pieces of shell'',
,Work started in cleaning Calooeahatchee -
Mt. and'Mrd..+O. B. Stansbury.. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Saul Mr. and coral and other matter are pound.
Mrs. Jennie Leith left Tuesday I. Mrs.J. (X.Hoover Mr. and Mrs., W. ed out of the skeleton. Water is and deepening channel
j for Providence, R. I., being called Mrs..W. P.:Robinson and friendsof H. Hart Mr. and :Mrs. O. M. Sis- then taken up and squeezed between Fort Myers and LaBelle.ArcadiaDesoto .
eaI Nei there on account of Uhnsa of her Jacksonville, ejaroute to their trunk, Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Futch through them a number of times, county can-
brother. home from Ft., Myers .where they and SODS, Miss Grace Grace Wood and after being strung in bunches, ning association formed here to engage -
attended the"State 'P T. A. COn- and Mr. Joe Sistrunk visited the they are ready for the auction mar- In cooperative
Concerning Our PmopU HSMHIM. and Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Scott of vention, visited Mra. J. C. Robinson Mountain Lake Sanctuary and citrus fruit by-products..
Prow..a of th.9 Ce>anf> and Town Brownsville, are the guests of Mr. Saturday afternoon. Singing Tower Sunday. ket.Inferior sponges can be readily
Scott's parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. A. distinguished. by the red-brown color
Scott. Mr. and :Mrs. Lenthal Wymanand Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Denmark of of the Inner fiber. In some
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ClQQICaca.c g QggggOQO 1 daughter. Ruth, and Mr. Tom Valdosta, Gr., and Mrs. E. B. Jelka, sponges this reddening Is found FLORIDATHEATRE
ITHKR. REPORT Miss Elizabeth Jones of Jacksonville Mr. Owen Griffin left Monday Busch, will attend the meeting of ;Df Qultman, Oa, spent Saturdaywith only at the root,but in the most in-
I was the guest of her uncle for Tallahassee, to act as steno- Southeastern Section of the Society Mr. and Mrs. T. B. M&sste. ferior, It penetrates well Into the +
grapher for Senator E. M. Johns of American Foresters, to be held Mr. and Mrs. Denmark were en- body. The beet quality sponges
,lied by Btarke branch, U.! and aunt, Rev. and Mrs. W. F. during the legislature. i at Panama City, April 18th. I route to Jacksonville for several are of a grayish hue throughout, GAINESVILLE. FLA.
try Department. Jones for the week-end. I days visit, while Mrs. Jelks re although some may show a reddish .' -- d
ending,. April 15, 1931. Misses Myrtle and Emma Strick Mrs. A. L. Kahr Jr., Mrs. B. S. mained here for a visit with her spot at the point of attachment to Program Week 17TODAY
: Mrs. EL W. Hayes Misses Myrtle land are at home after a two Edwards and son, Jimmie spent daughter, Mrs. Massle. Each of the ocean bed. The color Itself, .
t. Max. :Min Predp. and Emma Strickland and Mlas 'month's visit in Miami, the guestsof the week-end in Tallahassee and the party returned to their respective however, Is one of the least important >< r
their aunt, Mrs. M. O. Levlton. were accompanied home by Mr. homes Wednesday. factors In determining the val '
83 49 Beatrice Johns
9 spent Wednesday and Mrs. Eugene Edwards and little ue of sponge. A fine sponge Is de- +
0 84 55 afternoon In Gainesville. Mrs. A. A. Fripp, after spend son, Eugene; Jr. termined by the following characteristics
1 79 58 ___ ___ THE FLORIDA SPONGE FISH 'Honor Among Lovers'
ing several weeks with her daughter n =>-ni : size and shape soft
2 72 57 59 .22 Mrs. W. E. Brown and Mrs. Ken. Mrs. Luther Powell, returnedto i Mr. and Mrs. Wm. II. Struth had -ERYContinued --- ness, fineness, toughness, durability WithFredric Na{

3 80 77 87 .22- neth Brand of the State Farm, her home In Columbia, S. C., I as guests for the week-end, Mr. ( from page 4.) resiliency, and absorptiveness
4 .73 were guests of Mrs. H. L. Brownlee i Wednesday.Mr. ;and Mrs. Wm. G. south and children e> March
67 59 '
1.17 in. Friday. Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Edwardsand sue. In this state decomposition! A discussion of fish and game
[_rainfall__ for week and Mrs. S. S. Dowling and baby, and Mr. and Mrs..W. W. sets in and some of the liquid organic legislation will feature the annual Claudette Colbert
Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Colley and daughter, Nettle, spent the week. Page, Jr., of Jacksonville matter drains away. It Is convention in Winter Haven March '
N. D. Wainwright spent Mr. and Mrs. Will Tillls of Jack end in Jacksonville with Mrs. i advantageous to shade the sponges, 2-3 of the Florida Division of the Added-Uoyd Hamilton Cornedy ;
day In Jacksonville. sonville were guests of Mr. and 'Dowling's sister, Mrs. G. B. God- ii i Mr. and Mrs. Wm. H. Struth or the sun will quickly dry the out- Izaak Walton League of America. Cartoon and News
Mrs. J. F. Colley Sunday. 'I bold. have returned from a visit with side skin and render the subsequent Ak }
W. G. Haile spent Tuesday daughters in Wildwood and Plant cleaning more difficult. After sufficient Florida's 1930 honey crop was a SATURDAY
ksonvllle.i M s. :M. E. Edwards, Mrs. J. A. I Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Epperson and City. While away Mr. and Mrs. exposure they are beaten little larger than usual, accordingto
Long, Misses Hazel and Lois Ad. family of Jacksonville and Mr. and I Struth visited the Singing Tower with a heavy short club to loosen a recent estimate by R. E. Foster "BODY & SOUL" '
i and Mrs. J. L. Frazee spentin kips and A. Z. Adkins. Jr., visitedin Mrs. G. A. Anderson of Lawtey, and other towns in south, Florida. the remaining skink and dead tissue apiary inspector with the State
Jacksonville., Gainesville Tuesday afternoon. spent Sunday with their parents, I and foreign matter. They are Plant Board. The estimate Is 7.- WithCharles
Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Epperson.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Boone Dick, Mr. then strung on strong cord and 500,000 pounds.
and Mrs. A. S. crews were Mrs. J. K. Corpening returned and Mrs. H. C. Tankersley and son, thrown overboard, where they are Farrell
sin i Jacksonville Thursday. home Monday from Tampa where and Mrs. W. 'C. Gore and .Clint Milton, and Mr. Van Tlbbs, allowed to macerate by the actionof Key Went-Bush-Bell Miniature
she attended the American Legion daughter Miss OUve, Mrs Maggie -,visited the Mountain Lake Sanctuary the tide. Another method of golf course, Division and Duval Added-Animal Comedy A Act 1.
\ and Mrs. D. E. Knight spentY Convention. Hale and Wllka Gore of Ocala and Singing Tower Sunday. cleaning sponges by tide action Is streets, opened.WakullaWork. .
in Jacksonville. Grove, Ocala, were guests Tuesday I to place them In crawls. Crawlsare started on rebuilding Monday & Tuesday"DRACULAH' + '
Mra. Lute S. Lewis and grandson. evening of Miss Amy Moore. Mrs. N. D. Bumgaraer. Mrs. W. small enclosures made with Wakulla river bridge on
Nathan Prevatt spent Sun- Granville Kirk Lewis, Jr., J. Epperson, Mrs. A. M. Darby and stakes set closely together in shallow highway No. 10. '
Jacksonville with friends. spent the week-end in Jasper with Mrs. R. F. Demorest returned Dr. G. P. Raymond attended the water generally very near ,to Mayo J. W. McCall purchasedCity
relatives.Mr. .from Amerlcus, Ga., Wednesday annual meeting of the Woman's the shore. Meat,Market from R. L. Os- I The Greatest mystery picture on
and Mrs. H. C. Wall were I and was accompanied by her father Missionary Union at Trenton Fri The final preparation of the teen. the talking screen, with. a star
of Mr. and Mrs. :M. L. and Mrs. A. L. Kahr, Jr., , Mr. O. C. Johnson, who will day. -_- n ---, cast. i
er of Waldo Sunday. and Misses Lola Colley, Pearle spend a while here. I- STEAM PRESSING COMPANYSUITS Added-Rlpley-a "Believe It or l'i
Manning and Dora Manning spent Mrs. T. J. Griffin, Mrs. T. J. Alderman CLEANED PRESSED AND RESHAPED Not," Comedy and News t
Maceo Hicks of Waldo Wednesday in Jacksonville. Mrs. F. F. Stump, Mrs. W. :M. Rev. M. F. Jones, Dr. Q. n
Monday with Mrs. H. C. Bryden, Mrs. C. A. Knight and Mr. P. Raymond and Mr. B.'K. Ferry / Frank TIomara-Phone 52
._ _.. n _ _, __ . WEDNESDAY"ROYAL i'\
Miss Pearle :Manning, Capt. and Kilpatrick motored to Jacksonville man attended the Methodist Sun n
Mrs. L. E Moseley and children, Thursday afternoon to attend the day School Conference at the Riverside FAMILY"With T 1;
and Mrs. H. M. Clarvoe of of the Florida State Farm motoredto Eastern Star meeting. Methodist church In Jacksonville >
a, were guests of Mr. and Wildwood Sunday. I Monday.
L. A. Davis Sunday.s. Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Riggs of BATTERY SERVICEAt A Star Cast
Mrs. George Marks and daughter ,,Jacksonville, spent the week-end Mr. W. A. Besaent. Jr:, G. Kirk rr
F. A. Canova and daughter Marjorie Sue, of DeLand, are in Starke with their son-in-law and Lewis. N. D. WainwrIght, Jr., Al-
Ann of Buahnell are guests vaiting Mrs. Marks' parents Mr. I daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Ted Stil- onzo Versailles Lloyd Green and Coming Thursday
[rs. E. E. Canova. f,"1 Mrs. A. M. Darby. ley. others returned Sunday from Tarna.iS'zr -
Smith's Service Station Will RogersIn, .

s. J. F. Klckliter, Jr., and i
Hren of Greenville are visiting I Authorized Wlllard Dealer

I J. F. Klckliter. "The Connecticut '
hrs. :M. C. Stith and Mrs. W. J.
leraon spent Tuesday In Galnes- t\

l with Mrs. Dale Vanulckel. ., ",
5 .
lira. E. C. George is visiting her
laUter, Mrs. C. a. Jones in Palm

I Harbor.." Specials Friday & Saturday

Mra. George C. White and Mrs.
ill C. Stith spent Friday in Jack-
I sonville.

Mrs. :M. E. Edwards returned Pillsbury Pan-Cake Flour 2 for 25c
Monday from Lawtey after a q - .

week's visit with relatives.
ee People who know good Pan-Cakes say Pillsbury makes the best i
Miss returnedfrom . ..
Kate Struth has --- . -- -- -- -_-- !
a visit with relatives In Jack
sonville. Gtbb's P&GLaundry Octagon Soap or .

Judge A. Z. Adklna attendedcourt Pork and Beans Powders
In Macclenny several days Soap7Barsfor25c

this week. ,

Mr. Ray Colley of Baldwin spent 4cansfor---25c 3for - - lOc '
Monday with his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. J. F. Colley. u. __._ ___. .__ _. ._ ___

Mr. Harold T. Lang of Tltusvllle, Pillsbury Best Flour 6 25c
PL, was a guest Sunday at the - - - pound ?!

home,of Mr. and Mrs. L. V Moore. __ .. ._ __ n'__ n _. n' ___ .

Mrs. E. :M. Johns and Mrs. C. A. Clearbrook Compound Best CaneSUGAR
Knight spent Wednesday In Jack-

sonville. Butter LARD

Mr. and Mrs. N.,G. Adams and I
McKay Johnson motored to.Cedar
Key Sunday. Pound31c PoundIk IOpounds--

Miss Pearle Manning spent the ,.
-- -
Past week at the Florida State -, . '
: :

I'arm.' .. '... 1<<:! ." .,, \ 01-' ,.,' ;.- BLUE, ROSE' RICE5 pound bag, 21cCampbelVs
*". ;
and Mra. A. J. Williams and -- ., - .1
Boa Charles -
of Alachua .. were .
IUeat of Senator and Kr.. II:. \L ,> .'
., Touraine
... J Delta
Johns 8CENT. ". 'wI' . xTK,
& i'
J'rrI\ ; ..... NO SALmBut
; I '
'" SOUPS Dill Pickles COFFEE

: ..
L -
A '
WORD merchandise regularly stocked Is being sold for
fresh seasonable
COLUMN ; 3 cans for--f 25c 2qteJar----38c PoundLa - -.- : 28c

,\._ ... f LESS THAN SALE STOCKWe wNo.2CansTomatoes4cansfor

',*Wl RENT: tatoreav Can at 25c ,;

-",_*Me J..W. Morgan, agent 2-20-U are receiving daily new Spring and Summer Goods r men.. :-nothlng .

.'"OR-RENT-a story 6 room, bath, old or shop-rDorn-
lights, wen located; Iteaaooable .- " National Rosedale No. 2 Can .

-. it J. w.' ICorratf.>: 9-20-tT.. 'Striped and Plain Serge Suits,Newest Models and- Patterns" PEACHES.GritsorI Meal ,f

': .LoST-one black mare mule, SMART'STRAWS AND PANAMAS CRACKERS :

branded on left hip with "4", NEW PATTERN EFFECTS ','

.;, 'ltb Howard- ,circle. Lawtey.underneath.- J. It A.* DRESS SHOES-WORK SHOES-ALL.PRICE R .:NGES\ 6for25c 2for------25c 8Pounds--- 23ciV'

idsailround, colored farm before Y
and saved on every .sale. See,
., Me D. P. Guarantee of satisfaction
PuI1u1D" Stark. Satisfaction buy 'ti
tBAjr&nUed you ci
-Cltaw sIOJ2I ; r _

BULB3-FM. supervision,
.l ills tnct R.: W.for CRIFFOT.crop at fixed Lane prte St. J. M. ALVAREZ "Where Satisfaction a C.rlalntr'APRI1 .

*PIe 'LtVFlorM*. supervisor for
rce Bulb Cow 1009"BV'Martu
8t, Orlando. Flu. t 4-10-3t

( r1 ; 11i'

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RAIN WIND SLOW UP THE i dictions that efforts will be made South Jacksonville, 27th __ 6,597 Fort Meade, 68th ,

STATE TOMATO MOVEMENT' Legislature to abolish the Okeechobee Flood Panama City, 2Sth ____ 5,402 Stuart, 69th ,_ --

-- Control District or merge It with Bartow 29th ____ 5,402 Monticello, 70thChlpley _--
FARM NEWS SECTION :Miami. Fla., April 10.-Rains In the drainage district l.Ia
DeLand, 80th __ 5,246 __ ,...
the Homestead area last week were Faced By Great Legalized Racing racing Bill Is Looms expected to Fort Pierce, 31st ____ 4,803, High Springs 72nd---,_ :&;:

Lake 32nd ___ 4,416, St. Cloud, 73rd
winds which City __
followed by high be sought In bills of various forms.A __ ,...
s CoBdveted By; whipped the tomato vines around I "Reno-fashioned" divorce bill New Smyrna, 33rd ,- 4,149 Auburndale, 75th -= i:&:

L, T. DTDK Ceontar Agent and scarred much of the fruit. The' State Problems for Florida has been predicted. Lee burg, 84th 4,113 Punta Gorda, 76th --- I
Arcadia 35th ___ 4,082 Dade City, 77th .Ba!
damage will run as high as 50 per ,
MISS PEARL JORDAN, BOOM DenMMtrMfoA Agt Another bill said to be ready
i ii1ti .. cent in some sections it la thought' -' for introduction, would create a Chattahoochee: 36th __ 3.803 Okeechobee, 78th -==:: t;:

Rains did little damage other than Quincy, 87th ____ 3.773 Jasper, 79th --
: Finance and Taxation Appears To state advertising fund for use in 1.7
TUB COUNTY AGENTIS the movement. Winter Park, 38th 3.686 Green Cove Springs lli- q
Growing Pullets I to slow up Shippers Be Most Engrossing a national publicity campaign for Lb
ONLY A HUMAN report It has been rather difficult QuestionFaced Florida. Tarpon Springs, 2&th __ 3.414 Palm Beach, 81st -----__

Need Clean Ranges; WHO TRIES TO HELP, to sell any except best quality, and .- Observers have predicted that Lake Wales, 40th _..____ 3.401 Dnnla, 82nd ----------. 1.701 187

' Rotation Suggested most shipments rolled unsold., the be- Marianna,, 41st ___ 3.372 Mount Dora, 83rd ----- "_
transportation controversy
with the task In
: (By Spuds Johnson.) Shipments from the east coast biggest Avon Park. 42nd ______ 3.355 Ormond Beach, 84th ___!__
{I the history of Florida general as- tween rail and motor carriers 15 lI;
have been running from 140 to 16o Manatee, 43ro ____ 8419 Dunnellon, 85th __
Gainesville, Fla. In the development Since county agent work was semblles, the state's 38 senators would reach the .legislature one ---- 1, 1I
cars weekly, and the movement Klsslmmee, 44thApalachicola _____ 3,163 Deerfleld. 86th ___
of pullts one of theY established by the United States and 95 representatives Sunday way or another --- 1Ip
will probably remain close to that 45th _____ 3.150 :Milton, 87th --- __
most Important factors to consider Department of Agriculture and volume until late in April when converged on the capital for Fifth Congressman Palmetto, 46th 8,043 Dunedin, 88th.. _--_ laY
---- ---
Various In the of the 23rd Florida's right to a fifth congressman 1 t3S
If good ones are to be put In cooperating agencies other sections are expected to I opening regular at will Haines City, 47th _.____ 3.037 Largo 89thFrostproof -----___ ill
the states in 1&14, some of us legislative session In Tallahassee Washington ne-
the laying house Is clean range, farmers have come to look on the start shipping. Probably Florida: Tuesday. cessitate the redlstrtcting' the Fernandina 48th ___ 3.023 90th _____ Itpl
shipments will not exceed: 200 cars Sebring, 49thHollywood ______ 2,912 BrooksvlUe, 91st _____
according to N. R. Mehrhof, extension agent as a very prevent help In There was general agreementthat state. A fifth congressional district -- I/g
weekly this month.:: I 50th _____ 2.869 Wlldwood. 92nd ____
poultryman. time of trouble. (And that's practically the big question to be faced will be created or the extracongress'alan
The tomato crop in the Vero: Eustla, 51st ______ 2,835 Starko, 93rd __
He that a for poultry will be forced to act -- ? 1.S3I
says range all the time.: ) Others, per- and answered Is that of finance
Beach and Ft. Pierce sections has Perry, I D2nd ______ 2.744 Bonlfay, 94thBlountstown __
is considered clean where no poul- at IXl ]
; haps, have been fretted becausethe and taxation. as representative large.
suffered from rains but now appears Live Oak, 53rd _______ 2,734 95th ___
try has been allowed to run and no agent has not done everything Governor Doe E. Carlton said The capital has heard the usual -- UfO
to be recovering fairly well. Melbourne 54th _____ 2,677 Port 96th
: Tampa, ____
spread for a discussion of session" --- 1,
manure ZI2
poultry perSod we thought he should have accom- the answer rests In some plan for a "split plan (
of at least one year; In fact, a pushed. However, we must admit ,Shipments will probably start equalizing without increasing taxation and there have been free predictions DeFuniak Springs, 65th __ 2,636 Inverness, 97th ---____ UU
i around Lake Okeechobee was recently Pompano, 56th ____ 2,614 Havana 98th
4 ;wo or three year rotation Is much that most of the agents have been so as to provide the necessary of the present senslon run- --- ? U91.UI
should estimated at 2.500 acres.The Hialeah, 57th _--- 2,600 Holly Hill 99th _____
to be preferred. The land honestly trying to better the agriculture revenue. ning longer than the allotted 60 i ----
In that section is In good con ,Wauchula 68th ______
and cultivated. This crop 2,574 Apopka, 100th ____
p |.e plowed of their counties. There seemed to be uo question days. i --- 1.131
dition. First shipments are ex- Delray Beach 59th __ 2,333 Tavares, 101st ________
f r/Ul help In keeping it clean. Inr' A Tennessee farmer, Albert as to what is needed. All agreedit 1.090
pected around :May 1. Homestead, 60th ___ 2,319 Clermont, 102ndCross ____ io81
r' the rearing of pullets the problem Hines, so clearly summed up "the is financial relief-relief for the --
I Rains and high waters have Vero Beach, 61st ____ 2,268 City 103rd ___
of proper development can be solved county agent" In a recent Issue of state for counties for cities for ___ i.on
? a practically wiped out the acreageIn Population Pahokee 62nd ________
if the producer will strive to !Southern Agriculturist that his districts. 2,256 Keys, 104th _____ 1.Gel
Collier county on the lower west :Madison, 63rd ______ 2,189 Beach
,. r practice a rotation is much to be 'opinions and obaeravtlons are :Many plans have been suggested Boynton 105th ____ SDl l
coast Movement from the remaining Cocoa, 64thMulberry. __________ 2,164 OvIedo 106th
The land should be ___ !
worthy of repetition here. There has been talk of a sales tax, IM]
plowed 200 or 300 acres will be limitedto Florida Cities Tttuevllle 65th '
and cultivated. This will Our County Agent an Intangibles tax, a franchise tax, And 2,089 Bowling Green, 107th ___ Lpg:
a few cars each week for abouta 66th _______ _
help In keeping it clean. In the "Is simply our hired man, yet an Income tax Increased gasoline Caryville, 108th. _.____ 1.021

r, rearing of pullets the problem of to: hear some folks talk one would month longer. tax, Increased automobile license Winter Garden 67th .._ 2,023: Hallandale 109th _______ I.hp

proper development can be solvedtf think he Is our boss -- tax and many other forma of tax. Towns In Report --
the producer will strive to -prac "Is not a magician, be cannot, by, Bean Shipments HeavyMiami 10 Real Estate;-; Overtaxed:
Fla., April -High
,tlce a rotation of ranges. wand raise the of -
waving a price seemed almost universal
let take winds over both the Pompano and The final report of the census Plants of
y For example, us a poul- corn. agreement that real estate should Strawberry Quality
last week
try farm and see how It would alL Lake sections whipped bureau on the population of Flor-
"Does not claim to know It be relieved of a' great portion of
"work. In 1931, :Mr. Smith would "Has no cure-all for farm ills bean t vines but did UtUe damage tax burden placed upon It, Real ida has been made, and figures given -
older beans
rear his pullets in range A, while "Is always on the Job. beyond that were scarring about the ready for ship property has been taxed until It all out the showing the population of la ear 51 years as plant grower. this U the shortest
and cities and towns in the
he was cultivating growing "Cannot make any farmer prosperous ment. The wind and rains retarded has ceased to pay :In j,the opinion state. crop ef plants we have ever produced Its not ever S5 percent
In Band C. In 1932: According to the report of
greens ranges
overnight. of those who claimed to have
normal the
over entire
the movement the first part of country. Quality ef plants,
h' he would rear the pullets in range "Cannot help if you do not give led the question. Property must the census Florida has 110 cities the beet ever-we are now' making shipments late
the week but shipments were
In 1933 with a population of than 1-
v,1t B and cultivate A and C. him a chance' be returned to the tax. books they more section.
:fl he would use C and cultivate slightly heavier than during the 000. Below is a list of the cities
"Does not the farm to
come on said
Carlton urged a Missionary loot to
10M. $340
j preceding week and the heaviest of and towns per thousand 10-
1 and B. In the state that have
,. ranges A tell you what to do, but to discus the spring season. Shipments wiping out of all state millage M9 or over ,&L6. See our ageota and place order. Ow
l By working out such a rotation, a population better than 1,000. Cutit
your problems' beans from the Belle Glade-Canal against property save.only the one catalog U free for the asking. .
he would not be back A out and paste It somewhere
: on range up
"Wear a collar and tie because
mill for schools.
levy Agents Brownlee Bros- A. JT. Thomas
until 1934. This would enable him I Point section are slowly' increas to consult In the future. When Ray Newsom
It is standard equipment. How I ing. The crop was recently esti- At least two major groups were read these and G. W. Roberta, Lawtoy, Fla. See them and place orarly -
'to you considerthe
keep the land clean.Soil figures,
would he look in overalls, hickory ready with recommendations on der te snake ef
mated at about 1,600 acres less fact that those sore want We win hold year order.
contamination should be only
shirt and brogan shoes t the subject of taxation and finance. people
y4 avoided if quality pullets are ex- than last season or 7,000 acres. who are year round residents of
i "Has an orderly, well-arrange These are the Citizens Finance and
:;1;'t pected to be raised. Rotation of office where the farmers can meet Taxation committee, headed by the towns and cities were countedas J. A. BAUER
Tomato Acreage'IncreasedVero
;!;, range avoids< soil contamination. citizens: .
and discuss their problems"Welcomes Perry G. Wall of Tampa,, and a
,:.f Coccidioala, round worms and sincere criticism. Beach Fla., April 10-According legislative finance,and taxation Jacksonville, 1st ________ 129,549 TIle

)v; 1 tapeworms can be greatly reduced !"Is a human being. After doing to Luther & Knight, shippers committee, headed by Representative -,. Miami, 2nd __________ 110,637 Strawberry Plant Has Jndeonla,,Ark. Sex 21

( 'if the pullets are reared on clean his best be does not like to be kicked the tomato acreage here will John E. Matthews of Duval; Tampa 3rd ____ ____ 101,161

', land. An Infestation of coccldla, shoW' a slight increase this year. county. The first committee was St Petersburg, 4th ___.. 40.425

,,4, or worms, or. both, will hinder "Hauls his moving picture ma- They estimate there will be about appointed by Governor carton; the I Pensacola, 5th _____ 81, 19

proper development and It must be chine about over the country, 2,000 acres of tomatoes comparedwith second was formed by the members Orlando, 6th >________ 27,330

{;r.. remembered that It is from these showing us interesting pictures of 1,600 last year. About 75 per of the senate and house of representatives West Palm Beach, 7th '_ 26.610 the TELEGRAPhWILL

$, growing pullets that winter egg farm life."Promotes. cent is Marglobes and 25 per cent Lakeland 8th ____ 18, M

,,5. 'producers are to be secured, says boys' and girls' clubs, i Livingston Globes. With favorable Other Plans Offered Daytona Beach, 9th .._ 18, 98

'!M y. jlr,
i eta can be kept free of Intestinalparasites i iI'i farming.' This alone la worth what .- Movement will start the last with Ideas to offer-and certain St Augustine, 11th ____ 12,111 $CN. veu

the more resistant they, he costs of 'April, ten days or two weeks other plans to oppose, are the Tallahassee 12th-. 10,700
,) later than usual, and the peak Florida League of Muncipialltlea, Gainesville. 13th _
sill be to an infestation. "Has to have a salary, else how 10.465
The quality of the pullet that could he Bve."Cannot movement should* be reached the state association'' of county Sanford, 14th _____ 10,100 CO'ODIMES'
around :May 15. commissioners the Florida Retail Fort Myers 15th: __'
,<( goes into the laying'house will determine give lectures that will 9,082 60

,t to a great extent the return keep the weeds down, or the fencesup. Merchants association with loins Fort Lauderdale, 16th ___ 8,666 '
,4 that can be expected. The Center Hill Fla., April 10.-According girded for war against any formof Sarasota, 17th ___ 8,398Clearwater

ii, .Ipulleta should be supplied clean "Believes In. a better agricul- to S. B. Sullivan tc Son sales tax, and othersThe 18th .. ____ 7.607

1(' range; given good feed, and other- ture." Ina, vegetable shippers, with proposed sales tax forms Ocala, 19th _______ 7,281 .

) ; wise handled so that they will be headquarters at Ft. Lauderdale, the chief difference In the recommendations Winter Haven, 20th ___ 7,130 AND
: of. the Wall and the
brought Into production in good who have an extensive acreage Plant City. 21st __ 6,800 THIS NEWSPAPERFOR
:Mathews committees. The
PLAN MOSQUITO FIGHT here, the Center Hill bean acreage Wall Palatka 22nd 6,600
'f l shape.. III lower this than last. committee, by a close vote' andover
'f! slightly :year Miami Beach 23rd 6,491
''1 DeLand, .Fla.-Volusla County They estimate the acreage for the the protests of the chairman,, .Bradenton, 24th _. u 5,986
,;,k: SERVE: LEE PRODUCTS.DIN- home demonstration club membersare spring crop at 2,000 compared with recommended a gross retail sales Lake Worth 25th 5,940 $ FOR
M; i tax subject to the approval of the
NER lining up to wage a batUe 2.COO to 8,000'last season A 40 Coral Gables, 26th ..___ 5,697Say '
voters at election.Other
a general
against mosquitoes A copy of a to 50-hamper crop Is In prospect ) ,24YOU recommendationsby one
'*,' Fort Myers, Fla.-A delicious pamphlet entitled "The Life Cycleof Movement is expected to start this or both of these committees, are:

{.'t.1f. dinner featuring' products raised In the Mosquito' has just been week. Practically, everything Is Abolition of offices and commissions -

Lee county was recently served the mailed to every club member. Bountiful* with some giant string- ; consolidation of courts and it with Flowers

county school board, commlsalonrs Plans are also being made to extend -lees and Tennessee green pods.
"i' i counties and districts creation of ,
; .... _
t Ia; :err, and others by the Home Demonstration this work' from the 'fourth a tax: commission; refunding of 1"

? CounciL According, to grade up, In the county schools, city, district and county bonds by Flowers For All CAN HAVE YOUR
,:HIM Anna Mae Sikes, home demonstration -
Miss Orpha Cole, home demonstration I long-term state bonds elimination
agent, the menu was agent, reports. WBUF FARM PROGRAM OccasionsGERTRUDE CHOICE OF ANY FIVE
_ of the fee system for officers; compulsory OF
mint fruit cocktail baked chicken
It. "The Veto of tax returns elimination of _. a
; _,.. THE
mint caullfowerau Florida'IGainesville 1 r. MAGAZINES
P/t.p'&Dd! ',; dressing, Jelly The Florida Experiment Station I bond trustees: collection of'taxesby LISTED
:au. gratin, new English peas, rlced recommends aide-dressing cotton BELOW
; Installment; other forms of tax: GODBEY FOR A FULL yEAR
potatoes, shamrock cream cheese with about 150 pounds per acre of
; salad,,hot rolls, coffee, and orange some good nitrogenous fertilizer Fla.- Florida farmers reform. ANDERSONPhone '- ( TWELVE MONTHS
who are radio listeners will be Government EconomyInseparable : )

(.pte. as soon as warm weather seta in. offered a series of broadcast that from the matter of 39 Waldo, Fla Why> mor for your megazlrw*

should prove helpful during the taxation and finance will be the ------ when you can buy thorn et ten than

Florida Farm Hour, presented each matter of governmental economy COlt through your home town newspaper

day next week from state radio. and passage of the biennial appropriations ? You can
in Hints To Housewives actually gel five of
station WRUF.' These programswill i bill. The state budget OVER. WORkaNERVESv:-_ America's leading/ farm and fiction
begin at 12 noon, eastern, commission worked overtime for ;
Weekly from Hem DesnonstraUesi Specialist. T.n.hw.. magazIne at this amazing price If
standard time, and the list of more than a month on Its report to you dl -?now.If you act
talks to 'be given has Just been the legislature and Its recommendations wig/ ivTHfly' quickly you
1OAN STRAWBERRIES: AT cream. Pour over the dessert announced toy the Florida Agricultural will be placed before both the I9Ja! !!
,' I next morn
.-I HOME AS SEASON ENDS year for j just a hale <
Strawberry Juice Extension Service as follows: houses within five days after., the Man lhe

'ftj': For strawberry ;Juice, use the I Sat. April 18 -- Florida Farm assembly Is opened +. Don'1 hesitate price of this, newape ',

.Great quantities of strawberries small so-called cull fruit sound and New. and Hints. V.. S.,Farm Science It Is admitted that new banking tome oIlheso 10 fend your order If

h''wlil' be available at very reasonable ripe. Wash, crush and beat slowly Snapshots laws will be sought and that an newal come 10 you ftOWw R.

,: prices for a short time at.the to simmering point Strain Mon., April 20 -r The Importance effort will be made to create a men"" win be eSEND twelve

l''close of .the shipping season It through a double thickness of of Clean Range for chickens separate banking department doto. ahead 'of your eacPlretlon J

.ft ehoo-e- all of us to make the cheesecloth. If ;Juices free from -Norman R. Mehrhof. Growing' Governor Carlton baa headed a

;M'ntost of this delicious berry while sediment are desired, let stand In I Healthy Chicks in Highlands county movement for the relief of the common ,,. .

,SK'last... cool place over night. Then pour Louis IL Alameyer. schools of the state. Talk of

,%' ,- Strawberry Sauce off (or siphon) carefully: from the Tues.. April 21 Controlling economy' and reductions has seldom hiANl

% Use 2 quarts strawberries, 2 cup. The the Berry Worm on Blueberries mentioned the school-- School finances -

$sugar addition of sugar to all fruit :J. It. Watson. Farm Question Box. and school requirement w

i Wash carefully and cap. Do not lulcee will give a finer flavor. It Wed.. April 22 Spring' PlantIng and regulations will be the subjectof

+ 'allow berries to stand In the 'water :may be used In any desired pro- and Care of Florida Lawns many Mils, It baa been predicted.The a. .

'$when preparing them. Cut berries 'portion, a fair allowance being 1 Oeo. BJ.. Rltchey. Increasing' Bee governor has advocated such

,'f in small piece or crush. very'slightly. cup of sugar to.1 gallon of Juice.I Colonlea-R. B. Foster relief ae will assure. each community eGaalsess w

j add sugar and bring very Fill Jars to overflowing Wltb.botl Thurs., April 23 erasing Cattle : of not lew than eight full' .UP. m. year ssr"tn wwh'T -

{|'slowly to boiling point In a covered (ulo* Seal and process mInI on Cut-Over Pine Land-Dr. A. months of school. .. WODII.-- Y. at Mgh7tVth.......' COUPON

;*?kettle. Let stand covered, a few utes below simmering point (about I L. Shealy. Establishing Pasture May Add Another _tIM .... 1III .& wits

,;'.hours. Reheat and let stand a see- 180 degree. F or a little lower Grasaea on Cut-Over Areas W. E. While there has been much said Watch *( 01"_.._L..cI.w. I 1 wteh M .... edyMtege of .. b.9'...
row copal. :
t''v end time preferably over night than the heat at which the fruit Stoke about consolidation of Judicial ctrcults -. faeettt ___ 0. 1 we.nctoMi thth.ebovce
' $Bring again to boiling' pout, aim- was cooked). Or, U bottles are Frt, April M Planting Legumea 'and ellxnlnatloo of minor - .NrTb.dto.".." If..... ( us raw pepet end M 8IftOune.. .,.....s rot a_ 'ubsr.l

a ifv'Ber: gently 10 minute PackIng used, wash carefully and sterilize In Corn J. Leo Smith courts, there looms a' probability ... a1III a .et Xbefo.In, Is sepeetheetit I"hew.amt d.Mr

t ?tot startle Jars, and seal at once. Ifv.'Jar both bottlea and corks. Fin with When to Start.Poisoning' Cotton that an effort win be made to adda ItiIa-! "';.., dJatuIIaIS. -.

rubbers are boiling' hot and hot Juice, put cork In tightly Boll Weevil*-El :F. Grossman.The seventh supreme court Justice to W'ny Bferveseesit. you try Dr. Miles'

f f strawberries boiling when placedi''tia (small pieces of cloth tied over weather forecast will be given the bench of the high tribunal and Just one in Nervla a half Tablets? 1 MarS
\ Jars, no further processing' 1 III cork help to hold them in ) and glass of
place early In each program, to allow the commissioners of the water makes a pleatanL spark.
: necessary. and process. Best to lay bottles market reports from the state court to pass out of office with ling drink dtigtraoiy.ootains SI Tes RJ>4k_

S The.canning of strawberries Is on sides 'when->'processing This Marketing"' Bureau WU1'be broadcast the expiration of 'their present to ever-taxed nerves.

ry ;Il'".urged since it require a minimumAmount allows for perfect sterilization of at 11 a. m. and. .12:45: p. m. ierooa.Highway. Dr..Mfl .' Nervine Is now TOWM--- nAP_ ,

,4 ': : of sugar while with preserve corks and all danger from moldsIs each week day. construction will be Effervescent forms Liquid and

} .,( the maximum! amount of thereby avoided. Tighten corks talked and the present set-up of Tablet. Both have D .
Jji. ,sugar ls used.. Many prefer only and,when cool In the same soothing effect -7 0'11 "....v T
i'' dip melted HOLD FLOWER SHOWS
i paraffin the road department attacked and $JO at C tile c-, ..... .
,s S .1-2 cup sugar to one quart of bars or in sealing wax. Label and supported If announced Intention year drag storeNERVINE 0 '" LA ..,,. 1
):riesi May also make in o 14..h siw....., blMe.+L ...
,; sauce one store In cool dry place. Clearwater, Fla. Three flower of legislators are carried out. 1) <", MILES'"e..P& / o tile... .. sO. ..etwee1.")
;'t process. If preferred. Strawberry Fruit Juices are excellent for use shows and a better lawn and : A bill will be Introduced' to 0 Pse 1Vs....strand.
;, i?. sauce may be used over cold cook- In 't e>anr C Q n. Ill" .
gelatine desserts, .sauces ice garden contest were recently heldIn I change the entire working of the J .e. I. 0 retery....

r.i (.>-,f.-Ver.ed rice desserts, com starch pudding or oth- creams, sherbets, eta. If C&DIIedwithout. Pinellaa county and created con- :Everglade Drainage District In an .c.. 1iU .C GeM tarsi.? 0 ........ .... ,.....
of like character. Mix 0Itsn.
6 :*fruit with sugar they may be used derable Interest ,according to effort to gave financial relief to CM. 0 .....II I..:ra
1-2 quantity of thin for Jelly I I 'I I <; OM..MPAGE ,
t,1 \, County Agent William Gamma ;the cll trtct. There have been pre -- .0 W. s's trod
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therefore, Father that PRESBYTERIAN CONGREGATIONAL LEGISLATIVE NEWS ''a sliding scale of compensation for would constitute significance of

tI I t tI : t for send I have him to five my breth-fath -MEETING (Continued from page 2.) .Under the office the based provisions up on of population.the measure -' agreement for such service thru

I I he may testify unto them, The annual congregational meet. sloner. At present the officials persons becoming of age or the secretary of state. A fee of two

! also come Into this place Ing of the First Presbyterian otherwise becoming qualified to dollars would be allowed the secretary -

I Abraham eaith unto church of Starke was held In the .serve at the pleasure of the gov :participate In elections, primary or of state for making the ser
! w tract q a have Moses) and the church last Wednesday evening ernor. The bill would give them I general,, would be able to register vice.

I ; let them bear them. And with a good attendance of the four-year terms", expiring on the at any time except a specific period H.

! ,.'2! f2-IIiIMd. an Father Abraham: but membership J. M. :Mitchell being first Monday, of the February before the holding of elections. Some of the-
nIU.LJ.\1 outstanding new 1
; ceed '
unto them from the moderator oth.;< meeting. Reports
t love Joy**/bud devotion of tte which follows the date of the Inauguration senate measures Introduced Tuesday '
I D the will repent, and he said were heard from the differ-
aeMoBl.!Jesw the Christ whose ' ' If of the next governor Senators T. G. Futch, Leesburg, Included a bill by President
they hear not Moses ent of the church
I aDd of Wbom it organizations *
Es snIl hear was Aid and W. C. Hodges, Tallahassee, Introduced Whltaker providing for the abolishment -
neither will
all of which
I I$ MAN. they were very encourag
AKFJ Senator Hodges) would submit measures today designated of the board of control J
though one rose from ing. It was stated that the finances
4 WEEKLY SEBMONETTE I ."' proposed constitutional amend- to aid soldiers and sailors who with the duties of the board to betaken 1
of the church in fine
How in and also in were ment to the voters to exempt are veterans of the World War to,.. over by the state board of ,
1 money, shape notwithstanding the fact
A Prayer For All of homesteads from taxation: or forced obtain acreage In the state where education a ugeiiclcs bill to require t
salvation have al
r Lord? you that the last year has been a hard
ri sale with the homestead to consist the lands Involved have retired to physical examination prior to t
Teach me 0 you and you may help one. All outstanding obligationshave
i 119:33. ,
psalm of not than 160 the Issuance of
more acres the state for non-payment of taxes. marriage licenses, 1
statutes and you? been met and the budget for
1 rd, the way of thy ; take of land or not more than onehalfan The Hodges bill would give appli- also sponsored by President Whlt '
teaches that we do the church well In
l I keep it unto the end. coming year acre of land Inside limits aker two resolutions Senator
city Joint
+jad cants forty acres each under homestead ; by
to exist at death
and but re- hand. Six new members have recently
S understanding
34. Give me owest together with $1000 worth of personal regulations, while the measure Samuel W, Getren, Bushnell.on. ,
V shall keep thy law; yea I shall dred Individuality been added to the church. property end the improve- by Senator Futch would permit proposing to consolidate the offices ti
to recognize each other. K. M. Davis and C. N.
Christy were
t whole heartS .
erve it with my said ments on real estate, except that veterans to purchase the lands at a of county tax assessor and
S Make me to go In the path four --,- re-elected as elders.CHRISTIAN I I no property would be exempt from price not to exceed the amount of county tax collector providing In 5
: I The Is the session as
1 thy commandments; for there- "maka BIBLE HEADINGS following ale for the payment of obligations the delinquent taxes plus 23 percent lieu of both offices an office of
at constituted C. N.
! do 1 delight. present : contracted for the purchase of the The rate of Interest would county assessor and collector of

l |36 Incline my heart unto thy when ; April 17 'Christy, E. M, Davis, J. M. Tiuby.i property or for the erection, repair. be. limited to six per cent with deferred taxes, and the other designed to ( y
F. A. H. H. and J.
alimonies and not to covetous- Sweezy, Young Improvement or labor. prohibit who
Into payments allowed in the discretion any person participated
1 se.S Poverty Nor Rlchcs M. Mitchell. of the trustees to have in a primary election running
S [37. Turn away mine'! eyes from far from me vanity and The following Is the board of Distribution of state automobile charge of the sales. Disabled vet as an Independent candidatein

s Uoldlng vanity; and thy way. "None ; me neither poverty nor trustees as elected, at this meeting: license tags would be placed in the erans would be given preference. the general election following ;,
more J. W. Andrews Sr R. J. Davis W.
1 J38. Establish thy"word unto thy ; me with food conven- hands of the tax collectors of the the primary.
i Irvant, who Is devoted to thy fear. that me.-Proverbs 308.: B. Barnes, T. N. Kendrick, F. A. state under a bill Introduced by Representative John E. Mathewsof '
9 | 39. Turn away my reproach 'Its man serve two masters ? Scott, T. 8., Williams., Senator Gctxen. The tax collectors , Duval, with a group of other Owners of motor vehicles would ,#
to this fact '
S Jhlch! I fear: for thy Judgments are read-Psalm 3711.: Attention was called would be granted a service legislators, introduced a numberof be released from responiilblllty for ,
I I that a new roof had been put on charge of ten cents for the issuanceof I companion bills relative to coun- Injuries to passengers under the)

1 4(). Behold, I have longed after ,ed the April 18 the church and the grounds Improved each license plate. The state ty government. One of the measures terms of a bill introduced in the

1 iy precepts; quicken mo In thy I drew Not: Boast not thyself of of and substantial beautified and a number motor vehicle commissioner, in ad-' requires that members of the senate by Senator E. M. Johns,
I ghteousneae.S ; for thou knowest not I dition to designation of the countytax board of public instruction be nominated Starke. The bill specifies that "no
:should made In the manse. After the adjournment -
S Prayer: day may bring forth. I collectors as tag agents, also from the districts but elect- person transported by the owner'/
that all to the
l I "Open my eyes that I may see : 1. repaired would be authorized to appoint tax ed by the voters of the counties at or operator of a motor vehicle aa
'away. social hour en-
1 fclimpses of truth Thou hast fore the and by whom was the 'manse and where refreshments a served.was A collectors of the various municipalities large. Mr. Mathews explainingthat his sued without payment for '

; Place in my hands the won.ertul -; Jesus burled? Answer Joyel as tax agents If he so de moat of the boards of countiesof such transportation shall have a 4,
and Christian
of -
mon, fine spirit optimism
I key, that shall un-clasp and I 275760.: marked the whole sired. Collection of notary or any the state today are nominatedby cause of action for damages ',
me free. Sllenty now I wait fellowship other fees except the specified service the voters of the district while against such owner as operator for

r Thee, Ready, my God, Thy will ,God April 19 meeting. charge would be prohibited. the members of the boards are sup Injury, death or loss, in case of accident

> see; Open my eyes Illumine me, nected CHURCH posed to represent the entire county unless such accident shall: i
pint Divine." Yet Trusting Be mer Senator Oetxen, who Introduced suggesting that the proposed have been Intentional on the partof
and me, 0 God; Mine ene- 18 of the 36 bills sent on their legislative -I the said owner or or .
Remember the Sabbath Day, toeep I Elder W. T. McGuire of Ray law "might eliminate the trading operator o'
it Holy-Exodus 20:8.: Go to gave. dally swallow me up: will his third ways :Monday also submitted -' and trafficking for district advan- caused by his heedlessness or hisreckless
City Ga., fill regular '
man be many that fight his to cut the number 'disregard of the rights of
hurch;: Sunday. Sunday appointment at the Christ. tage. As a companion measure,
'linen me. What time I am of Judicial circuits In the state to a bill was Introduced with the Identical others." The measure would not
day: will trust in thee. Psalm Ian church. 21 with all circuits the relieve a carrier
public or
Preaching next Sunday at 11 a. except provisions for members of the any i
gar Sixth, Fourth, Eleventh and Thirteenth board of county commissioners. owner or operator of a motor vehicle ;
SOHOOX. at his charge 'was given three m. and at 7 US: p. m. The public are
SUNDAY allowed one circuit Judge. while the machine was being
LESSON: siring I Joshua? Answer, read- Invited. These four larger circuits wouldbe Creation of a State Department used for demonstration to a pros
which I I : PRESBYTERIAN granted one additional Judge of Banking and Trust was the feature pectlve purchaser or' any responsibility -

ble; -20 each. Capital punishment would of Monday's session of the for any such Injuries.
FOR APRIL 10,1931 I licked Services Sunday, April 19, as follows be abolished except in cases where house of representatives as a total .

died : I am poor and needy; the trial Juries, In written verdict, of 91 measures was shot Into the Riviera Rebuilding of Singer
Subject: The Rich Man and Lazirus Into Lord thinketh upon me; 10 a. m. Sunday school J. M. specifically provide the death pen. hopper when the law makers re- -bridge_._-_. --under- -- ---consideration.-
I man ; my help and my deliverer; I Truby, supt. alty, under another bill by Senator convened after a week-end recess.

Golden Text: "Lay up for your-, in hell tarrying, O my God. I 11 a. m. ,:Morning worship, sermon Getzen. The bank proposal came from Rep.

elves treasures In heaven, where II In : 17. by the pastor. resentatlve J. Tom Watson of Hills-

either moth nor rust doth corrupt afar are better than gold 7 p. m. Christian Endeavor. Topic Abolishment of seven of the 28 borough. The department, under

d where thieves do not break om." ? Answer read Prov. "How Can the Churches Work Judicial circuits In the state and the bill, would consist of a superintendent

ough nor steal." Matt. 6:20.: ments 5TREI.T'y: Together?" the combining of counties in the and five members, all appointive -

Lesson Text:. 16:1: to 17:37.: en 8 p. m. Evening worship song eliminated circuits with the re- by the governor for four

Date of Lesson: January A. accept April 21 I and sermon. maining ones would be effected bya year terms. One of the department

SO, about three months before facts of Youth For thou Prayer meeting Wednesday eve- bill Introduced in the senate by members would be a president -

Jams' death. say hope, 0 Lord God; thou ning at 8 o'clock. Senator Samuel W. Getzen Bush- of a national bank another an l

Introduction: "Earning and made from my youth. Psalm I A cordial invitation to all our nell. The bill would place Duval, active citrus grower and the fifth ll l

using money concern nearly every uncle : service extended to all. Nassau and Baker counties In the an attorney-at-law with requirements

mature person. Jesus said a great the steps of a good man present Fourth Judicial Circuit, for the superintendent being On The Screen

Ideal about money. He also found, and I Answer read-Psalm 37: I BAPTISTSunday taking away Clay county and add-I that he shall have had at least six under. the glare of powerful r''

I in the attachment money the I them I ing that polltlclal subdivision to years of actual experience as an fonts and the stress of Tietnr

source of many moral and spiritual mean school at 10 a. m., A. J. the twentieth circuit which wouldbe executive officer or employ. of a M.ld..." the beauty rendered by

I dangers. The parable of the rich fancies April 23 Thomas, supt. Are you doing your composed of St. Johns, Putnam, bank. Gounod's Oriental Cream stands

Imaa and his steward was spoken the part to keep up our Sunday Flagler Clay and Bradford coun- the test It fires am allnrtnr.

I to the disciples.The given) Power From God: Behold, school ties. The bill, Senator Getxen explained A bill to permit) service of process pearly. appear**** that will not {

shrewdness that Is used by The you power to tread on Worship at 11 a. m. and 8 p. m. Is designated to reduce the in civil suits against nonresident rob sitsNo streak er sp... 1

I the world to get on In business Into and scorpions), and over Mid-week service Wednesday at number of circuit and would cut motor vehicle operators In retains.p" necessary MDM

I be used by the Christian In laying send of an enemy; and 8 p. m. the number of circuit Judges from Florida, was sponsored In the sen- soft skls seductive> heavty the.wader delightfully all sun-

us treasure In heaven. The tip of shall by any means hurt "I was glad when they said unto. 40 to 21.Two ate by Senator EL M. Johns, Starke. IIItt.... ,

I\parable of the rich man and Las-I my ; 10: 19. m -'Let us go Into the house of The measure would make the sec- OOUKAUOTI>

lima was spoken to the, covetous this question did the rich ruler the Lord/" Psalms. measures featured the 31 .etary of state agent for any

|Pharisees. ,- I Son, ? Answer, read Luke 4) bills sent in the house hopper during chauffeur or motor car operator or ORIENT 1.

The first parable In today's les- : Winter Garden Tentative plans the two hour ".,.Ion. One of owner who accepts the privilege of .

|son, chap. IS:' l-ia about the un- and ; April 23 for erection of American Legion them, by Rep. J. Tom Watson, of operating an automobile In the CREAM it itww

just steward of a rich householder,I but Community Home discussed at Hillsborough, would make It unne- state without Florida registrationor .. ..... .4 e.r.m ,.u sort ;
I who was about to ,be discharged art -Seek ye the Lord meeting held recently. cessary for the payment of poll license. The bill is designed to Band, 10*, far TrW .... 3r.rd ,

I for cheating his employer, and said I and may be found, call ye Ocoee Civic club discusses taxes by qualified electors and pro- permit service of process in civil T. Mevklne" A ton, Mew Vera city r /y

I"What shall I dot . that when! so while he Is near.-Isaiah plans for proposed road from vide for registration only once In ult against out-of-state motorists,

II am put out'of the stewardship, I from ; : Starke Lake east to point connect- every ten yean, as well as authorizing 'who become Involved in collisionsor MAITEU'S HALM t

I they may receive me Into can is strength promised? ing with Bias. Corner on Clarcona the election of a supervisor accidents. Acceptance of the '

(houses. So. he called his theil'j come read-Isaiah 12:2.: road. of registration and setting uj privilege of driving in the state by Nonce virtue In of given that curtain that under final and deere ,
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A. 35 Adklne, Judge tit elroull i eourt
I "THE L. F. Van Zelm of Bradford County, Florida, In theforeeloauro
MAIN THING By suit therein pendlnir In Sl
which Alfred DeVoto !1. Complain*
ant and Arthur W. Toby ., si. are t
defendant, the underalsrned I wilt tr
UU2tit1g lu sell to hlahet I bidder for ca.h, during
; 1HAy'f Alt R1 MT. 'iUIL.'ii4ER8 A"'r OH, HE Gcrs legal" hour of aale on Monday:
Ih. 4th of Ma"L 1911, the following
t1'f GOOD ?((4AM OH BAHKER{ CCNN& HAV1k11'1 41'U: 1Llk4E I NERD land. lying ana being In Bradford l

( MAJMNEV5PAPEB.) 'tOU KEEP ITfecr "o\J"Rr. SO' ABOUT the eAtNQ '1>PHt)1tf' FafAiel County West, r. ld:1 to-wltt' ..t..

MAY SS a "''ib1A WHEN HB. CUTS EVEaf !So ofFVM of Northeaet quarter and No.'h half
,BANKER COYNE A / CEEROUS j' of Northweet quarter and floutheaetquarter
START M LGB Loose of Northweet quarter ana
FRET SPENDER Sass( / HE'S JOT Fractional Bonthweet quarter except
:..>t I, all In Beotlnn II, Township 7
'dR SHOWN OM> / South lunge 11 Kitut '
CO'itti. oua too*. p ) H. M. JOHNS.'
I r Special MaeterV
.-1C cut oca
1.(" ... CIH QIC solicitor! for Complainant. p..'
CS.ulS Spf1Cg10 ''SPRnS -10-U-I-1.

COCA G11Mi7C.- ''GiK ow, I tiAVRtSI By the MOTION power or reeled BtBCTION In tb.m.y ..
WAQ ", ?t'Alag/ the lawe of Florida I.. Board ef
cs.: we w.D ,V Publla Instruction of Bradford ooa8. \
tIe ty, call an election to be held' at,
D1IIUNWWCL Vanderbllt Bub-Dletrlel No. le *
I I April llth 1111. for the purpose ef
1tt4 1 electing; three trveteee and .
A"b 1M I In. the mlllas to be ....... la
IiG111 UlAN. .... said. dletrlat.
taltel For the purpose of bolding aa4
1p1g election Ike manager. are a* fol.low. -
MI SPtNDS, .- Levy.Norman.. Kerby Crew.,
If7a.I and tea White .
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By Charles McManns

CEt-MY S ; 4NE HIM COMMENCING NELL&SWECTIL.WELL TO ATTh'CTATTENTIC IM 7.Cr dot I Court.-* Cbanoery.Bradford. Coun 1,

I Alfred Cat" .".
'r L 6Hf U. NEVER Au : j 4 IN TMttFN Complainant

ME OUTIUl NAME g: 'ea .8 l IANcIAL1s gierINR. Ida .Carter.Defended... . ,*

MV It appearing by affidavit appended d
to the BUI filed In
the above etate4oauee C
S 8Anl( that Ida Carter the defendanttherein
s named le a non-reeldent of 1-
OIV the itat of Florida, and ehe I. a
...141.". of the town of Homervtlle.
51st..5 U.o..'.., and seta her mall a
I In car of n. J. Jordan, and le over
I e the a e t'b'.l."to..tF.ld." . ',
II le that eald p
F-i defendant be > and .a
hereby required to appear to the
bill) of Complaint filed In eald oane
on or before the 4th day of Hay A.
M D. lilt otherwlee the allecatlone. oCeald
bill for divorce will be taken as a
eonfeaeed by ..1... defendant. It."
? 1 farther ordered that this order. be o!l
Q ERI published one a week. for four ooneeeutlve ''oil'
weeke. In the Bradford
L_ KttyIuWAY County Telea-rapt. a .' pub- I
U.".. In laid oounty and ."t.. '
Tble March I let. A, !>. ital. 1 '
S O. W. ALDERMAN. 'it'
JOIIN0.Clerk Circuit Geri.' d?
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Molidtor for Ceraplalaajtt. *"'
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t, ; I rA/pH 14I.... BllADWOILD fbUN11EL BCUBAm. STAMEU! IftORBDA _FRIDAY, Apm 1 1,111t'&radord

in I Ion' and' only to most glaring Instances of the results e.
the additional representative federal aid work
J County Telegraph congress to which Florida is now a limited extent at this time; henceit of county division. There are HAMPTON --

+ I From Other Pens I IYou entitled Is incorporated in the reso- has been labor necessary almost entirely to use the on other small thinly populated counties ..- sea mI ..... a...
BaUtUahed 18TT state prison aaam>.
""' lution Introduced In the sen- .mh
where like com-
work to be paid for out of Florida'sown in Florida a
ate today by Senators E. :M. Johnsof
funds. The average numberOf would show practically the A. Johns has recentl ;;:
II i Published Weeklr silt Fridays and Entered as Second Class never see a woman walking Starke and Bernard English of convicts committed to Our care parison a filling station, lunch

Matter at the Pest Office *t Starke Florida across a grating wearing a pair Lake City. Is about one thousand men. It cost same results. drink tend sland,III
Did their they would them during "It has been repeatedly stated by on Main street
of high heels.-Times-Union. By resolution 9424,967.91: to support is b
E fi. MaUhewa -____-_______- Owner and Publisher you ever see a grating wearing any simply divide .th, present Fourth 1930. It Is true we make them economists who are studying the building that has recently '
J.C.1UUMOB .1111___________ Managing Editor kind of T"Week's District to create'' the; new Fifth earn their keep, but to do so must tax question that Florida does not vacated by L. T. Terry. -'
illp1 : ----o-- District, allowing ther-other estab- keep them employed, and as they need its little counties-and there Mrs. L J. Priest left thi.
: c movement 226.144 lished districts retrain. with their are employed mostly on purely are some 20 of them with a popu- for Green Covo!! Springs, wherT2
BATE state road construction the expenseof
SUBSCRIPTION quarts," headlines the Bradford boundaries undisturbed. The new carrying on the operation la lation of less than 10,000 eachas will be the guest of her son.11'-
Yearly $1.58 SIx: Months, 75c-Payable In AdTane County Telegraph. To prevent a district would.include the Counties borne almost entirely by state- It has been determined that 'lIS( Priest, for several weeks --:
l; Adrertiaing Rates oa Application hegira to Starke we will explain of Clay Duval, Flagler. Orange raised funds. Should the depart- per"cent of all the taxes collectedare Rev. McGauley preached at t t\t
)y 14 : that the reference was to the ship- Putnam Seminole, St. Johns and ment's Income be further reduced expended by local governments, BapUst church last Sunday 1110,
sa n J "S 'i ment of strawberries. Palatka Volusla. This would,,,give the two we would not use the convicts, some of it none too wisely as a Ing and evening. The attend,"

Trnde at home is a good motto. Daily. News. large cities of Jacksonville and who would then be returned to the compilation of county bonded debt was unusually good, and two?t.
yi each district to Itself and tate prison farm'and .become aCharge will show
--i o-- Tampa a and current expenses tereating sermons were enjoy '
0- Among the many beauties of nature would create separate constituent on the taxpayers, as the" Florida like other southern stated, Mrs. Howell and daughter
r farm bas supported itself. i 111I
h . Even the have a rumble. Florida sunsets and moonlight clea of population fairly comparable The case never has been very strongly where county consolidation Is a live have been the guests of hiss Jilll!
+ Starke Telegraph. Sprinkled with the others', which they presented by Mr. Bentley. He has I issue, could do comfortably with Johnson for several weeks 1'tbJnl.
o- '. with'a liberal number of Florida would have remain as, they area met the clamor of those extremistswho about 60 counties, and we have ed to her home at Tampa last ai\
i Electric light bills are not light affairs. orange-fed beauties. Bronson There will. be other plans pre- would discontinue road build seen no more cogent reason why uraay. ,
o Journal. The combination can't be sented before the matter Is settled, ing altogether by showing the folly deep study should be given to coun- Rev. Dixon will preach at tt.
beat-Wauchula Advocate. however and one;.of these plans of abandoning maintenance of ty consolidation than was contained Christian church next
The first yodeler got his inspiration from'a cat fight. ----o-- would disturb the .Seocjad'District the magnificent system of high In the biennial message of the morning and evening. Sundry.

o Starke Telegraph calls attention which Is represented by Congressman ways. He has shown, furthermore governor of North Carolina to the .:MIss. ,Kathryn Weest baa ben
curtailment of -
that expenditures
become laws. to the fact that some check-up of Green. The people of this any will the .abandonment legislature of that state when it guest"of her aunt, Mrs. J. C De)
will not mean
Ilere's hoping.all bills introduced body widths of trucks using the district are satisfied tef hav "lt-remain bf ;many projects already begun. convened recently. Read what he Bose at Daytona.Mr .

., i o state highways should be made.We as It'ste3o s.'ItJdotq; be hoped' Florida tax-payers, when in said: ; and Mrs."J. B. Ackley fen
you're never disappointed. agree Some) of the trucks we've that the state legislators' will see. -'it thoughtful mood, would never 'Likewise. I commend to your this week for.their home in hat
?+ If you never expect. anything. seen on our highways recently have the same) way., ..urn sanction any policy of recklessness.The serious consideration the 'manda- ;Hartford, Connecticut.
o bodies Just about as wide as the 0 j legislature would do well not tory consolidation of some coun- 1 Mr. Axel Olson, and sister, OIl-
and contentment is the greatest quest of life. roads.-Wauchula Advocate.The New Exchange authorize new projects but ties. Many of our 100 counties stead, ,havereturned to their hon
Happiness those under must be com-
D Three ''things "to loVe-- courage, now way would never have been created of In Torrlngton, Connecticut.
must be-
and maintenance
o bachelor button Is a flower gentleness and affection. pleted come a fetish If the' state is not course. If at the time we had had : Mr."_ :Marvin and Miss Florrtt
+' There are times when a fellow thinks April 1st is his days not a safety pin.-Starke Tele- I Three things to fight for -hon- to lose what It already has. the transportation facilities'of to- Belle Blot of Alachua, visited th*
graph. But bachelor-buttons bloom :or.. country and,home.. --0- day. The beneficial experience aunt and uncle, Miss Ada and Mr
of days. out all over some men's clothing, I Three things to overn-temper, County Consolidation for Tax Reduction -, gained by enforced legislation will, J. W. Nimmo last Sunday.
ff even married ones. New Port I tongue and conduct. I believe, pave the way for further Mr. and Mrs. F. C. Gould o! SB-

vote of 88 to 4 the House serves notice that it's agina Richey Press. Most married men I Three things to hate-cruelty, I consolidation at future sessions of ver Lane, Connecticut, who ban
By a could qualify as "Knights of the- arrogance and ingratitude. (Gainesville Evening News.) the general assembly.' been spending the winter month

a sales tax. Safety Pin." Three things to' delight In- Under the caption, "Food for ,"Florida brags on its road system here, returned to their home thfa
n p.---. o I frankness, freedom and beauty. Thought," the' Ocala Evening Star which has shortened distances week.
that should be met face to face, Inverness Chronicle wants to Three things to avoid' -idleness, writes as follows of county consolidation 'I between cities. Now that we,.have Miss Blancne Paver attended the
A kiss is an emergency know if dunk la the same thing as ,loquacity and fllpp Jesting. as one of the major stepsto good roads, connecting all our principal birthday party of her cousin, Margaret
lv says one jokester. That's no joke. sop whereupon "Robby" Robinson I -Three things to wish for- be taken to effect a reduction of clUes, why not capitalize on Pearce, in Starke last Friday
o of the Starke Telegraph explain .health friends and cheerful spirit taxes In Florida. The Star's them by making them an agency to afternoon.
Florida cover the sub- that dunking Is a vertical movement Three things,. to think about- views on the subject with whichwe the end that county seats be abol- :Mrs. P..B. Hunt returned to ha
in can
Papers carrying oil news I whereas sopping Is a horizontal life, death and eternity.-: agree are expressed as follows ished where there is no necessity home here last Saturday after i
ject every week with one word-progressing. one. That settles It--Galnes- ',May we add an dhie'ndment for : for their existence. County consolidation visit with friends and relatives It
m ___- vIDe Daily Sun. the above named T'":Here goes "While there Is faint'"nope' for should be a live Issue In Valdosta, Ga.

J' from tables as the --o-- .Three things to. -due? teachera. any decided movement 'toward Florida from now on, and while it .
Physicians recommend pushing away It Is now charged.that the Flor co-eds, and booW, county consolidation In Florida may not come this year,.let us hope
best exercise for reducing, says the Gainesville Sun. Ida pardon board releases more Three things to"ffght; for-bull, during the coming session of the that the legislature will name a GRAHAM

o ife-termers than the courts can bash, and grits ,.-r jr at) legislature, considerable thought Is committee or a 'commission' if
but can make convict U that is true, what hope ,Three things to-gavens.1> Old being given the subject and thereIs necessary, to make a thorough VV _
can '
There is a.time for everything one have we of combating the crime Beck; dad and waistline.. Just a possibility that whUe the study of the subject and report Rev. Dodd of Keystone Heigbti
,; most any moment; the opportune time by decisive action. wave? St Petersburg Independent Three things to 'nate-pictur question of consolidation of state back to the session of 1933." tilled his regular appointment hen
-0- How can the board release shows, dances and corn. bureaus and commissions, county Sunday morning at 11:00: with a
4 with more life-termers than convictedand Three things to delight In- offices and. In some instances the -oEeilbronn-- good attendance. Services will beheld
'4'' The legislature is in for a merry time group sent up by the'courts T spring, library and,classroom. tax: collecting. agencies: of county at 7:30: p. m. next second Sun

It advocating one form: of tax and another group"opposing it. oArnow Three things to avoid_week-em. ana city, is being discussed county day at Christian church.
o the beauties of nature- trips pleasure and pie. consolidation may be brought I Springs .11 Miss: Pearl Parrtsh, we are sorry
Florida sunsets and moonlight Three things to wiea for-hoi prominently into the discussion. BUM P_rl Jr......, C.,. to report Is added to the rick

congressional Starke Telegraph. Also blondes, days more exams, and compulsory Florida has 67 counties, and 66 list: Hope she will rapidly. to-
district and' unite.with the 'district south of the sec- brunettes and titlanettes. -' New convocation. court houses (Martin county it Mr. and Mrs. :M. Rhoden of Heil prove. ,

ond. Port Richey Press. We Inter that Three things to think about- seems Is using the city hall at bronn were visiting her slater Mrs. Mr. Vasco! Forsyth and Carl Sapp
you don't get up early enough to Took, flunking and flunked.-Th Stuart for a court house), 67 sets Curtis Melvin of Brooker Sunday.! of Starke were visiting! friends ben
e o see the sunrise.-Moore Haven Plainsmen: .; of county officers and 67 different Mr. Lonnie Bryan of Raleigh was Sunday.Mr. ..
Tourists! In Florida this winter left another million here Democrat. Sprinkled with a libra -----o--. methods of assessing taxes as each :the guest of his father-in-law .W. Coleman Boyd Is visiting
saved even at number of Florida orangefeebeauties. Bentley IsRinght tax assessor fixes the valuations C. Rhoden Tuesday.. friends here from Cooter Pond
taxes. They money/
in the'shape of gasoline .-Bronson Journal. : according to his own inclination I Misses Thelma and Elsie and :M. Funeral services for Sergeant
that. -- (Palatka Dally bows:. ) All these things cost money the Rhoden were visitors to Starke, Avery Dyal were held here Friday
Chairman Robert'J Bentley -- -- -----
o Some of those papers which are very wisely, has Issued e. statement taxpayers' 'money and can be Tuesday. V afternoon at 3:00: at the Baptlit
marking the closing; of a agitating a holiday from road concerning operations\ and ftnances placed in the classification of useless Misses Eva and Beatrice Underhill church Interment was at Mt. Sl
z With the approach of exams building overlook the fact that sev- of the state road department expense along with some state and Mr. Dot and Melvin Carter ani..
school term, teacher never lacks l flowers on the desk each eral Important home Industries This statement was demanded bureaus and commissioners. There were attending the show Friday at Mr. Ed Parrlah and son, Lem.
II would be forced to close down and by the wide amount of misinformation are too many units of government Lawtey.Mr. were business visitors In SUrki
i morning. that thousands of laborers-both prevalent concerning high- In this and other states to administer Carl Sapp and Vasco For- and,Sampson City Saturday.Mr. .
)I -p skilled and unskilled, would be way building and by the readiness the public affairs of too few syth of Starke were visiting at Pode Starling and family

( t, Florida has another legal holiday provided by the house; thrown out of employment, and every of the from public headlines to draw and its totals.conclusions people. Just one example Is sUffIcient Hellbro&n Springs Sunday. have moved here from Tampa
the Declaration of line of business In the state to show how far afield we Mr. Fred John Dewey and Geo. Messrs. Claude Saunders, Bitch
of ,
in honor of the author The gist of the argument advanced -
|,";'\lor April 13th would be seriously affected.-Ocala by Chairman' Bentley Is have gone In creating new counties' Jewell were visiting Mr. W. C. Rho- Mills and Fred Johnson enjoyed
; ,a Independence Star. that Florida cannot afford to di- at the behest of the politicians. Un- den Saturday night fishing trip over the week-end OB
:. 0'Id" --o- vert any present road funds to any ion county was carved out of Bradford Miss Elsie Rhoden Seeber For- Lake Santa Fe.
that legislators are Failure of numerous counties to other purpose purely from the county by the 1921 legislature.. syth Owen and Lon Rhoden at- Mrs. Lacey Rigdon and Eva Rig-
Tallahassee Democrat has discovered; operate their schools the full eight standpoint of economy. To do so It 'has a total land area In square tended the show at Lawtey Friday don attended the funeral here Fri
+'irl sworn in when ,they go to Tallahassee and cussed out when months is simply the reaction from would beV to impose''a financial miles of 243 and according to the night. day from Starke.Mr. .
the inability of property owners to handicap upon the commonwealthwhich 1930 federal census a population of Mr. and Mrs. Ossle Green of :Math Wasden and Duff Ab-
It.' ,they go home pay their taxes. The same condi- : its would convicts be compelled In Idleness to, not maintain to- 7428-less than the populaUon of Heilbronn are the proud parents of ernathy spent a day fishing at

0 tion will prevail next year and the mention:the fact that it would lose Ocala. Its parent, Bradford, has a 10 pounds son born Friday, Apr. Earlton. '
'''i.! Macclenny Press entered its third year with the lastIssue next, unless the tax rate is lowered very liberal federal aid If unableto a land area of 291 square miles anda 10.Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Smith and
; the installation of a linotype and other or money for schools Is obtained match Uncle Ss n's generous population of 9405. scarcely 1000In Cola Johns of Starke was family were guests of Mr. B.
( and announces from some other source. The leg regular'and V emergency,, .. appropria-., excess of Ocala's populaUon.' visiting her sister Mrs. E. E. Johnson and family Sunday.
t modern machinery. stature might as well recognize tions. -! Combined they have a land area of Green Sunday Rev, Taylor will hold his regnW
{, 0 the situation and make plans to It Is 'pointed but by'Mr.. Bentley 539:miles a population' 16.831 Mr. George Jewel of Jacksonville appointment bere Sunday at the
running meet it-Ocala Star. that' the only road money'derive To''show how they compare with a -visiting his mother Mary I Baptist church. The public Is III'
an ugly woman from purely state sources-none of;
Powell never see
you fair-sized
Avery says ----o-- I county, :Marion has a Jewell this week. vited.
obi'a, beauty parlor. As rare as bald-headed barbers' guaranteeIng The New Baster .BatA 'which tate-nowavailable is raised-by taxing comes real from es- !land area of 1647 square miles anda We are all sorry to hear that Several members of the young

their bottle of hair restorer. foolish little maiden the 2 cent gasoline tax and the automobile population of 29,578. We are Mr. W. R. Crawford's home was people of Graham attended tM
''' Bought a foolish little bonnet tax. the two items approximating calling attention to Union'' and ,destroyed by fire Thursday after- dance ,at Lake Geneva Saturday
i 0 With a ribbon and a feather $7,600,000. Since every :Bradford because they are the :noon night

lob By a close vote the house defeated a motion to provide And a bit of lace upon-lt cent of this Is paid by motorists -
.r\1. a- deal r
together with great more
seat covers for the legislators' chairs, the majojrity evidently This.pretty little bat I diverted to other uses-It does

,;thinking the members should cover their own seats. Scarcely bigger than a dime seem fair of Justice from the that simple, those standpoint who-

$# r The getting of it settled bear the burden should have some
Proved to be the work of time.
!rlllNHHHF' The commission to study the state unemployment problem .of But the let benefits.the state chairman" speak ANDREWS STORE DEALERS IN

vi' at so much a day proposedin, a senate bill would at least And when she finally got to church for himself: r .

|' .olve the unemployment problem for members the board. The bells had ceased their ringing Now. as 'to how the. 97,600,000
;; will be expended: RadiosInto
.r 4} meat should be few!Upkeep of Its
population .
five As the choir was lustily singing.AUelujahi
44'i Bartow has only slightly over roads and bridge. This we cal
1'but.It than an electric rate that compares favorably with Jackeonville'e maintenance and betterments.'

P- boasted "ch 1p Juice:' In comparison with the local sang l AUelujahlThey aloud above her head Ordinary: the pavement.mainttaancet\ulden'd Is preserving the Chaste used in its new line of Receivers

t;$sratea.;. Bartow. charges $11 for 300 kilowatts used for light- Hardly knew you, hardly knew you ditches"of the roads,'and ordinary Majestic has'put all the marvelous selectivity of the
$24.19. Is what she thought tIIe.d.ReddtDC repair work on"bridgesbetter- Superheterodyne Circuit. The 'and
? and and Starke patrons pay proven power
heating power '
1iR'I (Iowa) Herald. ments' means when we widen or
,. -or ----- partially reconstruct.c a .road' orrebuild sensitivity of the Screen,Grid Tube, plus the final
l to sell a bot- a wornouV bridge.'.or ''..- elimination of distortion' made "MultiMu"
,;.f The smartest salesman would starve trying An Opinion place a narrow bridge with one of "possible by -
't tie filled with bitter-tasting water for a dollar a shot,individ- -Well Its queer"" said he. "but" you standard width. .
in free music seldom find For maintenance and better-
.'uaUy but get a crowd together throw a A lover of trees la a prison cell mats we have) set aside in round Model 22 has an Eight Tube Chasis Lowboy

1\\,'and the mob will trample over one another to contribute hardearned O. doing a wrong of any kind; figures V BOO.000for '193LT Deducting Console in true Sheraton design its control panel of
benefit to them. It's hu- n' la stuffy rooms the criminals this sum from the 97300.* ,
; dollars for something of no .
; dwell. 000 there to left SS.XOO.OO for oth- matched butt walnut edged with attractive arched,

p;1iJ"man nature to want something. someone' else Is buying. Tve watched. the world- and the purposes. And principally then are new 67 counties con moulding, fluted corner posts and carvings in upper

i':qt; 0-- I way of men. In Florida,-all of whIch have corners. Dynamic Speaker and Tone Control.' .
W Senator Getzen from'Sumter county wants to do away And those who aN bronsed by the some state roads to be constructed.
} summer' sun "Out of this $3,100.00 there
::1 "With' publication of the tax lists and to cut legal advertising I And know the secrets of field and must be met the following., Emerg Complete Installed 50'
dates one-half the existing price introducing bills to this end, Elsa ency ,work resulting principally $97.
: ren't apt to be near when wrongIs torn storm"or floods, which Item
bill to sell property I
The lawyer-senator's
In the legislature. done. haa on several occasions exceeded
; :for.taxes without advertising the fact is not intended to benefit -: For crime Is bred in the.crowded a quarter of a milUetf dollars a Come In and look It over or ice will give you a

the owner of property that Is certain and his second bill,. streets year matching: purchase-of federal akL equrpment.UM.normal and '. demonstration: your home.Andrews.

Is to fatten the pocketbooks of Florida lawyers at the expense But the ma*" who bothers with- appropriation, now being one and a
plant and tree half million dollars ThusIt
it of the newspapers. As the present legal rate is already less And is friend to the humblest"flow- will be seen that out ordinary income -

'.;..f. than that paid by,commercial advertisers It would appear the er he meets. from state sources Is 'mortgaged" Store
;r 'Sumter his! official position to obtain a special Is likely Exchange.ReDUtrtoUag a friend.' to man to be.- 000. save- for possibly V fl, so-

T; privilege for attorneys slane5'Ais'lpJIC? will remind newspa- ----o--- "But there Is yet another factor.
; c Under the law. the,road ,
f-'pers' introduced bya lawyer in f.w .. Florida raew'" '
of one, a session ,ri: years must take in charge: .work
;*'"ago>to compel newspapers furnish 'affidavits, of publication (Gainesville Evening News.) and support of all aMe-bodled male .... .
About the best for "
possible plan convicts. This class vt labor bas
.1.1:, before they had been paid for their work. re-d1 trlctlDe the state to allow for not until this ,year,been ,allowed

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