Group Title: Bradford County Telegraph.
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Uniform Title: Bradford County Telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke, Fla.
Starke Fla
Publication Date: April 24, 1931
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subject: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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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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[RATION PLANNED TO StationBanditCaughL BERRY SHIPMENTS HAVE '

HEAVY YIELD STRAWBERRIES OF Filling I THE THOUSAND:NIGHT HAS BYES:A



MARK OPENING, OF BRIDGERiver O. C. Cason-of Starke, has : : I (Nathaniel Dyal.) PASSED 2,000,000 MARK 1J

reported the heaviest yield : The night has a thousand

of strawberries far this
so eyes,

l\fay'Umi season, a record that will not In Jacksonville And the day but one;
Bridge Formally Opened and Dedicatedto I
[ likely be boat for this season Yet the light of the bright Receipts of $151.212.56 to Date Passes Last SeasonVolumeWill

World War Dead of Bradford-Union Counties. anyway. He secured three world dies I Decrease for Next Week ;

crates and four-quarts from With the dying sun.
-
II were formulated and corn- Florida Truck Crops one picking over 1,000 plants, Three of Four Robbing Local Station The mind baa a thousand State Has Spent Shipments of strawberries from

beld or an even 100 quarts. The Last Week Are Held .
named at a meeting eyes. the
Starke-Lawtey platforms passed
Are Later Than Usual Million And Half In
rice Tuesday tot a celebra Usual yield per 1,000 plants Is In County Jail And the heart but one; the 2,000,000 quart mark, with

o mark the opening of the 32 quarts, many growers being .-=.-- Yet the light of a whole life Improving Prisons 269,700 quarts shipped from Starke u

'ord-Unlon Memorial Bridge Unfavorable Weather Conditions very well satisfied to secure Two die and 377,600 quarts from Lawteyfor
28 the Lake-City Pa- this quantity of fruit atone men and put roman are being When its love Is done. Farm !. Partly Supported From |.ta the week r
,te road Have Held Back Springs) Crops- held In th.;kr. Short Route spanning New Good Citrus Fruit oom-Gen. picking.Memorial charge of higbwt')*.*'robbery in Own Product and Industries night. The< week's movement of ,'

between the two counties eral Conditions) Over State. connection with the holding up and '" 647,860 quarts fell slightly under

tors expect to have this robbing A. L.. Kabr at his filling: Florida ha expended $1,489- last week'. movement when a totalof

,t steel and concrete bridgefor CommencementExercises 100 for buildings and equipmentat 702,720 quart were shipped
Orlando, Fla., April 17.-Florida station Just south I of Starke 'on
a formal opening :May ,spring truck crop are considerably; DayExercises April 14th Sheriff Epperson wentto the state farm at Raiford which from! the two points.. A* comparedwith
dedicated to the can be compared to a miniature last week' of
and It will be average price
later this year due to unfavorable Jacksonville Wednesday afternoon
War dead of Bradford and weather conditions but Improved and brought the trio back, Will city with 2,657 citizen, each occupied 27 l-3o per quart, this week's average
in a manner which will derive to 18 cent
counties somewhat during the latter part of At t following their arrest In that city dropped prices
the most for the Individualand to v >v
from $4.00
good ranging slightly over
plan was Initiated by the last month and the early part of and confession of ,being the ones b
the state. Of this number, 1- $7.00 received by association
's Club of Lake Butler and this''' month. The abundant moisture sought in connection with the rob- Begin Sunday grow-
in 542 are prisoners at the state farm ers. According to Mr. Grtffl the
vement! hair been Joined has been beneficial to citrus
Crosby SundayThe bery.With and 1,085 are convicts In the state association's manager, the growers '
lc organizations of both coun- fruit and prospects for the. coming Sheriff Epperson Mr. Kahr l
road camps. Thirty are distributed netted 20o a quart.for fruit shipped
In-
Plans for the day Include are favorable.The went to Jacksonville
crop Monday and The annual commencement
exercises -
at the Florida State hospitaland during th .week. ;
prominent officials of the orange bloom has been Identified the I two men, pointingout of the Bradford High
County
other state institutions.The Reports of cold weather Wednes-
W. T. Weeks U. D.
Including Governor Doyle Eon over most of the producingarea. Chapter Walter
heavy Zornow the holding
as one School will begin Sunday evening,
of and the
different
departments day Thursday slowing up
Chairman Robert W. bloom slower C., will conduct Memorial Day services '
was
Grapefruit : a pistol against him while hiscompastunPau1
April 26th with the baccalaureate
the prison Including the dairy, Louisiana movement could not be
afternoon at three
of the state road depart- in on Sunday Lauver I
ey developing especially \; searched
sermon. Rev. G. P. Raymond will
poultry and factory activities utilize confirmed, although frost was pre-
W. A. Shanda, membere from which the fruit had o'clock at Crosby cemetery. The for""
Hon. groves him money, being frightened deliver
the sermon and will be assisted the energy of the prisoners into dicted for this section Thursday p''
highway commission from not been picked. It la still more chapter suitable historian has arranged a away however, before, completingtheir In the exercises by the other constructive co-operation and morning. It I 11 likely that Louisiana
and the- music
district Mrs. Ruth Bryan uneven than on the oranges but program search A daacriptlon of thepair ministers of the town. '
work. will have a setback of a few
will be under the direction of Miss
member of from well for state with their amen
congress as a _
averages fairly ; companionsand On Monday evening, April 27th The Florida state farm dairy is days from the cold. Prices Thurs
Ethel Griffin chairman of music
ourth Congressional District, whole. who, attends the car M. which they were the Senior play, "Engaged byWednesday" located at Ellerbee, a flag stationon day morning: on the yard showed ,
Congressman R. A: Green of Truck crops are mostly late and Everyone the service traveling was broadcast over the will be given. This the Atlantic Coast line railroad. an improvement

econd District growing conditions rather unfav is requested to bring flowers, radio from Gainesville, shortly after play supports a cast of twenty- The land assigned to the dairy With this week' movement +

e guest list will also include orable. Harvesting of cabbage Is tied In bunches soldiers', which will .be. the robbery*tfut It U thought five character, and bids fair to be comprises about 460 acres, 200 of showing a decrease from last week

senators and representatives practically completed. There was placed on the graves. I they succeeded fa getting out of one of the best ever put on by the which are under Intensive cultivation It Is expected that a further reduction

the counties of Flagler, Put- considerable replanting of beans The program follows: the state. '''wOnrtheir d| Senior class. another 200 are devoted to will be shown next week, the i.
Bradford Union and and cucumbers. Yields on beans Song, America-Choir and auc Prof. M. H. Carter of the University '
Clay, lence. return to Jacksonville rough pasturage and the remain- movement probably dropping to al'

ibla counties as well as coun- are generally light. Early cucumbers Prayer-Rev. G. P they held up orange buyers on the ,of Florida, will deliver the Ing 60 acres to Improved pasturage leas than a half million quart. '

lals: and mayors of the cities are showing poor yields but A. M. Raymond.Mrs. president ot Fernandina road last Thursday and commencement address to the provides ample forage for the With the coming in of the new' ,

town through which state,,conditions are more favorable for the local U. D.Darby C. will robbed the pair of $23. From descriptions largest graduating class In the blooded and graded Jersey stock. I crop, the movement will again pickup

28 runs. Hon. Hal Y. Malnes the later plantings. Hastings potatoes chapter, furnished by victims of history of Bradford High. There Tho excess milk and cream, over after a week or ten days to Its

,ke Butler, will preside. I are somewhat later than make a short talk. both robberies, Duval county officers are thirty candidates for diplomas, what Is used at the farm finds a present volume or even higher.
Solo-to be selected Mr. Job
sent plans Include an old I usual but prospects are favorable Powell. located the two men and one and these students are representative ready and profitable market at Buyers expect the prices to range ;

oned basket picnic and fisht i for a good yield. Watermelons are woman and their arrest followed of all parts of the county.All Jacksonville, where shipments are. arqund 20 cents a quart during the ,
"The Blue and the
a spot near the bridge. Comes late In all sections of the state Reading Mrs.- L. G. Powell. .. Sunday The fourth member of these exercises will start made every day. ; reduction in volume of fruit. ;
-
In charge of the arrange- There has been considerable replanting Gray" the party has not been located, the promptly at eight o'clock In the The farm's shoe factory not only Operators of the cold packing
selected choir
s will see that ample provisos and many of,'Ii.r. ,.,the stands members.Quartette, by three under arrest refusing to divulge evenings at high school auditor manufactures and repairs shoes for plant are on the ground ready to !

made to take care of the !are poor. her name 'or whereabouts. ium. The admission to the play will the Inmates, does harness repairs buy fruit a* soon as market conditions G

ids! who are expected to at- r. ----. Benediction. Tuesday's Jacksonville Tlmea.Un. bo twenty-five and fifty cents. This and saddle work, but it fill orders force prices down to where

From the date the move- COURT SAYS SEAT Taps. ? ion carried the following, concern money will be used to defray expense sent by the state road departmentfor It is not profitable to ship. Present

was started to provide a 1. TAX ,PRIVILEGE LEVY After tap have sounded", the ing the- trio:" .' f *" *,.and any amount<<-tt over shoes, 'and also large orders prices are expected to stand '
? graves of Includ
t cut" from Lake'City to Fai fifty-six soldier, A Jacksonville woman and two will go to the library and athletic mad by the Industrial School for for at least another two weeks.
i Confederate Federal -
i, Interest In state road 28, asS Justice Davis Assert U. S. Decision tog American and World, War, Spanish will be men companions arrested Sundayby funds. boys and girls, the state hospital. The weeks movement:

officially designated later by Makes ChangesNecessary decorated with flowers, and' City Detectives A. A. Wethlng- A cordial Invitation is extended at Chattahoochee and the farm colony II Starke, qts. .._________ 200,760

legislature in providing for its flags, I ton and R.. L. Wood and County to all the friends and patrons of I at Gainesville. Lawtey, qts. _ ____... 377,600
laurel wreaths.
ruction, has never died and it i I Road Patrolman Arthur Morgan, the school to be present on each of Approximately 400 prisoners are

ad active supporters through- : Florida's motor vehicle law must WREATHS WILL BE MADE on charges of highway robbery, these occasions. employed in the shirt factory while Total: qts. ____________ 647,360

the district In seeing that It be rewritten. yesterday admitted staging a hold 130 work in the underwear factory.The Previously reported __1,371,430

rushed through to completion i A decision of the United States SATVRDAYAFl'ERNOON, up on the Fernandina road Thurs FREE TRIPS TO 4.11 tag plant at the prison Is

Iginally planned-from Laketo 'supreme' court, handed down last Members of-the local U. D. C' day and the robbery of a filling CLUB CONGRESS an Interesting and productive In- Total to date, qts. ..___.2,018,709
Bunnell This interest Is dustrial unit. It began operationsIn -
:week invalidating Tennessee's mo- to meet tomorrow station at Starke two days before
ted to swell the crowds Joln- 'tor vehicle statute, also renders chapter are requested Detective Inspector E. L. Acosta the manufacturing of the 1927, Receipt for week .___$U6. 2..80Previou.ly
afternoon (Saturday), at A free trip to the Tenth National
of 1 auto license and made 859-
__
celebrating the completion :unconstitutional Florida's bus law stated last night. tags reported 334,717.76Total
three-thirty o'clock,,at the home of Boy and Girls 4-H, Club Congress,
emorial 300 last For in
during use ;
Bridge. vital section. The men, Walter Zornow, 21. of year. .
in at least one
push the celebration plans r This was the opinion expressed Mrs. A. M. Darby, to make wreathsfor Hoboken N. J., and Paul Lauver, which Includes a week's visit to 1020 the plant manufactured 400- to date ...._-_$431,242.09: {
Memorial Day.; places of interest in Chicago, is
following committees were aped ,by Justice Fred H. Davis of the ?:T, of Uhrlckville Ohio readily admitted 800 license plates. During the Last Seaaon' Movement y
members are requested the treat in store for the stat win-
at Tuesdays meeting: court, and who had been Chapter the Fernandina road holdupbut years. of 1927.1928, the plant earn For the week ending April 23rd'
:supreme to meet at the Methodist church club member of Flor
nee: H. C. Wall, J. M..Mitch- Interested in the Tennessee case because would not confess) to the Starke ning canning ed $02,614.00 and this sum was last year, the total movement wa

J. Epperson, Starke; Jesse he bad Sunday afternoon at two-thirty, robbery until confronted ,with a ida selected to compete for national credited to the state Industrial reported at 2,001,388 quarts, and
as attorney general
'l' and from there proceed to Crosby; honors in -special National 4-H fund and out of it the liabilities of
neon, K. G. Duncan and O. learned that Its ,outcome might confession, from R-oby"G'eeDfleld. prices for the week on the platform -
!fls Lake cemetery where the exercises will Canning Club Scholarship contest, the plant and other industrial to 12 cent the
Butler. have bearing on Florida's law, elm Jacksonville woman\,who is Yatd to tag ran from 10
: be held at three o'clock. It I announced the National
by units of the state were paid. The movement for the weekending b4
cora.Uons and Program: Mrs. liar in many respects.Florida's _. have been with them at the time. I quart.
Committee and Girl Club.
on Boys
Another IS also was with Reports from prison official indicate April 23rd last year totaled f
McDowell, Mrs.' K. O. Dun- I law. imposes a tax on ADMITS BREAKDOWN girl,
Mrs J. E. Mamas, of Lake .the seating capacity of passenger TAXATION MACHINERY them at the Lime of the holdups but Work. that a marked Improve- 64,832 quart., with receipts of 18,-
Each stats winner will be required -
r Woman's Club; Mrs. buses, which the United States supreme the three under arrest refused to ment has been shown during the 683.20, as compared with 647.30Q !
Davie tell where she was or to give her. to exhibit eight prize winning last two years in the morale of the quarts and receipts of $116,924.80( F''
and
two members of court defines as a privilegetax. Frank Drew, state tax equalizer' jars at the 4-H Club Congressin
tarke Woman's Club.mortal The court held that buses doing Friday submitted to Gov. Doyle, name. 1 and the exhibit and prisoners, cleanliness of camps, for the same week this year. Sea. ,,
: Capt. A. J. Thomas business be arrested Chicago and In the quality of food served son' receipt to April 23rd last
an interstate may E. Carlton a report in which he Zornow and the girl were records of such winners will be "
nder of the Jonea-Langford- I taxed by the several states only on declared there is "almost a total in a downtown rooming house to determine three national the men. Several official recommend year totaled $422,08000, compared !

e Post American Legion for a mileage basis, .and then only breakdown in the tax law admlnia and Lauver at a sandwich shop judged however that the dischargefee I with $491,242.09 for this season to
winner. scholarship
A
$300.00 college
'ford county, and Vice-Com- :where the anticipated revenues are tratlon" in Florida. where he was working. A. L. Kahr,: will be awarded the national of $10 be raised, for-this sum date. Last year the strawberry r'i

P er R. F Rivers of Union directed by statute to be used sole The report said "we have alto proprietor of the grocery store and is inadequate for a man to buy movement practically over by this r
winner. Two other national winner
ty.taUon ,ly for highway purposes. gether tax law enough, too little filling station at Starke, yesterday will be awarded a 15-jewel himself clothes and to live on until date, while both buyers and grower 4.

and Publicity: Mrs. E. The decision resulted from .an of It* enforcement, and too much identified the men as the same who !he can procure employment. The are expecting two to three
I wrist watch and medal
I gold a gold
state W. H. Cox
cell prison physician of
of Lake Butler Wom- appeal taken by the carriers from politics in that little." held him up. The robbery on the week more profitable shipment
In the order of their rank. advocates
Club a change In the mode- this Is considered
and Mrs. W. O. Halle of :the Tennessee supreme court by The tax equalizer charged "un :Fernandina road was staged when In the state contest, the near conductIn before Mason ,
for
P e punishment disorderly
Woman's Club.' ,the Interstate Transit, Inc., a pas- necessary revenue" was raised In : Lauver and Zornow held up R. E. state winner will receive a scholarship closed.

Feshments: A. J. Grtffi. Roy senger bus line doing business In order to give the state a "bank .King and W. R. Jefttety of Raleigh to the 4-H Club week or junior prison for he consider solitary '
"ta. confinement injurious to health. DIRECT: LINK OPEN
C: j. Powell starke; 'L. :Tennessee and Ohio. above ,who were enroute to DeLand to buy '
able surplus expenses.
short held at the
course usually
vera. The state chaplain C. M. Stout, RAIFORD TO LAKE CITYLake :
and W
S. Brannen of i Walter S. McLIn, motor vehicle oranges. After taking their money state agricultural college.
Butler. urge the segregation of Incorrigibles -
commissioner, said that the decis- DECREASE IN FERTILIZER and'a gun they are t said to have The Florida state canning club
that It was disabled-.the' eagiaenldthe'truck from therweltbehsved prton *- City Apr; 20.-A consider-
ion was so far reaching member who won a trip to the .
FORD'S GAS 'CON SUMP- very likely' Florida's law taxingpassenger The monthly report Issued by .o they could DOe-be.followed. National 4-H Club Congress at r able outlay of capital barn been

TION buses might have to be the inspection bureau, department Sheriff Epperson of Starke said Chicago last year and competed In mad In the Lake City section during p
would be Issued for ail NOTICE the past few, months by the)
Bradford
warrants
It I planned credits
_. entirely rewritten. of agriculture the final of this contest 'was Miss t'

ttord county UIIed 63.1J2 gal1 ,he said to have the law amendedat county.wlth the use of 208 ton of three in connection with the rob Ruth Durrenberger of Orlando Orange Everyone cordially invited to at- Southern, Bell Telephone Company

lUol1ne during the month the present .....on.- fertilizer during' March, as against bery at Starke and that he would county. tend a box supper to b*> given Sat- A few days ago direct communication ;r
rch, aa that :Feb them thera.tt>* trial within was opened between tile exchange -.
compared with 44.282 Mr. McLJne Intimated a new 468 tons consumed during remove urday night April 28th at Samp-

III du1nc: February accord- motor vehicle law was already beIng ruary. For the state a total of 48,- the next few days. The girl prob- BUSINESS MEN MEET: ion City. Th proceed will go for here and the *.tate"prl8oD.
the that would fill' used compared with ably win be held only as a material farm at RaIford., This necessitated:
report Issued by the In- drawn up; one 302 ton were the benefit of the church. s
P bureau, department of ag- all the loopholes which the supreme 49,520! ton during February, the witness, he said.MASONIC. The eml-monthly luncheon of *) the building of a new )JjJe from.

The total used by the court has pointed out by Its decision report not Including sale of less the Business .Irf...'*' Club at the SPRING TERM CIRCUIT COURT Lake' Butler to Ralford.In '

Ewed aG'Increase the re- In the Tennessee case,'and that than one ton. Escambia county reported PICNIC Magnolia Cafe last Monday was addition Lake City ha* been "

Ibowtnc 22.2'l7.us gallon> for this amended law' will be offered to the largest consumption, 3- well attended. Mr. E. H. McClure Spring: term of circuit court for headquarter for the past few ?

sod before Glade and Monroe reporting Th Bradford county will open the first month of two large construction /
'n.28I11 for the legislature Immediately, 260 tons. of Cincinnati wa a visitor.
Dade county gallons led the a similar test case can be brought no sale The lodges of Free and Accepted .itrawberry' situation came In for ):"'* day la May. Grand and petit rang who have jut completed Installing I',,
aunUea Mason at Baldwin Callshan, Law- jurymen have been drawn for the a new two wire toll line between -
with M10JM8 In this state.' discussion and the aaaciatlon'vet-
nl.CS
- Gulf ..... FIRST STRING BEANS ey. Stark. Hampton Waldo, San- mat- term and are being summoned to TaUahaae and Tampa. Th. ;t
report ct: th.am.513.844 ed to get behind the cold pack
Glen St. Mary and Ma cl n- line from the state capital to
erson
t USed, ,. HUGE: RASPBERRY; BUSH ,, ter and'push It. Mayor' Wall was appear for duty. comes
gallonsIN
ar to participate to an all day lAke thrace south to Oalnesvlll -'
The first string bean of the season ny requested to get In touch with other City,

EN R. F. Clark ha something of a or at least the first presented picnic at Ktagaley Lake Thursday, parties beside the two already Birth and acres down the state to i
DDJTS'POBSYTII 2&. The iovUaUoerl extend"ed Mr.. and Mr. Brooksey Moseley,
editor this season, May Tampa.
of a raspberry the
FAST curiosity in the shape to Telegraph expected: : and endeavor to get them
BOUT to the Eastern Star"Chapters btthes Highland, daughter April 18th. .
loaded. in this week by Rev. "
bush in his yard, now were brought her to help take care of the straw-'
with golden fruit. Set In .amongsome W. F. Jones, pastor of the Starke :.respective places. berry crop when the market Mr. and Mr*. Ruaell McRa, WEATHER RETORT
e. and Eastern Star mem Starke son, April 20th.
Apr IE "Ki4" rose bushes, Mr. Clark allowed Methodist church. Rev. Jones Mason slump -

clever his Valdosta boxer, space for what he considered stated he only had a small patch' ben with their families and friendsare Stuart Federal. government Compiled by Starke branch, U. ,
third WIn In the local bush his first bean last to assemble at the lake about ORGANIZE STANDARD 4-H
any well bred raspberry and picked 8. Forestry Department
Whey leased Douglas Field her and Improving -
he ten o'clock a. m.
defeated Vueo would but following a Monday. They are ahead of many CLUBS
of Starke. III ten rounds occupy the bush is not just Seals in this section, many of them Some of the leading state offt- site for airport. Week ending, April 22., 1931.
tlChtlnl'. The growing spree and Mr. Jones ials in Masonry will M Invited to Chlpley Fla.,- Five Standard- Leesburg Shoe Box, Inc. opened
bout in bloom
tau went allowed, now overshadowing just coming ,
tela rounds to taking space of fresh speak in the forenoon; after this a H Club were recently ,chartered for business In WUeyCoulsoo Date Max. Mia. Prctp
bidding
a Judge's de- the rose bushes and will have his own supply 19 75 IM fA
section of 'while the rest of the town basket dinner will be spread. In Washington county and most of building. Apr. ,
that beans .
combined fair to take while Musio and bathing will be enjoyed the member have already outlined Jacksonville -- White way sy Apr. 17 78 59 w: j
PMd7 foot i New' shoots eight to ten will have to be content bursa M +
the'U'd. 80 -
and will tem turned oa at intersection of Apr. 18 ,
p
tthtt clever, In the afternoon rapper and started their project, County f
8d the sag .tactics,' feet long are putting out from the with"Mtor-bougbt7. ones.Direct I be spread In the evening for those Agent Gus York reports. Mary street and on Bt John river Apr. 19 .80. 59 ,- wtip

dew the main bush and other' plants) are Apr.,, 20 84 ,68 -
Hem air mall and passenger unable to attend earUer in the day. i. i iTarpod bridge.
he Ie 0I1e of the putting up from the ground. While between Jacksonville and W. N.' Coleman of Baldwin, I* ,Spring New York Palm Beach-Building: permit Apr. 21 82 08 ---i

baa elnereat box- it Is only one bush it I* supplying service recently by i chairman of the committee oo arrangement Restaurant opened for business at issued since January 1st,, In this Apr. 23 79 83 -
PP Inaugurated
ared In .the local fruit.the Clark: family with plenty of j New Eastern York Air Transport Company. *. I I 530 Athens atnet.t city: total $87430. Total rainfall for week .08 In. t



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IlRADlI"ORD" COUNTY T.I1LEGRAl"II., STAZPEAEWA r FRIDAY
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!' under a bill introduced In the sen- of places of amusement In Florida, free schools and three cent to the house amendment to the inheritance one he Iponsored last
ate by Senator J. W. Turner Ced- the provisions of the tucaoure applying state road department. tax bill diverting all revenue lag the creation ot a ""* '

B ar Key. The present law does not It was stated to theatrical brought in by the measure to the operator licensing lI1otor'
News
: I Legislative provide open days In midsummer. performances, all types of motion Freeing of toll bridges In the common school fund of the state. Florida. TodaY's bill wow
I
: picture shows boxing matches state was brought up for the first The vote after more than half an for the revocation of licence
A bill providing for Inspection of games of endurance and sklU time In the 1931 Florida legislature hour of debate was 27 to 9 In favor the conviction or ple

The house of representatives state for non payment of taxes. school buses used to transport children where admission chargeS are made Monday and resulted In a brief of concurrence. The senate ali or the forfeiture of bonisy\
(
f'3 3 approved the request of Represen- The committee to which the bill to and from public schools "and any and all performances and verbal skirmish on the floor of the so accepted two corrective amend- operator on charges of open,i
tatlva J. Tom Watson IIuIaborf was referred amended the bill with throughout the state and requiring games and contests of every kind house. The matter came up in the ments attached to the senate bill motor' vehicle while under ;'!
1 f r ough, for appointment of a com Senator Hodges' consent, to Include maintenance of the vehicles to keep and description held for amuse- introduction of the first house me- by the bouse of representatives on fluence of IntoxIcao a I

mltteo of nine to investigate automobile veterans and unmarried widows of them in safe condition, was sponsored ment purposes. Performances by, morial of the session which would motion of Senator A. H. Wagg of homicide; culpable negUg
purchases by the comptrol- veterans of all wars. A favorable In the senate by Senator T. religious fraternal or social organizations -: ask the congress of the United Palm Beach. lag out ot the operation
ofa
t ler's office, the state treasurer's office report accompanied the bin as at O. Futch, Leesburg. The measure would be freed from the. States to pass the necessary legislation vehicle; leaving the aca! *''
j' r and the motor vehicle commla came from committee, and the would require that such buses be: levy, the bill provides.! Creation of authorizing the investigation The bill by Senator J. J. Parrtsh automobile accident Without

eloner's office. Watson said from measure Is now up for passage., kept in first class mechanical con a fund to be known aa the state aid of toll bridges on federal high- Titusville, providing that a news- tog Identity known;

'r the floor he had been criticized InlIeWs dition with adequate brakes and common school fund is provided by ways throughout the country looking paper must be published for two motor vehicle without being open
t stories for falling to give A "Sunday Blue Law" bill was tires, whether the vehicles be own- the bill money' taken in by the license -, toward the'making of such years before becoming a mediumfor ed to do 110, and recklcM

sources of his Information, regardIng Introduced by Representative Isom ed privately or by the counties. I tax over and above expensesto bridges toll free. It was Introduced the publication of legal advertisements of a motor vehicle. The

1 the alleged illegal purchases, Beasley Hernando county. The bill Boards of public instruction wouldbe I go into the fund. Of the total, by Representatives Henry S. was passed by a vote of would also provide for the

{ during an attack on what he term- would prohibit "worldly employ- charged with the duty of providing 1 two-thirds would be distributed to McKenzie and T. C. Douglass, of 27 to 7. As approved the bill car- lion of driving licenses,, spa'
ed gross disregard of state laws by ment of business, ordinary or ser- a mechanic to make a week- the several county' boards of publics Putnam county. ried an amendment under which failure of the holder of the
:, state officers. vile, either upon land or water" y' Inspection-of the vehicles.: Cer- instruction "to be disbursed its terms do not apply to newspapers to satisfy a Judgment In T

1 and shooting, fishing, sporting, tificates of such inspection wouldbe solely for the support and mainten- The senate of the Florida legislature now being published. The bill $100 as the result of the oiS

Tallahassee-Protests of mem- untlng, racing, plays, dancing, carried by the bus drivers. ance of public schools," the apportionment reconvening Monday afternoon was approved by the Florida Press maintenance, use or operatlm

bers of the Methodist church, athletic games or sports. Activities to the counties being on voted approval of submission Association. motor vehicle. A license ,
south, against the 90-day divorce of charity and religion would Settfng up twelve causes for a basis of aggregate attendance of a constitutional amendment to I be renewed after such a sumL

bill or against racing legislationwere be excepted. Also excepted wouldbe which divorces may be granted in upon schools,'tmd the other one- the voters proposing an income tax Senator Pat Whltaker sponsored until an indemnity bond, ml

read into house of representative the operation of public utilities, Florida, Represenatlvea O. O. Lea third would be apportioned to the in Florida. The vote on the senate the bill to permit service by women between $5,000 and $looooh

records Thursday. A telegram licensed public vehicles, public and A. B. Rowe of Manatee intro- county boards under the supervision joint resolution, cast after an as grand and petit jurors In the according to the specific reaq
signed by Smith Ilardln of Miami, !baths and bathing, garages and fill duced a bill In the house to amend of the state board of educationby hour of debate was 27 to 11. The I state. the suspension, Is filed Willi
r sought defeat of two such bills. ing stations, newspapers, and ice, the state divorce laws. "No divorce procedure determined by that senate also adopted a Joint resolu- motor vehicle commissioner

Three bills providing for legalizing .milk and drug concerns. Cities and shall be granted unless one" of. the organization as to be the most suitable tion proposing constitutional. The new gasoline tax distribu- e-_L.
part-mutels and wagering systems I towns would be authorized to adopt twelve causes shall be given as the for the support and maintenance amendment to provide a seventh tion bill Introduced by Sen. Sam- New Smyrna Plans dlac*

were introduced in the house shortly ordinances regulating the opening reason for the annullraent proceed. in each county of the state justice of, the Florida supreme uel W. Getzen, Bushnell, would give for reopening local bank.
after the telegram was read. of bathing places, garages and lags, according to the bill. The 12 of the public;tree schools for a court by a vote of 28 to 10. Both 2 cents of a 6-cents tax to the state Key West Local part of B

tilling stations, and Sunday athletics causes were listed as: That parties ,minimum term of 180 days. proposed amendments, if approved road department and 4 cents to the ies ernment survey of Florida R
the of with the provision that no .are within the'degrees prohibitedby I be schools completed.
A bill to force teaching by t the house, would placed on
admission shall be made for : law that the defendenat is nat :
elate tax laws to Florida high charge ; Representative Harvey E. Page the ballot In the next general election -
killed in amusements of any sort. A maxi- urally impotent; that the defend Sen.. W. T. Ocala introduced
school children was a legislative of Escambla Introduced a measure for approval or rejection by Gary -
committee. A house committee mum $300 fine or a maximum sentence ant has been guilty of adultery; extreme .which would prohibit the employIng the people of the state. a bill to make desertion of
of a year in Jail would be the cruelty by the defendant to a.
reported unfavorably wife and children
on education of any person under the age or withholding
on the measure intro- penalties for violation. The bill the complainant; habitual indul- of 14 years in public eating places, Another bill by Senator Getzen, support a felony, punishable by fine
duced by Rep. Watson, Hillsbor- was referred to the committee on gence by the defendant In violent bakeries and laundries and would defeated by a tie vote Friday and of not more than 91,000 or by not

ough. which also would have re- uniform laws.Establishment. and ungovernable temper: habitual limit the hours of persons over 18 left on the calendar on a motionfor more than one year imprisonment

quired the teaching of the ltateeonatttution. intemperance of the defendant; I years of age.' consideration went down to fin- or both. Release from custody on
The committee re- and operation of wilful obstinate and continued desertion I al defeat when the senate beat the posting of suitable bond for support -
{, G ported favorably on a bill to abolish a plant for the production of anti- of complainant by defend- I A bill defining chain stores and motion for reconsideration by a of the wife or children Is also J3tltC'tO'

rural school inspectors. hog cholera serum and virus by the ant; has obtained divorce from Imposing a tax on such stories, hit rising vote. The bill proposed to rovlded in the measure.
board of commissioners of state In state
complainant any or coun- the floor in the senate Monday and reduce to zero, the present mini -
Limitation of activities of state institutions would be authorized try; that either party has husbandor wes sent to the committee on Judiciary mum of two years as the penaltyfor Senator A. :M. Taylor St. Augustine -
under a measure Introduced in the wife at the time of themarrls.ge
banks, bankers and bank examiners living A for consideration. The stealing horses or catUe. may seek recognition for sug-
house by Representatives W. W. to be annulled
was sought in a group of 8 sought ; measure was introduced by Sena- gesting to the Florida legislaturethe
;
1 bills Introduced in the Florida legislature Wester and Chester N Home of habitual use by defendant of narcotic tor G. Frank Andrews, Greenville. I Punch boards and slot and vending most unusual method of rais-

by Representative Dan Jackson county.Representative. drugs; conviction of defend- Annual licenses* would be fixed as machines would be declared ing revenues. He jokingly proposedin
x'' Chappell Dade county. One of the ant of a felony unless party seekIng follows: On each store In a chain 'gambling devices under a measure the senate, during a debate on a
Sol D Moon, of divorce has condoned crime or
i 3 bills provided that all stockholders where there are more than one and introduced by Represenatlve Leon resolution calling for a state in-
In concerns owning bank stock be Citrus, Introduced a measure which disgrace In some way; and non- not more than five stores $25; five Prlne of Polk county. Under the come tax, that the legislature "puta
would set the compensation oftate's support of wife or wife and chil
held as partners in the stockholding stores to 10 stores, $30;, and on provisions of the measure, penalty head tax on republicans, with a
company. Other bills would attorneys upon a sliding dren. each store where there are more for conviction of violation wouldbe double tax on Hoover-Democrats.
establish as criminal acts the makIng scale depending upon the population than 10, $75.Senator Imprisonment of not less than j
of judicial circuits. According Circuit court judges would be
of loans or gifts Jo bank exam- one year or more than five years, Dan Chappell, representative
to the provisions of the bill, attorneys retired half for the
.p iners by bank officers or employes; on pay remainder F. P. Parker, Mayo, introduced or a fine of not less than $250 and from Dade county, Introduced a bill
for circuits: with less than of their lives their *
for bankers or employes to receive upon a bill proposing a new dia- not more than $3,000. which would set up the provisions ,
z compensation for making loans; 0,000 population, would receive caching the age of 09 years after Tibution'of the state gasoline tax. for the suspension of motor vehicle ",

5 for a state bank to contribute to 2400. J8 years of service. Representative Under his plan three cents of the The senate of the Florida'legislature operators in Florida. lIe explainedit

', political campaigns; and for a bank R. L. Black, of Alachua, proposed six cent tax would go to the public Tuesday concurred in the to be a companion measure to
examiner to perform any other The bill by Senator E M. Johns! 111 a measure" thrown in the house

than duties of examination for Starke, to provide for service of hopper. .
banks. Another of the bills would process in civil: suits against nonresident -i -

ail regulate the purchase of property motor vehicle owners or The levying of a five mill tax for ill pea v. :
directors the banks while )perators who become involved in the maintenance of public free
from by :
$y another would require state banks, accidents In the state, 'was passed schools of the state, introduced by ;'

to publish statements as to hypo- )y unanimous vote. Senator Johns tepresenative R. K. Jdllott, of La- 161.4t.' ,"-'I,
assets and xplalned that the bill was designed -, fayatte, was one of several educational q .ter4L .
thetlcated or mortgaged I ,
regulate the giving of security-for to, permit service against the measures presented for I . ..."l.i: '}
ut-of-state motorists in civil suits i house consideration. .
deposits "
a by making the secretary of state "
( Rumors of an attempt to finance agent to make the services. He Adoption of two measures, both a _

a lobby against bills to reduce legal declared that when automobile accidents relative to the levying of inheritance W1n

advertising revenue for newspapers occurred, non-residents had taxes, featured the three
h official to be served before they left the hour> and' a half session of the
were given cognizance.
Speaker Lewis referred to the lob- boundaries of Florida or service house of representatives Monday.An n .o".e

by committee a complaint of Henry was Impossible. I adoption of an amendment to

-,, H. Hudson, president of the Florida the senate bill putting Into effect
r'' Press; Association, that he and A specific limit of 10 mills for a: the provisions of the constitutional r

J other publishers were solicited bya evy of state taxes against real es-i amendment approved by the voters -
man giving the name of d. E. ate would be set up in a constitutional -i In the last general election for

'443; Oraw, who asked for money to amendment proposed In a I the levying of an inheritance ,tax,
fight passage of the bills. Senator oint resolution offered in the brought a lengthy fight on the
R. R. floor of the house. The amendment
Getzen, Bushnell, introduced two louse by representatives I i
bills of this nature in the senate Brown and C. P. Goff of Suwannee offered by, Representative Peter e M'rNr

last week. Similar measures were county. Under the constitution I 'omasello. Jr., of Okeechobee and ,
introduced in the house by Representative -, the governor and comptroller fix 1. finally adopted by a small majorty fib }
he rate of taxation for state purposes provides that the proceeds of !', .
Bledsoe HUlaborough. .,.., ,
and the present letup is 14 the tax over and above expenses if' 'HI" '.

Abolishment of the office of 1-4 mills The amendment pro- of, collection should go to the .
state game commissioner with the rosal calls for an Intangible tax school funds of the various countiesof 'n ;.'
'ate not to exceed five the state. .
transfer of duties to the governor'scabinet mills. ..,.
::4 was proposed in a bill byRepresentatives I't; \1io..o
'
The open season on deer would Holding the spotlight of the new :, : $61" \O-S"
1i Dann, Pinellas, .. 9 3 7 790
1' and Rowe and< Lea, :Manatee. They extend from November 20 to De- measures was one by Representative j ., J eS
similar ember 30 of each year and deer S. C. Smith of Columbia county ."r'"
y ; Introduced six bills with a ,
in regard to other state could be shot on Fridays and Sat- which would levy a 20 per cent ;\ .,. C
purpose urdays during the ,month of July, tax against the gross daily receipts oj',, e V
offices.
I, cash '!\. t }oJ-
(I'' in "$; ;..' \

;f Appropriation of $80,000 a year 9*

4 for hog cholera serum was askedIn r r 11 Saved For'Floridians *
a bill by Representatives Homeand 1 The spacious dosed carlx

q Wester, Jackson. .' I tits Eight**
Buick
of
i new
buses
by motor in 1930
4 A state inheritance tax law was : only richly upholstered
approved, 31 to 4, by the Florida .
G, senate Friday. The measure, an ( oQ f M '18: than halt a million dollars cash was saved charmingly fined but iH
,'4 enabling act for the constitutional or this state br motor bases last ;Yearl This '
? amendment voted by state voters. is the sum Floridians actually put back: Into their Insulated like floe horn
PASSENGER BUSES
last fall was sent to the houseof 118RB t U an .real opportunity to nuke year, ./ 'j fAY THE STATE than pockets those because of other motor travel.bas methods.fares are so mach lower ,against. .heat cold and **
.
representatives Immediately. It do doable duty. Twit at mach foe .
\r fa expected to come up :Monday: for 700 money b ao imall matter wlwa yoacooiider 1 .said Motor u.._.mar HMO_norida t. 01: tit.... money And that Florida Isat alt bus>> lines While paid saving 11.'.travellers cent of all their this They provide luxuries a*
the will kalaac. i per
consideration by the bouse. The auonmcot of *caa4af *
back
bill entitle Florida to collect 80 pablludoas which M attrcalalsi. laatractivc, sadajoyahl. taM gear MI oonpwod cross revenue : in taxes a* compared. to 13 MV Ion under all kind of w
.with I t cent paid by the next highest .
U tht widest variety. We have Made It eaarfor p r oral IMM 'byor taxpayers. the rail.r
x per cent of all inheritance. taxes yoa-limply Mint the clabiyoa'want- and ta4 otthli :..... .e twlol M roads. Bach! bus paid ... times as much for the bM- coadidoGll
4 paid to. the federal government Wins 1 soaps to oil office TODAY. J Inc and upkeep of ptblic hlchways M the average per
troll WW IQt. 'I'M a IMCOI' .. motor vehicle tat.
rb.r.rdt.5r.aa.. M
SPEciAL cure HO. 41 I I ', .psae. The National AatomoblU Chamber of Commerce says.
More than 400 pieces of proposedlegislaUoti ""--1ft Puss tho*vorm.. motor vohiolo. -The motor bus pay 41 per cent of the Maintenance '101. ,
lay on the desk of the R.._ rieIat. nr ALLFOR 8BTB1''( Mow baa tu.. are MftfM cost of hlsbways: it oses.Think of It ..almost laalIl
El...' I .Bt .. 41 Yet there is
5e.rw L pr. ONLY par po eoBt.tboy only one motor bus to t8J other
1 v Florida legislature Saturday; as C..I..w.. .1_ 1 ,... III, tae. .-at..e sea .elaJel., motor rn-I ifs'r' '
As..4eu r..lap 1_" 1 74e. } 'ed IIIaIt-Pil wo.Tfcro s.dap-L o.It.
took
senators and representatives
) 'J1Ie hn. ......... I _. I. What other transportation
1 can this
$ serve V'o.iyrM.A'MLb.Bf
til state
othtr
w motorVobJolos socompletely
their second week-end rest since
,
; AND THI3 NKWSPAPBRPBO ==::I l and conveniently.
to b.w as the motor
very bust No
,r-, opening of the 1931 session. The r.. tut:. other schedules '
so treq..ntr-Do
Th..uap bus far toi other fare so loir- wl;!:
amount of legislation Introducedthus SPECIAL: CLUB Ho. A-4 i *B>y Tl par _t. u nuohmm no otter service Machine to every little town and ."" /....$lN/Pl1J.. IJo
far is more than to per cent DI... rW r 7 I..".. tH pier. other traaraortaUon community as well as to each big city. AIr..1M.wrWr"L ..rrlf
.._ J'rI.... I *''** fen* BWldUuw
greater than that brought in .a a ii-O urs : Experts! : say that the motor bus
rn.ws.rd. MMkaaln 1Clnto. .,... :ALL SEVEN Is the greatest travel
similar period in the 1929 session. = t JMM FOR ONLY \ factor In the np-bnlldinc of the South. And it takes a

Banking subject have been moat c:.....s..rtrs. HMM.FMrawlr r. r sews } burden of road upkeep expense: oft the _aera. Can
largely touched upon in the 2n ( Wmrm r1w14.) '$1 .IS :' ; 4' l04 # anything: be more fair than .REGISTER MOT
bills introduced thus far in the AND. THIS NBWSPAPSR == this'.I
...
r house OB TileYesmrroR ; COMPANYStark
and the l&S of the senate.

w ,,? ,
But one bill had been passed by . . . . .. . . .. . FLORIDA Fla.
both houses up to Saturday and
ii sent to the governor for his signature
or disapproval. It extended : : ... passel.. )1Atat.e .._.. .

time for payment of 1930 taxes to PASSENGER BUS ASSOCIATION9r THEBUIC EIGHT
t June
19, 1931. Name ;

No opposition-has developed in Town ........ Q1#" '

the senate to' Senator William O. a
Hodges' bill to' provide homestead i e ... 'L J". D
rights to World War veterans.fen: ....._.......Wa.a-.:.._.MIN MyNowNNRNUU \ $.l:!" ."' !! :"\ ': 1"Flea
lands that have reverted to the R NNUN.NRRN 'B V I-'LDS:

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p, APRIL 24. 1931 IDIL.UU'Omt COTJXTY' .
'D.IIIGB..U'I1I'I'AB.J(2.: ) PLOBJDA
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serious results are anticipated Dr. operation in Panama -
City recently,
G. M. Zeigler, attending physician, this being Florida's first TRAIN SCUCUULJD:

News of Florida In Short Paragraphs stated today.to crank Wilkinson the truck was when attempting pont mill. interests It is understood cover that the paper Du- I OLDEST FORD DRIVER I Effective March-29th our schedule ,

the crank approximately changes and trains will run aa
slipped and struck him 125,000 acres in Bay, Walton, -- follows: k'
under the chin It was stated. Gulf and Franklin counties. Much No. I, southbound local due

of the holdings in Bay county are I Im Starke 11:23 p. m.
LIVE STATE NEWSTOLD Wauchula--With the strawberry located on the East Peninsular and we v No. 11 southbound local due
Starke, 11:10: a m.
when development these s
season virtually ended holdIngs -
growers in
,, No. 107 limited due Starke
,
begin It will
this
section are now turning their mean a great 10:30 a. m.
attention to other crops. The truck deal for this section. No. 101, southbound, limited due
BY OUR EXCHANGES crop season is several weeks later a Starke 11:00 p. m. ,
w' than usual and although express Ocala-R. U Lytle of Weirsdale, l 1 ", No. '2, northbound, local due

...........-,..... ...-.-.- C shipments of beans, peas, pepers, Marlon county, told the Ocala Ban- Mti Y S a.Il 4 _Y_: Starke 15:48 a. m. r, "
squash and cabbage have been ner that the orange bloom in the No. 12, northbound, local due '
i pierce Fort Pierce was and county officials ror'their aslstance leg out quite regularly go- citrus groves around Lake Weir Starke, 3.OS: p. m.
no carlot
id aa the 1932 meeting place and to cover expenses of i shipments have been made to is the heaviest be has seen during No. 108, northbound, due Starke. ,
aasocla- two used in the search. up I 5:02: p. m. '
: airplanes his 52
[ Florida IStateannual this time but the last of the month years residence In Marlon Starke Wannee ,
dosing conven- should see an increased movement county. He said that the bloomin No. 101 leaves Starke 7:00: a. m. .
Clearwater. Melbourne A Catholic church In all these commodities. CUcum- hU own grove has the appearance No. 102 arrives 2:40: p. m.
coating approximately: $10,000 is bers are just coming into bearing of a snow bank. He also .
ftona Beach An effort to to be erected on the corner of |and carlota will be moving soon stated that nothing on his place Mwi Blue Due Schedules I
,de Eastern Air Transport, Lincoln and Hickory streets this had been damaged by frost during LJ'- '. ,
airier of air mall and pas- summer, according to an announce- Zephyrhllls Three hundred the winter not even the poln et.- Southbound-9:31 a. m., 11:31: ,r ra
i Into Florida, to establish ment made by the Rev. Father and sixty-five acres, mostly land Uas. He haa ripe guavas' at the m., 4:01 p. m., 9:31 p. m., 12:14a. : I
nay shops in Daytona Beachen John F. Walsh pastor, who said that has been cleared and brokenin present time,which are about three m.
| started by the City. the contract will be awarded Wed- the last 18 months, have been weeks earlier than usual. Speak- Northbound-8:60: a. m., 1:23: p
nesday, the building to be completed planted to watermelons in this vi- ing of how well off the people of m., 4:07: p, m., l':113 p. m., 4:43: a.

_-luj With a New Zealand, about July 10. cinity and It is expected that more Marion county are as comparedwith m.Tickets
i doe In the nation-wide rab- ,than 100 carloads of melons will be other sections, Mr. Lytle mentioned and Information at ijj
held in Blrm- that he now has 17 different J. M. Crow, 89. of Ethel Mls, the eldest Ford driver In Mississippi, Smith's Service Station, next te> ,
waa from
which Clermont shipped her
of the
ow Completion during the sea- '
traversed the historic old (Natchez Traoe In a covered wagon eighty courthouse.
kinds of fruit
a. Ala., on April 2, 3, 4, Bet- second planting season for tung son. The season thus far has been, on his place. He en- sewn years ao.A .
of DeLand, have unfavorable joys some kind of citrus fruit every I I IBosh (
's i rabbitry trees finds six hundred acres, bear- for melon growers Closing ef Malls
month of the he said ratted today at 89 as the able service as a Confederate sol
*d notice that their entry ing 40,200 trees, in thrifty growth owing to the unusual amount of year
ate In American history he dler during the Civil War.When the !!
lie grand champion prize. In this section, according to an- cold and rain. Seed was planted j
nouncement of S. H. Bowman, general early but in many cases it failedto Research Division of United so picturesquely typifies, i southern cause collapsed, Crow was Train No. 107, first class mail, 1
from variouss States Department of Agriculture J.' M. Crow of Ethel. Miss., is the compelled to trudge 400 miles on 10:10: a. m. '
cy Reports, manager of Trlmbey Proper- germinate and many growers plans to establish oldest Ford driver In Mississippi foot to the old homestead at Ethel Train No. 11, parcel post 10:50: .
of Gadsden county statee ties in this section.. Of this 200 had to plant several times.SanfordInvestigation fruit and vegetable a. m. ", ,. .
research and one of the oldest In the United where he settled down to rear a I.
cucumber crop Is in aplenEndltlon acres are In one year trees, 300 laboratory in this States. family.In North \ .
and that a fine yield acres In two year and 100 acres in by a cor' state. Tampa Free Press. When as a. babe of two yean he the intervening year he has Train No. 12, parcel post, 2:4&: .
J>rospect.: The crop is expect- three year. oner's jury probing the death of Key West $80,000 telephonecable rode with his parents la one of a seen the lumbering stagecoach give p. m. '."
ready for the market early Virginia Ferris Weekly 14-year- project completed. Train No. 108, first class mall,
e train ot 80 covered wagons out of way to the fleet automobile and the 5SO
Jacksonville The second an- old high school student here early Cocoa Grapefruit canning Cobb county Georgia, into Mississippi comfortable motorbus, the soggy :Final p. m. of
closing malls 6OO
night
p nual outboard motorboat cruise under today, resulted In a verdict that established here. the old Natches Trace followed gumbo and rough corduroy roads ot p. m. I. ;
ley-Ed Anderson and Altoof the auspices or.the Florida the young girl came to her death Jasper-Mrs. Bessie Wilson pur- by the brave little band was his childhood to the wide, paved Starke and Ben Branch "
Vernon, were Indicted by State Chamber of Commerce wa- "as the result of a self-inflicted chased Twin Lake Hotel property still Infested by the swashbuckling. roads of today, and although be was Mall clones 7:00 a. m.
raablngton county grand Jury terways committee will leave Jack- wound." H. E. Weekly, father of from D. A. C. Holtxendorf. ruffians whose bloody outrages long past middle age before the Mail arrives 2:40: p. m. } \
Ipley for unlawfully setting sonville on Friday morning, April the dead girl, testifying before the New state highway between tare that era its place In this coun modern automobile became commonplace -_ J,,
fires on the West Bay fire 24, for a four-day trip, accordingto jury, recounted incidents precedingthe Melbourne and Eau Gallle openedto try's history as "the outlaw years." he 'Is as enthusiastic a I ,
>I unit on March 12 of this an announcement made today by suicidal act. He attributed his traffic One of his vivid memories Is hear- driver as youngsters who can boast Miami Beach -More than $300- 1:d '
Herbert M. Corse, chairman of the daughter's self-destruction to the Bunnell Ed. Johnson purchased tog, as a boy of six, the news. of less than one-quarter of his years. '000 building program underway In /'
committee. fact that she had been threatened from J. F. Lambert entire block General Scott's victorious assaulton Five generations of Crow's family this city. 1

Smyrna Friday, May 1, with disciplinary treatment fol- on which his Bunnell Hardware Co. the heights of Chtpultepeo which are frequently eeen together In Palmetto T. F Taylor t_
is ended the Mexican In 1847 and his Model A Ford, the second ot Its purchased
located. War
I
len set as the date for the Arcadia DeSoto county grow- lowing parental reproof for conductof former express office build f'!
Panama his proudest Is o! honor type Crow has owned and driven.
Smyrna-Coronado Beach 3rd ers have'ah1pped 22 cars,of Irish which the parents disapproved. : City S. A. Daffin memory lug at north end of Central street ,
jal May festival. The event, potatoes since digging started Wholesale Mercantile Company of and will remodel building soon. ('
Marianna Punta Oorua $1,000,000 Bar- Tallahassee -.. Contract let for
led as the most elaborate yetI about a month ago. The average Kissimmee Frog catchers are establishing branch Clermont-Mesdames F. A. Hutton t
will take place at Coronado yield has been around 200 bushelsto still "hopping to It" down In south wholesale house In this city. '' ron Collier bridge over Peace river 'erection of four-story wing to present and R. B. Thomas purchasedLake ,.

\ during the afternoon hours. the acre. Express shipments of Florida and are "cashing in." Lake City-Plans completed for at this place, to be dedicated history building at Florida Highlands Hotel and opened ,F!>
green peppers have been going out "Prices for frogs are dow based on post office building to be erected July 4th.River State College for Women. establishment for business Ii
ota-Slot machine Indusere at Intervals and It Is expected that on per frog'," according to Lewis here.LeesburgMuatO. Junction Work to start | Clowlston More than 23,000- Key West Contract let for rebuilding ;/G.'
received a vital blow as carload shipments-will be going out' Thomas, Fort Klsslmmee pioneer, store openedat soon on road from this place to 000 pounds of sugar produced and burned boulevard bridge. f
|ity council adopted a resolu- next month. Cucumbers should be who says the buyers complainedthat 106 Lee street. )I Chattahoochee. shipped from Southern Sugar COm- Sum of $600,000 allotted for Improving \t
I
Jiat steps be taken to set the ready for shipment in about two the "frogmen" were making Fort Myers Gulf 'Refining Bartow B. & B. Cash Grocery pany plant here, since January 10. intracoastal waterway t
-lational tax at $150 for each weeks If favorable weather conditions no effort to get the small frogs company building $100,000 bulk moved to Stuart building, former- Palmetto Simmons Coffee from Jacksonville to Miami. a;
|ins operated In the ,city and prevaIL along with the big ones. Appar- station on waterfront. ly occupied by Lane Furniture Co. Store opened for business In building Winter Garden Hugh T. Gregory ,.f- g
|a similar tax be placed on ently the small frogs are delicaciesand Jasper Number of improvements Palmetto Seaboard Air Line on corner of Main and Bay Post American Legion plans k ,
'
i boards. Bushnell O. W. Booth and son, the big ones are just frogs ) made to Florldan Cafe. packing house completed. streets ,to build new lodge home. 't 9

Leslie Booth, of Center Hill, have anyway times have changed 6 _,_- ----- ._ _ .... ... ",-'_ _n_..... U II _.. ers
ksonville Beginning they the honor making the first ship- Meanwhile the last big catch of the .
of April, reduced rates In- ment of cucumbers from the coun- Fort Kissimmee residents, 900
orlda will be sold at all gate- ty this season-5 hampers Mondayfor pounds of frog legs, netted the
and Southeastern cities for which they received $10 per group $165, :Mr. Thomas stated. :
I to Florida, wliu'-et'' per hamper t. o. b.'from Bevlll-Oldham -'- AUCTION SALE !

reduction of the regular round Company of that city. They have a Clearwater-When a man bites a
ares and privileges of remain- good crop of cucumbers on their 'dog it may be just news but when
Urty days In this state farm south of Center Hill, and with two horses run down an automobileIt's I t
good weather conditions expect to more than news. It's a basis
arwater-The principal-- ship several hundred hampers for a damage suit, a jury decided P
'e of Florida Elks during this within the next few weeks. here today. The jury awarded
will be relief for crippled chU- $200 to a Pinellaa county motorist
The state association, In Tampa Convict and other labor who claimed his automobile was JEWELRY
jentlon here, also adopted plans crews were at work today on roadsIn damaged to the extent of $250
edlcal treatment, hospltalizaI the county, repairing damage when struck by two horses in St. .
guidance and vocational train- caused by four and a quarter inchesof Petersburg last year. The plaintiff
land education for crippled rain Tuesday night and Wednesday wan Dr. John Garlfalos of St. Petersburg -
en morning Small bridges on who alleged that when his
lateral roads swept out by high sedan was struck by two horses
n Springs Those who waters, were quickly repaired witha owned by E. B. Casa of the same t
Judge John O. Shares, of minimum of delay to traffic, and city, the paint was ruined and he
i Cove Springs, speak at the waters that filled low places thru- had to have repairs made at a cost Having purchased from Clein & Ellman, Atlanta, Ga., a full and complete '

| park on the plans for the out the county were reported re of more than $250. "
canal from Apalachicola ceding. None of the county's main stock of High Class Jewelry store goods at about 30c on the $1.00 ,wholesale .
fort Myers are 'now very en- highways was damaged. Panama 'City The Alfred I.

Jaatio lor the project to be DuPont Interests are planning a cost, we will sell at public auction all our previous stock, including this '
fcleted. This barge canal would Blountstown -- Thirty to fifty gigantic development of an extensive -

f>uch i Springs.to lower freight rates In'on out crates from per the day strawberry have been acreage shipped reforestation 80 thousand program acres on approximately of- large stock, which we bought at such a bargain. Diamonds, Watches and 1

around this city during the last their pine land holdings in West
Jewelry of all descriptions. Silverware consisting of hollow and flat ware
Cloud-In ''the fiscal yearg week. Prices are holding at 25 Florida. This fact became general ;
April I, 1931, the city of St. cents a quart for local consumptionand ly known when the great paper a i,
also ,
Id, after discharging all admin- at IS cents) for the shipper ber' mill of the Southern Kraft Cor- cut glass and cutlery. Just a few of the many items too numerous to men- :

live and operating expenses, ries. Growers in this section are poration a subsidiary of the Inter-
36834.67 interest on bonds enthused at the success and it la national Paper Company, began tion, are as follows: Our watches are all made in America. They consist of ,

reduced the city's bonded Inednesa probably that the acreage will be ,
in the sum of 924,674.45, doubled by another season. Definite Elgins, Walthams, South Bends, Howards and Illinois-500 Ladies' WristWatches .'
'rding to the annual report of assurance of the future de OVER WORkJN.ERVf'S :'-

or Edward Parradee, Just made velopment of the Industry seems all makes, very newest designs and shapes to select from. Also '
ic.

assured. _- I large stock of men's Strap Watches. I k
auchula U T. Stephens, :Miami Three matches were
r from the Ona section, 'placed among the personal,effects ,
ght six crates 'of cucumbers buried with Tony Tommy Semi-
I and took home $78.80 In cash pole Indian, as a touch of tribal

In ttem. The cucumbers were custom Attending his funeral ,at SALE STARTS THURSDAY NIGHT APRIL 23rd 7:30
P. M.
at. auction by a local dealer. the Danla Indian reservation northof : ,
crates of the ,
of fancy broughteach here. Mrs. E. L. Lasher .a


ce brought, -and$1225.AY one. crate of, Musa means Isle for the Tony Indian matches Tommy Tillage) symbolized to here light explained his a and continues daily l until entire stock is sold, 3:30: and 7:30: p. m. '


sees driving to Ml- way to the happy hunting grounds.She .
will\ find the road the best said embers from a fire were
" From Weat Palm Beach the cast into the grave In funeral services
Dixie Highway Is open the en-. carried out strictly under

many distance small to Danla abort cutting curves) and out tribal rites. FREE DIAMOND VALUABLE FREE DIAMOND

crossings. A fine ocean Jacksonville' In connection 'work
TO ear* m -
IIP yoar
e I Ie
JIOeelble by going to West with the completion of projected every a..ie. at high tension. RING PRIZES
Beach, following the,ocean preliminaries ,for establishing' national No' wonder yew saap at the wifesad RING
to Delray Beach then a short monuments In Florida to bark at the children.Watek .

* e to the Dixie. mark historic spots Horace Albright may lead. tl to OtensotaeiiBarren Sleepleaese. **- GIVEN AWAY Given
director of the National Away GIVEN AWAY
Nervous
Nervous) Headache, r..
"" the .
"
The of
tif! *
***** Memorial Park Service Department IndicMtfam and host of
i recently been connected Interior, proposes) In a letter to other nopUaaaat disturbance*. '
4y the Grand Island highway by Senator Duncan U. Fletcher, to Why don't :y m try Dr. HltesT OPENING DAY EVERY SALE OPENING DAY' +
road which readers this link these monuments possibilities Effervesce N ervia* Tablets? ..
utJt.JI tract of land eaaily noble. with maturing plans for the rout- Just' one In a half class of
tevesto park of forty acres ing of tourist travel to and from water makes a pleasant soothingto sparfc-
the National Park, Nag drink delightfully '1k
county by Mr. the Everglades overtaxed nerves.
the FeM'all, for the benefit of which, when established, will at- Dr. IIJ*' Nervine Is now
JIeople, and to keep in per- tract thousands. of visitors every made in two forms-Liquid aDdE1ferYMOmt
remembrance the name of year. Tablet. Both haft,
Rev.
B. F. .farah. the same soothing effect. REX JEWELRY
I drug storey CO.
l Palatka Clarence'Wilkinson, $1.00 at year
h..A8earchen who constructionwork '
found employed In highway 011 MI r"ffl -.
-VUT of Thomas 11. Wants state highway No. 28 was -
on
ofl }.C2 raC" :
Pa.. were ba possession in Clendale Terrace Hospital today .Ql/Ze

relatives share of the reward offered i, suffering. from a cracked neck ver- > NERVINE STARKE FLORIDA
for its recovery The tebra aa the result of being hit un- ()ff , ,
dditIcmAlwy dIIItrlbqt here'with der the chin with a crank while at I' "

2,000 given to police: [work ,yesterday aft.4moODNo as.i.
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FOUR BRADFORD.COUNTV TELEGRAPH: STARE FLORIDA .. ._. -. .. . . IrRIDAY. ;APRIL*
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racing bills Representatives Rk'ofTOFtLOFMIY II'11 WJ'lsn4\ ONIj' C ll1fnJ- Ot iirnit7.-= lro J);3' *1111b1dIY<:.b180E1t8p1R:

; t st'WeekJD'I I Chappett'of Dade and Smith of'Columbla The following- report of the "re'cibt; and disbursement of the County fund. of Bradford 'aJt>t..'
period -en*o* . I are almost identical, ex-, tit* aet arul.UebUltlee and ,the value of County property of the said Bradford Conntv a* reported< ?,'
day of 1 SO. by the Board ''of County CommUiilo and the Clerk Circuit Court I. et'aM
'The cept for the fact that the formei'smeasure under necernbtll'l OA o1: Chapter 611act. of 1116, Law. of Florida. ERNEST AMOS si
Legislature Comptroller,6
would take the 'receipts ,
,
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out of the state treasury" and distribute a --..
them the .. ...
equally, among
,( Florida Press Association 1 I"5':! ... ,r. ::
By
WALL YOUNG SINGER : 6T Counties 'That' la a masterstroke1'bythfwayv : i
MRS. n. y
inn AND 1 .. ,
..' If., . .;
Correspondent) : because-aome I" '" i
ENTERTAIN of the!COW1tM that'have hereto- ,) "r.S .< ."" -,.,. ii ;i' . ,. A' It JI

Mr. and Mrs.-H. C. Wall enter- Y Skit' b.Rh n, Heading the report of affairs,of fore fought any and all racing bills FUNDS ,X44..- .; '-i Er .'p'f'I.x ':',":" ',' ; .a... .'. 2': ."" Y Y I
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tained members of 'their bridge the past week at Tallahassee Is the can see a generous annual fee com : '..! .", tip 1:: I' Q ;;co; C'

club Saturday evening at their first of a series of weekly statements ing to them;and,fh "money woulddo CD ... A A Si M" -

home on Cherry street. by Governor Carlton, Sena- world of good in th*.smaller ,. ., 8.i i
"
A profusion of lovely flower lItaS tor Whitaker and RepresentativesLewis counties, by way of indebtedness S 8 a' A Li 8 .l.

consisting of pink radiance roses, and Tomasello, granted exclusively retirement. However passage of "

calendulas and poppies to your correspondent of any racing bill will be made if at Oeneral -- __.....__________' 1,294.11 7080 1I,9U.89 12,891.50 7060 68.60 6350
sweet
peas ( ,* Forfeiture __ ______ 68.80 7,068.4* 58.30 51.20 12 151
were prettily arranged about the Florida Press Association. all, only after a lengthy battle and Road and Brldce _.._ .._...____ 108819 ..... 8758.06 'BT!.t71t.n.888.85 __ ..___ _6120_ i 108,4
Agricultural _ ____________ 88.110 ._ __
where the guests were 9 When interviewed after both perhaps the addition of several 1,048.18 980.00 -- "
r party rooms, Publicity _ ._..______________ 415 04 .__. 11&.49 500.00 ___- _-_'_ ;- -- -H 80,11I$
t entertained.Five house adjourned Friday Gover- amendments. Building _ _______________ 708.25_ 1.010.18 1287.77 ___ __ ___ __ ---
progressions of the game nor Carlton said "It looks like The banking bills of the week all Widow'. Pension _ .._________ 43S8S 1000 1,042.18 1811.50 10.00 10.00 Io.00 iJJS
Outstanding indebtedness ----- 480 7840 1.148.81 444.40 75.40 66.40: :
were enjoyed and scores totaled. + r av4 they're going at things in a very related to safeguarding depositsand 65 40 8C4.5I

Prizes were awarded Mrs. J. C. i business-like way. The finance and regulating the activities of Total._____ --------.. 9,014.08 214.80 29,078.04 85.060.09 114.80 180.10 180.10
Robinson and Senator E. M. Johns taxation committee got off to a state banks and their officers and I I- 8,012,01
for holding high scores. good start in their first joint meet- directors. As was the case in 1929, M r ASSET! AND LIABILITIES

The hostess served the following ing. We are holding to the same the time for payment of taxes has A very fair bill seems to be that Assets Dr Cr.

3 guests a delightful salad course: program we Introduced two years been extended, this year to June requiring licensing of all resident Balance Cash In Depository all fund ......__.__.__ 2.04203
Senator and Mrs. E. M. Johns, :Mr. ago. Public sentiment is now be- 15, in all counties where publica- motor vehicle operators, under examination Uncollected taxes _ ----------.--____________-182,468.78
and hind It. and at fee of Script certified, not presented -.-_-_._-_..__--_-_ 180.10
There $2 a
and Mrs. C. A. Knight, Mr. 1- a better general tion of the list has not been started a Liabilities

Mrs. R. F. Demorest, Judge and realization of the facts and unan- and books remain open or,could be year, whereby some $1,000,000 Warrant outstanding, Current -- ---_..-.----__.-
and Mr. and of behind would be In As Addition to county jail ----------__.____._-...--_ jJJJ
Mrs. A. Z. Adkins imity opinion the )legislature re-opened. The senate ended its produced revenue. certified not presented ._ _
Script ---- ----------- 'III[J
:Mrs. J. C. Robinson. and expressed by the legislators effort for the week with passageof for the sales tax, it bobbed up
? .- .... In their work to date. the Inheritance by a vote of again?"when the senate postponed TOale$ ___________________________-_1J5.686.89 j UII;
lg.
BUSINESS MEETING METHODIST AlLISON WAINWRIGIIT "We must recognize that tax 31 to 4. Present indications are action '''on the house resolution VALVE. OF COUNTY PROPERTY

MISSIONARY SOCIETY monies have to< come. Economizeas .that the workman's compensationbill pledging the legislature to non-con- Dr,

Four-year-old son of Mr. and much as we please, the costs of will be passed, with but few itderatlon of all sales tax legisla Court HOUR and Ground __-_._---.. __________ nOk,
Missionary Airs W. C. 902 Twen- "will not fall off amendments.. Jail Building and around* .------__, : .
r Y' The business meeting of the Wainwright, government ma tion.Close Furniture and ;Fixture, Court House and Jail__,--....----- jjpl:
Society was held In the ty-fifth avenue, Tampa, who sings terially. Mythical sources of reve- The plans of Captain Lyunch and on the heels of a house resolution -
____ ____ ___
_ ______
over MBR do not We the "Reno" divorce Total 'n tuna i
church on Monday afternoon with Tampa, every Saturday nue appear. can lighten "Committee of 1ft" for rear- against favoring : :
-
the president, Mrs. T. J. Griffin, morning at 11 o'clock in the Chil- the tax burden by economy and rangement of common school financing -: measures came the introduction -! REPORT: OF TUB BOARD OK BOND TRUSTEES CITY OF 8TARKI,

41 f presiding. Mrs. J. H.flitch led the dren's Hour Program. This young in the counties particularly' by and terms in the state are into that body of a bill where- FLORIDA MONTH OF MARCH, 131

devotional and was followed in singer also won first prize for his standard records and accounts; al- well under way to success, with by residence for 90 days in the ReceiptTAgtitu __ *. --_._.__._________-_-__..-81J2S.498erv
prayer by Mrs W. F, Jones. Mrs songs at a Tampa Theatre in a so by greater equalization of assessments money to be divided on a new state would be sufficient to start Water __ ______________....______ 8.7&
__ __ 85.56
J. W. White told the second chap- contest recently. His father, W. C. and making payments teacher-unit basis. The matter of divorce proceedings, and next camea >lceDeposrt1"r "ir IIIZni8.00

ter of the mission study book "The Wainwright Is a former residentof easier on the people by installment the extra appropriation, in order: set of 12 rigid grounds for allow- Fuel -' 56.06Retd. :

,' Turn Toward Peace." Starke, and is well known paying. Then,, penalties for non that a statewide term on eight ance of divorce in this state. .. Checks _ "Z"I"-ir-n3, __-_ 10.88

e'' The supper for the men, which throughout the county. payment must be enforced. months may be had, la expected to With bills being Introduced right Total _ -,_____.------------.-.-...._._.5136.,75.. .
Thurs- "We should never forget we can! be settled in and left for cuts In salaries of state
k was to have been given on some manner, likely H. P. Clark, Balance on salary for February -_ -jle l '
day night of this week, was postponed -' home was thrown open ensulte and not have the advantages we de- through state ad ,valorem tax .or and county oSelcers, combinations O: B.: Stansbury. Balance on salary for February==:::==- 41
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until a future date. decorated with a profusion of love- mand of government without pay- gasoline tax or either of these and eliminations of offices and employees Bank Berry of Johns Starke h&lance labor on 886.00 salary repair for February etc, plant $12.07. freight 41.1.

r ly roses, sweet peas and other flow- ing. I'm hopeful that not only the combined.with part of the present there is a lot of worrying on fuel etc.. 867.25. office ep $1.08. refund on water. 60
Ford 871.80 : __________________.__-______ 1111*
BANQUET but the peopletoo'will exp. -
JUNIOR-SENIOR legislature
ers, beautifully arranged in tall county levy. being done on the.part of county Bank of Starke not. Falrbanke-More Co. ______________ lit'
floor baskets, vases and bowls. The think solely in constructive terms. i One .eongressionah redistricting and state officers, the former fear- Starke Telephone Company, phone service ____________ .--_ I\)
evening at eight It Is to find who will bill J. F. Colley, repair _________-_____-_:._ I'''
On Friday people : favored
easy end
following the and
delightful program was .by/.committees and ap- Ing an of fee system bal sa-------------------____ .___-..____ IIi+
C. A: Fut<'h on -
Ili o'clock at the Woman's club house rendered during the afternoon: tell us how not to do it. We are parently the majority.of legislators consolidation of offices, and the latter Gulf Refining Co.. car distillate _________ III'
the Juniors gave their annual ban- Piano solo-Mrs.- E. K. Perry- looking for critics who can find so far would merely split Mrs. ow- the abolition of several state Bradford County Telegraph, publishing-..statement. ______,____ I
I Qulgley and Davis, supplies for plant -- ------ --
quet for the graduating class. man. the better way TO do it." en's fourth district. Proponents of bureaus-and right there is where : DeWltt C. Jones, supplies for plant ._-_----------------

_ The guests gathered in the library Piano solo-Miss Ethel Griffin. President Whitaker declared, other forms of> divisions will contest any excitement will center for the J.H. O C. Christopher Pub. Llab.Co., and supplies Prop.for' In.water___department__........______________ IO 11!
Wall.
of the club which was deco- Readings (a) "Where's My "The week was one of importanceand .this plan to. the end; and may next week or two. General Electric Supply Co., electrto suppllei- ---------------- 0.

rated for- the occasion with pink HatT" (b) "Nerves"-N. T. Ritch. benefit to Florida The out- succeed in producing radical R. F.. Clark salary half month. March -_-_._-_-_--_-_--_-_-_..__-,-- I le tl

4 radiance roses and sweet peas. Vocal solos: (a) "Ah! 'Tis a standing feature In the senate was changes in the present grouping of Key West *-+ Bids opened for O.Berry E] Stansbury John., salary salary half half month month March March__-____________'-- .- 4f.

At the stroke of eight the large Dream", (b) "In the Garden of To- the passage of the inheritance tax counties. This ,question,_ togetherwith construction of boulevard bridge to Returned check _ ____ -- --------_-------------

t doors leading to the banquet hall morrow"-Mrs. D. E. Knight. bill, which wa adopted in pursu- the one relative to judicial circuits replace structure destroyed by Ere Total ___________-_____________-___ -- '.W1KecapltalatlwB
were opened and each guest found Readings, (a) "Deceitful Man", ance to the constitutional amend- has been placed with special River Junction Bids opened
for construction of road from loca __ ._ .. __ .... ".S
his place at the table by means of (b) "Sam's Defense"-Miss Melba ment and will bring in two or three redistricting committees and it is depot to State Hospital at Chatta- March March Jet Slat, Amount, Receipt on hand___._-_-..___- __.._---__-_--.-__-__130.9,73| 1111.,,
dainty'' place card. Sllcox.' million dollars annually. This Is certain that a few of the court districts I Disbursement
March 81et.
I; loocnee, distance of approximately Amount to balance _'_ _.----------1t1___.__.___-__-_____-____- ;
; table was the initial toward -
The long T shaped Vocal solos: (a) "When I'm With step granting are to be eliminated., two:: miles. -
lovely with the effective arrange- You", (b) "Reaching for the Moon" relief for real estate." 4319.74 4111,1Mirth :

ment of roses and sweet peas and -Mrs. J. D. Doyle. Speaker Lewis summed up the _. - Slat, Amount on hand - ________________13,870,61; __
at intervals candelabras holding Vocal solo "Roses" Miss Flor- work of the house. follows: "The I

pink and green tapers. Around the ence Matthews.The trend in the house Is for strict economy 4'Lol I I STEAM PRESSING COMPANYSUITS

k banquet hall floor baskets filled hostesses served delicious not only in the matter of CLEANED PRESSED AND RESHAPED

A with roses and ferns and floor strawberry charlotte rouaae with appropriations but in legislative ,

r lamps casting their son lights pro- home made cakes.About forty-five expense. I.have arranged with the J. Frank Thoman-Phone 52

vided- pretty, setting for this annual ladles were entertained. chairman of ,the legislative ex- i llBeauUllJ ,

event. pense committee to file at the end I I I

A three course dinner was served of every week a statement of house I

by the sophomores, Rutb Rowe, expenses, also for< the same week of, II Silk St4xkir sw I r'-- 'CASH CORNERIn

Sunshine Hundley, Mary Brown- TIIERESSA the session two years ago. I .

lee, Sarah Hope Haynes Lucille Mrs. A. L Sullivan "Our. standing committees are I i ImDStRlPE.
:Edwards, Oakle Hinson and Pau- now functioning. ,I believe harmony 1 j' S. R. Johns Building-;Opposite Depot ,

;line Miner. Lucille Edwards Junior prevails among the members .. I
G class president acted as toast- Rev. J. N. Hayman filled his reg- and the house Is getting down to Sheer Silk.Stocking Phone 45 'Starke, Fla. JYe Deliver :

, mistress. ular appointment at the Baptist business and trying to work out ,

i Toast to Senior class-Ralph Cox. church Saturday and Sunday.Mr. some system of taxation that will 531 '. I
and Mrs. C. Sullivan and Mr. be of benefit to-the state at large."
;1'' Response-Cleo Thomas.
Brownlee and Mrs. WUmot Brown were visitors Representative Tomasello-. l SPECIALS FOR FRIDAY SATURDAY :
Toast to Milton president The Scotch. Idea 'of f Thrift I
to Brooker Sunday afternoon.
:
$I Senior class Louise Ed- pressed himself In this manner: "It ,
+k wards. They were accompanied home by Is apparent that there la greater .,1 The French Idea of Fashion I '
.
tIr' Response to Louise Edwards, Mrs. W. M. Brown, who will visit homogeneity of thought than was --. i:, .1 AND MONDAY ;
t
ry Junior class president, Milton her for a while. anticipated, eepeclaly after avery, : l 1.50 the __
Mr. and Mrs. Thos. F. Brown and pelf
Brownlee. visible rift among the major ln-i -- "" .,I'I v
(
;k :Toast to ,faculty-ortho Ma- Mrs.family D.of W.Hampton Moore Monday visited evening Mr. and terests' of this itate. ";,ij- r r10 rur. t&af ftarti a&ove " Pure Creamery Butter, per lb. ________ 28c
"The legislature, of Is en
.course
theny. '!-
/ Mrs. David Jones and Mr. Raleigh t V0'. : : rho Gold Strhyri j -
,Response--Prof. S. S. Dowling. tirely too young to predict' what f' = rr =
Speech-Georg. Inman. Brannen of Hampton, were will be the trend of the majority 10t
I visitors to Thereasa Tuesday after- thought as to particular typeof BACON PLATES, per lb.--------
Reading Melba Silcox. any
B Senior class will read: =Annie noon. legislation However, it wouldbe J..& R.: Department StoreNext ----- = :
Mr. W T. Zeigler of Jacksonville -
;" Mae Pearce. safe, in my opinion, to predict DRY SALT BACON, per lb. ______------. I5e
is visiting his father, J. J.
1 'Those present were: Milton reasonable conservation In the Door to the Post off ice = 1
Zeigler here this week.
Brownlee, Miriam Jacobs, Dora matter of considering legislationnot -

Manning Ben Sternberg Hazel Mrs. Josephine attended Sullivan church here of worth while, u well as that e STARKE,.FLORIDA 2 lbs Cumberland Coffee _________-- 2JC.I

d' Adkins, Ralph. Cox, Louis Hill, Jr., Hampton doubtless fruitful effort will be ======'
Saturday and Sunday. realized in the matter of the aboli- =
Beverly Cady, Evelyn Stump, Billy
r, Graham, Cleo Shepard, Lester Mr Floyd Crosby of Starke wasa tion of many unnecessary offices 5 lb. Sack SUGAR ______ ______-.-__-- 2Se
_ r Price Robinson, George Inman, Annie visitor to Thereasa, Sunday after- and present expense of admin- .

Colaon, Annie Mae Pearce, Cur- noon.Messrs..'' istering agencies of government =
lIc
A. L. Sullivan and James connected with the state MACARONI 3 lOc Boxes
tU Roundtree Henry Guy, Gary 1 primarily _-
4 Over treet, Thelma Andreu, Emery Trtest were visitors to Jacksonville government '

;1 Guy, Wilson Hayes Louise Thede,I Monday. "My observation, garnered In my They Speak for Themselves =, = lie

,x1 Katherine Priest, Lorena Green,I Mr. and Mrs Ed. Sullivan were campaign for speaker which resulted Matches, 3 We packages _
Strickland,I visitors to Jacksonville Sunday. in to the
Novella King, Evelyn my prediction prior == -
'' Etholln White, Iris McRae, Henry' Mr. and Mrs John Jordan of convening of this session of the sicCERTp \'
HZI
SUcox.. Daisy Tompkins Henry McRae, attended church here Sat- legislature that doubtless harmony .. .:! JELLO,' 3 We packages ____,-----
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Mast Comer Edwards Elsie Barry, urday evening. could be reasonably expected is so '
to' ... '" ..,. -- . = ===" -
Howard Miner Bill Walnwrlght, Mr. S. E. Trtest was a visitor far affirmed. ',_ .. tq : : _III __>8,,, _' "--"". **
ti Melba SUcox Jean Laird, Cleo Starke Tuesday., From the angle of a constant observer '." per bottle _._.. .-----------'- __
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Mr. and Mr J.'Carstensen of h
II S
cs'
Thomas Patsy Brlnson. Ruth W<1-. practically every bill Introduced ... .ti:: = 1erns-m '
Lake ::J
Geneva have moved to The-
llama Gordon Wadsworth Victor.' reasa, carrying with' it any refer- A.. .. rza:V: :Pic'Nlc Hams, Sugar Cured, per Ib. _______ 17eArmour's
Cleo Saxon
Thomas Bob prink, ence to money has been aimed di, .
Ortho Matheny Juanita Dukes, Mr J. J. Zelgler was a, visitorto rectly in economical channels. Linens Blondes _, s'-' === -

Willie Strickland, James Richard Starke Saturday. I Some members of the house In particular L Hams
Star Skinned
Miss Thelma Sullivan was shopping , Regular
Walnwrlght... Mae Davis Richard show a veryevtden* _desire **
Long Guy. Harrell. Alice Feraan- In Starke Tuesday..I. . II to stress that point at all times, per lb. _ _______L____------- -

p ,des, Howard Moore Merrill Futch, St. Augustine -, W. J, Harris in preference anything else. A it = ==== -
Louise Edwards Professor' S. 8.Dowllng few of the "economy"-bills offered 35e
Old School House St. ,Shaped. .
purchased on a
Smoked SAUSAGE for
2
pounds
Miss _Isabel Fernandesand to date are of a radical and unsound -
George street, from Mrs A. S. - -
Miss Florence Matthews Weinstein. nature, is the most casual Hula - ., TwoToneseo rise r1s z mss. -
''I t I'I''I or learned student of state affairs le
BAPTIST W. M. S. TO MEET ,Fort Pierce $20,000 appro- must admit certain departments Peanut Butter, lb. jar ___ _. _. _____-__..; I
1 priation approved for dredging F.t.: m -
wd, 1! _
Pierce harbor.Tallahassee. and offices could be eliminated only = === I
at The business and program'meetIng at the) risk of impairing the normal .o .-...
New sidewalks to t .... 5 Amorita Toilet Soap with cleanser I
of the Baptist W. M. S. will be constructed at Florida State workings of state government. It can JOt

be held at the church Monday af- College for Women. Is unlikely that many other economy i O tr free. _ _._________________-- 1
; ternoon at S:30:\ o'clock. Circle No. Martanna Dredging and snagging bills introduced, or to be introduced = =7
3 with Mr.' A. M.. Darby, leader In riVerto = t::
operations Cbipola will be
passed, becauseof Just
will have charge of the program. start soon. the power and sentiment against arrived: Twenty-two of theneweststyles Banquet Orange Pekoe Tea, '1-2 lb. can _--- 1StI I

'. Key West $23,000 allotted for attempts at certain forms of econ- for miner..Priced. :: from === == e -
gt SILVER TEA GIVEN river and harbor work at this 'I
_i Likewise there JOt
omy. has
place.St. nothing so far to definitely test, Large Red Apples, dozen-: _____.__-.----

t The home of Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Augustine New Catholic the weight looYeruor Carlton has : :$3.45 $4.95 = c I- .rt=== -
:Matthews on Walnut street was Mission Church practically com- with this legislature or to indicate $t

,the scene of a lovely party on last pleted. how economic. the Bananas per lb. _________________----
Friday afternoon when Mrs. W. E.Mlddleton New Port Richey Dr. A. B. legislature -
Mrs. W. O. Halle. Mrs.O. Burns opened offices in Morey- will ultimately determine itself to J. & R. Department StoreNext = == 73e

fr and.' L.Mrs Haynes Matthews, ;Mrs. L. D., VIning,. Bowman Arcadia building-- $80,000 allotted for be.Racing, banking office abolition lour, 21 lb. guaranteed ____------- -
co-hos
ware
tease at a silver tea, given for the new '-post office building for this and expense reducing hula were in Door to the Post off ice =====. t a == -
city. the majority for the week, aside Flour( $2.85FRUlTS'ANlJ.P
benefit of the Methodist- Missionary Tanahasseei .* Chrlsto,. Inv., from numerous local bills and those STARKE FLORIDA 96 Ibs. guaranteed' _-____._. --_- -

( Society. store, opened for business, la, UUs pertaining,gainer XMtterssuch .
The. entire lower pool of this '' ---
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Wednesday aftaoon in Gaioes- .. .Mrs.,A.,",Richard and, Mrs. TtB. I--they have broadcasted-, weekly forth CUwiston $'.00,000 worth- of

: : (1 " : ;," ;',: ':;;': h' ,'. '. vUle., ,1 .Norman and,,little daughter_An paty ** \* y$ hS ":-t;: I* j EVERGREEN sugar shipped from: local mill or

' ., ale Catherine Jacksonville wer*) J L 1 _,- .UL" ,eoithora<.fti&ugar Company:vdurinjr.
'of Mrs. R. F. Dem .
rut and
father.Mr. Rev. and Mrs. George H, Lowry Marta .;1 t
O. C. Johnson week-end;: guest of Mr.. and Mrs. !! ,
spent Thursday and! daughter: ,Margaret, left Tuesday 'Mrand Tbr..m1i. stretch of unflnjfebej
XX S.Matthewa Mrs. :J. M. Roster and
in Jacksonville with friends and tot Lake Mary. where they will road from Goodno> to LaBelie will
relatives. I \ attend the meeting of the North two children'of Woodlawn. were be completed shortly.

Jpcal NeWs Mr. Paul Dutch and Mrs. Leo, Florida Presbytery Mr. H. H. visiting B. E. Rosier and mother Jacksonville >- City Market,
GrUTi of Tamp*,\tspent.the weekend 1400
Young accompanied them'and will Sunday afternoon West Beaver street, formally'
Attend
the auction sale at Rex .in Stark a* the guesUof, the
Concerning Our People, Business and Jewelry Co.. 3:30 and 7:30. p. m. latter-s parenfiiMrapdMra.: K. represent the local Presbyterianchurch Mrs. Hester Sapp spent Sunday opened .
as delegate. They will return Leesburg-Julius T. Seng and
each
Progress\ .of the County and Town. day. L.'Griffta., tae latter part of this week. here with. relatives. Harry: Balrstow purchased Sliver
Mr. and Mrs. Cohen Peele:were i
Lake Golf and .
Country Club
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Adklna and Mrs. M.c:.,Stlth and children left visiting her parents, Mt;. and Mrs. and properties
daughter Margaret were guests of Tuesday for their home In Miami, Judge and Mrs. Geo. A. Gardiner Ury Reddish at Water ak Sunday. plan expenditure; of approximately -

Judge and Mrs. A. Z. Adkins Sun and were accompanied by Miss spent Tuesday In HasUngs'With R. 8. Rosier was a visitor to .$10.000 for Improvements -
a business Mrs. W. A. Sterns and Miss Lois- this summer.
was their
V Knight day. daughters Mrs Z. J. Robertsand
t Hr Mary Brownlee who Stark Saturday afternoon.S. .
will
spend a ..
or In Jacksonville: Saturday, ene Turner spent Wednesday In while there. Mrs. W. S. Telvtngton. Judge .< Yarborough of DeLeon Lake Worth. City secured five
Jacksonville. Mr. Gardiner states Hastings Is now in year lease on garage owned by y
and Mrs. D. C. Kinlaw and Springs, spent the week-end here
.. John Q. Cox at
I the midst of the Seventh avenue and
suits now Mrs. J. M. Mitchell potato shipping
preme built serge attended the The "Vogue", the finest special with his wife. H street.
J. M. Alvarez. Auction sale of jewelry at Rex flower show iu Jacksonville Saturday photo we have ever made., 3 for season 141 cars being shipped the B. E. and J.'Q. Roller and'Frank Work l
Jewelry Store now going on. afternoon. day he was there, and the fine yield Cruse under way for improving
$1.60. The Urn Is Jlmlted. were visitors to Starke Sun-
very highway No. 28 '
with fair prices la putting that sec- from Florabome 4
des I Ethel Moore is visiting this Mrs. Walter Glatzan and son, Mrs. E. W. Come now or you miss it. Hoover tion on the map again.HAMPTON. day.Mr. to Palatka for distance of.26 miles. '
Jacksonville. Harris Dr. and Mrs. Bros Studio Starke, Fla. 4-24-21. and Mrs. Will Kersey Mrs.
k In Bobby of DeLand I ,Orlando-Improvement ,to drainage -
are guests at the Frame, and Mrs. Bronseau of Jacksonville -' Yarbroough and children were visIting '
home of Mr. and Mrs, system under consideration. '
F A. Scott ,
1.: G. Powell waa a business were guests of Mr. and Mrs. R. G. Harris and daughter, Mr. and Mr. Crawford Sun i Starke W. P. Smith opened
Tuesday. Mrs. EX H. Smith Tuesday. I Kathryn have returned to their
tdr In Jacksonville Mrs. E. H. Smith and mother, day.Mr. ,stave mill here.
Mrs. Irene Wills spent Sunday in home In Richmond, Va., after JH3M Ada NliBM.. c... and Mrs. R. S. Rosier spent I Vero: Beach Work to start at
Watches, diamonds, silverware several Sunday afternoon with Mr. and
l D. E. Knight spent MondayJlacclenny .Jacksonville.Miss jewelry, spending weeks with Mrs. once on $10,000 Trinity Episcopal
I professional busl- cut glass-all going at Harris' mother Mrs. O. A. Mitchell. : Mrs. Marlon Carter.
to
on chapel be constructed on site In
Mrs. C. E. and Mrs. J. R.
auction, 3:30: and 7:30: p. m., each Harper Mr. and Mrs. Bryant Redding Royal Park.
Pauline Prevatt spent the day until sold. Colley have recently been business and Mr. and Mrs. Ellery Redding Winter
Garden
r.s aWAlderman: and Mrs. week-end in Green Cove Springs I Mr. and Mrsj-J. F. Colley and visitors to Gainesville. : of the State Farm were visiting funds- American LegIon -
raising to be
used
In
fera, will spend this with friends. Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Partridge of niece,' Katie FugaU. were dinner i. Mrs. Bennie Williams of Macon I their mother, Mrs. H. F. Redding erection of
permanent homerI
p. vandlvlere Lake I Ga., was the guest of Mrs. C. E. Saturday afternoon.Mrs. .
Ga. City were guests of Mr. and guests of Mrs. Colley's aunt, Mrs.C. .
k-end in Augusta Read the big adv. of the Rex Mrs. John Uglow the first of the J. Weaver of .Ocala, Sunday. Harper and Miss Reba Maxwellthis J. 8. Rosier was the guestof --- .... __ ____

of Gainesville Jewelry Store on page 3. week. I r Tho dinner was given in honor of week. her daughter, Mrs; Willie Red-
fora. D. C. Jones Mrs. Colley'a Mr. and Mrs. L. II. Futch were dish Sunday.
Starke with rela- father Mr. J. E. Rob-
bt Friday in Mrs. M. W. Moore of Sanford is Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Futch and inson's 79th birthday.Rev. looking after their real estate in ATLASThe

Y s. the guest of Mr- and Mrs. John Mrs. L. D. Green spent last week In Lawtey this week.

J. M. Al- .Prevatt this week. Jacksonville attending the East- and Mrs. J. T. Guy of Miami Rev. Dixon of Jacksonville pastorof
|ark shoes $1.25 up. the Christian church, filled his ''
BROOKER
ern Star Grand Chapter arrived Thursday to be with Siandard'Oil

ies. __ ______ Mrs. J. A. Long and son Jack, I their sons Henry and Emory who regular appointment here last Sun MU Pearl G.l>.,.. c...
: after spending several months in Mr..and Mrs. Frank Rhodes of are ill. Friends of the Guy brothers day morning and evening. Tire Guaranteed '
J. M.
D. A. Montleth. Mrs. Starke left Thursday for Live Oak. Mr. F. L. Oglesby who was
ts. Lamlra Murden Jacksonville were guests of Mrs. members of the Senior class of Mr. L. H. Galney and daughter,
area and Mrs. Jacksonville. Rhodes' parents Mr and Mrs. E. the B. H. S., will be glad to know formerly located In the Thoa. Lois, were transacting business in One Year
t Saturday In Dr. Earl Roberts of Brown residence has removed to
Lawtey W. Hayes for the weekend.Mrs. that they are Improving. Starke Monday.Mrs. .
spent several days in Starke this the cottage owned by J. H. Saxon
Dorothy Alvarez of JackIe week. on Main street. Louis Hicks of Waldo, M.N....**..<
s C. C. Cross of Montpelier The "Vogue", an extraordinary spent last Tuesday her with her b
Is the guest of her cousinLena A.large number of the
Miss., Is to arrive 931 younger ,4Frigidalrethe
expected Fridayfor spring special photograph. parents, Mr. and Mrs. Walter
Dea Andrews. Valuable prizes given away dur- a visit with her sister, Mrs. S. The finest largest special photograph people of our town enjoyed an out- Crews. I
ing the sale. Rex Jewelry Co. E. Brownlee.Mr. ting at Silver Springs last Sunday.Leo .
we have ever made.' For avery Mr. and Mrs. H. P. Qalney and
Mrs. Lloyd Perryman Wiggins of Macclenny spent
tt. and 1 limited time. 3 for $1.80. Come children and Mrs. H. Galney spent
Atlanta arrived Monday for aIt Paul E. Knight of the Universityof and MrS.' Robert the week-end with friends here.
Demoreat now or you' miss-the bargain of a last Sunday at Jacksonville Beach
r with Mr. and Mrs. L.A. Davis. Florida spent the week-end here and daughter,' of Louisville Ky., ifetlme. ."J'HJ11Hoo..r:Bros. .Studio Rev. F. M. Taylor, pastor of Graham with their daughter Mrs R. W. three year guar-

with his parents, Col. and Mrs. D are guests of Mr. Demorest's father Starke; Fla.,4.U.n.; ,: Baptist church preached at Brannen.
1 [ J. M. Alex. . . that Saturday and Sunday. anted electric refrigerator
tress shoes $2.45 up. E. Knight.Mr. Mr. R. _F.. Demorest..' t. ) ,: place Miss' Lois Gainey spent part of -

I Mr. Q. Bennett and Miss Gus- Hotel Hampton is entertaining last week In Jacksonville with her

.. and Mrs. A. F. Miller and Mrs. William Kratzert, Mrs. J. sie Mae Bennett returned Saturday guests from Pennsylvania this sister, Mrs. A. B. Crosby.

)r. and Mrs. H. M. Clarvoe were children of Oroya, Peru, South B. Boring and Mrs. Orville GruTIs 'from Indian Springs, Ga., 'where week. Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Galney spent 61
>its of Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Davis America, are guests of Mrs. Mil of Lake Butler were visitors in they attended tKe> funeral of Mr. Rev: McGauley will preach at the Sunday In Jacksonville with their
day evening. ler's sister Mrs. A. L. Moore. Baptist church next Sunday morn- For Bale bySmith's
Starke Monday.Mrs. : Bennett's slater Mrs. W. W. Lassl- daughter, Mrs. A. B. Crosby.
ter. Mrs. Lassiter and daughters, Ing and evening. Mrs. Myrtle Galard, who has
JoL and Mrs. J. E. Futch of Defod Buy Jewelry needs at auc- Mrs. J. Pursley, who has been time
your George Marks and little i visited here last summer and made been spending some here with
spent the weekend with Mr. tion-at your own price. Rex Jew- daughter, returned to their home in many friends who will regret to quite ill for several weeks has a her stepmother left the fourth for
d U Mrs. H. L. Brownlee. elry Co. DeLand Saturday after a visit here .hear of her death. host of friends here, who are delighted her home In California. She spent Service
to know that her conditionis
with Mrs. Marks' parents Mr. and I several days Chicago with relatives -
Mrs. Kenneth Brand of the State Mrs. C. A. Knight, Mrs. James Mrs. A. M. Darby Radio fans of 'Paul and Nolan" rapidly improving. .
[rm. spent Monday with Mrs. H. Shepard and Mrs. El M. Johns motored were disappointed last week when A. M. Halle of Oglo Illinois, wasa Mr. O. B. Colson was a. business StationStarke
business visitor here this week.
Brownlee.cy to Gainesville Wednesday af- Mr. and Mrs. L. V. Moore had 'these popular entertainers failedto visitor In Starke last Tuesday..

ternoon. as their guests for the weekendMr. broadcast at the usual time There are several farmers around
Key West Thompson PlumbIng -
and white broadcloth and Mrs. R. V. Moore and Tuesday and are looking forwardto Company moved to new quar- here who have been dealing with Fla. ; '

MB, 95c. J. M. Alvarez. Charles Henry McMillan and family and Mr. and :Mrs. M. H. hearing there'again at an early ters on Green and Slmonton strawberries, and there has been .. .... ".. _L..",. _n.. .. _
John Eldredge Robinson spent Lang of Jacksonville. ___ __|date, from station WRUF where streets. several crates picked and sold 0
Mr. and Mrs. S. T. Dell and f am- I .
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of Galnesvaie* Dt"1Junday! : __ ? -j j .___ i {{ r
th Mr. and Mrs. J.. M. Brownlee.


I Mrs. Sam Anderson and Mrs. A. New Highways Are Offering Many Specials Friday & Saturdayfl I I

Kahr, Jr., spent Monday In Area -

with Mrs. Anderson's mother.Mr. Delightful Trips to Southern Motorists


and Mrs. N. D. Bumgarner
l ent.the week-end at Daytonah. Whole Bean Clear brook ONE CENTWHEATIES


CoffeeGround Butter
Good times again and everythingper. SALE

J. M. Alvarez.Mrs. 1 1 1Are.Y4a'
L 11 In our mill Heat Creamery Buy a box at regular

G. B. Godbold .of Jackson- : Price and get another

lie, spent Monday with her sla-
Pound 15c Pound33c for Jc save lIe
', Mrs. S. S. Dowllng.'t - - ,

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Castle Haven k
P&GLaundry Octagon Soap or

1 R RENT 2 stores, Call st Sugar CornNo.

See J. W. Morgan agent. 2-20-tf Soap Powders3forlOc

Size
R SALE Marglobe Tomato

t Plants $1.BO per 1000. P. B. Revels Mammoth Cm i* ;

Palatka, Fla. ltPR ..w.....K..te.k..." r.........INi. 2 cans f for - 19c Barsfor25e

..,...... -/ JUrtf.uraxd .
RENT-2 story e room, bath m tin tut* .....,.
"rat, -...Ie.,."..., -,
well located. Reasonable .... =
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rent. J. W. Morgan 2-20-tf. ,..e--BrIII"Va.elM" II VANCAMP'S MILK - - 41argecans29c: II jl,

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Richmond upright :rUe .'.11_rMs _
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piano l In will 1? Al 'iti wS
wcrtflce foreaallconditionMtsa i lei. FUrUift enter Conqueror Brand
RC A .. Srd sadai41..1W a-wu.l k.M..r. ".' Compound Beat CaneSUGAR
Box *
164 Starke. It
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PR 8ALE -i Refrigerator $8; 8k......... -,.,.".
LARD
bed and V. ..,. 1
springs $8; arm chair
13; plated silver water pitcher Slze3Cansfor32c

and two goblets. $10; also two

I rooms:.. Dunham.for rent $3 per week.It A.* <<: Poundlie : IOpomids-- ,

Tallanasse ana Nashville .
to build hard surfai* .t.as cween - --- --
\NT LABoR Standard Oil Touring throughout the state many oth.r I T.nn., will be completed in the
U Deed '
:you
floated bond Immediate future. Extensive Improvements -
bars
food Southern states
aa-round II BLUE ROSE 11 'fl
colored farm RICE5poundbag,21
bands> Issues and there hat been an almost In the main highwaysIn
PMttm.or mechanic. see D. F. Service Will 1 Route (Immediate Improvement In Georgia. Kentucky and Florida
Stark .Satisfaction the mala highways. Constructionwork have and are being made. -
ittaranteed. for the past months has been a
Progress has rapid during
Trips Free been at high pitch la these states. the last few months in bringing Delta La Touratne

cents BULBS-FW. supervision.et In whatever direction the South Mammoth Cav in Kentucky to Grits Meal .
for crop at flx4 prtc ern motorist wishes to go-north, the status of a National Park. or
lIr. R W. GRIFFIN Lan St. la effort to aid drought and .east south or west to the There is now a h.rd-.urtac34' Dill Pickles2gt.Jar3& COFFEE'
der....... Florida an the mountains. to the seashore, to the highway to the cave, and improvements -
supervisor for .1IJMm1llo71llent relief daring
metropolitan cities, to the National h.y. already been
Bulb Co. 1809 tt.>U rk* I rU and Winter of 1930 much ad- .
8t. \ Parks-h* can travel for mad in the &'I'oand.
Orlando Fla. '';J" construction wa.ndrtaken SPounds Pound ,28c J
4-10-3C 'ditional! highway hundreds of miles without leaving The Standard Oil,Touring Ser ,: 23c - - .
in practically every .
p. LOOK. hard-snrfaced hrChwslI .te. I. a tree bureau of road information -* I
room LISTENMy seven stat in the Union. This was par. Sine last summer, an all-hard. operated by the Stand.; -
hlo two-etory house located OD ticularly true of the South when I surfaced short route has been and Oil Company Incorporated In!
fine lots 105xlos feet OQ the mild winters permit the continuance : completed between Atlanta and Kentucky for the benefit of South( No. 2 Cans Tomatoes - 4 cans f for 2Sc
Itl'mer of Cherry and Jefferson of construction through the Bristol. Va. ( eats valley era motorists. This Touring 8 r-
that off
tooflett.. Tats house has both winter months. of Virginia) 64 I vie keeps br constant touch with -.-. -
sad lavatory Many new through highways miles from th* old route. This establishes road conditions la every stat lath
lOfiet upstairs and and better con.nectlon Union and rooUs trip
In the ban been completed, many un- a new ,
and
basement to built of motorists who are best roads
141ia highways have beenhardsurfaced for motorists over th4
e knots.lumber_no sap and only 80 that this spring beaded for "the land of the sky." by orhcardttooStandard. a
IIId In the entire building. the roads of the South offer th.Southern For tboM extending their trip Oil dV%
Is only three walk motorist the most alluring north from Bristol, much Improvement Touring Service 426 West Bloom ,
bolQ $1750 will b* noted in U. S. Avenue. LouJrrUU, Ky., stating
:: Petoft'ice. they have ever pr-
I : casb picture t
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bun' Highway No. 11 through this historic the starting point and destination
: Ie!low rented splendid home (which sent d. of North- and scenic region. of your. trip and m.ps and complete -' "Where Satisfaction la a Certalntu"Jla..UFOBD
1 If for U. per month Following the example bond The last nnpaved m the road information will b*

p, -" :.y." Apra.28tky,W.'it.rL Er- Carolina:iasues:! several, Which,years floated ago large la: order, main rout through Alabama, t>eh sent you free of charge. yo%


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M1a, SIX BRADFORD COUNT) TZLI GKAPi1. 8TABKE. FLOK1UA FRIDAY..APnn.2..,...::|
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a result; one-tourtti or more the
IN FRONT OF THE I Southern farmer can't do; by raking Jupiter-$3.B80 steel
Mournful Faces And
1 farmers In the county require radio
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COURT HOUSE DOOR more than enough food and being erected at JUpiter
Folded Hands Could drouth relief and are receiving aid Radio Station }fa,.
feed for home use, he has some-
1 FARM NEWS SECTION Not Have Done This Notices' of Mortgage ForeclosureSales either for food feed, seed or ferti- thing to sell every day in the year. Luke Worth Electrics diII '

are crowding what could not lizer, or alL But, in spite of the On his 37 -acre farm and witha button lines rebuilt la bUSlneae .

(By Spuds Johnson) fall to be more) cheerful announcements fact that it was one of the hardesthit total Investment of UO, 66, W. Lion of town. I

L Conducted By out of a :lot of Southern sections of Arkansas in the W. Seaton, of Whitfleld county, Naples -- Bids opened for
The following editorial in a recent weekly newspapers this spring. 1930 drouth, the total value of Pu- Georgia, earned 44 cent inter- pletlon of $115,000 Gordou' "-
per
L. T. DYER, County Agent issue of the Progressive! IIIIr
*V V i Couched in dry legal phraseology, laskl county dairy products was in eat last year after deducting all bridge ,

MISS PEARL ,JORDAN Home Demonstration Agent Farmer and Southern Ruralist they tell nothing of the hardshipsthat the neighborhood of $2,000,000 and operating expenses. lit follows a ,
shows) what can be done by hard --
have beset the unfortunates Mr. Sargent says that not a single scientific land-building
;
work and the proper methods, even who "in front of the court house dairy farmer in the county is listed all his feed and program all
VETERINARIANS WILL grows nearly "
MILK IMPORTANTIN in the face of. "hard times and down, their bur- What
ATTEND SHORT COURSES door lay crushing among those asking for help; they food for home use; works 12

TIlE DIET OF ON POULTRY DISEASES discouragements., But such not accomplishments den of debt, and, without either either have the cash or good secur- months in the year. His dairy dr
are certainly
resources or ambition left, find ity for such loans as they may haveto '
YOUNG CHILDREN cows chickens: spring Iambs wool
the result of sitting around with
themselves back at the start- .
right make.A
W Gainesville Fla. A poultry folded hands and long faces. and field crops keep the cash com r,,

Fla. Milk baa disease short course for veterinarians "Folks have hard times Ing pointlCnterpriees questionnaire was recently ing in the year around..
!f, Gainesville, 'enjoyed' other than farming sent to 21 leading cotton buying
It food will be held here May 5-8, Dr. "Grow the kind of crops you can 4s
been termed the Indlspensible so long that we sometimes wonder
m of
have also been going to the wall firms who between them handle +
for children. The term is literally Wllmon Newell, director of the if signs of the return of good times late, but R. T. Douglas, of Caddo approximately half of all the cot- house In your own barn, meat
it would be hard University of Florida Agricultural welcomed houses, pantry, cellar and store-
deserved since a will be as joyously as we he has observed -
parish, Louisiana ton in this country, asking
says grown "
diet for the Extension Service, has just an- wonder house, is the advice that A. Bui-
task to plan a good would suppose. Really we
during his farming exper- their opinion as to what price cot-
milk nounced. This abort course will be lard, of Duplln county! North Caro-
growing child and not include . Better times are coming. We
ience of nearly 40 years that most ton crops ranging from ten to fif- Silver45.
held due to a resolution requestingit lina, offers farmers who have found
of ,
in it. Dr. C. F. Ahmann physiologist not only have the consolation farm failures have been caused by teen million bales would bring If I
with the Florida Experiment which was passed at the last the fact that they always do return that when they farm to make mon- .
too that could Mond t. ..
buying things this The ..
ta address meeting of the Florida State Vet- many produced year. averageof ey somebody else houses the crops. ..... .... . ..II
I Station, recently stated an but here is a case in point- be raised on the farm. Hs! ob- the 21,replies begins with 7.36 F r .....- b .
.
from WRUF. erinary Medical Association and and it Is right here in our own be- The man who follows :Mr. Buflard'sadvice I..1JIIaI11-,. ehea ..
ject In farming is not to make cents for fifteen million .ab, .
per pound a Ie ... ..
,
He explained that the proteins every veterinarian In the state has loved South . . is assured that when he "i .._ 16...
but to live, and he bale and to 16.49 ...t
I money really crop goes up oes 10 sb.l.. _
been Invited to attend. to town to he
of goes buy something
the most complete
;/\: of milk are "The folks of Volusla county has found that at ten'millionbale a
by producing cents for
pound a
' any food and are the most easily Topics ranging all the way from Florida, are in the habit of puttingon per can't produce on his farm he will .'"" 5 Ire

:, ,1f digested. Milk protein, egg protein, feeding, breeding and culling to 'a fair in the late winter every home the for soil family and needs climate everythingthat will let These crop.figures promise Southern have something to take along to I(......eaJ...,...._..),..,14 ....
k /, meat and vegetable ' the more technical diseases like of pay for it Mr. Bullard says he W,.
protein, protein In spite of the
year. purveyors Me....
him produce he Is able to realizea ,farmers 3272,000,000 more for 5- eel W",..
' were placed in different paralysis baclllary white diarrhea, gloom, dispensers of pessimism, used to pin all his hopes on tobacco -

px,/'' flasks with digestive juices and coccidiosla: cholera, roup, typhoid, and the; prophets of disaster-and matter profit what from prices his major they bring.T. crops., no 000.00 raise l fewer,oooOOO bales bales of cotton.for $552,000000 Why,- but he finally got sick and tired \. ......apIaIe.

'lf.. kept at body temperature. The tuberculosis, Manson's eye worm, we have had a wonderful crop of I of being told, by the price he got
H. of Oktlbbeha
Peters county when stand to OO-
milk protein was digested first. and the like will be discussed. these in recent months-they went we get $834. for all his toil and drugery what a
.. I Misslssippla,..reports that one- 000 for 10,000,00 bales T Think how HAROLD C. WALlIINSURANCE
:Milk is also rich in vitamins Ai'.ilJ Speakers on the program will be right on and held their fair, this fool he waa.
farmers in his of the
crop part much better off we-will be If, Instead -
and D; the growth and anti-rach- Dr. W. Emmel, poultry pathologist, year just as usual. That fair is ;just forced out of e
country are being i of forcing these five million
vitamins. tests Alabama Polytechnic Institute; Dr. :Miami Beach-Roney Plaza Hotel
.tjf, itie Laboratory over and thereon hangs this tale.
business and the landownershe
only bales on an unwilling market, we
!i'With rats and rabbits have shown Dr. A. L. Shealy veterinarian in "In the first place, as the folksof will spend during coming sum-
knows who are carrying on are use the time and effort that wouldbe STARKE FLORIDA
:tf, that those getting at least 8 percent charge of the Animal Husbandry: this fair have a way of doing, the who their mer approximately $300,000 for
iW'' of milk in the diet make"better Department, and Dr. E. F. Thomas,' they put on a real show-the best ones diversify oper- required to produce them for additional facilities.
ations. Before he plants a single producing the food and feed that
\ assistant Florida Experiment '
)! growth of milk and are in better veterinarian they have ever had agriculturally,
of Mr. makes
row cotton Peters would otherwise have to be brought
'ftjJ condition: than those. on milk Station; Dr. D.C. Gllles, horticultural, and In every other,
certain that his schedule makes in from other sections.
.;< free diets. state poultry service veterinarian; And they didn't fall to let

1..( Milk is also high in c,''chum and Norman R. Mehrhof, extension way.the public know about it. Here ample provision for a good gardenand i Southern farmers who, this Strawberry Plants of' Quality
orchard; a herd of well select 'spring are faced with what to
[ V phosphorus, the minerals used in poultryman; A. P. Spencer exten- are the results: They broke the '
ed dairy cows;silage sufficient for of them Is the difficult
sion vice-director Frank W. Brum- many very
: bone and teeth building. A recent ; attendance records both day and
the dairy herd; ample hay for problem of getting food and feed
study of 408 Florida school children ley, extension agricultural econom- Out of ten night
night day.
ri showed that 63 percent of the tat; E. F. Stanton supervisor, Flor-, performances every they had the grand home use and some to sell; enough with which:: to make another crop, la ear 51 years as plant grewers this Is the shortest

ida National Egg Laying Contest; corn for all stock; hogs and sheep may wonder how it happens that crop of plants we have ever produced Its not over 89 per
children using milk bad good teeth, stand filled eight times. They reported -
; but that 90 percent of the children and Dr. N. W. Sanborn, professorof that by actual count they I for home and market, and a good A. V. Bethea of Dillon county seat normal over the entire country. Quality of plants,

Il'f.':' drinking no milk had defective poultry husbandry,with the Ag- had the biggest exhibition of poul- sized flock'of poultry' with partic- South Carolina can be offering for the best ever-we are now soaking'shipments into your
ular attention to turkeys. sale corn purebred cotton seed, section.
h teeth. ricultural College. 400 fowls held In'the
:', try South.by There was ever a separate 4-H According to County Agent J.:W. hay, oats registered Poland China Missionary 1000 to 6000, 'S.BO per thousand; 10-
Sargent the cotton raised in Pu- hogs cows, potatoes collards, eggs too or over $3.23. See our agents and place order. Our
"d, there are other Important minerals 4-n CLUB SHORT show of 180 select fowls.
poultry
"i laski county, Arkansas, last year butter lard, meat and other farm 'catalog Is free for the asking. ,
v in milk, and that the whey of sour HELD exhibits big-
I COURSE WILL BE The community were
,
brought. $900,000 just about .products. But Mr. Bethea hasn't Agents: Brownlee Bra. A. J. Thomas, Ray Newsora,
1ft! milk and milk have always -
proteins and better than have '
FIRST WEEK IN JUNE they ever
ger half what It cost to produce it. As I done anything that any other anal O. W. Roberts, Lawtey Fla. See them and place order -
stood in tests for -
It' high putting been. Commercial concessionaries .
.
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----- early to make sore of wants. We will hold order.
gains on experimental animals. Gainesville,. Fla. The annual bought every foot of available ynor

( ; boys' 4-H club short course will be space and did twice the business

j;} Dr. Ahmann however, stated held at the College of Agriculture they have been doing of late. . a J. A. BAUER

f that milk should not be given children here June 1-6, R. W. Blacklock, "In this connection it is worthremembel'lDg

:I 4; to the exclusion of all other state has that fair that
club an-
boys' agent, Just any
The
Strawberry Plant Man Jndsonla, Ark. Box 21
food. Milk is.low In Iron, and this nounced. About 200 boys from does as well any year as this fair ]FORD

sb element la necessary for blood for over the entire state who have won baa just done this year has not only .,_. -. -.....-..... ..- "--- _,..... ._ _'_J_ _._ ..

';; mation. Either the extremes of no free trips to the short course will made a success but is proof positive -

s; milk or all milk are foolish, but meet for a week of study and play. I that the world around it at

it is universally agreed that'at This year courses are to be givenIn 'least has not gone plumb to the RELIABILITY

; } least a pint of milk should be given horticulture- livestock raising, 'doge the TELEGRAPHWILL

:4'+,' every child dally. poultry, raising, dairying, pastures, I .

Y. record keeping, leadership, and :GAINESVILLE KIWANIS
other fields I. W. Hill, In
possibly
l PEANUT'PORK
'. PLAN TO ENJOY
4 I charge of '4-H club; work for the r PRODUCTS DINNER TIIIC roan SIMD YOU

HINTS TO HOUSEWIVES, .1 j southeast, is expected to be pres- T1IDOa IIEDAl'f'
-
ent, and along with College of Ag- FL
Gainesville, Fla. The Gainesville -
&;+; .Weekly from Home Demonstra-I riculture workers and county
Kiwanis Club and their guests
[ Won Specialist, Tallahassee | agents'will make up the teaching 60&&
are planning to enjoy a peanut
1 staff for the week.
:1 pork products dinner at the Prim-
') Much entertainment including rose Grill here May 20. The de- ES s

lively contests, thrilling
games
', USE CITRUS FRUITS licious peanut hams are being fur-
;.j.jVUILE' PLENTY ABOUNDS and a radio broadcast, la scheduled. nished by the Grill, and will cost

W' ----- them no more than the best advertised AND THIS NEWSPAPER

'While Florida oranges and 1 brands. rL"V _

j;: .grapefruit are plentiful*,at low WRUF FARM PROGRAM I The principal speaker will be H.

.t, ,prices housewives should be using "The Voice ef McDowell, manager of the Moul- : >R fco.
,a these healthful and delicious: food. Florida"I I trie. Georgia, plant of Swift and

.Why not continue to satisfy the Company. At 12:15.: just preceding -

4r ( family' desire for fresh fruit' salads Gainesville Fla. With WRUF the dinner Mr. McDowell will hard ONLY OMLV

7f} pies, and the like? farm talks for next week given speak about the quality of Florida Longs use showshe ,,

,\ Florida Grapefruit Salad over to better homes, health 4-H peanut pork products from state .

t wG Measure 2 cups of halved'sec- 'Hub work, and practical farm radio station WRUF. value of good

!k irons of grapefruit, 1 cup of celery problems another series of Florida i This is the second dinner of Its Xa w ,

'f' cut fine, 3 tablespoons" of onions Farm Hour broadcasts has Just ,kind ever held., The first was held and .
fine and* two been announced by'the Universityof materials '
chopper generous 'at Chipley, Florida, several weeks 'YOU
:1 teaspoons of mayonnaise. :Mix the Florida Agricultural Extension :ago. CAN HAVE YOUR

r ingredients: well, and place In their Service.. I . simplicity of design CHOICE OF'ANY FIVE OF
,
refrigerator at least an hour be- The Florida Farm Hour Is broad-

.&' fore serving, Serve on beds of cast each week day from 12 to TICK ERADICATION HEADCONGRATULATES FLORIDA THE: MAGAZINES LISTED

'crisp: shredded lettuce, endive, or 12:43: p. m., and the program for
tender cabbage. next week follows: I EVERYWHERE yon go you hear reports of the good BELOW FOR A FULL YEAR
Gainesville Fla.-Dr. R. A. Ram-
,Fat Grapefruit ,PieUse' Sat., ,Aprt. 25-Florida Farm ( "'
sey. U. S. Bureau of,Animal in- performance and reliability of the Ford.Oneownerwrilee"TheFordiudor TWELVE MONTHS )
3-4 cup of sugar 1-8 teaspoon News and Hints. U. S. Farm Sci
and In of tick eradication -
dustry, charge
Sedan
; of salt 3 teaspoons of corn- ence Snapshots. I am Why pay more for your magazine.
work for the entire United
r starch 1-2 cup'of wate, 1 cup of Mon., Apr. 27 Looking For- I States was recently In the state driving has covered 59,300 miles through all kind when you can buy them at lot than
grapefruit ulce, 1 teaspoon of butter ward In the Citrus Industry-W. T. cost through your home town newspaper .

s 4 and 8 egg yolks,beaten. Mix Nettles. Practical Citrus Diseases and congratulated in eradication.Florida He was for ac its of weather It hi till giving perfect .alJ laclloD." ? You can actually gal five of

the sugar salt and corn starch. and Insect Control
Add. the water and grapefruit -E. F, DeBusk. oStw magazines el this .", .zJng( price If
a Dr. Tom hla assistants hours:
,Juice and cook slowly stirring TUBS., Apr.28 Starving Root- .at Jacksonville Applewhite; and Dr. J.- V. In 95 over.bad roads and through heavy rain you Pfd!! !!!!!r.lf you act quickly you
+ constantly until thick. Let theft Knot Nematodes J. R. Watson. will revive !
Knapp state veterinarian, during and sleet In the mountains. "Throughout the entire tirly! msasalttea during
; mixture boll gently for about five Farm Question Box. ''a'trip over the state. AR 1tI. next,yeer for J just a mils rip,
i, minutes, stirring, to keep from We ., 'Apr. 29-Harvesting and Dr. Ramsey, highly commended trip,' he .writes, "theFord performed ex. than the price of this newspaper.
a Add the butter and beat- Storing Florida Bulbs Harold t.. Don't hetttats.'
burning.
s, extension workers and county cellently'andLno mechanical trouble of any kind p to tend your order If
en' and''remove' from Mowry. Celebrating Better Homes .. some of
; thai
egg yolks the 1 *com to you now. Re-
agents for part they are play.
tire. Beat the mixture well and let Week-Miss Flavia. Qleason. ing in persuading farmers to save 'was expel'i Deed. The shatter-proof glass tin., newal. wIN be extended twsv,

j stand until cold Thurs., Apr. SO-Side dressing the donbtedly saved us from serious months ahead of ,
,their cattle ,and dip through I Injury when a your aicplratlonECHAN1C
; To make the meringue beat the Corn--W. E. Stokes. Side Dressing date.

whites of 3 eggs stiff slowly beat Cotton.-J. D. Warner. Farm Re- I quarantine.North and West Florida aa well prairie chicken struck the windshield whiles,'we
"
in 0 tablespoons of powedered sugar porter,at'Washington.I A
65 "
aa five) counties in extreme southFlorida were traveling at mile an hour.
!
"4, and lastly 2 tablespoons of I I Fri..' May 1-Special May Day tick and .
are now' free a
1. grapefruit juice. Put the pie In a Health Program. The Contribu-- large area in the NorthCentralpart -, See the nearest dealer and have him give yon a
|le pan and cover with meringue. tion of the American Hen to Our i demonstration ride
In the
of the state will likely be Ford. Then from
,
,.Cook in slow oven for' 10 to 15 Health--Norman R. Mehrhof. your
'cleared within the .
;'4.
t Orange Candled SweetsTo ,Miss Virginia P. Moore will speak
if SCHOOLS
SEWING brings Y01"everything Want need
make orange' candied sweet .about "Home Improvement for you or his motorcar 1G5fldene

'.!' potatoes combine 1 cup of orange Florida. Jacksonville Fla. -, Twenty-; .at an unusually low price

.a, Juice 1.2 teaspoon grated orange Th. All-Florida Monthly 4-H three" ) women completed courses in COUPON

1;: rind, 1 cup of water', 1-2 teaspoon Club Program will be broadcast by home sewing recently held in the

wl of salt 1-4 cup of butter, girls from the Stats College for county. and each of them mad a

J, .and X-3 cup of sugar and pour Women from 7:3O to 8:00: Friday nice looking dress during the :,I wish 10 hke. edv.-ge. of yowl -oubeIQaIII

,:; ,over 6 or, 8 peeled but not cooked night May 1. schools according to Miss Pearl LOW FORD t offer...I ass sndosln0.q above emeu*In payment lor s one,..-
.w"
..
potatoes. Bake, covered In a moderate Laffittee, home demonstration PRICKS 10 row pe,.end the eve msp5bnu,tIIet I Mw awaken. "aenXbslow

,' oven until the potatoes are OPEN CANNING KITCHEN agent : '

h tender; usually 30 or 40 minutes. '
Baste them occasionally. Just Tavarea, Fla. A demonstration .43'0 to G3O MAMS. -
,
before serving cover with a layerof canning kitchen has Just been

marshmallows, and bake in the opened here by the county home COFFINS CASKETS $TSOT es LLD -

+ oven until they are brown. Serve demonstration council. According And a :Tan Line eUndertakers' < (r. .. .. Detroit. pi.. /fW.At on* JUvry. Bmmfmt ..., s -

;, at once. '. to Mrs. :Mary S Allen, home demonstration .,..,. ttr* ......) at 'lot N#. low cm hay a tori TOW---
agent, the kitchen Is Supplies for m afAR
imU tent -
.! p0y'saatfa.ee 1IIlc.r
tiumtUr
& farm*,lfcro *
fully equipped for canning. In either AVTOMOOELB HEARSE <*. ..4.lorf... ForJ.FImmne f
RAISING TURKEYS 'Un or glass. Women who use Pirns of (*. U.I. r..' o a-tc ..
P
Always N Baa*. Teas .... GrWif .JMnIeI [] ........11I M.--
Cossp.ay
the kitchen pay one out of each ) C Tbo c..... ..
i Cross Dixie .rrta. M .*. l< -<* rt- ... D..1...Mesasks
City. Fla. county 10 cans to the kitchen. The kitchen ._ . D
sw UI tl. t* t I amsiDEWTTT tvsryb..yy thday Msg r. D "aws-des. "O.slM
to raise
poultrymea are planning
has been in constant sinceIt
use .
.der.fEOI.TLRnD ..
C .. .
? about 4.000 head of turkeys this 1 -Ise.I D .......ppm/er.tdssatMPs

,., year, and have them ready for the opened. EMmALMK. C 0......_1ts0sd. D ..ev bast.

,>J:' Thanksgiving and Christmas seasons. Study the proper use of Vega C JONES OOoetf nodesPAGB D .............,Is..rO

,' 4':' ., reports D., M. Treadwell. tables In the menu so as to get the STA....,rLOlUDA. C .....CIIde D 0esss' ,........
\ '", county agent. i .....
best use of them in the diet. 011w.-. fold

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APRIL. 2b 1981 BRADFORD COUNTY TEXJBOIIAPH. &TARKE. FLORIDA PAQE SEVEN

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unto certain which trusted In themselves ;your way? Answer, read Psalm Cocoa-Palms :
Dry Cleaners
that they were righteous 37:15-: opened
for business
In building next '
and despised others Two
: men went
b up into the temple to pray: the onea April SO to Candy Shop on Brevard avenue

Pharisee and the other a publi Orlando Sears, Roebuck and
can. The Pharisee stood and The Royal Law-If ye fulfill the Co.. opened branch store here.COVI'I''I' hi
_ _ pray- royal law according to the Scrip- StaI
,wor u a amp onto ray ad. and a fi tt onto ny ntk-PuJa 119:105.: ed thee thus with himself, God, I thank ture, Thou shalt love thy neighbor ''' .tJP1r.R.NTlCI'I'DIII"' I
that I am not as other men 1 1MIANT
as thyself, ye do well: but If ye KO"THLT WICANCIA6.TATL.'
,1f.I! nr f P dlt'd. All religious teaching, doctrine or are, extortioners, unjust, adulterers have respect to'persons, ye commit COUNTY SCHOOL rvsoe 1!
P;PI Ar II tlJ .PM.U. creed, U they are to have any claim or even this publican. I fast, -.

I the lore loyalty dChrietwhoe the people, must be in harmony with twice in the week, I give tithes of sin and are convicted of the .. Bradford. Clount,, 10. the month .t
law .bruar,. 1131.G. .
as transgressors.-James 2: 8,
f taachinra of Jesus words fit into every fold and crevicehehumsa all that I possess And the publi ...... Henee r.... ,+f
heart: and of whom It was Bald in John 7:48."NEVER MAN 9. Feb. _
I KB LIKE THIS :MAN. can standing afar off, would Dot Who did Christ say was his tees DM duringlmonth-_- .?!!f.E7.

lift up so much as his eyes unto brother, and sister and mother? ,z 'tiu Warrant. during month .__080.13
WEEKLY SEKMONETTBI prayers. ''Like as a father pltieth heaven, but smote upon his breast, Overdraft March 1. U31 ___ 188.1'
Answer, read --' Matt 12:4600.PRESBYTERIAN: DUI _.. :1
Ills children: ; so the Lord pltieth saying God be merciful to me a Bal Feb 1, mi 110.71

Jehovah U a Loving: Shepherd them that hear him." sinner. I tell you, .this man went WarrAnt.Rerelpt during mcnthtM" 4.84 I
during
+ r month ___ 111.1111
(own to his house justified rather yes''e. Bal Maroh If
He shall feed his In.oC
etch 40:11. No one who has followed JesUB'example ----- In'I"-i-:
B than the other for
that
:
lie like a shepherd; he shall in the practice of sincere, every one Services Sunday, April 26, as fol' Ral. Feb I, 1131 _________. nO.n 3
her the lambs with his arm, andy earnest prayer can doubt Its real exalteth himself shall be abased; lows: Wararnt Recelpte durln* month _____ 40.49 I
and he that humbleth himself shall urine month 3.162OLe8
? them in his bosom., 10 a. m. Sunday school, J. M. Bal. March 1, 1MI _____.- ,

zeklel 34:11.: For thus saith the ity.The parables of the importunatewidow be The exalted.law required the Jews to Truby, supt. Bal.. Feb.. I, est H*. a____ /." R H1

rd< Jehovah; Behold, even I, and the prayers of the 11 a. m. Morning worship, sermon H.o.l pt. during- month ._ 113.8S
and will keep only one fast, on the day of Warrant. during month _.... as1.98
for sheep,
I search my Pharisee and the Publican, are atonement. Some writers say this by the pastor. "The Unfailing Bal. March 1, 18X1 .?_______.11I......
k them out ound only in the gospel by Luke. Refuge." III"t. tin 4
parable illustrates the religion of Ral. Feb 1. im _____ Ilil0. y
seeketh out se
As a shepherd This 6:45: m. Christian Endeavor
lesson
|2. follows Immediately self-righteousness and egotism on p. Receipt during month ... 3,54 7i
flock in the day that he Is the lesson of last Sunday. "And he Topic "The Unmet Needs of the Warrante durlnir month "
that are scattered one hand, and the spirit of repent World." Bal. March I. 1081 __h_I. 511(1 ,
ong his sheep pake a parable unto them to this ance, humility and faith on the '""I. Ne* .
load, so will I seek out my end, .that men ought always to 8 p. m. Baccalaureate services at Bat. Feb 1. mi _h 118.11

Lpi: and I will deliver them outfall pray, and not to faint. Thus th3 other.these Decide principles for yourselves think whichof God he high school. There will be no Warranta KocDlpt during during month month ._. n.48&D.88

places whither they haven duty and the feason therefor are you ervices this church this evening, Hal. March 1. 18.11 ________- e50.34 ;
would approve and follow those. CAMP FIRES 19th BIRTHDAY: March 17th la celebrated IH.t. No. T
scattered In the cloudy andk both set out at the beginning of the We pray to God, through Christas but we will attend the baccalaureate nationally by the Camp Fire Girl a the birthday of their organization Bal. Feb 1. 1831 _..___h___.. 130" 4
day. parable. By earnest prayer Jesus service. old. The celebration coincide with their Receipts during month __. i.lQlit
our advocate. We should con which this W .
Is. And I will bring: them outm I prepared for 'the Prayer meeting Wednesday evening International Year. Ceremonial and dancesof rr"nt durlnir month _
great events in ,tinue to pray for what we think we obaervano of Friendship Bal. March I. 111.11 ____h.. .ISltl.04
| among the peoples, and gath- His life. If he being the Son of at 8 o'cloCk. other races are given, all dtelgned to Increase International und.natandinp nut. NO< n /4 5
Tthem from the countries, andg God, needed constant need, but always in the spirit, "Thy A cordial Invitation to all our and friendship. The picture shows one of the girls being Overdraft Feb 1, 1831 .___
communication
Heoelpt durln. month .. __ t
will be done. 1.79
them into their own land; I' with God, so much the more ervices extended to all. dreeeed In Mexican costume while behind, her U a tapestry repreeenUngthe Warrants durlnir month __ tin
Mexican calendar. Overdraft March 1. __ lll.'ltn i
the 11)31
I will feed them upon do we who are born strangers need S l)l.t. No* eIteoel
luntalns of Israel, by the water I hat Feb. t, mi
communication. DAILY BIBLE READINGS -. ,|
THE CLAlINDUSTRY OF never been worked, for clams are of dredge. As the belt revolve.
pt.Rai. durlnir month .__
Inhabited I.SO
lirsea, and in all of the Then Jesus recited the .
first SOUTHERN FLORIDA to be found In great abundance each row of teeth digs Into the bot- Warrant durln month __ 9.00
bees of the country. parable, "Saying, There Was in a April 24Man's Hal. March 1. 1K31>> ________ U.lt "
with What is probably the largest bed near shore where the water Is very tom and carries clams and soil 1)1.5 F4
feed them good up "
&4. I will city a judge, which feared not God, of hard clams In the United StatesIs shallow and protection la afforded Rat Fee 1, mi _________ h Its.la
Lture, and upon the mountains neither regarded man; And there Wisdom Folly The Lord which: on the downward turn, are Rncelpt durln* month ..___ I.TI>> i,
of Israel shall theird tringeth the counsel of the heathen to be found off the southwest from the sea. deposited on a moving wooden con Warrant during month __
height
the was widow In
a that city; and she Bal. March, 1, ml __ JZ _
coast of Florida, in the region of Two methods are used In u 141.S9u
be: there shall they lie downa came unto him, saying, Avenge me to nought: he maketh the devices procuring veyor, the receiving end of whichis Ulet. N., 11
of the of effect the Ten Thousand Islands. The the clams, hand digging and under water. As the BaL .b. 1. 1(31 U,1It 2
good fold; and in a fat pasture of mine people none conveyor -.r
adversary. And he would bed Is about'40 miles long and fi dredging. No tongs are used In the Iteoelpt during month,... 11.1T
moves waterto
Psalm 13:10.I upward through
jnjl they feed upon the mountains not for a while but afterward he : WarrAnt. during month _
IsraeL said within ; I What Is the prayer of the penitent miles wide, and it is estimated to this region, for the clams are too the floor of the boat the clams Dal. March: 1. lUt ______ a i
himself, though I fear contain an area of nearly 150 abundant and accessible to .. 1)1.4. N.. IV
15. I myself will be the shepherd not God, nor regard man; Yet because ? Answer, read-Psalm 51:1: require are partially cleansed of mud and Bal. . 1, mi _____?_,,. HOTS
I and I will cause them 3. square miles which produces clams. such apparatus. Furthermore the are more easily handled by the Heoelpt during month __ |,'g
my sheep this widow troubleth me, I The southern part of this bed Is consistency of the soil, which Is Warrant during month ....
i lie down, saith the Lord Jehov- will avenge her, lest by her continual pickers. The clams are picked from Bal. March I. 1931 ____..._,._ 131.It 4
April 25 about 70 miles from Key West sticky mud, would render tonging the moving conveyor and the remaining '"* *.. I. 9

coming she weary me." The Florida hard clam (Venus difficult. mud and dead shells Ral.lI'lIb. 1, IK.11 ___..,_._ 11.11
128. And I will make them and The "Judge" here referred to was Jesus Bald-Blessed are the pure are Receipt during month .-__ cDal
mercenarla mortonl) bears a close Hand digging can be done at all automatically dumped back Into Warrant durlnir month _,_ 1100>>
places round about my hill a probably a subordinate Roman n heart; for they shall see God.- resemblance .to,, the New England times, except, perhaps, when the the sea.duced March I.t. lilt _. -__...-. 611.1$
jaing; and I will cause the show judge over one of the districts of Matt 5:8.What: ul." No' > IS
| down in its season quahaug (V. mercenaria). It Is tide Is at its highest point The in this region are utlllzedetn rial. Feb. 1, mi ____ __.._ tll." '
to come ; Palestine. The "Widow" was doubt test did Jesus lay downor difficult, to separate the two varieties diggers keep pace with the tides, I Practically all the clams produced Recelpte during month ,_ 18.11 '
ere shall be showers of blessing. less one of the "Widows indeed detecting false prophets? An- Warrant during month __
when comparing specimens working away from shore duringthe In this region are utilized by Hal. March: 1. mi _____._.. 114."
|Prayer- referred to in the New Testament, wer, read Matt. 71520. 3 to 3 1.2 Inches in length, but In ebb and, toward the shore dur- two canneries, one of which Is located ? '".*. .. *.
I Love that will let me . Feb. 1. IUl _________
go who had one on whom she could II."
general the southern clam attaint ing the flood. To work with 1
soul Thee April 26 any at Marco and the other at Uerelpt durlnir-month -__ I.TO ,
est my weary on ; depend to defend her rights. In I a larger size and has a thicker and degree of comfort the maximum Caxambas, Lee county. The Marco Warrant. durlnir month ,?., 11.011

ve Thee back the life I its owe flow, those days the courts were not con Supply Is Sure-Trust in the heavier shell. It is not unusual to depth of water should not be much cannery has an annual capacityof Warrant durlnK l>l.'.. No'month, IT __ GI.03

at In Thine ocean depths" ducted in the same regular, legal Lord, and do good so Shalt thou find these clams weighing more greater than an arm's length. I 100,000 cases of clam preparations Ral. F.b. I, mi>> ____--?_.._ 48.41)
fay richer, fuller be. manner of the courts today. The Ittiovlpt during month -___ 11... r
be than two each. The claims located wadIng
I 'to' fed. pounds are by but the Caxambas factory Is Warrant. during month '
Remember the Sabbath Day, judge "Would not for awhllo" hear i Delight thyself also in the Lord; Clams are found In varying about' In the water, for which somewhat amaller.Quickly Bal. March 1. mi ______!__ eo.s

jeep it Holy-Exodus 20:3.: Go to her case. Some think he was waitIng i and he shall give thee the desires abundance from Gulllvan's Bay to reason this method Is sometimes Overdraft Feb.DIM.1,N.IOU.. 11_?..,.. $56.T0 .

urch Sunday. to be bribed as was Felix at 'of thine heart Psalm 37: 3, 4. Shark Point The bed gradually called "treading clams. When a'' Keoelpt durlnir month _?_ le..'

Cesarea, when he continued Paul's What makes the child of God widens from Coon Key to Pavilllon clam Is located with the foot It Overdraft Warrant durlnir Mar.: 1, month 1D31, _?__. m:&: '

case, saying, "When I have a con secure against fear and evil? Answer Key, and thence continues to Por- removed from the mud with a la'i I.MTICHMKT.A HINKINU II'UNU

venient season, I will call for thee Point after which It tined fork 6-lnch nil. Feb I, UU _____?_-.1t01.n d
SUNDAY SCHOOL read Psalm 91: 5, 6, 9, 10. poise narrows having a handle. 3. ., llecelpt during month __M. IOI.n
LESSONFOR and Acts 14:26: adds: "He hoped until Shark Point Is reached. Below Each hand digger equipped with: f Wararnt durln* month __

also that money should have been April 27 Shark Point the bottom Is a small flat bottom boat In which i U' Bal. March I, milllet.. We.___IN___.U09.l4

given him of Paul, that he might I Christian Confidence This Is mostly of firm sand and Is unsuitable the claims are deposited as they : Bal. Feb. 1. miIteoelpt >> _____..,., (T.('
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APRIL 26, 1931 loose him: wherefore he sent for for the growth of clams. are dug. When a boat Is filled, It during, month ___ "..,
.the confidence that we have In him, Warrant durlnir month __,_
him the oftener, and communed that If we ask any thing according The clams are very plentiful overa Is placed or pushed to shore, where Hal.' March 1. till _____,_ 111.61DI.trlet

I SUbject:.Prayer with hint" to his willhe heareth us.1 large part eC, hovbed. and no difficulty the clams are cached In shallow Bal. Feb. 1, 131 Ko. aa_ 10m.l

I Golden Text: "Lord, Teach us to But this judge who "Feared not John 5:14.How is encountered In finding a water to await the arrival of a'' Keoelpt during month 74.70 +

fray." Luke 11:1.: :God, neither regarded man," may suitable locality for digging. The "run-boat" that takes them to the Warrant durlnir month ... 850.00 m
wise of the .
the Bal. _
were men March 1, IBS I .______ 1181..3
I Time of Lesson March, A. D. have cared little- for the rights of East directed to the birthplace of areas of greatest abundance occur canneries. I hereby certify that the tor....- i

,1 about one month before the I the widow, yet because of her continued immediately north to northwest of Dredging Is by far the moat efficient In* etatement. showing balancee at k
Jesus Answer, read -Matt. 2:1-: the b .lnnln. and at the ending of a
clfixlon. I coming and prayers for relief 10. Pavilllon Key between Seminole: method of procuring clams. th. month herein above elated and

[ Introduction: "We are told bye I decided to hear and decide her and Porpoise Points, and west of The dredge used In this section of.during th. receipt said month and, cnrrpond warrant l I.with......

materialists that it Is foolish case. Jesus then said, "And shall April %8God's Clam Point There are places is of a unique type, one that Is not Bleaches the record of my office, and I* true

i think that any one can pray toe not God avenge his own elect, where few or no clams are found used In any other part of the and correct to the beat of my knowledge .
and belief. 1 a mo certify that i
e Creator of the natural laws of which cry day and night unto him, Word Stands The grass and as a rule none are present world. In general appearance it Muddy SkinsDull the following I I. a lint of all county

|i e universe with any assurance of though he bear long with them? I withereth, the flower fadeth: but within a few hundred feet of shore. resembles a houseboat It U 90 feet depoeltorl, showing the balance In vi *la
ordinary vanish each at the doss of the
month here
avlng our prayersanswered.. e tell you that he will avenge them the word of our God shall standor Along the coast of the Ten long and 20 feet wide, and has two at blemishes and appearances defective fut r.1 in first staled and the amount of

r It might seem probable that God, speedily.", ever.-Isaiah 40: 8. Thousand Islands the shore slopes stories. The machinery Is locatedIn are forgotten under the lure of the and security amount by 01'interest*ooh, paid depository credited ,

gut of solely as Creator of the A writer says, 'Prayer bathes How are the steps of a good man very gradually into the Gulf. At one end of the boat the digger bewitching beauty Instantly rendered durlnsr said month by each or Bald lon

tural order, would not answer the soul In an atmosphere of the directed? Answer, read Psalm one mile off shore the depth varies In the middle, and the other end is Beneficial In correctingtan depoaltory account of curr..' y
dally balance time .
ayers for help outside or beyonde divine presence. Prayer communes 37:23 24. from to 7 feet at mean low tide, a storage place for the clams. The flabbiness, freckle wrinkle. my' or hand this deposits.Wltnus II day .(

e regular flow of events and In. 1 with God and brings the whole April 29 and from there, to the 5 mile line second story Is devoted to' sleepingquarters OOtMUUO' January, mi.A.. J. OTUFFIS.'!

uences, it does seem reasonable .mind under the hallowed Influence the slope Is about 2 feet per mile. and mess room. County 8upterlntend

d natural that as Father He of such: communion. Prayer goes Trust Him Always Commit Because of tS(a,. small depth of The digger consists of a power OR1ENT4l 1 1MAITEIL'I

ould answer the prayers of Hisdren. .to God to, seek pardon and find thy way unto the Lord; trust also water, the clams can readily be driven chain belt equipped with 0 CREAM SALHNo P

How could he be' our mercy and grace to help." in Hun.-Psalm 37: B. I taken over the entire bar. The offshore rows of Iron teeth, 6 inches In *la* I.1 f/lven that anll...'' and

ther and< not listen to earnest Then Jesus "Spake this parable To whom should you commit part of that bed, however, has length set at an angle to the floor w"..... n.... end .......1 .tied.e by virtu. of that'certain final, decree
entered April (th. 1911, by Hon.
A. Z. Adkln, judge of circuit curt
.. of firadford County., Florida, In the

I[DOROTHY DAKNIT By Charles McManus-j which foreclosure Alfred suit therein o+o"b'J'I pending Complainant In s sare

.. and Arthur W. at a.,
'defendant, the underelrned will
THE BOSS PMOKIED AH*. COMMENCING: I'M GLAD I'I [ MR. JOSHEiwlU- TAKE THIS LEDGER RlCHT WCLU-1TSA CINCH I ...1to blvheet bldd.r for oa.h. dur-.
NERD: legal hour of sale
Dti RIGNT ) SIR nm on Mondayhe
AND WANTS You TO MAKE A PAL DRESSED UP IV 91R HOME witHYto AND r; V/OULDrlT woRKAL1. NICi4T 4th of ", 1911, the following

to MEET HIM AT Of ME- EH? I'LL. HELL PRaDA01.Y h ; HAVEIT READY IM THE r"1MORMIMG UNLESS I MAO fo I'O County lands lyln snb to-wltt bung In Bradford

HIS CLUB f3E THERETo WANT ME FOR ME-WORK OulT T1MT Jog IF 1 Wf13N'T Weet: r; Wd:1 Houthweet quarterof

-NICNT V e 4 TO AIL NICHT IF Yes) HAVE 50 IM Po TANTO Northeast quarter and North half
of Northwest quarter and Houtheaetuarter
DIME Tot of Northwest quarter andfractional
flouthweat quarter except
Lot I, all In "."UOI1 U, Township 1
Mouth, Kan. II Na.t.If. .
M. .JOHN" t
r Special a6ster
r D. E. KNIGHT A. H. V. KNIOUT,
Bolloltor for Complainant.
-IO.tt..2..
$ t

C NoT/cr or .LIIICI'IO 4
O By the power wasted In them by
he law of Florida the Board of
Public Instruction of Bradford e'....
tl' all* an election. to be held at
Vanderbilt B-ib-DUtrlot No. it on
April lltb 1111, for the purpose *t
electing three truatee and determining -
i the mlllac to be a........ In
MM dletrlot.I
For the purpose of bolding said # f'
election the manacer are a. fol- (
owe: lvr Norman ICerby Crew,
and San Y
.. WbltebeevlIt '
D. VAT
- ... .l wn.K s C.By"L" I Chairman.aeeretary. i
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41nitll .JbJ OH MM* \ f If' oe f4IL&.O I ,In rlorl.Clrevlt.... Court In Chancery, Bradford .Counf -
1
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MAlt DOG 7t1. BIi" -DlKJt1e T
..COHPIET6 lEcnJnkrswSgSwEII U440NS R2CM ALL SMNE Yo- o 'I-CJJI* 1 da Carter Def., ant.
HER l j S4AT Ewa 4Q It affidavit
O\JT- appearing; by appended
BANKER qK ON to the lull filed In be above elated
COYNC TAWS cmrcEGETTU'lG oatte that Ida Carter, the defendant
c' herein named I I. a non-reeldeot of t
s ON e Q
SWIMMW6 LESSONS t5H fepFArE9NT) { he state of Florida, and she I I. a
FINE VITVI HtJ" resident of the town of Homervllle.Itate w
of Dennis, and vete her mall
J.P. RUB61t1a- LE I In eare of It. J. Jordan .and I. over q
C'OtHE. CU2 LOCAl. the ace of Twenty-one ,..rL .
'TocK:: It. 9WMM- It le therefore ordered' that aid
non-reeldent defendant be and !.
146BMadR.! i
I LESSON YCSTOZOAV ef/ -yr9r1 ta tlt'I lereby required to appear to the
FI201'1 CCCA COSMETIC 1 bill I of Complaint filed In said cause
,MS 6 on or before the 4th day of Mar A. / +
WURDREiSER) FB1END.MAOI D. I II. olnerwlee the .*;. ; of 1
It' ...... aid bill for diverge will be taken a.
> 11) TEUBANKEB O onfeeeed by said defendant It I*
R CCWMia :: .' further ordered that this order be
I 1'Tl'n' < TO 'SMM published one a week for four eon-
.. ... wake la the Hradfor4'
I "NMft WEB Ctt OH taps r bounty Telegraph, a 1I..p...... puttIt. -
."... In arc county and etate.
This Marco list A. I), 131. r

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PAGE ElOft BatADVOKn COUNTY TELEGRAPH. 8TA LRE, FLORIDA FRIDAY. APRIL
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I From comments over the stateon the path of poverty 1 v., 1.- the municipalities ,,are taxed to pacts picking up In New
Bradford County Telegraph eliminate A death and have no relief in alght 'Monday was the y01t
the proposal to some suits and near nakedJJ biggest
From Other Pens I of the Judicial circuits, it appear Thou,!hast destroyed f q'Mt and there ia another important Issue day of the season for L& IhJ
Established 1S7T everyone want to keep their own my happiness; involved. And that la the right of teen cars of straws.shipped

V *. M* M MM BMM MM* My t4 tc s lest self-government. If Palatka that day. With !

Ii Published Weekly en Fridays and Entered as Second Class There are Iota of Andy In this .-Stark* Telegraph. And banker with my hat uf"f Ppri+ ants Add other of the many smaller coming In, the prices havHf...::

Matter at the Post Office at Starke, Florida old world. Starke Telegraph. why not? Nobody wants to give U6 and mortgage the muse \flj produce World municipalities can't protect considerably. -1'1"1"
wholesale houses Joe
And, thank goodness, also Iota of their own good .things 'merely to of my farm; their own Starling and family,,.J '
r i E. S. Matthews ___________________ Owner and Publisher Amoses.-Clermont Rees reduce expense for the whole.- Thou hast caused m\ V')V> U* a ram such raids they may expect sonville. who have been vial i '*

h t a J. C. Robinson ______________ Managing Editor o Bronson Journal, : r rented house In full \\ty, ft the them to pull up stakes be and .move totying mother returned home Sundv*tiMiss
cozkIAk1Dng c>0. That would preferable Mattie
Bradford County Telegraph 0'Even moon while star Harley of
hy Up' wants funds raised to provide loving though'' the' courts have through. the cracks; of the dry rot. vllle spent the first of the
y t SUBSCRIPTION RATE cups for couples living togetherfive -tharthermalcffig. of liquor in Thou preparest a naA) \ k***dan Jobbers who pay local city taxes with her parents Mr. and '

Yearly, $1.50; Six !Months 75c-Payable in Advance year. or more.-Times-Union. the home fof personal' nd familyuse empty stomach fey 'V fa c Rates ApplicationMost _.i_O_..... Is not against the law It still presence of my friend ,* \' city business are certainly entitled Mrs O. A. Anderson WM .-'
Advertising on .
'The Starke Telegraph says: behooves the home liquor maker dr Thou anolntest mf \VII "Us c> *n even break. They would tor to Starke Monday. While,s
"LeVa have that landing field. It brewer to keep still about It. Too ignqrance, superatltl\* ',Avefty vnrdly get thia If outside competitors aha attended the O. E. s.

of the doughboys are just plain boys by this time: will pay Bronaon too, to get on the much publicity* on the subject and unpaid accounts-\ \.// '.:1iD J could hawk their wares right Mrs. O. W. Roberts was 8h
k kr' air map u soon aa circumstances might result in' all the neighbors trust thee? under their noses without being required in Starke Saturday. ,
m. o will permit..;....Bronaon Journal.o coming in and drinking It all up.- Thou bast kept my AJV\:,a out to pay the same city license H.: W. Burney spent Wednetllhj
Abolishing offices does not always mean a saving in _- --.-. Ocala Star. of school, church A/ 'klety, that the home concerns pay Jacksonville. 7

taxes. Some men fools ..o. thereby robbing them A VIE Vhjcu No doubt the Tampa cigar manufacturers Mrs. G. W. Roberts was a vto b
are
naturally
{ 0 others are made so by a woman.-; The Starke Telegraph says: is good and noble, el',jar and : would like to peddle their to Green Cove Springs Friday. '
In immune from Paul Moore of
goods Palatka
Starke Telegraph. But would they "Florida has spent a million and refining; JacksonvilleDM!
It may work out alright when you,insist on your share be if they were not naturally fools one-half doUar.' fer buildings and 'Thou bast caused A.A V* ya to city taxes. If they are sufficiently Sunday with his parents Mr, w

y of the road-if you are driving a truck. any way?-Starke Telegraph. equipment at the prison farm. Conditions the barn and bring out t l \ \>/fo fertilizer anxious they can open stores here. Mrs. J. H..Moore.
"i-- 0 -. there>ar% suth that Florida sacks and ask A/ We to and make this a distributingpoint. Mrs. Myles and two daugblgt
o / V If they are not, then they should of Elza, spent
Tuesday
will never have the troubles existing make me a shirt; with *
:' Florida's death list for eleven months of last year'in automobile enamored A New of York couple the man in other state prisons of the Now, behold, I at.AA' /paidat i be willing, either to pay up like W. C. Wooten. l|

- tF accidents totaled four hundred and ninety. the girl of the the girl's man'a pancakesand poetry, country, and' that assurance Is my friends In my net J\l\t with/ men or stay out. r| A. A. Griffin has returned Dory!
married. worth millions to the state." If the these inscription laty view: o [after an absence of several monuJ
r o got For batter and verseArkansas Telegraph speaks truly the expen "Eighteen per cent aci'ftuate"<\ It foreign waters. I

Vero Beach Press-Journal is waiting to see* how'many Gazette.o--..,.., ditures at lhttate farm are- worth on the breast and "12\>\/\" ''p* the L AWT BYit Mr.and Mr. C. *. Mayo ant(ml
M judicial circuits'of the state will be short circuited. while..:.-BroftsonT Journal.: tall.-Contributed. children of Tampa spent the I
It may be spring time In the :;.. ( m. H. a..7. 005.Mr. weft
-- Fe --0-\, end-here with her parents, Mr, ,utl
y Crr
Rockies, but
Its berry time In Kill This < Mrs. J. H.
Starke andXawt'ey; have shipped _OV' Moore.
One onlooker at a recent house legislative session says the Bradford. Starke Telegraph. rest- Mr. and Mrs. C. Y.
Which la a berry good If so far this season seven hundred (Palatka Daily tfal/j : N Braddock a former Maya w.
next noisiest gathering is a ladies' afternoon bridge club. It was perpetrated by one the even Telegraph. thousand quarts. The packageswere Probably every sma*> \\\AJCl ipal- dent of Lawtey has moved back Mrs. J. H. Moore were shopping k

x oNews' .-Bronson Journal. crated and sent to northern ity in Florida will be f-w (t\ firms here and expect to farm with his Jacksonville Saturday.Mrs. .
market where the demand I* even against the bill Intro ./ N l At the brothertn-law. Mr. T. J. Terry. E. E. Burney was i shopplDc
tx head flurries 'chase spring time from o-- '--
says snow Senato WbU of New York In Starke Friday.
Speaking of the there greater than in the south. Quart legislature by \A Kobt Dingflelder ,
legislature,
Rockies. Now? hope for something to chase it oft the radio. are many who wouldn't mind the of what? Now you suspicious aker. of Hlll borough J t. 6 pta of the firm of Dinflelder and Son

o April session being moved up tenyears. ones, just to satisfy your curiosity bibltlng the levying of tAS upon commission merchants called at
Starke -they were strawberries and they outside concerns doiyt p inees. the borne of A!. :M. Blanchard last
y Black bass is protected against sale in state except Telegraph. Which
every would be brought almost as much as the within their borders. week. FLORIDA
in thla
way "up" case?
ten, and the Florida legislature should cut that number to Ten years ago, or in 194IT-Bron- other kind of quarts and a,better Such a measure, shcj\ >j ft ta enacted Mrs.: E. E. Burney spent Sunday
nine. son Journal. health dividend-more than nine- into law would 4/W/\ ) PX- (Jacksonville with her mother,
-a .- ty thousand dollars from the cash latka alone of more tll/\ y\AOO in Who Is very 111. THEATRE '
k a angle.-Gainesville Daily, Sun. revenue annually, acccr/}M to the Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Blanchardhad GAINESVILLE, FLA.
4 It's a simple matter to lower taxes. Just work out a plan One thing about the Hoover administration ----o-- statement of E. W. VV I1\t; cIty' as their guests Sunday their '
it corneredthe
whereby everyone had to pay a just share of taxes and pay itt corners. certainly Starke Telegraph.And W P. Smith, who has been operating commissioner. It wouy l:jfVt other daughter and son-in-law Mr and
'when'due. nobody has yet discovered a stave mill tor some time at municipalities in) yf\ :\/titiciU Mr*. J. B. Dye and two sons, of Program Week Apr. ii

what corner whatever we've been I Watertown, baa moved.his mill and waysBut Jacksonville: Joe Whipple of Jack-
o forgetting the 4\jVUW\ looking for .la around.--...Inverness family tav8tarka.. 1 He states that I \
TODAY
the revenue-a most impoyP\/\f/\ 'Ape to XXugflelder l of New York.' Mr.
Head of a soup company left an estate of a hundred mil Chronicle. heart yellow-inlne Dumber ,for
staves 1 out around this period of financial A"l. wben Diogflelder reports business pros-
lIearlY-I layed
'
lion dollars, accumulated through a firm belief in advertising ----o Watertown and that there Is a fine y Y' ..= Will RogersIn
Rumors of high winds In West
t: and water. stand of around Starke. As at
Florida first of the week
came Watertown,the stave mill Is owned
o
right on the heels of the assemblying ; by Mr. Smlth....wha.i*.assisted in 'A Connecticut Yankeein
A tip for Florida legislators Minnesota exempts two legislators. Starke Tele- FRIENDLESS
i; the work by his eons, W. P. Smith,
tiA wheeled trailers from license tax where they are used with for rraph.they And expected no one Just was that.-Bron-surprised Jr., and Kldrldge;Smith. He la 'King Arthur's Court
starting at Starke with
up many
pleasure cars. on Journal. advance orders and with fifty em- We try to tfiytoir. ft\ \ depositors feel that we are See Will Rogers as a Knight It

i,':i.!!' o -o -- ployes, twenty-five; at the mill and their real friyfyV We want them to know that old
\ w Before you do too much kicking on the amount of taxes The Times-Union thinks that twenty-five in the woods. Starke > Added Comedy and New
consultation \f\i\t\ \\ slur officers la welcomed . on
convicts build better roads than welcomes this Industry, which
new
;t'paid. for our schools, figure how little it is compared to books
)1 R politics. And we think that the will add considerably to its business business or fty'*JAftl affairs in which seasoned advice .

,If{; and "extras. tate road department. a political life.-Times-Union. may helJf'f'\\|'I0 personal contact is but one of SATURDAY
\, 0" body, using convicts baa built the D
test road in Florida.Bronaon Hick Town.DefinedA the many adfes\: of having your account here. George BancroftIn
fi. If,all the foolish words spoken by a young man in the '
Florida moonlight end to end the girl could still Journal. hick town i* a place where r .
;;? were placed o everybody Is interested in bow a Hm.o

ti swallow them. The Starke Telegraph thinks widow spend the {nsurance. "Scandal Sheet"

0 that because some drug stores oc- Where the be.nksbas, only three .
corner Iota they are expectedto vice With
t There will be a big bridge party without cards when the cupy carry everything the public presidents.Where ,the Are ,department always -

t New River bridge on state road 28 is thrown open to the pub might call for. Possibly but then get to the blaze In time to Kay Francis, Cure

lic on May 15th ota of other folks fall down on save the lot. 1
their locations worse than the cor- Where the players have to shoo Brook
'str I o ner drug stores.-Bronaon Journal. the cow off the Tom Thumb course
1 A state board of laundry examiners has been proposed in i C before they can play. Added Karl Dane & Ceo. Arthur

1 a senate bill. Perhaps that senator wants to know what goes A suggestion baa been made to Where a stranger can locate the '-Comedy and Cartoon
'I double the amount of radio advertising restaurant by the bun of flies.
with all his buttons.
time and give away sets instead Where there are more baby buggies & TuesdayDISHONORED"
Monday
o of selling them. .Well static than bantam cars. -t

'? Florida will not tolerate any Sunday "Blue Law" legislation might prove to be a blessing. Where the sound of a blowout _r' TIVI "
Starke Telegraph. One never can make the people Chuckle Instead
and those sponsoring such bills might as well devote their
tell what might happen.-Bronaon of duck.-Pathfinder. WithMarlene
time to other matters.
Journal.
-i O I _.
i o 0 Poor Old.Adam I Dietrich
Dorothy Dlx hands out"information that is already well The straw lid season will soon be --, e, b (" tt N
on us.-Starke Telegraph. But all Tb*thing that bother chap; ,today "' : =: Victor McLaglenAdded
known to husbands when she said a man must be a liar to get of us won't soon be wearing 'etri. That never'bothered; Adam ';' ", Cartoon, Comedy <

along beautifully with his wife: Many folks started a couple of The same old:offioai'day by day, I I .. ,News
weeks ago, but the weather man The lawn to-mow,
o decreed that it would be more appropriate 'The flower to. spray The BANK of STARKE
The'main difference between the life sentence WEDNESDAYMarion
tf pronounced to wait a while before The everlasting rent to pay .
; by a judge and that of a preacher is the time off allowedby dooming out too conspicuously.Ironson .- Old Adam never bad 'em. -

the former for good behavior. Journalu : AN JWWR ROLL BANKE. DaviesIn
th'jOYI
But think of1 all and cheer
o Chautauqua Week In Lake City That never came to Adam s. Matthe,,A, fr 8. B. 'J. Davis, Cashier I "It's a Wise Child"

From the way bills are being introduced to abolish offices, next week. Let's all go if we haveto The thot of Christmas once a yearA Added-Comedy, Act and Newt

?" .the,session will likely wind up with a few additional new ones, sell a shirt to buy a ticket and game of golf ".. ...
aid Lake Gaette.
a good cause.- City A yacth to steer
;' and all the old still in existence.
ones Don't worry. If you're one br bottles full of nearly beer
o of the guarantors, you'll have to Old Adam never had 'em.

Perhaps you have noticed that the home owners who take sell several shirts if the chautau- -
promoters fall to get all of Life must have been track
qua| a weary
I- J pride in keeping their property in good condition are usually
heir graft from the public. For dear old, queer old Adam ANDREWS STORE DEALERS IN
the! ones who are"penllized! with an extra tax assessment. p-' Without a place;!J o cash a check
o Columbia county has a, farmer I :No motor car
who has) farmed the aame land for race wreck '
To and
President Hoover had two bottles of juice he broughtin
cane 70 He should be listed
year among No one-piece. bathing suit, by heck Majestic RadiosMM
from Porto Rico thrown overboard by inspectoral They are the veterana. Stark Telegraph 'r; Fob 11*e. he"'never had 'em.tfowa'Herald..

hard-boiled with the president and "leaky" congressmen:: We believe that veterans of the --Reddla: ,. {. .
plowshare).(such a* Mr. Pennard) .=o V.i.
o are aa much entitled to compensation Thug 'Volstead Ovetooked ,
Putnam county does not want to be "submerged and over aa are the veterans of.our The canine breed ban kept their :: '
shadowed",by being linked with Duval in a congressional district wars.-Lake City Gasette. whine '._ lne Chak used in its new line of Receivers

i: says the Palatka Daily News, and suggests that;Brad e The schooners-still make port. Md/A'has/ put all the marvelous selectivity of the
Talking about chewers and The
gum undertaken'tend the bier
Y/; V ford and Columbia should not object strenuously_because cotton the Stark ,Telegraph says The hone have) their snort ," SU1'Veterodyne\ Circuit. The proven power and 1

uth8l"8is1esa that Duval could hog from them. .That's,an that following the announcement The nanny Jump from Jag' to senritfiidty of the Screen ,Grid Tube'.Plus the 'final
nest' confession anyway. hat the Wrigley Chewing Gum jac '- "- M ion n t distortion made possible by)-Multi.
I
tj .Corp.. la going to buy Southern cotter ,The crows retain heir hop elIK '

Le's 0 .. gum masticators are wonderIng The lawyers. hang around. the I
''Another late "improvement" in postal service is: for baggage what's ahead of them Our answers M t:22: has
I bar.Th an Tube Chaais lowboy
Eight
and Cotton by gwmt-Galnee- Judge a case ne'er drope.Tlae ,
men on local trains to handle second class parcel v
Coi\ jYA tn true Sheraton
vlll Daily Sun. mountain-height retain design, its control panel of
post, throwing.off the sacks at the proper towns, provided i i O '".._ their still, mat ." d butt walnut edged with attractive arched

;L hay fever; spring fever or general somnolence' does not pre- An adult: ,"according to a physician The Scots get Just" 'as tight. m01i'' J jh fluted corner posts and.

vent. Eventually someone in authority is going to have a la a person who has stopped Th"-woods, .are,fined. -with wallows -, cor carvings in upper
-
4* growing at both end and started qtJ1. Dynamic Speaker and Tone Control '
bright Idea and let the postmasters substitute for the:bag.
growing In the middle.-Statke And the mOOD'tII fun at night, .
t gagemen'scrambling for their sacks. Telegraph. And the society editors The house yet!or* getting tiled. "
_ o wants to know'how come the editor The bluenoed map are wry, Compete Installed
$97.50
la still a child with all the middle The toe produce the potent corn. ,
How many businesses of the state would agree to pay 20 he's carrying around.-Roy And crab strong nip supply,

percent of their gross,daily' revenue as a tax to the state? Child In Bronaon Journal The darkles cotten to the gin,

i How many could stay in business if forced to turn over 20 I -o---.. The bear I* stla a. bruin,' t:4Je: In and look It over, or lDe will give you a

cents of every dollar taken in each day, in addition to other aaya Times-Union: "Great Gas editorial Bag Valueless headline The Let,the*eane dry* brings be up and forth doin'l spirit, de1f\l4Nt't"don( at your home.

u expenses? Yet Representative Smith from Columbia county ..JD War. But think of the fun they -. -.Anon.' ,

has introduced such a bill ta tax all types of Florida amuse- have afterward In telling how they -0---- '

ment'places. No doubt.Mr. S nyth> *ill be. the won-,the 'wr.8ta.flt: Telegraph. A Psalm el CotUn ' Andrews
; ; willingto hay 'not all the "great ga bags" Cotton thou ut mysbepbel'd Store
pi tncltidehi owb"busrn'ess.lf SLY for fife -- : :
bill amended to ; more ,* lIIe taaemM1 tewinnnrthewar. and I am In want; :

rt businesses( taxed out of existence the better off the-state will They..e equally valu.l.M In ,Thou hast caused m* to feed In .

be for revenues; the: JournaL pursuit ,of peacew a dry pasture, thou hast destroyed r1y 'rt; "1r "
\ my credit; thou hast led ,m* Into



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