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Title: Bradford County telegraph
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Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke, Fla.
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Publication Date: May 1, 1931
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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[ EXERCISES OF Mayo Optimistic RECEIPTS 'FOR 'Last Week In BOYS' CLUB WORK MAKING ,




.WORD COUNTY< HIGH SCHOOL About Fanning SEASON, TOTAL The Legislature PROGRESS IN THIS COUNTYTAXPAYERS



L Bradford-High School ComJUnent EVERGLADES TRUCKPLANTINGS Importations -Decrease $30,000,000 HALF MILLION -
(By Florida Press Association NOW HAVE
SHOW '
.
exercises began SlID.evening TOTAL In Over 100 boy have enrolled In
Three Yew
UNTIL JUNE 15
OF ".819 ACRES Correspondent.) BEFORE the
eight o'clock In the various projects in the 4-H
at
-....... THEY ARE DELINQUENT
T auditorium with the Club work this year under the supervision d
school The legislature moved smoothly
ureate sermon. Dr. O, P.mond Canal Point, Fla., April 24.-According -. Nathan Mayo state commissioner Total of &&0Oft quart Bring through a mass of detailed work Tallahassee- of Mr. I. T. Dyer county
delivered the sermon and to a recent survey made In of agriculture, Is optimistic Reveoiw to'Grower. of April 28.Taxpay agent in Bradford county The)
the committees cleanIng .
past week -
other ministers of the Everglades there ha been about farming conditions In Flor- f311 UO I ers In Florida have until June IS largest number are taking up the r
by much of the work before
laaslated up for of the 1930 taxes.
planted a total of 83,619: acres of ida. The commissioner spent the payment corn club work In which they grow
to I them and both house plainly indicating A bill for the extension
truck crops this season, In that week-end at his home in Summer- providing one acre of corn using the beat
splendid and enjoyable pro- Volume of strawbettrltfa moving a desire to keep thing moving of time
paaaad by the senate
section. field, having down
Plantings In late February come from Tal- method known in cultivation andr.rtlll..tlon b'
fol.lonalMr.
i for the evening was as from the Starke-Lawtey platforms with a minimum of delay and and the house of representatives,
: through March amountedto lahassee. He was in Ucala Saturday to make the moat corn
during the week ending Wednesday yet on several occasion member became law last
i a midnight without
approximately 9,619 of afternoon and the fol. at the least cost. Then a considerable -
acres gave
A.
F Long. night amounted to'486,048 quarts, refused to have matters of statewide Governor Cantons signature.The .
which 2,873 lowing Interview to the Ocala Ban- < number are
: acres was ground that growing one
Geo. H.
tytiire reading-Dr. a decrease from the precedingweek Importance pasted upon hurriedly chief executive did not veto
had not been In cultivation before ner: acre each In the crotalarla club.
of more than 150,000 quart and without due consideration. the measure but he did not sign It
this -season. The double croppedand "Purchase of farm from Crotalarla Is a new crop which has
lyer-Rev. W. F. Jones.rua.GlorlaMozart products Price have been steady during theweek and the state constitution says he
Interplanted plantings total outside of the proved very valuable aa a soil i
-. Choir state has been curtailed an of 18 cent
average per At the conclusion of sessions for must act within five days after receiving
builder well
6.746 acres. at least as as a money crop In E
L all churches., $30,000,000 In the quart being maintained at both the week Governor Carlton made bills passed by the loglrlature -
the seed. The will
Late) planting are divided as last three Mr. marketing boy
; said
Dr. O. P.' Raymond. years Kayo platforms. The Starke movement the following statement. "A good or they automatically become
Improve their land with this
follows
: Beans 6,208 cropto
acres, peppers pointing to this fact 1
as evidence was entirely by and truck I laws.Governor.
nedlctlon Dr. Goo. H Lowry.. express .deal baa been accomplished In the
increase the of
tomatoes yield corn oa
14. 1.160. potatoes 601, of the of
growth in
the
agriculture
evening April 27th no freight refrigerators rolling for :matter of removal and suspensions Carltou did sign several
Monday their club In the
future. i
j acre
okra 24, Lima beans 131, corn 910, state.
[ "Engaged by Wed- the entire week.. :Although the vol- leaving the state clear forlegislative minor bill. and resolutions approved -
senior play Th pig club work to be
promise
English 159, cabbage 60 The Is'
peas business
peanuts dairy he stated
ume decreased from 647,360 quarts the two branches
work of the
y", by G. A. Owen was en- solely. Constructive by one of the best projects In the
and ,
100 miscellaneous 103
Thls play with Its splen- growing by leaps and bounds. Only II last week. slightly over 486,000 work 1* being done with a view legislature sine the opening of the county as there I IB a growing Interest -

cast was directed by Miss Haddleton acres.. 45,000 gallons of fluid milk was quarts for thi,w ek, prices ranged I of cutting down expenses and also 1931 session among the farmers In the
Imported into Florida this past. practically the same for both
consideration Is
and assisted by Miss being given new production of better hogs. Each
,1 Griffin and Miss Eetelle Da-,, SUPREME COURT winter, the commissioner said. I week*from $3.74 for a few..tUe* sources of revenue for meeting EVANS STORE UNDER boy will get a pure bred gilt of
SUSTAINS ORDER "The Importation of milk has
to around IT.OO a crate.
1st the piano proved. be one been school requirements and relievingthe NEW MANAGEMENT some good breed and grow It out
reduced from about 800,000 The week' movement was divided general property tax. It It
|he moat entertaining ever pre. myjudgment according to directions furnishedby
The state court late to 400,000 gallons to 48,000 gallons with 288,000 for the Law-
quarts
ed.' supreme that this program should The Evans Food Stores announce the county agent. Mr. Dyer
Wednesday upheld the court of since the milk bill was passedat tey platform and, 198,048 quarts be worked out and If the
together ii
e cast of characters was as this week the reopening of their believe in good hogs; and to hopIng -
Leon In that the last session of the legislature from Starke., Th volume for
county holding manufacturers the legislature will accompllaB this 'l
under to
brs: Starke store new management get every corn club boy to
the laziest In of commercial fertilizer he said. The milk, bill, be remaining part Of the season Is purpose with proper safeguard
artin Henry man A. P. Schnell taking charge take up the pig club work this
county-Lester Price Robinson cannot be required by the state pointed out, requires that milk be somewhat uncertain, owing to around It, It will have rendered a first of the week. Considerable Improvements .
commissioner of agriculture to labeled and that the place of its many of the growers reporting great and service to the year.A
necessary
bur WaUion-Milton Brown.k have been made to the number of boys have also enrolled -
mark their products in such a way origin be given., their plants radically exhausted: state. The real problem la keep- tore, the interior being remodeled In the poultry club and are {
as to show the materials used in :Mr. ,Mayo was asked what he while other have field showing Ing the entire program before us
aDd repainted and shelving being raising fifty or more chick this
Dick friends of Ar-
Ted
-James, Richard, Walnwright the making and the plant food con- considered the next step in the development plenty of bloom and fruit. I and not placing emphasis. on one re-arranged to better display the year under Improved methods. Any

talasd IlL the proc1wt. of the dairy Industry in So far this season baa exceeded I feature of legislation to the neglect new stock of merchandise. Mr. good breed may be selected and
Cox
Futch
i Ralph r The American Agricultural the state. last year by more than 600.000 I .f other
womanensHaul any Schnell extends an Invitation to the I the boy raises them as a distinct
e Abigail Persons; a The next dairy move will be to
Chemical and other makers quarts with more than $120,000 In .
Adklns. company President Whitaker of the senate publlo generally to come In and get project and keeps record on the
of fertilizer attacked the validity establish condensertes and creameries additional revenue. The shipments
state, "The senate commttees acquainted with the new store. cosy, E
| rs. Watson, a gentle person of an act of the 1929 legislature -. ; be replied. "Florida can produce -, for the past week last season were have been at work this week on The 4-H Club work 1 I. a feature
>Thomas. regulating manufacture and I milk as cheaply as any state." so small they were not recorded.The CONGRESSMAN GREEN IN DE
Lucille Persons.,... Annie Mae measures to present for passage of farm life that to essential to every
sale Of the product. They also The poultry industry In the week' movement: MANDCongressman
which will in my opinion, result In community and every farm boy
tree.rle questioned the construction placedon state has grown tremendously, the Starke, qta.,, ..____...,.198,048 great benefit to the people of Florida - If he 1* to develop properly grow

bllle Jane, Mabel, friends of the act by Nathan Mayo, state commissioner said. Prices are now Lawtey "qts. ,_ _..____..._- 88,000Total In tax relief. These have not Green filled three up {Jo love the farm life, and to develop -
Dora Manning. EvelynImp commissioner of agriculture. Mayo down, he said, but they will returnto peaking engagements on Sunday
yet come before the senate. The the bead,. the hand the)
Thelma Sllcox. would require then! to reveal val- normal and there will be money quarts ...._486.048 moat Important measures this weekto giving Memorial Day addressee In heart and the health.

V&ry, Martin Henry' aunt, aIk uable trade secret,' they protested.The . made in poultry raising in Florida. Previously reported __2.018.796 be acted upon by the senate Starke, Gainesville and Cross City. STIES --

at the Persons'-Melba?SU- supreme court did not pass I Up until a year ago, he pointed out, were the adoption of the resolution He spoke In Cross City at 8 o'clock FOR FIFTH PLACE

on the validity, of the legislativeact there had never been a carload of Total to date. qt... _-2.304,844 permitting the constitutional Sunday' night the two previousenca&emente -
jieii, a guest at the dance-LouI poultry sold In the state. In the '..
but afflrmd. the lower court'adecree amendment providing for the levyIng ., being In the after Bradford County High School
I Edwards. granting the manufacturers past year 26 cars of poultry were Receipts for- week __.* 87,488.64 and collection of Income tax : noon. In addition to these the even though this wa Its first yearof

gypsy -'Dorothy Smith. an order against the commissioner loaded, not including shipments by Previously reported __ 4I11, U.1S6 and the adoption of the constitu- congressman gave the commencement commercial work decided to ester !
and gypsy"":-Alice Fernandes. truck. Most of the carloads, Mr. tional amendment creating the additional address for the Trenton High the contest taking place at

,large number of young'men WINS PERSONAL INJURY I Mayo said, were sold In the state. Total to date _____._*338,731.20 justice of the state supreme School on Tuesday and I* booked Daytona. April 11. We are very
I women at the dance, bazaar, CASEIn "The peanut hog Is fast coming *) court. for several additional speaking much pleased with the results of q1

into Its own," said the commissioner. TRIBUTE. IS PAID TO MEMORY dates during May and June. the contestIn
ct I-Scene 1-Th* lawn be- a suit, In' the Federal court "Peanut pork Is now regradedas OF STATE CHEMIST: Speaker of the House E. Clay Congressman Green Is a popular the first year typewritinggroup

the Watson's and Persons' for New-York City. In the case of the finest eating meat. The Lewis said "The most Important speaker and draws a large audience there were thirty-two contestants

Time th* night of theca W. J. Pierce v* Joseph David for Smithfield hams of Virginia are Governor Carlton Give StatementOn bit of legislation passed by the wherever he goes. He Is called representing, eleven high

4 personal Injuries, the local law firm from peanut fed hogs." Death of Reins K BoN house this week was the Inheritance on by organization vn outside schools Miami High School won

t II-8cen. n -. Sam as of D. E. Knight and H. V. Knight There la a great future in Florida tax measure with the amendment his district to such an extent first prize, Avon Park High School

11. Time the next afternoon.t .- recovered a verdict for S9.000 on for home consumption of baby Official Florida Saturday In Tallahassee ; concurred In by the senate that b* bas been forced to decline won second prize, Andrew Jackson

in Scene HI Same as April 24th, the suit growing out beef, according to Mr. Maya Re paid tribute to Rufus Edward giving proceeds of the' tax to the several Invitations, his time being High won fourth place while Avon

It Time-Night. of the same of Injuries received by Pierce In said that he did not know of any Rose 84 year Aid state chenv common school of the state. "ad The taken up with official matters. Park and Bradford county High

November 1929, by the reckless thing more beneficial to the state tat who died Friday after servingin house to considerably more tied for fifth plac Thelma An-
onus: Miriam Jacob.; Eloise. driving of a car by David. than tick eradication.The the office for 30 year*. vanced for the period of ,time It MELON CROP WILL BE LATE dreu and Kathryn Weeat represented

II, Lola Long, Lillian Stcrnberg. Following ,the accident, David commissioner was asked The funeral was held late Satur- ha worked than It was at a corresponding this. school. Thelma netted

|ty Hoped, and Murla Weeks left the state at one and returnedto about the taxation situation. day afternoon and wa attended by time during the 1929 Jacksonville, Fla. April 24.- 44 words per minute with sixteen

i proceed of the play amount- his home In New York so that *"We will never bring the state official stat employee and many session. Committees are now hard Henry Water, a melon grower of errors. Kathryn 26 words per minute .
[to 11300. be back until rid of the burdenof of ..th. who at work on Important measure, Snead Fla. Jacksonville
service of process could not we get member ,legislature was a with 23 error;
i Tuesday evening April 28th mad oa him and that necessitated taxation on. real estate," he declared. know the ,veteran chemist.' .StateoUlcea and many bill of Importance will caller at The Packer office early Bradford County High School

i"largest graduating class in the the bringing of the suit In the state .. . were clod eUrtng the hour be placed on the calendar within this. week. According: to Mr. Wes did not enter any shorthand contestants ,
of the school received. dl- of New York. He said that ultimately the tax of the funeral sad,the flag oa the the next few day Among the Important ter the melon crop In that section as they would have been cornti ti,

1IIaI. Only a few months ago this firm on real estate should be abolished capitol was lowered to half mast bills that committees now will b* several weeks late this sea-: peting with second year student

) auditorium was filled to catty 6f attorneys won a fifty thousand entirely. all day. have under consideration and upon Hen due to the very backward, which would have been unfair not

for this annual event, and dollar verdict In a personal injury Governor Doyle E. Carlton paid which I expect an early report are spring. The acreage around i only to the students participatingbut

evening program wa thor- case In Gainesville. POUR RULES 28 BASE DOWN high tribute to the" deceased official the congressional reapportionment Snead and Martanna to. about 600 I to the school as well.

Iy enjoyed by all present. In a statement which h* Issued matter and workman' compensation acre which I I. about 60 per cent ; This report Is of great Interest

vocation Rev. L W. Kick-, TAX BOOKS CLOSE JUNE 1ft Four miles of the base on the from the executive office.. The bUL There are three re- of a normal crop. as It shows how our high school

r. : I Palatka-Florahome link of state statement read: apportionment bill being considered Growers have experienced considerable ranks with the other high school

o solos, (a) "Autuman Song" Tax Collector Knight, has received . road 28 bad been completed up to The flag over the capitol to and a committee substitute for difficulty In getting a over. the state.

Uei haup; (b) "Etude", Wollen-' official notice of the action. Saturday according to Mr H. C. Coating at half mast today a symbol the compensation bill already ha good stand and have had to replant .

p. of the legislature In extending period Richard of Palatka, who was a visitor of the fact that the state I* been favorably acted on by the several times. Now that the BRIDGE: CELEBRATION: MAY 14

i -Prof. lI. H. Carter of of paying taxes to June 15th, to Starke Sunday. The GUles- mourning the Iou of one of her committee but not yet reported.The weather I* Improving, however the -

Uverrtty of Florida. this bill having passed both houses pie Construction Company are revered and honored public officials. house received the budget committee vine are beginning to look much A meeting of committees In
onus i Palatka to Flora- E. stat report this week and the better. The of charge of arrangement for the
"'Buttern,. Butter- and became a law without the signature working from Captain R. Rose principal variety
-HIgh school girls. of ,the governor. Taxes home at present, though It to likely chemist, died yesterday. His passing appropriation committee will begin melon grown In this section to the celebration planned for opening of

don of diplomas-Supt paid before that date will not be they,will move their crews to another brings to a close a' long life work on It early next week. I am Tom Watson although there are the New River Bridge, Bradford

7. .Grun. subject to a penalty.The location to cut the length of of useful public service, SO year of confident this committee will ex many Dixie: Belle and Union counties, will b* held m

action of certificates to same act makes It manda- haul before. they complete the 14- which h* served continuously as pedlt its consideration of the report the courthouse Starke Saturday
r high and submit the appropriationbill BASEBALL MEETING: : MONDAYA afternoon at four o'clock., A full
.... Supt. A. J. Griffto."ntatlon : tory upon the collectors to close mile link. stat chemist. I
., of eertlflcatea to their..,books upon June 13th, no Last of the work on the New "Captain ROM wa a''scientist in a few day*. -- attendant of committee) workers.,

high Supt. A. J.'Prtffto. provision being made for any county -I River bridge baa been 'don and oC not.jPrk to Id Bret appotat- 'X Peter Tomasello, who Introducedthe I meeting, of baseball fans has has been requested. i

Jjj16 of 2.60 each la ,gold to further extend the:time .of' with the final rubbing and Inspection , ment as state chetnftC.,.h* was engaged amendment to the Inheritancetax been called for Monday Bight, 8 Present plan han been movedup

!Presented< to Idly. Cleo Thomas payment of taxes In case they desired It will be In readiness for the: In scientific Investigations measure which will divert the o'clock at the offtc of Mayor Wall .one day those in charge be'f

Chard Long by the) T/; D,1'a. to. Collector Knight calls attention opening celebration on May 14th.! which were the forerunner of remarkable revenue from this source to the where they will meet ,wlth a lieving that practically all town

.Mess. for the beet easy .on to this provision and that It to not known whether It will be. discovert *ad,develop public school fund remarked, !"It commute representing the Ameri- In this territory,will be observing
-0. &! Lee.. he .. also required on June lath to"Imm.dlately thrown open to traffic before that,I. ment .wonderfully'rich soils In to my opinion that one ,step forward can Legion Poet Plan are being the Thursday half--holiday by that

r Graduates! of the 'Senior'class proceed to advertise but It understood an effort will be. the vast area around Lake Okeechob wa made In the solution of. mad for the Legion to sponsor a date; and moved the date from Fri

;: Hazel Adktos. Milton BrownMerrill and sell as provided by law all made to do so, due to the bad condition ** and the remarkable growth one of the greatest problem: with. ball club for Stark this season, day to Thursday on that account.

FLtc1y-Alice Fernan- lands upon which. taxes have not of the detour. .of agriculture In that Motion which the legislature to confronted, and the meeting was called to com Starke to the only town not already

Billy craa ''UenI'J' Ou,.. been paid, and to levy and all all C "Hi long servtc u state cb.tnLt that of providing revenue for the plete arrangements.' starting the Thursday closings, but r'

Guy, witoonlUyes,' Louis personal property upon which the BEATEN: BY BAND was rendered with1 great crdlt public free school system, la causing i several merchants hav*,expressed
.h Georg Tim.. Richard taxes haTe not been paid." and distinction: to himself and honor the proceed of the) Inheritance i Fort Pierce Florida Indian their desIre 'to atari closing their ,

Dora .v.'C ,, Howard Advertising and sale coats will Eugene Hunter, colored, operating to his state. A* chief necuUn.I' tax to be placed In the school fund Canning Co., grapefruit cannery Stores oa May 14. '

, Iris McRa*. Howard Mtoer, b* added to an unpaid taxes on a garage In the northern part. feel that I voice th*-sentiment to go back to the counties to operate ended It* first salon with outputof *) ,

Oventreet, Aanta Mae June .Ifitb, and property owners of town, was forced Into an automobile eta. our people ta Florida la say the public school, Th legU* approximately 60,000 eases of Largo--New equipment Installed

Curtis RouadtrM... Cleo can says themselves this additional late Saturday night by 'a.. lag that the> tate ha suffered the laturv In my opinion to advanced grapefruit and grapefruit Jute" In George Lamb' service station. A,

Alurrlel SUcox. Richard SU- expense by paying their taxes be- party of four or five white men, 'I' IOM of a distinguished-public servant much further than, the 1929 session a,'

Thorn. foreclosing of the collector's office taken out on the Keystone Heights and friend." at a like time. Many.....

Bill W' & wr18hmo' WB- on Saturday June 13th. road to a point near There*** and ... 0CHRIFTY urea which win deal with the major Manorial Day Exercises: Held At +

James Richard Wamwrlgbt, I given a sound beating with a leather CHOSEBTAt Issue will doubUes be considered

Weert and Henry.SUcox ( FINDS STOLEN CAB strap. He' stayed there until within the next tea days. I do not

Craduatea Junior class were: the next morning when lie hired an th KOMting of the North believe I would be very wrong to Crosby Lake Cemetery Sunday tiThe

.R.Adldna, Lubedia Alvarez, Eta- Chief of Police Alvarez arrested automobile to bring him. back to Florida Prbytry.lat>.week" at predicting that the legislature. i

arroa.. .Martha Brownies, WU11 ,Howard, negro'Wednesday town. Lake Mary C. N. Christy of with the matter of another ten ,

Osnova. Idea demon, Car- afternoon In Reno and lodged him No reason was given for the Starke wa elected a* a lay commissioner II day, If not before will have defined W. T. Weeks-Chapter u. D. the music was under the directionof
with to Hunter, andif to tbs general assembly Issues to which,It will give
tLe er N, tooB In the county Jail charged whippIng. according
hu1kner, O., conducted. the annual Memorial Miss Ethel Griffin chairman ofmu.lo. +
iaaulek IEanes. KItty Hope, stealing a Ford coupe from theRaJ'D1ODd be recognized any of the men of the Presbyterian'Church In tb more thought So far, supplemental .
at
Howell. Cerro Construction Companyin who administered the flogging he U. S. ,A. which meet' In Pitts I legislation ha not. consumed day service Crosby cemetery n'
Hutto- LouJO4 Sunday afternoon at 9 o'clock.A Following the sounding or''taps
8. It to himself. burgh May 28 to..JUDe 3Mr, much of the time of the legislatureand
R..1ohu Jacksonville Saturday night is keeping
Ie. Lois Long.sae to attend.' large crowd was present at th* the 'g ova of fifty-six soldiers
effort
to be lean
:
S- Christy plans there
: MckIUaD. 1UDcJa1r Peek, The shabbily dressed negro driving appear Impressive service which wa* 'i In were decorated with flag, wreathe
church
Prather Birth Tb local Presbyterian I the, part of the membership -
attracted displayed on

J4ar1Uer1te PreYatt a practically new machine and flower from
keeping with th* occasion. la addition Amongthose
$nrdet. attention and an Mr. and Mr* Perry Kite son. was represented at the Presbytery : to foster pt scheme than ''
Vro thofficer'* serYlcea'wer.
out of towu'attend1ag the
&" SbVlr'-\ to the a* published.Congressman .
-' program
Bl1.- the discovery April 28th.Mr. meeting by Mr. IL H. Young and measure which,,of .course ,Indicated -
Dorothy SwaA. Investigation led to R. A. Green a .: Mr.. and Mrs J. 8., BUtch
IQ gave
.
&a4 m.e-r. and Mrs >? C. Edwards, tile pastor Dr. Lowry.Palmetto that they are eogntanat.ofIh4
.; of a card la,the machine beloal"IDe splendid talk on "Memorial Day"Mrs of the State Farm, Mrs A. V, {}
P. ; < to,the construction company.Howard Starke. SOB, April 23th.: PalmettoElectricCo. M ,need of the state a* a. whole L. o. Powell, chapter historian Long; Miss Annie Long and :Mr. v,
Bhuf ord
Mrs. sees Hw-
New poItt office to will be held for Duval Mr. and the and a T. Dell of OaIDM'YIUe.k .
er.ctecs county officers.: [tey, ion,April 80th ] ., moved to Haley btOUmg- (Continued on peg.,4.) arranged program




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s-'AOIII TWO hADFOItD COUNTY TELEGRAPH 8TA.JtKF. FLORIDA FRIDAYINAT;
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Spending more than half of Fri man. who would draw the salary amendment proposals to present introduced a bill In the house set I was passed by--the ---..::::

::1 day's session In considering resolu- he now receives, $7,500 annually. license tax laws. One of them, ting up certain admission requirements Florida legislature llentte lit
for students desiring to enter Tu
f Legislative News tions, the senate of the Florida sponsored by Representative John either Institutions.Two vote of 20 to 16 any 'y"
of the two after
Provision for the use of lock nuts E. Mathews of Duval would arise t
legislature adopted a senate con legislative branch
.P. 'J pn automobile license tags to'pre- the license fees charged wholesale educational bids the Spent
time IIIotI
current resolution by Senator J. W. of the
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and retail flab dealers, and Mr. both educational morning&
Introduction of a bill drawn by to guarantee an eight months' Turner, Cedar Key, recommendingto vent thefts would be made by a Mathews estimated that It would committee measures, noon sessions in conni 114 ttt!

Senator Hllburn contemplate reimbursements school period. Members '()f the the appropriations committee, aI'enera.t bill by Senator. J. Turner Butler, bring In 'about $150.000 annually made their way to .the calendar measure. The reading of
to'the various counties admitted need for a t salaries of officials Jacksonville. Failure to use the took, nearly an hour the
legislature a } cut t state in additional revenues. The other Monday in the senate. One carries sod
of monies expended state standard period for schools as they and employes ranging from device would .be deemed a misde- proposal, by Representatives G. O. an appropriation of $9,500,000 for minutes.
highway by the counties. The introduced various bills calling for 25: per cent for those drawing more meanor and yse of a mutilated" tag Lea and A. 0. Rowe of Manatee the common school fund of the -
amount to baaed on the amount standardized eight months term. than / to 10 cent would be considered prima facto A joint
a $7,60O annually per would revise the license tax on state, and the other provides for. leg1slatlve.colllln1tlll
actually expended by the counties for persons receiving; from $1.500 evidence of violation of the law theatrical 'performances, including: the reapportionment of the public roads and highways app\'oItij'\
r and would remit In relieving: taxation Revision of court procedure occupied to $2,400 a' year. The resolution, I A charge of five cents a tag would road shows and motion pictures, on free school fund, the one-mill plan to reallocate money r
.. : In the various counties in direct a large part of the leglsiature's after more than half an hour of debate be1+ permitted for' royalty. on the a'graduated scale according: the I!constitutional school tax and the the tate'gasoline tar, IIIId py
? proportion to the amount first three weeks. The senate I was adopted by a vote of 22 patent. admission charges. The sponsors interest on the state school fund on three cents to the state

, which they have contributed to the and house approved a'bill for a to nine. The! resolution: recom-t ', .. ,__ [ of tberzeaaure'said; : they could not a teacher unit basis,., based on daily partment for eOl1.9tructiOll load ct
building: of state blgbway:''The bill seventh supreme :,''courtc'' Justice!, mended that tie appropriation WU' The office of prosecuting attorney estimate. What additional' revenues! average attendancesiTwo'luv .' '. ways. ;The department Ia lOw
i la entirely constitutional,. 'Colonel while the latter body voted to abolish be drafted'In'accordance"with Its i for Bounty judges offices would their proposals would bring. -? tint two' cents.Senator

d .1 JUburn.stated and will be, popular ., commlanion' appointed un* terms. 1t would provide reduc [ b*,created.under .a bill by Senator 1_ I I '' rtailt meaaureiv 6ne"'ibc4- Mayowhqmadq, the DlotloG Pai

withthe: legislature it la expected. der a' l'ovI.I01of.the 1929 legistlatura :eon:.of'26per; ): Cent Salaries for!; W, C. Hodges, Tallahassee.'The;. ,;_. '''The proposed QO:.ayrdtvbrce bill posing 'a tax''of: percent: ] on the extra. .,cent would give the-*
Ih
la of the but- appointments would, be.'tuad*.\by : road department '
Thta a part program 'to assist the state supreme officials'and employelt drawing $7,4 has received approval by a Judiciary gross receipts'from theatrical,'operatic an addltLel< !
lined by Colonel Hilburn during his' court,clear Its.crowded,docket.. 600 or more annually; a cut of 20 the governor' and the salary would committee of Florida house minstrel, vaudeville or moving come of about $2,250.000 ID1!
C for relief. I Ir i be1$3Oq( !anj2uaDy,;but Jn'addition for
county construction
campaign per ,i cent for salaries. from $8.000 0(. representatives. The : : The
-measure for
picture'shows''conducted' hl/lbwi
r Seyeri.; nun rod' sad 't ;tY- -bre", to $7,500 15: :'cent from $6,000 'tbe ,prosecuting! attorneys,;c would I introduced by, Representatives admissions' more'than: '5O"cents, committees the house nod/

The'measures wh.'ch'both' houses bill t\pave( been ,thrcfwT s Into the to $4,000121.2: pe* cent from $4..; be allowed a'fee of $5 each for all Bledsoe of Hillsborough and Chap- and the other fixing 'a filing fee tax ate ''will introduce a bill emb

hare passed and sent to'the-'gov4. 1931 legislative hopper. Two bills 000 to $2,400 and 40,per.cent from convictions and pleas of guilty be- pell of Dade would require only a on all civil statutory, common law the 'motllm. The six cents t
-mor 'provide for 'extending: to1 of major importance, are ,awaiting $2,400 10,41.600 | ,,fora! ,the j court I 00-day'residence'' ln'>Tlorlda'before and chancery cases 'or"'"any other line tax: Is now distributed bet

June 15: time' tor'paying'' tax, and the' signature of .Governor Doyle ,E. .._-'" ,1 T filing divorce proceedings c kind 'except J'criminal were'' Introduced -' school funds, highway eM
for diverting to county school Carlton, Thirty-five of 280'lXleaa- .A,'senat, concurrent: resolution!: Garnishments up to 25 per cent .- la' the senate 'Monday: The tlon-;; 'bonded rlndebtednc ?
( ''funds money raised by the' state's Urea 'Introduced In.the senate'have by, Senator.Andrews,,,rete1Tlng.,to of the salaries of heads of families "Creation of'a.'state highway' amusement tax bill '''was county funds, -'if the bill em

'newInheritance' tax law. Proposed 'been passed. Forty-four of,the.457 distribution, of patronage/ ,wa4, would be permitted under a bill bySeilator' hicle' motor''patrol, a motorcycleunit I by Senator':1."B.'Stewart sponsored,. Fernandlna. -' Ing the Parker motion Is p
''diversion of Inheritance; 'funds blUe-Introduced! In the house have. adopted,by,acclamation without.a 13. t>: "Harris.' ;,, St. Peters of 35 men: I IS'provided In a bill by the legislature, it will take, ,

''to county school expensed was' ap been passed.. This,, Is.be. status of record.vote., .It ,was, designed to butg; to1 amend' present "statutes by' Senator W. C. Chowning, New revenue'''from''some fund not,

proved 'while'' committees' conked legislature as It entered Its twen. prohibit appointment i of{ relatives prohibiting the garnishment of sal- Smyrna, introduced .In1' the senate '' Legislators''would' be celvlng It, or require levy of an,
'ered ''bills'for'appropriating: three ty-first'day Monday, Both housesare of,state officials to posts.paying aries 'Of -heads of families in Flor Monday.A from becoming'employes prohibited with'direct dltlonal cent, making the total i
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it and four :cents of the state gasollne 200 bill*ahead of the 1929 ses- more .than' $3,000" .annually,I'and ida. 'or'Indirect' compensation'IderI un en cents, legislators said.
'tax for educational purposes. 1I1o,when at this time, the,senate would give preference to residents -
'"Another would tax 206 bills .and, the Senator.Bl. IX Harris St.'Peters special legislative committeeof any state officer,' board, bu- A
place a special had received . of Florida, ,, In making appointment the Florida' Democratic party reau or commission 'under the general stamp tax bill, p
p3rfr 'amusements' and give. the" prohie house. e ,337 bills..; ,., It followed closely the provisions burg, Introduced a'state-wide motor'vehicle' Monday discussed Democratic party visions of a measure, Introduced pro-in Ing" for the levy of a tax on b,
'ceeds to. schools of a resolution adopted by operators'license bill, ance, transfer or
sales
Monday discussed proposed the'house of Representative S.< P. of bo
legislation
'to 'be favored by' the American Automobile
f Important yet the house,: several debentures
days / ) certificates
ago.The legislation after excluding Rrfbtneau of- Dade and Hugh: M. of In*
Amid the mass: of legislation Introduced considered by .th't .1931.legislature Association. The bill is a com dress 'indemnity

thus far In the 1931 legislative Includes ,the regular, appropriation : senate'refusedvto, adopt a panion measure to the' one introduced members committee of tile' and Republican other state executive Republican - stipulates Taylor of that Gadsden"no'member'of: 'The bill also thelegislature I bonds, Issuance of capital or seem*o

session, few1'measures pro-, bills for all state governmental departments resolution to permit special senate 'in >the house'several days leaders from the time drafts and other docmns

:k, 'Wd.'fol' revenue.Many'seek appropriations 'I ;' proposed abolishment Investigating committees ,to,, employ ago; and would require licensing of The Republicans said they bad meeting been to may' make himself. '> eligible of>like nature, was Introduced
frowned upon the ap- of state departments; revenue bills such additional help,aa may all motor vehicle operators'In assured any appointment or employment the-senate. Tuesday afternota
a welcome and
came to see
prbpriatlons committees. Members regarding Intangibles, personal be needed after. Senator W., T. Florida. The fee would be $2 and what changes la and election by"' resigning- from the Senator Purl G.Adams, Crestvk
primary .
Yr1 of the legislative finance andeported taxation , property income tax, etc.; passage Gary ,Ocala, pointed out'that ,the It';, was estimated' the 'measure laws the Democrats, would legislature. The measure provides a
committee, to have ; of motor )'vehicle legislation'that senate In .1929 employed 87 attaches would'bring'more than'$1,000,000 .
more' than 100'bills ready for Introduction will 'stand the 'constitutional test ,,! while during, the, 17 days into state coffers. Issuance of the ently propose.The somewhat Democrats, appar "The' workmen's compensation bill''' (Continued on page 7,1) '
surprised, held a
4 r before the session 'opened believed certain,following the re- of,,the present session the senate's licenses would be by the state motor short I i ,
meeting'to allow
have as yet seen fit to Introduce cent court decision''setting 'aside list already,bad reached ,136,.,not 'Vehicle' commissioner and he Republicans open tho
but few of them. The ma Tennessee's''motor' vehicle taxes; Including ,the employes In ,the engrossing would be authorized to appoint went Into thehAyl and then
!
:jority'of t bills so far have been of school legislation; bank legislationand and enrolling rooms.,":"And sheriffs, chiefs-of police, town mar.shale' executive session ,
curative 'nature- and'' Introduced other equally Important incas this Is and other persons to act for -
..supposed, to be an..econ t
A: to'
l - plan redistrict the judicial
with the Idea of state the department
reducing expense ures. only.legislature. ,?.he. commented. conducting' '
; circuits of
through abolishment of state aminations' of,applicants. Revocation the 'state by constitutional
boards rather than to produce revenue An effort"was', : :' ; ated'' In' the State officials and employee Who of licenses Is provided for var.. amendments', fixing; 'definite r

,for stat.,'I'ovemmeat opera. Florida 'legislatUre Saturday' to become ,70 years of age after being ious offenses.': The'minimum'age I circuit boundaries,'With'provisions
'
Won.ft gain"-"practical"tax: "' ''relief',to 'the ,the 'state'service for at- least limit tor' motor vehicle;operators for automatic increase and d e-;
Iii' - -_. I burdened'taxpayers' of'the'statethrough' 20 years would be retiredon.half would be 14 years while no chauf? crease of the number of :judges ac

','Legislation approved: '' by' the' finance 'the substitution''of'' a wrevenue' pay, under the ,provisions ;>f, a feurs licenses' could be. ..issued, 'to, cording to population, will be'submitted

{ ; and tax committee, made up for' present 'Ad valorem measure Introduced': the house persons. under18.. ;\ to the' Florida legislaturethis I
h4 of senators and representatives, mWae"'and'th'Wi' prevent ta'com-' by Rep."N J. : of Sumter week In a'joint'resolution being
and resulting from'a year's 'study plete collapse"property',values, by request;, Wicked' .. ., 'Florida 'm nfcipalltles C would "be prepared by'Senator 3.A. Hln- ,
''
before the 1931 'session opened, and of the whole financial and tax authorized'to require, by ordinanceor ley, Live' Oak Senator" Hlnley's' ?

.WOuld 1 provide various sources(of ation structure'of the state and Its Senator 'i:; II, Dowell ;'Panama resolution; the payment of taxes plan ''would forever 'remove"' the !
, !
(Calculated to in' -j upon personal property used problem of redistricting! i the: judicial -
teve&ue. : bring In
approximately political,.subdivisions! City, ,and :Senator H., II.: Lewis, districts
from
connection legislative halls
$15,000,000.: ; :'The with any privilege business .
Marianna'joined in
submitting the '' '
Sources would include a general revision -' .. Another 'educational', ,'me sure bill relating to redistricting of the occupation or profession before and 'take the reapportionment ,Ii,' r,4: _'

IS occupational' and other slid Into ,the house hopper Friday judicial circuits. ':. The .measure the issuing of operation.?per-: problem, entirely I out of" politics." : qg

taxes, placing of all personal property I morning; carrying with ,it a recommendation would divide) ',the ,state into 12 Fir; mite 'to' the organizations, .under ''A bill 'to eliminate reckless I'S '
the
; on tax books, 'and boosting of ,.for appropriation of the provisions of a bill IntroducedIn
cults and provide a. total of 21. circuit \ and frreaponafbl.'drivers' .
tate fees for Issuing commUalonsfrom'91 $9.000,000.' ,The measure ,wa ,by ''. judge.,". Puval ..and ,Nassau the" house, by 'RepresentativeLeon 'from the
,r '..to 910,. :.n. latter ,alone Representative/ M.,M. Andrews, of counties would comprise ,the Fifth Prine of Polk county, 'The highways by' requiring' proof' 'of
ability to respond
would bring in, approximately $1,-: Holmes,., and,,would stipulate] that Judlclal'Clrcultvvithlthreectroutt: municipalities ;would also'be empowered liabilities In damages' for 1'J ,
000,000)() 16 revenue,,.members of the all,elementary and,,,hip schools, of Judges to apportion the taxes any incurred .. a result If
ti Committee.estimated. j A. general. the state should be operated a.minimum upon the personal property of perioDS of automobile accidents before receiving -

1' files,taut,wa. disapproved!: 'of eight months j annually. Senator T.L:'3. Knabb,'Macciennyr; to separate; firms"or the.corporations so'as' or chauffeurs'a motor 11i..lUle vehicle'or'operators'reg1.etra"tloll' IS S' use F

The large Introduced personalpropertyused
.appropriationwouldbemade.the
; the measure to increase .
certificate'was introduced in ,
s v Among the proposals introduced. providesless the cerdlt the 'Alute."Of 'members ''Of'''the .in'connection with 'the business the'senate '

u so far, to Anawer.,the call of state which would" accrue annually to the tat'e"'road '' 'department"tr' the privilege from the remainderof : by 8en."W.'C."Chownilag'New'Smyrna:' The S ANT DN ;

1, educators for! money.la one to ap: public;/school,fund ,under:,.Captor present rate of $$00 'a year, t6 2. the assessment*against' "" sal(| personal : would' require proof'of measure' SERVICE
x pro_, a minimum of $9,500.00 14573, lawa of 1928',0n. 400 with the exception of the chair* ,,,..'property/ .I'' ability to i
.. In
respond damages "

,, -,7.-- ' :: .' ,;::" " .. : ., "" ,,,'. "i "I I ., ,Tb9Aretpotwty;;: i ': dlvUion,..meas"11' I to,' cr'death'Of,for'personalinjury1 'one'pereonhttbd'alaoant"of"at'teast f I '"" i I

'Maur ne'Circles'Awaiting''\, ] "MntpressMtar&i'Line ;; :, rjt'in/1., ' 'tJ \ of. ,the ,current jleglslaUve ,session $::1,000 ,Page otter page excellent illustrations' '

,, dropped 1 i Into,\the .hopperof I and at"4eaat! $10,000't03' personal 'covering"all typelJ."of'Jl" i lne8B including', ;
"' '
., fM J ? 'Bpur1iri: 'Great, BritainSince: .' War'win' was the".a house bill by nM6nday, Representative, morning.Elbert,It td at jury least.or-,$1000 death'tatwu tor, ;personal'l persons ProP and ,I'yoursi, Ad.after, ad of punchy copy and at'tractive

[ I*,.Stewarf ,of:jHendry county and I erty damage ''resulting ny 'layout .! '.This modern matrix service

woulgprovide \forth..taking, of I one Accident: ,, .. 'is. offered'free of ';charge',exclusively!,,

approximately 293,000 acres, of : in; this ..
r commuiiity'toadvertiserg;' in this
Iii11 ,
,
House t'f b
land out of Cooler county and .. 393by'Jtepr; esen
plac-
+;I ,;itAI tative Robineau 'paper' Take advantage of this glowing:
Ing,pta(area' )nto,Hendry county, of bade known as '
.
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The)area .is In the.northern portion the eugenic marriage Mil, after being 'opportunity.-. I
,of Collier,county / slightly,amended, wan given a

.. ,, --,01 J.4J favorable report Monday afternoon' tI
Creation of a state veterans com by' the bouse'committee'on'public

mission..with an annual appropriation health.
.of $25,000 would.be authorized the.mainobjectionable, feature of ;
ins ,bill (ntroducedln; the ,houseFridaybyRepresentatives the bill has now been eliminated .
; Peter; and it stands a good chance, of be. STARKEFLORiDArt1 ::; .

Tomasello, Jr., of Okeechobeej), J. passed., .,.The,clause",amended
I I Tom Watson, !;10(. Hillsborough; J. la theone, requiring ipro.peouveunmarried' I
O"Blooclworth.of Lake JL.,Kelly, mother to .make, oath
of Plnellaa* and.8. C,.Smith of Columbia. of.. their, j condition before ,being

? :file measure is similar,,to granted, a 'marriage, license, ,As
one 'nowapendingabeforothesen; ,; amended It now reads,"Excep with
i i l'r LwNeMO at"r the consent of the parents or guar$;

5 I II --'s.- ,." J dians of the contracting:parties."
j State.operator's. license for d'rivera .
automobiles and proylalons Requiring'; the payment:! of tui

I! 1' f"e J -. _- for'cancellation, of. the licensee on flow fees not to exceed $2:1O.a year / 'I

,1 4 i'I I conviction of reckless ;-driving;:or by non-residents of Florida, desiring ...
driving,an automobile while in an to. enter University of Florida ; ; : '
Intoxicated condition, '..... features or.:.the State College foe Worn 8' ERE ti a. actual Opportonlry; to ..ab'yoor'L.tiit

,, 't... ., I e r !,1.1 alum; r.rev 'of. a bill.Introduced In,the senate en., .,Rep, Hugh Taplortiotr Gadaden ...dolUc do tlo.ble'4.t t-TwU s. mach for
.. f
,ui I w-r :wMl s In .' -,? r, "" .1/, t; a x uI by: >Senator, ,a IX bill Harris,,wouldrequireelamtnation fit,,Peterabwg.Thq " .., ,.. ;.- .'eeneldR. yoof ebe,men wall,?bets'I..ao'amalh..mc ced< rawortreeat', of whca madanlj yo.l I

1 it 'J : : abJic.uioaa_ which .w entrryiai.l,. l.madvt' sad 14"
Y r .: I :1ti 6 Y yr uu'I !, and licensing of automobil j! Wi ia the widm. v.rmy..We have wade i ie 1M'

0 r.m a w Nee.7Ta x' ass 1 ,drivers "who, have been,,op: B a for T-iiaiP1T' ..Ie< !<
;
orating an automobile Intgqstat I bang. this. ceesxia to. Mr eflUe TODAY. -
rl ( i n ,,. .without a uceneen ' ---a.,..:r"' -.o.e -i-',' -- '
1 1
t .. T. .-; ;;; aiitifi"T .
lrr7-.,. .. .. : ,r; (t'QJ.r.l..n: '
fyea
i.. 1 I F'fl r? .! ..Three tax: measures on.of, hempropo.kig ,. yrv.tn..hy_ .l ,...,',. ... '"
_
u t aw; r r.Yr .,' sEVEN
Iti << 11" ;
a i. I a" 3-pest per gallon! levy C..e 3wrlr, 1 resr T. rlrOROMLTJ5
Il l on kerosene.. were.introducad la the aa' t LC..w.e..ll.br.Flyr! ; 'n't(4r
s- I h, house Monday.tofeetura. a groupof IJ qTa........m. Pecks" Jl,re.l.41e.err; ,tj:"' '

s.. l_ a 1. I Ie n.w.protweatcta.reach, the hop .J.v "''AND THIS NEWSPAPlJ' : ,11qI '$1' _
1. 1WJIU.\, ....;- I;, ...'' .. pe... as (the lawmakers.. reconyenad! :I li.r he i 0.. T.u' -D. ...a.l4 t.ur. ., ,'' .j. .

..' , .IEyrpga@dORIt T "!.'ftll.'t8cII.: alai 'valNCeorwMC1, <'MbIAUWa r f R 1 1F ;1 after jtfeet; ,week-end. receaa..Tbakeroaene A '' iL 1 L1n: 'tw A.4'' .
'Harium:otreisi aDd- tlu'taaiiUn-- - 'cJu.;;'tourIM ''talrd-elaea "aDd third afsquippW 7 'wtas labrp._ahoteacvlce.aad >,,.:neasur*,was.estimated ttna Bh.. ..i....,. .t.......; I y"" ,ar"'A

"< JnabllaftIlJr ate awattlns with too elaas-paaaangaiatf ( roo preeeat laxU telephone' te...,., awdaroiani by the sponson. Speaker,%,., day ,.111..-. ....... -, _" 'l J.J.; ,.,
ttttle intern* ... d...., M.t lilii'ct ........ wu .."booked *. -....- lot emteaaenIM.t! uwaodlra feature,, Lewis, Jr.. of.Gulf. and Representative 'R_ anlgm j r?i J.' i , I I ALL' gEYEV
he* Orw ri."nxMm loonies ad of thus gnat vaaatl ]>the face that aU Dwight Roger of Brow- ; -;:-- ., I I -.; (1'1', ii.'P&. ONLTetb.d.r
Canadian
43.50O-too Patina ,. r::
tae DeW bee maiden voyas from sjouuxunp- bar Anfr laas stateraoma are ouuidetootna }
Ngu nose "XmpreM of Britain." no*w too Is being Msjmxtled ea a sootale,cn% and bemuse of their use are ard as having posaibUitles of bring Instantly Rentier irwaiOTly rrm : .; ;;w.J"1 85

k,; t ergotai bet last 1---1 tetubeeco .of' outstanding Impoeteno., muse apartmaat Bar pubUc'ba..lMeu rooaae lag,in more,than $1.000.000. annually ah trr .satib1e; ftoftl'lJ4I8rly iovetf itNDtrlsT2wsPAI its". ; '$ --
: teoaobed by ens Frtnoe of W.... on daootatad by BOOB aatatorateal In revfinuee to the state. tin
aiyd.! Tba'auldra of neas that will add
the voyage June 11. 1930. the BmpnM of Britain aitlate.aa- FnoK-Biaacwya.: MinandDula der the bill the funds would go to years of youth . '
Lr tale newea ocean. ireyhouad bad Mm .. the Ur.Mt liner to be built la art(- *., BIT Joan &'"r7. ,8lr CbarlaeaUom the public free school fund for distribution so to your delicate appearance. Tbe effect is >sR. ////.lr///' U
4 [set 'tot'":Juna 17.' from' Bowtnamptan lab htpyanto! stnee tbe srwit .UUS. and W. Raatb Robliwoa B.* and natural the tie oi .
I ana .Cherbourg I for Qlae eo. .But reo beeaUM o(, bee, qIO. .talMi',and,.ppolatmenta. oaiu the BalI-1.ouwe ntuatioa'err toe the counties ,of the a toilet'preparation cannot be dens: CLIP '
1'i' rapid DM lIMa the prograas 01 tha ... considered the last word tees. eontblaad wnatbaaa hum 011"- .., "All sum allocated to county tected- Last thruout the< day ,
,leer Stages of bee conatnietloa and ; la ocean travel Capable of a speed InesoMs side apartaaaata ..-.. a. aa sledraeesl school funds under this act" .without robbing oQ. streaking ei, ,y. .eS-K1.In1TO: sad B.rtsis N---
decoration bat ell! Canadian Paaine of sa knob abe la expaetcd M for erutmsg.roplo.l delete ebbs the measure) declared "shall be bowing the .effect, of ,awitture.oouuuors THISoupon- "
nb e-mablpe _utl.aDDOUDCeeI! -(betI. make a strong bid toe the blue ribbonof has lIMa ehoaaa *o make a robe used to supplant ad.valor 'Name -
I., 'aha -wUl sail on her mttlal weetoouadtmisatlantle : the Atlantic as the Lawrence world erolaa. aalllac Rem .tee YoDao. '. em taw age levied In the various
eroaelag OB May S7- (cue*.*ta Quab to Kuiope: la saorMf 3. 1931. tot a voyage of US oaya.
(, ,from ,Qubaa JuDe e.-ttiraa weeks than.trom other AUantla porta. Tbernumaa > lUte tow will become uta .larger and counties of the state-of Florida for 08IENT4l Tow-a' -
F earl," Was ortsteuOly Intended., Toebnpnaa of Brltala la Baud wtta toe ,...... Una ear to...... toe lobe Ofto the support of public tree schools. .
i, of.!nabs, whlcb., camel. .. drat ,larcaat. ,swimming! pool. eao.a, and. sae nacotiaw tbe raaaana CaaaL '-n....... .j e s State ,
rS .:,.h''r' .. .awr- '- +T- r T':0:: "- AoC: .0.1 Two other taa- lIMe8U1'ee were .....,.......... ............ lid,.. ar Mil lai.'c.es.'' .a ww dYS'srersow.trt

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DRgL193! . BRADFORD OOONTT TELVXilt..., HT.VKKK.! FLU.UUI" PAOB TIIRKTB
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Stubba, i2.: Injured ten days ago cial notification. Is .received from I I I ten and,family 0. W. H&zen 'and:

' by an automobile, after 200 Tampa Tallahassee. Career, former Unl-' Florida Cattle I family, fi. r; Hasen and family,
Florida in Short,Paragraphs HINTS TO HOUSEWIVES
of residents bad volunteered veralty of }Pennsylvania football
News for Emery ,,Haien,, and family,). '
.
blood transfusions to 'save the star came to Florida several'years .. Mrs./ JD. W. flaxen, Mr. and Mrs ;.
: limb. The child was struck by a 1 ago. Just: a year ago this' community -! Will Be Tested Weekly from Home Demonstration I A. B. Surrency, Mr.'and Mrs. John
1 i Specialist, Tallahassee
!
was shocked murderof ,
the
by
car In front of her school as she Mott, and Mr. H. R. Matt
ran Into the street after a ban with Mrs. ,Carver and their Infant I Mr. C. C. Melvin ''was transact

LIVE STATE NEWSTOLD which she and other children were son, and the killing was laid to a For Infection SALT IN Tim LAUNDRY' ing business in Starke Monday

playing. He left hip was fractured. negro servant In the Carver house Mr. I* R. Gainey was transacting ,

Weakened by the accident,her hold. The state contended Carver. bualne..' to'' Starke Saturday.Mr. t
killed all three, the to "cover Salt is used In many ways In the
condition became serious negro and Mrs./ Grover Sapp and<
OUR EXCHANGES a call for donations yesterdayand of blood up" the other slayiogs. The motive Hundred Per Cent County-Wide home laundry. In tact, it .. so use children were visiting friends and, ' ''f

BY was Inserted In this morning's the state contended, was collection Basis to Objective of Move ful that no well equipped laundry relatives here Sunday. 1): ,
of a $10.000 double indem- would dare be without It.
------------------------ Tampa Tribune. Two hundred re- Mr G. B. Colson was transacting
sponded by 8 o'clock. Thirtysixwere ,' nity insurance policy on Mrs Car- 'Tuberculin tesU of every cow in Stiffens White' Organdie: Do business In Stark Monday., ,
K n-A beAr weghlng 168 Hillaborough river In HlUsborough tested and four were chosen. ver's life. Florida will soon be made by the not use starch but rinse In a strong Miss Eliza Dukes of Dukes la

Es Wiled in the wods nearIcascade. county, was believed passed, today Two of them submitted to a trans-i, state livestock sanitary board: solution of salt water, Iron while spending some time' herewith, "t,

tour miles,.south ,of with the steady drop registered on fusion but it.did not help the child. Homestead Continued rain, working In cooperation with the. damp and stiff the organdie without will the be sufficiently friends and relatives.

i The bear was the guage. After rising six Inches aphids and rust took a heavy toll federal government glossy Sheriff Epperson of Stark, ;ri

Monday. It at- early yesterday, the river fell thru- Delray-Plans are being prepared of tomato crops in the ,Redlands, A system of teats on a 100 per effect of starch. was a business visitor here Friday. f.i.
Removes from Linen-
Mildew
Lit the city where out the day and last night. Heavy ed the development of a large area last week and hopes for a cent county-wide basis baa been Those attending the normal In
|8ed mu attention. inaugurated according to Dr J.: V. Mix salt with soap, powdered chalkor Starke from here Miss Iris i
rains early week sent the streamto estate about one mile north of Del- profitable windup to an unfavor-! are ,
starch and lemon Into a
within a few Inches of a new ray Beach. The estate will be located able season were scattered. Atleftst Knapp, state' veterinarian. The Juice Brown Lois Gainey. Well demons {
I Eearl Green, 19 son plan baa been put'Into force in the paste and apply to both sides of and Juanita: Dukes.
\.Oak high mark and flood gates In a on a tract that faces 360" feet 50 per cent damage to the ":1.e .-
linen, then It out In the sun un-
was
lay
F. M,Greene; counties where tick eradication -
aid Mrs./ late seven
dam north of this city were openedto on the ocean. The owner is Albert crop is the estimate of leadIng -
til the stain has and
struck disappeared
on
Ha was work Is in and tests
U Sunday. prevent an overflow into thick- growers. Some fields have progress j!,
E. VanDusen of
Philadelphia. The Bills for fresh fruits and
shot putt wash In the usual way; or moistenthe vegetables
: 12 pound made at the
are being dipping
with a ly setUed lowlands.Tampa' been abandoned after a \
bead at the local school. development will Include a large 1 entirely vaU. spot, rub thickly with salt and as well as eggs and milk, \
practice of the Junior residence, servants' quarters, ga- survey. There are some sections i soap and place out In the sun until are cheaper than doctors' bills, and' (
) Heretofore tests for tuberculosis
WIll a member Hafford Jones, one of rages and stables. The groundswill that did not. suffer so much, especially I stain Is removed. 'It's much more fun paying them Iji.
the in bloodless the inland ) and Infestation have been conducted rr
grades
participants a gun be extensively landscaped. ,
; Set Colored Clothes) Make a r'
only by herds, no attempt being ?"
duel here yesterday with H. A. The residence Is to include living there is yet considerable harvesting ; :I-
strong solution of salt and hot water '
of
adJ80n One hundred head Hendry, Sr., made bond of $10,000 music to be done in spots throughoutthe made to carry out a complete examination '
room
being brought to room, library, dining of all cattle in any one using about 3-' cup of salt In COFFINS & CASKETS'"
y heifers are today on a charge'of assault with room, 8 bedrooms and baths and district. According to some
of water and
i each gallon plunge
for pasturing by, B.. E. shippers the movement should county. Dr. Knapp states, how And a Full Line of )
county intent to murder and 'another J5- 12 servants rooms. The cost of: con- delicately colored fabric Into It. let- :
a-ton. B. G. Waring and Kle 000 bond to keep the peace. He the entire work will be In the tinue until about. the middle of ever, that as soon as the counties ting it remain until cold. This will

they are being selected bye would not comment on the shoot neighborhood of $250,000 according May and If good weather will con- 10'the eradication group are com- effectively set the color, Undertakers' Supplies

men who are now, In Tennes- ing. Jones, with a rifle, and : to, Carlos B., Schoeppl, archi- tinue for the next few weeks, some pleted, county-wide teats will be Removes Stains: Apply salt to ACTOMOnrLHJ inCARSHAlw t.
made In all 'of the 07
one by one
Hendry,' 'with a pistol, exchanged tect. of the crop may come! out better the stain and pour boiling water .,.. .. ...... TIle fc**"
I I counties in Florida. Where the
shots In front of 'Hendry's home t than was expected. I and mrrrtf. mi tae I.w..t .rlrvtwMmtlmi '.
over Itr! or apply lemon juice
t. Andrews-The clty'commiswas yesterday over.what Hendry said Wauchula' -..:' Cucumbers poured I total percentage of infestation li .It'and' let'it stand little while, ....'.1 t. .. ....... it
Friday afternoon found to be one and'one-half per ....... ;
asked was..ah .argument, over a., debt. into Wauchula from all this 'and
over TRAIN SCHEDULE. then wash out.- Peach pear,
cent less certificate from the
the'South. or. a
with
B9*1U Influence Neither:was burt. section yesterday ,and last night federal government' be receiv plum stains may be removed from ItEGIlTICRED III"D LHICRDEWITT '

I Kraft Corporation to use Bay seven,solid carloads rolling north- Effective ''March'29th: our\ schedulo ed.' napkins by oaktn&:' In 'sour'' milk ,, JONES'
|nty labor in preference to out- Miami-A story of a night spent ward as 'a 'reBult. Local growers changes and trains will run as ''Few Cattle Infected for'a' "day or two,. at the end :of: .'rAnK FLORIDA > I: 1.
from
labor. The request came In fear that he would be killed was received approximately $15,000 as follows: i Florida l i. freer of i Which time spread out .smoothly :

Umlttee of cltJ.zeD&'A petition' related today('by, ,J. J. (Meredith, a result of the salea.t .The season'sfirst No.' .1, .'southbound local' due tubercular cattle.remarkably. The livestock l on a board In the'sun,, put salt In I ,
be) presented to the paper corn- who'was taken from his home last solid cars were shipped Fri- Starke, 11:23'p. m,4 sanitary board wants to maintain some more sour milk and cover
No 11.' southbound, local, due
'I. night by a band of men, whippedwith day when two cars left here. Last Starke, 11:10: a. m. . that''' condition ''for cattle>owners them 'with It' again.. To remove
Ink a belt and left lying by the year the first'car was shipped Apr No. ,107. limited due Starke, permanently. Some' dayDr. perspiration stains, soak garmentsin 'O\1ER' WORlf"N..E
enter HlU-'l'be bean crop side of, the rood. Resting vat his 3 and at' thiB 'date' last wear 40 10:30 a. m. " ' : Knapp says cattle'' may. be ''ship strong salt water'' before laundering

section has been i badly.flamd home with'" vere,;brulnes,; 'Mere cars 'ot cucumbers, had gone 'out.Friday's No. 191, southbound limited,due pad< Interstate? i only'on' certificate them.Prevents VE5 r.

| by rains, according to Seville dith today gave police the name'ofone and yesterday's' ship Starke'11:00: p. m. that they are tuberoular' tree,'and 'Bluing Streaks f'A
plham, local growers;and,hip- 'toon ha\sakt he recognUed: ments returned 'growers around ; No. 2, northbound,' local due I some states, already have sot up handful of salt In the rinsing water

who say that the crop inter among his assail ants. He said themen' $20,000, It wasestimated.'Cucumbers Starke 0:43: a. m. such standards. Tubercular, free will prevent bluing from streaking
county Is, not< 'morej... han threatened to. kill,him:i if }retold were being sold yesterday for No., 12, northbound; local, due the clothes In frosty weather
herds ,, valuable to the
are just as
:
Starke 3:05: m. ,, .. ,
t third of normal. Some beans .their, names and' warned- him, $4.80 to'$5.for''fancys"a: dollar' No. 108, northbound p. due Starke, beef cattle grower as to the dairyman Help Remove Dirt If you add

i moving nOW',-, ut. carlot,ehlp to.leave Miami less for !"choice". while those, graded I 0:02: p. m. .' for a tubercular beef has no 1 !half a cup of salt to the water In
jnts t are not expected before 7 the as "plains' brought' $1.50 'to Starke WsnneeNo value. On the j market the owner which you soak your curtains, you ttY ttYf
toltheweek.1, .-, I Foal Piercer-Movement:: ;''of Bt $2.25 and culls sold for 75 cents to '.'101 leaves Starke 7:00: a.' m. gets no pay except from the government ; will find that it will be much easier

Luice county's tomato crops is expected'to $1.25 a hamper cash at the plat- No, '102 arrives 2:40 p..m.' in reimbursing him for to, remove the dirt. '
_ola -.ne. glgantl Nor the ,------ ..Remove, Iron nuts Iron rust
get under way com- form. the, Iou of,, such ,a, cow.. .which Is
C. A. Larsen will Blue Bo Schedulese! be removed salt and
6 Ian Whaler ing week and heavy shipments promptly ,1 shot wherever 1 and may by using
Uew York ..rlYjtomorrow TampaA'new Tales lemon juice Place la the .sun to
j for should begin 'going forward the : territory Southbound 9(31 ni.: '11:31 whenever found infected. ,
a., ,
:ec having discharged 66,000 early part of May. Indications are will be opened to Florida citrus Florida provided only $6,000 last bleach If, one application la not f
a. m., 4:01: p. m., 6:31: p.m. ,12:14:
-rrels of whale oil here, valued at that there will be a heavy yield with arrival next month at Harve, a. m. : year, for >reimbursing cattle owners sufficient, use another, rl

500,000, since arriving Wednes- from approximately 1000 acres In France, 'and' Southampton- Northbound-8:50: a. 'm., :.1:23: 'p, for infected cattle,, killed be. .

from the Antarctic. The whale ,the couoty.! Damage to the crop land,.of the,French.freighter San m., 4:07: Pt m., 753 p. m.,4.i3.: a. cause of, tuberculosis., This sum
take 1 on 400 tons of: fueli, oil by the'recent heavy rains that to- Antonl.: 'The' Vessel, first 'of' five ,m. ' was ample, In, northern states

fore leaving and will discharge taled 10 inches will not exceed\15 ships to ply .between r,gulf ports i Tickets and' !information 'at and in i the ,far west, this annual BRO iER'III. UP TO your" ears In worlo---
*
000 barrels. In New York.w.v per cent, according to the esUmate and surope, will sail' from here !Smith's ,Service ..Station .next; to suds amounts to from ,MOOoo ,to .. "_.1 Gal..,.* C... very nerve at high tension.'
*yruvww of CountyrAgent'Alfred.Warren.; about May S. Harry E. DI Crls- courthouse.. $3,000,000 ,'In ,each .state. This No wonder you snap at the wife ;rand
Cey 'West -> LJghthoujw.headirters Many of the fields were not hurt at tina, president Of the 'Grapefruit I shows ,,Dr. ;Knapp says, the re- 'Those, from here; attending the bark at the children.' ,

here announced tonight !LJtie .stated:: Distributors, Inc., said today his II I Closing ,of Mall markably small percentage, of ,tu- fish dinner Sunday given by Prod W a t e h outl Overworked' :
.
..
elpt of word 'that-Charles :.-" company had 'chartered all refrigeration I bercular cattle In Florida. and Mrs. C. S.: Laird at their lovely nerves may, lead to Sleepless r,

te, 28-year-old assistant keeperthe Tallahassee,,,-,, There were 490 space and would send 5000 : Train.No. 107 South, tlrstfclaae mall. More, than 1.000 bead of blooded home' at Lake Kingsley were: ,..Mr.ABrown ness.ouslIdl..eUon.nd Nervous Headache a host Hen.1.of, ,
lonely i OasparUM'Island persona killed and'fatally injured boxes of'"fruit'to''England' and 10:10: a. m. ) cattle, both males ,and l.- and family, K. M. H.- other unpleasant d1atl 'ban *.
thouse, Florida $We 3". Coast, In Florida France on the ship. "At a cost of have been into, r '
!D, automobile'ACcidents Train No. 11, parcel post 10:50( : brought femalee'l Why don t you try Dr. Mll" f )
d committeed suicide. Details during the first 11 months of last $l a box for tea transportatlon'and e. m.. since tick ,eradication, Effervescent Nervia Tablets'
his death were lacking in a tele- 'year,1))the Travelers Insurance Co., 15 cents for hauling from grovesto'Tampa1. North'Train and, owners have Invested more : 1 "aeirons.ln'half, glass of I.

im sent by Charles Williams reported. The figures showed an ., we can baul by, truck ,No.12, parcel post. ; 2:45: than $160,000 In these cattle.,They Say it with'Flower. water makes a plaasani sparkling >
id keeper of Gosparllla llgbtme'"stAte"ranroad j cent\In, from far north as Haines City i.'m: I .beginning in drink delightfully soothing, I
a
increase, of 43 or 7.2 per as Train No. 108 first class mall. represent, ,mere '..- ..... -, .' to over-taxed nerve. , ,
crease over the same period In and ship to England for less than breeding for, ,a higher; grade? of 'now' 1
rallahaBsee:-: '1929. "Motor"vehicleNatalities': in we can haul from all parts of the 5:30)Final p -m.closing of night malls 6:00: beef, ,catUe, .,and the 'tubercularwork ,Flowers For All inadri In tw, old and

mmlssibn hat granted the.1341'- Flortda Increased j more than- the citrus. belt at a profit. p.' m. Is considered one of the most Effervescent Tablet.' Both ban

ard Air-Unhand' the ?Atlantic rate of increase for1',the country asa ,1.'SebringWllllam\-.e-' Starke'_II Bell Branch Important of the livestock sanitary 'OccasionsGERTRUDE the same soothing affect.tljOO (.

at Line rallroa s,'authority; tc) whole'last yeat;the report stat Carver, former Mail closes 7:00: a.m. board In following up.the tick eradication .,...... ..,- ,_.';' ,. at row drag ...*

cal existing commodity rates onmmerclal ed.., ,.it,was..based, on- figures ob Sebring and Miami real estate Mall arrives 2:40: p, m., work.Panama'Clty. [' I :;
fertilizer per car]load taaedby the company from offl- operator must,serve at, life term -- 0 ," GODDEY '
om Jacksonville 1U d.,. 'nw dIDa Cialaiin239; : states and the District for the, murder/of his wife. ,The 1 Fompano Mulkey Service Station Daffln Wholesale R IRQ

Tbor City' Tha; .present rate of.Columble,.. supreme court yesterday affirmedhis I' being remodeled.' Grocery of Marlanna, opened ANDERSONPhone 1E.
Ich win be cancelled Is $1.69 per conviction and authorities said Lake Worth Widening of Fed- branch store on Harrison avenue In 39 Waldo Fla lDO
,
a. 'The commission's order will TampaPhyslclana'ioday; ,amputated he would be taken to'Raiford to. eral highway through this place' building formerlyoccupied> .. by,Den-, :

eome effective-April, 29. the left leg of Marlon begin his sentence as sood as offi; under consideration.' nett Chevrolet Co.

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Clearwater-Lewis F. Erckert, =
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Inclpal of the Largo high school. '

aa held to the July: term of the


unty Y reasonable all a court charge under punishment of "inhuman$500 bond of a and:.to'10- : Phone:; ,Orders', <

ear old pupil, James: Wilbur Hus- a : y.l
'
Filled Carefulljrir I
y. Hussey charged Erckert: whip Jed I :Eilted: Promptly; .$c ."", , .

him with a strap because he I. TV\; ,. . ,JacksonvilU .Florids' oi a, .", ,( ", ,', I' '
'
id several other boys threw a cat 1 '. _ __ ._ _ d "P '. .. ''
'
u:"h a window the, home.of ,. ,1'.1 .:, .
>
1.1..J :
i e o. the women teachers:. .Mllf. '\ ._... " '., ., "

Center Hill:: The' first carload.{ \ ,' I '. 1-:' ." ,";,, ,.
ear .1 I t.?
I cucumbers to move,from JAke '.. ,vft! .. S. r I
>d Sumter counties '-this'"seasonft ) v -'

this point late last week and J. . ). .. ., --
ught a price of, $4TOO. The I" ..- r ., ', .
s s jpg, r
souls ''
Just auto .full"to "
gettlngrt \'" j*\ < 4
'
g and if weather'conditions .., :r ''I
main favorable the movement li'Li.fSsaft ', .
Increase from''DOW on.Acre- : .' r i _
: : :' ,
is l Ia '"
slightly less than..last-sea7 13SJ4JMi
j 'I lt rr
>
'
but '
grower. are expecting a 1 I t
.
tter, yield and quality., a i iI&mt +p.: r* >] i'' t : r. ?- 'Courtesy I i ,, ,<,-W j a I''" .. i

Beach--After five runsr'the"mamiibQlrisottdhGnstlA d i .. I ,, 4 fit I

orae in an unsuccessful attempt L, adftK. &I'}: 'C&stoimersv >J
'
better the world's speed'boat t y ,:,1tf"'o Our Out=-of*Town .

ord ,
of
103.49 miles an boor. Gar ,J .1.J(1'1 If i I'
rood said early today, ba.would nt1" JrtjA }..... , > VV *""f ) t r.. .,.." r?" \, \.1,1'" I .
It the Miss America IX before ,, -. 1 Io ."' 1..1,... 1'1 j"? : .la s:twov( ')"
o! ). rLieu a >- .. We invite to come to JaCksonvlile''andhelp m! celebrate' i' .,-:" .1" // ,
g additional.runs. ..Ba said t ::1 ';its !' I you, :Ir/ hnu') laU 1'-d.n.1! at )0 e.e /" "
would not be ready to run again '> .. td i I..h./'lI-t\lWf 'fH i '
are four or' five days Wood uq ,: ,'S\\-l.> ; ,t, \_-. -'I\'h'ur", 1!if'I i, our: AmiJ,1\BI': Ribbon Sale. In this mercantile 'event.ydli', .', I "oj !,..m",, 1. J r.r,s,. ,
,1. .
Q

WOuld be was not going b* on back a fishing before trip the .'\'... .'\ :c.:;U", J r wi Hind thousands: of which stand out. as value' Winiiein.t'. ; -ntHJ,,r .. __....-- ,.-:e KOTU. e.,- t'

or that time. -:' .'c' '' ' ', )" r' ,) ,.: 1IH"t' ' "!'I,H...

-. ,::1:1: : : ..,._ct1t1..,_i it"\4\'\ .> \'\t,r o 1j',1.j . .. .. ' i /" i } *"-.--"'-' ".- ,' '

t*Tarpon* against Springs A:, definite :, " ," JiIoI .onVJaxoncustomers' '.throughout Florida Wffig; % .' :Many weeks\ of. preparation, hari. filled:J 'air" 'Mool,..,'" ;r" ,,
Propo.ed legislation .

I'Ida Perms was i -rl-mutnel taken today betting In a res In- C' : end neighboring states yearly look forward with eager. : tij fjiSjmk; ,\I :.!i rooms' to'overflowing; 'with, prize-winning' fnerchan-.' 4


utlon"*ace by of the the St.Methodist'Johns river Episcopal con- I, I' anticipation to! our Blue Ribbon Sale. _, . BHH9IK 'dUc' All departments offer complete'' awortm.nl|. ;-

arch here. The resolution inCed -

by Dr. I Frank Roach of J'


14 TlL r01-copies lectalau-.e was were unanimously ordered official sent' adopted Beside to tie t \See, Sundays ,Florida Times-Unton for Many Pages of Sales .News II ;



Prt-mutuels Protested<< against the resolution"afl other al- Sale Starts 4th 1981 ,
arms of .. May
,
gamblin- *; In th* sUt"i I;, Monday ,

TaQ1p&- ; ; "
!;?* **' to***'hl8i'was
Iter to residents along the lower . '. ._ - .. - ....-

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FOUR BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH.'SIABBJ3.: ft.OBlDA.,. lI'1t1DAY.
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LAST WEEK. IN THE his real estate here. i, thl week. I farm SUbda ..gbt.. ;* .": .r said "en4allt ever

LEGISLATURE Quite a' number of Lawtey folk Mrs. M. L. Maynard who Has Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Melvin of yorc.. alt I.oereeAl u.yeare. a.-Bihp

LAWTBYMra. attended the ''gradUation exercise' been visiting friend and relative Brooker were visiting her' sister. lendant be and tll.I
.
t (Continued from page 1.) . H. .. ........ Ce*. In Btarke 'Tuesday night.. in Alachua, returned to her' home Mrs. M. Rhode' Sunday. qUlrecI complaint to s ii ether she the Ie .enhMr t

and will loan a more harmonious Paul Moore of Jacksonville, here: this week. )(r. and Mrs. Clyde Robinson of 8tarke, Bradford Counts'.,. ""
with his Rev. Montgomery of Waldo will visiting his father answer Bald Bill
Surprise Party spent the weekend parents Brooker were June A. on the '
D.. Lit
effort to of vital
legislation importance.
:Mr: and:3Qta.rJ..H. Moore. fill his regular appointment at the F. B. Robinson Sunday.Mr. .aUona 01 1811.....Ill other",1eo, t.t4.
METHODIST MISSIONARY ." Mrs T. J. Terry was honored Mr. W. C.Wooteu ha returned Methodist church next Sunday William Davis of Branford, this conl..d.order It Is furthor Will o.b....alq
at be
CIRCLES TO BE ENTERTAINED : One very noticeable change of Sunday afternoon April 25th, home 'from th- hospital In Lake morning and evening. was the guest of Miss Ola Mae for lour ooneocutlve published on", 's"
her home with a surprise party, Mia Erma John of St Petersburg Bradford Wee" k. 6
night.
trend during the' week was that. Parmenter Sunday paper of Count Telftlfra h
celebrating the anniversary of her City.Dr. and i* the guest of her father of Sparr, clrculalloa:
with relation of distribution of revenues and Mrs< J. II. Carradlno Mrs. Martha Morgan ed In Bradford Count
The Noble White Circle will meet I birthday. little granddaughter of Orange B. John and sister Mr*. R. L. Is visiting her daughter and son Done and ordered at ybrldWi /

j at the home of Mra. E. S. Matthew received. At the beginning The guests assembled at three Park were''Ylllrtln&-tbelr son and I Parker.. Mrs. O. L. Underbill and Mr. F. i Wit this .80th day Of lltark.APrl,.

I; next Monday afternoon at 3:30. of the five-day period, the senate o'clock. Whet Mrs. Terry came daughter-la-law Mr; and Mr*. F. I Many of the Hampton people attended Morgan this week., O. W.
, home from a short ride In the family .
The Harriet Peek Circle will approved the house amendment to R. Carradlne last week. the commencement exercises Mr. D. B. Forsyth and son See- (S.I) Bradfordk CErcyl,.'.

'F i meet at the home of Mr*. W. B. the inheritance tax bill, whereby car she was greeted by the Mra. C. n; Shuford was shopping :. of the Starke High School her were visiting in Lake Butler ATTEST I Above IaCa true l "
singing of to
J' I "Happy Birthday the
;: Parka at the same hour. money' received from this source You" all In Starke Friday.. this week. Sunday* original on O.file W.InAmLD9E,!, .

,: S will be turned over to the school by present. H. W. Burney is In Lake City at Mrs. L. L. Cook of Macon Ga., Mr. Newn Burney of Starke was Clerk CirCuit I t.
: ,' f' SENATOR AND MRS. E. M. fund. Toward the end of the week, Miss Joyce Terry then announced the government hospital.The Is visiting her mother, Mrs. L. G. visiting friends here Sunday af 3.1-It-}-39.
, a musical program by three little
\\o, JOHNS ENTERTAIN a number of the legislator awakened many' friends of Mr. and John thla week. ternoon. I

': : to the fact that perhaps too girls. Little Miss Mary Ed- Mrs. Don Sapp and family regret Mrs. J. X. Tucker and children, Mrs. Ruby Lewis has returned I NOTICE OP- IN"TITIITIO'l 0'
J an-;; ;;;. E. M. Johns wards, Grace Arwood and Hilda BY ATTACHMENT "*
5 Senator many of the bills introduced carrying three very much that they have movedto are visiting friends in Macon Go. to her home in Jacksonville after I
Wyrick played pretty numbers
,; \' entertained members of their revenue distribution clauses, Baldwin Bowman-Wheeler Wedding spending several days here with In County Judne'i Court,
t bridge club with a party at their favored the schools above every on the piano. This was then Miss Joyce Terry Is home aftera The marriage of Miss Cornie her mother, Mrs. Jewell of Heil County Florida. B"'t
I followed by a Mrs L.. Arthur Brymer,
reading by
,jt' borne on Walnut street Saturday thing else. Naturally neither body H. HID and a musical selection by successful term of teaching at Wheeler and Ulysses S. Bowman bronn. Plaintiff.X .

I ( t. evening. seeks to handicap the functioningof Klaalmmeo. took place Sunday afternoon AprU Misses Thelma and Elsie Rhoden "a.
Mill Louise Tbede.Immediately B. Green ,
: ':> f Three tables for auction bridge aj equalized common school sys- 12th. at 2:30: o'clock at the homeof Seeber Borayth and Roy Carter Defendant.

''r! were arranged In the large living tend of the state but Herman following this Mary I the bride. were visiting In the Lawtey section Chit Artlun AUao...-, .
Edwards: Grace Arwood and Hilda To A.
4 room which was lovely with the Dana's house resolution of Friday The vow* were read by ,Rev. .1. Sunday afternoon. sons B.Interested Green and all oihi ..:
t' Wyrick came in bearing gifts for :
:, attractive arrangement of colorful indicated .a sharp swing of opinion O. Neyman in the presence of a few notice that
.. flowers consisting of radiance the bonoree in a huge yellow and .GRAHAM Of.prii., A. D, 1831. Arlhnrpryr
/ Boring and It may be considered the friends and relatives. After a short NOTICE TO APPEAR pl .
roses, larkspur snapdragron first'of a'aeries'of resolutions and white! basket topped with a lovely r, wedding/: trip, Mr. and Mrs. Bow of Florida I >y attachment Instituted of a and certain cnmm.n

and poppies.' bills pointing first for the relief of bow of yellow ribbon. I man will be at home to their many The Stilt to SalllaPndRett. let sedan, engine number Cheer lUll
,
I Ii Following the awarding of prizes real estate final distribution of Two delightful hours were spent Rev Daugherty will fill his regular friends at Rosalie. It appearing. Greeting-by affidavit appended above Ms suit entitled against court.A. B. Ure.n i It..e
to Mrs. W. M. Wainwright and Mr. with Mrs. Terry, during which time to the of In the This therefore la
new and present sources of revenueto appointment here Sunday The bride Is the attractive erlgau pending; to
U' In the Circuit A. B. Green other '"
delicious refreshments and ,
IL C. Wall for holding high scores come, later on, In an orderly wore served morning and.night. Public invited. daughter of Mr. and Mrs L. A. Court In and for Bradford Interested therein all to apeiar p ...
S+ the hostess served refreshments. manner. The dainty ice course and the Mr. and Mra W. Smith and family Wheeler of Fabtus. Ala., and Is a County Florida wherein J. J. Pad- said court at the btr
favors, consisting of minature vett Is Complainant and Salll Pad- Starke.. Florida Monuui.S, ;
} On each plate were pansles. The Joint committees on circuit and Olin Graves of Windemere, popular member of Jackson coun I. defendant that the .ald d- let. I9il and herein on fall ;
The guests were:, Mr. and Mrs. court and congressional redistricting hand painted basket of candles, were visiting their parents here ty's teaching force. Mr. Bowman Sett I. a non-resident of the fault be entered analiiHt not you 1011"'
W. :M. Wainwright, Mr: and Mrs. were all carried out in a white and State of Florida and that her resldenc QEO. A
court were second to the finance overhe week-end. wo formerly a teacher but at Is unknown and there Is no County Judg-e OARDINEB,
II. C. Wall, Mr. and Mrs. C. A. and taxation committees, the yellow color scheme. White roses Miss Pearl Parriah and Mr. Zeke present 1* connected with his father person In the State of Florida the, Bradford Florida CoUalt
IF. and Mrs. A. Z. Ad- carried out the color scheme further service of a subpoena upon whom D. E. KNIGHT Starke
Knight Judge b'iorlda'
I busiest groups in Tallahassee during Dryden of this place, were quietly W. P. Bowman. In business at would bind paid defendant and that Attorne for
Plaintiff'
t' and '
' the and Mr. and Mr*. J. C. Robin- the week and their report can were tastefully placed married in Starke Friday night Rosalie. "I-it.{"
;, throughout the lovely home.
't'' on. be expected to ,come fourth this April 24th.
The party' came a* a complete .
( week and final action determinedin Mr., and ,.:&lrL Dryden .have
surprise to Mrs. Terry a* she had
t, LEGION AUXILIARYMEETS both house' and senate before many friend who wish them much
,, only been told that her Immediate
the end of next week. It seem Happiness.'
.. family would be with her for the Heilbronn Springs
:;... probable at this time that the circuit Mlas Enza Roberta of.Wlndemer.was .City Barber & Beauty( Shopper
......
.
HIM Pearl K Cur.Mrs. \
,, ;, The American Legion Auxiliary 'district will run to about 12, day.There _ visiting Justm grand-parents, ,

f held their regular meeting Wednesday with between 25 and 80 Judge, and were four generation'ofMr Mr. and Mra,C.jB., Robert here. '
evening. April 22nd at the that Jacksonville Miami, Orlando, *. Terry*family present for the over the week-end. L. Dav14;of Jacksonville,.

club, house. Mra I* D. Vlnlng Tampa, and Pensacola, the five occasion. Mr*. E. F. Braddock Mr* Leo Dyai,Is i visiting< her. wa ...1ting he? daughter andaTaDeI

president presiding Mrs. J. W. largest cities, will be chief cities Mr.Lake N.City A. Braddock Mrs. Terry of Tampa mother her; parent, here _oawhU.. children: Ijwrs. R.' U. Pat. New equipment and, alterations In our

4r Whit opened the ,meeting' with of the new' congressional district Mr. L.r'O.'Smith.and .Mr,. .W. menter this we k.,_ !
brother
Mrs.
prayer. Hulda Corpening secretaryread The only real question bas restedon her; J. C. Shelton of Lake Smith were visitor.*I In. Stark Sat- ., Mia Loren. Green and Herman'' beauty shoppe now make it one of the best
City, later;Mrs. '
Shelton' two ,
;
,
the minutes of the
previous the point of bringing Duval urday. ,* .>*.JaisT Woodier were vtsltttig.1n .1ackaon.

I HUnI'. Mrs. J. A. Saul treasurer county Into the second district or son, J. C. Shelton, Jr., and Wins) Mr. Jesse Surrency! of(Tampa is vile Wednesday of.Tost week. in this section: You will be delighted with
ton
Shelton Miss .
'1 And various committee chairmen to divide the present fourth district ; Joyce Terry I, visiting his parent here for a few Misses Pauline and' Lorene Green _

gave report Everyone, especially In two with Duval a* the Miss Florrie Terry Kr...1..P. Wy day. Thelma Rhoden and'Seeber For- the change. A haircut a wave a facial by
rick of Jacksonville and Miss ,
enjoyed report from deUftte tQ ; attended the show at the state
learlisjy; .county of the new northern Mr. and Mr.a C. B. Robert were syth

.(' ate convention district. Miss Claudia Hilda Terry Wyrick.her daughters her' granddaughter and. visitor in Lake Butler Sunday. ... ".....,.,... .u.,. our expert heightens your beauty amaz-
The next meeting will be held A matter of wide debate was the I Miss Pearl Johnson of this place

at the home of Mrs. Vlning: May problem of solving the delayed pro- Among. those present for the afternoon [I* taking a course- from the Bradford Ingly. It's all In knowing how. . and do-
t 27th at 8:80 o'clock. From now cedure of the supreme court. Some I High School in Starke. We

until that date there will be a membership legislator maintained the six Mr G. were: Mrs. J. H. Moore, wish her much.success. .ATLASThe ing It. An early appointment is suggested.
W. Robert, Mrs. W. H.
'
I ,, campaign onwith the fol.vlowing Judges and supreme court commission :Mis Thelma >Wynn was the
Mrs. Louis
Biggs. H.HID Mrs. H.
aide competing; ,of three should be retained guest of Onto :Mae and Era Smith
B. Arwood Mr*. R. R. Tbede Mia Standard Oil
''Mrs. Lk D. Vining, captain of the other favored an additional ;Judgeso Sunday afternoon.
1. Blues will have'' as her helper, to' decision Incase Louise Thede, Mr. T. J. Terry. Mrs. Mrs. Eva Strickland. Mr*. Ida
-- a* speed up
Mr*. Blanche Wainwrlgfet. Mr*. J. of ties-and abolition of the O. J. Philips Mrs. J. C. Shelton, Jones- and :Mr. *. Frank Reynolds, Tire Guaranteed Telephone 4CARL'S
Mrs. -
P. L. Dlnklns, Mr. N.,A. Braddock -
; A. Saul, Mrs. Anderson Mrs. Hut- commission. Voting up to the end were business-visitors In Starke
to.'Mr. Corpening Mr*. Longford of the week Indicated that latter I Mra EL F. Braddock. Mrs. A. Friday. i, 'One Year
Mr N. D. ,H. Harley Mrs. E. B. Wells, Mia Mills.and were
Wainwright. course of action would prevail. The Mrs. Tom family
Enxa
Blanchard
Mrs. H, A. Dew, a* captain of supreme court I La at present some i Mrs. Jake Shu- visitor in Saturday after MNNHNNNNN_
I ford Mrs.Marion .
the Golds will have* her\ helpers, DOO.o.....behind in its work..,, 'P.. SchneH Mrs .Catherine Reddish Mr* A. noon. st.f<< t O -
Mrs Hoover Miss:Beverly Cady 'I' ;-Teare Mr.,Jack Padgett was a visitor
'A'Jotnt: 'session of !!.. legislators Mrs.. Q. W. tL ,,. I
Mrs Et Bennett
p ':Mr*. Ray N wsora.Mm, D..A. Mon. wa held last Wednesday at which: I Brown in Gainesville Saturday Frigidairethe

telth, Mr*. Flora Cady ,and, Mrs. time General Charles'. Summerall Mrs. W. Fred Moor. Mrs. W. Mr. Lem Parriah attended the
E. Torode Mrs. Cbas. Dlnklns, Mis i CASH CORNERIn I
J. W. White. praised the school and highway Rebecca Whitehead Miss box. supper given in Sampson City I
Joyce
The winning side will be responsible Saturday night .
Florida and .
system of recommended Mia year uar-.
Terry Florrte
for refreshment at the next Terry, Was The-aUDg folk of Graham,enJoyed -
retraction of effort In S. R Johns
no Florrie Terry Mis: Building! -Opposite Depot
meeting and don't forget the date, these department ; Mary Edwards ,. a ,serenade.Saturday: : night anted electric refrigerator -
May, 27th just before poppy day. Mis Grace Arwood. Mrs. J. P. Wy- in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Ezekiel
.
and An effort to hasten legislation In rick Mrs. C.' R. 'Whitehead. Miss , Phone 45 Starke, Fla. We Deliver
Flease get busy get your mem- Dryden.
connection with appropriation was :t.
Eunice
charter roll will be Whitehead :Miss Hilda Wy .
bet, The .
defeated the senate, by a tie
( when rick Mrs. David W. Moore Miss
closed May 27th. vote_ em., failed______ to__ pass a__ _resolution_u Bessie Terry. Mrs. B. Perkins Mr.
I '
VISITOR HONORED. I calling for passage 'of such bill J. C.;Shelton Mr. Winston Shelton _HAMPTON For sale bySmith's SPECIALS FOR ,FRIDAY SATURDAY -

within the first SO days of session. and Mr. J. C. Shelton, Jr. - .... Ata blasts C::*r.Mr ,
One reason for this vote wa* the '
Mr*. D. P. Carpenter' and Mra.'
v T. \T. Long 'were charming hostesses long delayin: presentment by the Mesdame R. R.: Thede and W. *..W..AdamOthla'toam: but AND MONDAY

n to a delightful bridge party budget commission of the printed H. Edward were shopping In Jacksonville now a resident of Gainesville was Service

1 Saturday afternoon at their home report of appropriation recommendation Wednesday. the guest of Mr..'-and Mrs. Ovid.

complimentary to their slater, Mr. for the biennium 1931-82. Mesdames J. T. Moore and G. W. this week "

y D. C. Forehand of,Albany, Ga. Although nearly three-fourths' of a Roberta spent Wednesday Jack. Hayna Mra.- Bishop of Jacksonville visited .Station 4 No. 2 CANS TOMATOES* _____________ 23e
-
million lee than the 1029-30 bud

flower? A. profusion. lovely -spring 'get of $11,649,824. the new budget sonville..:Miss Jessie Meade spent'SuIiday frlends'and7slativea here this CHARMER COFFEE .- ,_____,..________ U
sweet pea; stocks gladlolu *****. .
i' 'jr u"-
breath did not show many radical changes.The In HamptOD'with her ."'r.: *" .. R/Colfoy'and Mrs.t 'W.B.i Starke Fla.'b ,
*, larkspur roses, baby Mr J. 50e
aid .calendula In basket and I commission explained this fact Mr. and Mrs. Herman Thede of Alexander and daughter Mia Wll- ,r SANKA COFFEE ._. ________I__.._-____
a* follow "It I not deemed advisable ,
1 Jacksonville were visiting Mr. and ,
bowl about in Jacksonville
were prettily arranged ma, spent a day &
the home for this enjoyable affair I to undertake to recommend Mrs. R. R. Thede Sunday. BACON PLATES,, per pound ....._ .;;.__---

c1 further specific reductions in this :Mr: *. Mary Todd of Jacksonville
served the tablesduring STEAM PRESSING COMPANY
Candy was on '
the games, at the close of, budget until the legislature Itself 1 11 visiting Mr. and Mrs. L H.'Hin. WHITE,BACON, per pound ___________ lie
SUITS CLEANED PRESSED AND RESHAPED
ha determined policies. Sourcesof Mr. Randall of .
Orlando wa in
which scores were added and prices 2 CUMBERLAND 25e
Ground COFFEE
warded Mrs. D. C. Forehand and revenue not heretofore available Lawtey last week looking after _J. Frank Thoman-Phone 52 I

'Mr*. 8. I* Peek for making high may be provided by the legislature SUGAR CURED **
HAMS
and second scqre The honoreewas which will be adequate to meet the ,f I per pound.,----- i.
budget herewith submitted . .. If
presented a gift a* a memento Wilaco Picnic HC
Hams Shankless pound ___
further down of the
any scaling ,
"; of the party* was also.little.MissMargaret : .

fi l The guest Forehand enjoyed'a tempting total'after budget' a Is definite found to policy be necessary ha 'EXTRACTS FROM RADIO REVIEW AND ,Longhorn Cheese, per pound._____;:._----- He

,
been with both expected
adopted dealing -
.aatad course.' Favor were sweet revenue and appropriation' Pure Creamery BUTTER, pound ________ ***
'

4)) lies Enjoying corsage the party wares Mr*. for partments.the larger" Institutions and de-. '. ' -BUSINESS FORECAST NUCOA, pound _ _____JL...._?____-__ --... %
_ G9 D. a Forehand :Mrs. J. 1C Mitchell '

'Mr* .J. A. Saul Mra. L. D.Vlning, Friday Three"morning'senate measure.. ,''quite of last,astir . . yYN" "rd % It. ,- 8 pounds Swiffs Jewel, Compound>_J ____ &e
;Mra: O. I Beasley, Mr*. S. L ,
.
'
ODe asking Investigation of all Issue April First ...... ., -
+
Peek, Mrs. J. E Iln. J. C 5 2St
Wilson. I pounds
ly I Inl "Robinson appointment: mad. by the governor -I HdAi J p' Sugar, white sacks **........_..T.T.-r---. ,
; ,.Mrs. C. A. Knight :un.W.JL P RAGR : 1s13Nt 1o'c": ntla,1 j : : ,'. I '
and not,required by law to bereported j '
Wainwright' IIn. D. A. 1 pound packages MarshmaUows t
another prohibiting employment'by "IT' .MJv* "**, ._ _-, --
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MrV Miss
Monteith A. JS.-A4UM
.
a Rudio'business ,
consi.erably.for
; ; the state official of activity has changed the better during '
w Matthew ,
Ethel Miss Florence No.
Griffin 10 lJ5
,r ., Ml* Madge Mlddleton. The member of their famine, and the the past'month and'the industrV>eDt ra the second quarter of,th e year In cans OIL SAUSAGE__:: __-______ $

2 ,.tea,guests were Mrs. W. ,T.,Jack- third slicing salaries of state employees much brighter spirits than it did the first quarter
Goo Mr* F.' A. Long and K.... Oeo. from 28 per cent 011"the 1 package Palm Olive Beads Fret with 3 Bart
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higher ftalarte* down to 10 per cent. ,* . "" .
JLowry. >
PARAGRAPH NO.B PALMOLIVE SOAP __;:_ill ::l__--- 25c
":
-4 '' _u_____ __u __ __ ___ f .
V. D. Ol NOTICE 'Sates '- V .. ., .. . '

r Horn' tingling drama wa filmed Leading .BANANAS, per poundITLZ-M 2 J.. .:._...;...-- 5e
The wC T. wchapter of the and.recorded in the wild of,-the .
Majestic increase In,Sales During the Past Three Weeks .
""" Vit d. Dark Continent. before : 5 pounds Black Peas': ?*
Daughter of the Confedvracy Jungle never *- Eye -.jui+a: ..:.._--
will meet next Wednesday penetrated by whit men were V: ._ : ,Places this Line" First Placer . h ...... .r

'afternoon at 8:90 .at the homo of Invaded by a motortaed safari of . I New Irish Potatoes, puuiil! _.=x SJSL r *

:''t: x... O. L.. HsyneevTRADER 100 truck and auto carrying the This from. *."The ChIcago Daily News. _," April 2nd,. '
"-': r. r' rto* Suf: y l '2 Heads Lettuce 1 . 15e
i first and only: sound recording apparatus -- _
.? BORN" AT THE ever brought to Africa.i uGribaby-Grunow.Co. Co.. old $3,061W6 of radio sets'and tubes last month ----------- ----------

\\r;"' FLORIDA. ACK8ONVnJLE. Through this feat, the picture' officials announced t
I '.(, bring theatre-goers thousandsof . ..
.
Order1 ;
676. 88 tubes. an,' f6r-00,000 refrigerators .#.
; ,Movie-goer of' Stark are ax- native, with their savage :' 'Grigsby-Grunow HAMPERS M15e
_ .,
____ _
'V tended a cordial inflation .to-see dances counties wild- beasts&Del officials report f ,$QO.ft& ,'. ; ,lJUte.bank,and,all 1 bills paid.., .

f',rg;, :and hear the sensational' romantic" other detail in their'prlmtUv..ur Yes, thant' you.iMalv, .>u mess 13 good. _. '.. ? No. 2 Yellow Western Corn L: .:..:.....L:--_ $2.00

: adventure picture, "Trader Horn. rounding l' 1 H'S'' ?'. N ,:,tH '

_t
't: ,Jacksonville Saturday May 2, for book by Alfred Aloyslu (Trader) 4usR '

1? a special week's engagement. The Horn and Ethelreda Lewis, deals Wesco Scratch Feed _____:.. -_ $j20
picture adapted from the famous with the trader and his protege --

i book which ha been a best seller Peru.:, ,Trader Horn promise awomab ANDF ", .. WS 'STORETARKE. Complete Line of Fruits and.Produce. We buy
tor three year, was made on location missionary to*find fthe
Chickens ".
4 : In Africa." an4 took more White Goddess of the savage laorgl and Eggs I
,
!i, than two year to film.' trlbe.-whom she believed to be'her c -I II

;r, Hailed a* the greatest undertak daughter lost In a native .raid a* a .:.; FRUITS i

4rins." in picture history. Trader baby. .... r-- AND'PRODUCE- DAILYrA.GS -- .--:::::

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H4Y 1,1931
COUNT xnuuiBAPit; BTJUUCEL TCLOBJEDA
PAGE
FITO
. spent the ..---
week-end in Starke ------
with nraph we have ever made. For
( m
-
his family. Ford Factory Doctor Gainesville, were guests of J. J.
cry limited time, 8 for SLBO. Come
now or you miss the bargain of a Pays High TributeTo'Sargon''Power THERESSA Zeigler Sunday.
R.. Store
The J;/& Department end Katie in Ocala Fugate with spent the week- ifetlme. -The. Hoover Bros. Studio ,Mrs. A. L...Sullivan Mrs. W. M. Phillips and Miaa
her sister Vir Starke Fla. .
,434Jt.Mrs.
ginia Fugate. Mildred Phillips are visiting at 1.

Next Door to the Post off Ice "Sargon Is one of the most pow Mrs Susie Hardy and son, Henryof Levett this week.
Lamlra' Murders .
.and erful
Mr. J. E. Robinson and Mr. Keen Bill Graham son strengthening, reconstructive Jasper, are visiting Mr. A. Sullivan Miss Allef Collins of Gainesville, +
,.left for
of Wednesday a tonics and body builders I have
STARKE, FLORIDA Ocala, spent Friday with Mr visit to friends .(a Oilandoand a known In the SO years I have en- this week. Is the guest of Miss Eva Lee this d
and Mrs. J. F. Colley. Mr. W. T. Zelgler returned to week.
business
trip to Melbourne. They gaged in the practice of medicine," wj
; will return Friday.Mr. declared Dr. P. K. Drummond for Jacksonville Friday after a visit of Mr. A. L. Sullivan and familyand
Mr. and Mrs. Ernie Dowling and 12 several days with his father, J. J. Mr. C. Sullivan Mid family, '
NEW\ DRESSES k Mr.children of Plant City are visiting and Mra K. L,Middleton of Ford year.Motor factory Co., Detroit physician, who at was the: Zelgler. visited relatives at Providence Sun
Bowling's Miss Jessie
parents. Jacksonville spent with Prevatt of Starke,
Sunday retained to examine the formula. day.Mr.
Dr. and Mrs. W.!Eo, Middleton and' "At this season of the year, especially was the guest of Miss Ethel Pack- W. A. Jones was transacting;
received 223 of the Mrs. Dan Boree and son Randolph were accompanied home by their people who are in a run- ham Sunday. business in Starke Tuesday.Mr. .
newest
have just spring and of Jacksonville, I Miss Teresa Bennett Is attend
We in were'IsItOI'S daughter, Marjorie --Sue who has' down condition, due to simple anemia B. T. Saxon of Hampton,
Starke Monday. I been visiting her grandparents.Mr. thin, watery blood ing summer school In Starke. was a visitor to Theresa Tues-
summer frocks fashioned in the latest styles-chiffon, poor digestion Mr. Archibald Johns of Starke,
or elimination,
should benefit day.Mr.
Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Lord of was a business visitor to Theressa i'
Tampa Bob Simpson tax collectorof richly from the Sargon treatment." and Mrs. D.'W. Moore and
and long sleeves and sleeveless.
and crepes-short are spending several weeks in Dade county, with his wife and, Dr. Drummond's straightforward Tuesday. son, David, attended the gradua
Starke' looking after business in Miss Melrose Jordan of Starke, tion exercises t
daughter, and State's Attorney; i endorsement of Sargon is in Starke Tuesdaynight. '
tereats. : was a visitor to Theressa Tuesday Y
Vernon Hawthorne of
Miami were typical of the unstinted praise It
values guests of MI'.and Mrs. N. EX WainWright has received from scores' of other I Mrs. D. W. Moore and sons, David -! Mrs. W. M. Brown returned to
$5.00 values $6.00 $7.50 values W. B. Alexander of Hampton, this week. outstanding physicians and explains I and Howard, were visitors to I her home In Brooker Saturday attar -
was taken to the Riverside hospital why Sargon Is the Hampton Sunday afternoon.Mr. a week's visit at the home off
$3.87 $4.87 Jacksonville, first of this week i Mr. H. L. Brownlee, Jr., of At- largest sale of any tonic having medicineof and Mrs. Rupert Zeigler o her son, Mr. Wilmot Drown.

$$3.37 for medical treatment.Mr. lanta. Ga., spent the week-end in its kind la the world today. ,-.
Starke and was accompanied home Sold by CanovA
Printed Crepes Plain and Print+ Chiffon and and Mrs. I* A. Davis and I Monday by his wife and son, who Starke; Lawtey Drug Pharmacy Company,, ,1.r
ed Crepes Crepes guests, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Perry bad spent the past few months Lawtey. HOWDY FOLKS--
man, of Atlanta, Ga., spent Tues here with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. ,j.
day at Silver Springs. M. Leviton. 'q"
,. ... Tampa Farmers curb market JUST WANTED TO TELL YOU-NEXT r
----------------- ----------------------- for business at northeast corner of
Little Miss Mary Edwards of Mrs. H, L. Chamberlin of Parsons Morgan and Zack streets.
Lawtey is visiting her aunt aDd Kansas, who has been spend- Marlanna- New school building SATURDAY IS -{
EXTRA SPECIALThis uncle, Judge and Mrs. A. Z. Adkins. Ing a while here with her daughter to be erected at Florida Industrial If
Miss Betty Chamberlla, left 'school

Monday for her borne, being called Leeaburg Mr. and Mrs. E. R. BARGAIN DAY At Our Store 1
Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Brookingof there on account of the sudden Williamson opened floral shop at

coupon and 69c entitles holder to a silk-to.:the-top Gainesville, attended the B. H. death of her motherinlaw.Mrs. northwest corner of Orange avenue i
S. graduation exercises Tuesday and Main street Yes Sir, and we don't mean maybe. A Real Bargain
evening. W. T.r Jackson, of Baa- I
t.OO full fashioned pair'of hose SATURDAY ONLY; DayListen to this
: ;
onton, Ga., and Mrs. D. C. Forehand rr. .
Mrs. Mary Todd and Dan Turner and little daughter, Margaret
of Jacksonville attended the graduation of Albany, Ga.,'who have been the 'TH K Every person who brings this notice or ad to our store

exercises of the B. H. S guests of Mr. and Mrs. D.' P. Carpenter next Saturday, May 2nd, Is going to get Twenty-fire j

Tuesday evening. and Mr.and Mrs.T.'T'Long FLORIDATHEATRE Cents (25c) credit on the purchase price of one sack
for the past week left Wednesdayfor .
only of Purina Chow.
Mrs. E. L. Middleton :Mrs.: J. C.Crouch their respective borne.. any

Bits of Jacksonville and, were Mrs. Sorderbaum guests of Mrs.,of Mrs. R. F.-Clarke left Wedn..- Never has Purina Feed been sold at such low pricesas
JACKSONVILLE.!: FLA
W. BJ. Mlddletoa_Friday.: day for New Tort, to be gone several .we have on them now. Never could pullets be raised

'. I months. She+was accompaniedby so cheap. Come to our store Saturday and let us show M
Mr. and ,Mr* Walter>> Williamsand Mrs;WID'Brydon, who baa been ONE ENTIRE WEEK about this Bargain.
you
local Nevfcsr children, of Valdosta, 'Ga., visiting her sister, Mrs. F. F.
: spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs.J. Stump, as far as-her horn In.Danville Commencing SAT. May 2nd Special instruction
on proper feeding and other -
M.:Mitchell Va. {if
Concerning Our People; Bottoms and The Moat Amazing Motion problems will be given by the Purina repre-

Progr** 01 this County and Mrs. H. C. Wall, and Mr. and dren, a T. and OUie and Mrs. A. urday.
Mrs. Junius Smith were visitors V. Long and daughter. Annie, of 1'

.,. r r nrnnnnnnnnneennnnnnnnnr_. in Jacksonville Sunday.Mrs. Gainesville, were dinner guests of Yours
nn.... ....... "TRADER for Cheaper Feeding Cost
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Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Brownlee Tuesday -
WBATHKR; BEPOBT The Van Heusen Collarite Shirts)
W. A. Sterns and daughter evening Thor afterwards attended -
at Alvares. Louise and Mrs. R. V. Turner the B. H. 6. graduation ex-
GDapUe4 by'Starke branok., u. I motored to Jacksonville Wednes ercises. HORN"Two Bradford Co. Farmers Supply Co.
1Wb7' Department. Mrs. W. M. Walnwright and Mrs. day and spent the day. .

eek ending April 29, 1931, H. C. WaU spent Friday in Lake Among those from Lawtey at- years to film! And now its P. S. Don't forget to bring your notice or adv. It's wortha
Butler with Mrs. O. J. Griffin. The "Vogue", the finest special tending the 'B. H. S. graduation here-the greatest thriller ever
Date Max. MJn. ?rep. photo we have ever made. 8 for exercises were:.:Mr. and Mrs R. R. to reach the Talking Screen! quarter ((25c) here Saturday and money don'tarrow ,

.23 73 47 .a Mr. and Mrs. Ik D. Green and 160. The time is very limited. Thede, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Edwards Don't Miss It! on trees these days.
.24 79 ::49"- -=r family spent Sunday. in Mayo with Come now or you miss It. Hoover ,' Mr.,'an<*!.Mra. Louts Hill,
relatives. Mrs. W.: E.'Torode Mrs. Effie Miner
r.25 83 60 Bros Studio Starke, Fla. 4-24-2t
'86-.... 4'J-........_ ,, -. I and Mr. and Mrs. T. L. WainWright -
.2T 84 63 Sup-e: built serge suits now Mrs. T. B. Massie,, Mrs. O. L.; I 't -"X Or<**__ TJ __
28 81 94 2200. 3. )(.Alvarez. Beasley, Mrs: L. D. Vlnlng and ?
.29 82 60: -:' Mrs. A. 2. Adklns spent Friday.in a. W.'HlDaon Hampton;was a
No rainfall. Mrs.: N. T.: Rltch'and Mrs. T. B. Jacksonville business visitor to Starke Monday 'Specials May 1st & 2nd
O I.. ,' I :Maasie ,spent Monday in 'Jackson afternoon. In conversation with, a '
Ir. and :Mrs. J. F. Colley spent; ville. Mrs. E. M. Johns, Mrs.. 'T. J. Telegraph reporter Mr.lUnsoa expressed -
i weekend In- !Orlando Griffin Mrs. 'J. E. Corpening and his disapproval of the pro-
I Miss Emma Strickland spent :Mrs. C. A. Knight, spent Friday in posed bill now pending to pay WALDORF
New Pay Well Overalls at J.:' M. theweekend In Gainesville with Jacksonville county commissioners In counties
friends. of this size a salary of $000 a year,
Priced rightand TOILET PAPER Srollsfor -25c
Mrs. O. J. Griffin left Saturdayfor and stated he had advised the legislature -

Mrs. J. L. Frace* spent Mr. 'and Mrs. Frank Rhodes of Jacksonville to be near her sister of his opinion. The present -
day In Gainesville. Gainesville, spent Sunday afternoon lira W. J. Griffin who is critically rate gives cosmml.eioner. about Clearbrook Beat Grade Vest FoodBUTTER

; In Starke.wlth relatives. in.Senator. $100yearly.FLORIDA; .,
Herman Krause and Miss
Griffin spent Tuesday In Work 'U.215 up. J. )(. Al- E. M. Johns spent the BACONPound NUCOA
nvllle.Ir. vares. week-end at home and was accompanied I


and Mrs. H. C. Richard of Mrs. J. M. Mitchell and Mrs. J. his back Wife to Mrs.Tallahassee Johns, who Mondayby will Pound28c 14c 2 pounds - .35c

lathe, visited friends and rela- E. Wilson i motored to Gainesville spend several weeks there. THEATRE

ea i In Starke Sunday. Monday for the day.: --. .. .." ,- -" - ---, .
Mrs. Walter) Glatzan and son, GAINESVILLE.Program) FLA? MAXWELL HOUSE

L J. L. Frazee was in Miami, Miss Hazel Mlddleton leaves Friday Bobby returned Saturday to their ......... c. '
!day on professional, business. -for Palmetto and Bradenton,I home in DeLotid.: They were ac- COFFEE Pound Can 28cPIllSBURY'S
Wilbur Week May 1 - - - - -
and Mrs. -
for a week's visit with friends., companied by .Mr. ,
atttag suits for men and boys. I Scott, who spent the week-end __ -
|M.Alvarez Mrs. 1. Wyman and Mrs. Ed- there. TODAY
BEST
ward Burns spent Monday in Jack FLOUR
1'1. James B. Godbold of Jack- sonville. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Wadkins and Ruth Chatterton
'
e,. is the guest'of.her sister, children Geo. Jr., and Catherineand This "balanced''flour will give you a new idea of perfect baking.
s. S. Dowling.J. Dress shoes $3.45 up. J. M. Al- cousin Susie Creahaw of Coleman la" ,
vares. were guests of Mr. and Mrs.
> S. DeSha of Waldo, is the L. S. Hutto and family Sunday. "UNFAITHFUL"Added 6 pounds 25c - - 12 pounds,47c24pounds,91ce
t of her brother'and slster-ln- JDr. W.E. Mlddleton was a professional ,
', Mr. and Mrs. O. L. Beasley. visitor hi Plant City The "Vogue", an extraordinary Chimp Comedy Act --". r- '
Tuesday., .931 spring special photograph. News BABY LIMA -

D. T. Clarke of':Miami Is ,The finest, largest special; photo-
guest of her parents Mr- and Miss Martha, Fripp of Columbia,, I
- N-aWainwrtght., S. C. arrived Thursday' for a visit ,: .,SATURDAY, u-y/- < .a GreatNorthem.BEANS,4pounds25c

wits .her sister. Mrs. L G. PowelL IT'S HERE Finn & Hattle. Abroad

Gums Ma Bennett spent .--,
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'WId.
_ek-end In Jacksonvlll with Mr. and Mrs.:W.Mv Wain Wright Whole Bean Beit.Grade 'LI6611.COFFEE .

-,*-. 4 .,:. 4 4EOT and Mrs. H. a Wall spent Monday ALFMftMvopa Leon Errol, Mltzl -

afternoon. Jacksonville.' Green. Za u Pills, Regla '. Grits or MealConi Beef f

A Fancy:; and white broadcloth Toomey Ground In our mill ,
WQRQ shirts 95c. J. U. Alvarez. .... Added Ace,sari Oesaedy

; atuasnn pounds25c 'pounds23e Per Can 23c.
COLUMN -
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Walnwright attendedthe
Mr..W. "'1M .'="'- Monday & Tuesday .
Bankers Convention In West -

uz.rr. I> "towsv GUI at Palm Beach this week. : I Gloria FANCY .
I. ....Morgan.&(Mt. MOUtory : NEW ALEMITE .Swanson"INDISCREET" FIRM
Mrs. H. C. Wall and Mrs. N. i..p..tu toted
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It.Drr-:3 a room bath Sternberg spent Thursday' Jack. IRISH POTATOES10 pounds 28c
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t.c. -
t. Jw loeated, Reasonable sonville.Mrs., . MOTOR OIL

W. Iloqu,,,. )WFtL With .
"Io have Drive
Sam Anderson, Mrs. A. W. ?We it for you now. Ben -
.Lyon
LABOR -. If jym iraed I'Anderson and Mrs. Louts Kahr, in refill today with and it. let us drain and Added -.;. Comedy Bereeej Song. Castle Haven Compound Full Cream

dl a-round. oalataaf lama o4uL'XUi+gday In Jacksonville. The new Atamto Motor Oil. 'Hew ;r
w mechanics. ,. leer:D.- P. + ---- Alemite
refined by the new
Starke. Satisfaction Mrs.1 Wank'> Hoover and Mr. and Process Mad from Selected Sugar Corn LARD CHEESEPound

tMcL Mrs..Of,M. Sistrunk were,-visitors 100%PIn Pennsylvania Crude: WEDNESDAY"It

SALE-Modern, UttJe buDp in Gainesville Tuesday. ,Oils.W recommend: that you try ft Pay*'td' verll.e" 2 Cans - -18c Pound .- llc - 20c'Where .
4 ,
rooms sad bath electric Good times again and everything because: we know you will ape ,' I ; .
iD4 modern kitchen, built lo cheaper. J. :M.:Alvarez.Mr. ,'rieaee new motoring satisfaction. With a Star. Cast -- .
wee, garage. a hell We have tested it and know you Added OrImed,. Oolf with
room
will find it a put aid to superior
eel chicken ;yard beautiful : and Mrs. W. J. Epperson too. Johnny Farrell New

Utu and hrabb nr. Most beau- visited Mr. and Mrs. W. P. KnightIn performance Let..show you why AlemlU, I ..

locks lee> home Church WvStarke,street; ,four. loon Madison i. Sunday. ,Motor Oil is tale.sure, superior- Com. Thurs. & Fri. C) .SIOUE

from PG8totfJce. rurnWte Miss Loiselle Turner Is spending SMITH'S SERVICE "The Secret Six"
be unfurled:; must be seen this- week' In Cedar Keys with II'} STATION Sailfaction '
enns.appl'eIate4. Cub ot some friends. John Mack: Brown, a Certainty"BaADroaD ,
See Coo a a. Lewla STABUV FLORIDA I Wallace Beery -

Jewelry Itf Mr. F. B.Johns of Gainesville. I
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4, FAUE SIX: BRADFORD COUNTY T TELEGRAPH.!: SfAKKK. Kl,. roar, FRIDAY; .\ III//t

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DEVELOPING THE CHILD care Is more apt to grow Into a EGG-LAYING CONTEST old Bonnie J. The Angus were Bunnell Ed Johnson p
good citizen both. physically and! SCENE OF ANNUAL WEST sired by Brenthlan,-now owned by ed Mercantile: building on
FLORIDA PUOLTRY MEET French Broad Farms Ifi Tennessee.. street and,plans
Johnson
(By Spuds ) mentally.And relnOdellnrban
4 FARM NEWS SECTIONConducted ''.least children Brenthlan ''Is direct from such Jog Into- :
May 1 is National Child Health last, but not our -1
annual:West as Oakville Quiet Lad ,
should receive the proper Chipley, Fla.-The breeding Dade CitY-Harry FrlellnaB(
Day.Nowadays they are talking a lot moral training' so that they will Florida Poultry Institute was. recently and. Idol Mere. ened ladles' .ready-to-wear *

By about "nutrition" of children.. I ''grow into good citizens morally. i I held at the Egg-Laying Contest shop .for ,business In Massey: eyb It1\\
;After all is still important I ASSOCIATION'TO Ing.
: that
.L T. DYER County Agent have not, yet been able to understand here and a number of poultrymen DAIRY k kI
and listened HOLD SPECIAL MEET AT ...!'
I everything about this "vita inspected the plant -
1 Home Demonstration
MISS PEARL JORDAN Agent
r min A, vitamin B. and vitamin C" AGRONOMY AND ANIMAL to an interesting program'' of SILVER SPRINGS JUNK B

't business, but there is. one thing I HUSBANDRY COURSES TO talks. A study of the leading birds
FARMERS PLANNING TO RAISE. .MORE HOO8 have gathered from all this talk BE GIVEN. 1S SUMMER 'at the contest and, their records Gainesville Fla.-A special educational -
f I+, POISON BOLL WEEVILS AND LESS COTTONMrs. about ItIt Is that for beat growth _1 was one of the most Interesting meeting of the Florida'State I

; SHOULD BEGIN EARLY and development of a. child's body features of the darn I program. Dairymen's Association will'I
1k It Is for the child to Gainesville, :Fla.-Three.,courses businessmen be betel at Silver Springs near
, I1 C.. C.. Ford of Frisco wrotea necessary .Lunch was served by the
r I Gainesville, Fla Boll 'weevils poem aimed at arousing the legislature have a variety of foods In Its diet, In agronomy and three In animal and women of this city. Ocala, June B, Dr. A. L. Shealy,
will be appearing In cotton field to relieve agricultural con. and for It to have plenty of milk, husbandry will be offered by the Among the speakers were H. L. chairman of. the educational,committee

F, during the latter part of May and' ditlons. It was Introduced by Goo. eggs, oranges, tomatoes and other University of Florida College of Irvin; Callahan, Florida. poultry- has Just announced.
; 3c farmers' who are planning to pels B. Terrell of Alto. Captain Brownof fruits and vegetables. Agriculture during the summer's man; E. F. Stanton. contest super Special speakers on the program
,i on them should remember the old the Wooten Hotel bell hops, Abilene That looks like It la pretty simple session which will be held here visor; Miss Eleanor Clark and :Miss will be Dr. John J. Tigert, president CAPITAL :

E ''r axiom. "The etrly bird gets' the writes an answer. His letter doesn't it? Mrs. Johnson must June IB August 7, Major W. L. Elsie Laffitte home demonstration of the University of, Florida; puns{T1/f1JJ/
adc { worm", According to E. F. Gross follows: : have had a pretty good Idea about Floyd, assistant dean has announced agents; County Agents Gus York, A. B. Nystrom extension seniordairy Arson in
,j man. who for the past few yean I have written an answer to the feeding children for ours all grew The agronomy courses Sam Rountree, and :Mitchell Wllk- husbandman. U. S. Bureau of .fir MTII

+ has been studying boll weevU control following poem by :Mrs. C. C. Ford off to be pretty husky, and are not will be taught by Dr. O. C. Bryan IDa; and Norman, R. Mehrhof J. Dairy Industry at Washington; ..... .6w Y ...IV. A..... ..a.. _
1)) at the Florida Experiment Station clipped! from a San Angelo paper: troubled with Indigestion dypep- and those in animal husbandry byProf. Lee Smith and Dr. E. F. Thomas Nathan Mayo state commissioner ...........y_... Is A..rr.a,",
should begin, Just sia bowlegs or other serious of agriculture; and Alf. R. Nellson r -.I, e..u trilk lor ....
(, ji poisoning any C. H. Wllloughby. from the College of Agriculture. ..-linn HUM b...r'''I_
t before the squares are large Eight-cent cotton and 40-cent ailment. I The agronomy courses to be given S president of the state Guernsey .... bM *t tk..... Na ...I..

;t enough to rear weevils, and then meat,. By the way do you know what I are 801, a study of the nature FLORIDA FARMERS BUY Breeders' Association. ....-. -r..1 e.rr.-.._........"......1Idok.... 10
usually! from four to five weekly How in.the world can a poor man saw In the paper the other day It and properties of soils as relatedto BEEF BULLS FROM THE The program will begin at 10 a. -r

' applications will suffice. He does eat? said that bowlegs are not necessarily crop production; 001 a seminarfor AGRICULTURAL COLLEGE m., recess for lunch at noon, and 'A.....j,Is w..d.,.............
; not believe It practical to poison Flour.up high cotton down low the result of the child's tryIng reviewing recent literature then after the evening program a _a.,......m.o. ...-....

cotton which will not produce over How In the world can we raise the to walk too soon they are more dealing with soils and crops; and Gainesville Fla. Seven purebred sightseeing trip over Silver IE.._,.._will I........I..6_ ,
+ti} 1-3 bale per acre. dough? apt to be the result of lack of lime 600, special'' problem In soils. young Hereford and Angus Springs will be made. sw rasa t Arc a-h wam la.the.b,_MI 11.]y.MM..|,
: Poisoning the weevils that have Our clothes worn out shoes run and phosphorus in the diet. Seems Agronomy 301 will give B semester bulls were recently sold to Florida .On the following day June 6, a .PI-.........,...
Just emerged from winter hibernation down, I funny, doesn't ItT I had never stopped , hour credits while 501 offers 1 farmers by the College of Agriculture dairy field day will be held at Inspiration
S is the most economical and Old slouch,hat''with a hole In the I, to think about it that way. It' credit and 005 from 1 to 3 credo here. Four of the bulls were Ranch near Bradentc.n.I .
', satisfactory. This is best done by I crown. also said that bad teeth are the re- its.' Herefords; 2 were sold to T. H. ' HAROLD C. WALLINSURANCE
either dusting or mopping! with:Backs near broken; fingers all sore, sult of the' lack of these minerals, The animal husbandry courses Holmes, Baker, 1 to J.B, Starkey, I Spraying watermelons with ,...-
calcium arsenate. For young plants,I Cotton going down to rise no more. which are contained In milk,aDd 'are 304 feeding>, management and St. Petersburg and 1 to John,O, Oj)Bordeaux will control anthrac-
the mopping is recommended while I vegetables and fruits and eggs. I marketing of beef cattle and hogs; Kelley,'Blountstown.:. One Angus nose according to workers ;with
p for larger stalks the dusting has Eight-cent.cotton ten-dollar: pants, ; All of us are familiar with the. 305;, feeding and marketing the 'was sold to Mr. Kelley and 2. to L. the Florida Experiment Station. 8TARKE. FLORIDA

{ proven better. I Who In the world has got a old expression about the boy being' 'dairy herd and testing dairy products K. Edwards Irvine. -

6 J By the mopping method a bit of cJ.anceT: ., ., father of the man and I daresay' ; :and 601i;a seminar,.ori research l .These.bulls came from some of
4 poisoned syrup mixture la mop- We can't.buy clotheaywe fed ort the'buds of each stalk,This meat,"' '," Attention to JUCome.to think of it,I 'duction. Courses 804 and 305 will, college. The Herefords,were aired, StrawberryIn "Plants: of'.Qualit' ''

Vl'Up.doea not:Attract the weevils?, Got) too* much'' cotton' and nothing ,however1 It is easy to'pe. that the each) give,' 3 credits ,while,credit: ,by Lord Salisbury, a son of,Bonnie
,
but they will get the arsenate when to,eat, ... .. ... child that receives,p..opu'food and for 501 will be arranged., j ,J. Marvel and a grandson 'of the

they go to the bud for food. The We got no homes, we got no wealth .d ... u,_______ I our HI years as plant grows this Is the shortest
Recommended mixture,,1s juade, byfftUing -
f Losing .pur..credlti ruining our : j crop of plants we have ever produced.Its not over 35 per
of.calcIum'
1 arsenate
'pound .
health... : '' ' oent normal over the entire country; ;Quality of plants
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of water and ""
l In 1'to gallons! Can't help' eacuv'6ther, what shall 1' .. ,
. I I the best are'
ever-we now making shipments Into
. ;your
adding 1 gallon of some cheap: syjup 'We dor;'
Condition
Statemnet of of
!,,y not molasses.. One : section.
> preferably .
I '
k1 should treat one acre once. can't solve the;pfoblemeolt'p up ; Missionary 1000 to"6090; 1340 per thousand; 10-
( For to you.. 000 or over $3JS5."i ,See and* order. Our
our agent place
,. ,
dusting. the .calcium, arsenate :
I. .' \. c. i iEightcent ., catalog to free for the asking /::1-tyj J .
amountof '
Is mixed! with an equal
; carload of ,;
a'' hydrated lime and'' dusted over '' "cotton. ,and, Agents Brownlee Bros. A. J. Thomas'Ray Newiom,
of 4 to,6 tax, BAN OF STARKE; and G. W Bobe..ta.wter..F1a.1: See them and place order
the plant* at the rate ; The loads too heavy'for'our poor : .
pounds per acre The dusting backs. . early to,soake sure of wants., We J will bold? .yuor order.

should be done when the air Is We're a good set of farmers, we all kbLt' : ;

,;I till so that the,dust'will- .settle, : know well: '.. "."..\.;(:4 V"\; ..'' A ..OFEONOREANk'' J. A. BAUER

q'' ever the entire plant. But there's something wrong as '. I', ', ) j ,

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sure as .The plant Man
Strawberry Judsonla; Ark. Bex 21
; We all worked hard, we groaned r.,, .7,! 'I.1'1" f . .
\ and sweat,.. -*. '--.1] .1.: .AI" .. ..
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Now we're rulnedf we're blowedupf pleased to call attention to the ,followingstatement

'"The Voice ef .. setNo . of. .. .',

1 y Florida"r., .- j I With use elght talking"' -cent* any cotton. pan's and beat 40-cent ;,of\the I'9cnditionof j :; theBankof, ( Starke, at. the, the' TELEGRAPhS

Gainesville, Fla With the meat> : "

monthly all-Florida"4-H club program ' _close_ of business: .on. ; 'Tuesday, April"28th.1931; ::' 1/
.scheduled night, Answer | .. |?A ( /; tiw| .\ S ?
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lorldarp'arm a SEND YOU
May a,and the Jr1 Hour Cars up high gas also ,, I I 1... f .
A.'nice silk already' to go.v; ,, "'.. ''''' ; :"-.",.;'" '-.;: ,.r.' I. . -
coming at >noon each. week dayWIWF gown '-:--M-; -..".'x" ? -_..:- '. RESOURCES i ,' .
+ and the University of Flor You won.t"rais bogs and kill yOUI'your ..
'I. ... COO
Agricultural' Extension Service meat, .,\ y{ .. \\t\"\ d," ... "till,i '.'J ",' ( . . -
will offer Florida farmers and 4.Hfolka How in the heck'do you;expect toeatter ',: 'Loans;'and Discounts" __ I _. 1. .'/>, '..,...,,Y $210,010.42: 60
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V""j. rI! ,'T"r ,'
many Interesting broadcast .IJ & :!' 'l<'UlI.. ' s
d '
Over"draft's MAGAZINES
next week. The 4-H program wWW _ "" """"' 4-:,,"" 1 "! 1<\.1. : t ,. 482.45. _
.given by girls from the State Don't buy silks to wear to town;. Banking Home ''' ;'urliitire'r\ / ; ... ,
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Cotton clothes are nice for church ;:\
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College for Women at Tallahassee .
3 i from 7:80: to 8:00. The farm hour in any man's town., .' ,.. ahH'Fiiturci.ti. I, / ,' .If.. / ""?"} !"I 7,500.00, ,AMDTHIS NEWSPAPER
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Win begin1 at 12 o'clock each day .Stop planting cotton plsntsomeC&Ae OtherReaREstate"; . jI. : :
.. 9,093.32
'an4- present,the following topics: &)* r ._! t .. ,} III 01" .. ,' /r '" ,.',..
{Bat.;'May -Flortda Farm NewsMQ Chen the, dura, ,cotton ,will rise Tax "Certificates _".I.u.-: :" .r. .", ;, (1 2,897.32: ;
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Hints.. t1. .-,Farm ,Science :again..n" \Cash Reserve J 1 _':__'::L$123,262:09f; : :; '" .j' 'I ...' , 1-0*:$\ ..., 'FOR

r,' Snapshots.K'fMon.., May -Puttng! Quality Fen-dollar pants,a,child will know e United States Bonds6,450.00: : : ONLY ''ONLYfa'saME
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l Egg: on the Market-:.CARi Ryan. Were mad);ifof; uokers" and a i Municipal and County"'' 1 ', ' /7 /.
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showX "" "' : : ;4l..a
bar
on (mighty
The Cost of Operating a .
:Florida Poultry Farms Frank Anyone who buys them don't needa ' Bond. 4 jjiu-MU i 59soooo; : \? : '. ,'.: J' ; ..q n
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at chance: f- ', .'.; ..' .
W.. Crumley.. ,Farm''Reporter. ,<, Items JnFroSwTof X"'v'.r'
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and year
Washington. *"' and'ought to eat cotton :

j1 j1rues.. .. .May- Cotton-Cushion ,''no, pants,. Clearing rtr,a H __i_! _'.. *2i381.04 4 ;, yOU
Scale and Its Control-Dr. K. W.' 'Items .r , '. :. CAN'H'' YOUR
Berger. Farm Question Box.aaWedk Helping each other Is a thing of out for"Collecbon.i ___.. . .. I CHOICE
$f Relation of the past. ,' .x' OF ANXFIVEOF,, ,
May 8-111. ,(Guaranteed) ._ 682.50 | 192275.63,
HealthMrs.Eva You'U have to help yourself' and i' :, r ? '. ? : . I THE '
p In the Diet to f MAGAZINES
Eggs :' ) LISTED'
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R. Methods fight.to the last.. ::: Other Resource;: :' -:- .. : : ':" 5900.00 '
Culley Popular ? 'I:':' ......,.... .. ,-." ..- .-, I < ,
fort! Using Eggs-Miss Anna Mae Raise a.garden., .lao.some. peas,, i. '1 '. BELOW FOR A FULL YEAR
Sikes. Primer for Town Farmers.f Harvest a crop, put, some. grain. in ... # co fT i I
yl f"IThun., May 7 Some Timely i i the bins... ((4 J h. t : 'S. H :; t.l-------: :..: ------Ji;-...$428,159.14I ,\\TW.EL.vE. ,MONTHS )

Farm Jobs and How"to Do Them- Losing 'your' credit. is.thing. 'youneedr I t I' . J ) \'!."' ,) i.\\\\ ,\ : .. Why pay more for your magazines
,1 3: Francis Cooper: 'The Relation LIABILITIES f' when you can buy th.m at leas than
of Eggs-In,the i Diet to Growth' You didn't know how. to keep'It*. and ;' Total-ll ; I COlt through your home town newt-:

Dr. C..F. Ahmann.Y', i -It.went to' seed.a ..*.- -- 1' "''S ; i'",\ .\ ', I, +\Cli"tVt' \" paper? You can actually get five ofAmerica'
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; 8"Ilow..Ouat.rur. ,s : *.* (*.:*. ,_... " Capital J$ ''
|rB'rtr May < - ____________,, __ .t._ 15,000.00 leeding'fatm'end'uctlon
e, pentine" and.Rosin Producers .are Fl.Dd.'our own, faults- and. then ( .i1 magazine.'at this 'amazing pries If''
Surplus andJJndivided'Profi29,758.04'Stockholders: : : : : : .
Organizing, Julian Langner. Progruns atone : you SSr! .new. .If you act quickly you
"r of the National Pecan Growers Can your food and live at home. uaJilJty.Reaerve; .. will
3000.00 receivejUjy
-r.\W.O !rapexlnsn! during
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In the, +
to to'church
Cooperative H. H. Simmons. / 4 M the
MIU1Homes \ ). ltfA---: 1 j 380,401.10 t I next I year.for just a littl..rnor*
Extenslons1&orkwitq.. Cooperative! sbowO l7yt4l, "' "J 1\ t l'l Deiits'Total. ---- : tJ"'= r then .th. price of thf*: newtpopef.'
6penc. woufct be''b&"ppler'ttht..We "t, : !J ) UI :I I Don't
Fire ')00" " ,\ ,, \ tH'\1'\ t "''J; hesitate to send your order If. '
forecast will be gtv- aU know ; o = tome of these

.q early during each of the noon _. _______.,,.......r____=_ _$428,1591.; ;.1,....;.. t newels/ will be come extended to you now.Re'..*,,,.-' I
Don't sit and welt far tfncle Sam \\ \. .' l
; be programs) broadcast, and from mitket\reports the State Mar-wUl To fix up your bread with nice rich \..:..:-,-.... .- I iJiJ I -\-,'!., 4 isu, ,, .. 3muj -r''d ."t 'date.month: *,,ahead. ,''.of. I your expiration'

bUng Bureau In Jacksonville each And I .... *SHf f\. '

week ftlASftlSTIKQ day at.U.:.. ,.. >:,.......... ...,lt2:4a...... p'l tray serVe.Mrrf'i f'C iiifofyou K;*.. %nt... J i.t...v silver ; In, submittih.11; this ,statement i we 'M.i wish tocall*\ ' epeqing "' f 4W d"RA

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But pto ,
church and kneel and
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/ POTATO FARMERS i prq. .. !iJhnnnn cial 1.attention' e" "-->""" /! -
sto tt features/// ,
;.til' **J'>..* _____ i..'aa.e Fwd aYou u. "'i 'VI ,9,1 -ing/Quf-ssfa } :

E,I4laeflag.,.>+'la-.A."Id..-lfeeckr. have.the..best..country.in.the , f t
THEt-nlICE .
reptesentlng the Interstate Early universe, \\'." ] CASH'RESERVE! ]'n fV41 A 'r11t4'Ol ,
JPetato Committee. Is here to a.t .- Why sit around and yell and curse? d! ", a
% atet growets and shippers In property Work a. little harder don't relax.n : ,
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f't distributing the potatcucropa4 Be'. a good! ;sflout. and. pay your tax: I USSJH: ?- BPNJPACCQUNT. VUni '
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win remain throughout the T AMI. ;*"lot \+*. VTea. ' t'") > COUPONOMIMMW
SURPLUS s f fi
y ;MOa shipping season.<' Mr.Merckr .".work.a'rUttl."harder. ," show THE-LARGE FUNLX .. ", "

.la employed Jointly.by,the early your grtt i I i H. i w ** "iAlfdFttiese J ', .'\., ..t I stab to take edveMeoe of'ye ; ***** 1I.pI
and the U. throw \'\ hands and t t 1fM 1 rio ...sb
c potato grown* .tat. Don't up your"1 !, Mr..edoehr0 red -K ..mo rllr.pey e ....e:1i'tI' .
Department of Agriculture. He holler quit ard in hnc'wlth' safe'banking I 1 t KYIPUan 10 arerted.d''
( } }methods.- pep"eft ae. pq sgeiMe asst I hew.
the Lacrosse all aretgoodl.farmers and .
is also advising shippers la You I t .fXbdow.'t .
and KscaxnbiSx.county: seeUoqs. Would not cheat, f -. ; r - t t i _ ... __ _, t

A r ,, With. the right kind of living"you i t J ...... --
a:, p i. '' Will'ntver be beat. ;,_ 4 .
|Then*National 4-H Club |RadioProgram 1 ' i TjDTTVAI4 ' : \ p. ' ... ..; ... . .
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wiU be broadcast over the CL.CB BOY BUYS bANllidRSTARKEi .
4t 'NJBC coast to coast network Sat ,KBOISTEKEO JERSEYS: ..I .. ,. ",169 ,1. ,.
urday. May 2, from 12.30: to 1:30, Jacksonville FbL-Duval county n'naft'l -
eastern standard. time. Music '-H club boy recently boU&bt.U ; '" "

t ,from Russia Norway and Sweden registered Jersey calves for use in 0 A.i........ Iris.twliN.N' >i1e
will be played by the U. 8. Marine their club projects,' according to i I. A, Roll of Honor; Bank 4 o he c...., .....lease'a'10 a.ee.d McM.ks
Band and club folks. from Virginiaand Ai 8. Lawton county extension
Iowa will speak.;\Florida stations dairy specialist. .These calveswere o lu..fh4t"rarAy WOeel.1 1. C pa.lIalllj.M.e&Mi
; ) Matthews
to carry the program will b* *selected r from. herd"of,150 E:S. ; President R. jDavja\ .Ca.&er| Om.lar.Le.al. 0eIVsteP !Miiei1j"

WJAX. WSUN and WIOD. Jerseys owned by: Magnolia Farms, 1 .. ; ::00 0..110.. ... H'.r, .: Oedits/. .....

near Pensacola. The?purchases ;STARKE, ,FLORIDA. 0ee4I....... C ... .eral. ....,lw..I
Fa ''Rigid sanitatloa'wfll'help avoid were financed for the boys>> by the o .....ewe c t.a.ase ,.",......

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arAY 1. 1951 .
("OtrNTV Twrlrnnat.rr. STAItKK.' FLORIDA
PAGE! SKV1CV
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y said We to do Zacchaeus.not know what Jesus had. fourth Sunday,' Sunday school every from drawing pensions in those ceed $600, under the provisions ox To eat "110 Mar t _
but certainly Sunday morning at 9:00 states. Ky amount "collected 10,::1t (
,
.( crr ; to the bill while would .. : 4*
ee enough change him from an ex o'clock, E. C.: Lewis superintend .' ,exemptions To. bal.. due* March 11 ___. ,7pSILSTo
tortloner into an humble followerof ent. B. Y only be allowed under a certificate dues rfele.r.
P. U bah MarFj
every Sunday evening The bill;to regulate the practice .
I ChrIst. -- 1,538
Zacchaeus did not Just at 7:00 from Hy amount collected .
: o'clock. a physician.
Prayer meet. of barbering in Florida To baL due 71 4*
say what he sponsored Mar. SI
would
do in the
future l .
J.m ing -
.u.1I
,
every Wednesday night. Moth V...'. Had s.d
wore ik amp gets IfI ed, aD 1U10 IIIJ path.-Psabs' l 119:105.? but he acted then "half of my er's day will, be observed by this by Senator Franklin O. King, Orlando All state roads built by the road To bal. due-:w"ar ti.....Bride* ,t.

goods I give (Now) to the poor. church at the, 11:00 hour. Every and President Whitaker, was department would be of class A Ity amount onllected, _----' 10.:0.< : .4*
f"-'WuW%. AU religious teaching, doctrine "If I have taken I restore four passed by 'the senate To bat due A
A or body Invited to come. Tuesday concrete with a minimum thickness Mar at _::::: 10,aU'
tplnr1J.p creed, U they to have fold." Coe. 6
: are any claim Exodus 22:1. "If a shall when the measure taken y RnlMtett
man was
I'' of Tullle N. Norman.BAP1ST' up asa of six Inches and width of 18 To bal. due
devotion the
and > must be in Mar 1
on the love loyalty the Chrlat whOllll w J 8'Ple1 nto harmony with steal an ox or a sheep . he shall i i special order of business. The. feet should a measure Introduced Hy amount ooll.et.C-; : I*B!
f Jelu every and cirev To bal -
'yesehlnP heart.T",0| w h om .\W*Mid (In John 7:46.MiNE ER MAN* restore five oxen for an 'ox, and ,vote on the bill was 23 to 8., in the house my: Representative Cnmmtw due Mar.Scajooi It.:: -- S 81.M

the bumrn LIKE THIS ,", four sheep for a sheep," '---- Leon Prine of Polk become a law. To bal duo. ..Oaiy
puCE
"And Jesus said unto him This The senate held another By amount onll.eM4: _.-'_ .17.87'.51
'
executive Another provision of the measure ,
To
SEBMONKTTE 'whO was given the power to collect day' is Sunday school at DeL da*' Mar. II :_ .:1T'f'U: : #:
10
WEEKLY .. salvation come to this a. m. A. J. session before adjournment would require that all rock used inroad P.IIr dt ,
all he could from the Thomas dtaaC' MHfy >
tax lint. house, forsomuch as he also la a supt.. Come. earlier, be. on the morning meeting and after remaining construction must have: To Tty MC. Hats 1' 178 09 I"
'" '' .
Children Sometime they charged too time. ; amount .OI1.'t.------
to greata of ,__
TendernesS son Abraham. For the Bon of '? behind closed doors, announced French coefficient of not;lefis than To bal. due Star 81 .._- -r 1700
And they brought tax, or assessed the property too man is Worship i'"a, and: 8 P' Total .. --- 8BS.OO,
Mark 1013.: come to seek and to save m. m. disposition of the case ofU 8 per cent To bah. fcc>eel.=HT ..lary F%
ling .children to >Mm.. that he high. that which was lost." Morning subject: Spiritual strug : M.: Hatton, ''sheriff of Htllsbor- amount du* 01"0.1 Mar. I .1 ,S9TO(0 aj

.them;*,and ,:The"orthodox-Jews hated all tax All who will gle Eph. 6:12.: > 134'47
touch ough '
,old b ought may partake of his ;, ; county, suspended from of- The house committee on census "o..1. ',oe..US u
ples rebuked those-that gatherers,. especially when they salvation,: 'f Evening:'subject: ").{y''Droth i-'" fries by Governor Carlton. Robert and apportionment again reported T ]. Mar. 1

very,,'!Jews. Zacchaeua was :the ,. -" :. Keeper." .' ... | Y W. Davis, senate. secretary announced favotably the Johns-English bill of ny amount collected" _. 1,5"ITS""' .ItT

14 But when Jesus{ awithemuch { :: chief vpf those .tax- gatherers, and ,DAILY BIBLE; READINGS'IIa7' Mid-week service,,'Weduesda8. that the senate had sustained the senate to divide the present baL, du." ,"Mar.....j".I.31 ';;i.--,, ..3811.4 71*

u displeased, and said unto Is thought"to b .ve'been'a Jew. p. m. '. ?."\ .. the governor's action in suspending Fourth Congressional District of By To bat amount due collected Mar 1 -- .S3 'lit it

Suffer the little children tome Zacchaeua probably got riches 1 e . Hatton, Florida to establish the new Fifth To bal due March , 1THT
91 f
,
e*' unto me,' and, forbid,.them through 'his"office,. but he. must .? Make ;Your,Choice-:Lay not up PRESBYTERIANServices -, District, allowed by the' 1030 federal : b".IWld.. .....*.. Pvnelmi, VHM,->... 680.9Tb f

t: for of such Is the kingdom of have already had considerable for yourselves treasures'upon '..:.--' 1 Another'sports bill, this one providing census. A house finance and Hy .amount collected Mnr I ... IU.III

,money Jn .rder to buy .from the earth where moth and rust doth Sunday May 3, as follows : for the holding of a state taxation committee reported favorably To Head hnl.,d1 ,due, Mar SI - ,R 17 51)8.*? (,

tf alertly I eayUafa'you' WhS"uver Romans the. taxes of. a large terrl.tel' ( corrupt; and where thieves breakthrough : r'" '.wide referendum on the proposed by a vote of 8 to 5 the Urlda-e init.a..t.-Knee.. red 'Slafc- u,

shall not receive the king- ). i..tt and steal: ,But lay up for i 10 a. m. Sunday' school, J. ,M. creation of a Florida racing"and proposal to establish a state Income To ny bal.amount due .Mar.. I .77,9$155To :
.I.i..t..d'
III of God as a little'Ch4ldl he ,"And hj sought to see Jesus who yourselves treasures In heaven, :?ruby, supt. .. > : I athletic commission and a legalis tax by constitutional amendment bah' due\ Mnr. 11 ._._. A..UUl

all not enter therein.,: .; he ,was; rand[ could not for the where neither moth nor rust doth \' 11 a. m. Mort -'worahip sot-- ling bf' the use ->"of pari-mutuel or The committee postponed '11 (.. Yf. '. CnRltMAN" Clerk.
Y Blanch
16. .And he took them up in hismi press, because he was little of corrupt and where thieves do not mon by the pastor "Ascending to i any other like machine or systemor action on a proposed 20 per cent A. Vnndlvlar. . IX O,

put his hands upon them, stature." break through nor steal: Forwhere the Father." .Solo by Miss Elizabeth , apparatus of wagering upon the amusement tax and on a bill to "KOTICM' -

d blessed them. Jesus had Just restored the your treasure is there will Jones of Jacksonville College outcome of any race,''boxing showor tax franchises, on the ground the' Yin

Prayer. Forgive", us, 0 Lord If ,of blind Bartlmaeus and Zacch sight I your heart, be also.-Matthew_ 6: of Music. ." contest or other athletic gameor matters are being handled by a Florida.Circuit I Court, nradford County, '
In
i have ever called children by badunes. aeus wan curious to see a man who 10-21. , .. 7 p. m. Christian Endeavor. Top exhibition, was dropped Into special sub-committee for later InUoJuctlon. -' I* JI'. Jtlnckhurn Chancery, {

Forgive us It we have lied 'could cure the'blind. 'We usually I Why can the child of God feel ic,. "What Jesus Teaches About the hopper of the house Tuesday Complainant: a

i them. Forgive us It we have; think of curiosity as an unworthy secure under all circumstances T' Work." Leader Miss Elizabeth -, "abln-'B'' '."It burn ni.or", *

,t them a wrong? example\ May motive But Answer, read Dcut. 33:27.: Kendrick. Senator T.'J. Knabb Macclenny Senator 3. A. Hlnley, Live Oak, It Defendant.
,
e be like Jesus In taking them up curiosity''; there without would legitimate.be little May 8 ,8 p. m., Evening worship, song would authorize the state road department sponsored the measure making provision to th appxnrlnir* Hill Hied by In airidavlt the apt>'nd..a1

reetiy into our arms and blessing made In the world's work. ,Righteousness Brings Rejoices and sermon. .' to construct the portionof for the purchase distribution raue that Oablna Hlaokburn above elated, the. '

em. Amen. 'In progress -When the righteous are in authority Prayer meeting Wednesday at 8 state road No. 68, beginning at and administration of an anti-' defendant of therein th. .Florid". nonresident *
curiosity Is the I date j'she
essence spirit of
Remember the Sabbath Day, .to that Is alive the people rejoice- : but when p. m. Orange Park, Clay county, and extending hog cholera serum and hog cholera I* a resident of th. City of Sioux, and
to the
wonder :
of the City l ,
It Holy-Exodus 20:8.: Go to the\wicked beareth rule the people A cordial Invitation to' all our through Mlddleburg to virus throughout the state by the mall In Mtat! car of Iowa, and vet* her
eep world, that wants to find out what of 81. Vincent
inch Sunday. mourn.-Proverbs 20:2. services extended to all.LEGISLATIVE Keystone Heights, with provision State Live Stock Sanitary Board. and Floor and la over the hospital '
things are made of, how they work Twenty-one ace of
that construction the road begin year.
What did Jesus about the on The bill would appropriate $30,000 ,
and what say It I I. "" .f
they can be used for. It
as soon as possible when sucha 0 t said
Noi.rdhth
for
power of faith T Answer; read- annually' the next two years. non.r..ldent
has led the scientist and the Inven, NEWS of construction has ,been hereby and If
stage
Matt 17:20.: The serum and virus would be sold hill of Coinplilnt ((1154 tha
SCWDAT, SCHOOL tor to great discoveries,. and InZaccbaeua' reached on the first second and 'neulto, .II.
May (Continued from page 2.) to farmers at 00 per cent of Its nn or before the let day of Jun. .I.
LBSSOK case" it led to the saving Right Reasoning .- Let us rea' third preferential lists that construction value, and funds accruing from the .D aid 1>bill 91, otherwle for th* allocation*, A.at

J of a Bout' son.together. salth the Lord: tho price scale for the stamps to be of. the road specified sales would revert to a revolving ..nnl...." hy divorce amid defendant will be taken a*

Zacchaeua couid not'stay in the your sins be as scarlet, they shall affixed to the documents or Instruments would not delay ,the roads on the fund for further distribution and further ordered ,that this order It, !>I.*

FOR MAT;S, 19S1 crowd and see Jesus, "because he be, as white as snow.-Isa. 1: 18. ranging from four to ten I prior lists. The bill sets forth that sale of the serum and virus. seoullved w..k: week In the for four Bradford con- t

was little of stature." What did Jesus say about cents on each $100. Conveyancesof it la the intent of the measure to County Telerraph, a newepaper" pub... if l

Subject/ : Jesus in the Home oficchaeus. Many people have hindrances in ?' Answer, read Matt. 21:22.prayer : land are Included in the list of place the road in a fourth preferential Under authority of an "..COD.omy" llehed Thh In April ald. ..county.h. A. I')and. 1911."'ate.

( seeking and finding Jesus, but hon May 4 papers. which must bear stamps.d system status, resolution seeking an Investigating (Seal U. W. AI.DIOIIMAN 4'it '

Golden Text: "The Son yot man est persistence will overcome them. Safe From All Evil-The' Lorshall The revenues from the measurewould committee to look Into the k M.) JOIINH, Clark Circuit Court .,

come to seek and to save thatbleb "And be ran before;and climbed up The house Solicitor for
preserve thee from all evil: go to the state for use of appropriation com expenditures of the University of Complainant. ;

was lost." Luke 10:10.'- ..Intola i .eycomore tree to see him: he shall preserve thy soul.-Psalm the public county schools to be dls mlttee reported unfavorably a proposal Florida and the State College for: b.1*lt-f-is

Lesson Text: Luke 19110.: 1 for-ha was to pass, that way." 121: 7.What.' trlbuted according to law : to reduce state salaries on a Women and the cost of the maintenance HOTICU

Time-March A. D. 30. Zacchaeus overcame his defects does the Bible about ,. sliding scale, with the maximum of lunatics, Speaker E. G 5)1RADFOIcn )

Place: Jericho, five miles north and hindrances. We may all do weights and measures?say Answer Abolishment of the Justice oT the .cut one of 25 per cent for salaries Clay Lewis of the house announced I _.In Circuit Court Bradford County,

[f the Dead Sea and about- fifteen that if we' make, the effort to. ,find read.,-.Dcut 20:13-15.: peace courts and constables thru- of $7.500 a year or over.,Members Tuesday the appointment of a leg U.I.r :orlda.Kirk/ I-ewli.. .In. clsncnry.

(ortheast of Jerusalem. Christ.: May 5 out the State Is proposed In a Joint of the committee said they favored I islative committee. Complainant.

This was the city' * captured The tree into which he climbed Fear Destroyed-Fear thou not; resolution Introduced in the senate 'considering salary reductions after _____- + Leall.s'111cks I,..wle" ,

|jr Joshua. There was a school was notr the tall, smooth-barked for I am with thee; be not die by Senator H. 'M. Johns, Starke. the disposal of legislation to abolish Paint brushes which have be Defendant.

if the prophets at the city. Near i tree which we call sycamore but The Joint resolution by Senator many state boards and commis' come hardened may be readily ed It appearlnir by affidavit append
,for to the
mayed I God Hill
; am thy ; I will 1 filed In tb
erlcho! Zedeklah, the feat king of had fruit like a fig and leaves likea strengthen thee, yea, I will help Johns would submit the question of sions. The vote against the bill 1 softened by boiling vinegar for: came that l.enlle }Hick Lewi* above, th*
,
udah, was captured by the Chalons. mulberry ;tree.., The. lesson for thee abolishing Justice courts and the was 12 to 2. The appropriations 13 minutes. reiildent defendant of therein named I I. a. non. ti
ye.IwW: uphold thee with the Btate of Florida and
In Christ's ttme''..TerlchOru 'August: 31' described Amos as a the right hand of righteous offices Of constable in 'Florida to committee also reported unfavorably she It a resident of th* town of liar

a large city, though now arretched gatherer of sycomore fruit. my the electorate at the general election a. bill to appropriate $26,OOO Winter Park Plans being her Mlnett. Btate of Alabama, and fete
.ne88.-lsa.. 41: 10. ,_ '' mall In car of Mr. J. M. Kick*. .
collection-of mud huts! As Jesus under the tree and drawn for' erection of Annie Russell and
passed What cometh when draw water in November 1932, by a constitutional for a fish hatchery atWelaka I le over the era of tvrenty-on
we
tuated more than a thousand feet he saw Zaccbaeus and said, "! out of the wells of salvation? ;: that old non-reldent defendant b. i
low the level of.the Mediterran-- haste, and come down; for today I employes of more than 20 years' Jacksonville Deepwater Oil and ah I hereby reiiulred to appear'
Answer read Isaiah 12:2 3. "t.l"
an,It had a climate.'. I : Co of Houston Texas selectedthis to the' of complaint filed In arlA '
tropical must abide at thy house 6 Salaries of members of the state service.,A house Judiciary commit cau*
May on or before the
The lesson for today Is-the same __ While the Pharisees, despised I The God of Peace Now the road;\ department. except the chairman tee.reported unfavorably on a bill city as distributing point for June A. D. nil, other wine let the day alleiratlnn of-

lifor Novembers, 1930J 'weIdopt Zacchaeus as the hated tax gather. God of would be $2,400 year, under I to abolish title certificates for au products. other ielblf.will for dlvoro' an make in b taken .. ..
peace, you perfect nnfeaaad -
practically the same comMnts er Jesus always sought to save the good work to do his the provisions of a measure Introduced tomobiles., Winter Park Plans for ...eo- by ald defendant It la fur 1'
as were then made' lost ,to befriend 'the-friendless. every ," .will. in the house by Representative tlon and equipping modern hospital ther ordered that thla order b* pub
Hebrews 13: 20 21. lished one weak
a ; for four
Jesus was on his last journey to When Jesus spoke, Zacchaeua"Made What Is to i Larsen of Clay. No stipulation Confirmed ,cripples or Invalids at cost of $190,000, underway week" In the Bradford concuilv County-

teusalem.Today's. haste, and came down,' and promise given those Is made as to the salary t>f the departmental physically Incapable of manual labor by directors of Florida Sanitarium. :fI'.CJ.'t'y''; : : newspaper. p.ubll.ho4.. {
who trust in God? Answer, read- and atate.
lesson begins n4Iel- and,all Confederate veteraDSorveter i' Canal Point-Canal Point and
received him Joyfully. - chairman inline me sa Thl. April 17th. 1111. '
a entered and passed through Jet While Zacchaeusrojotced at the Psalm 37:3: ,.'4, 5. ure. \ of the World War. or Trust Co., to reopen. O. w. At.DnfMAN.

0. And .behold there i: was.a words of Jesus the rabbis were disgusted 1.. May 1 the Spanish-American War or widows I Plant City O. A. Carey grapefruit a. M JOHNS Clerk of Circuit Court.

tua named Zacchaeuewhicp Wee ,and said that,!"he was gone Thy Keeper-The Lord is thy _Ablll by Senator, L,"H:.Howell who are dependent upon their! I and orange Juice canning Solicitor. ..for Complainant. ,

pi chief among the publicans, and to be guest with a man that is a keeper?the Lord is thy shade upon Panama City, providing that members own,,. exertions J for a,, livelihood, I plant la'' tblJl' city started opera -1-St-l-St

was rich.- sinner. thy right hand.-Psalm 121: 5. of home guards of other states would, be allowed to peddle 'In Florida I tions.' I II II NOTICal OF dUAIlDlAlV ....... '
advice tothe"1 I
.."Chief, among 'the p bUcana" During the feast that. followed !What was-Gamaliel' shall not h be entitled", to a'' pension without the payment of, licenses t -
council:*;'- Answer, .read- ta Notlo ,la hereby .'. that thirty;
Mans that Zacchaeua was super "Zacchaeu/"etodd; andi..d')' unto Acts 8:88 39."CORINTH .' In Florida, was the" last. bill considered under an amendment to I CLBRK'B MBFOHTReport day" after dat. hereof.n, on to-wltt&

tog-agent for the Roman Govmment the Lord; Behold, Lord the half of : Tuesday. It passed by,a present law ,Introduced, .In the I of tl>. Clerk of Circuit the let day" of Jun. 1111. I the UIld..II..d -
a ,
over the tax collectors at my goods I give to the poor, and if vote of 20 to 11, after Senator: house ,by Representative Lamatai r :Court la 'and for Bradford I Cent". myth and .luardlan)!rauicen' Voryth ton L.uclll, minor Kor-
cha 'The Roman "' Howell that other eta of Jefferson Such Florid*, on account of T.... aas.o heir of .
t&zu.trOIn' awvlnce i r have taken any thing from any $BAPTIS CHURCH explained Sledge peddlers .4 for J i the year lilt. W 13 Foreyth.;honorable deoeaeedjwill
like Judea "farmedor bad members would be required to usa only their : C A. tax collector apply" to th* leo. A.
were man by false accusation. :>I C restorehim [ legislation prohibiting Knlirht. t ardlnr, Poiinty Judea of Bradford
.
sold, to the highest bidder! fourfold." Preaching every second and of the home guard of Florida own capital the amount not to ex I Htarke)...tIbOROTHY "VIit Pvep, April. 1, mi.t County, Florida, for an order to sell
__ at private sale the one-fourth undivided
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DARmT1'' \! :/ Ht.: : k < 1 In and Interest to the such, following of laid, deenrlbed minor'
l By: Charles McManusCEEIT5 I land. l/lnir and belnafii! UradfordCounty. .

: Florida' IorlttJ.: ,', .
. .,,,,- ,. .., .- ,. -..- __ J The Bout h ; North' weetSuarter ;
e.f the Nurthwenl quarter of
.
I.. NEwOFFICE' THE KID SET SUCH AN EXAMPLE One (I). Town.hip WI,. U).
j' : OUIE.T AROUMD SAYYouRE WHAT HADPENEQ THE OoJf'IRIOHIM.: : THAT THE L3OSS south i of Ritna- Twenty-one" (SI>. S
III I HERE- NO ONE SEEMS TO THE OTHER AROOMO HERE I riant, xceptliir therefrom one acre
I aOY AR'N'T : .
GIVING OP HICCUP .
CAME NEAR iuar In the MouthwHt Corner of
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I '. ''To GE IN ;! ; 4- i.tlt ')'! q'I .1 You DoY? .'('AO-I: ; TdEKID EMQ/NfiEMEMTS same, do<4511 to Kverirreen; ChurchAutuat

\' i )1 r.J': T ,f),,1" \kl! woRK'EO'Too c- ,. Ird., 1009, uentslnlna'n al|
I -r" ,) 4 4ml .. nineteen acre more or tee*. j
HARP- I .Thl* let day" lull

l -,- ...- ... ucN'KU :' t(. ) Ic- I 5.1.ft-I-IS. MAOMay{: uuardlan.HASTxR'e rirr. .

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.. .. '. 1 Notice t* a-lven that under and,
" by virtue of that certain' final decree
,
I ,.. I entered April fib, IHI by Hoa
'
A. 7.. Adkln. Jud(* of circuit court
,. ....1 . ." h of>> Bradford County", Florida.. In the
'>, foreclosure eult therein pendlnr' la
nf which Alfred DeVotoU Cornplal-
__ ant and Arthur W. Tobey. *t al., are
Li I- h rye .t''' 7 defendant: .'e.t"'tid" 'undere/an.d will
eft' awe ell to hlvh for cash, durInciIexJ -
V boure, l Monday
lltl' ;
r.1 :
fh
th4th f May. following
yf ., .. .nel
f land Ijlna belnir In liradforaCounty.
". Florida to-wfti
,Wed Half"''ol" .
() ( i of Hortheaat Quarter and Noah haU +
i 1 of Northweat quarter and aV>utha.
1 naartr of Northweat quarter sad
.r Fractional Southwest. quarter voept' ;#
+ew 'C'. f1 M. l.ot t, all In Section ii, Township, J
South,.. Rsee .1 '
Y. rotlpeclal $,
.. .. Matr.D. .
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PAGE EIGHT, IlBADW'OJID COUNTY' 2'EIJIOBAPD.) 8TARKJS.! :F1OBIDA FRIDAY, M.\y 1.i.....l. .'
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7 .-.-. 1 agree with that b. f.We have won. church Saturday and Sunday by visiting tn Brooker and AJachtia spent last Sunday the 58
w : Bradford County Telegraph dered, too, if the big business the the pastor Elder Anderson of Sunday morning. Mrs' J. W Lewis. *****(
I From Other Pens r rWomeo :Mrs Delatha Starling and children .
divorce courts, do is, because the Brooker.Mr. Mr. Clyde KeUey >
Established 1877 ,
ladles, God bless"'em. want to give W. P. Lewis of Jacksonville, of Alachua, spent Sunday afternoon here with spent !'
each male a chance; to try married and :Mrs. I. W Dyal and daughter, here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J..K. KeUey. hu rather,!-*.
Published Weekly) on Fridays and Entered aa Second Cass attend ENter morning life.-Bronson iouqatf Marlon of Graham, spent last week J. B. Thomas. I ),fr.
and :Mrs. DennlalSons
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1t :Matter at the Past Office at Starke, FloridaE. church services only to hear the o. here with their parents, Mr. and There was a large crowd attended of o.
services at Rock church Sun- Midway, spent
J. W. Lewis b;
: .S. Matthews ______________ Owner and Publisher sermon. Now you ten one.-Tim B- J Mrs. and day. with Mrs. Dennlaou's Paren4 ..'
Union. The,expression of sadness; Mr. and lira: John Padgett
J. C. Robinson ____________ Managing Editor on youngsters' faces these days ta ZIFF daughters of Planty City, were visiting Miss Jeannette Kelley spent We are sorry to report I.hat
{ caused by vacation days. r,. ,MU Oval lfrl. C.... : friends In this section last Sunday with her cousins, Misses J. W. and Osteen Keuey en e
' l SUBSCRIPTION RATE ----0-- A Friday week.' Ruby and Theo Kelley. the sick list this week.W.all
a ': You have'cause to be thankful Services w.rel1eld at Little Rock Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Soweil wore Mrs. Henry Shaw and sons, that- they will be out agate iS
( ; -I( Yearly, $1.50; Six Months 75e-Payable in Advance you escaped April lat.Starke n__._'
;' Y Advertising Rates oa Application Telegraph. Escaped what Probably : I i
talking about the asylum or;
the state prison at Ralf ord.- Bron-.
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Start the spring clean-up. son Journal.
; '0 o CALL ST.
The did lot of
depression put a
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Flower shows are in order in Florida
people on their feet for the first
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3? 0 : .E ;. time.-Stark* Telegraph. Better STARKEUNCE
not let the auto salesmen get their "STORKS ALL OVER FLORIDA"
The new bridge is ready for opening;
t ... names or they will pester their
pr '," lives out to sell'em Fords or other ...
r Let's have that ball team this summer. < cars.-Branson Journal.

a 0 a -J.!! iA Times-Union wants o April let.

crying need is always a wet proposition. made a legal holiday.-Starke
Telegraph. And why not? That N'r
o .. day la no picnic to the business t ,t b l
' j In Florida'itls'easy to say it with flowers. folks who try to'do business as
usual on that day.-Bronson Jour- -
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4w w Inverness Chronicle suggests calling 'it Tallahashee. nal.

k + o' Bartow pays $11 o for '800 kilowatts The re-opens g'of this store located on Call Street Starke. We have
Count the week lost with no candidate'announcing for used for lighting, beatingand ,
power and Starke patrons pay

y Id governor. o $24.19 Starke., remarks:Maybe the the trouble Telegraph is that of been:working night and day for the past two weeks'remodeling, cleaning

qa Headlines: Gas report shows Florida ahead. No gas Starke. people stay out late atnights.
-Lake City Reporter

about that o :Moore Haven o should gets big up; repainting and marking down prices to rock bottom.

kick from for ,
A love at first eight is sometimes a fright at the first frog hindquartere.Starke being headquarter Tele- t .

+ sight of day graph. They have had their share
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o of kicks already. What they really
need Is something to boost instead
Canned editorial heading reads: "Take home a picture." I.of kick. Bronson Journal.,
:A dangerous practice. -0--i i turday"May 2nd"i
o The Starke Telegraph reports
that :Mississippi farmers are going h *I
One of the pleasures a bachelor misses is the assistance in for more hog and hominy' and< .
_ from back seat drivers.TimesUnion not so much cotton: In other .
words they are going in for real r' '
o forming, instead of trying,to get "i WE
w refers to candidates for governor as "al by with but one'staple crop.- RE-OPEN

leged candidates." Quite so. Bronson Journal. ,
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s Ship only good fruit.-Stark '
Then there's the guy who thought Poppy Day and Fath Telegraph. And the market will
p ers' Day meant the same date. treat you as good as your fruit is with practically new store, well arranged for your convenience-Newmerchandise,
It win aure be fins when Florida
o growers realize that only 'good new-lower{ prices, new management. Come in, get acquainted-inspect our atore-

', Tampa Tribune editor must be near-sighted or blind to fruit will maintain the beat pricesIn
our merchandise-no obligations to buy. This is store make it
all markets at all times.-Bron your your trading
want to place a,tax on ,silk stockings.
w o son Journal--0--- house, ''We have a feast of bargains for you. Below we !list a few of them:

The league of nations could take up the question of limiting What would happen if the prohibition w
law enforced'like the
was
the firing range of Florida grapefruit. income tax law?-Stark* Tele- Finest Granulated CLOTH BAGS
0 graph. Something interesting .,
You have listened to speakers who used the calendar instead would happen. Wonder why the Mik----
enforcement''' officials don't try It .
of clock for timing ? - - - - - - 5.1bs. 23c
a purposes, haven't you ,and see -what the results really .

f$ 4 .would be.-Bronson Journal. .- ,. ..

\ Henry Ford is about the only man in the country whose The -----o-- .
Redpath Chautauqua' has .
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I; business'can drop oft thirty millions and can still say business left town but the guarantors have ,Finest Grade : Best Compound .

r is good. nothing left in their pockets. '
Lake City Reporter. Meaning the SideBaconft. 13c
LARD21bs.
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guarantors will work'this summer .
If this session of the legislature falls to accomplish anything while the high moguls of the Chau--
as worth body tauqua will spend a vacation: at .
while, the next should be made up of
European resorts. Barnum was
_ i women. right. BUTTER-- FmestCr
I o ---e-- - - amen -. - - ft. 27C
The veterans have shown the<
The, flood of strawberry money is causing the tax collector country another thing-they know
,d to work overtime and that speaks well for the citizenship how to get money Into circulation I "
of the county. -Starke Telegraph. We've found Celephane Wrapped Wisconsin Daisy .
that bunch of veterans quite dl-
o dent at anything they have really
f. Trucks and buses are taking business away from'the railroads undertaken. We i are for 'em no s PICNI JfAMSlb.. 17c .CREFSEIb. 18c
but the biggest competitors of the railroads are pleasure matter if they don't'do Just as -
some folks would have 'em to do.Bronson .
cars and private trucks. Journal. ... ,
,, o 0 LA TOURAINE FINE
_ Years ago an education'was secured from the use of a Welcome noises: The mill whistle

kerosene oil lamp, now the legislature proposes'a three cent.' loaded and rumbling with strawberries.of trucks -and Starke cars COFFEElb.. 28c BOILING BACON,1b lOCo

v tax on kerosene for educational purposes. Telegraph.. These are both noises .. .
o that Levy county folks would like .
tq have on the Increase They;
More Florida counties preparing to get into the strawberry might get In on the strawberry .

f game next year. A good reason why our farmers racket If they really wanted to, for FLOURNONE gMma.24Ib.sack 69c
_ there is lots of good strawberry _
a should
not depend entirely on this one crop. .
land here.-Br0D8OU Journal.Couples ,
_ o -o-- ,STANDARD
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North Carolina man shot his wife because she wouldn't living together five

i support him. Probably got the idea from the Use of rolling yean loving mould cup. -*Starke rewarded Telegraph with a ? Tomatoes. .2tans' 25cCom,2No.2caus 19c

pins by'wives in collecting the weekly salary from hubby. ADd those Uv1Dc together twenty- : -- -
0 live should be rewarded. The extent -
to which they deserve reward
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;; Orlando Dally News has found put that part of the equipment will depend 1&r..elyIpOD the number 1 11 & VAN CAMP'S .
of,a real Florida legislator is a deck of cards and at of trouble they've had which r IB IWLCARNATION
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: have been '9 tU. ones.BroaaonJournal PET ---StaBcaiis 25C
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_ 4' least gation..one pair of socks, and does not recommend an investi! '

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o Moore Haven should get big PEACOCK OCTAGON
kick: from being headquarters for
a.: From developments in the legislature would, seem beat frog hindquarters.- Starke Tilegraph. '

,, for newspapers to have proof of any statement they might .' But think what a big kick .lll- 21c Soap 5 large bars 24C
make concerning members, since they have adopted the,Mf romMissouri" w*would hare gotten if the sherifl -
bad pound out that freight carload
attitude. '
;i 01 liquor oa .the marshes of paid "
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FORT
N, 0 rags.-Moor* Haven Democrat HOWARD;

_ Now comes the proposal to double the present license tax Mayb to stag the-Sweet frog AdelineVCau would have triad- ... dllPSk&---.25c, 1 Tom

,on automobiles to make up for .the loss of personal tax on chula Advocate. ..Io .. rr TISSUE 2roi> 15c
'cars. Considering the amount paid in the chape,of gasoline
r .taxes, one dollar would be'enough for a tag., 'Tarpon Springs collects a fifty '
dollar yearly; license for advertising '

; o .floats floating through that RlCt - .- '.- ;;-. - Fucy 19C
That's Bradford BIoeR
The Kelliher (Minn.) Forum, speaking of a proposal to"increase County city Telegraph.sponging.The $00 incense - se,51s.:
'the tax, the motorists ,
gas says are showing signs was put on to stop bell-ring I
4 ,"of growing tired of being made the suckers whenever is inC whistle-blowing float from FANCYEATING FANCY MAINE
,fir desirable to'increase tax revenues" Evidently Minnesota other towns creating unnecasary '

taxpayers are! of the same mind as Floridians, for the paper from noises town.to attract That was business epoDgtDg.I away.- APPij'.S Sfts. 25cPOTATOES
'' continues "A fair gas tar,' all of which is used for roads, is I Tarpon Spring Leader. ,, - 10 fts. :29CCALUSTREET
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I v a good thing but the merit of this i is being rapidly lost by unjustified --O -

1'' ', Increase: ; and by'diversion for other purposea.'V) Gas 'i Bachelor'Florida friend is such asserts a good the state reason to ,,,.::- -- .
rye'' taxes should be'used solely for highways tad bridges, and live in I* because then are more '7 STARKE FLA.
;:i' that U true for Florida as'well as for Minnesota or any other males than 1.1Dft1ea.-Starke Tele "Courteous,Service;Always"' *
t; .,tate. graph. We are led to>> believe that A. P. Schnell, Manager
!l, most of the unmarried female will

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