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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Uniform Title: Bradford County Telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke, Fla.
Starke Fla
Publication Date: May 8, 1931
Frequency: weekly
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Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
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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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STARKE. FLORIDA. FRIDAY, MAY 8, 1931 NUMBER FORTYSEVEN"EMF



TAXPAYERS GOAL SCHOOL BOARDPROCEEDINGS Spring Term of STORE ENTERED (BERRY MOVEMENT CLOSE TO' ,



OF SENATOR EVERETT M. JOHNS! Circuit Court THURS. NIGHT IS. THREE MILLION QUARTS


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_j Additional Cent Oca Taxr of Vets Teachers Salaries In High School Opened Monday R. Johns Store Robbed of Large Movement to Date Gives Starke revenue to the growers for this) l
Payment
Relief of County Bond Will Be Reduced Quantity of Tobaccos 1,279,160 Quarts; Lawtey 1631.940 ,- season.
The week's movement: i

Indebtedness Grand Jury Completed Work Wed- Quart Starke, qts. .________--163,20 i1r
Bonus Near End Board met in regular session neday and Was Discharged I Gaining entrance to the S. R. Lawtey qta. _ _____232,900 ;;
i interview with Senator E.pM .I with members May and Surrency For Tern* Johns store near the depot by saw. With the week's shipment. of

during his stay at home' present. :Minutes of previous meeting Ing a hole through the floor last 300,258 quarts up to Wednesday Total quarts ..____.__396.25

the weekend the senator read and approved. Thursday night thieves made a night the berry movement from Previously reported _ _.2,504,844, w.
outline of some of the I Bureau Expects to Clean Up Applications Returns from Boatdrain Brooker The grand jury. of, the spring wholesale raid on the supply of
(
I an Important legislation be Is By Middle of May Hellbronn and Lawtey were term of circuit court convening I cigarettes and tobacco a checkup I the Starke-Lawtey sections has Total to date, qts. ..___.2,901,100
I Monday completed their work reached a total of 2,001,100
feted In and endeavoring to canvassed and the following declared revealing a loss of approximately quarts
I trustees: .Wednesday afternoon returning I and returns to the "of -
Into law during this 20,000 packages of Chesterfield growers
acted Washington. May 4.-The veter- for
the indictments: Receipt ,week .__$ O.438,40
following
Boatdraln: W. W. Coleman R.L. I
legislature. lie Isj cigarettes 10,000 of Lucky Strike, $508,16960. 'ine movement for
the bureau
of to
i I II ans expects clean up by
_
I State of Florida''VS Andrew C. Previously reported 538,731.20
I of seeing such measures the middle of May at the latest Lee and John Prevail. 5,000 of Old Gold, two cases of this period showed a decrease of
statutes books that will Hellbronn: N. D. Green W. C. Baxley incest: Arraigned and Prince Albert and nearly a hun- approximately 90,000 quarts from
i the the accumulated applications for Clemons and L. R. plead not guilty Total to date _____...$598, .60Movement
B real estate of a greater port :- loans on certificates previously Starling. dred pounds of chewing tobacco. the amount shipped for the same
Its present burden, being borrowed against banks. This classof Brooker: J. H. Kelly, Leland Wa- State of Florida va Willie Fetter- I Officers believe It Is an organized period of last week when 480,048 By Weeks n'
and For the seven weeks shipping'season
[ware that If the ad valorem veterans' loans has dragged be- ters and W. H. Harrell. man forgery uttering forgery. gang operating in this section of quarts were loaded out. Prices

j not reduced, the people can- hind the applications for new' loans Lawtey:R. R. Thede, Jades ROsIer Arraigned and plead' not guilty. the state, the Batey-Flemlng ware- have remained fairly steady the ending Wednesday night a ,
of berries
of
total
2,901,100
I State of Florida ve Ben Melvin quarts
lontlnue to own homes and because of the considerable work and J.; 3.: Austin.' house in Gainesville being robbed week's average being 15o a quart.
have been out and the
tate with little or no Income required on' each case before it Is Salaries of all teachers in the I two Indictments charging: forgeryand the night before by thieves gaining The major part of the movement 'shipped ,
Plead movement by weeks from the)
Bradford County High School re- uttering a ,forgery. entrance In the and from local
settled all of them are referredto I same manner the platform has been
rom In
i plane deal mainly with relief the central office here and they duced except the teacher in the I guilty, upon.' arraignment- to bothIndictments. making way with cigarettes and handled by trucks operating to Starke-Lawtey Is as follows: platforms quarts Y+

In the smaller coun- are being disposed of at the rate Teacher'' Training Department, firearms to the value of $250. Fri supply dealers in towns within a
payers
Week March 25th
which Is fixed by the state. State of Florida vs C. L. Johnson in Live Oak radius of i ending !
store 300 miles.
night a
carrying a bonded In- of 1,000 a day. day was
ji ho are Ar- Starke ._...__ .___32.792
and Isom Taylor robbery. ? --
All bus routes will be let on bids entered in the Ala-
ness mainly for roads and There are still. 15,000 awaiting raignment set for Saturday. same manner. Apparently growers in this section I Lawtey . __-___.____-26, 2O
and one source of revenue disposal and some 40,000 applica- except Sampson route which was chua county officer reported similar have another four weeks of Week 1st
I Charlie Mercer ending April :
State of Florid*Va I
(ted to reduce the county tax tions for new loans are pending.The let for part term this year with the breaking &adenterlng.. Ar- robberies at Hague and Para shipping at present prices or higher 'Starke . .._______125,664 tolawtey.

for paying off Bradford's road latter however, are being dis- understanding that the driver raignment set for a aturday morn- dise within recent months. depending upon the amount of !' __________100,480
i In a bill Senator Johns has posed of 10,000 a day and their would not have' to bid,for the next: , News of the robbery was broad- rainfall during the month. One of I. Week ending April 8th;
bill adds cent receipt has fallen off until last term. Ing. cast over WRUF and state officersare the largest and !!
This one
growers shippersof
State of Florida vs Walter Zar- Starke . ..__-___--_.170,880 i
e i present state gasoline tax week.only 33,000 applications were Bills for the month were audited now' alias Walter WUcox, and Paul on the lookout. Lawtey stated the present outlook ) .Lawtey _ ___________212,480 ,
e proceeds from this one centbe received by all the regional offices. and paid. while armed. Ar- promised several week's shipping Week ending April 15th:
Lauver robbery
| divided equally among the The dally rate of receipts at the No further business the board raignment set for Saturday.. PLANE GOES UP IN under favorable weather con- Starko . .___...___.,..318,720 4i

es i of the state. It Is eatlmat- Washington office has diminishedto adjourned to meet the first Mondayin State of Florida vs P. E. Johns I SMOKE AT ALACHUA ditions. Lawtey . .._._.____..384,000 41

at Bradford county will re- between 2,500' .and 1,500. May. and Paul Baisden arson. Arraigned Musleh Loses Ills Curtis Cabin Other spring vegetables are beginning ,Week ending April 22nd:

approximately $35,000 an- and plead not guilty. Defendants I to move out from this section Starke _ _____-___-__269,760
if this bill passes and thist FREIGHT CARS BURN AT LA- COLD PACK PLANT OPENS TO- released under' $1,000 bond Plane In AfternoonJoe Crash Saturday over 300 hampers of beans go- Lawtey _ _ ___.___.._377.60O

applied to our bond debt CROSSE DAY and case set for trial Monday. Ing out by express up to Wednesday Week ending April 29th:

reduce the present mlllage State of Florida vs Bubber Clark, Musleh Jacksonville pilot, night. From the Lacro.ae- Starke . '. ._._._____.198,048

1 for that purpose by 15 to Early Morning Fire Also Destroys Kruze &: Company operators of assault with Intent t$ commit murder : who has brought his plane to Brooker sections Irish potatoes are 'Lawtey . I--_.....___288,000

The bID In full Is as fol- Packing House In Potato the strawberry cold packing plant in the first degree. Starke several times for passenger moving In carlots the Seaboard Week ending May 6th:

Section have announced they will be in State of Florida ''vs. Theodore flights over week-ends had the branch line making two round Starke .4 ____..._____163,298.

Ei. to be Entitled-An Act readiness for packing strawberries Padgett three indictments charg- misfortune to lose his ship in Ala- trips dally to handle the movement Lawtey _ ____-_____232,960

to the Levy. Collection Lacrosse was visited by a disas- at their plant on Cherry street I ing assault with Intent to commit chua last Saturday, the plane The season's movement up to Totals for seven weeks:

Jitributlon of an Additional trous fire early Tuesday morning beginning today. Supplies needed' murder. Defendant placed In catching fire when it crashed to date as compared with the total Starke . _________1,279,160

|of One Cent per Gallon upon the flames destroying packing have been in readiness for several county jail Wednesday night. the ground from a distance of six- for last season shows more than Lawtey . ._-______.1.621.94O

i of Gasoline. house and five freight cars placedon weeks and the firm Is advertisingfor Grand jurors serving at this ty feet. Musleh and both passengers -I 000,000 quarts Increase, with

|Enacted by the Legislature oft the siding- for loading.- Fire labor needed at the plant to time of court were: Frank Hol- in the plane at the time escaped slightly over $180,000 additional Total __ _ _.________-.2,901,100 yl

State of Florida: fighting apparatus from Gainesville handle the fruit that will be com- llngsworth, Lacy.ttmn! Rufus Alvarez Injury. This was Musleh's

n 1. 'That every dealer in were caled to help suddue the ing in. The plant will remain In Jeff Lewis,':N."Wynn. D: W. second narrow escape during last

fine or other like products,of flames that for a time threatenedto operation' long as.fruit can be Kelly S. T. :Thomas.. Clyde Cone week a plane in which he was rid- A

bum under whatever nameted destroy the 'Seaboard depot. secured. Freeman Register N. C. Mott L. ing at Hastings catching its wheelsIn i

I in this state, in addition Tuesday's Gainesville Evening V; Moore, R. R. Prevatt. C. E. Harper a wire fence on a take-off at My Mother---A PrayerA
1 other taxes News carried the following. accountof HURT IN AUTO Mack i
required by law TWO W. M. Morgan : Addison Goodwin field near Federal Point
I pay a tax of one cent per the fire:. COLLISION E. E. Johns, Jas. L. Conner, L. L. first of the week and nosed Into; d

II for every gallon of gaso- A Lacrosse fire of undetermined Conner. the ground. The Gainesville Evening -

|or other like products of pe- origin early,this morning destroyed In a collision at the corner of News of Monday carried the ( tribute to Mothers by Tom ;Dillon, of Seattle.) ''S

i sold by him in this state a packing house valued at$5,000 Church and Tenth streets Wednes- following account of the mishap at For the body you gave me, the bone and sinew ; ;
and two boxcars and three
(upon which the tax therein I refrig- day morning Joe Truby received a I I II Alachua: '
the heart and the brain that
erator cars standing on a side- GRAND JURY PRESENTI I are yours, my mother
dad 1 for has not been assumed fractured knee cap and broken ribs Fire destroyed a Curtis Robin
| person preceding him In the: track, value unknown. and Arch Prevatt a broken arm, I MENT I II cabin airplane at Alacbua late Sat I thank you. I thank you for the light in my eyes

"ng of such The fire broke out about 3:30: I I afternoon after It had the blood in veins for for
product, whjch't Trilby's Ford touring car strikingthe urday my my speech? my life

be coUected as and when It is railroad reported.station When, citizens it threatenedthe of the truck broadside near the drlyer'a In circuit court. 26t& Judicial cir- crashed from a take-off Into a to- for my being. All that I am is from you who bore
similar taxes collected bacco field to Informa-
are seat as Prevatt drove out of cuit in and for Bradford county according
I shall be Into the town) called Gainesville firemen tion received here Joe Mus !
paid state the street on the highway. Thetruck Florida, spring term,.1931. today. me.For
y, all of which collections who answered In the chief's car was loaded with blocks for We, the grand jurors of the lab Jacksonville pilot, and two pas- all the love that you gave me, unmeasuredfrom

[In equal portions be transmitto -'. with chemical equipment. No wa- the stave mill and the impact scattered .- above named court In this our fin- sengers escaped without Injury. the beginning, my mother I thank you. I ,' ,

i the several counties In theer ter the was station available already, but smoking they saved when the short pieces of Umber. al presentment do respectfully say Musleh had landed at Alacbua thank you for the hand that led me, the voice that
dam-, for a passenger-flight stand over
badly
The touring car was
bills introduced by Senator they arrived, by. using the chemical aged. and That present..tbe.:.cane state vs.i Arthur Sunday the report says and was directed me, the breast that nestled me, the arm

are given below, together extinguishers. They were called by Barren,was continued before the making his first.take-off when the that shielded me, the lap that rested me. All thatI
I t. constitutional telebpone at 4:30: o'clock. CLOSING MOVEDUP ran into air pocket and
amendment THURSDAY grand jury for the consideration of plane an am Is by you, who nursed me.
voted the Burned to the ground the pack fell some 60 feet Into a tobacco {'
upon by people account of
our next grand jury on For smile In the and kiss at
|If carried will eliminate the ing house which was located near several field. It landed right side up. but your morning your
that it will require
ell of justices of the peace and the S. A. L. station, Is a total loss I ,Thursday half holidays will not; weeks the fact to obtain complete list of burst into flames. The plane was night, my mother, I thank you. I thank you for it itthe

tables throughout the state... with only $1,000 In Insurance. The be started in Starke until the first receipts for strawberries which are valued at $3,000. tears you shed over me, the songs that you
freight cars were burned to their Musleh lost another last
business mencoming plane
In June
[ (Continued Thursday involved in that case. sung to me the said for me for
on page 4.) wheels. prayers you your
to this decision when it, of the state of year at Waycross Ga, when It
That the case '
was found Impossible to secureunited Florida vs Lewis Clemons was continued burst Into flames while he was vigils and ministerings. All that I am is by you

action on closing at an earl-l for action of the next grand wel) up in the air. His landing of ,who reared me.
> OPENING THURSDAY ier date. It is understood the ballholidays the ship before the flames bad en- '
For the faith you had in me, the hope you had'
rE will continue through the Jury.That the of the state of gulfed him gained him much atten-
case
for me, for your trust and your pride, my mother
three summer months and possiblypart Elizabeth McCoy Is remanded tion at the time.

WILL BE MADE BIG EVENT of September. Florida vs to the justice of the peace . I thank you. I thank you for your praise and your
BOUT AT THE ARMORY
-+--- court from which it originated as chiding, for the justice you bred into me and the
LOCAL AGENT AMONG WIN- -
I NERS the embezzlement at any one time An unusually large crowd saw honor you made mine. All that I am you,taught
CbSniMd to Sheriff of Bradford not sufficient In amount to
Include Picnic. gin. Epperson was the card at the armory last Thurs me.
Fiddler's Contest to and Sheriff Brannen of Union with confer Jurisdiction upon the circuit
.Feature I Harold C. Wall local Insurance day night when Woodard of Macon For the sore travail that I caused you, for the I
Entertainment their aide will see that the court.
regulations
i has been notified that lie Ga., defeated Terry Hogarth of
agent '
The Jury wishes to thank visions and despairs mother forgive ; For-
t.. are observed. The Boy is the winners of the an- grand Jacksonville. Hogarth failed to my me
among ,
f meeting of the general'com-' Scout troup of Lake Butler will assist nual spring trip given agents of Sheriff Epperson for the efficient show the hitting abality he exhibited give me the peril I brought you to, the sobs and
held
final at plans the courthouse Sat- In the traffic regulations. II the New York Life Insurance Co. manner duties,In which of his balms offietfVi pot-formed"tu' la his last bout here. The the moans I wrung from you, and for the strengthI
were _.Following Is a tentative the
programfor
perfected:
of
ibe Mr. Wall was eighth in the list semi-final with Tom Beck of lAw.
opening celebration This grand jury has.tnvaU..tedthe took from you, mother forgive me.
,the the day: agents exceeding their quota of te), and McLendon of Palatka was ,
New River Memorial' Bridge 11 a. m. Formal opening of! new business for the company, the matter of the Bradford County one of the beat exhibitions of fighting For the fears I gave you, for the alarms and,

at 11 o'clock OD ThuneJay, Kay bridge by young ladies from Bradford -: amount of Insurance being sold by Bank and Is satisfied fraud.or.that Irregularities. there- seen in the local ring. Both dreads my mother forgive me. Forgive me the
and Union. Reception to coun was no gross
to him nearly doubling the amount fighters were evenly matched and I the toils I made for for
the ittached'to etc. joys deprived you, you
expense ty officials mayors i allotted. for six rounds neither were able to
f a fish dinner to the large 12 M Dedicatory exercises In i -' Respectfully submitted, best his opponent. Beck's showing .the hours, the days, and the years I claimed from

expected It was decided to charge of Jones-Langford-White FIRST BALL GAME OF SEASON.. F. C. Hollingsworth.Foreman.. In the last two rounds of the eight- you, mother forgive me.
'el'1ou. to bring a. picnic Post American Legion.. i ... round bout him the) decis-
brought For the times that I hurt you, the times I hadno
.
.! ldta '" by Invited of the of
Plenty of sand- 12:30 p. m. Speeches The first game season CLOTH
The LOSES 800 YARDS smile for the I did not give
ion.In caresses
couceuton, to sell cold speakers. the newly organized team sponsored the first preliminary Indian you, you,

and< ice cream has been 1 p. m. Picnic dinner. by the American,Legion Poet Maurice. "Cooper-a salesman operating Herring of Starke, knocked out my mother forgive me. Forgive me my angers

."Zion exclusively to the Amerl- 2 p. m. Fiddler's contest. wm be held next Thursday afternoon out of GalnesvtU, had his Johnny Young -of Green Cove and revolts,for my deceits and evasions, for all the ,
poet
The revenue de- according to present plans. Springs, in the second round. Model -
at Hampton Wednesday mother for-
110111 broken Into and sorrows I brought to
car ,
the pangs you ;
sale will be used to STOCK COMPANY WELL No engagement has yet been se- night of last week and T. Ford recognized .. the outstanding -

a Memorial tablet to becontalnlnar RECEIVEDThe cured with teams of nearby towns secured 600 yards of cloth boxer among the local give me.

Mmb ou the bridge but W. A. Bea ent, business manager valued thieves at $200The salesman prelims took the fight with Robinson For your lessons I did not learn, for your
of the World War dead show-going people of Stsrke will announce the team to be In the third round by a tech
two parked his car near one of the filling wishes I did not heed for the counsels I did not
counties. have enjoyed a real treat this week. played first of the week. Seventeen nical knockout. In the exhibition
ass also decided to .k all of On Monday. Tuesday and Wednesday players turned out for the stations while found eating the supper windshield bout Buckshot Williams of Starke I obey, my mother, forgive me. Forgive me my
ftd.nera
adJacent of the two counties nights the Gaiety Theatre has first practice Wednesday afternoon and upon had returning been broken to allow the put up a game exhibition agtnat I pride in my youth, and my glory In my strength

territory to tune had house to witness and being whipped In shape by Half Pint Wooten of Lawtey these: r
GI4 boxes up a capacity i are dons to be opened from'the Inside that forgot the holiness of your years and the veneration -
and get ready to three delightful plays put on by E. K. Perryman. playing manager. young fighters drawing plenty of
a ceatest A committee will Bob Demorest. Marguerite Williams and the 'dr... goods attendants taken. Ac-at applause from the audience. I of your weakness, for my neglect, for my x

tId to award a prize to the Dick Mason, Mabel Mason Births cording station to.said Cooper they had not seen selfishness, for all the great debts of your ,love

Fannie Mason, Harry Harvey :Marie ; the about the car. The matter WOODMEN CIRCLE TO GIVE that I have not paid mother, sweet mother for-
tolloMyg who are and Mrs. L N.Norman Law anyone TACKY PARTY' I
order win be ob. Lazone and Ina Lehr, Mr.
ci bi to AlachUA county officers give
the 2nd. : was reported ,me ,ry
exercises to our town daughter, May I
of the day: by no means strangers tey. turned
ears win be asked to park In and community. The-atttracUons Mr. and:Mrs. J. L. Kersey. Green, by Cooper to and the they sheriff's office A tacky party ill be given by And may the peace and joy that paaseth all un-

No tine on. right side of the were so well reveived that the Cove.Springs son. May. Cth. the> matter here for over Investigation Starke Woodmen Circle at the Armory derstanding be yours my mother, forever and

hale care will be avowed on Stock Company plans to put on an- considers -II _...._.- -. Wednesday evening May 20 ever. Amen.NipA .
until after the *x rcises other popular play Saturday evening Inverness r K. 8, Scrlggs and Apopka NSW equipment Installed at eight o'clock.: The public Is cordially -
cleaning
Milan.
the win be Wowed to entitled "Under Arizona establishing la Apoplc Laundry. Invited to attend. :
In city.
Hies
plant
as the exercle. be- Skies." pressing I

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CAGB TWO BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STAR& !:. FLORIDA. Y"" nIDAY. MAT
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Lion of the resolution by the senate the state governmentNo bearing; the seal of the state, aU cease tax of from
Yvv ]a "'bo
\ I/ concluded a ten year fight on fees to go to the state treasury.A fish dealer, and a $10 '

Town & [ Legislative News 1J J the part of Santo W. C. Hodges, state county or municipal cense tax from a annual
w : real towns resident
& Tallahassee, author of the resolu taxes would be levied against committee on cities and fish dealer. Resident
widows Incomes reported favorably a bill providingthat < t'bolf8IJ
estate/ owned by having dealer
lion, to obtain its approval in the selling fish tram ,
: TAL After approving a committee and petroleum dealers] and wouldbe upper branch of the legislature. of less than $300 annually if no new county shall be creat- would pay a tax: of $100
: ed In Florida unless the territory
the house Mon- with '
bill introduced an additional "
ej a $50 eeacp
amendment reducing the appropri- in addition to any state taxes embraced has a population of 10- for
BIOS providing taxes upon chain day afternoon becomes a law. The tra county. Resident !
retailifcii
aUon from $34,000 to $9,000 the now paid on gasoline. Money rained 000 or more.
t (BY OUR PRINTER) stores and upon theatres, u U- measure was sponsored by Representative elllng from vehicles would
senate 33 to bill
today passed 0 a under the would to M,
( measure go T. Douglas of Putnam. a year with $25:
censes, were reported unfavorably for
a giving the state canal commission The bill to the sale and each
Well soaks, pardon, we mean the state road department for return Wednesday by a house of representatives - prohibit county.. t1I!
to land for
by gift aright
: folks, here is the first and possibly power acquire to county road bond funds in finance and taxation com- The Florida house committee on transportation of black bus in -
the Gulf
of for Atlantic
way equal portions. The bill providesthat finance and taxation Friday reported all fresh waters of the state, was A
I C, the last of "Town Talk"; as even and :Mississippi canal across :Flor mittee. new motor vehicle lIcenae
every dealer la the state pay unfavorably on a bill to establish Introduced In the senate Thursdayby bill, varying
; Ida. slightly
us.
sideline by
the :
from from
> the tax all and amusement tax in Senator M. O. Harrison, Palmetto. M
on gasoline petrol- Finance and taxation, educationand a 20 percent measure introduced in
I We happened to be sitting nearenough Rigid supervision- of passenger eum products sold by him and banking measures will receive' the state.. A similar! bill, calling. The bill would make It unlaw- Thursday was submitted the w
to overbear come of the remarks holds the the amusements ful for firm or to
for
, and freight bus lines operating In dealer'responsible the full attention of the house dur- for 10 percent tax: on any person corporation (Continued on page 7
t luncheon of payment thereof on the fifteenth senate committee to sell, offer for sale, )
Paned at the is before the on purchase
:Florida was proposed In a bill Introduced ing day sessions for two weeks beginning
8 I. day of each month. It holds that finance and taxation.A : offer to purchase exchangefor
Men's Club in the I
Business
the in the state senate Friday Monday morning, under
;$ the tax shall be in addition to all another article or
property
.
.
:Magnolia Cafe Monday by Senator Parker, Maya, Companies the provisions' of a reaoluUODadopted. I .
; { other taxes heretofore or hereafter two-cent gasoline tax, in addition -' transport:, ship or convey out of
( to have a would be required to pay] Wednesday morning by an
, :', It seems that we are authorized., The collectedby six cent tax
$50 for a.state"permit to operate money overwhelming majority vote. to the present the state any black bass large or
. ", know the new the tax is to be paid into the the :Florida small mouth.
'l' , bridge party you each bus or truck and in addition was proposed in legislature Provision is made
'. between state comptroller and thence into for the benefit of that the holder of valid
Just being completed Friday a fishing
,; l' bridge would be required to pay a graduated The other feature bill to be passed
the state treasury to the credit of county road bond funds. Senator license out of the state
3 Unlike may carry
, / here aud Lake BuUer. mileage tax. Busses! of 10- was one relative to legal holi
, I hi.l the state road department expense Hllburn, Palatkawho Introduced as personal baggage, one days limit -
capacity would 1-2!
most bridge parties they begantotalling passenger pay days. Under the provisions of the
fund, a special fund. The bill at
; cent mU. 20 3-4 pro- the Dill, estimated its revenue of bass. The state game com-
the at the per ; passenger, measure, which passed by a unanimous -
high score
vides that the auditor of the state Revenue from
$4,500,000 a
year. missioner would be authorized to
cent per mile; and more than 20 vote
k start, and the points, honors, etc., passengers one cent per mile road department shall report the two. present holidays the tax to be collected from dealers Issue permits for the transportation -
Shrove Tuesday and Farmers' Day,
quailed approximately 30000. Trucks and trailers would be assessed amount of money paid by the counties on every gallon of gasoline of black bass out of the state r:
:
I' would be discontinued and observance
to the state for the use of the to
brought into the state, would go for scientific
propagation or
a tax of one cent a mile on purposes
state road department and that the the next day of a holiday oc- for division
the state department
of less than or as trophies.
capacity 3,500 pounds,
expense fund created by the act be curing on Sunday would be limited I equally between the state's 67
and two cents a mile on greaterthan -
t used in repaying the counties for to July 4, Armistice Day and counties. The bill was. referred to
Senator J. D. Stewart, Fernan-
5,500 pounds capacity. Money
advanced. Christmas day. The bill passed was
collected by the taxes would go In money I a committee substitute for House ,the senate finance and taxation dlna, also sponsored bills relatingto

t t part to the state road department,I Representative Mathews, Duval, Bill No. 8. committee. fresh water fishing. One of his Dark Eye Shadows
in part to the counties, in part to measures would fix a statewide
Introduced a bill in the house Friday Promised Investigation of school are Invisible -
the general fund< and in part to closed season on fresh water fish
r to place a tax on telephones, Salaries of Judges of circuit and track film of seductive
expenditures race oper- beauty
the cities where companies paying from 1 : 31. He.
April
through May
to
at a rate of $1 for each phone every courts would be set at $6,000 a ation held the capitol spotlight 1 JOUr skin
the tax had their
headquarters.Members three month. He estimated year under the provisions of a bill Saturday as the :Florida legislaturestood also submitted a bill defining the They nce no longer age your lip-
fresh waters of the state or detract
placing from
there are 158,000 telephones in use Introduced in the house. The IK
measure In adjournment for the week-
charming
of the house took advantage youthful
Lake Okeechobee and
the St.JohDariveI'
of consideration of a bill In the state and provided in the I was sponsored by Rep. Dwight end.< A committee of the house may*oeasOypoMM thrse.
bill that the tax shall not be collectable L. Rogers of Broward Henry S. was ready to begin Investigation of from its mouth as far south
to regulate the practice of barberIng Volusla
from the person renting McKenzie of Putnam, and J. M. expenditure of school funds over a as bar including Doctor'aLake
to introduce a vein of
Friday. One amendment comedy to the the telephone. Bapp of Bay. The present salariesof period of several years in connection and classification.Lake George in the saltwater GODIUUD'ST4l

bill, already passed by the senateto Judges are $7,500 a year. with school legislation for the
A bill for a state boxing com- CREAM
coming two years. The Investigation -
)'Ol' Wan In typical pose, provide examinations for registration for all bar-and mission, previously introduced in Sen. A. W. Young Vero Beach was asked by Rep. Dann, Still another bill by Senator Harrison wr7iaq ts.a. w ............. I
pointing to high score. physical the senate, was received In the would require an annual 11-
gabove bers, sought to prevent barbers I Monday, withdrew two bills he Pinellas who charged operation of:
house from Represenative' Bledsoe, sponsored last week for school had from'a cost of
congenial mayor, pictured from talking to customers. Another providing Jumped
Hillsborough. the leasing of within $7.000,000 ten to 3:1-
advanced an argument in would prohibit a barber from highways years ago $
misrepresenting the beneflcient counties and municipalities to the 000,000 in 1930.,,
favor of a no trump hand and of : Provisions for establishment ofa
tate and substituted
features< of various hair tonics. A a new bill f.
course in his usual way, said we third would require barbers to be state tax commission with power proposing to &allocate motor vehicle A proposal to raise the state .' tr

really had something to "crow "doctors of medicine, doctors of to equalize taxes through the license taxes back to the municipalities gasoline tax: from six to seven

a, about" that bridges don't happen philosophy, doctors of divinity and tate, were contained in a bill by and counties In the ratio cents was laid before the Florida

,J3., doctors of surgery, particularly Representative Keen, Sarasota in which the roads and highways senate Thursday by Senator E. M.

J1 surgery. All were defeated. in the various municipalitiesand Johns, Starke. His bill provided
r The house approved a general counties bear to the entire hat money raised by the added

"I Veto of the inheritance tax bill, investigation of school funds in mileage of public roads and highways tax, estimated at $2,250,000, go to

setting aside all of the revenues' a view to Judicious expenditure In in the state. Money, thus refunded the counties equally for such funds ,

B obtained from the tax on inheritances Florida over a period of years, with to the political subdivisIon as may be directed. This bill was '

was sustained by the senate a view to udiclous expenditure in would be used for retirement Included In 21 others introduced.

of the :Florida Legislature the next two years on resolution of of road and bridge bonded Indebt- Senator Johns estimated the counties ,

r'f) t Tuesday by a vote of 27 to 9 after Representative Dann. edness, or for construction of new under the distribution system of ,:

lengthy discussion which followed roads, and streets after such Indebtedness h le proposed, would get approxi- qb :

receipt of the veto message from Speaker Lewis appointed a committee were retired. mately $33,500 each I
of five to investigate the
Governor Doyle E. Carlton. Governor -
Carlton set forth in his vetomessage school situation. The members Senator G. Frank Andrews, By vote of 44 to4I representative -

\ constitutionality of were: Representative Dann, chairman Greenville, offered< a bill to require adopted a resolution by Rep.

the measure as passed was doubtful ; and Representative Larson of one year residence in Florida as arerequlslte Elliott Lafayette, to adjust all

(Crowing about; new- bridge) in that the inheritance tax bill Clay, Andrews of Holmes Home of > to employment In state salaries In accordance with y
Madison and Taylor of Cadsden.. tate with the reduction recommended ; ,L
departments
I varied from the terms of the Federal exception a graded
to be built very often In this Motion. law upon which it was predi i of, the institutions of higher several day ago, and to reduce

We mould'opeD' this bridge cated. He also stated that the bill Amid. bombardment of oratory, earning. He also Introduced a bill county salaries insofar as possible. ,1 :'

by all should be in harmony with the Fed- the senate Wednesday adopted by a to prohibit nepotism, making illegal ,.'>
means. It would be shame
a
eral statutes which allows five vote of 27 to 11, the senate Joint the employment or appointment Another revenue bill, introducedby The/

to make the public UH the old one years for payment of the tax, resolution proposing a constitution of persona related to one another Representative Mathews would ? HiSt IWKUS use

,+ just because the new one could not whereas the vetoed bill permits amendment to exempt homesteads within the third degree of consang- I set a fee of $10 on each commission -

be opened. Objection were In order only three years for settlement. from taxation in Florida.: Adop Inlty In any one department of issued by the governor and

and out of order a* nearly all STANTON SERVICE
The bill by Senator Arthur 00-

mez, Key West, to permit paymentof
current state and county taxes

In Installments, was passed by a : _'v-h- Page after page of excellent illustrations,

I vote of 28 to 5.' A,summer open cr:: !l.j. covering all types 'of business including
,
season on deer, proposed in a bill
( by Senator J. -W. Turner Cedar I I't.. yours., Ad after ad of punchy copy and at-

Key, met opposition, but the bill F tractive layouts. This modern matrix service -

passed by a vote of 21 to 14, after is offered free of exclusively
% N charge
considerable debate. The bill would I f
permit the shooting' of buck deer II in this community to advertisers in this

on Fridays and Saturday In July. II w assess! paper. Take advantage 'of'' this glowing

I opportunity.
Abolishment of the office of state

(1 tax equalizer, proposed by Senator .

Johns, was approved by the senate _

:26 to 4. The measure now goes to "'G* i liar r Bradford County TelegraphSTARKE

the house.A .
be.ti
y ,
bill by Senator Watson, to FLORIDA

appropriate $10,000 annually for 0

noUla Knight Objecta I two years to fight crop diseases in x
south Florida, was reported favor-

W bridge parties are more or leas out ably, u was a bill by Senator Bell, -

of order. When Holll Knight objects -1 Arcadia, appropriating $30,000 for r .
'
to anything he Just don't an agricultural experiment stationin ii'- I '
,f I Hardee county
_ 'i' want It and won't have it, He la 1c4'

pictured above 't.ling'em about A revised motor vehicle license .

_'l':;l It." He said< the money could be tax bill Introduced by Rep. West- eV1

used for a better purpose, but brook, Lake would increase revenue
,'\ really they had not raised the money from this source by virtue of ,

:yet His argument was so an average Increase of S3 1-3 per '
WE LIVE UP kc.
c''p strong that be caused L. Wyman cent la the price of tags- West- "MUST e HER.B.b do as doeble actual "Dry.opport1latry, Twice to .lUke macb yoat for
brook said additional demands
no .
you' ...17 Ie 80 sash l matter wbCII ton
would be made upon motor vehicle maider the well .aluced saoetaoeat'of acaadacdblkatio.a

owners, the proposed levy TO OUR INCOME? '. which ate eat.nanip. I.etr.afva sad mabls -
taking the place of the ad valoremtax \ i. the widest .arifty. W. have made Ie eu1of
on vehicles, abolished last fall yoe--aisply adore the club yea want ud aead ofbtisg

by constitutional tMH1imiPt. The """ ibis coupon 10 err.o5ce TODAI: (.
1
motor vehicle bill would alter distribution .

',o*.funds, giving 40 percent Not Perhaps you don't HAVE to save. Perhaps your Ina4L a.n Mw 4
Jtfte._... p.raeuh- 1
instead of 24 as at present, to 11- ......... scar 8JSY"-
check will .ALL '
weekly pay satisfy all your needs for a 0.14 SSs.4., ...
counties equally; 30 per teat Instead rr- ONLY
Gn u.. ....... i log
of 79 at present to the state Aau.aYa .....,. --I,r- }.
But look the . 1 Nor
time. if Into future will
d road department: and 30 per cent you you see,possible AND.... THIS'-, I pw $1 .85I

to the state treasury for disburse NEWSPAPER
-- emergencies for which It Is beat'to prepare. An p e re.ipaa.&L
to salt,,"What1* the Ug 14ear?" Of ment aa the legislature may see
a.ua ... A-s
4P course Wyman if will the match rest their"chip"donation in Mr. fit. ever-growing savings account, with this Bank is a r:::......... i-- I rear

sf % but he could not see why the business Another plan to redistrict court sure safeguard against men should be called upon to circuits was offered by Senator .OdSb i ; FOR
Live Oak. The measure: ..t,? a..., l" }
pp..rtt
h sponsor: such a celebration. Hlnley. circuits instead of prepared! ......, .... a rt......, 1 .85
Well we are going to open that provides for 17 AND THIS NEWSPAPER S -
h 'bridge with a celebration anyway.An 28 now,existing, and would have per 0. T.r

old fashioned basket dinner, the number of Judges based upon J "

Just like they used to do, is going population A circuit would be entitled rRRUUR..R.rar.Is.rs .

to be served on the grounds and to one Judg. for each 00,000 BANK of- STARKE
noted speaker will give addresses population Judges would be appointed '

befitting the occaaalon. It la rumored by the governor for six Y.S-K1L JDrroa.: .... ...... If___
RR that a fiddling contest will beheld year terms subject to confirmation '
y4 : In the afternoon.To by the senate.A ,A ROLL OF HONOR BANK'' Nam. -

draw a large crowd to this 0
bridge party we might have our state excise, tax of two cents I
E. S. MATTHEWS Pres. R. J. DAVIS Cashier Taws -
l mayor and< the mayor of Lake Butler a gallon gasoline and other petroleum ,

fight a duel in the center of the 'products waa proposed in ,ti4 p Stat. 1L rOoD... -
J have of a. bill by Senator HlRrarn, Falatka.
new structure, or some our tow
es.ova astatww .. ew .. area-
'
men hants put on a sal* out there. The tax would be paid by gasoline . . . . . .. . . . .

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lilAi' 8. 1931lptY BRADFORD COUNTY
--. V __ __ TELEGRAPH_STARKE. FLORIDA PAGE TURBO
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the meat would fill about 2;
cars,
. which, added to the 59 -AndtheWorstisYet Come--- ..... : .
cars ship- --1" '" : '!'" ''
to 'f !:%!\ " (>
News of Florida In Short Paragraphs ped by the Martin A Taylor stock ,,., ', ,...,. :, '" > .
yards, makes 85 carloads of hogs 't." :1sw
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produced
In Marlon -
season. county the past I ....-.-."-'" ..,._.. -. ,
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,,':' STATE NEWSTOLD I t'rt 0 :-- -= - -c-t- Y ", e. ;

Callahaa
[LIVE -A giant golden eagle
with
a wing spread of seven feet

four inches was killed near Hll- II
liard the other day by Roy Mur-

BY OUR EXCHANGES ree. The eagle had just killed a ', f
full grown sheep a few moments q11"II Iq !
' before it shot II Y
'j u '--------o was by Mr. Murree.
(
This ( l lLI
: species of eagle are "
do-Commltteee r-= son at this point is getting underway swift In flight and are strong. They very j l" LI
rl&ll 1'1'I 4
ted to have charge seven carloads moving out are very destructive to chickens, :,p4 xJ

for the Florida State since last Saturday nIght. The sea pIgs and sheep. Two other large

eats son's first two solid eagles were Been by Mr. Murree
meeting here cars were ship-
cal convention last but he failed to get a shot at them. I I I I4L .
Florida Rail- ped Friday. Last season the
the
12 13, and The big eagle killed will be mounted I I
convention the day first car moved on April 3 and up
pe srgeons; by a taxidermist at Folkston,
11. to May 1, 40 cars had gone out. The
vlourly I May and will be placed on display InUlIard
Hardee County Growers, Inc., ship- .
Some weeks In the ped their first car Saturday. It : '
'burr Ita contained 600 crates and I
nearly
i ,
uesburg will stage Palatka State Sen. S. J. Hil- Il
Tbee1on netted $2,500.Whiter .
festival of the year. burn today was in possession of
festival will likely be his automobile stolen a week ago, l
the good Garden According toM
annual event. After and a man giving the name of Bob
county custom this will be C. Britt of this city, this sec- Roberts, alias Joe Robertson was -A 4 AtMZ 1 tM.y1 ''
' affair, and on the tion will have 800 acres of cucumbers
In
wide jail here
[onnty following a thrilling
| people will be there. and 300 cars will start rolling chase
set all the across Alachua and parts of -j
about May 10. Condition of the Putnam counties. Roberts who ,
thousand vines at present is only fair and it
.jfay Twenty-six officers said had atempted to roba
and 500 cases otStre will require exceptionally favor- store at
poultry Campvllle, was
shipped by No' D., Miller able 'weather to produce a heavy In woods by a posse after captured using .. .THAT 0" the St. John River at Saint' John, New Brunswick there le
of April, It was yield, he says There are 200 acres Hllburn's *rnw'rf"1"( At fun tide the fan runs one wsy .nq,'I
month and In
the car another stolen an opposite dIrectIon
M It ti
ebb
tide.
of tomatoes here which The photograph shows a portiott !
return will be .
.
The ,
Ced today. automobile in an effort to escape. iL J'.the reversing r.II.' --- --- -- -
Miller ready about May 10.. to 60 i
Dinted to 6000. Mr. Fifty Before being taken Into custody, 7
mates that the poultry business, cars are expected. Roberts fired on the unarmed p. m. Key West K. C. but on Duval ,

. I run 75,000: a year. I possemen but.none were wounded. Train No. 108 first class mall, street being transformed and reno
Miami Until recently the most 5:30: p. m.
.
Final closing of night malls 6:00: vated to house public library
Beach Great success Is heavily traveled airplane passenger Tampa-West coast county officials 1 \\rll"3" maintained by West Woman's
ero Key
'()"" tJ p. m.
Vero route in the world has been .
ending certain enterprising and road engineers do not ___ .h Stnrka and Bell Branch Club.
sch growers in the planting and, that between London and Paris. want Florida highways to look like Mall closes 7:00: a. m. Samoaet..Celo Co., of America

pptog wide variety of vege-, Now, however, the Miami-Havana patchwork quilts, and in session Malt arrives 2:40: p.TampaTentative. m. purchased building on lot No. 21, l''
service has it. More shipments. Indications point to a be the road to better
put on the north. passed passengers here may now on --
M which are : today, drew up a protest block F for storage plant.
i markets at a time of year when flew between Miami and against a ruling by the state high. light movement. Florida tomatoes days. Amen. i plans 'Com Section of Gulf Coastal highway
Havana in six than during the next two weeks. r
in a day period
r It is nothing green growing way department that only Florida : pleted for storm sewer and seawall between Camp Walton and Navar-
northland. I have ever flown between France material shall be used for road repairs e TRAIN SCHEDULE Improvements estimated to "rapidly nearing completion. ,
and Britain:in the
same length of Irregardless of the original A DEMOCRATS PRAYER cost 400000. Madison\ --Frank Littleton erected A'

Daytona Beach-Early requests: time. material. Members at the meetingsaid Effective March 20th our schedule Panama City Stevedoring Co. building on Alex Smith property *

r hotel and house accommoda-1 such a ruling would soon make (Mayfield (Ky.>'Messenger) changes and trains will run as Inc., opened offices here and took on highway, and moved his
Live Oak-Plans have been follows:
u for the summer com the highways a patchwork, un- overloading and unloading of vessels lunch room to new quarters
0, Mighty Hoover, who art In No. 1, southbound local due
for the
annual flower showto
!being! received by the cham- pleted sightly and perplexing to motorists Starke 11:23: m. at New Bay Harbor terminals. Bartow Mayhouae Furniture (;
,
I Washington, when not fishing on p.
Indicate that theumer be held In Live Oak May 12 under at Palmetto Pioneer Palmetto moved to larger quarter d
of commerce especially nIght. They said a the Is No. 11, southbound, local due Company
Rapldian. Thy name pants.
tourist business here this the auspices of the Woman'eclub. driver at night could not distinguish Starke, 11:10: a. m. State Bank building from L L. in building formerly occupied by D. ',
uon will be In advance of last A full list of committees a patch from a hole. Thy will and the will of thy cam- No. 107. limited due Starke, White. W. Hall Hardware Co.

a, A. P. Underhill, chamber ofimerce have been named to have chargeof paign contributors be done in the 10:30: a. m.

manager said today. the various exhibits. The prizes Hastings Although so far this rest of the country. as it is done in No. 191, southbound, limited, due 1

will be ribbons for first and second season the potato deal from this Washington.Give Starke 11:00: p. m. q

nut City-The vegetable deal premiums and honorable mention point has been satisfactory, it appears us this day our dally bread No. 2 0:43, northbound, local due

this section Is advancing slowly I for noteworthy entries, with a from now on that it will Im -and bowl of free soup-for our Starke No. 12:, northbound a. m. local, due

ri Indications are that there will' sweepstake ribbon for the most prove. Weather has been favorable 'i turnip greens and sweet potato Starke, 3:05: p. m.

i light crop this year. Beans,l outsandlng single entry. prices fair to good and stock vines are almost gone. Forgive ui No. 108, northbound due Starke, FORD BRAKESu

mh, potatoes and cucumbers I coming out clean and free from our debts, and if you can't forgive 0:02: p.
them, for the love of Mike help us m.Starke WanneeNo.
\it been practically the only Macclenny-Just a few years disease. Digging operations started
tables that have been shipped' ago not a house stood in what is about ten days ago In the Hast- get a job so we can pay them. Thou 101 leaves Starke 7:00 a. m. le

a thin point. Unfavorable now called West Macclenny. To- ings section and the carlot move- knowest, 0 Mighty Hoover, that No. 102 arrives 2:40 p. m. ARE UNUSUALLY ,

ttber! conditions have been the day several nice houses as well as ment up to last Saturday night for thy subjects are, dumb, so dumb -
Blue Bus Schedule
I
IK of the light crop. a business place, two sawmills, etc., this season totaled 1,326. The that we believed your campaign

stand there, making it one of the weather has remained clear and! promises. If we had not been so Southbound-0:31: a. m., 11:31a.

ICarnl Five persons were in-' most popular sections of town. Mr. cool and potatoes are coming out dumb, you would pot be President. m., 4:01: p. m., 6:31 p. m., 12:14am : EFFECTIVE
itl,one seriously when a Mtamlitleah -' Lowder, who has done much toward In exceptionally fine shape, with a And since you know how dumb we ,

bus struck a ,curbing in, the upbuilding of this section I very good yield. Quality is the are, have mercy on us, for our pockets Northbound--8:00: .. m., 1:23: p. ir

g a turn at a street inersecw has started to work on another best seen in this section for some are empty-also our stomachs.., m., 4:07: p. m., 7:03: p. m., 4:43: a.
today and threw passengers house on his property. This time, about 80 per cent grading No. Some of us voted for you In the belief

m their seats: Arthur Davis, 24; dwelling of five rooms will be of 1. that you would continue our m.Tickets and information at

Jacksonville, suffered scalp lacdlons the popular style.Jacksonville great prosperity, and behold our Smith's Service Static! next to

and a possible fractured Hastings-Price, for early Florida great prosperity has gone to the courthouse. and
followers of Smoot and Reliability safety
an, when he was thrown against A large railroadin I Irish potatoes dropped another favored ,
tai bar and a window.' the south has been accorded!. fifty cents over the week-end Grundy. Some of us voted for you Closing ef Mmila ..u

distinction, as announced bringing the for No. 1'. because thy handmaiden Mabel
signal price today South
Pint City Work has started by L.; -D. Palmer, secretary com- to $3.50 per barrel with a fairly told the preachers and the preacher Train No. 107 first class mall due to simple design and
told that would to
it week on tearing down the mitee on' Award of the National active demand according to the us we go 10:10 a. m. -

tnoUo church at Thomas, and Safety Council, through Lyman sales managers of the various hell if we voted for Al Smith. So Train No. 11, parcel post. 10:50:

Uer streets to make ready for Delano executive vice president, Hastings distributors. Many buyers we voted for you, and the country a. m. careful construction
has been a h-II of a mess ever North
.
"construction of a new edifice. Atlantic Coast Line railroad com- are offering three dollars even Train No. 12. parcel poet 2:40
knew building will be upon theM pany. As a result of the outsand today although their bids have not since.We
thank thee O,Mighty Hoover
ground and will be- started tag safety record made by the Atlantic -. been accepted, It was stated. According
thou'hast
MOB u the work of wrecking Coast Line during 1930, that to the available Information for relief given the ONE OF the first things you "will notice "when you
farmer, for thou has relieved them
old structure Is completed. road Win receive a handsome approximately 67 per cent of of all they had except their debts FLORIDATHEATRE drive the Ford la the quick, effective action of its r
-' bronze plaque from the National the crop In the immediate section
and a few old clothes. We,thank
Port Lauderdale Plan for Safety Council. was dug by last Saturday night thee for the relief'thou hast given four-wheel" brake. r

lion of a precooling and cold - I with 2153 carloads shipped. safe and reliable because
the laboring man, for thou bast relieved They are unusually
je plant at Port Everglades, Miami-Young future farmers of. him of the necessity of rising GAINESVILLE FLA.
li would be financed by foreign Florida last year earned more mon- Belle Glade-Peak movement of : early to get to hIs job. We they are mechanical Internal expanding, with all

"tai;to handle produce raised in ey than their teachers. The cash beans from the Lake Okeechobee thank thee that thou hast relievedus braking surfaces fully enclosed.This prevent mud, ,

M section for shipment to north- income from pupils' projects in vocational section was expected this week, of the annoyance of factory Program week May 8th band
11 markets by steamship, with agricultural schools of the but shipment will probably con whistles and the noise of turning water, sand, etc., from getting between the

* r.were outlined here. 96 more than was paid teachers were billed from points around TODAY
: no wheels are turning (except -
of the Ford the
for this work from federal, state Lake Okeechobee last Saturday, Other outstanding feature are
those in the heads of those
HollYWOOd = Hollywood', own, and local funds. This information and the same number was shipped who voted for thee.) "THE SECRET SIX"With Triplex shatterproof glass windshield, four Hon
diminutive revealed in the display boothat from the lake district on Mondayof
and petite Miss was
We thank thee, 0 Mighty Hoover
t 's4! still in her early teens the South Florida fair. Total this week. Bountiful made up that thy watchful care of "No dame double.acting hydraulic shock absorbers,

JW out In New York. in com.against enrollment in vocational agricul- about 70 per cent of the shipments. I ble experiment" of prohibition has Wallace Beery aluminum pistons, torgae-tube drive, more than '
i the best tural work during 1930 was $1,- A few cars of the Round Stringles.
womenIn ,
,at last been made effective for if
the United State and 981 at 51 schools. were billed to southern and middle :Mrs. WUlebrant and the holy farm John Mack Brown anda twenty ball and roller bearing., Rustics Slftl."llabillty *

*wand place In the low board '' western markets. Quality the last board were peddling their ferment tine supporting cast economy, and long life.

J All Broward county joins Fort Pierce-Movement of St. week or ten days has been only fair able grapejuice for two-bits a bar- Added Chimp Comedy, Act Ford and '
"J You UTe when buy the save ;
In being proud of this Lucie county's tomato crop is ex- to ordinary. The shipping season rel, we couldn't buy a drink. New. you you

pected to get under way the latter, on the east coast around Pompano Thou annointest our heads with every mile you drive.

part of the week and heavy ship-' Is practically finished. Heavy oil--stolen from the governmentoil -
Panama City The American ments should begin going forward rains In that section have drowned -and we can't buy soap to SATURDAY"Conquering

[" J up Commercial Navigator early in May Indications are that 1 most of the remaining acreage and wash It off because of the Holy Horde"
@the &Harbor terminals for there will be a good yield from approximately few more lots are expected to Tariff.

mto of pulp paper for.Boston .1,000 acres In the move. Lead us not In'[temptation'' of WltbRlcluJrd

PhllWelphta The S. S. Beat. county. Damage to the crop by the I '- high living, lest we be taken to the Arlen t i p:
took 110O tons to NeW"York recent heavy rains that totaled ten Belle ;'Glade The tomato acre- hospital to be cured of gout hard Fay A

last Sunday. Arrival .of Inches will not exceed 15 per cent age in the Lake Okeechobee district times and the shadow of like one of Wray ,

P WOod at the mills here are according to the estimate of County this spring probably amountsto thy famous supporters. Yea tho Added -Mickey MoOolre Cent-

g 13 to 20 cars per day.. ., "Agent Alfred Warren. Many of 2.500 acres. This Is consider we walk through the valley of bard edl' 1 1Trs

the fields were. not hurt at all. he ably heavier than last spring. times and the shadow of starvationwe ,

ee-The state supreme stated Heavy rakes over the east coast will fear no evil for thou are
today upheld the 'circuit the last ten lap did not extend to with us and bath appointed many Monday & Tuesday

:Re County: In the cue .Hastings Skillful handling this section, and as a consequence: ,, commission to watch over us. r'
in this I. in fairly Wheeler & Woolsey OAIR, vx r A .T.N *
gglns, convicted. of and rare presence of mind 'on the the crop area Hear us, O Mighty Hoover and m 9m i.
liquor to an Indian and eeu- part of Gordon Stanton Hastings healthy condition. VInes are look- answer usl! And may the squirrels IA
to $300 fine and Joe :Mus- Ing good and the prospects are for fool "CRACKED NUTS"Their
or six months aviator, saved him nest In our hats If we are ever
eet ent. The case was ap- leb, commercial pilot from Jack.aonvUb a better than average yield. Quality enough to follow another Jack-lan latest Comedy riot

ou the grounds the jury box from possible serious injury Is expected to be fairly good. tern labeled "Republican Prosperity. Added Cartoon. Comedy. UTMIATBBN

wAlch the list of jurors tor yesterday when their plane While the first can have already ." thanking God that Hoover News) BODY TYPES

tile -" drawn did not con. caught in .- wire fence while attempting moved, shipments during the next Prosperity Is gone and that we

fr number: of names prescrib.in a take-off from the Good week are expected: to be rather k kl.
WEDNESDAY"MYPASr
taw. win field between Federal Point light Active movement Is expected 430 to G3O
to .tart around May 5, and peak e
and nosed, into
Mills
Post and Orange & CASKETS
Jl1er-: expected the middleof COFFINS :
shipments are
cut the motor
Aahby Jones the ground. Stanton
from And Full line of With
Caught more than a thou. off immediately- preventing possible the month. The first car a ( o. ... Dftnttt, platnight and JMnry. Dampers end

thn during CO yeara of AIb.Calooeah fire and neither occupant of the southern part of the Mondayand district Undertakers' Siqfplies Bebe Daniels and Ben fpart the sirs mt lot c.... You sea fmrttuu m lord oneonmnleaf
moved from South Bar .
cat: : had river the plane was Injured. was reported sold at 4.85 for AUTOMOBILE HEARSE Lyon term. through th* Aitthori**! for* Ftassss.rise. .
six
lIIYer'i more of fancy and $3.35 for choice. According . ./ gA. VnJMrsef CrW/l CtIfII".T') i
:: to his cred1L .Marion county farmers Always .. U- Tea one
boat. Jon_ landed Usinghe Ocala: for meat this to buyers and shippers who .-.... .* ... -..-. ..-.- Com. Thurs. & Frl. ij
largellt 8txof will not go lacking have visited the east coast sections, ._. ...-.... .. !.!-.*
single catch his summer. A total of 225,000 pounds .
in the Ft Laud .eMREouTgagD "TRADER HORN"With
lt the tomato crop
gOne in :Marion
p0tlpd' the Weighed of hog meat, produced I erdale and Homestead area has E..4LMZ&DEWIT 4i
heaviest In the cold
cured
caught has been
UIia county I recent k
lw The oth.en 1'aDf.. storage plant of the West Coast been seriously Injured by !' C. JONES Harry Carey and
the
wdgb ."..... I raIn8ShIpments from S
.. heavy .
to the put
eo Ocala
pound&.. Ice company. In ;, entire state last week amounted to ..&JUt& rumim Edwina Booth
1r1Qc1lu1&-- fan and winter. This mean that
t I boat
including
The and less than 75 can
killed
CUCUmber seak' some ,2100 hop were !
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lion of the resolution by the sen- the state government. bearing the seal! of the state, all cease tu; of $100 from
'I. a
.. ate concluded a ten year fight on fees to go to the state treasury. fish dealer, and .JJ
E No state, county or municipal a |io
News
Town Legislative the part of Senator W. C. Hodges, tu; from )
: taxes would be levied against real A committee on cities and towns Sfu"6. a resident ttt!
dealer.
Tallahassee, author of the resolu- Resident :
incomes reported favorably a bill providing a 110
estate owned by widows having -
dealers
s Uon, to obtain its approval La the selling fun from
TAIL After approving a committee and petroleum dealers and wouldbe I upper branch of the legislature., of less than $300 annually, if that no new county shall be created would pay a tax of linn'ehIct
Introduced in the house Mon- In Florida unless the territory
bill with
amendment reducing the appropriation in addition to any state taxes I a an additional $50 for e&
embraced has a population of 10-
day afternoon becomes a law. The tra
Bills providing taxes chain county.
: upon Resident
from $34,000 to $9,000, the now paid on gasoline. Money raised 000 or more. retail d G
a (BY OUR PRINTER) measure was sponsored by Repre-
senate today passed 33 to 0 a biD stores and upon theatres, as Uto selling from vehicles would
under the measure would go I sentative T. Douglas of Putnam. D.7
} censes, were reported unfavorably a year with W
$25:
Well soaks, pardon, we mean giving the state canal commission The bill to prohibit the sale and for each
the state road for -
department, return
to Wednesday by a house of representatlves county.
power acquire by gift land for a
folks, here is the first and possibly right of way for the Atlantic Gulf to county road bond funds In I finance .and taxation com The Florida house committee on transportation of black bass In -

the last of "Town Talk", as seen and Mississippi canal across Flor- equal portions. The bill providesthat I mlttee. finance and taxation Friday reported all fresh waters of the state, was A new motor vehicle
dealer In the state bill to establish Introduced In the senate Thursdayby licet,*,,
: from the sidelines by.us. Ida. every pay unfavorably on a bill, varying slightly *
the tax on all gasoline and petroleum Finance and taxation educationand a 20 percent amusement tax: in Senator M. Harrison, Palmetto. from
) I. ? We happened to be sitting nearenough measure Introduced In
products sold by him and will receive the state. A similar bill, calling The bill would make It unlaw- the ,
Rigid supervision of banking Thursday
passengerand measures was H
of the
remarks submitted
44S to overbear some freight bus lines operating In holds the dealer'responsible for the the full attention of the house dur- for 10 percent tax on amusements ful for any person, firm or corpor- (Continued | n
s ' +r; passed at the luncheon of Florida was proposed la a bill Introduced payment thereof, on the fifteenth Ing day sessions for two weeks beginning Is before the senate committee on ation to sell, offer for sale purchase on page 7.)

s 4 the Business Men' Club in the in the state senate Friday day of each month. It holds that Monday morning, under finance and taxation. : offer to purchase, exchangefor
the tax shall be In addition to all < another article or property,!
Senator
:Magnolia Cafe Monday.It by Parker, Mayo. Com- the provisions of a resolution :
seems that we are to have a panies would be required to pay other taxes heretofore or hereafter adopted Wednesday morning by an I A two-cent gasoline tax In addit'ion transport,, ship or convey out of,
$90 for a.state permit to operate authorized. The money collectedby overwhelming majority vote. to the present six: cent tax the state any black bass, large or j
bridge party, you know the new each bus or truck, and In addition the tax Is to be paid into the was proposed in the Florida legislature small mouth. Provision Is made I
bridge just being completed between state comptroller and thence Into Friday for the benefit of that
would be required to pay a grad- ,The other,feature bill to be passed the holder of a valid fishing
here and Lake Butler. Unlike uated mileage tax. Busses of 10- the stat treasury to the credit of was one relative to legal holi 'county road bond funds. Senator license may carry out of the stateas

most bridge parties they began passenger capacity would pay 1-2 the state road department expense days. Under the provisions of the HUburn, Palatkawho Introducedthe personal baggage, one day's Um-
4 fund, a special fund. The bill provides bill, estimated Its revenue at it of bass
cent mile 20 3-1 The state
-
per ; passenger, game commissioner
} totalling the high score at the that the auditor of the state measure,.whIch passed by a unanimous -
cent per mile; and more than 20 $4.500,000 a year. Revenue from would be authorized to
Start, and the points, honors, etc., passengers one cent per mile. I road department shall report the vote, two present holidays, the tax, to be collected from deal- Issue permits for the transportation -

A equalled approximately $300.00.tMayor Trucks and trailers would be assessed amount of money paid by the coun- Shrove Tuesday and Farmers' Day ers on every gallon of gasoline of black bass out of the state
would be discontinued and observ-
ties to the state for the of the :
use brought into the state, would go to for
a tax of one cent a mile on propogatlon or scientific pur-
state road and that the ance the next day of a holiday oc-
department the state for division
department,
of less
than
capacity 5,600 pounds, poses or as trophies.Senator
fund created the act be curing on Sunday would be limited
and two cents mile expense by equally between the state's 67
a on greater
used in the counties for to July ,,,4, Armistice Day and -
repaying counties. The bill referred to
was,
than CI, OO pounds capacity. Money J, D. Stewart, Fernan-
Christmas day. The bill passed was
advanced.
money the senate finance and taxation
collected by the taxes would In dina also
go a committee substitute for House sponsored bills relating """" "' BMB '
Bl --
part to the state road department, committee. to fresh water
Bill No. 8. fishing. One of his Dark
Representative Mathews
Eye
in part to the counties, in part to DuVal'l.. measures would fix: a statewide Shadows
the general fund, and in part to Introduced a bill In the Of--s; Promised investigation of school closed season on fresh water fish are invisible under the enchant
the cities where day to place a tax'on telephones, Salaries of circuit expenditures and race track oper- mm of seductive: beauty
companies
the tax had their headquarters.paying at a rate of $1 for each phone ev-/courts would be set at $8,000 a ation held the capitol spotlight from April through May 81. He to your skin and compSfci
ery three months. He estimated year under the provisions of a bill Saturday as the Florida legislature .also submitted a bill defining the They need no longer age your ap.

Members of-the house took advantage there are 158,000 telephones in use Introduced in the house. The meas- stood in adjournment for the week- fresh waters of the state, placing pearance charming or detract frOm the
In the state, and provided In the ure was sponsored by Rep. DwightL. end. A committee of the house Lake Okeechobee and the SI Johns Toothful I beauty )Ve
of consideration of a bill may so easfly possess throOOORAUO
bill that the tax shall not be collectable river, from Its mouth as far south
to regulate the practice of barber- Rogers of Broward; Henry S. was ready to begin investigation of "
ing to Introduce a vela of comedy from the person renting McKenzie of Putnam, and J. 'M.. expenditure of school funds over a as Volusla bar Including Doctor's *

Friday. One amendment to the the telephone. Sapp of Bay. The present salariesof period of several years in connection Lake water and Lake George, in the salt 0RIENT41pY.

b bill, already passed by the senateto -- judges are $7,600 a year. with school leglsaltion for the classification.
A bill for a, state boxing commission CREAM
for II coming two years. The investigation -
provide and
Wall to in typical pose, physical examinations registration for all barbers previously Introduced In Sen. A. W., Young Vero Beach, was asked by Rep. Dann Still another bill by Senator Har- ,.ner MHI .......,terse I
pointing high .core. the senate, was received in the rison would require an annual 11-
f sought to prevent barbers Monday, withdrew two bills he Pinellas, who charged operation of
Our congenial! mayor, pictured :from talking to customers. Another house from Represenatlv Bledaoe, sponsored last week providing for schools had Jumped from'a cost of

above, advanced an argument in would prohibit a barber from HIJJs rough. the leasing of ,hIghways withincounties $7,000,000 ten years ago to $35-
'+ misrepresenting the beneflclent and municipalities to the I 000,000 In 1930.
favor of a no trump band and of
Provisions for establishment of
features of various hair.tonics. A state and substituted a new bill r.o
9 course in his usual! way, said we third would require barbers to be a state tax commission, with power proposing to allocate motor ve- A proposal to .raise the state f' ..
really: bad something to "crow "doctors of medicine, doctors of to equalize taxes through the hicle license taxes back to the municipalities gasoline tax from six to seven .
about," that bridge. don't happen state, were contained In a bill by and counties cents
philosophy, doctors of divinity and in the ra- was laid before the Florida
doctors of surgery, particularly Representative Keen, Sarasota. tio in which the roads and high- senate Thursday by Senator E. M.

surgery. All were defeated. ways In the various municipalities Johns Starke. His bill provided
The house approved a general! and counties bear to the entire that money raised by the added

Veto of the inheritance tax bill, Investigation of school funds In mileage of public roads and high- tax, estimated at $2,2 OO9O, go to
setting aside all of the revenues a view to judicious expenditure In ways in the state. Money thus re- the counties; equally for such fundsas

obtained from the tax on inheritances Florida over a period of years, witha funded to the political subdivisions may be directed. This bill was

was sustained by the sen-. view to udiclous expenditure in would be used for retirementof Included In 21 others introduced.
.. ate of the Florida Legislature! the next two years on resolution of road and bridge bonded Indebtedness Senator Johns estimated the counties -

Tuesday by a vote of 27 to 9 after Representative Da&n. or for construction of new under the distribution system t 4 #,

_ lengthy discussion which followed roads, and streets after such in- ie proposed, would get approxi- IN
receipt of the veto message from Speaker Lewis appointed a committee -, debtedness were retired. mately $33,500 each. '

Governor Doyle E. Carlton. Gover- of five to investigate the, -

nor Carlton set forth in his Veto school situation. The members' Senator G. Frank Andrews, By vote of 44 to41, representatives -* iY

message that' constitutionality of were! Representative Dann, chair Greenville, offered a bill to requireone adopted a resolution by Rep. 4 it ''wphi', ';i
the measure as passed was doubt- man; and Representative Larson of year residence In Florida as a i Elliott Lafayette, to adjust all

(Crowing about new bridge) ful, in that the Inheritance tax bill: Clay, Andrews of Holmes, Horn of pre-requlsite to employment Instate I, state salaries in accordance with i
Madison and,Taylor_ of Gadaden. departmelwith the reduction recommended
varied from the terms of the Fed- excep- I a graded
to be built very often in this sec eral law upon which It was predl-' tion of the Institutions of higherlearning. several days ago, and to reduce

tion. We should open this bridgeby cated. He also stated that the bill Amid a bombardment of oratory, He also Introduced a bill county salaries insofar as possible. 1 ,";', i If "
all means. It would be a shameto should be In harmony with the Fed- the senate Wednesday adopted by a. to prohibit nepotism, "" '" .r
make the public use the old eral statutes 'which allows five vote of 27 to 11, the senate joint i al the employment or appointment Another revenue bID Introduced 7Iie WIS" "it'
one years for payment of the tax, resolution proposing a constitution i of persons related to one another by Representative Mathews would
just because the new one could not whereas the vetoed bill permits amendment to exempt homestead'j within the third degree of consanguinity set a fee of $10 on each commission use

be opened. Objections were in or- only three years for settlement. from. taxation in in anyone department of Issued by the governor and

der, and out of order, as nearly all STANTON SERVICE
The bill by Senator Arthur.Gomez -

r Key West, to permit paymentof
'
current,state and county taxes
J
'. In Installments, was passed by a Page after page of excellent illustrations,
vote of 28 to B. A summer r. IJIaU
t open ,
:, covering all of
season'on deer, proposed In a bill types business including

by Senator J. W. Turner, Cedar I tilt x yours. Ad after,ad of punchy copy and at-

Key, met opposition, but the bill 11111 tractive layouts.' This modern matrix service -
1" passed by a vote of 21 to 14, after is
offered free
),; considerable debate. The bill would I / of charge exclusively
"" permit the shooting of buck deer in this community to advertisers in this

on Fridays# and<< Saturdays In July. I d'i51a ; yWV : 111(1i ( paper. Take advantage of this glowing

--- I opportunity
1.I.wI Abolishment of the office of state N

tax equalizer, proposed by Senator
1.gi. Johns, was approved by the senate _

_ 26 to 4., The measure now goes to .. Bradford County
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atitty TelegraphSTARKE
the house. U ikw- ryl !


& A bill by Senator Watson, to T r FLORIDA
appropriate $10,000 annually for O J. af .M

i Hollls Knight Object two years to fight crop diseases In
south, Florida was reported favorably
I {' bridge parties are more or less out as was a bill by Senator Bell, ..

,, i of order. When Hollls Knight objects Arcadia, appropriating $30,000 for

; to anything he Just don't an agricultural experiment stationin '
I
'ter: 'want it and won't have It. He is Hardee county. "
lt -
pictured above "telling 'em about A revised motor vehicle license I' '
.!,/ It." He said the money could bet tax bill. Introduced by Rep. West- ; .

t': used for a better purpose, but brook, Lake,would Increase reve- >. IQPP
really they had not raised the monk -
nue from this source by virtue of
k ey yet. His argument was so an average Increase of 83 1-3 per
LIVE UP'
strong that be caused L. Wyman cent In the price of tags. West- "MUST WE EAE is as actual opportunity W mal you*

brook said no additional demands dollar do double doty. Twice M much for
would be made motor vehicle 1" your mosey is no small matter when you
owners the upon proposed levy TO OUR INCOME?" pablKatioai consider the which well balanced suottnteat'of standard
are mterulalaf. Inrtnxtire. and enjoyable
_ taking the place of the ad valorem in the widest variety.. We ban made it tar
1flk tax on vehicles, abolished last fall ... for yoBiiBpIy select the club you want sad send of
by constitutional amendment. The bring this gropes te ear ofic* TODAY.nccui. .
motor vehicle bill would alter distribution your
,of,funds, giving 40 percent No I Perhaps you don't HAVE to save. Perhaps 1.e. CLB :N. 40

I. 11I1 counties instead equally of 24; 80 as at per present cent ,in-to weekly pay cheek"lDlll satisfy all your needs for a 1rr... te;= AI1.SEVEXFOB ONLY

W4 stead of 79 at present, to the state time. But if look into the future will ___ .. .......... I... }
road department; and 30 per cent you .. .. you see possible TM F.. l=t. I $1 .8&
; to the state treasury for disbursement AND THIS NEWSPAPER
emergencies for which it is best to An It* PM Tew
to ask,,"What's the big Wear" Of as the legislature may see prepare. ,
course: if the rut."cbJp" In Mr. fit. CPScIAL CLUE i )I.. A-4
Wyman will match their donation ever-growing savings account with this Bank -is a tt: .P ierui.,. I raw: ,...

fffl} but he could not see why the business Another plan to redistrict court sure safeguard against all financial emergencies: Be ,nsru.e.a n a..w,1 ,.. :ALL SEVEKFOR :
men should be called upon to circuits was offered by Senator :::a= 1- ONLY
sponsor: such a celebration. Hlnley, Live Oak. The measure prepared c.-arp -.... r;:.. }
_P' Well, we are going to open that provides for IT circuits) Instead of AND cr--. ..... S ........) $1CLIP .85-

bridge with a celebration anyway. 28 now existing and would have jf lee. THIS 0.. TawYen'NEWSPAPER'

An old fashioned basket dinner, the number of ;Judges based upon .,
Just like they used to do, Is goingto population. A circuit would be entitled -
y be served on the grounds and to one ;Judge for each 60,000 BANK of . . . . . .. .- . . .
STARKEA
1 1 noted speakers will give addresses population. ..1'udcwould be ap- .
rr ;, befitting the occasslon. It Is rumored pointed by the governor for abc ,"
+ : ..4 K.AGID --
rClTOa. S aUtCBb
t
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sr that a fiddling contest will beheld year terms, subject to confirmation THIS
Sd in the afternoon. by the senate. ROLL OF HONOR BANK

,, To draw a large crowd to this Name t
bridge party w* might have our A state excise tax of two centsa '' Coups
and of ,E. S. MATTHEWS, Pres. R.'J. DAVIS Cashier Town -
mayor the mayor lAke Butler gallon on gasoline and other petroleum ,
fight a duel In the center of the 'products was proposed In' 7 ToDay
r new .tructure, or' hsvv some of our a bill by Senator Hllburn. Falatka State 1! F. D_ --
merchants put on a sal out there. The tax would be paid by gasoline trt.g .r ... tar eo.- w .v .,... erasXOwrrurnUU

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meat would fill about 25

which, added to the 69 cars ship cars, And the Worst is Yet Come ,.' "

News of Florida In Short Paragraphs ped by the Martin & Taylor stock to -- t $ 4' i
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yards, makes 85 carloads of hogs -- <---. I ro o
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produced In Marion -
county the past =- = ..! ,
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L LIVE STATE NEWSTOLD I Callahan--A giant golden eagle ( 0. - !

with a wing spread of seven feet 'k rf ?' a fl9' ? a 3''
four inches was killed near HIl- ill Si
Hard the other day by Roy Mur-

OUR EXCHANGES ree. The eagle had Just killed a t IV I I I
BY full grown sheep a few moments I I I I II'1I' ) i to r e

--------- _._ _.,. .. before it was shot by Mr. Murree. I '
This species of eagle are + 1 1t'
have beenmted son at this point Is getting under very
swift in
11fldp.Commttteee flight and are strong.They 4
r to have cb&l'P of all a.r- way, seven carloads moving out I are very destructive to chickens, '

ents for the Florida State since last Saturday night. The sea- :pigs and sheep Two other large I 'i :;

meeting here son's first two solid cars were shipped eagles were seen by Mr. Murree
dint convention but he failed to get a shot at them. -
RailSoM last Last
Friday. the
Florida season
> convention the the day first car moved on April 3 and up The big eagle killed will be mounted t'i 1 1I 1ar _ _ _* -..' ,
by a taxidermist at Folkston,
to May l, 40 cars had out.The
gone *
vloU8I, :MaY 11. Hardee Growers and will be placed on .display in . . ;;, ;
County Inc.
ship- UUard. '
some weeks in the ped their first car Saturday. It I u

Mug Uesburg will stage Its contained nearly 600 crates, and Palatka-State Sen. S. J. Hll- + ., ti.
of the year. TheterIIIelon netted $2,500.Winter burn
t'testival today was in possession of
festival will likely beua1 his automobile stolen a week ago,
event After the good Garden According to and a man giving the name of Bob
anD will be M. C. Britt of this this 1.ti
custom this city sec Roberts alias
county Joe Robertson, was
ty wide affair and on the tion will have 800 acres of cucum- in Jail here following a thrilling \
be there. bers and 300 cars will start
ijet all the people will rolling chase across Alachua and parts of
about May 10. Condition of the
Putnam counties. Roberts, who 1
vmifay Twenty-six thousand vines at present in. only fair and It officers said had atempted to roba .

I d8 of poultry shipped and by N.500 D.cases Miller of will able weather require exceptionally to produce a favor-heavy store woods at Campvllle by a was after capturedin THAT en the 8t John River st Saint John, New Brunswick there I*
were posse using '
the month of April. It was yield, he says. There are 200 acres Hllburn's car and another stolen In ." opposite direction waterfall At full tide the fall runs one way.n The returnted of tomatoes here, which will be at ebb tide. The.. photograph, ai awe a portIO j '
unced today. automobile In an effort to escape. JIBL.- of the reversing fall., -- - -' - ,;
to $6,000. Mr. Miller ready about May 10.. Fifty to 60 Before being taken Into custody, I

nites that the poultry business cars are expected. Roberts fired on the unarmed N. p. m. Key West K.: C, but on Uuval ,a

I run $75,000 a year. -- possemen but.none were wounded. 5:30 Train No. 108 first class mall, street being transformed and renovated -;
Miami Until recently the most p. m.
Great Is heavily traveled Final closing of night malls 6:00: to house publlo library
airplane
'ero success passen- Tampa-West coast county officials ..-- tJ p. m. maintained by Key West Woman's ,
Vero route in the world has been \
ending certain enterprising ger and road engineers do not Htarke and Bell Branch Club.,,
h growers In the planting and that between London and Paris. want Florida highways to look like Mall closes 7:00 a. m. Samoaet Celo Co., of America ''f,
wide variety of vege- Now however, the Miami-Havana :Mall arrives 2:40: p. m.
pplng patchwork quilts, and in session purchased building on lot No. 21,
put on the north- service has passed it. More passengers here shipments. Indications point to a may now be on the road to better -- 'f
lea which are today, drew up a protest block F for storage plant. "
i markets at a time of year when new between Miami and against a ruling by the state high light movement .of Florida toma- days Amen. Tampa-Tentative plans .com- Section of Gulf Coastal highway i
Havana in six than toes during the next two weeks.A .
In a day period
.?|Is nothing green growing. way department that only Florida pleted for storm sewer and sea between Camp Walton and Navar- Y
uorUiland. have ever flown between France material shall be used for e TRAIN SCHEDULE di;
i road repairs wall Improvements estimated to "rapidly nearing completion.
and Britain'in the of
same length irregardlesa of the original DEMOCRATS) 1'IIAYEU coat $400,000. Madison--Frank Littleton erect- 1{!;,
ytona Beach-Early requests time. material. Members at the meetingsaid Effective March 20th our schedule Panama City Stevedoring Co.I ed building on Alex Smith prop- J,,,

r hotel and house accommoda- such a ruling would soon make (Mayfleld (Ky.) Messenger.) changes and trains will run as Inc., opened offices here and took I erty on highway, and moved his <\
for the summer season which Live Oak-Plans have been com- the highways patchwork follows: over loading and unloading of lunch to new >
D a un- southbound local due ves- room quarters.
0 \ Hoover who art in No.1.
Mighty ,
for the
received by the cham- pleted annual flower showto sightly and to sels at New Harbor terminals Burtow Furniture ;)
0 being perplexing motorists Starke, 11:23: p. m. Bay Mayhouae ,
when not
Washington, fishing on
r of commerce, Indicate that theer be held In Live Oak May 12 un- especially at night. They said a No. 11, southbound, local due Palmetto Pioneer Palmetto Company moved to larger quartersIn 't-
the is
tourist business here this der the auspices of the Woman's driver at night could not distinguish Rapidlan. Thy name pants. Starke, 11:10: a. m. State Bank building from L L. building formerly occupied by D. fl
will be In advance of last club. A full list of committeeshave a patch from a hole. Thy will and the will of thy cam- No. 107, limited due Starke, White. W. Hall Hardware Co. .
contributors be done in the "
ir, A. P. Underhill chamber of been named to have chargeof paign 10:30: a. m. .
'
rest of the country as !it is done in 191 southbound limited due F
eree manager said today. the various exhibits. The prizes Hastings-Although so far this No. ,
will be ribbons for first and second season the potato deal from this Washington.Give I Starke 11:00: p. m.

Plant City-The vegetable deal premiums and honorable mentionfor point has been satisfactory, It appears us this day our daily bread Starke No.2 0:43,: northbound a. m. local due

loll section Is advancing slowly noteworthy entries with a from now on that it will im -and bowl of free soup-for our No. 12, northbound local, due

1 Indications are that there will sweepstake ribbon for the most prove. Weather has been favor- turnip greens and sweet potato Starke, 3:09: p. m. FORD BRAKES

i light crop this year. Beans outsanding single entry. able, prices fair to good and stock vines are almost gone. Forgive us No. 108, northbound, due Starke
potatoes and cucumbers coming out clean and free from our debts, and If you can't forgive 5:52: p.
VI been practically the only Macclenny-Just a few years disease. Digging operations start them, for the love of Mike help us m.Starke WanneeNo.

tables that have been shippedthis ago not a house stood in what is ed about ten days ago in the Hast get a Job so we can pay them. Thou 101 leaves Starke 7:00: a. m.
point. Unfavorable now called West Macclenny. To- ings section and the carlot move- knowest, 0 Mighty Hoover, that No. 102 arrives 2:40: p. m. ARE UNUSUALLY

slier\ conditions have been thee day several nice houses as well as ment up to last Saturday night for thy subjects are dumb so dumb Blue Bus-Schedules

e the light crop.* a business place, two sawmills, etc., this season totaled 1,326. The that we believed your campaign

stand there, making it one of the weather has remained clear and promises. If we bad not been so Southbound-9:31 a. m., 11:31a. :

Hltml! Five persons were in most popular sections of town. Mr. cool and potatoes are coming out dumb, you would not be President.And . m., 4:01 p. m., 6:31 p. m., 1214 EFFECTIVE
when Miami- Lewder- who bas done much toward since you know how dumb we Sr
one seriously a in exceptionally fine shape with a a. m.
eaI1 bus struck a curbing, In the upbuilding of this section very good yield. Quality is the are, have mercy on us, for our poc- Northbound-8:50: a. m., 1:23: p.

g a turn at a street Inersec- has started to work on another best seen in this section for some kets are empty-also our stomachs. m., 4:07: p. m., 7:53: p. m., 4:43: a.
today and threw passengers house on his property. This time, about 80 per cent grading No. Some of us voted for you in the be-

their Beats: Arthur Davis* 24, dwelling of five.rooms will be of 1. lief that you would continue our m.Tickets and information at

Jacksonville, suffered scalp lac- the popular style.Jacksonville great prosperity, and behold our Smith's Service Btatlosi. next to

Uons and a possible fractured Hastings-Prices for early Flor great prosperity has gone to the courthouse. and
,when he thrown A railroad ida favored followers of Smoot and Reliability safety
was ,against large Irish potatoes dropped another r
-M4 bar and a window. in the south has been accorded fifty cents over the week-end Grundy. Some of us voted for you Closing of Malls

-' signal distinction as announcedby bringing the price today for No. 1's because thy handmaiden Mabel Sooth

Plant City Work baa started L, D. Palmer secretary com- to $3. O per barrel, with a fairly told the preachers and the preachers to Train No. 107 first. 'class mall due to simple design and ; ,
told that would
week on tearing down theo mltee on' Award of the National active demand, according to the us we go 10:10 a. m. i
hell if we voted for Al Smith. So I Train No. 11, parcel post 10:60:
church at Thomas, and Safety Council through Lyman sales managers of the various
er streets to make ready for Delano executive vice president Hastings distributors. Many buy- we voted for you, and the country a. m. careful construction ''
baa been a h-11 ,()f, a mess ever North
i construction of a new edifice. Atlantis Coast Line railroad com- ers are offering three dollars even Train No. 12, parcel post 2:40:
new building will be upon the pany. Aa a result of the outsand- today although their bids have not since.We
O Hoover
thank -
thee Mighty
ground and will be- started ing safety record made by the Atlantic been accepted, it was stated. Ac-
lOOn as the work of wrecking Coast Line during 1930, that cording to the available informa- for relief thou hast given the ONE OF tine first thing you will notice when you
farmer for thou has relieved them
i old structure la completed. road will receive a handsome tion approximately 67 per cent of of all they had except their debts FLORIDA drive the Ford Is the quick, effective action of Its'
bronze plaque from the National the crop in the immediate section
and a few old clothes. We,thank t
tot Lauderdale Plans for Safety Council. was dug by last Saturday night thee for the reliefsthou hast given four-wheel brake.
tin of a and cold - with 2153 carloads shipped. THEATRE
precooling safe and reliable because
the laboring man for thou hast relieved They are unusually
ge plant at Port Everglades, MIami-Young future farmers of -
him of the necessity of rising GAINESVILLE FLA.
would be financed by foreign Florida last year earned more mon- Belle Glade-Peak movement of early to get to his Job. We they are mechanical Internal expanding, with all ;

tal( to handle produce raised inaction ey than their teachers. The cash beans from the Lake Okeechobee thank thee that thou hast relievedus -- braking surfaces fully enclosed.This prevents mud, FS,

i for shipment to north- Income from pupils' projects in vocational section was expected this week, of the of factory Program week May 8th
markets by steamship with agricultural schools of the but shipments will probably con- whistles and annoyance the Boise of turning water, sand, etc., from getting between the band {i

'lphla as distribution cen- state was $159,725.47: or $36,432.96 .- tinue until June. Twenty-one cars wheels for no whistles are blowing anti drum and interfering with brake action. I
.were outlined here. more than was paid teachersfor were billed from points around TODAY
. and no wheels are turning (ex- Other features of the Ford the
outstanding are
this work from federal state Lake Okeechobee last Saturday
cept those In the heads of those
Hollywood Hollywood's; own, and local funds. This information and the same number was shipped who voted for thee.) "THE SECRET SIX"With Triplex shatterproof glass windshield, four IIou

, diminutive and petite :Miss was revoaled in the display boothat from the lake district on Mondayof We thank thee 0 Mighty Hoover -
still In her early teens, the South Florida fair Total this week. Bountiful made up that thy watchful care of "No- daille double-acting hydraulic shock absorbers,

out In New York In com- enrollment in vocational agricul- about 70 per cent of the shipments.A ble experiment" of prohibition has Wallace; Beery aluminum pistons, torque-tube drive, more than II
against the best tural work during 1930 was $1- few cars of the Round Stringlesswere
women at last; been made effective for If
ta the United states and 981 at 61 schools. billed to southern and middle Mrs. Wlllebrant and the holy farm John Mack Brown anda twenty ball and roller bearings, Rustless Steel*

second place In the low boardAll western markets. Quality the last board were peddling thslr fermentable fine supporting cast reliability, economy, and long life.

Broward county Joins Fort Pierce-Movement of St. week or ten days has been only fair grapejuice for two-bits a barrel Added Chimp Comedy, Act,
You when the Ford and
In Is to.ordinary. The shipping season save you buy you save I
being proud.,of.this Lucl county's! tomato crop expected we couldn't buy a drink. New.
to get under way the latter on the east coast around Pompano Thou annointest our heads with every mile you drive.

'part of the week aud heavy ship- U practically finished. Heavy oil stolen from the government-

Paurna City The American ments should begin going forward rains in that section have drowned oil lands-and we can't buy soap to SATURDAY"Conquering i

iti hlp Commercial Navigator early in May. Indications are that most of the remaining acreage and wash it off because of the Holy
Horde"
">e Bay Harbor from few more lots are expected to
terminal for there will be a good yield approximately Tariff. -

aRo of pulp paper ior,Boston 1.000 acre in the move. Lead us not temptation': Of .WithRichard *]

1'hl4delphla, The S. S. Beat county. Damage to the crop by the high living, lest we b* taken to the Arlen #1
took 900 tons to NeW'-Vork, recent heavy rains that totaled ten Belle Glade-The tomato acre- hospital to be cured of gout, hard Fay (

last Sunday. Arrivals of Inches will not exceed 15 per cent, age in the Lake Okeechobee dis- times and the shadow of like one of Wray _

"00d at the mills here are according to the estimate of Coun- trict this spring probably amounts thy famous supporters. Yea, tho Added Mickey McGuire Comedy .

r 15 to 20 cars per day.. ty'Agent Alfred Warren. Many of to 2,500 acres. This Is considerably we walk through the valley of hard 1

< the fields were not hurt at-all, he heavier than last spring. times and the shadow of starvationwe
ee -The state supreme stated. Heavy: rains over the east coast will fear no nil for thou are brTYKIf
today Upheld the circuit the last ten days did not extend to with us and hath appointed many Monday & Tuesday h

oI Hendry county the cue Hastings- SklUful handlingand this section and as a consequence, commissions to watch over ns. l
lIertJ Wlggtns, convicted of rare presence of mind on the the crop In this area is in fairly Hear us, 0 Mighty Hoover, and Wheeler & Woolsey POR . LOZR . . .T.KrBIBrBBN
liquor to an Indian Stanton Bastings healthy condition. Vines are looking the III (*!
and seD- part of Gordon answer \181! And may squirrels
to $500 tIne or em months aviator, saved him and Joe Mus- good and the prospects are fora nest In our hats if we are ever fool "CRACKED NUTS"Their

ent. The case was ap- Ush commercial: pilot from Jacksonville better than average yield. Qual- enough to follow another Jacklantern latest Comedy riot
OD the grounds the Jury' box from possible serious In- ity is expected: : to be fairly good. labeled "Republican Prosperity Added Cartoon, Comedy

trW Which the fist of Jurors for Jury yesterday when their plane While the first cars have already ," thanking God that Hoover News I BODY TYPES

the 1fas drawn dieS not COD- caught In a wire fence while attempting moved, shipments during' the next Prosperity Is gone and that we
Dumber of week are expected to be rather
names prescrtbbkw take-off from the Good-
a Active movement is expected WEDNESDAY"MY
win field between Federal Point light 43O Co63O Y Yr.
around 5, and peak
tort II and Orange Mills, and nosed into to start May the middleof COFFINS CASKETS PAST
1erw. shipments are expected
Aahby Jones the Stanton cut the motor
bae fa caught more than a thoU; off ground.immediately-preventing possibla the month. The first car from And a> Lull UDe e4 With ( o. .. Detroit plmt /rutgltt sail Jdle ry. Dumpers mint 4r
of the district Belie Daniels and Ben
southern
during 40"ears of Saba4 and neither occupant of the part tote Ton lord
the fire, [moved from South Bay Mondayand Undertaken' Supplies i fart sire extra c." em iwrefeue a on
Calooaehatchee
bad six river the plane was Injured. was reported sold at $4-83: for AUTOMOBILE: : HEARSE Lyon .eoeosaka1 ..... iIwu,.It ,&. AwAorfxe4 :Tor* FUance
l11Yer"I more of
ga to his credit. Marlon-county farmers fancy and $3.35 for choice. Ac- Alwm N u..* Tfc* ..... Plant of eke ffrUverMl Cradle Coatfrnny.)
"afl boat Jones landed Using Ocala- for- meat thIII cording to buyers and shippers who ..vvk mt tk. .-... ....... Com. Thurs. & FrI.
he reat sIX will Dot go lacking have visited the east coast sections, __... mt1ntlm <. .....ra.*
of Single catch ID his summer. A total of 223.000 poundsof Ft. Laud ...JanaZOU'iTLD HORN"With 'PP
angling. the tomato crop in the "TRADER
Marion
One in
bftt'A wetped hog meat produced erdale and* Homestead areas has Laaatl.LtsDEWII'IT ..
ibt.the heaviest caught county baa been cured in the cold recent
a' The storage plant of' the West Coast been seriously injured by from the C. JONES Harry Carey and
do WI!. to pounddss."Tbe the put heavy rains. Shipments
40 Ice company. In Ocala last week amounted to eraalA p60SZDA Edwina Booth
stats
entire
.._ -- that
1rlQch. fall'sad winter. This means boat
Including
less than 75 cars
; cucumber sea. some 2100 hogs were killed and

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I FOUR BBADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STABKB. FLORIDA JPItlDAT. Digp .
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would be a great comfort to those election and if adopted It will Owners of the new Industry have I the meeting was adjourned until her niece Mrs. George Livingston A lifelong member of the

who attend during the summer. ,A eliminate the offices of Justices of some of the latest equipment and the next regular meeting to be held when her autmobile turned -over church he set by hlg aternnc
out to equal I the first Monday In June 1931. several times on a curve. The )x>dy aa example for those
flower committee was appointed the peace and constables throughout will turn a product Who
(ftci&( and will pin flowers on everyone the state, and will save the tax that now being supplied by trucks G. W. Alderman.Clerk' was taken to Jacksonville Tuesday him best. to follow.

next Sunday morning as they enter payers of the state thousands of from nearby cities.. The Business night. The burial was In the West Contract a if
awarded Tstruction
the church.. dollars. Men's Club interested Messrs. King HARVEY BESTS ROWE, WHILE Evergreen cemetery Wednesday Co. of toM ,
and Robinson in the proposition to, morning. Rev. Douglas B. Leath- Lakeland
Senator Johns Is observing his PEADON OUTCLASSES BECK Ing highway No.
t METHODIST MISSIONARY MEASURING PARTY and the club erbury'conducted the services. 33: from
a. bakery ogre Crc
promises to the voters of his district open vllle to Shady
I CIRCLES ENTERTAINED TO BE GIVEN Funeral arrangements were In Grove at bid
to make this an economy session asks united support from the. buying Gainesville. May 5.-A fair sized of $122,635.:
6 legislature far public of the county.'COMMISSIONERS crowd despite the inclement weather charge of Moulton and Kyle.
of the as as
The Noble White Circle met at Circles No. 2 and No.. 3 of the e, Macclenny Work
first class card at the pro
within his considering saw a
It lies
power
the home of Mr. and Mr. E. 8. Baptist W. M. S. will entertain the on Woman's Club building.
will ben City Club's arena last night when PROMINENT LAKE BUTLER
Matthews with Miss Amelia Ray ladles of the Baptist church and only such measures as MEET Palmetto New talking,
hostesses. eflt taxpayers without adding to "Black Horse" Harvey now of this MAN LAID TO REST theatre
.and Mrs. :Matthews as joint congregation with a measuring opened for buaineni,
} The rooms were prettily party. Friday afternoon May 15th their present burden. New bills The board'"of county commissioners city took the measure of Vernon Hialeah Everglade TIre'
additional offices are not Rowe of Lawtey for two rounds, Dr. William H. Lee for twenty- I *
creating
decorated In a profusion of lovely at 3:30: o'clock at the home of Mrs. of Bradford county FlorIda pany. 104 N. 78th street, ,
I flowers. W. J. Epperson. securing his support and he is In met In regular session Monday and forced the Lawtey boxer's sec- five years a prominent dentist of for business.

); The leader .)11'.. Middleton presided favor of abolishing any office that May 4lh. 1931. with all members onds to throw In the towel In the Lake Butler who passed away last Pensacola $100,000

IjY over a short business meeting CIRCLES OF TIlE BAPTISTW. is a needless drain on the present as follows: J. L. Under third round claiming their man Wednesday was laid to rest Friday casino being built at P_

+ and also led In the devotion, M. S. TO MEET ers' pocketbook. taxpay-I bill chairman; J. G. Crews, O. W. had Injured ribs. afternoon In'the Lake Butler cem- beach on Inland.

K' I r which was followed with prayer by Before returning to his Hlnson R. T. Osteen and :J. M. Ros Harvey showed Increased speed< etery after Impressive ceremonies West Palm Beach Poet
01
the capital: Monday'Senator Johns and hitting ability and proved that at which three ministers, the McDonald department
Mrs. Jones. Mrs. H. 11. Snyder The circles of the Baptist W. M. II ier.The I accepted site ou 1
gave the Mission Study and Mrs. S. will'meet Monday afternoon at stated ,it was his desire that his minutes of last meeting were he Is a real comer.In I' Rev.. Proctor and .Rev. ler Drive between Third

I Halle read an article "The Forgotten 8:30: o'clock In following homes: constituents advise and consult read and'adopted.Mrs. the first round Harvey had Martin officiated. Fourth streets as site for newt,
i Women." During the social Circle No. 1 with Mrs.! W. L. with him at any time with refer- J.'Griffin appeared be- the. slight edge on Rowe and in Dr. Lee, was born in Melrose and office building. '

N hour Mrs. Adklns sang "The Wall; leader Mrs. J. M. Brown- ence to legislative matters "as It fore the board and asked for widows the second round handed the Law- attended school at Gainesville later Wauchula :J. W. Eat|

World is Waiting for the Sunrise."i lee. Is my desire and purpose to'repre- partial exemption. Under the tey boy a boxing lesson to the extent entering his chosen profession at Co., moved into newly remodj

) The hostesses served delicious Circle No. 2, with O. C. Bryant; sent the views of my people at aDtime. r law same could not be allowed. A that there was no further Lake Butler after finishing his collegiate and larger quarters In Peace ftl

Ice cream and wafers to their leader, Mrs. A. M..Darby. .." reduction of $280.00 In the 1930 fight In the Lawtey boxer. education. Hotel building.

guests who were: Mrs. W. E. Mid- Circle No., 3, with Mrs. W. J. -- --- valuation on he "home place was Fast Seml-Flnal He was a Christian gentleman,
allowed ., The semi-final stole the show devoted to his family and leaves a
,
dleton, Mrs. A: Z. Adklns Mrs. Epperson; leader, Mrs. G. W Al- DEATH OF R. N. DOWLING
Leroy Roane of New Orleans, La., derman. By motion and unanimous vote and brought more" applause from host of sorrowing friends to mourn
the property of any widow who Is the crowd than other bout his untimely passing at the height w
Mrs. J. A. Saul Mrs. W O. HaUe ---------- Robert Nelson Dowling, 83, died any ATLAS
Mrs. T. J. Griffin Mra. W. F. Jones, WOMAN'S CLUB MEETS not entitled: the widow's exemp- held in this city. Battling Peadonof of his career.
Friday. May 1st. 1931, at 1:30: a. He Is survived wife and two
Is to be backon by a
tion under the law put
WEDNESDAY Tallahassee, a met
ring veteran
Mrs. H. ]M. Snyder Mrs. E. S. :Matthews
{ at his home
m., on Lafayette children 11 and 13.KRUSE'S .
tax books. Jean James
the
Tom Beck of and for
v Misses Amelia and Olive Lawtey eight
after brief Illness.He
street a The
Standard
Ray. Mrs. J. W. White and Mrs Regular monthly meeting of the was born In Buford S. C., Hon. N. D. Wainwright, Brad- rounds both men put up a real exhibition Oil
tr S. S. Dowltne". Woman' Club will be held at the ford county Representative to the of'the "manly" art. It
Sept. 10. 1841. and came to Florida before Tire Guaranteed]
The Harriet Peek Circle met at clubhouse next Wednesday afternoon at the of with his state legislature appeared was nip and tuck for six rounds, -
age seven years
bill
the home of Dr. and Mrs.1 W: B. 3:30 o'clock. Hostesses, parents. He enlisted with the Confederate -, the board and explained a I and only by extending himself in One YearN
Parks with Mrs. W. B. Parks and Mrs. S. L Peek. Mrs. O. M. Toman forces and served until which Is now before the legislature the last two rounds,, was Peadon he
ll to Increase the of county com- ,
Mrs.' Wood hostesses.! Roses sweet Mrs. L. Wyman Mrs. Ed. Burns, the close of the : pay able to win the decision which wasa q
peas, and larkspur were used In Mrs. J. L. Peek. Miss Carrie Ug- Mr. Dowllng war.united with the I missioners.vote the By motion commissioners and unanimous of- popular one with the crowd. '. .+..".+<

$ decorations. Mrs. Arthur Wood low. In the first preliminary "Dyna- will theirCOLD
Church of Jesus Christ of Latter- Bradford county requested that the open
r the leader presided. Mrs. A. W. mite" Morgan working his to :
Day-Saints In the year of 1896, and senator and representative from way, 9
l Anderson led the devotional. The the top again put a fight Frigidairethe
up game
VISITORS HONORED was a faithful member until his this district oppose said bill be-
,g mission study was given by Mrs. death. for four rounds against Billy Hood PACK
He was a devoted husbandand cause It would bring about an In-
Prescott and Mrs. Wood of Tallahassee. Hood had
read the
-
an Judge and Mrs. A. Z. ,Adklns entertained father, a kind neighbor and a crease in taxes. STRAWBERRYPLANT three \
article on Protestantism In Cath- light his the entire year guar.
members of their bridge friend to allTe has many friends Mr. Louis H.: HU1 appeared be- way during

0110 countries. club Tuesday evening at their homeIn and relatives who will mourn his fore the board tnd offered to makea four rounds, but Morgan who was anted electric ref
) The hostesses served Ice cream outweighed at least ten pounds, ]
k honor of Mr. and Mrs. L. I* death. map of the'county; showing all
and wafers to the following guests: He lands which sixes have not beenpaid'and Fought gamely through and won
Roane of New Orleans La. was first married to Miss on erator
Mr. N. T. Mrs. J. H. the of i tthe crowd. on Friday at the old
Rltch. Hood
Retch approval
The lower floor of the home was Caroline Wester,1; and to this uplon to assist the sheriff in locating
,k Mrs.,Carl Johns Mrs. A. W. Red- showed himself clever boxer.
+3 there such Hinds air*'determine
ensuite and born and three
open attractively dec- were one son '
cotton 9:30
grave; Mrs. Sam Anderson, Mrs. A. : gin at a.
orated for this delightful affair daughters of which only '''one whether or "they are being
t W. Anderson, Mrs. J. F. Colley with quantities of lovely garden daughter survives. After the worked for! timber or veneering MRS. SUSAN VOORHEESMrs. For sale bySmith's
:Mrs. L. S. Hutto. Mrs. L. Prescott death locks, or In"any other manner m.
flowers, roses, sweet peas larkspurand of his wife he was marriedto
Mr. Wood and Mrs. Parka..S snapdragon. Miss Louvenla Ogden, Oct. 6, worked and destroyed. By motion Susan Voochees. BO, for seven '

..S Several progressions of the game 1886, and Is survived by his widow, and unanimous vote Mr. Hill's years 'nurse at the American Service

CELEBRATES SIXTH were enjoyed, at the conclusion of Mrs.. Louvenla Dowllng one son proposition was accepted.By Agricultural Chemical Company at

BIRTHDAY which scores were added and prizes and four daughters: Mr. E. J. motion and unanimous votethe Pierce, was fatally Injured Monday 100 Women and Girls

awarded the winners. High scores Dowllng, Plant City; Mrs. Annie proposition of Mr. R. L. Battonfor when her automobile overturned on

$ Little Sara Barefoot was the were made by :Miss Florence Matthews Johns, Jacksonville; Mrs. T. D. the purchase of certificate on the Hopewell-Tampa highway Her wanted for clean StationStarke
land in section 25 7 S. skull fractured.
honoree at a party given Wednesday : and Mr. J. C. Robinson. The Dyal Brooker; Mrs. V. M. Nut- Township was
afternoon by her parents, Mr. honor guests were each presented tall Starke, and Mrs. Chas. G. Lat- R. 22 east was accepted. Mrs. Voorhees _was returning work Fla.
There being no further business from Tampa where she had visited
,
and Mrs. P. M. Barefoot, In cele- gifts. ham Jacksonville He is also survived '

bration of her sixth birthday anni- A tempting salad courso was by one brother, Mr. J.. B.

versary. Pink poppies and roses, served the players at the close of Dowllng, Lake Butler, and by 25

arranged in baskets and bowls the evening by the hostess, assisted grandchildren and fourteen great
STEAM PRESSING COMPANY
were used as decorations for this by her daughter Mias Hazel Ad- grand-children. t MOTHERS DAY

.affair. ,kins. Active pallbearers were his : I Ii SUITS CLEANED, PRESSED AND RESHAPED
__
Y The guests enjoyed many Interesting "" m grandsons, R. B. Johns R. O. .yo J. Frank Thoman-Phone 52CARL'S

games on the lawn during RELIEF OF TAXPAYERS GOAL Johns, J. P. Roberts L. H. Dukes, + Givc i Mother I JLDagRiW Stockings!
i the afternoon. .Mrs. Barefoot Leo Af.&ysd ,and.Uoyd-I Dyal.
''' SENATOR': IE. I .
.OE:; :. M. JOHNS ,
,,
Assisted In entertaining' the little Funeral services .were beld at the On "
'' that sweetly sentimental' day remember Mother
,
tot by her daughter Juanlta, and (Continued from page 1.) home Saturday morning, :May 2nd, CASH CORNERIn
Edna Pearoe. The little honoree conducted by Elder Dean 'with fclft the can wear, Gold Stripe slllc stodcingslMothc'5

,.t, received many lovely gifts. Senate Bill No. 237, a bill to be The speakers were Pres. Chas. \ 5 prefers ce or sheer-service weights, end ,

Late In the afternoon dainty refreshments 730 entitled of the an Revised act to amend General Section Statutes A. Calls>> of AUanta, Ga., and Elder she'll simply love the new colon I *" .. S. R. Johns Building-Opposite Depot

were served. Favors Jack Blackwelder of Lulu. The
, were baskets filled with andy. of Florida" A. D. 1920, relating music was rendered by Mrs. Chase $1.00 anil.5o. Phone 45 Starke, Fla. We DeliverSPECIALS
to the'duty of Clerk of Circuit .
Those enjoying this affair were:: Mrs. Brimhall and Mrs. Henry '
r Court and the Comptroller of the Chase of Jacksonville, and Mr. -., ,!he pajf'
Jfeleq and Doris Kruse O. L.
: |
tate of Florida'.s to'redemption '
Powell of Starke who FOR FRIDAY SAT'JRDAYANDMQPAY
llaynes, Jr., Joan Dobrow George softly sang -
of
land sold for taxes, and the distribution -
_; and Ruth Powell. Hazel Fields the hymns, Come, Come Te Saints ,
Mary Alice and Fay Yarbrough of moneys, both prlncl- Sometime, Somewhere The Old -
and received
pal Interest by rea
I'' Garrinta Hutto, Enos and Betty of Rugged Cross and O. My Father. -
Hayes, Ida Lulu and Mar jorli TD4"Vis Boa such: redemption The interment took place at the
This bin, U enacted into law, will 1 MAY -
under the direction
L Hampton cemetery -
; Geo. Flynn. Jr., Patsy Ruth
and Billy Wainwright Betty Mc- require the state to refund to the of DeWitt C. Jones, funeral. We wish to announce to the public that we have gone
counties all interest tax certlfl
Rae, Freddie Wlmberly, Mack on director. toi'it entire made a I
stock
ates. Under the present law and over our of Groceries and have
S
Futch Comer Ferryman Maurice the ruling of the supreme court of NEW BAKERY TO OPEN great reduction in the prices. Come in and compareour I
Edwards Jr. Freeman
Register, ,
,Sam Anderson Jr., Joyce and C. B. the state of Florida the Interest prices before making your purchases. Below we I

.Hayes, Wanda Pearce and Rivers on tax certificates go to the state Workmen are engaged in remod- ; .. are listing a few of the have to offer
f ; : many bargains we
Store :
P' 'Hundley. and the state has been receiving eling the building,two doors west : Department

_ S ..1 the interest on county taxes. The of Mitchell's Drug Store for a model

y :MRS. HAYNES HOSTESS purpose of this bill Is to give back bakery, Messrs. Albert King andJ. i Next Door to the Post office.N
TO C. D. C.v" to the several counties the Interest E. Robinson of Ocala moving In .3. large or 6 small Carnation Milk.____ 18

_ on state tax certificates.An their equipment this week and STARKE, FLORIDAEVANSiROODJSXORES with "
act releasing owners of motor planning to be In readiness for baking
p .the Mrs.W. O.T. L.Weeks Haynes Chapter entertained of them vehicles from responsibility for bread within the next few days. .,.,.,-..,.-.... -. .... ....... Ln... .. "PO' ..... 0 1 pint Jar Shefford'a Mayonnaise _____ Sic

U. D. C. at her home on Wednesday Injuries to passengers therein has '

t F afternoon. Baskets and bowls been passed by the senate .unani Total ________________________ 5k'
A, of gladioli and roses were used mously and has received a-favorable Suit mama aauwuu muMuaua. . . ttimaauaii' mmm iwwiS, KS3'
In decorations. report by the Judiciary Com-

Mrs. Darby presided over the mittee of the house. This bill. provides / pound Maxwell House Coffee- _______ 25c

,business, meeting. A report was as follows: with
,given by the chairmen of the "No person transported the 1-4 pound Banquet Tea 25c
cemetery __:__-__________
committee, :Miss Amelia Ray. owner or operator of a motor ve- STORKS AU.i OVIIR FLORIDA ; -
d U.... Powell chapter Historian licit as his guest without payment

? ;gave report of.her work. for such transportation shall haves Total _________________________ SOc

lire, Darby appointed commit.tee .cause of action' for' damages FRIDAY, SATURDAY, MONDAY, MAY 8.9 ,11

consisting of Mrs. O..L. Beas- against such owner or operator for 4. No. :,z-:. cans Argo'Sliced Yellow Cling
'ley, Mrs. A. Z. AcIkIn Miss Ethel Injury death or.loss, In case of accident. I \I" '
'Griffin and Mrs. W. E, Torode to unites web accident shall Fancy Dry Salt PlateBACONFineforBoiliiiepound. ; Peaches w .. _ ___________________ 1

jtf ... after the refreshments for the. have been intentional on the part No. 2 cans"Silver Nip Grapefruit Juice _-- if C:

j ;'annual plcnJo In June. of said owner or operator or caused ; .- - 12c 2 pound Package Del"-Monte Prunes*;.._____ 184
lP r Tae hostess assisted by her by his heedlessness or his reckless c
tfauffater, served delicious chicken disregard of the rights of others. Best White Bacon,per pound __,..---------- *{

"ky, .calad and Ice tea. The guests "This act shall not relieve a public CHEESE -cr"SJJ sconf? Per pound - "'"! 18c BACON PLATED per pound'-_-..: ----- If

e4 wen: Mrs. A. ]M.I Darby Mrs. 8. L. carrier or any owner or operator / SMOKED BACON per pound ______::---- 20e
Peek Mrs. W. L. Wall :Mrs. 'J. E. of a motor vehicle while the same .:
8 Longhorn full cream CHEESE pound____ ifc
Wilson Mrs. L. H. Hill. Mrs. W. E.Toted. Is being demonstrated to a prospective FANCY.MAINE <. #
., Mrs. E. K. Ferryman Mrs. purchaser of responsibility PURE CREAMERY BUTTER, pound _

L. O. Powell. :Mrs. ''W. G. Halle for any Injuries sustained by a passenger POTATOES while they .]last 10 pounds - - 23c Wilson's Certified Sugar Cured Hams, lb. 2te

Misses Olive and Amelia, Ray and being transported by such 24 pounds, Pillsbury's Best Flour ______ **
Miss Martha Frlpp of Columbia, public carrier or by such owner or :-
.8. C operator. SLICED BACON Per 25c 12 'pounds, Pillsburu's Best Flour ------- *'.e
pound - - - - '
This bill Is for the protection of 24 pounds Self-rising Flour __ __- .----___ 6iC
f l;' CHRISTIAN ENDEAVOR the automobile owners or operators .
IN BUSINESS SESSION against damage suits by parties 12 pounds Self-rising Flour ?__"' ----::- 35ne
Touraine Coff re - SOc-Jello 3 Packages - 25c CERTO **
r riding with them as their - - - ----------- ------

On Monday evening the Christian guests and this bill also has the BANANAS, pound _ _ _-__-_______ Jf
Endeavor Society of the Presbyterian approval of the automobile owners Daisy Brand Pure Crermery .. ..' Hot Pickles and Peppers quart Jars _
----- ;
E church met with Miss Lucille and drivers of Florida. .
Mitchell. BUTTER Pint Jars, Screw Tops, dozen ...-
Senator Johns also Introduced pond 27c -------- ;
: - -
At this time plans were made I the proposed Joint resoluUon, as per Quart Jars, Screw Tops, dozen: -----_ $
for a social gathering to be held follows "A : $1,30
: Joint resolution proposing 1-2 Gallon Screw Top dozen

soon. This will be announced- Sunday an amendment to sections Wolsorb Toilet 4]large rolls 19c Pint Jars ,glass top ------__- $1.
evening. ,
y. 21. 22 and 23. of Article D of the piper, -----------

,t The society baa been hard at Constitution of the state of FlorIda Quart Jars, glass top --------$1.20

work as evidenced by the different relating to Justices of peace .Carnation, Pet, Tall Cans 3 for 2Sc6for25c Jelly Glasses, dozen -- 15c
lIft1ILK ------ --
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commlteta reports. courts and to constables." Camp's Small Size 3
Van Jar
Tops, dozen'M ,
y1 A committee was appointed to If this proposed Joint resolutionis ? __.._-rl--:

'put screens on the church. This is passed at this session by the legislature "COURT" )US SERVICE ALWAYS" '
,
4ND
a new venture in', SUrke but It it will go before 'voters FRUITS: PRODUCE'DAILYPAGB

"1 eras! unaalmosuly decided that It for ratification In 1932 general






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liAp & 1931 OOUNTT TELEGRAm.!: 8TARKB. FLORIDA PAGE FIVB
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spend the week-end In Fernandlna

r with Mr. Davis' mother and slater.Mr .
May Specialsat *. Mary AI Davis and Mrs JohnR.

Bits of Hardee.Mr. Specials May 8th & 9thBEST


and Met 3. E. Robinson and
family and Mr. ''and Mr. Albert
local Nev Keen and family1" 6f Ocala bay GRADE CREAMERY

moved to Starke and will open a
Sternberg's bakery here. ,rte *.
CLEARBROOK BUTTER Pound 28c
Concerning Our Poop, Business and ; - - - -

Progrttt of the County and Town. Mr. and Mrs Lloyd Ferryman __n__ ___L __"
returned to their home In Atlanta, Poppy'sGrapefruit Compound Pure CaneSUGAR

Ga., Monday after spending some
.
FuU Fashioned Hose, all gsavvcas QQQQQ- ------ Urn* hero with Mr.and Mrs.. I*' A.
Juice LARD
WEATHER REPORT Mr. and Mrs. Louis Xahr and:I Davis.
'
colors Mrs. Sam Anderson motored tc p'
Compiled by Starke branch U. Jacksonville Sunday afternoon. Mr. O. C. Johnson left Thursdayfor
S. Forestry Department his home In Amcricua. Ga., after No.2can15cBEST Poundl lc pounds49c l
a visit here with his son-in-law
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hoover and:I
19c Week ending May 6, 1931. ------- --
and daughter, Mr. and Mrs R. F.I
Don Hoover visitors
were in Jacksonville -
Date Max., Min. Precip. Sunday.Mr. Demorest.Mr. GRADESALT '

Apr. 30 88 85 and Mrs I* M. DeSha and I BACON 2Pounds25c-III f
Mayl 8868 E. M. Davis and Mr. San) little daughter. Marjorie of Wild, -

two-piece dresses,, May 2 83 68. .80 Anderson were visitors in Jacksonville ,-, wood, were visiting Mrs. DeSha'a .
Ladies May 3 84 62 .37 Tuesday afternoon.Mr. parents Mr. and Mra. Wm. H.
solid color linen, very May 4. 83 65 1.14 Struth'Monday No. 2 Can La Touraine Target Brand

stylish May 5 84 64 .10 and Mra. W. P. Smith mad

May 6 85 64 .2( a business trip to Lake City Tues Mr. and Mr. Lauria Edwards CORN2for18c COFFEEPoundcan Corn Beef
day. and little daughter, Fredrtka of ,

'$1 Total rainfall for week 2.051n.: Jacksonville, spent Sunday with!
Mrs. N. D. Bumgarner and Mra Mrs. Edwards' parents, Mr. and
H. V. May of Hampton spent t Mrs. Wm. H.. Struth.. - 28c 2 cans - - 35c
R. T. Osteen of Brooker was a
Thursday in Jacksonville.Mr. _ ___._ _____ _
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visitor to Starke Monday.Ed Mr. and Mrs' R. J. Davis and .-. _

W. A. Colley of AmsterdamGa. daughter., Mr: and Mra. D. A.MonUeth --
Men's Straw Hats, regular -: Burnaed'of Jacksonville was ., spent the weekend bere with t and Ralph Rhodes motor II Pancake Flour - - - 2 for 25c II 'I'Pillsbury's '

$2 value a visitor to Starke Monday. his family. ed to Jacksonville Sunday after

noon. Have pancakes for breakfast tomorrow-make the best with Pillsbury's I
Easter Lilies for Mother's Day; Mr.' and Mrs. Orrie Wiggins and:I ---
$1 for sale by Chas: Overatreet, Miss Gussle Mae Bennett spent t Mrs. G. M. Inman accompanied
Sunday afternoon in Jacksonville, by Miss Amy and Ethel Moore, Best Foods Best Good Grade

J. M.' Rosier of Lawtey was at motored to Trenton Monday and

tending to business matters in Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Harward and:I were guests of' Trenton. Grove- No.' NUeOAPound17c Grits Meal RICE5Pounds2Oc
Stark e Monday. Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Wynn were visitors -' 300. or
in Jacksonville Sunday.

SILK DRESSESNew Judge A. V. Long of Gainesville, Mr. W. J. 'Epperson and Mr 8 20c'a '
styles on the racks, was among the visitors to Starke CoL and Mrs. D. E. Knight apent George Anderson spent Sunday i In pounds - "'

Wednesday afternoon.O. Wednesday in Jacksonville. Col Jacksonville. They were accompanied 1sN0.
No two alike Knight attended court there. home by-.Mrs.!!,Epperson who ----- tl''

W., Balsden of Jacksonville, I bad been visiting: relatives. 2 CANS MARYLAND PACKED > \

was visiting his brother, W. W. Miss Amy,:Moore spent Sunday > II
$4.85 I
Baisden the,first of the week. in Jacksonville with her sisters I, Mrs. A.,H. Green left Sunday for FANCY TOMATOES 4 cans - - - 25c. ,
Mrs. M. H. Lang and Mrs. R. I B' a visit with ben sister and brother-
.
Alvarez. and'Mre. D. C. Lemon -- -
Easter Lilies for Mother's Day tn-law, Mr. ,
for sale by Chas. Overstreet, Eustis. She will also visit relatives Rose-Dale Van Camp's Gibb's
Miss Leah'Struth returned home In DeLand and Miami before returning !

T.Lang Sunday from Wildwood, where she home.
RAYON FLAT CREPE Pa.Mr., Is visiting at the home of Mr. has been visiting her sister, Mr Pineapple I MILK Pork and Beans

AU colors Wonderful and Mrs. L. V. Moore this week. L. M. DeSha. The Starke degree team will be


quality Mr. Walter C. Carroll of Val- Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Matthews, guests Grove Wednesday No. & evening of Jacksonville of Magnolia , Largecan---19c !4 large cans 29c 4 Cans - - 25c r.

doata, Ga., was guest Saturday of/ Miss Florence Matthews and Dr. and will demonstrate the floor

95c Mi' and Mrs. L. V. Moore. H. M. McLendon were visitors i In work for district convention which, _. _._ ,
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Jacksonville Sunday. will be held there.

Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Shiver of -
Jennings, arrived Saturday for a Mrs. O. L. Beasley, Mrs. J. M. Mrs. George Livingston and Mr. M

visit with her parents. Mitchell, Mra. E. S. Matthews, Mrs.J. and Mrs Frank Carter of Tampa, M r srrnlIF ,a
r. L. Peek and Mrs. T. B. Massle stopped in Starke Tuesday on their

Children's Black and Mr.'and Mrs. S. T, Dell and family spent Tuesday In Jacksonville. way to Jacksonville to attend the
funeral of Mrs. Livingston's aunt,
White Sport OxfordsL95 with of Mr.Gainesville and Mrs. W.spent L. Wall.Sunday Mrs. D. T. Clarke returned to her Mrs. Susan Voorhees.'. t "Where Satisfaction I. a Certainty" tksr

I tome in Miami Friday after a visit 4 t -

: Rep. N.Wainwright spent the here with her parents, Mr. and Mr. and Mrs: J. M. Brownlee, h

$1 veek-end 'with his family. He re- )141'.. N. D. Wainwright. Mrs S. "E.'Bi*wnle. and slater, _un
Mra. C. C-: Cross', Mr. and Mrs. H.
urned to Tallahassee Monday.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. R. K. Fox and L. Brownlee visited Mr. and Mrs Mr. Sullivan's mother, Mra. Josephine 1 Full Ovenbte Balloons

.. and Mrs.' C.McHugh of daughter Arlyne and Mrs. Stella+ J. S. Butch at the. state farm Sunday Sullivan of Hampton Sunday; ,

Hastings were guests of Mr. and Wiggins of Macon, are guests of afternoon. afternoon.Mrs. 1'el
Mrs. W. G. Halle Sunday.Mr. Mr. and Mra. G. H. Bennett. David Jones and Mr. Raleigh I 29..0 ______ "1.98
!Men's Shirts and Shorts There will be a meeting of the
Brannen of Hampton were
The new underwear W. M. Wainwright and Jaa. Mrs. Q. H. Bennett Mrs. Stella Woodmen Circle Tuesday night, business visitors to Thereasa Fri
Richard Wainwright returned Sunday Wiggins, Mr. and Mra. R. F. Pond May 12th In the W. O. W. hall. All 10".50 ____ $5.09

from Palm Beach and Miami. Arlyne Fox spent Wednesday; members are urged to be present day.Mlsa Theo Bush of Lovett, Is
29c l In Jacksonville. aa there will be special business to
come visiting her sister, Mrs. W.M. Phil 29-3.00 ______ '8.88
---- - up.Frank
Senator E. M. Johns came home lips.
from Tallahassee. for the !(e9t- Mrs. Jeff Johns spent the weekend .J Mr. W. M_Phillips of Fort Pierce
II her son oo l Rhoden returned Tuesday
'vrLADIES' end. In Baldwin, with visited his family here Sunday. 30-11.23 ______ ,a.80
daughter.In-law, Mr, and Mrs from several days business visit to Messrs. F. B., Sidney and JameaTrleat
Freeman Johns. Starke and while there had ample
returned were visitors to Starke Mon-
Miss Loiselle Turner
opportunity to look into the strawberry t
PANAMASThe Friday from Cedar Key after states
situation. Mr. Rhoden
day.Mrs.
latest craze spending a week with friends. Mrs.at Alice central Langford is spepding night operator her that it la his intention to plant a Susie Hardee and son. Henry fl
Mrs
returned Wednesday.
berry himself next season and T time
summer vacation with her son crop wqua ity
called to the bedside,
Dale Vansickle of Gaines- Hardee was
Mrs. Butler. he.strongly advocates: Baker county
$2.95BARONET ville, spent Tuesday with her parents Morris Langford. of Lake putting out *x sufficient acreageto of her husband who Is seriously ill dtt IvRch I Dig Oversize Cords I I

Mr, and Mrs. W. J. Epperson.CENT and Mrs. R. A. Thomas and make car shipments and bring at their home In Jaiper. Mr. liar (
Mr.
friends In Tbereaaa,
dee has
many
moved here from Pa- the buyer. to our local platform.-
family have who hope he will soon recover. e
latka and will make Starke their Macclenny Press. Mrs 803 1.:& 0.8. _."4.48
A Mra. Ed. Sullivan Is visiting
WORD ome. W. O. Hodges arrived back Susie Hardy of Jasper.Mr. .
where he was in and Mra. Clyde Hall were Lifetime
SATIN entertained I home last Friday SOd 1-2 reg $4.8910PLYTHUCKT1RE3
Davis-!
Mrs. L. A. .
COLUMN the berry deal following the easing visitors to Starke Monday.LAWTST
AU colors for slips members of the Madison street; From
up of shipments from here. Guaranteed
HUeeS for Garden club at her home Tburadayafternoon. ; of the Mr. .
FOR SALE-Easter the standpoint grower
49c Mother's Day. Chas. Overstreet, Hodges aald, it'was a good deal. I ( [
Starke. 1t- While there arestill plenty of berries iWi

Mrs.,J. E. Corpenine and little t up there other sections have ...... 10 ply Truck,size i39x8$20.75
L'Etta spent Sunday at; .f. BL. R. w OF.
FOR! SALE! >... Refrigerator $6; daughter and cut in on that section principally I y
electrlo oc fan. $5: ; bed and Hugh wltW her parents, Mr. North Carolina which U now comIng s
springs, $6; gasoline engine $15; Mrs. T. A. Brinson.Representative in strong, Mr. Hodges sald.- Mesdames J. II :Moore and W.H. . e eeSepertor Tabes also low priced

LADIES violin $:S. A. E. Dunham. .It* i .Wain-. Plant City Courier.. Edwards were shopping in to sumy highpriced Backed by Friendly
SHOESThe N. D /, Jacksonville Tuesday. Urea. ValM Year 'Round 9.rsc.B .

biggest assortmentwe FOR RENT-Store with living !wright spent the week-end at Mr. and ).Ir.. J. J. McLeod of possible a-.... Good- 1..) cleaned, straight' ';

we have ever had at' rooms on second floor, Walnut !home,,.returning to TallahasseeMonday. THERESSA Melrose were greeting their many year hsOUst MILLIONS _... Other Urea) ....fteIL "
street, near depot Cheap rent. friends here last week. MORB tin than aay Careful wraUng. Them
J. L. FMuwe. It* Mrs. A. L Hulllvan. Miss Jessie Meade visited her other coatpear. You s
Apply wsUh tires to see
of Hagers-- we year
$1.95WORK :Miss Arita Snyder sisters In Hampton Sunday. profit by Goodyear all the extra ,
LOST:-Bay mar, weighing about town Md.: arrived Wednesday for. M/rumps' and little Mrs. E.. B. Burney spent Sunday .oaeale. when ,.. trwbtefrM that you. get muse Goodyear -

I fro pounds. Heavy mane and a visit of several weeks with Mr daughter Mrs. Doris, and Miss MUdred In Jacksonville with her parents,, toy ...... New to th. balld late them.Register's .
tail lean condition. Reward. U. H. M. Snyder.Mr. returned Saturday after a Elder and Mra. H. V. Skipper. **. to tt fount, V
Thompson, Lawtey. B-8-2f Phillips The many friends of Rev. and .
and week's visit with Mrs Phillip parents
1.' RoaDe
Mrs-.L
and Mrs. Jamlaon, former residents of/
SHOES FOR BALK-Cheap if sold at once. littto eon, Leroy. Jr., of New Orleans at Gordon Lovett.Weest of Hampton Lawtey are rejoicing with them lathe Garage

Try 9x0 waterproof umbrella tent La., are the guests of Judge Mr. of his cousin arrival of a son, born April 30. !
a pair of Peter's'Work was the guest Sunday
cots, A. Z. Adkins. Plant
with canvas floor two army and Mrs. Moor Mra. Perry ,Browning of

Shoes-Sale,price, folding table. J.'IL Lord, Madison and Miss Howard Toreza Bennett of Starke, City I* visiting her .1.terlIr.. H. Starke, Florida
Durden
C.
and Bay streets It Mr. and Mrs. A Mrs. C. Sullivan R. Sapp for several days The many
Mr. an*),fn. C. C. Hope of Tampa visited her sister. friends of :Mr. Browning a former

$1.98 WANT LABOR If you need! are guest of Mr. and Mrs. aL. Saturday. David evening.Mr. Moore left Monday for resident of Lawtey for many yean EIGUT CANDIDATES Eberbardt. Tallahassee; Tons A.
good aU-round. colored farmhandS ; Beasley. will regret to hear of his death GOVERNOR
D. P., New York City for a visit of several FOR Hathaway Jacksonville: ; Franklin
mechanics, see
or which occurred last Thursday night ,
Tunum Starke. Satisfaction MrS. J. M. Mitchell, Mrs. W. Eflddleton weeks. On hU way north he O. King. Orlando; :u.,.. Lewis
In Plant City. :
Z-Seeka
will'laIt Washington and otherpoints Wakulla Springs, May
guaranteed. Mlsa Madge Mlddletonand Mr. Green Teston spent the Marianna; and John 'S. Taylor.'
: of Interest.Mr. of honors In Florida's
Mlddleton spent pollticial
,,Come in Miss Hazel week-end in Jacksonville with his Largo.
Y.
and hear the studio and frl. D. W. Moore were
MAY PIANO SALE-New Friday In Jacksonville.: daughter. 1032 election fulfilled tradition The announcements were, made
westinghouse Radio pianos $295.00 One new Baby shopping in Starke Saturday. The many friends of :Mr. and today as they recited their ambitions aa the politically curious gathered i'.
Oat We are giving away. Grand $330.00 Rebuilt pianos Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Davis and I Mr. John Joni of Savannah W.A. Jones Ga., Mrs. Geo. Shuford regret to learnof to office at the historic Wa on the tree-shaped banks of Wa !.;

", may be (guaranteed) $85.00: Choose Mr and Mra. Lloyd Perryman motored I*vMUng his brother. and Master the death of their infant son kulla pollticial picnic and fish fry. kulla Springs for the annual plcaio
yours some
Miss Evelyn
day your piano from these time Wurll-honored to St. Augustine Sunday and Uttle Hall were guests of their which occurred Friday, May 1st. The names of eight Floridians that mark the conclave: of office) f

makes Mathushek, Baldwin., spent the day. cousins Raymond, Etta B U4 and B. V Geiger H* was laid to rest at Kingsley were placed In the lists aa candidates seekers and debatora of the public ;
M. Schultz
n tsar Cable. Lake cemetery. for the governorship, al- meaL ;
PAYS TO TRADE AT Every piano T.v.ICOHPAN'T doubly guaranteed.THE CoL and Mrs D. E. Knight spent Miss Tuesday Auida: Hall was a visitor to E. E.. Burney and .ca. Pete though two did not make formal In addition to the gubernatorial
)(TT In Bunnell guest oithe R. Hudson Burr
the week-end pent Wednesday in Jacksonville. declaration. announcement
formerly Miller Music Shoppe former's' brother and staterlnlaw. Stark Tuesday.Mr. visitor J. A. Whlttlng o( the Blue Bus They were: W. P. Axon,.Havana, ; Tallahassee, announced hi* candidacy .
Moor *
and Ocala: Howard was
r Steinberg'sSTARKE _Stores Gainesville Mr. and Mra. V7 E. Knight. Company was transacting businessIn Stafford Caldwell. Jacksonville: ;'C. for the state railroad commis
:phone 764 .728 Green. (PlUG to Hampton'Satnrday evening.Mr. visited Lawtey Tuesday. M. Durrance, Jacksonville: ; Fred O. sion.BRADFORD int
tuning-.>Sattafatlon or money Mr. and HtLj T Davis ,will and Mrs. C. Sullivan
5-8-4t.
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SIX BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH,. 8TARKK. FLORIDA FRIO.\V. Mty ...
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Pecan Specialists And FLORIDA VEGETABLE MOVEMENTS Sub-Tropical Fruits Immediate Federal;; tun

Florida Spring Growers to Hold Seriesof Bulletin Printed By able lions for amounts use In to West Florida::

FARM NEWS SECTIONConducted Marketing Meetings Bean Experiment Station Journal about $2,0001YJPensacola. )

Shipments to last Saturday.1.827 Miami Beach After

i Vegetable Deal Gainesville Fla. A series of For aame period In 1930 -_1.610< Gainesville Fla. An 88-page United States govemment erpj lit

By nine meetings at which pecan For week ending April 25 99) bulletin about miscellaneous trop- cure site! for new post Office

growers and specialists will discuss For same week last year ___ 81] ical and sub-tropical Florida fruits Ing In this city. buuo.

L T. DYER! Ceuntjr Agent Gets Under Way their marketing problems will be First four days this week 89! has Just been published by Flor- MIami BWldlng ,

BOSS PEARL JORDAN. Home Deraonstrattoa AgentFarmers' held In the various sections of thestate's For same days last year ____ 69 ida Experiment Station here. The and In :MIamI Beach for pel1lllt,bat

pecan belt during the lat- Total to Thursday this week.1,916 bulletin does not deal with such months In 1931 represent tint tb,.

ter half of May the University of major fruits as citrus, strawberries 151,928. total y
Jacksonville, Fla., May 1-Although Cabbage
Summer StarvationOf and avocados but contains a
Florida Extension ,
Agricultural
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as' \Week At a little later than normal Shipments to last Saturday.2,95: -------------
+ Ir Nematodes Beat Service has ust announced.The complete discussion of 86 miscellaneous -
because of adverse weather conditions -
For same period In 1930 ___.2,240<
principal speaker at these fruits, all, of which are
Root-Knot Control the Florida spring vegetabledeal For __ 89
week ending April 25:
meetings will be S. H. Gibbons ? frown In Florida. The work contains -
Is now opening with much optimism For week last 36 ,
University Will field manager of the National Pe- same year 78 pictures of the fruits and ,
Gainesville Fla. Forcing the expressed by oth growers can :Marketing Association. A First four days this week __ 16 fruit trees.

nematodes that cause root-knot and shippers.The For same day. last year G a
larg portion of the various pro- Harold Mowry, associate horticulturist -
to hatch and then starving them principal supplies of beans Total to this
10th grams will be devoted to round ta- Thursday week.2,969Celery at the main station here,
Begin August this summer Is the vegetable grow will be coming from the Everglades
ble discussions and to short talks and I*. R. Toy, assistant horticulturist -
er's best chance to prevent root- and Center Hill districts for the Shipments to last Saturday.6.628(
.
by growers and apeclallsts.E ate the sub-tropical station
knot damages according to J.' R. next few weeks. Bean shipments For same period In 1930 __8,16
will the authors.
near Homestead are
'' Gainesville, Fla. -The 10th an- Watson entomologist with the from the Everglades are daily meet at Pensacola County Tuesday growers morn- For week ending April 25 eolS! Both are widely known subtropical First Fireproof Con-

al Dual Farmers' and Fruit Growers' Florida( Experiment Station. They gaining In volume. Last week 11 ing May 19, while Santa Rosa For same week last year ___ 362: horticulturists.Such struction in
Week at the University of Florida must be starved by either keepingthe cars went out. Frost about the First four days this week __ 104 American !
will meet at Milton that fruits as the banana, pa-
r' will begin here August 10. Dr. Wll- land bare this summer or grow- middle of last month took a heavy grower. For same days last year __ 117' 11n-2soo.014
afternoon. Growers In Okaloosa
pomegranate, cherimoya
p' Newell director of the Agricultural It which toll of the bean In the pays ,,.,
the
mon ing on a crop nema- acreage Total jo Thursday this week.6,730 1a tilt ,doe'-. d"ea 11.
and Walton counties will meet at pote and are discussed. Such J.
y Extension Service, has just todes cannot use for food. Everglades and the total volume Cucumber guava M ...... MUi u Laurel. Hln the next and y?
morning topics as adaption propagation _
f announced The occasion will offer The nematode Is a tiny rather will probably not be as heavy as Shipments to last Saturday 311 .4 ark Milt -1Nto.don, ...1
on Thursday morning. May 21, a value of mulching, pruning, fertilization W""- .,.w d. In.
Nl "Florida farmers a real week's vacation slender worm that wiggles Its way; last year's. The Center Hill district For same period la 1930 _... 362

that Is filled with entertaining I through the soil and Into the roots lost about 75 per cent of Its meeting will be held at Chipley for For week ending April 25 ... 23! etc., along with the pictures "!Wto1.r..-.-......._ooJ'"'<
Jackson, Holmes, Bay Calhoun. form a major portion of the *.bold lLk. ....bin! :
educational and recreational tear nlMniyh
of It
, r plants. moves very slowly, beans during the recent heavy For same period last year 46(
..
r I and Washington county growers. bulletin. assI MldWmHAROLD.....,......r.
, tures. migrating only about 12 feet dur- rains and it Is believed there will For Gadsden! Leon :Madison and First four days this week__, 80( Free copies be obtained I..... f... tIte de.q lode

F; Last year the attendance( was ing an entire season. The-young not be more than ten solid! car. Jefferson: coUnty the meetIng For same days last year ___. 20( from the may Station 'e _..r.wkk5L, --....'
growers Experiment "
t; over 1,700 and 57 Florida counties nematode enters a root and settles shipped from there this season. Indian Total to Thursday this week. 391]
will be held at Montlcello Friday Gainesville Florida It Is Bulletin
-
were represented. Close to 160 for life, but in living it gives off a River county beans have been Pepper ,

'9 9 farmers and well known scientists poison which causes the root ,to bringing good prices but yields from morning Suwannee:May 22 Hamilton while growers and- Shipments to last Saturday.1,068 223. . C. WA
from sections of the country form knot around it. |
many a gall or have been unusually low. Shipmentfrom
Columbia counties will meet aLive For same period In 1930 ___ 765
fS and from every section of Florida These knots are merely a swelling the Indian River section have Leesburgr Bids! received fur INSURANCESTARKE.
For week 25 __ 79
Oak that afternoon. A meet- ending April
r'' ,spoke. of the root and should not be mistaken virtually ended and Broward coun- erection of proposed McOrory
for Alachua will be held For same week last ____ 42:
ing county
r yu As usual all facilities of the Uni- for the nodules of nitrogen ty will finish In about two weeks. year building at Fifth and Main streets. FLORIDA
at Gainesville,' Saturday morning First four days this week ... 21
versity will be thrown open to visi fixing bacteria which are fastenedto Cabbage shipments are about
' May 23 while one for Union Bradford For same days lost year .... 12
the root by a slender stalk. Finished for this season. The cab-
furnished and Clay county growers will Total to Thursday this weekl,087
If all the nematodes would hatch bage movement has been slightly -
be held at Starke, Monday afternoon Potatoes
meals at the University cafeteria pretty soon they could be starved heavier than last year but tho, dealas Strawberry Plants of
to last ; QualityIn
at May 25. The final meeting Shipments Saturday 910 .
reasonable rates. ThegroUII.d.s this
very summer, but If conditions are a whole has not been satisfactory -
will be for Duval, Nassau and Ba- For same period In 1930 2.070
of the state experiment not just.rlght many of the eggs due to low prlces.!
ker county growers and will be For week ending April,25 .._ 607
station will be and number
open a may lie dormant until fall. To The celery movement from the
j staged at Jacksonville, Tuesday For same week last year __ 449 our 51 as plant this Is the
i of tours will be made to the live hatch they must have heat, moisture Sanford-OViedo section Is practically year. growers shortest
morning May 23. First four days this week.: _.. 337 of we have
stock barns and horticulturalcrOUII.WI. and air. Since our summers over due to the development. crop plants ever produced Its not over 33 per
These meetings''are For same days last ___i 220( cent normal the entire
being arranged year over of
y as well as to field and pas- furnish the heat and moisture anda of seed stalks which has made the '' country. Quality plant,
by the. ,varlous county Total to Thursday this week1,247Tomatoes the best ever-we are now Into
ture experiments.As bit of cultivation will supply the quality uncertain and the yield making shipments your

I In the past: all of the forces air It is easy to force them to Ight. Sarasota Is moving the agents, and growers may see them section.

'of the Agricultural College, including hatch. heaviest volume,of late celery and for further details or possible! Shipments to last Saturday.1,555 Missionary 1000 to 5000, $3.80 per thousand; II,-

kPJ( : the Extension Service and Experiment Clean cultivation would do the shipments will be going out for changes In the dates. The morning For same period in 1930 ___1,815 000 or over $3.25. See our agent and place order. Our

: Station have joined job and then starve the pests but some time. The largest day's shipments meetings are scheduled! for 9:30: ; For week ending April 25 __ 60 catalog Is free for the asking.

D hands with the State Plant Board that would Injure the land. For- were recorded Monday of those In the afternoon for 2:30 ex- For same week last year __ 200< Agentst Brownlee Bros, A. J. Thomas, Ray Nevraom,

''and University general and are tunately some of our best cover last week when 66 cars rolled. cept the one at Live Oak which Is First four days this week __-_ 36 and O. W. Roberts, Lawtey, Fla. See them and place order -

4 now planning a week's crops are not susceptible to the Recent rains have cut yield of scheduled for 3 p. m. For same days last year .___ 151 early to make sure of wants. We will bold yuor order.
r
eventful
Total to this
Thursday week.1,591
which should prove most nematodes., Then, If one of these cucumbers In the early covered THE USES OF "HARD TIMES" Strawberries

for every visitor. crops Is planted in rows over the sections In Hardee and Sumter
Shipments to last Saturday __ 359 J. A. BAUER
t field, and cultivated-to the
give counties about 60 cent. Weather *
per
(By Spuds Johnson) For same period In 1930 ____
I and eggs air and to keep down weeds conditions have been rather unfavorable Taking Its cue from the general For week ending April 25 __ 8 The Strawberry Plant Man. Judsonla, Ark. Box: 21
t grass which furnish the nema- from the time the seeds
\VntTF FARM PROGRAM trends of discussions around It, the For same week last year ... 0
"The Voice) of Florida" I II todes food-the pests will be killed were planted, and stands were only Sandy Ridge Farmers' Club has I First four days this week __ 4
and the soil benefited by the humus fair A yield of about 50 bushels '" '
started "hard
times.
I discussing For same days last year _- 0
_ turned into it. II from these sections
a! epected Its members themselvesand
are asking Total to Thursday this.week. 363
f' Gainesville Fla.-An unusually The crops which have proven which comprise about 2,600 acres. each other the question "Whatcan I, Vegetables

evl,i, Interesting series of Florida Farm most resistant to nematodes are Sumter county rolled Its first car we do to Improve conditions?" Shipments to last Saturday3,383 the TELEGRAPH

Hour programs will be broadcast velvet beans, Iron and Brabham on April 13 and up to last Satur- Several good suggestions already For same period In 1930 ...1,977
; tom. state station WRUF next peas beggarweed and the crota- had rolled from
day seven cars have been made. Bill Hankins For week ending April 25: 106
r i reek. These broadcasts will beginit larlas. The to have lardee The In Orange
peas are likely county. crop
said it has to the
come point For same week last year __.< 42
noon each day. They will be other varieties mixed with them Levy and :Marion counties Is where we are forced to pay more First four days, this week __, Q WILL SEMD VU
resented by the University of that would furnish the nematodes in fair condition and with favorable
attention to the; fundamentals of
For same days last year _._ 29
w Florida Agricultural Etxenslon food while velvet beans will not weather should average 75 bushels good farming. "Food and feed Total to Thursday this week.3,446St.

Service, which has just announcedthe 'grow well on low truck lands and per,acre. There are about 2,000 rirst" should be our slogan, says .

following program: their vlnlng habit makes them hard acres In these sections. Harvest BIlL "Course that wouldn't pre- Augustine State School 60'"GO'OD

s k Sat., May 9 Florida Farm News to cultivate... Crotalaria spectabills will begin about May 10. In Ala- vent us from dabbling with money for Deaf and Blind purchased Casa

and Hints. U. S. Farm Science Is probably the best crop to chua county and In north Florida' crops after our food and feed needs Cola farm property, four miles MAGAZINIS!

Snapshots.Mon. grow. Its upright habit along with cucumbers have had better weather have been provided for. We'll have north of city, on Jacksonville road.

., May 11-The Economy of its adaptability to truck soils and and stands are better. Yields to: learn again to eat from our own

Growing Peanuts to Fatten Hogs its large tonnage of humus make It i will be heavier and will probably vines and fig trees', and let what- AND THIS NEWSPAPER

-J. Lee Smith. The Quality of well suited If spectabllls seed :.average 100 bushels. Picking will ever extra we can take In be more OVER WORkrN.ERVES'C.

fl! Peanut Fattened Pork ProductsW. cannot be obtained Crotalaria striate tart In Alachua about :May 15. or less profit" he concluded. .;(-)

J. Sbealy.Tue though not as well adapted to It is expected that two cam of .
"Yes, and we'll have to stir our <
ti \ *., May 12 The Spring low soils would be the next best peppers will move dally from Lee stumps and find new places to sell FOR ;) [!:! FOR

t Spray for Citrus Whlteflies and choice. after
1.
? county May stuff, and new ways; of making
Scale-J. R. Watson. Farm Question Movement of strawberries from money," spoke up Abe Larklns, omy']'

Box. Hardee and Hillsborough countiess who hasn't been out of college so '.. 'CVOML'1

,l'',," Wed., :May 13-The Sad Story of HINTS TO HOUSEWIVES I practically over and shipments long that be has lost his salesmanship -

the Bob White Family-Mrs. Annie from the Starke and Lawtey see- I Ideas. For all that,however,
) B. Johnson. Primer for Town I tlons In Bradford county are now ,
Abe is a good boy and he has some
from Home .
Weekly Demonstra *
l :Farmers.
; tlon at their peaks.: Shipments from splendid ideas.( "If I can't len cotton 'sYte'r'd
!, -Thurs., May 14"-Summer :Management I Specialist, TallahasseePopular Louisiana are slowing down the I'm not averse to selling woolor

of Tung Trees Harold I movement from this section. silk. By looking around us CANHAVE YOUR

'f. A\\\ .Mowry.: Farm Reporter at Wash tomatoes have had bad ,
Spring a
a
\ many of us can discover crops or
CHOICE OF
--- Egg Dishes ANY FIVE
OF
*. atoa..iJ time, especially in south Florida. I products that wl",sell, and that we a
; :, Fri., :May 15-Seeding and Man: That Are DifferentAt Rains have taken a heavy toll this ,are not producing. Course we can't THE MAGAZINES LISTED

'#.l aging the Dairy Pasture Ham- year, damaging the crops In< the get out all 'over the country looking -

"lJ} Un L. Brown. Building Cheap and this season of the year house- umter, Manatee Vero Beach for markets for these sideline BELOW FOR A FULL YEAR

_ ;ni;', Practical Silos Clyde H. Nor- wives should take advantage of the Plant City, and Wauchula sections products but we can sell 'em In ( TWELVE ?1

:w:' ton. The Value of Soybeans for cheapness of-eggs by using them .o that yields will probably be cut our nearest towns." MONTHS )

't- Silage-C. R. Dawson.- more liberally In the diet. These 20 per cent or more Palm Beach Gus Weeks, who has a little more 'a Why pay more for your magazine

S The weather forecast will be glv- nutritive packages of food can be county seems to have escaped I age and eperlence than many of UP TO your ears in work- when you can buy them at last than

len early In each program. Market served In so many attractive ways much damage. Vero Beach, Canal the rest of.us, came In with thisgood No wonder "'. at high tension. COlt through your home town newspaper -

: reports will be broadcast from the that no one should ever become Point and Wauchula, should start one. "These periods of de- and bark at you the snap children.at the wife ? You can actually get five of

_ s''' State Marketing Bureau in Jack- tired of them. Try baking them shipping this week and Manatee >resalon are necessary to keep ua Watch outl! Overworked f America's leading farm and flcilon
''
o lonvllla at 11 a. 'm., 12:45 p. m., in tomato cups or with cheese, or and' Sumter counties next week from going at such a rate that we nerves may lead to Sleepless, sssit1 magazines at this amazing price If

WI-:; ad 4:45: p. m., each week day serving them with curry sauce.. with the movement from Ocala break our' necks before It's time. DeaL Nervous Headache Nervous you efdf ne!r.If you act quickly you!

;1f Baked In Tomato Cups retting under way about May 25. 'A readjustment ever so often is Indigestion and a boat of will receive IJY] m. oaiiita during
!
Scoop out the center of large, Manatee to other unpleasant; disturbance: -
county expects
pack If we'had the
necessary. good mem- n.xt.year for
.i' ( BEST: COTTON AND CORN Why just a little more
try Dr Mflesf
_ firm ripe tomatoes. Sprinkle the Its In and while the other yon
lugs,
-
I rJ\ ,I''SIDE-DRESSING IS SOME crop ories and were real shrewd, 'bard Efferr.e >t NervbM Tablet? than the price of this newtpaper.
f'.... hulled out cUp.l'll..hUy on the inside sections will use some lugs the times' would teach to In (knit hesitate
_; QUICK-ACTING NITRATE us save a Just one In a. half glass of to tend your order If'''
!:; I.J f. with salt,' and dot with butter. pack generally used will be- ,the period of plenty against the lean 'water make a pleasant spark 0M $ some of thes com to you now. Renewal

,;:,, 'Gainesville, Fla. Some. Break an egg Into each cup then six-basket crate.Watermelons years which are sure to come." Gus ling drink delightfully soothing will be extended twelvemonth
quickly; '
sprinkle1 with salt, pepper, and are still too far,in evidently practiced that same plan to over-taxed nerve. *' ahead of
M! available nitrate la'what the Florid your expiration
bread crumbs, and dot with butter. the offing to be given an accurate during some former periods of Dr. Kite-Nervine I* now dale.SEND .
N fij Experiment Station recommends Bake In a moderate oven until the crop prediction. However, the deal .made In two forms-Ltqvid and
for side-dressing cotton andffl' ilenty. m Effervescent Tablet. Both
tomato skins are slightly wrinkled will be late and haw
generally .
poor "I heered a feller In town t'other ?
: ,corn. These crops Seem to have .the sam soothing et ec&.
; Baked Eggs and Cheee Lands are reported In almost all day say that business was just takng 'I'" at
;, made very little response to phor- row dreg able ll C fR>wrV
Break the desired number ofe..gs sections Some replanting as late a vacation" commented Old
.r"+., phorua and potash side-dressings, In ( .' "
' a shallow greased baking as April 1 has been reported. The Slim Tlmmons the community r
'y but
: quick acting nitrates have us-
__I 'ually dish. Add a few teaspoons of movement Is not expected to start ne'er-do-well. "He said If we waitong
:! proven profitabls.According cream aud salt enough to season. before June 10.' '
' enough, 'good.times' will re-
I',1.t to J. D. DOLLARCOUPON
Warner, as- (
}
Sprinkle with a mixture of grated turn.
,;; > alstant. NERVINENOTICE
? agronomist should be
; corn
cheese and fine, dry bread crumbs. Doe Hlller says: Do not denature "I guess that's rl< :r- ,.slde-dmaed when It 1* about 40 : .
(
M day old. About 100 Set the dish In a pan containinghot your garden by hiring all the work Rogers "they alien do."
ay' pounds per water, and bake In a moderate done. :Florida's fresh air and sunshine
i acre of nitrate of soda sulfate of
: ,
oven until the eggs are set and the generally give best results
'feiammonia, or similar fertilizer i Isft
crumbs browned. Just before serving when accompanied by some vtrgorrous -
: : ',recommended. If the nitrogen is add a few dashes of paprika. exercise. Gentlemen: f wish to tek* advent*** of your magaxln belglln

"'rR;; ?ippUed earlier some of the plant Carried Egg Off.,. I em encknlng tti*.bo".*emounthi-. payment for*en*year cob
SB( food be lost by leaching. The
may ; /
N This Is for FM The Blind tcrfpdoft 10 wow end
another popular way p.p.i N.live INgUJnet tae 1l eve coated with
should b
,i fVtertHtcer: put near them serving eggs a bit differently. Boll i A Hebrew storekeeper's show esx below. .
should not be
)UH but thrown
on
'. ' I eggs hard. ,,Make a sauce as follows .window', to the surprise of his
''W; 'the tender corn. Slde-dre88In. has
!: Melt 4 tablespoons butter In II brethren was suddenly adorned Mr. Farmer ...
:
C, more profitable when the
'r proven 'Y.
a skillet, 'and add 1 tablespoon with a gorgeous new blind.
,:,fif corn U planted close.ji. .
chopped green pepper along with 2 A&roD-Nlce blind ;you have. /
ji. For cotton, he suggested applying ; mart* fcf.au
,d: 100 to 150 pounds per acr.iJ tablespoons chopped celery and Ieaao-Tea. Aaron.' See me before you bug your FIg and s
cook for 2 or a minutes. Stir Into
Aaron-Who paid for It, Isaac
the cotton Is TOWM
time
about the chop-
pd.< This application. should help this 1 teaspoon. curry sauce 1 tea- Isaac -- The customers paid Mosquito Spray. I can save you'money. -$tan

., spoon salt, 3 drops tabasco MUC"anlt Aaron. '
the stalks set 1& supply of bolls before -
t -< 3 tablespoons flour. Mix! well Aaron What the customers. Q AMtfc**Peas]-all OH........M.--s_
able to do
:'I'much'\[' boll damage.Bo weevils.' ,are and add 2 cups of cold milk. Cook paid for ItT Fred W. Cason 1 C ,.. ....ts..o' 0 Irrak..d. NM1"1 1u'

|> eyj for 3 or 4 minutes, stirring con- Isaac .Tea, Aaron I put a little C IvMybs/g.p5.T ?wise D 'MD : ---far....aMa

? stantly. Make a bed of hot flaky box: on my _counter "For the C lbo....Je..eI >M4A.GI1 ...s hp.lr......"

''l V ready to make the first appll- cooked rice on a hot platter Cut Blind." and they paid for 1U-Mo. I ,THE McNESS MAN C On.IIII... "......' C"'a.-

fi.. cation.of poUon. for boll weevils3u the eggs in quarters, and arrange Pan Magazine. OeM....... C Ie.d.d i..slO
fgj.:: tbefore the squares form, theM them 'over the rice. Pour the hot STARKE FLORIDA .0ci Ns CINte P.dry
C testeedd' ,.....
Station sugi sauce over them sprinkle with Construction started River
on
.....Pi....
i ceat.a. s __'.
C wddNis
ijt
:I chopped parsley, and serve at once. :Junction to Chattahoochee road.
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BRADFORD COUNTY TELEORAPU STARIIE FLORIDA I: ._ .. .__ PAGE SEVEN
8, 1931 .-?_", .. ---... __ ___ __ '- I --- J.
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bLtV ---- --
tY, n Dade City Dade City Furniture
--=- Ing that I did not sow Wherefore! BAPTIST radio
Co., opened complete

then gavest not thou my money Into Sunday school-at 10 a. m. Our Do You Know? -:- Ii IiI service department.

00III' the bank, that at my coming I superintendent, :Mr. Thomas, urges -;- Winter Park Knowles Memorial

might have required mine own us all to come on time Be; therea Chapel under constructionat

/il 1t14w.c 'with usury T * Take from him the little before ten. Rollins College.

Plain 119:105. pound, and give It to him that bath Worship at 11 a, m. and 8 p. m. Hlaleah A. E. Mixon opened

war. is a IaitP anto IIJ eet. ID 1 into my path.- tea pounds. Unto every one At the morning service there will :Mixon Plumbing Shop at 860 N. W.

All reliiPous teachinr, doctrine or that bath shall be given; and from be flowers, music and sermon, honoring 36th street, opposite Moore Park.

f lenuu ereed, if they are to have any claim our mothers. Palm Beach Edward P. :Moore

{gyp, wOrliP and devotion of the people, must be In harmony with him that hath not, even that he Let all our people who read this purchased Whitehall hostelry for

the love,loyalty fit Into every fold and revlcehchurnrn hath shall be taken away from come and bring others that we may consideration of $1,600,000.

D h armt and of whom war lwords in John 76.NEVER MAN him." have a large audience to Join with yam.a West Palm Beach-Flying field

tb Tl1IS DdAN.wTEKLY Thus the servants were disposedof. all churches in the nation in celebrating may be located at Belvedere Country -
'
LIRE
a- "But those mine enemies. Mothers' Day. Club grounds

SERMONETIIfTye Jesus was forcibly reminded of this which would not that I should I :Mid-week service Wednesday at Naplea-A. B. Curry Construction -

Master Incident while In Jericho, and he reign over them, bring hither, and 8 p. m. Co., of Miami, received contract i

Words of the Immediately based upon It his parable slay them before me." for completion of Gordon
)
Rule.
(The Golden of the Pounds. These "enemies" are those who PRESBYTERIAN river bridge here

shall "And as they beard these refuse to accept Christ as king. Panama City Bids received

tUtew :;lee k,,and dye shall things," the discussion of Zacch- You may be a steward for God. Services Sunday-,' :May 10, aa fellows for' surfacing roads No. 10( and 20

given you: shall be openedto aeus aa given In our last lesson, by making your home his household in 01l.alOO81county and Bay coun
It '
;1 J knock, and "Spake a parable, because he was by giving your time, money, : Sunday school. J. M. ty.
10
you. asketh revets nigh to Jerusalem and because Influence for his cause. God rewards a. m. r
offlcevr
that Election of :
For everyone seeketh find-I they thought the kingdom of God faithfulness more than success Truby eupt. NOTION TO APPK4H
be that for the next year.' -
: and I should Immediately appear. "He character more than reputa .
knocketh
to him that nobleman 11 a. m. Morning worship sermon The Slut of Florida, to Balll
: and said therefore A certain tion. This Is "Moth: Padgett ar..tlns: ,
be opened.Or went Into a far country to receive by the pastor. r4 ) affidavit appended
of tol.PPjmn i
you ; :
what man Is there and to re- !r'a Dav." Honor the best woman Complaint In the
will be for himself a kingdom, -- Chancery Cauno In the Circuit
bread attending

mother by
ask
son DAILY BIBLE HEADINGS the world, your and
In
1II1f his turn. And he called bill ten servants Court In for Dradford
a stone T them ten divine services on this day I County, Florida whrln J. J. Pad- {
e blm fish win be and delivered sett I I. Complainant and Biilll PadK .
ask a
Or If he pounds,"and said unto them, Occupy 8 set apart to her: .tt I* dofendant that the ...it defendant .
? May Topic .
Endeavor.
1e blm a serpent evil, know till I come." 7 p. m. Christian Htate of Florldasod teat herfrest.

IL It ye then, being The "nobleman" refers to Jesus God Knows All-O God, thou : "The two eneratlons-under. dence I. unknown and there l. no

VI to give good gifts unto shall your himself. "Servants" referred to knowest my foolishness; and my standing each other-how parents aes portion In the state of Florida the

idrCD, how much more heaven the disciples, and a "pound" was a sins are not hid from thee.-Psalm misunderstand children, and children would.br1 a laid eubpoena. .. a rOIIrh
which is In aid defendant U over the ace of II
ur Father 'coin worth about $16.00 in our 69: 5.For. parents. I>l_
to them that ask I 1 yean laid cause belns: a But of
things whom did Jesus T Answer 8 m. Evening worship, song ealit defendant
good money but then having a purchasing pray -p voice It le ordered that 4

t what- value of probably $200.00.On read-I Cor. 6:20. I and sermon. be and che the I I. kald hereby bill required of-
all things I to appear to
11: Therefore ahould June 1, 1930, we studied the I Prayer meeting Wednesday! at 8 complaint at the Cterk'e office In
would that men The two May 0 I :_ Htarke: Bradford County, Florida, t*
er ye Talents. -
of the '
"Parable
of
even so to them; pThe theWoman's answer eald Kill on the let day
to you do ye and the parables are similar but not the Road to True Riches-Seek ye monthly meeting of June, A.oIf.? 1 rJ11 otheiwlee the alle.ration .
this is the law will be held .. will be taken Moo
all same. Of them a writer says, first the kingdom of Cod. and his Auxiliary: .--I .. .te..ed. It U further ordered that
plela. 'The parable of the talents Is the and all these things next Tuesday evening May 12 at 8 .. ... - - -- this order b. Dubllehed one a week
to make righteousness; v'
Prayer: Lord, help us of All the characters unto -Matt. 6: o'clock, with Mrs. R. 87 Fernan aimJn; of the meet famous. cf Canada's explorers for four ooneeouttv weeks In the
of our life, and atory genius. shall be added :you. Prater, one" Bradford County Telegraph, a n.w.-
ee the standard:: exceptionally gifted. * This des This will be the "Dollar So THAT born In Vermont and that the Prater River In paper of general circulation yubllshi
adventurers was .
will love aright, and were this river was tfl. .d. In Bradford County Florida.
CD we ever else.gemelnber .' on the other hand, is a parable of 33.Why should you glorify God T cial. British Columbia la named after him"'" ? Although man to make the Done and ordered at Btarke Florida +,
one first
e aright every Sabbath Day, to the common people.' This la a' Answer, read Matt. 6:24.: < A cordial Invitation to all our covered by Alexander Mackenzie Prater Ocean was the That was In 1808. How this 10th day. of April, A. O. '
the the Paelflo 115'.
It to
to all. hazardous trip down
opportuntles services extended view above }
20:8.: parable of equal bo seen by a glimpse at the O. W. ALPERMA.N.
eep It Holy-Exodus for serving God May 10 daring that adventure was may Motion of the waterway. Prater Clerk Circuit Court.
I church Sunday. those chances which shows Hairs Oats a formidable (Seal Florida i''
to died
Go He Above aulrue
differs lei
It hla exploits. of
alike. for U
which come to all Our Hope-And now, Lord what CORINTH BAPTIST CHURCH was offered, but refuted a knighthood ATTEST copy

thus from the parable of the talents watt I for? My hope Is In thee. Deliver 1882 and la burled. at St. Andrews Ontario. -- .. ... the original ono file. !W In ALDBKMAN my office. ,
----
in which each steward had a me from all my transgressions Preaching Saturday evening 7 p. Clerk Circuit Court.

SUNDAY SCHOOL \different amount to start with. not the reproach visions with any increases or decreases 5-t-5t-5.ll>
: make me I' m., Rev. W. T, McCauley LEGISLATIVE NEWS ,
LESSON There are certain resources common and of the foolish.-Psalm 39: 7, 8. Sunday school, Sunday morningat in the number of circuit NOTICH OP INHTITIITIOV OV SUIT
to all men. Each has life, two masters? from 2.) IIV ATTAtHMUNT
serve Continued
Can a man ( page
faculties 9:30. court Judges to be based on popu Ytl

1931 most of us have the common an Answer, read-Psalm 37.: 11. The Brotherhood of Jacksonville, D. Clarke, cuts the number In County Judge'! Court, BradfordCounty 9.
FOR MAY 10, of the body and at least 11:00 bour senate by Senator S. lation. The new plan Florida
amount of Inteligence." May 11 will have charge of the : MontlceUo. The Clarke bill would of circuits from 28 to 17, and Arthur lirymer.Plaintiff.. Ir.

I Subject: The Parable of the average "But his Sunday.B. automobiles from 40 to .
Our lesson continues: fix the rate on private the number of judges .
7:00 \8.A.
unds. citizens hated him, and sent & message -1 Everlasting Light Thy sun Y. P. U. Sunday night at : weighing less than 3000 pounds at 32. The Fifth Judicial Circuit B. Oren, wCivil rDefendant

I Golden Text: "It la requiredInewards not shall no more go down; neither o'clock. rate of the counties
be found after him, saying, we will Itself: for to attend 60 cents a hundred with a would be composed of I. Aellon AttarkMeatTo
that a man ua." shall thy moon withdraw Everybody invited all private Union, Ala- and all other per.
have this man to reign over 75 cents a hundred on of Baker, Bradford. A. II. Ureen
uiuuul." 1 Cor. <4:2.: i Jewish the Lord shall be thine everlasting these services than and Putnam. Hflne Interested!
more
the Qllchrlst
were automobiles weighing Levy, day
"cltizena" chua, the llnd
that
These fake notice on
191126. I mourning
Luke : of
I Lesson Text: light, and the days thy 3000 pounds. The house measure There shall be two circuit judge of April./ A. l>., 1931, Urymer.plaintiff.
I Lesson: Last week ofrlst's people. ended. Isaiah 60: 20. Instituted and commenced
of be -
lime shall Friedman,
L. a
cents
The words "Into a far country"referred the earth? Answer Dade City Harry fixed a flat charge of 75 for said circuit. by attachment of a certain C'hevrn.lt .
i life. to the ascension of Jesus Who shall Inherit opened Harry's Ready-to-Wear) hundred on all private cara. The eedan. engine number Ittlttt.

i Place: On Jerusalem.the road between after his crucifixion, and In the following read Jaa. 1:5.May Shop in :lAassey building. present rate Is 00! centa a hundred Sheriffs, deputy sheriffs, constables above his suit entitled against court A. ,II. Ureen In the ;..

erlcho and of verse the return of the no- 12 Delray Beach-$500,000: will be i pounds. policemen and all'other This therefore le to command you 1>
I Introduction: "The healing to Boca and A. II. Green and all other, yvrminsint
the great event bleman baa reference to the second spent in Improvements law enforcement officers.. .r eus and coming of Christ: "When be Sorrow for Sin: O Lord my God, Raton club.Panama An occupational license tax: bill, agenta would be prohibited- nom ;.aid. court at the court bouee at
1 Zacchacus' conversion deeplytIrred to halt for Florida I on Monday. June
received the For I am ready City-Blda opened Introduced in criminal Mtarko
dwellers at Jericho, the was returned, having Hear me will a companion to the measure receiving witness fees let, 1981, and herein fall not lest da- '
the I for
commandedthese will declare mine Iniquity; and equipping new well sponsoredIn of a entered awalnst you. i
to the kingdom, then he I boring in the house, waa cases under the provisions fault be
r travelers on the way Psalm 38:15, (Clot). A. UAROINKH.County .
.
the disciples.. These servants to be called unto be sorry for my Bin the senate today by Senator W. measure Introduced In the house Judge Hrndford County,
and city.Delray
iver, whom he bad given the Beach-Albert E. Van Ocala. Both bills providea J. Henry Blount Florida
de- him to T. Gary, today by Reps
,, with to Jesus' announced to Jerusa money. * Then came the first, |18.'How may we may wisdom? Answer Dusen will erect $250,000: home on graduated tax on gross revenuea and John E. Mathews of Duval. If I D.Attorney V 3. XNIQ1IT for, Plaintiff Btarke. Florida.D.I.Iit..U
Lion proceed this
em led to think that at Je- saying, Lord, thy pound bath gained read Kings 3:9.: large estate, one mile north of from various business and professions the measure becomes a Jaw, Mr. '
i, many
Inulera he was about to. set up ten pounds. And he said unto May 13 place. States where the Income la more Blount said that a tremendous saving NOTICB-
thou good servant: because Winter Park rUnited amount of the tax for the countiesof
The made
Well
|lie kingdom." him petitioned than 15000. would be In Circuit Court, Bradford County, "
The background of the parable thou hast been faithful in a The Burden Bearer: Cast thy Post Office Department ranges from 25 to 50 cents on each Florida. Florida. In ChanceryiI 4
authority over he shall for bids on new lease for local poet amount of F. Blackburn
little, have thou the Lord, and depending on the 4
[ei the pounds: "10. 4 B. C., Archelau very burden upon $100, Hall Complainant.
ten cities. And the second came, be shall never suffer office building. Leesburg Odd Fellows PI..ee
toRome thee; revenues. VS.
the son of Herod, had gone sustain Gas Company gross
bath gained Florida and Second Blackburn
pound moved.-Psalm Eustis West Main Saolns
Lord thy be
to corner
to receive from the Emperor saying the righteous streets Defendant.It .
Tiberius the kingdom left him five pounds. And be said likewise 65: 22.How. laying gas pipes through Senator S. A. Hlnley, Live Oak, streets, completely renovated. appearing by affidavit appendedto f
thou also over five wise? .Answer of city. Nicholson street the Will filed In the above stated
Be senate a joint Clearwater
him become
to we in the ;
by his father's will. The Jews may W. II. Harrison presented cause that Sabina Blackburn, the
F. S. and Fort
cities. And another came, saying :Mark 11:2. Bradenton- proposing a plan of re- between Osceola avenue and t I* y,
cruel read resolution,
claimed that Archelaua was here la thy pound, purchased River Provision circuit of Harrison avenue south of North :::r.rnn the :r..ar":: Ia.n.i
tad of fifty Lord, behold, districting the Judicial the City of ttlouz
they sent a delegation it as he le a resident of
nm to Rome to his ap which I have kept laid up In a napkin May 14 Co., here and will opeerate connection the state by constitutional amend Ward School, being' Improved. City. Htat of Iowa, and .gets her
oppose thee because distribution plant in Building at Julia m.Uln care of at. Vincents kioepltalt
X feared outlines the Jacksonville -
pointment. Tiberius settled the : For God Loves The Good Truly house and ment. The resolution and floor, and le over
And meat packing for
their leased purpose
austere man such with circuits, and Adams streets, .
thou art an to of seventeen Twenty-one years.It
even boundaries
alter by to Archelaua to Israel, .
granting God ia good at Erie.Apalacbicola ter. that isle
thine plant bus ordered
Out of refrigeration establishing union le therefore
unto him Psalm the amendment of ',
he saith heart- Which adoption of tie and Is
only half of the kingdom. thou as are of a clean -11,000 volt transmission upon buses operatingIn non-ree/dent defendant
mouth will I Judge thee, election of urinal station for required to appear to the
the the general hereby
own in
irchelaus had left his affairs in :
between
l.How. constructed said
Thou kneweat 73: line di and out of city. bill at Complaint filed In cause
bends of officials and on bia return wicked servant. taking.up should we pray? Answer, this city and Port St. Joe. 1932, would become permanent -------I _. . --- nn or before the let day of June, A.:
to had had some of his enemies putt that I was an austere man, IIeb. 11:6.: --tt-- U.: 1nll otherwlae the allexatlone or
| read- will b. taken aanonfeieed
and reap- I for divorce
=
t death. It is quite probable that. that I laid not down, = By Charles McManus \ by Bald defendant.order. It bopubllfthed la
:r:: further ordered that thin
.. ones a- week for four conHnoutlve -
weeke In the Bradford
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'rD Ro'fI-IT DARNIT County Telegraph, a newspaper published ;'
5A.1'S" THEY. In M county: and (tat*. i iSeal
r I I Me C VE. YOU A TIP! PAPA This April 15th, A. D. 1031 '
OVER O ,,- U. ItWAN'
Dots. HE] CHARGE Clerk Court rN.
TOGoiwC PnPA GOES THf-R \ IP You SHOULD 1DOM'T u$q N 0 ( .) Circuit "
: ARE Yoll YES tiE FROM StcHTEEN' NINETY TNO j !. ... JOHNS,
yx TIRED
.
i N I'oRKqw TELL t'o-rb ANO ME PI'-' $ CO IMJ ..::::::- OOl.\.A J FOR Mullcltor for Complainant.I-l-Ct-S-1) '

Y ? A13otJT THE STOCKEKCHANC.E A 9
_IT(4 Jrs. NOTICE
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'.-::;" .,.. ""l wHY?/ O. Kirk Complainant Lewis.


1E SLATflri Leslie"' .'Hlak Defendant. Lewis,

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w} t It appearing by affidavit appended
kVrjI r to the Bill/ filed In the above
cause that Leslie Hicks Lewis, the ;
defendant therein. named le a aoareeldent -
: of the State of Florida, and /
she la a resident of the town of May
;_ Mlnette, Slate of Alabama, and gets
her mall In cat* of Mrs .J. M IIlake,
_. e -& a and le over she age of twentyoneyean
\ rr w of .... It la therefore ordered
iF(11Ir that old non-resident defendant be
'-. V r and she le hereby required to appear Y
', to the bill of complaint filed In said
.
,
let day of ,J
.. ... M MTiitrN cause on or before the .
. ZvrA June A. D. UII, otherwise the allegations ti
I of aid bill for divorce and
other relief will be taken aa eonfeeevd -
I by said defendant. It le further
ordered that" thle order be published
By L. F. Van Urn one a week for four conseoutlv of
weeka IB the Bradford County
I F < Telegraph, a aewepaper published la i

; THING OW MAIN STREET" said Tal oounty April. and. bINi.; S 1,

=:1 :-. I O. W. ALDERMAN,
... of Clro"u Court
; ?: ii B. u. jc-HNfr.CUrk
;:ic
flan as Solicitor far Complainant.t-t-It.I-Ji
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uily Buzz 4Je4'CUT" rAped yuRranrQa, AaW'f100tpNr / 'y r HOU16 t.teA MOTICB) Or OtTABDIAH! sLN

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rt/'Len RE sGR//
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MA.. C-nzRT cMaNIY idR fiAW Notice hereby. given that thirty
OtxiwT7A days after date hereof, on to-wit
l4Vw'3pAPEfb4RL AD(711. the .I.V of Jane, 11)1, I the an-
Ti+EM B6 A .
,, derelgned Guardian for Lucille Foreyth
aAtNBOeJ 1 I r and Kugcne Foniyth.' minor (-
\ ; :deoeaeed. 1'
fz I heirs of W. B. Foreyth, V
SHOWERS Rt J> will apply. t. the honorable deo. A.
JACK BradfordCounty
Oardlner County Judge of
aa.- Florida, for an order to cell
........ one-faertk undivided -
'..., .,... .Mt .. at private eale the "
: ... "5 ., interest each of said minor' '
In and to the following deeorlbeel
hOw lands lying and being In BradfordCounty. a
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eMr "Bouth half: I of the Northwest
HA" c0r1E. 1 \ I quarter of th. Northwest quarter of
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Mouth ol Range Twenty-onai (IU.
Aw1f Kaat. excepting therefrom on. acre. 'I.
HV' 1'o.f'Jer'ate > In the Southwest Corner of
square
.c t00o deeded to Icvergreen Cn> r.b.
C1F tatHOD, time a4nineteen '
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: Eiorrr BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARKE FLORIDA _________________________________ FRIDAY bl ..
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ture and the Star a bigger circula- Grandma Wayhack Says
Bradford County TelegraphEstablished tion. High Springs Telegram. Any woman can make a monkeyout

1877 I From Other. PensEven I Bigger circulation o of. what? tree.of a man if she can get him upa Andrews Store

The honeymoon Is over when the
Published Weekly on Fridays and Entered as Second Class the smallest cars have a Berry shipments: from the dish washing becomes a solo stunt
latforms. In Bradford -
Matter at the Post Office at Starke, FloridaE. rumble.-Starke Telegraph. And Starke-Lawtey tn Ap.n,2 for the bride. BETTER GOODS FOR LESS
passedthe
MONEY
county
none are too smell to skid and up, I don't know that man needs
S. Matthews _______________..__ Owner and PublisheJ. r tumble.-Bronaon Journal two million quar.t mark with more intelligence; he just needs a Starke Florida

C. Robinson _____________ __-____ Managing Editor o 270,000 quarts shipped from Starke few more exercises to develop what ,
: and 378,000, qWKt8 om Lawteyfor
he has. Bui, IMIIIIIUU imwui uaiuiiimu.ui I : Miiuiwui mmmi'( uBi
Here Use the bonea of Nancy Jones < KCni
the week that day.
ending The modern idea of poverty la
SUBSCRIPTION RATE For her, life bad no terror
These berries to the
had'brought
She lived a maid and died a maid, not being able to keep up as many BALLARD AND BALLARD
Yearly, $1.50; Six Months, 75c-Payable' In Advance No hits-no run*-No error growers of that section $451,-242.- payments as the neighbors.The FLOUR
.4.i Advertising Rates On Application Sanford SentineL 66, some thirty, thousand dollarsmore woman behind the broom t

t o than to the same date las may not draw a large salary but Seaplane, 12 Ibs. for _________ _______________:
year.--Tarpon, Springs Leader.o she certainly can raise a lot of :
Mother's Day Sunday., Those Bradford county farmer --- -- dust. ft Ibs. for *
--------'"----- ------- _
_
should feel much better with $000 : ; ------ _, 6S
A woman la old when she real
The '
bachelor button is a flower
0 of In their < ',
000 strawberry money izes that cold is not so hotPathfinder 96 for ." == '
cream pounds _
net ; Starke Tel*- ---- --- -- _
Put 0'a- Flower Show this month. pockets. Gainesville Evening a safety pin -- ---------- ___ $Zn

News. graph. But bachelor-buttons bloom Bluebird 12 Ibs. for :_ ..1
o _
----.o- out all over aoncfe men's. clothing, -o- ---- :-, : -------------_45t
; One can look chic and ,still not be a chicken. even married ones, .- New Port One Taste Too Much I '
Bradford county has a community Rlchey Preen Most married men 24 pounds for _______.;.__.-.__..:_:.:...:._-________ iln.
0Ftr Dear Freddie --
: -
named Ziff, which sounds xU f --UUf
SB,? Spring fever can best be cured by hard work.A It had been named by one of them could qualify" as4 "knights of the How extremely kind of you to: 96 pounds for ;. -:: -I
! ( there run-and-name'm driver zilfin' Safety Pin. Starke Telegraph.It's send me that case of whiskey for ---------- -- ------- -. UJIO

o at least the flret pin.that moat Christmas: I have never tasted -
thru.-Tarpon Springs Leader Obelisk 12 Ibs. for J:::. __ J
_
came --?--- ---- -- _..
of them ever .I l contact with. --
little yeast has sent many a good bottle east. --0-- such marvelous whiskey and I keeptaatlng f. --tftfv

o It may work out alright when Ouch! -Newf Port JRlchey.Preen It.. '24 pounds for = .:1 _ J
,
I1' == -- ------ ---- -=:-------... $1110
Insist on share of the -o- -- The whlhaky you have sent for : -
you your
*- First baseball game ,of the season next Thursday.o road-If you are driving a truck.- Every town baa..man who Is always Christmas Is marve'oua. I keep Also White Ring, 12 Ibs. for __!.*...------__ ,4&
Starke Telegraph. But not always loaded down with a lot of tasting It and how kind of you to ">

k Macclenny Press. free Jobs,, chairmanships aiid sec send me thiah wonderlous whlhsky 21 pounds for '.:.1!..
j5 Cigarettes seem to be in demand by robbers these days. -o- retary-ahlps that take all his time for Xmas which I keep tasting.It's -------- -------. ,-' ---------"- ,...._ 90e

o The strawberry movement In and pays BO salary.'His townspeople really really is mlsklnd of 96 pounds for _'_ __
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I Florida berries in quarts are outselling Louisiana pints. Starke and Lawtey up to the 22nd do not refer to him as a sue you to keep sending me thoiahwlskshy -

a of April, netted the growers U l- cess, but somehow,always manageto in cases which I keep taah Also Pillsbury, 12 lbs. for -------------________ 50c
-o 242.BS la caah returns. A tidy little slip him the Jobs that do not lug for Xmaah and taahlng his tookdlckory

Florida veterans have been paid a total of ten million dol- sum.-Macclenny Press.e pay.' When there is a good job to dock. 21 pounds for _____ sSt\\
------------------------ ___
s Jars '_'-- -- give out someone,else is given the What kind kind wishky ole man
Speaking of an Involved situation job.-Kelliher (Minn.) Forum. how ex: thash es etremely marel- FREE 1 package Ballar 's Biscuit Flour with
o there Is a man who his first 0 ous to tash Exmus you great '
pays one pkff. of Bollard's Cake Flour for
In a bootlegger's mind caps are always associated with wife $60 a month alimony. He getsIt J. $., Butch, able superintendent friend thathanlc you ole for ex- .-------_J5e

cops. from his second wife, who drawsIt of the Florida prison farm, recom- treextra extrea whwhlslhky inin- ESS' IUUUIIUIU/ JIIIMIIIIM tllUIIIIIIIIIIIUIII UlUUIIIIIIIlU Illlllllllllll Ulllllllllllt fiu,
as alimony from her first bus mends that a new branch of the mauls cashaase 6 1-4 you.
o 3 Cakes Amorita Cold Cream Soap for 25c and
Klndse kisses Klaemas and xMu ,
band.-Kelllber (Minn.) Forum.o state penal Institution be erected,
$ ; Don't borrow your neighbor's paper-subscribe for your -- --- and that It be used only for younger <@< 1-2 1-2PPA. 3 packages Light House Cleanser -------_FREE\\

own. Before you do too much kickingon criminals. The suggestion Is beIng Bherrio or pound and *126g.
o the amount of taxes paid for lauded by the.state press, and SHERRIS PL' @&l-26g. No. 2 Cans Rosedale'Pineapples, sliced or

Taxpayers of the state need relief about as badly as the our schools, figure how little It Is rightly so for tt would thus segregate Howey Tribune. crushed for -'- ---__________________.. .__ 19t
compared to books and "extras.".:... I novices from the experienced o

schools .. Starke Telegraph. Ain't it the criminals, and'gdre. ;.them'more New River bridge on the Pa-: 1 Ib. Jars Peanut Butter for -------------_____ J5e
o truth. Wewahitchka Breeze. chance of coming.out without crlm latka-Lake City short cut highway

s, Perhaps' you have heard it, but the latest in dress goodsis --o- mat ideas.-Ocala Banner. eleven miles west of Starke, Is to Cumberland Ground Coffee, 1 Ib. cartons, 2 for _tat
---- --
The first yodeler got his inspiration -
be
formally dedicated 14
May un
the new baby. from a cat fight-Starke Thursday closing; starts in many der the auspices of the Lake But Good Green Coffee, 10 pounds for __________ $!AO
o Telegraph. And some yodeler Florida towns this week.-Starke ler Woman's
Club announces the
give one an inspiration: to fight abuzz Telegraph. Down,in this neck o' Pork and Beans 5 cans forL 2St
;, If'a notary public is to be taxed, it should be on the order Beach woods Thursday ,closing, has been Lake Butler Times This bridge is -------------------
saw.-Delray Ham-
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of an income tax., _'' mer. in vogue lo these many years. Also longest constructed structure of concrete of Its and kind is the on La Touraine Coffee, lib can _________________ 2St\\
Friday,
Saturday Monday and
"
road No. 28. Heretofore there h
This sign on ; St. Johns Riverboat Tuesday closing. The only day our
Just the Times-Union that fish liars do been
reminding not a wooden
bridge across
: "These chairs are for ladies merchants are Dot In a habit of asFruit '
have to wait for spring in Florida. Gentlemen will not use them until closing some time during the day, river and owing to the Jars--Fruit Jars--Fruit Jars

. o the ladles are seated."-Times-Un- is Sunday. And some of 'em have swamp that skirts the stream and
to close overflows during the wet season, it i
Ion. That would be reversing the Sundays too, or stay open Get Our Prices
It was considerate of the manufacturers to drop sugar usual procedure. all the week.-Bronaon Journal. was necessary to build a bridge

prices during Florida's juice season. -o-- a will nearly be a half mile long. The bridge C E R T 0- __, __ __ ________________________ 2ft
The tendency place taxes on dedicated to the World War
Says a country in a short
o paper amusements and squalled luxuries dead of Bradford and Union coun {Wilson's Certified Tripe in Milk for 2Je
obituary notice: "He was a man large cans
Itii Times-Union philosopher opines that old age gives a mana who had suffered much. ,He had Is waning year by,,ear although ties. The JonesLangfordWultePost

a broader view but a slimmer chance.A been a subscriber to this paper it is not surprising"to,see such a of the American Legion, CORNED BEEF, per can ____________________ lOc!
bill introduced. Bujely legislature which is made up of members from
since its- first number.
o Dalton
can find some:way lo raise rev nue both counties, will be asked to RED KIDNEY BEANS 3 for 23c
is giving out Democratsbut (Ga.) Citizen. cans ____________
postofFice a place nothing to without penalizing the public for a place a memorial tablet on the

the mail, says the Brunswick Pilot. There -o- desire for recreation or the better bridge. Several committees have DRIED APPLES, 3 packages for ,__ sat
used to be a popular song _----------
things In life. The amusement tax been appointed by the Lake ButlerWoman's

An exchange has discovered 0 one thing about politicians a called Meaning"Every of Little Its Own.Movement" The pop-Has and time so-called luxury tax is a war- Club to take care of the DRIED PEACHES, 2 packages for ___________ 2St
4 measure. It has no place in a celebration, which will feature mu

4 .-they have mora sense than the voters they fool. ular"Every song Little In Florida town at has this a can-times Dally peace,Democrat.time program.-Tallahassee sic, speaking, a fish fry and other PRUNES, Drt-Pak, package ________________ lOt

o didate for Governor of Its) Own."- amusements. This bridge completesthe

No one seems to particularly blame the father of nine- St. Petersburg Citizen.O Among----o the beauties_of_ nature and highway western.connecting sections of the the eastern state 10 lb. Bags SUGAR for _______________________ 50t

teen children for shooting a stork in his backyard. We always---enjoy-'-the--Bradford Florida sunsets and' moonlight. and makes a'short route to the 10 Ibs. RICE for _____________________________ S9e
3 Starke Telegraph. Also blondes, east coast from states to the
o north
County Telegraph editorials. They jrunettes. and Utlanettes. New and west. Times-Union. 10 Ibs. New No. 1 Irish Potatoes for ____________ #
It's tough to reduce to be in style and then find that to combine good philosophy with local Port Richey PressrWe infer
that
p remain stylish you have to put the curves on again. and the editors state-wide touch comment elbows with showing other I you don't getup early enough to WAY---0-BACK WHEN 10 Ibs. Great Northern Beans for ______________ 5St


Forty million pounds of snuff o were used in this country Citizen.than Starke folk.-St. Petersburg Democrat see the aunrlae.Sprinkled,,- Moore with a Haven liberal (Contributed.- ) 10 Ibs. Baby Lima Beans for ____v:._____________ tft

}1 last year, showing it is almost as popular as a dip in the surf. o number beauties.-of Bronaon Florida'Journal.orange-fed Do(say you remember thirty, forty way back) when
The beat way to Insure a abort Being years OUR PRICES ARE RIGHT
o honeymoon Is to take It In a stolen somewhat of an actst,.we'appreciate You never saw your sweetheart'

Rumor has it that some members of the Florida legislature car.-Starke Telegraph. But It beauty In any form.-New limbs,

; draw a line on accepting invitations to visit Chattahoo- might also be a good way to Insure Port Richey-Press- -,,,_. But Judged her by her ears? PLOW LINES, 36 feet length, pair ____________ 35e

_ j 'chee. Immediately a fairly thereafter.permanent-address Bron- A prisoner serving- time for hay The kids were washed each Sat, PLOW TRACES, full length, pair _Kt

t 0 son Journal ing more than the legal number of urday night STRAWBERRY
wives was asked how it felt to be Their daddy cut their hair HOES --------------- S5e
;:z If the Chinese proverb, "When a nation makes many laws Papers carrying-a oil news in FlorIda free again.-Stark* '(Fla.) Telegraph Their suits were made from the1uncle's r' KELLEY AXES _' ::______ $lJ6SSSSIH
; it has begun to die" is true, then this country is dead from Which reminds us of the pants.

:k.4 \the neck up. .week can with cover one word the -subject progressing.'every story of man who was weak and And they wore no underwear.The Mwwl.... .WIIII'.11' kuuuiniHuH mmm\t.' \ .wmwl... '" Siii E355J

0 '-Starke Telegraph. As long as naturally unlucky, and so he got New Lot Wolverine Work Shoes for Men Coming
married three times inside of women padded, but did not
...; First shipment of watermelons of the season from Isle of that word there truly Is real describes hopes of the It taking situation year. He was convicted and sentenced a- pain -- This Week --

"i Pines to Chicago sold for $6.25 each wholesale., Too high for a lot of other words to tell of to four years. He seemed Nor smoke, nor drink, nor vote;

;a darkey to enjoy. striking oil some of these days.Ironaon .- greatly relieved. As the expirationof The men wore boots and'UtUe stiff A New Lot of Those Good "Pay Well" Overalls for
;1" his term hats.
Journal. grew near, be wrote ,
0 from the penitentiary to his lawyer And whiskers like a goat. Men and Boys. .
o
4':f' Jiggs in Tarpon Springs Leader reminds his readers that The commission to study the ; with the plaintive query "Will:
will be Mother's and It be safe for me to come out?"- Not a soul had appendicitis Men's 220 Weight Hi-back Overalls S8e
'Iv', ; Sunday Day the last Saturday in this tate unemployment problem at ao Nor : for _
Kelliher Minn. thought of
( ) Forum. buying glands
R,:: ,'month 'will be Poppy Day. bID much, would a day at, proposed least solve In)a the senate unemployment --o- The butcher gave his liver away.; Boy's 220 Weight Hi-Back Overalls, 3s to 8s ____ 69c

*orl / 0 \ problem for members Prep But charged you. for his hams.

1 Among the new Inventions is an umbrella with a radio In of the board.-Starke Telegraph. How can a masatarve to death 9s to 14s _' 79e

-' it. Nifty idea one permitting user to listen in on the And perhaps they need the Jobs for In Florida$95 a ton, with? jr: g legs selling Your You never beer had a six bank account, 15 *
to
-:-:TJmea-Union. gave : per cent J _, 89c
than '
worse most of the test. of the -.. _A_
a, ,:weather report during a rainstorm. oiks.-Bronaon Journal How many"lumpswould'a frog The1red girl got three bucks,a

0rif o catcher have to male to ,collect a week: Also Stripes for the same ricesMen's'

;;I, One of the best bills to be introduced at this,session provides ""President Hoover had two bot- ton With?-Starke frog Telegraph. And twelve bones, paid the rent.

that new counties cannot be organized unless they can Porto Ups of can Rico Juice thrown he brought overboard In from by dozen the legs Times-Union selling for must$1.50per You could stand each: night when Pepperall's'Pincheck Pants for 89c

,J'!!,:show a population of at least,ten thousand. inspectors. They are hard-boiled think we are raising whales down work was o'er. v "*
t&- 0- with the president and "leaky" here.-Moore Haven Democrat. With one foot on th*'rail Work Shirts for men and boys

Judging from And your hips ,.. .
supported not
"croaking we a
,t"' Inverness Chronicle is about right in saying "A hard- congressman. says the Starke Tele- hear. Maine could furnish quits : thing Men's Union Suits for IDe
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raph. Just how old was that cane ______- _
'!boiled tax collector could do more to remedy our present juice anyway.-Macclenny Press. number of tons of the litUs tailless Except ;your own shirt tall. _

lt.troubles:<,< than all the new laws that could be devised." Depend upon a Baker county cm- Florida animals idle as rich.a delectable for the You had reai friends Men's Shorts and Undershirts for____ each, 49e5SS
-Lisbon Fall and touted
sea to ask just such a !
queeUOII.lPerhapa
-. 0- O (Me.) Enterprise., them, ma warn &iiiiiiiiiiiii''nmuta, ES3 HSU C55S
i -
tt.' 'The list of disappointed gubernatorial.candldates after you have noticed that It la. charred You Your knew' they were sincere; NEW LOT LADIES,DRESS GOODS COMING IN

1\J:\ next year's primary is going to resemble ,the roster of.European the home owners who take prideIn Ida the foe wife would meet you with a
smile : '
''' monarchs who have been retired to private life. ondlUon keeping their property; in good life-termers pardon than board,the releases.courts more,can When you brought bom* a can of EVERY FEW DAYS Trices lOcap-all good fast

; /(I i . 0 'i.. i are penalized are usually with an the extra ones who tax !onvtet. ;If that is true.what hope beer. color materials '

t :; Railroads entering Florida 'are finding that much inter- assessment Starke Telegraph. ave we of comhaUog the crime .
wan T CARD OF THANKS
:;'J}:''eat is being shown In their summer excursions[ from all parts Which is one of the greatest Indictments nt How- St.can Petersburg th!,board Independ-release SS3S uniuii wws "rvmrt iiiiiiiiiiiiiii'liiiiiiiii mrmii l war'

t,; of the country. Florida is a good state in which to spend the against our "modern" eye.tern more, life-termers than convictedand We wish to thank our friends for Wanted Chickens, Eggs, Home Cured Meats, and
.. )1 of taxation A premium Is puton sent kindness shown in
entire year. up by the courts r-Brad- our bereave- Other Country Produce
laaIne"-Wewah.ltcbka Breeae. ford County; Telegraph. Oh that Is. ment and especially do we thank '
.'J 0 ----o-- Just one of those "dumb space fill-. Dr. Biggs for his untiring efforts ma ESS ssas ssssa u&sa ESS ESS? ass
:f'i' To relieve the usual impression that tourists a good It would appear as though the ers'. so during the illness
pay Starke frequently used by the editor and death of our Battery Set Radios, also Electric Radios and Re-
If.; part of the Florida gasoline tax during their stay in the winter Telegraph has a grudge of the Independent. He didn't dear husband and father. We also ,
,
against us since we said "Sometimes mean wish to thank ---: frigeratorsAndrews _--
anything-Just typet Our : our friends for the jl '
Tallahassee scribbler did little ,
.r\\ months a a investigationand the long: tailed cats are father people her understand him Broth beautiful floral offering -
'. ,: discovered that only a little more than six hundred thou- cats. However, the Ocala Star er Robinson. He's very feeble In :Mrs. R. N. Dowling. Mrs. Annie

..";. sand dollars were paid in during the winter than in the summer knows its psychology better than fact "Illoglcal..-St.' Petersburg ohns.,Mrs. T.D..,Dyal. Mr. E. Jtowllng. > StorerAGE

_____ '( of 1928-29. that fence It with got right up on the back Cltlsen Stormy; weather in "Theunahlne Mrs. Vernon M. Nuttall.
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