Group Title: Bradford County Telegraph.
Title: Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Uniform Title: Bradford County Telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke, Fla.
Starke Fla
Publication Date: May 15, 1931
Frequency: weekly
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Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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Volume ID: VID04811
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Charles M. Durrane is Second;

[0-Year Sentence (By Florida-Press- Association Automobile Tarns--Over Near Hathaway Tie Third and Others >>wtey to Prison-Farm and Hampton : .I Mr. Walter-Shands member of '

Correspondent.) Lawtey Connection With Road the state road department for this

- The end of the fifth week of the 28 Sought By Johns I. district was In WlUlston Thursday -
Jacksonville, May 11. Mrs Tallahassee, May 10.-cary A. In interview with him
Completes Work of legislature found the senate exactly morning. Money Saved by Pooling Order In
knit Court 45 per cent ahead of 1929 In Doris Avery, 36 May street, and Hardee. governor of Florida 1921- he told the editor of the Sun that
Spring Term Monday; Few the number of bills introduced, and Mrs. Bernice Galney, Starke, were 25, will be the next governor of the Senator Johns has Introducedtwo roads five and thirteen would: be' New OrganizationFor

Civil Cases the house desks have been piled' patients at St. Vincent's hospitallast .state in the opinion, of 29 of the road bills In the senate providing finished this year, allowing themidwinter -

almost 35 per cent higher with I night due to injuries sustained 57 state legislators participatingIn for hard surfacing of the traffic to use them. several years a few farmers rc '

alias Walter than two As in an automobile accident near a straw vote conducted by the road extending west from Lawteyand The balance of thirteen from Otter , In various communities In the coun
falter Zarnow, measures years ago. Lawtey yesterday afternoon. Ac- Democrat last week. Ballots were connecting with the highway Creek to Rosewood will be let'. ty have ordered their fertilizers together h,
the of this week
cox and Paul Levuer, station pairIng Monday morning cording to Dr. F. W. Krueger the sent to the '34 nwUbers of the leading from starke to the state at the same time that five Is let.' to get lower prices and save ,

; up the Kahr filling weeks dawned, legislators found them- attending physician neither of the legislature and $7} cast ballot. prison farm. This connecting link These contracts will call for three on freight rate. This year these

south of town a few selves facing over 1000 bills and women Is believed to be in a crit- Charles M. Durraace, Jacksonville -, would tap state road 13 at Lawteyand projects one on thirteen and two on Farmers with the assistance of ;

plead guilty Saturday mornIn they had only 23 working days re- ical condition, although both are state attorney, received the ''I state road 48 at or near Da five. The work will start at Willis-. their county agent, Mr. L. T Dyer

circuit court to the charge maining. badly bruised and cut. next highest number of first choice mon's crossroads. The second ton and work at the name time in have decided to combine forces in
[robbery while armed, and each By the end 'of this week, more The accident Is believed to have votes with six. Dr. Fons. A. Hathaway road the senator is seeking to have opposite directions from here a county-wide organization to effect }

elved a sentence of ten yean instate than 1300: bills will have been in- happened about 3 o'clock when the Stafford Caldwell and! surfaced Is road 68 running east ) Mr. Shands stated that a report a still larger saving. r

penitentiary from Judge troduced and since only two score car In which they were' going from Franklin O. King .tied for third' from! ; Hampton_ and connecting: with from the district enginer that he Some time ago this Idea was
t. Adkins. The robbery was of the measures had passed both Starke turned over place In first choice votes with state road 28 near Theresaa. The had received this week showed that worked out with some of the lead Flag

tted on April 14th.the ban- houses up until last Saturday it, twice. Russell Creek McDuff avenue three each. bills require the state road departmeat the grade on five would all be com- farmers of the county and an' 4

Mid two women companions was evident the two-session days and Enterprise street, the driver John S. Taylor of Largo, candi- to complete surfacing on both pleted within sixty days and that organisation formed known as the '
aping with approximately seven have to be increased to "three-a- and two other occupants of the date in the last primary and spoken roads during 1933. the laying of the rock would then Bradford County Farmers Bureau'

irs in cash. They were later day" It' the calendars are ,to be car, a woman and a little boy of as one of the chief contend The bills as Introduced are as require about ninety days. This with S. L. Crewi, president; O. W.

ested in Jacksonville by officers cleared. Probably a third of all whose 'names were not erported, era in the present! race, polled but follows: means that the rock will all be laid Andrews, vice-president, and A. J.

owing a hold-up of a fruit truck bills introduced will never reach were not Injured. two first choice votes but was An Act providing for the grading over the entire length of five in Grlffls, secretary and treasurer. IfConstitution

| the Fernandina road. the floor of either house, but real: The accident Is said'to have occurred given second place by 15 of the paving, and hard surfacing of Levy county and the road open for and by-laws were
y r one of the women were.lo- speed will be necessary If an extra when the front wheels of ballots mailed In. Former Governor State Road Numbered 114 and 121, travel by Thanksgiving. The top adopted and a county-wide meet:

led by officers at the time of .rtt session is to be avoided. Despite the car, a roadster, locked.A Ijardee polled 11 second choice extending from a point on State dressing will then be put on after hag will be held In the near future; 1

Ruby Greenfield of Jackson- complete willingness of Senators telephone call from Dr. Biggs' votes and Stafford Caldwell. nine. Road No. 13 starting at Lawtey, the heavy winter traffic Is over.- to elect a board of directors.The .

be, and following the sentencingthe and Representatives to accomplish of Starke summoned a Burns A Florida running westerly to StAte Wllllston Sun.Schools. secretary reports that he
I two men to the state penl- all that remains to be done in record Clymore ambulance at 3:40: o'clock. Road No. 48; and providing that has enrolled a number of member '"

htiary, she was released from time observers of the legislature The injured women were taken to the State Road Department of the and has handled considerable bust 1

[..tody.i declare it will be a miracle If the hospital at Starke for first aid 200( BARRELS State of Florida shall provide in Given ness for them In the purchasing of

8 i spring term of circuit court practical measures are adopted for treatment, being transferred to St. their budget for the year 1932 for fertilizer. He believes that the organization t'
pleted its session Monday, and new revenue and the relief of real Vincent's later in the evening. sufficient funds to do and performsuch fills a long felt need and! =k

|er cases disposed of were: estate taxation within the limits of Mrs. Avery may have sustained FRUIt PACKED work. will soon prove of great value to u

eodore Padgett, three indict- the regular session. an injury to her back, Dr. Kruegersaid Be It Enacted by the Legislatureof Record AmountBradford the farmers. h?

knta charging assault with Intent "More has been accomplished but the extent could not be the State of Florida: In the formation of this farm-

I murder; cases continued and de- during the week Just finished than determined last night. Quality of Fruit Being Brought In Section 1. That ,all of State ers' organization Mr. Dyer stated

dsot.s bond set at 1000. at any one period during the pres- Causes Plant'to CloseTemporarily Road Numbered 114 and 121 ex- County Receives 93,149 that the plan has been used for &

|Bubber> Clark, assault with Inbt -' ent term," E. Clay Lewis, speakerof PECAN SPECIALISTS AND tending from a point on State Road From May 1st Distribution year. In other counties and that ,

t to commit murder; case con-' the house, stated Friday nightat GROWERS WILL HOLD No. 13, starting at Lawtey, Flor- during the last four years they
ued and defendant's bond set at to State farmers of Union county have purchased t
running westerly
hotel at the
oo. his room in a cap- SERIES OF CONFERENCES The first week of operations of The largest amount of'money, an average of about 200
ital. He attended last Thursday'lseaslon -- returned to the schools on a'a'
Perry Johns and Paul Baisden, the Kruse cold pack plant saw pawed tons of fertilizer for cash through
after ill for two days, A series of at which e
being meetings monthly basis has been appor-
Ison continued. close to 200 barrels of strawberries their bureau at a considerable savIng
; Road Department of the State of ;
and forced to return to bed and will
was pecan growers specialists and tioned from revenue collection
Charlie Mercer, breaking and enIrtngr made ready for freezing Florida during the 1932, A. D. to them.It .
that night. "The chancery act discuss their marketing problemswill year to a state
during April, according
; verdict of not guilty.C. trucked to Jacksonville to go into Section 2. That the said State i is not the purpose of the organization ?:
which completed Its Journey thru be held In the various sectionsof ment Issued by W. S. Cawthon,
L. Johnson and horn cold storage. Eighty women and Road shall In Mr. Dyer further stat
Taylor, Department provide, r!
the house successfully will mean a the state's pecan belt during the state superintendent of public In.
girls were employed during the ed, to take business from the III
bbery continued. sufficient away
; their budget for the year 1932
stateSpeaker'? Lewis
lot to this latter half of this month. struction.
I Ben Melvin, forgery and utter- first part of the week stemming the funds and shall during the local dealers in fertilizer, but to secure ;I
declared. "This was a commend The principal speaker at these The May 1 distribution to the
fruit for when the -
packing, operators for the farmers their fertilizer
and of
g; a forgery defendant entereda 1932 forthwith :
; able'piece of work, in my estima- meetings will be S. H. Gibbons, field year proceed county school systems totals $U4021.70. ,-
that tbe flood of berries
of guilty to two indictments ,saw grade, pave and hard surface all at &he'lowe.t cash prices, quality ;
tion he added.RepresentaTIve. ot.tha National Pecan Cawthon said the next
manager V
threatened to etihs-the capacityof '
1 considered. This will encouragethem
was sentenced to two years on of state road numbered 114 and 121 '
i Indictment and sentence defer- .'TomaSe sum': Marketing Association.. A large' plant and they put a premiumfor extending from a point on State largest distribution was in May .to pay cash. It Is up to thtf ,,
d on second. med up the procedure of the weekas portion of the various programs the fruit to be brought to the Road No. 13, starting at Lawtey, last year: farmers to take advantage of this ,
will be devoted to round-table discussions i The funds, apportioned on a
follows "The legislature has stemmed.
I Willie Petterman, charged withrgery plant already Florida, running westerly to State opportunity to cooperate with his
and to short talks by monthly basis of average dally at- '
materially in the past This of handling fruit
and uttering a forgery, was progressed I change Road No. 48, out of and from such neighbors and save money
and specialists.A tendance, will go to counties in
week most particularly in com- growers would have saved the situation
und not proceeds and resource of the State I .
guilty by a jury.
mittee work. There has been a meeting for Union, Bradfordand Wednesday if growers had observed the following amounts: I
I John Holmes Road available for the
Indicted for murr Department BALDWIN STRAWBERRY I
Clay county growers will be Alachua, 911.795.60; Baker, '2192.26 ,-
In most unusual number of expressions the rules and brought the kind
flrst construction of roads at that time
| degree, entered a plea of desires to cooperate by held at Starke at 3 o'clock, Monday of berries demanded by the plant. Bay, 94.821.40; Bradford, ASSOCIATION FORMED
Of Section S. That all laws or parts
f guilty manslaughter and was .
25. nravard. 55 048. ":. Brow- -
afternoon S3.14.V
May ,
the magnitude of witnesses at the As It.was, some growers took ad- -' -- ;
to of laws In conflict herewith are
I pttnced Andrew serve five years, many committee beatings. :My These meetings are being ar- vantage of the opportunity offeredto ard, 93,882; Calhoun, 93,074.70; Baldwin, May 11.-Plans for the 1',

C. Baxley, incest; found previous prediction that this leg- ranged by county agents, and unload a very Inferior grade of hereby Section repealed.. That this Act shall Charlotte, 91,252.45; Citrus, U,- development of a strawberry Industry
I jot Robert Nolan islature,would be very intolerantof growers may see Mr. Dyer for fur- fruit on the plant, some selling take effect immediately this 020.20; Clay, 92,093.05: Collier, In Baldwin and vicinity have l',
and Oit upon
--- --- Prevatt, details in 9633.40 Columbia 95,982.00 Dade been Initiated locally by the organization
superfluous legislation is being ther or possible changes stemmed fruit with only the top law. ; ;
ult t with becoming a '
mtlnued. Intent to murder; case further affirmed dally and I look the date.SINGING. layers of the cups stemmed, others 941.743.40; DeSoto, 93.487.25; Dix- of the Baldwin Strawberry ;
half-rotten ie, $1,616.90; Duval, '4 ,171.45. Growers Association, headed by J.
for the enactment of such constructive with with bird-picked
George Neal, murder In first de- legislation as will be enacted ASSOCIATION berries and green fruit ranging An Act providing for the grad Escambla. 918,864.45; Flagler, M. Oliver, as president. Other of'e'e
; continued. MEETS IN VALDOSTA ing and hard surfacing of .80 Franklin 91,613.20 Gads-' ficers of the association are 0; C. x
l Sapp receiving stolen will at the same time forecast if trace of red to show ripening. State Road No. 68, extending froma den, 99,953.70; Gilchrlst. 91,310.05; Fraser, treasurer, and W. J. Over-

I roperty waiter; continued., an extraordinary session will be The Ninth Annual Session of the Handling of I r.this- fruit slowed point on State Road No. 13 start. Glades, 9723.35; Gulf, $978.65; street secretary

Idle Mansell, burning woods; necessary."' Georgia-Florida Singer's Association down,,the plant .to such'an extent Ing at Hampton Florida, running Hamilton 3263.40; Hardee, U,- At a recent meeting of the association -
pressed. will convene in Valdosta, Ga., that the operators) were forced to easterly to State Road No. 28; and 377.10; Hendry. 9915.75; Hernan- talks were heard by men ,
Ben Melvin, desertion and non- Much of the time of th6 legislature next Saturday and Sunday, May stop buying and endeavor to save providing that the State Road De- do, 91.916.60; Highlands 93,437- familiar with the strawberry industry

pport; continued. last week, and particularlyin 16th and 17th. Mr. J. W. Lanier, what fruit they had bought by reworking partment of the State of Florida, 80; Hlllsborough, 950,362.45: ; in the Starke and Lawtey ,
Hudson Morgan throwing dead- the house, was taken up with who has been President of the Association It. Crate after crate of shall provide In their budget. for Holmes, 94,843.30; Indian River, territory and by others Interested ,

missile.nto> auto; nolle .pressed.i discussion concerning schools and since it was organized. the worthless fruit was hauled the year 1932 for sufficient funds 2812. Iin the development of the new industry -

i ClvU Cases the legalizing of racing and parl- states that he Is expecting the befit Thursday morning by city to do and perform such work. Jackson, 912,661.40 Jefferson, here. A number of local
I C C. Sweat vs S. A. L. dam- mutuel betting. Heavy work by He has away business men and farmers have already '?',
Ry.. Convention in its history. forces to be dumped, all of Wed- Be It Enacted by the Legislature 95,864.50: Lafayette, 91.526.25;
gea $1500; continued. committees was realized with regard the promise of some of the best nesday night being spent in sal- of the State of Florida: Lake, 97,709.15; Lee, $5,279.90; pledged the planting of acreage ,

Bank of Starke v" Frank Had- to both of these matters and quartettes in the country as well as vaging what fruit was worth saving Section 1. That all of State Leon. 98,321.30; Levy, 94,469.60; to strawberries for next sea-

er, et ala, damages 91,000; de- the two shared In demands for investigations many prominent song leaders. The at a loss of more: than $200 to Road No. 68, extending from a Liberty, 91,387.50; Madison, $6- son. ;t
endant withdrew plea and con- of lobbying. Seeingthe Convention which has been held In the point on State Road No. 13 start- 391.75; Manatee, 98,234.35; MarIon W. N. Coleman has taken an active y.

W.ted to judgment. I hours go by with but little else the Rita Theatre the last two years The plant.plant was shut down for reorganization Ing at Hampton Florida, running 911,135.15; Martin, 91,496.65; part In the organization of the ; r

In. M. Bryan vs C.W. Ford.
tt.000; continued. lems of investigation that were Street Baptist Church. Amplifying and tentative plans are for reopen- be graded paved and hard surfaced 0&O.65. pledging to plant several acres of

Cooper. WeUs Co., 'vs. J. L. practically fruitless, legislatorswere outfit has been secured from ing today or Saturday. Inspection by the State Road Depart- Okaloosa, 94,007.10; Okeechobee berries. L. C. Oliver and Dr. W.

rtver, damages 9500: ; defendant impatient whenever any new Mr. W. E. Aycock, of Moultrie, Ga., of fruit Is likely to be established ment of the State of Florida duringthe 91,285.75: ; Orange 915.602.90: ; Os- I D. Brinson were also among tbe
Ihdrew plea and of a lobby or suggestion make it for Beach first to pledge the planting of beery ; '
consented to question which will possible and unless the operators can secure year 1932, A. D. ceola. $3,566.80; Palm 915-
-Bent of an Investigation was made. This those on the outside to hear the what they must have the plant will Section 2. That the said State I 110.80; Pasco, 93,637.10; Pinel las, crops.

Endicott Johnson vs J. L. Shrivr'dIUages feeUng helped in the decision by singing. Plenty of room will be likely be closed..,wlthUv the next Road Department shall provide, In 920,485.05; Polk, 927,069.20; Put I _
$ISOO.' defendant with- the house to act for the next two reserved for the singers on the in- few days. their budget for the year 1932, nam, ie.OBP.8D. BOUTS CUT SHORT A AY

rev plea and consented to Judg- weeks.and at two sessions a day. side. All singers and lovers! of 'Imfflclent funds and shall during, St. Johns 95.677.75; St. Lucie, --- .,.
enl only upon matters pertaining to finance Gospel songs are invited to attend 4-H CLUB MEMBBK9 TO the 'year 1932 proceed forthwithand 92.662.15; Santa Rosa $6,812.70; cut
and taxation, education ana'I this Convention. HOLD ANNUAL PICNIC grade, pave and hard surface Sarasota, 93,801.75; Seminole 98- The bouts were suddenly
TlS GREEN DOCS IN banking.In .. all of State Road No. 88 extending 293.70; Bumter 94,493.65; Suwan- short last week when Vernon Roweof 'Y

TAHPADOSP1TAL sustaining the governor'sveto REVIVAL TO BE HELD The fifth annuak4-H Club picnic from a point on State Road No. 13 nee, 96,465.73: ; Taylor, 93,910.90; Lawtey knocked out John Dolan
of the original inheritance tax AT METHODIST!: CHURCH will be held at Worthington starting at Hampton, Florida, run- Union, 2242.20; Volusla. 914.355- of Waycross, Ga., In the first round u

Curtis Green.19 yea, old, died bill, the senate and house evinced 11.1 Springs on Saturday, May 23rd. ning easterly to connect State 70; Wakulla, 9X965.65; Walton, of a scheduled ten round bout. .tLawtey'won 1,

boepltaJ in Tampa Saturday majority desire to place the public i Mayor Wall kindly and thoughtfully All club members, their parents, Road No. 28, out of and from such 95,365; Washington, ,S6IUO. In the semi-final Tom knockout Beck,
r a three y****' ln ss:: iM-! schools of Florida on the basis of assured us of cooperation and friends who are Interested In proceeds and resources of the State _J a technical ,

ralaervlces were conducted from a statewide eight months' term, upon the part of the town of club work, are Invited to attend. Road Department available for the SET DATE OF FARMERS over Model A Ford, who sustltuted
e .
Wells funeral finances to come Starke. Nothing could be more of roads at that time. for Red Tyson of Jacksonville.In
parlors Sunday, but to do so by The program will consist of construction I AND GROWERS: SESSION
'fternooa by Rev. Anderson of from some more annually'definite encouraging and helpful than such swimming outdoor and Indoor Section 9. That all laws or parts the first preliminary Indian "
eland and interment tax to be collectedon and needed cooperation. conflict herewith are Herring, of Starke, won his second -
'vtas. in source than a voluntary games a program by Little Springs of laws In
OakJaWQ and Fruit' knockout over
cemetery deceased persons. Our local churches are looking :forward Tenth annual Farmers successive
the estates Club talks on club work by visiting hereby repealedSection
a."... a 'Datlve 'of '"-Bradford. The Inheritance tax bill passed last to a great revival Every extension workers, and a 4. That this act shall Growers) Week at the University of Charley Burns of Jacksonville
couQt, the placement of all Christian and every unbeliever effect' this Florida will be held in Gainesville James Butler Green Cove. Springs
er, lath-' week calls for spread dinner. A full day of fun, take immediately upon
with the general mould take part In the meetings- beginning August 10. Dr. Wilmon won a judges' decision over Mao
; money so received enjoyment recreation and Instruction becoming a law.
&tate" . MeetIngs Newell director announced Friday Davis of Sampson City. In the, 'r
nan. Green of this fund of the sUte. With the senate All are invited and urged has been planned. 9 '
tlt.14re church :More than 1,700 farmer. from exhibition, Mlllard Crawford of Ft,
distribute conducted
held'i, passing: 27 to 3, a bill to Plans for a similar picnic are being PECAN BELT TO HEAREXTENSION of Hell-
lastyear' Crawford
attended and Lease
evangelistBegins 57 Florida counties Myers
teacher-unit Rev. H. E. Ezelle.
Rn RaJpb LanIer of school money on a by worked out for the club mem- LECTURES
thta. Mis 17th, "week Dr. Newell said. bronn Springs, fought to a draw.
Sunday. May ,
rg Anne BeUe Green : basis instead of the present system bers of Bradford county at a later t
lkkaonv1Ue. through two The extension courses will be All of these bouts were refereed by
Mra. Eva TUU8 of of average daily 11 a m.. date.
Groh' and MLa Letthao the next step for the house along weeks 8:00 p. m. Later announce- Agricultural extension service offered at the University of Florida Dick Gore of Jacksonville.i t.
I at the University of Tier and farmers attending the '
and two broth- the line of adequate educational ments. NURSE LOCATE* IN.LAKE. workers '
Creea Carl of Lee burg. and Scott,, provisions will be a decision as to BUTLER ida Friday announced a series of "week" will live on the campus BERRY SHIPPIN! SEASON }
of Starks All used for and THEATRE OPENS SATURDAY meetings In the Bute's pecan beltdurinI' of the state school. The program
ova of these rela- : what funds are to be I ABOUT OVER
"ere JI-rn-;;; : of May. will Include addresses, monstra
present for the funeral by the common schools of Florida. Theo reopens Saturday Hiss Ida has been the meeting s
except Gaiety
. the sister In Chlcago.Qt .- .I One measure that has come up according to announcement employed for the last* four years' The first of the series lions, and exhlblU. The past week ending Wednesday 4'
19. -
-City Courier, :May 12th.CCMETERY for action every two years for the the owner Mrs. Pearl O. Mad-I as nurse for the Florida Industrial will be held at Pensacola May PARTY POSTPONEDOwing only around 7000 crates of berries
: past several sessions seems to have dox of Archer. Western plays and' School for Girls, has resigned her The next will be at Milton will the TACKY going out from the SUrke-

WORKING been set aside once again. After comedies will be booked for this position with the school and will same nightOther meetings Illness membersof Lawtey platforms' marking the
about two!'I line of workIn be held at Laurel Hill May 20; at to among *
senate her chosen
7b4 Public having passed the night each week. Silent productions take up Montlcello, the entertainment committee, stowing down of fruit and endingof
is notified of a cemetery weeks ago. the workman's compensation will be used for the time being Lake Butler as private duty Chlpley, May 21; at the shipping season Figures] h
t Working at Mount SInai coma indefinitely post I Miss Merritt it a graduate :May 22; at Live Oak the night of the tacky party planned week '
wry OQ bill was Mrs. Maddox planning InIstall nurse. the Woodmen Circle on were not available for this (
I.U IDterQted next Wedne day_ fay ;Otis. poned by the house last week, after sound equipment at a later registered nurse and her friends May 22; at Gainesville May 23; given the night by of May 20th has been and the totals for the season will N
I 29 and at
and filet' with are invited to come brief 'discussion on Tuesday and I,date and to Increase the number fed they are fortunate In havingher at SUrke May : postponed to a later date. be carried In the next issue
the work of beau- locate In Lake Butler. vine. May 26.
I It will operate. ,
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I the finance and taxation committee for at least $2.t\O\-=as 1YII\Y l3', 111I1
H followed veto of a similar INTERESTING ARTICLE ON per year from "' -..
NewsSenate I pracUcauy
TownBY =/ Legislative ,I measure by Governor Cal Iton. The, IDe start That la the a

|governor said he doubted the constitutionality er-s side of the **|
of the orlrinal bill the paper-maker the
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:TA l K bill number 368, by Gary son, of Clay. The St. Johns river, and was opposed- to giving- the lea are even more favorable et
known a* the "1031 License Tax Including Doctor's Lake bordering funds to schools- because of uncertainty ern paper mills pay ,
( Act ha brought strong protests on Clay county, would be designated of total revenue. The new following excerpts are from and forget there was ever a slumpin cord for pulpwood JS l to .
OUR PRINTER) from the retail interests throughout as salt water, under the bill provided that revenue estimated an article written by John H. Per- Florida. You wouldn't guess it, by northern measure, only lit)

We were just wandering around the state. Certain provisions bill's provisions at $2.000.000 to $4,000,000 annually ry, prominent newspaper publisher observing; what the state has done fifths as large as the Florl Iotir,
town the other day enjoying the in the proposed Intangible tax bill, I should go into the state's of this state, appearing in the in roads and bridges alone in the WHICH is based on flVe-foot *<
\\i e +' are also being protested, particu- The Flcrida senate Friday voted general funds. May issue of Review of Reviews I five years since the boom ended. Raw'material for paper I
sunshine And thinking of the larly as relate to a high mirage 31 to 4 in favor of a state inheri- and containing some interestingfacts I went over the Old Spanish a fifth then of the top c0811 Gel)

change for tea betterment of against bank deposits, which are tance tax law, providing that all Equal distribution, on a teacher concerning this state: Trail from Jacksonville to New nortlu Pure water I fa Price bI
11: of Stark since our arrival here known to fluctuate radically during revenue shall go to the general unit plan, of the public school fund The news from Florida la good Orleans. Five years ago it was a and In many Places in

i d W, several years ago. Contractors the year. state fund. Governor Carlton recently I among the various counties of the news.. four-day drive from Jacksonville to hard to get Artesian T water,
, ) were Just laying payment on several vetoed an Inheritance tax state was approved by the houseof For the past five years every Pensacola at the Imminent risk of ly available in Florida, Is
:. I / y of cur streets the!':!. Among The house Thursday took stepsto bill passed by the legislature because [' representative Monday, as the body has been hearing bad news. wrecking the car. Today many I that the water supply ot the 80
, prevent enactment of work It The coUcpse of the land boom the motorists do it in of Pensacola ia
the outstanding' Improvement are diverted revenue to law-makers convened to begin the a day, 383 milesin used by ,,\
r '+ the new home of Messrs.. E. :M. men's compensation legislation, by school* An attempt to insert a sixth week of deliberations hurricanes, the fruit fly, the bank eight hours. in their batteries Instead lUo\.or'oI1I or
:' {.Johns and Nat Sternberg. They voting S3 to 36 to postpone Indefinitely similar clause In the bill was defeated - failures-those were sensational When Florida starts again to tilled waters Those are only
\\1,1 would do credit to a town even consideration of the bill 'Two bills of a general nature, In happenings and it Is the sensational advertise it will have something to of the advantages of Florid,
tJ' i f ;, larger' than Starke for they are already passed by the senate. The addition to the education proposal,I! that gets the headlines. tell the world. It will be the story paper-making region, which a
action came at conclusion of debate Representatives voted In favor also One Peonle PAd! thxm. anrl MM of substantial achievement of Industry ables William L. Wilson
il :, really beautifuL Major :Matthews: were passed a Joint reso- -- -- ---- --- -- -- ot P
"" and Dr. Biggs remodeled their, or nearly three hour of a resolution by RepresentativeDann luatlon sponsored by Rep. John El "Florida la finished. Precisely and agriculture, of the solid City to induce nn. ". n_ .,

f a' homes which are considered two of Pinellas; to investigate reports Mathews, of Duval, and a group of the opposite is true. Florida has things that make a common- per companies to spend tea,'
the beat In town. J. W. Andrews, Salary reductions for the governor of lobbying by the school other legislators, would send to the Just begun.I wealth. Every sensible man deplored lion dollars putting up m mill y
,f '1:.. Jr., erected a building to house his of Florida and many other committee of 16, the education survey electorate of the state in the 1932 have returned from a' motor the wild speculative craze to now In operation with eco
Ford garage that Is equally as state officials would be provided in commission, and representatives general' election a proposal to tour of four thousand miles, thru of six and seven years ago but When completed, it will employ
good as those found In large cities. a bill Introduced by Senator Tur- of school book publishers. lengthen the terms of office of I Florida and along the Gulf Coast many sensible men who did not thousand men turning out 2M
L fi: :Arthur Williams remodeled the ner, Cedar Key. The governor's Later the action was reconsidered county commissioners from two to i to New Orleans I have seen a let their heads get, tuned beganto of paper daily.Newsprint .
h front of his Magnolia Cafe. E. II. pay would be 'scaled down from when representatives objected to four years. The others, offered by hundred developments which were put money Into Florida then will come next
Smith erected a new home across $10,000 to n, OO. Justices of the Investigation of the committee of Rep. S. H. Strom, of Gadsden mere projects five years ago' now and have been putting It in ever
the street from his service station supreme court would be reduced 18 and the education commission. would repeal the laws, termed obsolete completed enterprises. I have seen' since. Now they are reaping. their): (Concluded on page 7.)
and is one of the nicest bungalow' from $9,600 to 7200., State's at- A second resolution by Dann, authorizing? the appoint- so much evidence of vitality and I rewards.

f 3; in town. J. W. Andrews, Sr., re- torneys now receiving $7,300: seeking to investigate lobbying by ment of rural school Inspectors.A ., energy, that I am convinced that Five years ago the tung-oil Industry -
modeled his house on Madison would be cut to $3,000 and other county school superintendents, was nothing can stop the march of of Florida consisted of an ....
street which Is now occupied by state's attorneys' salaries would be voted down. bill to require itinerant merchants Florida' progress.All experimental plantation of these
1 :Mr. and Mrs. Sterns Other 1mprovements reduced proportionately. | .to _post ''bond u.a pre-re-, that has happened in the Chinese trees, near the State Col- '..
too numerous to mention A bill to tax itinerant merchants qulslte to doing business In Florida past has been a spur to greater lege of.Agriculture at Gainesville, :
have been made and this just Depositors closed banks would operating' In the state be- and to provide for the assesment of effort for the future. Florida has Today the great paint and varnish t' /
r goes to show the progressiveness have prior claims over all obligations tween November 15 and February the stock of goods of itinerant merchants no economic ills that publicity and makers are relying upon Florida :
lips of our citizens and their belief in of the bank except federal,' on the same scale: as residentswas was Introduced in senate advertising cannot cure. Those for their chief supply of oil of $1'O.5.,; 5. ii"
the future of our town state, county and municipal taxes, Introduced by Repreaenative by Senator John W. Watson Mi and time. : the tung' nut-most valuable of all ...,
There la something' about Starke under terms of another bill introduced -! Roblneau, DadaForeclosure ami. The measure would make it The real estate collapse In Florida I oils for fine paints and varnishes. ,

that attracts the attention of Thursday. the duty of 'city and county tax was a drop in the bucket compared Thousands of tung nut trees are '-' ,
strangers It be of tax collectors to list the tax books with the shrinkage in security -
may the location, delinquent on now being planted each year and u.ncl.. :
4' the beauty of the place or the hospitality A pension of $40 monthly for sale certificates in leas than two the property of all merchants who values all over the world since In ever Increasing acreage. J. C. up fob"l:1JntiMi: :

i of our citizens, but any school teachers with 40 years or yeara after sale would be prohibited -, come within the classification of then. But who doubts that time Penney, chain store owner, has '
., how we like It here and Intend to more of service in public schools by a bill by Senator Bradshaw. itinerant merchants. The assessment will bring security prices back? purchased about 160,000 acres of ; ,.,: ,,., ': ,
remain We want our town to of Florida would be provided under Certificates would be redemed at would be made on merchants The drop In value of the shares of land near Jacksonville, and Is -- .'.,'.' ''', ,'., .',
be 110 that in our travels we caD a bill by Senator Turner. face value plus interest not exceed- who enter business between December a single New York bank Is greater planting' thousands of acres '''to -, /" .,. '''
ing 8 cent 1 and 15. Good than all the loss in Florida values. 'a"n..81' ,
truthfully say: "Sure, I'm from per annually. February Lung nut trees Bunte, the candy
l Starke, the center of the strawberry Installment payment of fines Incases and sufficient "surety bond of at The 8,500,000 shares of that one millionaire of Chicago is doing the -
and sweet corn section of Flor- of misdemeanor convictions Author of the bills charged filibustering least twice the amount of the tax bank dropped $500 a share, from same near the Ringling tract In ,
Ida." would be provided under a bill introduced tactics were used to de- to be imposed would be requiredand $585 to $Sf!. Figure it out for the vicinity of Pensacola Colonel

In the near future we Intend to, by Senator Swearlngen, lay passage of the redlstrlctlng conditioned Include paymentof yourself; it comes to two and three Lloyd Grlscom has some 40,000
N l give you a list, of notable people I Bartow, The Judge before whom measure, which divides the present any taxes assessed against ,the quarter billions! (And yet every- acres near Tallahassee, with thousands elJeftBUICK
i' from Starke and Bradford county the person was convicted wouldhave fourth district on the east, coast property one knows that bank is a* soundas of acres being' planted In

_ What they have done for our town authority to parole him to Into two "partll, the other districts Gibraltar.) Nothing approaching grapes. And hundreds of others are A
our county, our state and our coup' the custody of the sheriff pending remaining as at present Two Merchants, Insurance agents, and such a debacle ever happened planting satsumas, sand pears, := -
try. It will, take some time to payment of the total fine and trick amendments were submitted railroad and Insurance men appeared in Florida. Then multiply that one blueberries, tobacco and divers
1 gather all the data on this subject costs. by W. J. Steed of Osceola, one to before legislative committees bank by hundreds and add the products all over Florida.
Sd'k exempt Osceola county from the Monday to protest enactment of a thousands of industrial securities During the boom some people met
Believe it or not the first brick The house of representatives labor provisions of the bill because Steed bill to raise rate. of occupational that have suffered similar losses, talked about making paper in Flor

building In Starke was erected over committee Wednesday voted wants to secede and the other naming license taxes, to levy taxes on gross ,ida. Today they are doing it, and
fifty years ago and is still stand unanimously to report unfavorably the bill the "Lex Green Redlatrlcting receipts In excess of $ ,OOO, and to by fine of not less than $500 or Imprisonment they are going to make a great
Ing. It Is the old Odd Fellows Hall a bill that sought to require railroads Bill," honoring Robert Alexis tax: utilities. of three to five months deal more. ,Alfred L duPont and
between the railroad and Hoover to employ one additionalman Green, second district congressman or by both fine and imprisonment foresighted Edward Ball were two

:k Bros., Studio. Our authority for on every switch engine crew. actively supporting' the The measure to permit the re- of the sensible investors who did -
X13 thl statement is Uncle Rand Albert The bill was titled "The Full CrewBill. measure. Both amendments were demption of,tax sale certificates on The senate also passed a house not speculate in Florida lands, but
# 'an elderly negro man, who ." W. 8. Stanley, Atlanta, vice tabled. an installment plan basis of payments measure substituted for the senate bought a hundred thousand acres
has been a familiar figure here for president of the Seaboard Air LInerailway passed the ,senate of the bill by Senator Samuel W. Getzen, of pine forest lying along the Gulf
many years.' Rand says he has who spoke against' the > Approximately 1400. bills, have Florida legislature Monday by a Bushnell, providing that bids on between Apalachlcola and Panama -
carried mortar for every brick' bill termed it "more governmental been Introduced since the legislature vote of, 29! to 6 V after debate lastIng public printing In Florida be made City on St.- Andrews Bay. South.j I'
building in Starke legislation which la bleeding business convened April 8, but only' 36 more than: an hour and a half. on seDarata- .- ennf.nA ft' era slash pine makes paper pulp
31 ,. to death." He urged that measures received approval in both -, one group contracts. No-po'tI; ; although nobody knew that for

4 Few people realize what goes on government let business alone to houses Only four of these were of Senator S,D. Harris, St. Petersburg was voiced to the blH and it passed sure five years ago. :Mix it with a :>.
ix In their own' town, but did you work out Its own aalvatlon. major importance. One would sponsored a bill to prohibit 31 to 0.Abolishment. small amount of southern gumwood eZ9ht
ever see the collection of moths, : abolish the office of state equalizer. the. levy of the state ad valorem and It Is as good a pulp as
butterflies and numerous other In. An Increase in the state at large Another extended time for paying tax against real estate for the year of the offices of you can make from northern
Ii;{ ects In Smith's Service Station.These fishing license fee for Florida residents taxes to June 15, 1931. The third 1932, or any subsequent year, ex- school trustees of all special tax spruce.
have been noticed by tourists and a provision requiring' provided for a seventh Justice of cept the one mill constitutional tax school districts in the state is asked Now look at the economics of it.
v, from all over the country. Mrs. the payment of a 25 cent fee for a the supreme court, subject to ap for public schools. Introductionof In a measure Introduced in the The paper mill at Panama City, .'
Smith has several of the species license to fishy in the home countyof proval by voters on the necessary.. the measure was the first definite house by Rep. R. K. Lewis, of Palm turning out kraft or sulphate pa-
known as Luna Moths. one Regal the fisherman, were the outstanding constitutional amendment, and the step toward striking out the Beach. Under the provisions of per, buys pine for $3 a cord. It
ft Moth and numerous other kinds. features of a group of fourth allowed Issuance of refunding state mlllage on real estate it was the measure the powers of the trustees coats $3.75 a cord to cut and deliver -
She has been collecting these for I eight fish and game bills to be introduced bonds over 60-year periods, instead said. would be vested In the respec but it runs 15 cords to the
1 acme time and It 1 I. worth one's : in the house yesterday by of 30 years, as has been the tive boards of public instruction acre-a profit on wood for the -- BIG
time to stroll over there and see the game committee, headed by case A bill placing' a tax on cigarettes landowner of $18 an acre, on land
? them. N,3 Represenatlve Lamar Sledge, of ranging from 6 to 9 2-10 cents a Sweeping' investigation ,of the that costs about $5! M ,,.tof.toblt'
U"ml >
|Jefferson county,, as chairman. Revenue measures estimated to package was dropped: In the senate war records of every soldier who, In the moist, warm, sunny climate ? v
-- bring In close to the senate or whose widow, 18'now on the ',is .uv fijher, skill
$40,000,000 were hopper Tuesday, as,, of Florida,, you can grow pineIn
.Announce Camel An increase to $23 for the annual on legislative calendars Monday. working diligently on its calendar state pension rolls, is proposed fifteen or twenty years to a size .. '> ','I lottd ogo;""

Winners Next Week 'license tee asked of professional Against these were appropriations passed one appropriation bill, several a bill by Senator L. H. Howell, that it takes a Canadian spruce I c01d nOise,
men Including lawyers, doctors, bills totalling nearly 30000000. local bill and advanced a I Panama City, chairman of the senate seventy.yeara to achieve: It pays
etc. Is sought under the provisions Tax relief for real estate number of pensions committee. The bill
d#, Winston-Salem N. C., May 5- was general measures to to grow pines as a crop. Before
y Prize winners In the Camel cigarette of a measure Introduced in the sought' In proposals for levies upon third reading. The' cigarette tax ,was placed on the calendar without cutting' the older pines for pulpwood LUXURIOUS

t, $30,000 cash prize contest house Thursday afternoon by Rep. public utilities, incomes, Inheritances bill was submitted as a committee reference. you' tap them for several
will be announced next week, officials Rep. John E. Mathews of puval grain stores, corporations bill, sponsored by the committeeon Senator T, J. Knabb, Macclenny, years for turpentine and resin, ,, <;h dt .; o.
,. of R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Co. and J. V Keen of Sarasota, Of and In additional gasoline tax, Increased finance and taxation, and was submitted a bill to place on the earning a revenue from them while " ; 'ilfro
c aid. today. the $23 fee $3 would go ,to the occupational licenses motor placed on the calendar without ref third preferential the road extending -Increasing' their ultimate value for M., !, Tlunsmi'Slitln.To .

.1'a The contest ,Judges and'their counties as the county fee the bus mileage tax, personal prop- erence. The bill would levy on all from Oluatee to Lake But-':paper-making. The young crop qu" TUbtQri"e-in', .
staff, who have been carefully sum to go Into the general county erty tax, and other source The intra-aiate" sales of cigarettes in ler; a distance of 18 miles. coming along' can be counted on ".}",.,"0 b I.' feafure. <* w' .
,x, reading the approximately 1,000- revenue fund; the $20 would be senate passed a bill to exempt Florida, a tax of $3.00 per 1000 on -- ,- I : :,
% OOO) ( entries, have completed their considered the state fee, the reve- homesteads from taxation, but it all cigarettes weighing not more r
'''work, the_ announcement stated, nue to go Into the general state still was on the house calendar. than three pounds per 1000 and a = ; ''l" ''. o.. I

and plans? are now being completed fund. Proposed racing' legislation also tax of $ ,60 per 1000 on all ciga '
L was on the Calendar. but the rettes weighing -
g-ttf our ue actual awarding of the senate in excess of three = POWERCTIOO'
check Senator F. P. Parker, Mayo, voted down efforts to give special pounds per 1000. Stamps, obtainable '- 1
; Thirty-eight chairman of the senate commitee order of consideration\ to* a bill from the state treasure! "
prizes -
|f j$ prize of $25,000.including are to bed atl..t on motor vehicles, Thursday, intro legalizing racing and pari-mutuel would be affixed to the cigarette ._ 'v , ", Ic<,.,.,ri 'roi9h'
duced a bill to make unlawful the I systems of wagering. packages by the manufacturer i eHERS
-5. awarded for the best letters I
on how i $ 'z t I" [ " "" ( opoble
the new cellophane operation on the public highwaysof distributor., Proceeds of the tax -.,
i' wrappers on Camel any vehicle with an overall The Florida house of representatives would go to the state general fund. '' d'" hu;
benefit smokers cigarette Second packages length of more ,than 33 feet or, Saturday took its first action1 Penalty for violation of the provisIons b aa actual opportunity to male yon ,)1" ,, I( "J.. e ,.,'ore

will be 10.000, and third prim prize$3- more than 43 feet for any combination toward economy of state government of the bill would be pnlsbableCOFFINS "' do doable dae,. Twice si mob for .. ; .miles o''
of motor vehicles and trailers your money Is no small
000. by voting 67 to a to abolish matter when
There will be five awards of the office of state tax and aaortnienC of Maadard
91,000 each five equalizer
$300 pgblicarioM which
I by voting 70 to 0 to prohibit Issuance are eotmaiaJng. iaatrectivc. sod enjoyable ,
g; each and 23 awards of $100 each. The Florida senate <& CASKETS la the widat .-ari..,. We hire made it -- VALUE WELLBUONO
finance and
I of publications by state for easy
Judges of the any o-apl elect
yt contest are Roy taxation committee Thursday vot board department And a Full tine eC the dabiy" a! waat sad send off'bcf.g THE PRICE
W. or commission' this to
Howard chairman of the boardof coapea ear office TODAY.ncuu. .
the Scripps-Howard to report favorably a bill by Undertaken* i cJ.mond
League of Supplies
Newspapers; Charles Dana Qlbson. Senator Hilburn, Palatka, levyinga Rep. McKenzie, Putnam introduced ; CLVB Irw W '" ,,' '''D'e Ihoo
M famous artist and two cents per gallon excise ,tax a proposed constitutional AUTOMOBILE HBARSHHam fttnmlv. Vmima, 1 ewu
publisher ,
of Life
on gasoline. The !!_. PHM4, .. .." 10C
Magazine, and Ray Long. President tax would be in amendment to exempt homestead Alware .5 *. Tae beat OM4 StoH. rirw ALL. ; 8BVKH I
of the IDternatl addition to the six cents now col from taxation up to ,$1,000 ,In ....... efct fcy ....... ..-.- GwihwrnuM H=- I >..*. FOR ONLY' "'p ':,ude.r
ll&1ll.&pz1n. '
i, Company and Editor of Cosmopol lected. Funds would be returnedto value ....... ttmttra t* to......... ...'.-. t", r:2trnml'. J.M' I 7NEWSPAPER... } ; " (hoC'"
't itan.. Counties to repay them for constructing -' ..rsuMowruauo AND THiS $1 dI

roads later taken over by Florida's tax problem threatensto ua&Ls17a, ,.Vr OMT ,
,"- the state wFKCUI.
QuInc-P. W. Conrad road' department. go\ to the dogs. RepresentativeSmith DEW1TT C. JONES CXOB: M.. Ao4
establishing Columbia.county.: Friday introduced IMxb PMlIrr |. I
Bon Ton Pastry Shop at cornerof Another bill reported favorablywas in the house of aT 1 RKB. rumwa. H... rri. U. t = yw
Washington and ati.. &ima streets the Young for IllMtraMri MMkMiM, I peer ALL
proposal return SEVEN
a bill for state tax on dogs, 9e.s Onla. 1 fms REGISTER MOTOR
Macclenny Construction started of automobile license fee collections C..4 ItorfM. Ir.r FOR ONLY
fixing $1 a for males and
year $2 Cnitrr B.... I }
on addition to Powers building, to counties In shares proportionateto for females. "Pets and poodles," College Avenue. road or street mileage. Shares the bill provided would be taxed AND THIS NEWSPAPER. $1 !!
Marlanna New equipment Installed of the counties would be based Vw 0. 1'...
on $10 a year, and racing dogs $25- Say it with Flower Starke Fla.
in Ronfroe's Bakei-y on the mileage' of both county and The bill was referred to the finance ,
Market street.' state roads. Amounts ,
paid to cities and taxation committee O 4000t0000000t010Yesx
a A. B. Curry Construction Co., would be based upon paved or without estimate of annual .
':Miami, received $114.681 contract I unpaved street mileage' Senator nue. reve F.wers For Allfcaaiona CLIP

,' for construction oft several miles i I Young said sDrroa ...... 1IaraaJ. N., .._e.Nam. THE .EIGHTA'BUIC
of road 4-A in Dade county between '- The Florida senate Friday: passed THIS
Naranaja and Homestead. Salt water bordering Clay coun- 31 to 4, a new bill to establish .
Moore Haven Lang'Machine ty would be closed to seining between a state Inheritance tax. after voting $ e
4 Shop opened for business in Oantt. July 1 and September 1 of down 20 to 13. an amendment ( ERT"UDE GODBEY Town
building on Avenue I. each year, according to
provisionsof that would have
diverted the funds ANDERSON .
.Miami Building permits issued a bill passed by the house. It 'f. -
to : State
1T' t1$1ooooo,, in this city'during, March totaled! was Introduced by Rep. J. E. Lar public of the school new bill operation.introduced Passage by Phone 39 Waldo Fla n; .e .... .... c.- .. -I.**F.** w.-Irow D-,.,..,_ BUILDSiG I'c..AGIII

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BAy, MAY 18. 1M1 BftADFORD
:tT Tallah"A'Moo. 1'Y_ ,
----- -- --
--- ----- -. e e tat e supreme i

court today again ruled
that For-
News of Florida In Short Paragraphs rest Lake, former
president of the *
defunct Seminole County Bank of 1Cmu.teA OJOAH"J
Sanford, must serve three years tOr
In prison for violation of the state

STATE NEWSTOLD banking laws. Lake sought to escape -
LIVE the prison term by appealing

on the ground the sentence passed

by the trial Judge was so indefinite

as to be impossible of enforcement. Don't Rc.spYourThrocit4p '

BY OUR EXCHANGES The sentence stated Lake was to
begin the three-year term followIng -

.. expiration of a sentence
-- -------------- on an-

M.OOO.OW shipments have not been heavy other Indictment and conviction.
impaTtere The banker's many appeals to the
of Florida grapefruit shippedthIS The acreage for several seasons supreme court won him freedom With Harsh Irritants

city In ten weeks. has been around 500 to 600 and In- 'from other prison sentences on

dlcatlona are that It will remain charges of bank law violation but

MSbur5--* "> first carload of about the same thin season. Plant:' the high court ruled he must serve
of 1931 movedI the three-year sentence.
cucumbers tugs are largely In Sumter and vv r ..
Sea- -'
rolled over the - '
Florida Line, from Mabel Mon- Marion counties. Alachua The-Machua-Lacros- A}
rd Air Reach for
containing\ 643 bampers. se-Santa Fe section la now mov- b.'s a
Tampa-Exports of grapefruitby ing one of the best potato crops __

tuBV1U8 Yachts and other the Florida Citrus Exchange to produced here in years. The qual-
LUCKY instead"Now
[ boats in increasing numbersPuie European countries this season ity Is said to be unusually ,high
waters of the Indian.rtvei have been three times as great as and the yield excellent Over 3000 w i

year, because the country Is ever before, according to E. E. acres will be harvested immediately. f% S s '

about the improvements Patterson grapefruit sales mana- Judlng from the part already }
Dg made by the government In ger. Mr. Patterson stated that the dug 180,000 to 200,000 barrels i. I Ploasol-Actually put your finger on

!East' ; Coast CanaL exchange had Just completed load- will be put on the market your Adam's Apple. Touch It-your Adam's r
Ing Its 174th carload on the SS here within the next two weeks, it } \ .
ksvUle.By a vote of 152 DeLllIlon which sailed for Liver- Is said. This will net the growers a Applo-Doyouknowyouareactuallytouch.

favored purchase with 14,000 boxes on board. considerable sum. Shipments from
[ citizens pool
105 the electric light and powert 300 acres of beans are Just starting \ ing your larynx?-This Is your voice box-It i

Florida Pow- W. A. Bates spills the to move. The quality and vol-
here from the Qulncy- contains your vocal chords. Whon you conddoryourAdamsApployouareconsldorinn- ;'
corporation. Legislative authty best fishing yarn of the week tell- ume of this crop are said to appear

| must be obtained before thet ing of a friend who hauled in twen- satisfactory. Within 10 days shipments \\ \\ ] jF
be bought. The elec- ty-seven bream at one time. Hooking are expected to be well under \ }'
: vocal chords.
throat-your Don't
i wan held yesterday. a bream he was unable to way from a cucumber crop your rasp

bring the fish to the surface; In- which la estimated to total about ytvl < \ fi ,., your throat with harsh Irritants-Reach for
_ytona Beach'- Dale Vanslck- vestigation proved that the fish 500 acres. \

"former University of Florida was in a wire trap which when ;< ; .;, \ a LUCKY Instead-Remember, LUCKY STRIKB

Wall star has been selected by pulled up, contained 26 bream in Wauchula A total of 14 car- \ \\ Is tho only cigarette In America that
volute county board of pub-: addition to the one hooked. loads of cucumbers and two cars _ through

I Instruction to be athletic coach' of tomatoes rolled out of Wau- Its exclusive "TOASTING" process expels ,"
next season. He was assist- Qunlcy-Loula Bower head of chula last night bringing the sea- _
son's movement of cucumbers to certain harsh Irritants In all to- '
C coach at the State University the Manhattan Produce Exchange \ present raw
139 cars and tomatoes to \ \\ kti ---
t Brooklyn, N. Y., contractors for three z'
year. baccos. These expelled Irritants sold to
cars. Thirty-seven are
1 260 acres of early cucumbers to cars of cucum-

B l8 City-The K/af tvPaper be grown In'Gadsden county f. o. bers have been shipped from the manufacturers! of chemical compounds. Theyare
rporatlon experienced ita best b. spring delivery made an Inspection local market during the last three

f Tuesday when It used over 500 trip over the county the other days, a check of shipping records not present In your LUCKY STRIKE, andso n

i of wood to bake 350( tons of day with C. W. Williams managerof revealed. Cucumbers yesterdaysold w"iay "Consider Adam's '
r. At the rate of $4.75 a corda the Gadsden! county chamber of as follows: ,Fancy $1.75: a -your Apple.
payroll of 91,725 for the 450 commerce. Mr Bower looked overa crate; choice, $1 and plain BOo
ployts this means an income for number of cucumber fields and f. o. b. The highest price quoted ,A; \
the the best he yesterday for cucumbers was $2.10 }
i day $4,000 for the local cltl- pronounced crop
had ever seen. Shipments of these a hamper. Tomatoes started off
cucumbers to Brooklyn will begin around $4 but dropped to $3.50 and 4Zct ?:;

lltacclenny-Baker' county's 200 about May B. less the average being $3.50. : ; ;,
Fancy and choice grades averaged
cucumber crop' grown by ,
Moore Haven Howard W. Sel-: $2.60.
bers of the Baker ,County ,
n' Association, for a pack- by, vice chairman of the Okee- e '. __ .,,-
r f plant In Brooklyn, N. Y., will chobee Flood Control Board who LAST WEEK IN TIlE + .- __ ,

i ready for shipment of the first recently made a tour of Inspection STATE ,LEGISLATURE _
eats within a week accordto of the territory to be affected by
(Continued from 1.
page ) '
\ President William Knabb of the $9,000,000,project stated that

.association. buge as this undertaking seems more lengthy debate on Thursday. :
in his opinion It was but the beginning The first sign of real tax relief _

\Leesburg-At the regular *esof I of a series of improvements I was the passage by the house of a \ :_ I

". the city commission theda I and Investments which : bill extending the time for refund- \ :__
i Power Company presented i would undoubtedly be made by Ing bonds from 30 to 60 years. The _

formal proposal to purchase,the land owners and communities with- next day the senate passed a bill ___ \ I
UIIlclpal plants for the sum of in the Everglades area. These allowing payment of taxes on the

000.00 and also franchise cov- would agregate millions of dollars, installment plan. Economy meas-

deg' the operation of the plants he thought. ures of last Saturday were those _

their 1 proposition be accept- -, passed by the house, calling for FOr
Sanford Contemplating the .abolishment of the office of state

expenditure of nearly $2,500,000 In equalizer of taxes, and the prohibiting -
Orlando Workers completed equipment and supplies during the of publication of periodicalsand "It.s toasted" 4
fct and furnishing another bulletin matter state e IN '
seining of Lake Eola and: will coming year by de- /1.n/A.UN
tart seining Lake Lucerne to rewt rich and surprising outlet for partments not specifically arranged LreAD.e af

the rough fish ,which 'areUferous part of Sanford's great celery crop,, for by the legislature. Orea.aee.,
to black bass. Between announcement was made this The week ended without any decision Including the use of Ultra Violet Rays

w and five tons of fish were re- morning by Richmond L. Ellis rep- with regard to the new fifth Sunshine Mellows-Heat Purifies a..r..., ..
wired from Lake;;Eola and disputed resentative of the Alfred L Du congressional district. Anotherbill
among needy persona of Pont interests of Maryland that was introduced in the senate Your Throat Protection-against Irritation-against cough

city his concern will begin at once with reference to this matter, and

".I, erecting a huge gun-powder factory served to complicate committee action -I - -.- u __._
Daytona Beach h-:A resolution on property in the vicinity of whereby a bill dividing the 000 annually from' state revenue

, eking to have William J. Howey Cindenrllle. south of Sanford. Cel- present fourth district had been fa for advertising purposes, ,and the OVER WORktNERVES.u
And the Worst is Yet Come -
her the 1932 gubernatorial racea ery refuse will be used at,, crude vored. other would permit cities to levya to
republican candidate< was materiaL "New revenue' bills of the week
tax not in excess of one mill I
fed added to those Introduced
by the ,,Volusia county already I
, five committee of ,the ReBMlcan Canal Point-After a winter season would bring to the state according with the same idea In mind. --- ,ply
party. Howey was an of unsatisfactory weather to their proponents a total of 'I Among the bills Introduced last :; .J 'I
WiCMssful candidate for gover- which took a heavy toll of most more than $40,000,000 annual week that stress economy are 1y '

': In the last general election. vegetables produced along the revenue. As the appropriation bill those reducing the salaries of state """"
lake growers and shipper are now calls for something over $14,000- i officials 25 per cent and settingup rRt3N yRuttti b.Vi4RAblist., l .
Br denton Tomato shipments getting well Into the spring deal 000 and probably will be pared of a pool of county fees out of rvr

carload lots from South Florida and It looks aa If the situation was down to the extent of a million .which officials of counties would be rvIt r

In progress with the first car going to be'favorable during the only a third of the "new revenue" paid on a salary basis generally

C northward from :Manatee next few weeks., Beau and toma- measures will have to be passed considerably lower than the annual

ty Packing house officials be- toes will comprise the greater partof and prove satisfactory in order to .sums now being received by such
the crop would total about the shipments from now until eliminate the state ad valorem tax, officers. Three other economy bills

cars or about 75 per cent of a the end of the season. Beans are with the exception of ,the constitutional would create county budget commissions -

cmiii crop. The vegetable Is riphg moving out In heavy" volume 128 one mill for school pur- allow ,consolidation of At 'fNAW1N,

rapidly and Is up to stand- cars going out,last week and in poses. However there are many governments In cities and countiesof 0
re, officials\ said. addition the equivalent of several who believe, and most staunchly more than 50,000 population and

: carloads went out by express. Qual- that a great majority of the "new authorizing consolidation of city u
''l'anahaasees: = revenue" sources would "fall, to tax collectors and assessors offices.
as good.
e of hunting. Itywas reported
JEJW and trapping licenses in produce" either because of excessive A bill having to do with the regulation UP .TO your ears In work..
of ad valorem taxation income .7 wy verve at high tension.
collection costs or because of
brought a total revenue of Bronson-W. C. Cobb. one of the No you snap' the wife
S""* to the state game and leading developers of the Otter mistaken estimates of anticipated would require sworn tax returns and bark at the children.Wateh f
water fish department during Creek section was in Bronson Monday returns; and there are of course on tangible and Intangible real and oat! Overworkednervea "

Juwi__- Total receipts from all and while here told the Journal many legislators who believe a personal property and a bill regulating may lead to Sleeplessness
J": including retail and boat of the proposed opening of that number of such bills have beea in- state expense to some extent Nervous Headache, K rrjcms ,,
*" for the of calla for the creation of a state and a boat o4
JJ *. etc.. amounted to $2,673.- place as a strawberry section. Mr. troduced purpose con- other' dlatarbaneeav t
T : 0b1ng to figures given out Cobb declares that his section la fusing the legislature to the extent purchasing agency. Why don't unpleasant you try Dr. MOesf ,
for taxes of the
the department offices here. wonderfully adapted to the growing the ultimate result may be a Ceneral Bills calling I af Kfferreeeeat Nerrtoe Tablets*
-..- sales tax-ID order to avoid "nuisance" class and supposed to
, strawberries and that a number JaR one la a half glass of
1ckaonvweSheriff::: W.Ca-; of citizens have banded together a host of apparently revenue-pro- be capable of producing: large returns \ water makes a pleaaam, park*' '
of Duval said for the purpose of plantingand ducing minor taxes. Opponents of are those calling for a tax on Itnc drink deUgitf any aoothtaic
county today
lie the receipts,of pubUo utilities to over-taxed nervea.Dr. .
1fOukI grows
go before the growing strawberries in sufficient any sales tax measure are beginning
lilt week legislature to assume that such would be and professional men and cor- J Xfllea faNor-Liquid DOW.
to get advantageof Redd.
seeking to haves, law quantities The former bill la an 1 .la two and +
carlot shipments and the mar- the course pursued in an extra session porations.. awn II e III* Tablet. Both hart
cee IUne felon tnpraenr' of purely out of necessity and alternative for the other proposed"nuisance"tax ..
I1Ie a ket conditions which shipments the same aootUng dent t
sheriff laid "there la DO law In this magnitude guarantee to a In order to affirm pledges for relief whereby electricityand ...**at yen dre* II**N
gas would be taxed on a scale
of real estate.
I touching shipping point.BonlfayThe. used which billIe , . I .
of the quantities "
ena clU.. who Come ere By a senate resolution
. tacr
-tu. IIIotor poultry business the state will be given an opportunity being vigorously combatted by
ebb.e IUDL armed with maQnc7 of N." D. Miller of this city Is assuming to decide whether or not utility companies of the state and 0bQN{ V NtI
'I by petitions signed by users of
startling proportions. In .they wish homatead lands to be "'p -

The largest peanut the month of April Mr. Miller ship :exempted from state and county ad electricity and gas.received their. first I ., ".f.-J ...
elate After having
CIaIIzrt y III ever punted! known In Gadsden ped 28.000 of pounds of This poultry brought and :valorem measure If taxes.turned over Provided to the elec-this scent of the coming gubernatorial tors "Voting", a number of: others John Martin 213; Franklin King i flu

" a .pltIIdld this sea. or. This 500 cases eggs$',000 Into theBonitay torate in the'form of a constitutional battle at the Wakulla Springs picnic. amassed strength by virtue of second 206; Hayes ewls, 172; John Math- thing new to talk and argue about j

t for bog crop to'raise;, Extlltlent approximately trade territory. The figures amendment and passed by May 2, many legislator participated third and fourth choices. One ew. 163; with Robineau. Axaom -and that's what makes each new
'14 bay for-shipping nice Increase over the the people there Is a likelihood of in a straw vote'conducted legislator considered the tally at and Cbarhardt as "ateo ran*." But. day so much more worth the living.
"*11t7 that raised her'fa of a show a advance 'thousands of acres of land now I by the Daily Democrat at Tallahassee length and then gave. the "candi as some of the "57 Varieties" who e
and great
::' that of roy other favorably put month, month a a year ago. held by the state being turned over wherein choices from first date." 12 points for each first voted declared, there la many a Work progressing rapidly on'
any'_ section ID over the same to new settlers from which much down to twelfth were made for choice vote, eleven for second baby hand to be kissed and ballot- nine and two-thlrdu miles of state i
Some practically
:.4 lecurecl of our growers These shipments were would ensue. I I the twelve men either already in choice votes and so on down to writing band to be shaken in the road No. 28.from Indian Prairie,
truckloads good
two large
or peanuts perricehvu 70 bush all made by truck each week Florida may be permitted to excel I the race or being considered aa one point for twelfth choice. The piney woods of the north and west Canal to Klssimmee River.-Moore

leaving Bonlfay Miner California in-point of state advertising I practically sure candidates Although summary then ran aa follow.: and the palmetto thickets of the Haven Democrat. ,
for various markets. t if two tins now before former governor Ilardee of Hardee 68; Stafford Caldwell center and south! However. straw Three-mile stretch of unfinished ' ,
...JactaaoavtUs approxi-
Iia handle
'recent years estimates be will the legislature are passed. One Live Oak received,29"of the first 330; John Taylor, 844; Tone Hathaway votes by the various Florida papers road from Goodno to LaBeDe to
... been &e1'eage fa VIorIda mately $75,000: worth of eggs and can for an Appropriation of $2:50ti': .- choices offered by the B7 I togtala-. , 299 Charles,Durrance 342; might give their readers some- be completed In short time. fl
aDd commercial poultry Inyear.. [ -, I'( ''

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Burns, Mrs. J. L. Peek, served a Dr. Roberts Rouses Total to Thursday thla k.

) salad and ice course.. Public to RealizeSargon.slmportance Do You Know -:- I For Shipments same period to last in Saturday.lA

CIRCLES OF TilE BAPTIST I -:- 1930 """
5ocictrJ For week
W. M. S. MEETS ending May 2
( For same week
: So'startling have been the r< First four last year ,t

Circle No. 1 of the Baptist W. suits accomplished by Sargon, that For days this Week ""

I'" 'A- '. M, S. met at the,home of Mrs. W. scores of outstanding physician m mTHAT..., _'_. ._ __ ,- Total same to days last yea II
L. Wall Monday afternoon.The have broken the rule of a llfetlm Thursday this week

DeBERRY-ANDREU DOLLAR SOCIAL circle leader Mrs. J. M. and given itstheir unqualified ei- I rw: ,,...,, ,@ .., Vegetable
Brownlee lead the devotions dorsement. Dr,.C. J. Roberta, M. : < Shipments last Saturday"
Mr. and Mrs. Ira W. Andreu, of The Ladles Auxiliary of th t which was followed by a mort D.,:of Philadelphia, graduate tint- r For same period In 1930 """
Starke, announce the marriage of Presbyterian church gave a Dollar business'session.. verslty of Pennsylvania and for 26 For'week ending May 2
their daughter, Minnie Cortex to Social, at the home of Mrs. R. S,, At the close of a social: hoi yearn medical examiner for the k' ,,; For same.week last year"""
Mr. Finley Pierce DeBerry. on Fernandez Tuesday evening. spent in sewing, the hostess served Pennsylvania Railroad said: ,t" First four days this week "
:March the twenty-ninth, nineteen A delightful program was rendered a salad course to the followta After an Investigation of the J\t F f f44i For same days last year ::
r d hundred and thirty-one, at Bush- as follows Total to Thursday this week"
s present: Sargon formula, for which I wa .a
nell. Piano Solo-"Conzone Amorosa"by Mrs. J. E. Wilson, Mrs. J. M. expressly retained I find that It I Is -
Nevin-Mrs. .... _. ANDREU
Etheibert WITH
y Brownlee, Mrs. James Shepar, rich in those elements which help; "TBRQ
MEASURING: PARTY Davia. Mrs. C, A. Knight,'Mrs. Jim KnIght to bring revitalized vigor atrengt FRIENDS"
' 1 Reading' "In the Land of Bi and Mrs. W. H. Perkins. and endurance to pale, tlred-oul, -
v Circle No. Two and Three of the I ginning Again" Miss Lucil Circle No. 2 of the Baptist W. M. debilitated men and women. It enriches This ia to notify my friend,,

41 '' Baptist church will give a meaau Mitchell. U. met Monday afternoon'at 3:30 the blood of those suffering former customers that I d

Ing party to the ladles of the Poems read by each telling how at the home of Mrs. C. G. Bryan with simple anemia and Is without my Interest in the City an

i r church and congregation toda;; they won their dollar, afford mucb The devotional was opened by the a doubt a highly valuable formula Shop to the remaining ownetin

Friday at 3:30: o'clock at the hone amusement. circle leader, Mrs. A. M. Darb; that the entire public should know severed all connection: I an t
t : of :Mrs. W. J. Epperson. Vocal solo "Sunshine of Your with a scripture reading and pray about. cated in the "Threa FrIends"

4 Smile", Evelyn Stump.. er. One new member Mrs. W. H. "The Sargon Pllla are an Important her shop across the street,*het! |
''t :MARGARET LOWRYCELEBRATES Game "Proverbs. Andrews was added to this circle part of the treatment. will gladly aerve former patm

ir BIRTHDAYS The hostess assisted by her A social to be given soon was dii Sold by Canova!'- Pharmacy, OSCAR ANDREI),
daughters, Misses Isabel and Allc e
Starke: Lawtey Drug Drug Company -
Honoring her ninth birthday Fernandez, served refreshment, After a short business 'sessioi Lawtey. NOTICEThe
Margaret Lowry entertained the after which a spelling match was The hostess assisted by Miss Clar "' 0 ,. -

+ Junior Christian Endeavor at had.The Flume, served cake and ice Great Methodist W M. s. II:
. t KIngsley Lake May 11th. guests were: Mrs. Will Box to the following: Mrs. L. Q.. Pow ." hold their business meeting it

After a swim the children roacl. ham, Mrs. E. M. Davis, Mrs. G. H. ell, Mrs. H. L. Brownlee, Mrs. VtH. :1JlttL R xt 'yy g ,,v. u church Monday afternoon at 11

t ed welners over a camp fire &4d Lowry Mrs. J. M. Mitchell, Mrs Andrews, Mrs. F. F. LJume, and : +' ' ., o'clock.

enjoyed a picnic lunch. Game John Uglow, Mrs.' T. S. Williams, Mrs. A. M. Darby. Ellen Blaekwelder, Cor. y Ar BiS-
+ were then played till time to return Mrs. H. II. Young Mrs. D. C. Kin Circle No. 3 of the Baptist Ml.
home. law, Mrs. C. N. Christy, Miss Lu slonary Society met Monday after Mr. and Mrs. John G. Holto
k Miss Iris Dicks the week L a t'u"o w ref re m l Starke
spent , son, May 1st.
cllle Mitchell and Miss Evelyi
'Th Invited guests were: Rut! noon at the home of Mrs. W. J.
end with her grandmother, Mrs Mr. and Mra. Lyman ,,
J Wyman, Elizabeth Craig', Jean Davis Stump. Epperson, with members prea lw
h ,Edna and Margaret Pearce, ent The large living room wa Sallie BlackwUder the'. Brooker daughter, May 12th.
Miss Ellen Blackwelder spent
i "A Clarice Gill, Florence Mersereau, VISITORS COMPLIMENTED,, most attractive with baskets of
d weekend with her brother and sinter -
# Betty and Mldgle Green, Mary; beautiful Easter lilies and poppies.
Mr. and Mr. J. S. Dicks.
Louise Dyal Owen Dyal, Tomml The devotional was led by Mn. - ,-
Mr. and Mra.: C. C. Hoppe of
:Mrs. Sallle Tyre and son, Earl,
3 ; and N. T. Rltch. M1'8.1 Tampa, were honored guests at i i II G. W. Alderman, reading the 82ni and daughter, Mamie of Lulu, spent i I rivers In the Canadian. Rocky mountains are In flood when the ATLASThe

Mrs. Lowry was assisted. by fori delightful bridge party given by; Psalm, followed by sentence pray last week-end' in Worthington' Is hottest and at low water when It rains This la due to
T. N. Williams in looking; out Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Robinson and era. The regular business of the the feet that they find their source In the Ice fields which melt under

the pleasure of the young guests. Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Demorest at the circle was then transacted 'with] Springs.Mies Ellen Blackwelder returned I the sun but eongeal rains which frequently turn to snow at high alti. Standard Oil

A ''former's home on Madison street Mr. M. D. Bumgarner reading the+ to her borne Tuesday afternoon, tudes. The overflow of such a river Emperor Falls at Mount Robton.

'MADISON STREET Monday evening. minutes and giving the report of; In ..-..U... Columbia, shown In the photograph. Tire.Guaranteed
GARTEN' CLUB after a five weeks 'visit Law -of
'J"it Easterlilies the treasurer.Mrs. .
rda' Lovely radiance roses, tey with her brother 'and sister' ,, ___ 393
i .. served fruit FLORIDA CAKLOT FRUIT For.8JLq1e period in 1930 _
larkspur, nasturtiums and Epperson : One YearN
The Madlaon Street Garden Club 'snapdragon formed a colorful set. punch, sandwiches and wafers to, .Mr.. and Mrs. C.: E. Crawford.: AND VEGETABLE: SHIPMENTS For week ending May 2 ____ 140

met at the home of Mrs. 1* A. Davis ting for this affair. 1 the following': :Mrs. J. H.Lord Mri.! O. W. CarUsle'WM tt btiauieaa VisItor For same week last year ___ 31

) Thursday afternoon at- S:3: Six progressions of the game< S. L. Peek Mrs. G.W. AldermanMrs. ,i in Lake Bntlef" Saturday" after Jacksonville, Flsl. 'bey 8.Carlot First four days this week 112 .NNONNNFrigidaire

o'clock., were played and scores added. Mr' J. Q. Lewis, Mrs. M.: D. Bum noon.Mr. shipments of' vegetables from For same days last year ____ 15
W. W.- Blackwelder was r.
Plana were completed for the Mrs. O. L. Beasley made high, garner, Mrs. R. A. Newsom, Mrs Florida for the'flrst four days of Total to Thursday this week 586
business visitor in Lake Butler Sat
tau Flower Show which Is to be held while Mrs. A. Z. Adkins and Mr F. B. Johns, Mrs. J. H. Pitts, :Mn. the week', together with comparisons 'Peppers

at 22nd the at Woman's 3:30 o'clock.Club Friday, Hay II. C. Wall scored low. Each wen G. P Raymond. urday.Mr.. Frank Douglas was a busi follow: Shipments to last Saturday _1,181

: presented a gift. Mr. and Mrs ness visitor in Jacksonville FrIday Beans For same period In 1930 ___. 814
Officers for the new were
elected as follows: year Hoppe.received guest prizes. MRS. S. P. VANDIVIERE morning. Shipments to last Saturday ..2,133 For week ending: May 2 _.__ 38 the three year guar-
Following: the awarding of prizes In 1930 _.__ For same week last __ 49
Mrs. E. K. Perryman, president. HONORED Mrs. A. B. Crawford left here For same period 1,798 year anted electric .
Mrs. W. E. Middleton, vicepresident. the guests, who were as follows, Monday for Clearwater. For week ending May 2 ___. 209 First four days this week __ 16 refrigerator

were served an ice course; Mr. and Mrs. Thomas ,Jay Alderman anc Mr. Ned Prevatt of Lawtey was For same week last year 188 For same days last year _... 45 '

F{,, Mrs. X* A. Davis, secretary.Mrs. Mrs. C. C. Hoppee of Tampa, Mr Mrs. J. Hamilton Ritch, Jr., enter- the guest of Miss Effie Holton Sat First four days this week ____ 154 Total to Thursday this week .1,197

O. It. Haynes, treasurer. and Mrs. O. L. Beasley, Mr. and tainel Friday afternoon In the urday afternoon.'' For same days last year __.. 114 Potatoes I
and Mrs. C
i f The hostess served the following Mrs. H. C.and Wall Mrs.Mr.A. Z. Adkins.. former's home with a bridge party Mr. M. Thompson of Lawtey, was Total to Thursday this week.2,289 Shipments to last Saturday .2,485

i present tea and wafers: Mrs A. Knight honoring Mrs. Stuart P.. Vondl the guest of Miss Ellen Black- Cabbage For same period In 1930 _--2,720For For sale bySmith's

Frank Hoover, Mrs. Redgraves,, FLOWER SHOW vlere, a rectmt bride. welder Saturday. afternoon. Shipments to last Saturday _3,1371 week ending May 2 ____ 867

Mrs. O. I* Haynes, Mrs. J. L. Peek,, ---- Opened enauite the rooms of the Mlas Nettle Carlisle of Webster,, For same period in 1930 .__.2,2531 For same week last year __ 650

:Mrs. E. K. Peryman, Mrs, W. E, The first annual Flower Show residence were decorated with garden spent the week-end with her brother r'For week ending May 2 ___. First four days this week _- 417

Mlddleton: : ,, Mrs. J. M. Mitchell and sponsored by the :Madison Avenue flowers. The tallies whlcl and slster-ln-Iair,Mr.. and Mrs., For same week last year __._ 13, For same days last year .... 254 Service
Mrs. Whiner Holtzendorf. Garden Club will be held in the marked the individual places bore C. W,,Carlisle. .. First four days this week ._ 16' Total Thursday this week .2,902

q Woman's Club building' May 22,, multi-colored designs in keeping Mrs. Ruby Carlton spent Sunday For same days last year ____ 8 Strawberries
BIRTHDAY PARTY 1931. i with the springtime/ theme used In afternoon with her brother and Total to Thursday this week -3,153 Shipments to last Saturday 374 StationStarke

Everyone having' flowers Is urged the decorations. The tallies were slater, Mr. and Mrs. C. W. .Carlisle. Celery For same period In 1930 _.__ 232

!S' Little Edna Mae Moseley, daughter to take part in the show and display distributed by little Miss Frances! y: Shipments to last Saturday .7,436 For week ending May 2 ____ 6

of Capt. and Mrs. Moseley celebrated I any variety or quantity they, Alderman. SIDE DRESSING CORN PAYS For same period In 1930 '8,506 For same week lost year __ 0 Fla.

her fifth birthday Tuesday wish. AU plants and flowers to During the afternoon'a number For week ending May 2 ___- 209 First four days this week __ 2
at the Florida State Farm. Aftera of rubbers of bridge were enjoyed For same week last. __ 342
'be displayed should be brought to It Is a well known fact among year For same days last year __ 0
of and at the conclusion, were First four this week ._ 73
'number interesting games 11:30 Doors prizes the days
clubhouse before a. m. leading farmers that It pays to
cake with five 'I awarded the winners. The first For same days last ..... 185
i were played a huge will be open to the public at 3:30: p. side dress their corn with a quick year STEAM PRESSING COMPANYSUITS
+ small candles on it was cut and little be admission prize, an Italian pottery vase, was Total to Thursday this week.7509
m. There will no acting nitrogenous fertilizer such CLEANED PRESSED AND RESHAPEDJ.
Jerry Bouvier received the slice awarded Mrs. Hollls V. Knight Cucumbers ,
charged. as nitrate of soda or sulphate of
with'' it, Miss Canova received the Shipments to last 474 Frank Thoman-Phone 52
the dime in First prize of blue ribbons, second -; Mary ammonia, according to Mr. L. T. Saturday .
Ice cream and cake were servedon prizes of red ribbons and honorable consolation prize for low score Dyer,county agent who has been
the lawn with candy suckers Mrs. Vandivlere was presentedwith ,
ribboni I
mentions of purple, collecting data fen several years
made into dolls as favors. Madeira linen napkins by the
will be awarded by through many demonstrations with
w Enjoying, this happy occasions Judges for the following: hostesses.A farmers and corn ;club boys.
were: Ella Mae Howard, Marlon Awards open to growers only; tempting' salad course was He Is urging the farmers as well
j Thelma and served the at the close of
Dorothy Manning players
the best specimen of any variety; as the! use from
Eloise Pike, Garland and Jimmy the best group of six of same variety the game by the hostesses, assisted 100 to 200 pounds of such,ia fertilizer . -
: Bouvier Mo- Mrs. DeWitt ,(X Jones,and
Godwin Jerry Betty of twelve of by ,
; the best group around their corn when it Is s.' '
Rae Roberta Whitfield, Clarence the same variety; the greatest va- Miss Harriet Rltch. from'35 to 43 days old or when the ..I ,
,r, and Doris Butch, Morta Jean and The guests on this occasion
riety of annuals; the greatest variety corn la from knee to waist high. '
Shirley Butch, Herbert, Eater and were: Mrs. S. P. Vandivlere,Mrs. J.
of perennials; the greatestcollection Last year 21 corn club boys In
l Sara Emma Crews Burch Hart, M. Mitchell :Mrs. R. F. Demorest,' : 'jhe
'"s of blossoms; the moat Union county used nitrate of soda 't, Telegraph's offer of
Jay Nell, Joyce and Martha Lee beautiful pot plant. Mrs.J. L. Frazee, Mrs. N. D. Wainwright according' to" his directions and ; .

h', Strickland, Mary Jo and LUa Rae Awards independent of grower: :Mrs. J. C. Robinson, :Mrs. : made an average of 40 bushels per

Caldwell, Elizabeth Cox Rosemary The greatest variety,of wild flow- 0. L Haynes, Mrs. F. F. Stump,,I acre. Some of the boys used other
WhItaker, Bradley Geiger, Jimmy Mrs. Paul Canova, Jr., Mrs. Sin
ers; the most artistic display; fertilizer: but the demonstrations
'and Junior Bradley, Beatrice Lillian most clair Peek, Mrs. H. V. KnIght Mrs,
most unique display; the iihowed that the largest Increase
I IB. Jr. and Edna Mae Mose. 1. A. Saul Mrs. N. Sternberg, Mrs.
and the most In -
beautiful collection yield was from using the nitrateof
ley.y beautifully arranged basket of D. A Montieth Mrs. C. A. Futch, soda, Mr. Dyer stated. 15 monthsfar "
Mre. L. D. Vining Mrs. P. Haur- '
Flowers. Four farmers last year who car
,WARD-CGLOW ; ward, Mra. O. L. Beasley, Mrs. C. ;
Committee-Mrs. L. A. ried out definite demonstrationsthis :
t C. of Tampa, Mrs. Phil Maguire -
Mrs. J. L. Peek.WOMAN'S material '
O. L. Haynes, made an average of :? "
Last Monday afternoon at 2:30: of Orlando, Mrs. D. C. Jones, ;' '"'' (,
18 1-2 bushels \' .
tt Increase ,
per acre by ;
:o'clock: at the home of the bride, of Gainesville :Mrs. E. s. Matthews, 1" 'C X' .'
CLUB the use of 100 Ibs. cf nitrate of f1" ',. ' '
: Miss Carrie Uglow was united In WEDNESDAYThe Urs. R. J. Davis, :Mrs. G. M. Sir rode : ..r'
r marriage to Mr.:Charles F. Ward, \ trunk Misses Hazel and; Van Edith: per acre. :- "'" 4 "!7,;, '1

,,of Marietta, Oa.;Dr. O. H.. Lowry, 'regular-'meeting of, theNoman's McCoy of Alachuo, Mlsa Ethel this Those year side should' dressing( toniimnilcate their with corn I. <;,, .. ;!r.; '" '

?r'i pastor of the Presbyterian church 3rtffln, Miss Mary Canova :Miss : .. ,
Club was held Wednesday tfr. Dyer and let him check on .' '
{fflcjjifi;.:., .the,- rtn* .ceremony being afternoon with Mrs."L.' A. ;Davis tfadge Mlddleton. Miss Eunice the demonstration next fall for Up the ,: 7:;:;.:: ,
ui 4.. Mrs."Wart,. who Ia-U. the collect Perkins, :Miss Lucille Mitchell, and : '
3 ; After club .
-.. presiding. jeneflt of the ctfrn growers next "" 1 '
known' and, popular in our. md song, the mlnutes'of the prev- I tf las Harriet Ritch. rear. " .:; ,; ,,, \ t :. :

munlty Is the daughter of Mr. and' i. WJ' 'meeting and.executive boardneeting ,

'h Mrs.' John Uglow, old, and highly' .were**read and approved I BEATS EINSTEIN '" $ J' 50' ,', h. .
c respected residents of Bradford ty
J dr$. Robert Demoie-was ,unan- , .
worried \
county. The groom who Is a,well elected -tri.sllie'of the A Lebanon man says be lasts .1" :
mously 'r:! : :: "
known salesman was formerly convectea ,club for next :year. The final plans a t good deal over making.:out his ,, : : 7''i' : ;

ftth the Boon"Dick 7g., New River Income tau: return' until he finally : ,
+ were mad '0'he which I "
,Starke.7he !!ilt upon a simple formulaj '. ,
: .
3rtd e dedication. I .
f ortde married in blui be now Otters free of chargeto .
was a
,The' voted to Invite the THZounty -
georgette frock with hat and accessories club to meet In &u y who may be perplexed In the ..
Federation I : Will close 1stIf
c' to match. Jtarke Wednesday afternoon. May uture.rt : on
After the wedding refreshments 17. lilted M dePendents' one

were served to a few. Intimate 1 Monde wife a sedan ear, three
friends and the family who wit- At this time we :wU\ ',oaVe'all goldfish and two children. He

'* e '' lubs:: represent nom Union Coluota' -, bAa grandfather's
4' = .3 :eremOD .. 'I' then: multiplied ,
ae and Bradford' counties seven-eights'sub- I:: --- v i -:I:-
be : Bake and
s M*. and Mrs. War will gone yes by six
a several month's wedding trip' 1 All members of the'Starke Lrmctlng his telephone number.
,fgr la the north. Whilewej they will club are urged to attend and visitors , Next he added the aIn of his hat Many'BOxes

$ Visit and Canada ChcaoDitro Upon,t,their- Milwaukee return, The an annual Invited.reports, of all standIng car.nd subtracted After uese the.prellminarta number of. the his of FacePpwder you have not subscribed tt will

th y_will make Starke their home tommlttees were given and sotepted rest was easy.Deducting and render a mare: durable, bst
as given by the club. 91,000 for keeping his Irs; beauty.The soft.even. fect-
MARRIED Mra. H. A. Dew, chairman of wife a tffonde for the whole year, sating appearance TOO secure,retains -

Health, was In charge of the pro- he divided the remainder by the ivenem all thraout of Its UK original day without attract- pay ,you to do so without delay'PAGE

*t :At the Presbyterian manse last gram. :Mr.' Fred Safay, district number of lodges be belonged to rubbing oft or streak ing.Its highly
Wednesday afternoon. Mr. J. Q, sanitation engineer, made an Interesting multiplied by the number of elect antiseptic and Aatringent action
Harold Jr., and :Mlsa Grace M and instructive talk on hygiene. trio lights In the house, divided by belpfccorrece. blemishes aDd skin

ne Hlgginsboth Gainesville, were, Miss Lois Adklns rendered, the ales of his collar

joined In marriage by Rev. George I a, beautiful piano solo and KIM This gave hill 'gross Income '
H. Lowry.' Presbyterian pastor, Evelyn Stump gave a reading which after dividing by his chest opITt ? '

Mrs. Huggins. mother of the,brkU which were enjoyed very much. measurement and subtracting his 4L
< social hour the hostesses blood gave the nef
and, Prof. Harford of the State During the pressure CREAM
''t11 Mrs. a L. Peek. Mrs.; 0.. M amount owe4tothe government "
\\-M I ver.tty, were members
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N. whew.n-*>
Ed H.
Mrs. Lebaoan
;.ff, ,: party. toman'Mrs.:: L. Wyman, ( Paper.

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Mr. Louis Torruella and Mr
I, Clarence Andreu, who have been HAMPTON

visiting the tatters parents, Mr 'Ml.. Ad. NI...... C....
Bits of and Mrs. Ira W Andreu this week, 15th & 16thPillsbury's
left for their home in New York Specials May
City Friday.Mr. Mrs. C. P. Sasser and daughter
Miss Clara May of Valdosta visited

Nev. and :Mrs. J. W. Calico of Mrs. P. B. Hunt last Sunday
Local Gainesville have Mr. and Mrs. O. Haynes had as
moved to Starke Cake Flour 29c
and have an aparement at Mrs. F their guests last Sunday their - -

Concerning Our People, Butineti and H.the Long's.American Mr. Calico Is agent for daughters Starke and'Mrs.Mrs. P.Phfdlps. J. Pearce of Lake of Three million women have found this is the finest cake flour they can buy

of the County and Town. Automobile Insurance and :J. Thomas of _. ... -
Progrtti Butler, Mrs. T. -- -- -- -----
Valdoata GA.: nest Grade Waldorf I Good Grade

---- - Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Hoppe of Rev. Crosby of Starke preachedat
.:u::.e5P52:: ====Q====Ow the Baptist church last Sunday
Tampa who have been guests of I CHEESEPound Toilet Paper RICE5Pounds22c
\\'J\TIIEB!: REPORT Mlas :Mona Alderman'of F. S. C. Mr. and Mrs. O. L. Beasley left evening. .

W- spent the week-end with her Tuesday for Albany, Ga., for a vis- Mrs. A. I* Sullivan and Mrs. D. '

by Starke branch, U. parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Alder. It. They were accompanied by; W. Moore were guests of Mrs. SRolIs23c
conplle Department.Week man. Miss Ethel Griffin who will visit Thoa. F, Brown last Thursday. - 19c
Forestry friends in Baconton Ga. Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Kammerer, I
:May 13, 1931. and ... _. __
ending Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Tatum and who have been visiting friends -- --- nO

Max. :Mia. Preclp. Mr. and Mrs.. O'Neil 'of Jacksonville Mrs. J. M. Brownlee Mrs. S. E. relatives here returned to their BRADFORD COUNTY k

pate were guests of Mrs. R. J. Brownlee, Mrs. C. C. Cross, Mrs ,homo in Philadelphia Pa., last

7 86 6T Davis Saturday. W. L. Wall, Mrs. J. E. Wilson and Thursday. They were accompanied I NEWREDPOTATOES,10Pounh - - 28c 1 1.
ayBy 8 87 63 .16 Miss Martha Brownlee were guestsof by their two nieces Mrs. M. C. j

9 90 65: T. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Epperson, Jr.,, Mrs. S. T. Dell in Gainesville Sweeney and Marlon Jones.It -- ---.- ... ..... _..--- ----- ....,. ... ..-
a y 65: .06 of Jacksonville has always been a well known
10 85 spent Friday and Thursday.Mrs. "
By 11 85 64 .59'. Saturday with Mr. and Mrs. W. J. fact that the soil in Bradford county New Atlantic Gibb'aPork Southern Nut

ay 63 is more fertile than any other in
112 "75 55 Epperson.The J. H. O.1-bett, Misses Edna+ the state. We, In Hampton, are
MATCHES and Beans4cans25c PRODUCTIPound
13 Corbett. Miss
a1 Total rainfall for week .81 In. Intermediate: G. A.'c will belt. Miss Evelyn Mary Lewis Martha and Miss Cor- willing to admit that this is a fact.

meet at the home of Mrs. W. J. Ep Martha We will further state that we are
H. V.' Knight were oD, Monday afternoon at 3:30 Florence Hewitt of Jasper of the opinion that Hampton is the
Mrs. per
Col. and were guests of Mrs. J. C.: Robinson 4pkgs25c 23c
Jacksonville Saturday. o'clock. most fertile spot In the most fer - - -
In .
l isltora Tuesday.Mrs.
tile county. We-have the evidence

In seedling tree about 14 ... ... ..
a orange --- ---- -- -- -
Mrs. L. A. Davis spent Monday. Ga.Mra.and. Otis Mrs.Hammond S. V. of Pelham of Albany Lena Lea, Mrs. Forrest' Inches high that) has put out bloom BEST GRADE CREAMERY (
Jacksonville. Causey of
in Hodges Jacksonville Mrs. S. C.
d Tuesday to bear a bumper
and gives promise
Ga., were guests during the Brock of Hilllard Mrs. Cora Ferguson
of This mlnature 1 --I I
last few days of Mrs. H. J. Sowell. crop oranges.
business of West Palm Beach Pound '
Mrs.L. A. Davis made a spent early bearing tree can be seen at CLEARBROOK BUTTER - - - -
Wednesday. Monday in Starke with the Misses
rip to Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs. of Lake any time in front of Mr. Thos. Hag _. .
Sapplngton Baisdens. -- - ---- -' --- ------- --- -
Butler, Mr. and Mrs. Narber of en's store on the main street of Golden Age Llbbjfa CrushedPineapple Campbell's

Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Brownlee Lake City spent Sunday in Starke town. To all "doubting Thomases"we
Mrs. L. A. Reynolds returned to
and have a
will'say come
mt Friday in Jack onvlUe.a. with Mrs. H. J. Sowell. MacaroniSpaghetti
her home in Raleigh, N. C., Monday and be convinced.Mrs. SOUPS
after a visit here with her '
W. Rhame of Hampton; was Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Lord left mother Mrs. E. E. Johns. Mrs. W. B. M. McMillan entertained

\ visitor to Starke Saturday Thursday for Lake Worth where A. Sterns and daughter Louise accompanied Tuesday afternoon, from 3:30: until No. 2 Size All Kinds ,
S o'clock in honor of her little
they will spend the summer Mrs. Reynolds and will r
I Paul Knight of University oforllia months. spend a while there with her. daughter Christine's tenth birth .
spent Sunday with his) par tin day. The hall was beautifully decorated 4pkgs.25c Per can - - 20c 3 for rwrrrr25c V
and Mrs. D. E. Knight. I In and The large
nlS i, Col. Elder W. T. McGuire will preach Miss Hai'el Kickllter and Mr. pink green.
table in the center of the hall was _
at the Christian church next Sunday
Clifford ---- ---'--
Croft of Avon Park, spent "
:Mrs. J. M. Colley and grandson, morning and Sunday evening. the week-end, In Starke with helnother draped in pink and green crepe,, ELL HOUSE ;|9
Basil May of Hernando are visiting Come. andwas centered: with the birthday '
Mrs. Miriam Kickllter. '
W. A. Colley. cake. vTbosefwno enjoyed the af I 1.-
MIss Kickllter is |
society reporterfor COFFEE Pound C'an 29c
Miss Edna Hutto Miss Fenella the Avon Park Dally Ameri ternoon were: Miss Edna and Eleanor - - -

Col and Mrs. A. S. Crews were Snyder Mr. Pete Hndley and :Mr. Carolyn,-and O. L. Harrison, .. ... .. ... _
can. ------- -- - -- ---- -- -- ------ - -
luslness visitors In Green Cove Howard Boring of Waldo were Dorothy, Frederick and Harvlne I Pure CaneSUGAR Conqueror Compound Ii r
Watterson, Blanche and Haynes
prlllgs visitors in Wildwood Sunday.Mr. .
:Mr. and Mrs. T. B. Irving and Rut.! '
Faver Don-Ice and Junior

Mr. and :Mrs. William Davis of and Mrs. Ira Andreu and Arkell Starke of for High a short Springs while, stopped Saturday ledge, Martha i Joyce Johns Marguerite Sugar Corn LARD2lb.

jalneavllle spent the weekendth family and :Mr. Louis Torruella of morning while enroute to I IJacksonvlUe. and Jean Houaer Lela :Mae ,

Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Calico. New York City, spent Tuesday in Mr. and Mrs. Irving' Sparkman Mary Louise Mast and '\
Emory Brown. Mrs. McMillan was 2cansfor---23c| Carton 22c
are editors of the High Springs Spounds25c -
. Comer Long, of Ocala spent the assisted by Mrs. M. L. Watterson,, .

'eek-end with his mother, Mrs.: F. Pearle Manning, Miss Lois Telegram. Mrs. Paver Mrs. O. L.. Harrison,, ...
Long.. and mother Mrs. W. A. Col Mrs J. F. Martin and Mrs. J. P., -
Colley Mrs. Geo. A. Gardiner Mrs. W.
ley, motored to Ocala and Silver S. Yelvington of Hastings, and' Sullivan.
Mr. L. V. Harper of Washing- Springs Sunday. Austin Winkler left Monday for 4J JSjI1ttiLI
Tuesday In !
D. C. spent New Orleans where they will be :

[Starke. Miss Pearle Manning has returned guests of Mrs. Gardiner's sister,, EVERGREEN

home after spending three Mrs R. A. Swift. ..... .... .... R
Miss Mary Brownlee returnedday weeks in Wildwood with her sister, Mr. WttA. .l C "JYhere Satisfaction 18 a Certainty" Rpr

from: Wab1t:where she Mrs. I* W. Strickland. Mr. and Mrs. H. D. May, of pr,
sited her sister Mrs. M. C.; Stlth.! Hampton, entertained a number of :Mrs.,C. A Prlngle and children,,

Mrs. L. E. Moseley, Mrs. V. F. their friends at Crystal Lake Friday were visiting, her mother Mrs. J.
Mr. and Mrs. J. S. BUtch of the Manning of the State Farm, and night May 9th. A delicious S. Rosier Saturday afternoon.J. T nesday. ..

State Farm were guests of Mr. and Mrs. L. W Strickland of Wildwood, camp supper was served to the Q. Rosier was a visitor to Lake The Junior Epworth League of

|Hrt H. L. Brownlee Sunday. were visitors to Starke Monday. guests, who were: Supt. and :Mrs. City Saturday. the Methodist church was delightfully You Know?
I A. J. Griffls, Mr. and Mrs. Bum :Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Peele spent entertained at the home of -;- Do -:-

_ MIss Vera Claire Robinson left Miss :Mardel Launt of Gainesville garner, Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Laird, Sunday afternoon with Mr. and Mv. and Mrs. D. W. Moore last I. (_bB. ""Ij,,ll! ra
Tuesday for Jasper, where she will spent the week-end with Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Moore George Mrs. R. S. Rosier. Tuesday evening with a box sup I
visit relatives. Misses Myrtle and Emma Strick :Moore Jean Laird and Julian Grit. Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Rosier and per. Twenty-four young people ; I't
land. fla. children were visiting Mr. present and a neat sum was -
were .. .....,
Mr. and Mrs. BID Stringfellow :Mrs. Henry Dunn at Woodlawn realized from the sale of the boxes. -""' -

lind children, of Cocoa, are visiting Mrs. A. Z. Adkins and Mr. and Members of the board of public Sunday afternoon. The money to be used in Mrs. ,. ', I
I f
relatives In Starke this week. Mrs. L. I.: Roane and little son,' Instruction together with their Mrs. J. S.Rosier attended church Moore's class at Sunday school ? r, $ "; \" ',;,'",,:,' ',',
weekend in Jacksonville at Long Branbh' Sunday.Mr. accident that ,
spent : families, were delightfully An automobile "r 1/'''''''
_ Mr. and Mrs. M. I* Granger ol with their sister :Mrs. J. L. Wilkes., by Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Laird : W. R.. Kersey spent the came near being fatal occurred .'yeti i ', ei ir; a' ,
Waldo, were guests of Mr. and I and daughter. Jean at their cottage week-end In Jacksonville. Sunday at 12 o'clock just north of ." .

Un. H. C. Wall Sunday, Mrs. G. C. White and Miss Miriam on Kingsley Lake Friday eve Lorene Rosier of Woodlawn Dr. Brown's home when a Studebaker ,
Jacobs returned Wednesday; ning. A delicious supper of fish spent Sunday,with her cousin_Louise driven by Russell Crack of ' ;r: : .",.;" !!,,:' yy' !t'(:,'
: Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Quigley, Mrs. from Tallahassee after several' chowder; fried bream and trout ,Rosier;' *: Jacksonville skidded and turned '""tI' k \,,,,, .',',;J.!''. ..,,\1 , '' ',','
r 'sJ""I.x'f
A. Scott Scott -
and Mrs. W. A. ---- --
- "
visit there. served the occupants .
days with salad and pickles were over twice pinning :' '''
|tnt Friday in onvlUe. plcnlo style. The invited guests ewLit beneath. Mrs. Doris Avery and ,.."aj..,_",, r ,
F '
.: Boring Miss :Martha Fripp, who has been enjoying this affair were: Mr. and Mrs. Brownie Gainey of :Jacksonville f
Mr. and Mrs. J. of visiting her sister Mrs. Luther :Mrs. A. B.'Surrency Mr. and Mrs.J. IVTEY were the moat seriously hurt. ,

(Lake Butler were :visitors, In Powell, left Saturday for her homeIn + L. T. Moore Mr. and Mrs. H. D. 111... B. If). ......Y. c.... The son and daughter of Mr. and .

Starke* Sunday. .Columbia, S. C. May, Supt. A. J. Grlffla, Julian Mrs. Bradley Green also of Jacksonville f fIII
,* MM. M M VM v Griffls and Wilson May. Mr. and Will Edwards were bruised and cut. They .-.
8. L. Prescott of Brooker, was Mr and Mrs. D. P. Carpenterand Mrs. R. B. Hobbs, principal and Piano Pupils Interesting of Mrs. Recital were taken to the office of Dr.
lIJ10ng the business visitors in spending teacher of Milton elementary Give in Starke and given treatment
are Biggs
|Starke :Mrs. T. Long primary The friends and parents of Mrs.
1'rlday.Messrs a while with their mother Mrs. W school and Misses Jewette I Will Edwards' piano pupils were I later they were carried to
T. Jackson In Baconton Ga. Conner and Iva Phillips of Bagdad, entertained at the I St. Vincent's hospital, where they r
R. H. Green and daughter were unexpected arrivals and added delightfully afternoon are still patients The car was -.
auditorium Friday iuit:
|I were and L. A. Fowler of Brooker, Mrs. W. J. Epperson and Mrs. to the pleasure of the occasion. school from 4 to 8 o'clock with the I completely demolished.GRAHAM.
Starke Tuesday. in
Tuesday .
George Anderson spent following program:
Jacksonville with relatives. At Sunset Gene Edwards.Mary I
Had Little Lamb-Easily:
ANT A WORH Mrs. ll: S. Hutto and daughter, BROOKERlM Shuford. '

Miss Edna Hutto, spent Saturdayin Pearl Oalacr. c... My :First Dancing Lesson Onle Mae Smith

** Jacksonville. While there they Patsy Lee Jtfitytt" *.,
COLUMNOR attended the No' :2 District meetIng :Mr. H. H. Howard was a business The Florida Waltz -, Gloria
: Woodmen Circle. last Fri 'Misses Thelma Wynn, .Gertie
of the visitor In Alacbua Johns.,,,. ?' .j,:(iA.Rose '
'd"atqPaulllle An Johnson' and Mr. Fred Johnson
CHEAP One Ford- ,
I Wilbur A., Scott has been notified day.Mr.. John Douglas was transact* der. were visitors In Starke Sunday.
fan Tractor. disc and J. M.
Mitchell plow. of his appointment by the Vo- ing business in Alachua: last Mon Morning Prayer .- Mary Ed. Miss Cleo Thomas and mother,
: Btarke. 5-15-tf.
lusla. county school board to the, wards. of Sampson, were visitors\ here i

tOST-Bay mare weighing. about prlnclpalahiptof the Orange Cityschool day.Mr.. H. P. Galney motored to Dance of the Jesters Grace Sunday.Mr. .
coming term. and Mrs. L. D Eaaterl1Ds--
rao Pounds and for the Starke last Sunday. Arwood. .
Heavy mane ,
taU. lean condition. Reward. M. Most of the farmers around here Careless 'Ease Mary Lucille and family of Wlndemere, have 1JlRW"l'' noiirTde'ri la d'irim 6oiiit'e'n'1(lay 2Of;;17 '
Lakeland I, '
L. Mr. S. L. Morrow of are through digging potatoes and Torode. VLuflabye moved back to our community. '
Thompson .L .
Lawtey. B-8-2t this back. under theeommand' of Lt. e.t.-Jo" Wlrulow, captured Pert eeueeJodrenthe.ltthmua }
transacting business here good. They Mildred Dinklns. glad to hav. them (
was the yield was very Of, CHIawectelwhlefi'eenneele' N.". Scotia wit] s
"R SALE-TO the highest and week. He U a representative of were on an average of about fifty Thoughts of Eve Beatrice Misses Oafs Mae and Era Smith ,New?,.ru"'ok.' -e"''Ju,.. <,ia, 178. end. I"'" tfelna etraek the, first ef] r
beat j bidder for cash Model A the American Agricultural Chemical barrels to the acre. Several carloads Miner. and Mr. Maryland Tenon were visitors the series of blows' that, ended French. rule In CanadattThe phoUgrepMnithe
Uctlt truck. Sale Co. have left here. The fanners The Wayside Chapel Lois to Cooler Pond Sunday. "ahewalhi;o."lw"'cIJJJllncll, es_ ;;g1t 'a ,,=p :Anqp.
near poatofflce
Starke, Saturday afternoon May are now picking beans and cucum Adkins.- Mrs BroughUm and family have Jn.meret.eJhs.y.tU3:
16th. 2 o'clock. It. Mrs. P. A. Maguire and daughter bers. ,Maiden's Prayer Rae Thede. moved back to our town. Glad they r .
returned to their home in Orlando Elder E. N. Anderson attended Etude WoUenkorft. ..... Louise are back. Punta Gorda Rebuilding Plant City Work started on 'M
"OR RENT_ Sunday after a week's visit church services In Jacksonville Thede. Mr. Jese Cain and family were Crosland dock, under way. construction of Catholic church bed apartment A three-room three- here with her parents Mr. and Sunday. tDuet, Polka-de-concert Louise visitors\ in Starke Saturday night. Delray Beach-Over $1,000,000; edifice on site of old structure. .,

hhe d with comfortably fur- Mrs.: A. M. Darby. Mr. and Mrs. IL L. Baker and an4 nee Tbede. Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Roberts were will be spent In southern section of Marianne Modern readytowear -
paid for '75 both and all bills Mr. C. A. Rowan and Delma Smithof The pupils all stow much Interest visiting Mr. Roberta' mother In palm Beach county In constructionwork 'store opened in West building ,

J tat"" by cents per day If Mrs. D b. Oliver and daughter Greensboro stopped over Sun- and improvement since last neaten Lake Butler Sunday. during summer. opposite Confederate monu f
the month. 'w. E. of IL B. Cree- served her Padgett Is here visiting Madison Grist mill opened at .moat.f
Daugherty. and Mrs. David Turner and son day with Mr. and Mrs. Mrs., Edward Mrs. Henry
6-lS-lt: Ft. Lauderdale are guests of their by on their way to Tamp Mr. I pupils and guest with an ice her parents for a while. fair grounds by Hunter Ruther Tarpon Springe Curt oa
1t\1' Mrs. W. A. Bes- here a few days after the 'programsMrs. i . ford. ;
PIANo SALBJ_New studio parents,' Mr. and Smith Is visiting course 0 ... .Eagle street being moved to make s
Pianos i29b.oo, One new Baby sent. before going on to visit a sister\ in Palmetto Seaboard Air Line Tallahassee State department) way for repaying of thoroughfare. d

J-nwd 133000 Rebuilt pianos Leesburg. El E. Burney and daughter completed building sidetrack along of public instruction distributed i Tampa-Federal survey of Tampa -
( *rnteed) 8500. Choose Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Brownlee, Mrs. L. W. McDonald and little Doris and MUe\ Jessie Mead spent north side of Its large new packinghouse $397,333 for schools recently. harbor practically completed. rkr
Jour Piano from these time hon- Mrs. S. E. Brownlee and sister\ IOn. Wilbur of Greensboro,, .are Monday in Jacksonville. on North Main street. Inverness-Valerie Theatre beIng West Palm Beach War department ti,

2 makes, Mathushek, Wurli- Mrs. C. C. Cross spent Sunday with spending: some time here with her Mr. Webb of Jacksonville.. was in Key West Permits totaling repaired. made appropriation for
uCable A. V. Long in sister Mrs. H. B. Crosby. recent week Halnes City Orange Blossom of used
M. Schult, Baldwin. Judge and Mrs. \ Lawtey Tuesday. 15,850: issued during repair shooting range by
Piano doubly guaranteed. Gainesville.Mr. Mrs. Louise Hicks of Waldo Is The berry season has about come by City Building Inspector Ralph Bakery opened'' In Ernie Arcade, Company C. National Guard unit
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. back of Angle's Soda here. ;
:""..LER visiting to a close with a very successful B. Plnder.
go rly Miners Music shopper and Mrs. R. L. Eppersonand W. Crews here this\ week.. season Dade City Busy Bee Service Work on 9.2 mil.stretch of state Palm Beach Plans made 'by 5k

Ioe 5' Gainesville and Ocala children of Jacksonville, and ... 91.500, Miss"Jessie Mead who'has bed Station corner of East: Church and road No. 29 from Indian Prairie town council for widening and ct

piJil7* T28 Green. (Piano Mr and Mrs. George Anderson of TitusvUIe Additional Federal Government In Lawtey for :something returned Fifth streets under new management canal to Klsslmmee\ river' progressIng beautifying Royal Palm Way la

;:- _-.r) SaUsfation Lawtey. spent Sunday with Mr. will be in spent Improving by local airport. to her home la Hampton, Wed- of T. J. Smith. rapidly. near future.y r.r

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Champion Girl Has TWFANTY-IIOJAMENDMENTS TO, ... It iw ordered being.that AIU or u.
/ fondant be and she "M u i
Enviable Record In I Hastings Fla.-Yields'of pota- quired; to appear to !la '""''
: toes in this section are proving to complaint Cl.rl'al* 'Vrf 1

FARM NEWS SECTION 7 Years' Club Work ARE PROPOSED BY I be larger than at first expected, anawer Btarke. Bradford said. Bill County on 'Volr"or""1k Si'

r d CONSTITUTION reports B. H. Vance county agent. June gratlons, A.of D.,Said 1911.! Otherwise' lot Iho..r at;;

Orlando, Fla.-Ruth Durren-: Particularly good yields are being """'.....I.H la further p'ba kn 1
Conducted By berger ore of the two outstanding -. obtained on land which had been this order be publlshurtm onco
I tor four
I* T. DYER, County Agent 4-H club girls In Florida who .. MEMBERS OF THE LEGISLATURE grown to Crotalarla before the potatoes Bradford lTcTr'cuKr'aS I
been awarded a trip to Mr. paper of
have Just
were planted, says
: MISS PEARL JORDAN Home Demonstration AgentFour ed In Bradford CountyhFlo pu ....
the National Club Camp In Washington Vance. The yield is averaging 50 Done and ordered at i '

.. D. C.. has been a memberof Senate joint resolution number barrels or better to the acre, and Ida this 10th day of Stark April",'.fI. 0
Club Members I .the 4-H club for seven yea.ra.During If all the proposed changes In 10 by Neel provides that. the governor yields of 75 and 80 barrels are not 19.1. O. W. .
a HINTS TO HOUSEWIVES this time she has made Florida' organic law which have of Florida may not run for uncommon. CI.rkrcUlt.ALD1iRIIAIf'\: :

a f Awarded Trips To I notable accomplishments as will been presented to the 1931 legislature any office while serving as gover (Seal ATTEST) :Bradford Above Is County pj;".."...
Weekly. from Dome Demonetras be seen from her own story of her to data should be approved nor. This resolution has passed the original OD file In a my coprp,
School build oll ,,
National 4-U Camp Milton Harold
there will be little need for a constitutional O w.
Lion Specialist, Tallahassee work, which follows: the senate. : !: \! ,
ing to be rebuilt after disastrous Clerk Circuit
I I was not quite 10 years old whenI convention.The Senate joint resolution number 5-l.5t-5.J9. COIIIt,

Gainesville, Fla.-Free trips to first ;Joined the 4-H Club, enrolling 22 amendments if adopted, 19 Is by lodges and relates to exemption fire.West

' r the National ,(-11 Club Camp, to be MAY DAYS ABE HAYHAW In canning gardening and would almost re-write the consti; of homesteads from forced I Palm Beach Southern 30- WOTICB
Inc. $
Investors capitalized
9'' held at Washington D. C., have DAYS clothing as my'projects.. tutlon. Then such proposals have tax sale. The senate committeehas I -
: Just been awarded to four outstanding At first I did not have any stan- been Introduced in the senate and reported the measure favor i 000, granted charter to.engage In In Circuit Court Bradford Csasy
Florida ,
real estate business. In
Florida club members. The an Inhabitant of dard containers for my canning, so the lower house received 12 duringthe ably. I* F. Blackburn Chancery:
; k' 414 i 'winners are Ruth Durrenberger, mayhaw I used my mothers old jars until I first three weeks of the pres- Senate joint resolution number Panama City Smith and Ker- Complainant.

ly C t Orange county;, Leila Mae Duke plnebarren ponds, and the sandy was able to buy some of my own ent session. 40. is by Getzen and proposes the sey, wholesale candy and cigar Sabina.*.Blackburn. DL"u

1 s and Arlington Henley Walton margins of streams, enjoys a wide with the first money that I won at Twenty nine representativeshave the levy of an income tax. Sena- dealers, leased building on Harrison Defendant

county; and Jack Platt, Marlon range of popularity In northern the fair. I was able to buy only a loaned their names to proposed tor Watson, in introducing joint avenue near Sixth street. to It the appearing Jilll Sled by In affidavit the aDDend.4

county. Each state Is allowed to Florida on account of the delicious few at first, but gradually Increased changes in the constitution, resolution number 112, proposesthe Fort Myers New equipment Cause that SabIna Blackburn above 141.4 1M

C ai: ,send two boys and two girls to the Jelly made from its bright colored the number with other prize some of them on more than one same thing. Neither measure Installed In Prather Dry Cleaning defendant r..ldent therein named Ie 0 o""-

camp and to win one of the trips fruit. They should be gathered at money until I had several dozen of resolution. Kanner Is on three; has come from committee. There Co., establishment. .he 10 .. residenstate he City Florida 01 Hiool, '114

is considered the highest honor 4- the first Indication ,of color and each. I always use the precookmethod Chappell, two;' Roblneau, four; are three senate joint resolutionsof Construction to start shortly on Cit mall{' In State of St Iowa, and geta bot
all exhibit Mathews, four; Keen, three; Tea- this nature. Pensacola-Mobil Canal for which 2nd Floor Band isVOvernthe
{ H club work offers. used promptly. Can the juice and for my canning,, nee q
These winners were selected for make It Into jelly as needed. but mostly the open kettle for gue, two; Lewis, of Gulf three; Senate joint resolution number, $ OOOOO has been' appropriated. Twenty-one It la therefore years.ordered uul

their long time projects work as Juice, Jelly, and Butter products for home use. Sledge, two; ,Tomasello three; 30 by Getzen proposed the same Palmetto Local State Bank non-resident defendant be that nijvll
The dollars McKenzie, two? Black, two; Booth, building to be converted Into talkIng hereby required to appear iwl
l well as community leadership. Juice Jelly and butter are the I used the twenty-nine as number 62 by Clark, that of bill of Complaint filed In to il
boys were selected by R. W. Black- products to be made from the fruit that I won at the fair in 1928 on two, and Westbrook, Kendrick providing a seventh supreme court picture theatre. on or before the lat day of said

, lock, state boys' club agent, and of the mayhaw. The pomace, or I my canning to buy my chickens Zlm, Brown Golf Coffee, Watson, justice.! Melbourne Catholic church said9bill for.divorcehwilllbe taken?

tE the girls by Miss Flavia Glcason, pulp, left from the jelly drop may I and In this way began my poultry Blount, Rogers; Kehoe, Bass. Cald- Reduces OfficialsIn building costing approximately confessed by said defendant It .
state home demonstration agent. be used for three of four extractions -I project. My chickens have made a well, Parker Mitchell, Barrow, the house joint resolution $10,000 will be erected on cornerof further ordered that this order 1M 1
published Iaoutlv
Two of the trips, valued at $100 of Jelly. Each process, of splendid record, enabling me to Steed and Wilson one each. number 49 by Mathews, Roblneau, Lincoln and Hickory streets .. weeks rln the for four BradfoJil

teach, were given by the Atlantic course. gives a different color, make many additions to my flock In the senate Getzen has sponsored Teague, Lewis Sledge Black, this summer. County llshed In Telegraph aald county, a newspaper and puwi

Coast Line Railway, and one by changing from the beautiful deep and to my bank account.In two constitutional amendments Tomasello, McKenzie, Booth and This April 25th A. D. 1931.atata
the Barnett National Bank, Jack rose-red color to a lighter and clothing I have learned to be and Senators Neel, Futch, Keen proposes to amend Section nr ATTACHMENT OP SUIT ,(Seal) G.Clerk W. ALDERMAN

r ,sonville. lighter shade with less and less my own seamstress making mostof Gary, Young, Clark Hodges, Bell, six of article eight and reduces the E. M JOHNS Circuit CGIItt

l Seven years ,ago Ruth Durren- flavor. Though there may still be my own clothes for the past six and Watson one each. number of county officials as wellas In County Ju4.-.'. Court, Bradford Solicitor for Complainant. .

berger began club work as a 10 flavor aplenty left after several extractions years. At the Short Course this Three Pass Each House'Three allowing the legislature to en- Arthur County Brymcr Florida. GtHB.IIBe

year old girl. She has been most It Is recommended that past year I won second place In the proposals; amend the act laws regarding the finances of Plaintiff! ,

Interested In garden projects, and the fruit be coked In an abundanceof State Dress Revue on an Informal constitution have passed each each county. Boards of county A. B.vs..Orsen, i

besides furnishing the home table water and the pomace left from party dress.. house. One has passed the senate commissioners are eliminated, the Defendant.

w with fresh vegetables has had a the first Jelly drip be put throughthe In home improvement I have and gone to the house for consider. same as in one other proposal. The To A.Civil B. Green Action and Attachment all other person
surplus to sell each year. In 1928 dltver or fruit press and a but. .. taken up both the exterior and interior ation.. Three others originating in house committee has not reportedthe Interested] _
she started a poultry project beautification of home Take notice that on the Und day
buy- my ,
I ter made. Use 1.2 cup sugar to the senate are identical with house measure. of April A. D.. 1981 Arthur Brymerplaintiff Y
Ing' 150 chicks with $25 she had :' each cup pulp and cook rapidly until winning in 1930 first place In the proposals. thus cutting the. total '''House joint resolution number Instituted and commencedby
won on canned products at the desired is reached. state for exterior beautlflcatlon. 51. by attachment of a certain Chevrolet -
the consistency number of new changes to 19. Two Mathews Roblneau. Teague, sedan engine number 131505
county fair. She has also learned Gardening has proved to be one senate resolutions have been killed Lewis. Sledge, Black, Tomasello his suit agalnat A. 13. Green In the
qw ,to do her own sewing. Last year desired of my most Interesting projects. I McKenzie Booth and above entitled court. _
However, if the butter is not In committee and two reported fa- Keen, proposes This therefore im to command
she was state 4-H. winner of the be cooked like my garden because It keeps me changes In Section A. you
the pomace may a vorably.The live Ar- B. Oreen and all other peraon
y ,exterior home beautification contest second time, by covering It with in the sun and fresh air, thus improving house has passed one constitutional ticle eight, relating to election of aid Interested court therein at the to court apepar house before at fair 'w'ithyourselfj

cold water, heating gradually and my health as well .as my change; the committeehas county commissioners from the Starke, Florida on Monday. June
4, Leila Mae Duke has had five allowing it to simmer slowly for pock at book. My garden furnishes reported favorably on two others county at large, five in each coun- let, UU be, and herein fall not lest default /

*o years of club work and during the 80 minutes. Drip and combine the fresh vegetables for the family din and nine are awaiting com- ty. This measure has been reported entered OEO. against A. GARDINER you. ,

time has been outstanding In her second extraction with the first for ner table and a large surplus to mittee action. favorably by the house commit- County Judfe Bradford County,

2 garden, poultry, sewing, canning jelly making. A good Jelly may be can and selL Senate Joint resolution number tee.House D. E.) KNIGHT Starke Florida., Florida. "applied'IJap..r.r-la sacteHful: Ie a, term pronKMivofolks. -"

$ and nutritional projects. From her, made by proportioning two cups I won second prize In the East three by'' Futch is Identical with joint resolution number Attorney Plaintiff 6-1-6C-6-J9 They .have earned. their pros

garden last year she canned 120 I of sugar for three cups of juice. : Coast District In the State Garden house joint resolution number 28 CS is by Roblneau of Dade, and NOTICE) TO perky by....Ial..a sir with tbusedvee. -
y quarts.. Last year she was state : When properly made, mayhaw Contest and sponsored by the ChIl- by Kanner. 'Westbrook, Roblneau, 'would permit levy on the> propertyof -APPEAR ,They hive faced probleaaeo
4-H winner of the nutritional contest brilliant red ean Nitrate of Soda Educational Mathews married the .uwelr, weighed facts' and .proIded
Jelly is of a beautiful, and Keen. Each calls women same as if The State of Florida to Sallie
and as such made a trip to In sufficiently Bureau last year. for constitutional they were The Padgett Gr..Unll'lto souaid buarsnee protection
color, delicious flavor a convention.The single. committee the .aUoa el their lnlere.
the National 4-H Club Congressheld firm to stand when turned out My club work as a whole under senate committee reported the has not reported this measure. the rntbY:
I at Chicago. and yet so delicate that it can be the leadrsulp of Mrs. Nellie W. measure unfavorably, and the lower Uniform SchoolsA Chancery Cause pending In the Circuit air with jrenrwJf. 4erp for6ntrsacI

Jack Platt has been In club work easily cut and smoothly applied to Taylor has meant more to me than house has made no report. uniform system of free schools County Court Florida In and wherein for J.Bradford J.. Pad- adequsle.HAROLD

I for four years, and during the time bread, rolls, etc. A delicious syrup any other thing that I have ever Trial for Crime Is proposed In house joint resolution g-ett !I. Complainant and Sallie Pad
,his record show a profit of $2,225. may be made by terminating undertaken. It has enabled me to Senate Joint resolution number number 89 by Chappell of gett Is defendant I... a non-realdent,, that the said of defendant the- C. WAIINSURANCE

& This la a fine business venture for the cook just before the Jelly stage see and to do things that would 60* by Young is Identical with Dade. The committee on constitutional State of Florida and that her resi

the boy who borrowed $25 to buy a I Is reached or when the mixture is have been Impossible otherwise house joint resolution number 27 amendments has. not reported dance person la.In unknown the State and of Florida here la the no

_ pig to begin with. Jack has also about as heavy as honey.' Pour -Ruth Durrenberger. by Kanner, and provides that no the measure. aervloa of a aubpoena upon whom

been carrying projects with corn, this into hot sterile bottles or small person may be tried :'for a capital Chappell also proposes to abolish would Bald defendant bind said In.defendant over the age and of that 21'' STARKE. FLORIDA

vr+ peanuts and chickens.. As president lugs and seal Immediately. DRESS REVIEW AND MODEL crime until indicted by a grand the boards of county commission-

a' of his club be recently made Isabelle S. Thursby. FURNISHED HOME FEATURED jury; excepting military. The senate era and some other county officials r
a special visit to every members'home. committee reported the measure In a change .asked in joint

At the Boys' Short Course '' unfavorably and the house resolution number 168, which the
Ocala, Fla,-A County Home Strawberry Plants'of'Quality
year: Jack, by examination Demonstration Club Achievement committee brought the resolution ,committee has not reported.A .
won one of the Bankers'scholarships NECESSITY OF CUTTINGCOSTS tax
out favorable on intangible
OF PRODUCTION Day was recently held at the Woman's on a report. property; Is
r. for $100 to the University In
Senate joint resolution number joint resolution number -
Club building here and a model In our Bl is the shortest
plant this
of Florida.
year as. grower
62 by Clark is the same as house 225 by Brown and Goff of Su- '
_ _
furnished home with food
Arlington Henley began club (By Spuds Johnson) along joint resolution number 62 by I wannee county. No report on this crop of plant we have ever produced It* not eye M percent
When, the Income Is reduced demonstrations and a dress review normal ever the entire ef ,
work 7
-rt years ago. After a few Blount, Kanner, Rogers Tomaaello. measure has come from the com- country.; Quality
'year the work was discontinued In there U only one thing to be done, were some of the achievements I mittee. the best ever-we are now making shipments late your
Kehoe Bass Caldwell Lewis
the and that 1* to reduce costs. Although shown. The different clubs plan I section.
county, and he began anew In Certain tax
Parker, Mitchell, Barrow. .Steeed exemptions Including -
__ 1928. His outstanding achievements we may think that our ned and furnished the different and Wilson and provides for a seventh i $500 for widows and for those MluloD&l'J'.rloot to 0000, S&80 per thousand; lf,-
have been In the field of costs of production are already as rooms in the model home. Two of supreme court' justice. This who have lost a limb or become 000 or over $3.20. See ear agent and place order. Oar

leadership however, he has developed low a* It Is possible to get them, the most interesting features of proposal has passed both houses, 'disabled In war service, and $2,000 catalog Is free for the asking.Agents . .
li a herd of hogs which now yet we must hustle to find ways to the dress review were a review of and now goes to the people for exemption of homesteads Inside : Brownlee Bros, A. J. Thomas,Bay Newsora

numbers two 16-months old sows,I further reduce them. dress styles from 1837 up to the ratification. city unites are proposed In house and O. W. Roberts, Lawtey. Fla. See them and place order -

:11 pigs and a registered boar. He i Citrus grower are once more present and parade of dresses Senate joint resolution number Joint resolution number 248. by Coffee early. to make sore of wants. We will hold yaor order.
which were made at a cost below
was recently announced winner of stirring their stumps to find methods of DeSoto. No I
two by Gary, proposing an amend- reportHouse .
$1.00 Miss TiUte Roesel home
the Tom Yon scholarship of $100to and' practices that will help to ment to Article IX of the constitution joint resolution number
demonstration stated.
_ the University of Florida. grow the citrus crop at a lower agent. income tax, has already 399 by Watson and house joint J. A. BAUER -
and still lower Prof. E. F.
cost. resolution number 400
Y TRAIN SCHEDULE passed, and will be presented each proposes
1 The Plant flex 21
3eBusk Strawberry. Man Jndsonla Ark.
extension cttrtculturlst ,
I to the electorate at the next revising article IX of the
WRUF FARM PROGRAM, has been advocating some things Effective March 29th our schedule general election. constitution to permit the sale of

The Voice of which seem to be feasible and changes and trains will run as Senate joint resolution number refunding bonds by cities In the -

# Flerlcla"I worthy; of consideration.It ollows: I' 11 by Bell proposing an inheritance first Instance and by counties in
I seems that 'citrus trees will No.1, southbound local due' tax has also passed. the second proposal.
Gainesville, Fla. With farm produce just as much fruit and Starke. 11:23: p. m. -
i, radio talk. scheduled for noon each just as good fruit with much less No. 11. southbound local due
cultivation than la Starke 11:10: a. m. I UNLOCK
ordinarily prac
'day next week, the University of No. 107 limited due Starke,
ticed. The In cultivation is
w Florida Agricultural Extension saving
10:30: a. m.
Service has announced another a saving In the cost of producing .
just No. 191, southbound, limited due -
series of Florida Farm Hour pro- citrus. .Starke 11:00 p. m. "P d
stems from state radio station Cheaper fertilisers are being No. 2, northbound, local due a.1 4r \ the Door
( WRUF, located here. The programs used by many growers.These are Starke 0:43: a. m.

:C will begin at 12 o'clock, eastern obtained in two ways: by Usinghigher No. 12, northbound, local, due
(" analysis mixtures and by Starke 8:05: p. m.
standard time each The list
No. 108. northbound, due Starke, to Volume
::4 of principal talk follows: purchasing thelertlllser.that' gives 15:03 p. m. .
Sat., May 1ft Florida Farm News the same amount of plant food at Stark Wannee BY CHECK"MEANS

and Hints. U. S. Farm Science the lowest price be these'' fertilis No. 101 leave Starke 7:00 a. m.

_ Hf *J* Snapshots. era derived from organic or inor- No.. 103 arrives 2:40: p. m. and More
genie sources. The Experiment -
MOIL, May 18 Summer Fertilisation -
and Cultivation of,Citrus Station at Lake Alfred and a number Bio Ban Schedule

-K. F. DeBusk. The Federal Perishable of grower have found that Southbound-8:31: a. m., 11:31

Agricultural Commodities trees do just as well on. Inorganic a. m., 401p.: m., 8:11.: p.'m., 12:14 PROFIT

Act -Farm Reporter.. a* organic, provided needed cover a. m. -
y Tue... May 19-Beneficial Birds crop material 1* furnished in eithercase. Northbound-S:50: a. nt:, 1:23 p.

;t and Insect in Pecan Groves F. Then the price of fertilizer m-,. 4:07: p. m* .7:6: p. m.. 4:43: a.

W. Walker Farm Question Box. per unit of plant food should govern ... It you have a really
the Tickets and information at
Wed., May 20-W* BeUeve In
LVB i Peanut Pork Products-H. Me Prof. DeBuak urge growers to Smith's Berrte Static, next, to good product stockor "

_ DowelL_ .. Primer for Town Farm: produce their own organic matter. courthouse. service Tell The
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tI\ + Cover crop can be grown In the PEACE OF MIND"I
World. Use your
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on nearby
Thurs. 21 Protecting Cot- groves '
: May d.aeis
If there la newspaper as an ad me
to the >
!Jt k l.DamageE. / liauled virtue in trading''home then 10:10 Train a. No.m. 107. flint clew matt knew ,,1 had paid that bill J, dium. Advertisers in this

there 1 18 good Judgment In growingour 10 50 and here'sthe proof-my can
; at Washington.Frt. ,Train No. 11. parcel post : paper are offered free use
1jI: .. May 22-Why 'it Pays to own organic matter. *t puts: e. m.. celled check."
the unemployed to work In the off! North of the Stanton Newspaper -
r..fij>l Market the Extra COCkerex.No.11 ''Mistakes occur in the best off
\ 'man R. Mebrhof. Farm Reporter 'seasons and, furnish material. Train No. 12. parcel post, '2:43p. Advertising' Service
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that Is as good a* goat manureor m.- amiliea, Ijut a canceled check of
fi. at Washington. Train No.. 108, first class man We effer the faclllUe with its wealth
11 The weather forecast will be given tankage from. South America or S:3O p. m. clinches31:! any argument over ef our splendid i smashing illustrationsand
Ii t t early In each of the programs. castor pomae from Italy. And it Final closing of night malls 6:00 bills. A checking account also organization to people I '
t Market will be broadcast help to cut coat of.production. potent
report p. !Do of responsibility. copy.
By making greater use of natural shows to the penny how much I.
N, from the State Marketing Bureau Starke and BeD Branch Come In and get ae
.In Jacksonville at 11 a. m.. 12:49: control of Insects, growers are I Mall closes 7:00 a. m. your living costs. qnalatedi today. Use the
enabled to cut coats of spraying. Mall arrive 2:40 m. Service
1,,k p. m, and 4:45: p. m. each week
Keeping the land and other fac- --
;.fl1 o day. tors In props condition for tree Miami Beach Construction to FREE TO OUR ADVERTISERS

;'\. ;';. During hot weather animal, growth enable the tree to help start coon on $55,000 home of J. M. The BANK of STARKEAN

: like humans needs a lot of fresh )vercome disease, and aave* mon- Francischlne.: to be built at 6319/
drinking water. >y In disease control. Collins avenue. HONOR ROLL BANK Bradford
'vi County
,.{:. .. a I. Grower who cut coats moet are I Fort )(yen New well being Telegraph
E. S. Pres.
Matthews B. J. Davis Cashier
,111'!. Bunnell-- New stage equipment '.he ones who make the mot prof- drilled for city; near pumping station. ,.
".: gins \installed In high school auditorium. Is and the least losses. .
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way and found even as he do thy will, 0 my God; yet, thy law tend regularly. passage for barges and pleasure t circulation
had constitute
said an
unto industry "
them. And as they is within my heart-Psalm 40: 8. Mid-week service at
were loosing the craft aa far as Choctawhatchee I the effect of which is felt an the .
aarar colt the owners With whom shall it be well l' Answer 8p.m
thereof said unto them Why loose read-Romans 8:14.: Bay. It will take only a little Inexpensive way from Pensacola to Key West. '
ye the colt? And they said the I excavation to cut 'a canal The average is more--In number

Lord bath need of him." There was May 18 PRESBYTERIAN I across St. Andrews' Bay. The I and in per capita dollars-and the 'I'II

a is a InP altraI e nyPath.. ll 1O$. no objection nor any argument How to Trust I next step will be to cut throughto I slight falling off in the season Just y.:+
about the disciples taking the -Trust in the Services Sunday May 17, as follows Apalachicola Bay. and so on,, ended is no more than was to have \

nrbUnf lf j. All religious teaching;, doctrine or :Matt. 21-5 says "AU this colt. Lord with all thine,heart; and lean : from bay to bay. This will makean I been expected in face of the gen-
? creed U they ere to have any claim was not unto thine own understanding.In 10 inland eral national depression.
c done that It might be a. m. Sunday school J. M. waterway along the I
t''love,lovalty l the Christ devotion whose of the words people Stinto must be In and with which was spoken by the fulfilled all thy ways acknowledge him,:. Truby supt. gulf coast to compare with that Florida is increasingly easy to ,
every ice prophet, and he shall direct "
Aching* rf*? end of whom It was said In John 7U,"NEVER MAN saying. Tell ye the daughter of Prov. 8:5 fta thy paths. 11 a. ja. Morning worship, ser- which the Federal Government has I get to. Five :years ago there was )

'fc S eT Vhs MAN." I Slon. Behold thy King ,,meth ..__ I mon by the pastor. constructed along the Atlantic not a single continuous paved highs I
.... : Who eons
are of
J1 -- God T
to thee, meek, and Answer 7 p. m. Christian Endeavor. Topic Coast, which now enables th I way southward from Washington. ,
home of Mary and Martha and I sitting upon an read Psalm
EEKtV SERMONETTB ass and a colt the foal of an ass."I I 27:14. "War, the Enemy of Christian smallest craft to voyage with safety Now one travels on concrete from !J,

their brother Lazarus whom he I "And they brought him to Jesus: May 17 Civilization." from New York to Miami. The I Maine to Virginia, thence either by a

The Traveler's Psalm had raised from the dead. There,, and they cast their garments upon 8 p m. Evening worship, song dynamic R. E. L. Pryor, chairman: the Richmond route or the shenandoah -

: I will lift up mine in the house of Simon the Leper,,, the colt, and they set Jesus thereon. Consider our Limitations: Lord, and sermon. of Florida Republican party, assures Valley to the splendid paved ;

aID111:1.the hills from whence 'Saturday, April 1, a feast was I And as he went, they spread make me to know mine end, and Prayer meeting Wednesday at this writer that, in due time, roads of North Carolina, across ,

unto given him signalized by the beautiful their clothes in the way. e e The the measure of my days what It Is; 8 p, m. there will be constructed a canal South Carolina on a highway system

KyyhepPcometh! from the act of Mary in anointing Jesus whole multitude of the disciples began that I may know how frail I am.- A cordial invitation to all our across Florida connecting the Gulf' which is good out of all proportion

I made heaven and with the costly ointment. . to rejoice and praise God with- Psalm 39: 4. services extended to all. with the uppear reaches of the, to the state's resources and

which The triumphal entry took place I a loud voice for all the mighty How may we receive strength? St. Johns River near Jacksonville.It so to Georgia (where there waa not p

PH. will not suffer thy foot to the following day, on our Sunday, works that they had seen: Saying Answer read Jeremiah 31:3. INTERESTING ARTICLE ON costs no more per mile to dig a single first-rate rocJ five years of
serviceable sea-level canals in FlorIda but today there are half dos-
thee April 2. Blessed be ago a
keepeth the
UediHe that King that cometh : 18 FLORIDA AND
; "Aa'd It came to pass when he in the name of the Lord May than it does to b,'lld a concrete, en of the best, traversing the great
: in
foot slumber. peace (Continued from page 2.) highway. No locks are needed.I state from border to border), and e
be that keepth Israel was come nigh to Bethphage and heaven, and glory In the highest. A New Creation -create In mea
Behold, slumber nor sleep. Bethany at the mount called the Thousands of people were in clean heart 0 God; and renewa newspapers of the United States am not attempting here to d 0United the southernmost tip of the

\ neither Lord Is
The shade Upon thy right disciples." and many of those came out to 51: 10.How. ian newsprint manufacturers: who spots of Florida's Industrial growth, are more rail connections from the

j |II thy You are familiar with the townof I meet Jesus and his disciples and does God love? Answer control production and price and and prospects. There Is room for north into Florida then there were

/ shall not smite thee Bethany as the home of :Martha, then turned back in a great read-Mlcah 6:8.: are out of reach of our antitrust many more new enterprises than five years ago,, more trains and :'

!,The sun the moon by night.. Mary and Lazarus. Bethphage as sion to the city. But when proces-the law The only spot on the map these I have mentioned-indus better running time. The transportation '

I The nor Lord shall preserve thee a town has long since disappeared. Pharisees saw and heard this May 19 where newsprint can be made In tries based upon the almost untapped lines realize that Flor
the United 'States than natural resources of the state ida's day has hardly begun to
Even the place where it stood is cheaper
\ evil He shall preserver thy praise of Jesus they "Said unto Inexpressible Peace The
all ; not certain. "Bethany" meant him peace Canada can ever hope to sell it is And they are coming one by one,, dawn and they are seeking strategic -
Master rebuke thy of God which pasieth all understanding Y
disciples""And in Florida-whence water transportation Hand In hand with this industrial]I points of entry agaluat the Inevitable -
"House of dates and
J The Lord shall preserve'g thy "Bethphage"meant he answered and said unto shall keep your hearts
brings the most growth agriculture and horticulture time when the ports nf the
I. out and thy coming In from "House of figs. The two them I tell you that, if these and minds through Christ Jeaus.I .-
settled part of the nation within have grown too, since the I Gulf of Mexico will take on new
1 time forth, and even for ever- disciples sent by Jesus were prob- should hold their peace, the atones Phil 4:7.What: .
I range of low freight rates. boom days. Importance as being closest to the
Peter and John.
ably The mountof would "
immediately cry out. This does God require of us?
Kyer "God will take care ofTiro' Olives) was about a mile east of entry Into Jerusalem was prophet- I Answer read-Eph. 412.: Three big paper interests as I Florida does not :yet raise enough I Nicaragua Canal.
: I write this are negotiating for mill poultry eggs and dairy products to Florida is only a little way aheadof
Jerusalem. The of that sled
day O'er all the i top moun- hundreds of before Zach-
I years II
every I 20 sites and pulpwood supply ThereIs supply its own population let the rest of the nation in regarding -
will take care of you. God tain is about 2650 feet above sea ariah (9:9): and referred to by oth- May
}:Ha room In Florida for four big pa- alone its winter visitors. But up- the Nicaragua canal as a certainty -
level and 208 fet than the
1 take care of you. higher er prophets. Jesus looked down Pride a Pitfall Pride goeth be- per mills, producing five to eight to-date dairy farms are on the Increase and that not far In the fu- k,
Sabbath day. top land on which the temple stood Jerusalem "And
unember the upon wept over It, fore
destruction and a haughty hundred tons a day each. and some amazingly successful ture. The right of the United
20:8. Go to Jesus said to the two disciples "Go Saying, If thou hadst .
it Holy-ExoeSus known spirit before a fall.-Proverbs 16: The only drawback to even poultry ventures are to be I States to construct it Is already i
i Sunday. ye into the village over againstyou the things which belong unto thy 18.How speedier development of the paper found In every part of the state, secured by treaty. Our army and

; in the which at your enteringye peace! but .now they are hid from should a Christian walk? and other Industries is being elim Agriculturally Florida Is doing navy engineers have pronounced0'

shall find a colt tied whereon thine eyes.. This occasion and at Answer read-Lam. 3:22: 23. inated now. This is freight cost of very well. the project feasible. The Panama

SCHOOL yet never man set loose him, and the grave of Lazarus are the only fuel. Florida produces no oil, no And the largest of all Florida Industries Canal has proved such a huge success -
SUNDAY bring him hither. And if man times Jesus is said May 21
any to have wept. coal. Coal from the southern Ala- the tourist trade. Is growing that it is overcrowded with
LESSON t. ask why do loose him? "The
I you ye things which belong unto King of All the Earth-God Is bama mines comes In by rail. The healthily and steadily fromyear I traffic; large ships frequently have

thus shall ye say unto him, becausethe thy peace," are said to be, the the King of all the earth: sing ye Panama City paper mill uses three to year. Florida's winter climate to wait a day and a half to get X;

Lord hath need of him knowledge of God in Christ Jesus praises with understanding. hundred tons a day. Shortly it has not changed The Gulf'through And it Is earning $100- >

FOR MAY 17. W31/ The donkey, or ass, was a symbol the acceptance of Jesus as Savior, Psalm 47: 7. will come all the way by water, Stream still follows Its old course, 000 a day in tolls. Florida and

of peace, as the horse was of war. true repentance, sincere faith and What is new every morning? and will further reduce the cost the sun still shines upon Florida's the Gulf coast see the Nicaraguan

bject: Jesus enters Jerusalem The young colt "whereon yet never a life of obedience to Christ. Answer read -- John 17:6-9.: of making paper. While this diverts palm-fringed beaches. The hotels canal not merely as'a shorter

tog. man sat" was fit for royal and "And he went into the temple, 300 tons of coal freight from rail- and aparements mansions and cot route between the Atlantic and Pacific -

Idea Text: "He is Lord of sacred use. When Solomon was to and began to cast out them that road to water the railroad will tages, for which the land boom wan coasts of the United States- {t

j and King of kings. Rev. 17-: be crowned king at Jerusalem King sold therein and them that bought; BAPTIST greatly benefit by carrying 250 responsible, have not been destroyed. two days' steaming shorter In each tx

David commanded "Cause Solo- Saying unto them It is written My tons of paper a day which will beara Florida does Immensely better ocean-but as a route which will

IOQ Text: Luke 19:20-42: ; 45- mon my son to ride upon mine own house is the house of prayer: but Sunday school at 10 a. m., A J. greater toll charge by its winter visitors than It wan I make New Orleans Mobile, Pensa

mule and bring him down to Gi- ye have made it a den of thieves." Thomas supt. One hundred and The Federal Government Is back able to do only a few years ago. cola and all tne other Gulf ports

e and Place: Sunday before hon." Are any uses of your church ten present last Sunday. Good! of canal construction. The canal It houses them better, feeds them the logical points of transshipment

| crucifixion: at Jerusalem. Probably Jesus exercised his supernatural such as those in the temple T Now keep coming. connecting New Orleans with Mo- better gives them better roads to from rail' to water and vice '

introduction: "Jesus arrived in knowledge in knowing' Worship at 11 a. m. and 8 p. m. bile Bay Is finished. Much of the motor on, better waterways for versa. The short route to Panama i

y, on the eastern slope of I where the donkey would be found DAILY BIBLE READINGS Very large audience last Sundayat money for extending this coastal their boats and charges them on today lies east of Cuba. From ?'

i Mount of Olives probably in I and what the owners would say to I '-- the Mother's Day service.. The canal to Pen acola has been appropriated the average much loss Half a. Pensacola south to Nicaragua Is a r

i evening of Friday, March 81, I his two disciples. May 15 pastor was glad to see so many Thence eastward Santa million tourists annually putting straight line passing between Cuba

I made his headquarters in the "And they that were sent went The Law A Delight delight to in church and invites you all to at- Rosa Sound provides a safe inside several hundred million dollars into and the Yucatan peninsula. The a'

harbors are ready the railroads

are ready everything Is ready for h
fcoROTHY P RNIT By Charles McManus
the Gulf cities to take instant ad-

.. vantage of the Nicaraguan canal ;
f HftW ARTHUR- ; Bn-'IA THAN THAT TOME f i when it Is built as It t
OH' i -> YOU OUGHT To KNOW l WHY OlONT YOUCOMl 1 OIDNT Pd inevitably
ARt VOW OO4NC 'M A JUST WHY DCMT YOU CONUT SOME Wilt On I I YOU POOR>> FlSrt You KNow You Y uR Q H: must be. And the distance from Vi,

o CwoKtR ofrtct THOUGHT TAXE A. ruu I'D /\ THE YOU INS THE.0 RIGHT.. THAT TIPS CAN AT C.'II ARE JUST THROVWI C "(oUR ,HAD To 4'' tr NNNiNGS THANKS ; Pensacola Mobil and Gulf ports tlA;

COIN AWAY-I KNOW KNOv1 NY 4x to Nicaragua is only one hundred
r' / MARKET|IN THE (\ TMfe RlCrlTTime NvEa WHAT S COIN. pri-J THING 4*.40 miles more than the distance from r

f/ -rMOVGHTOTMA1 II EEL SORrYrou ( Fei ."fou- o UI P t New York to Chicago. Y'

"' eooMft".o-aT 1'S The foundations Indeed have
been laid for an era of commercialand
e a industrial development of the ,
0c Gulf country in the next generaf

1 tion which will compare with that '

around the shores of the Great

Lakes during the past generation.

O 1 yi Chicago :Milwaukee: Duluth Detroit x

(7 Cleveland Buffalo were not r
N.I5WE6T built In a day. Chicago Is celebrat-

ing Its centennial two years from

now. It has taken Cleveland and

i Detroit longer than that to reach

their present eminence. Florida
? and the Gulf country are just beginning -

by Their advance
--- comparison. -
C11tc1MNU9.ooK \ / .
'- -- -- from practical isolation has
__. been made within a generation.

( s.MCMamis They have passed unscathed thru
nOROTTTV FIARNTT every catastrophe. t

S I.. .1
WELL To.hitHT. ""LL E.'JEN'NC' 44P ILL TRY IT %)OST + x Contract let for hard-surfacing

SHow' EM AUI iAM (- BREE"2.E ONCE MORESWEET AT / highway No. 4 Port Orange and

k THE puOE YEA' Tomoka Creek.
'It 'j, ,

(re.r ICuESsI'll In Circuit Court-Bradford County
,, DAO'W .P /lt w Plorldi. In dancer .
U. Kirk Iwla,
NAT Complainant.
I ".. e
4ti ,, tA.U. Hick fowls.
Defendant. H
I 0 It appearing by affidavit appended
to tho Kill filed Inthe above
eaoee that Issue Hloha Lewis the
defendant therein' named la a, non
raaldent I of the state of Florida, and
she Im a reldent of the town of May
Mlnetla, Stab of Alabama. and ..t. y
her' mall In ear' of Mr. 1. M. Nicks,
and. )I. over the age of twenty-on. r
,.,.r. 01 .... II la therefore ordered
that aaid non-reaident defendant ba i
and she la hereby required to appearto
4ICe VMT f'i' the bill of complaint filed In said
Me4tytpaf. came on or before the let day of ;'
June A. D. ItJl otherwlae the allocation -
-. .. of laid bill for divorce and d
other relief will ba taken a. eonfeeaed -
Yews 1 by said defendant. It la further
ordered that thin order-be pub-
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Mined. onoe a week for four aonieeu- ,
Charles five week In the Bradford County
By Me
DOROTHY' DAKNTT anus TcUaraph, a newspaper published
aald/ county and atale.
This April 17th Itll.
WEE7 tiV4WINC DREEIE IN CI.k o. Circuit Court
1 gE ToM EU.-( tiE WILL gtCb lou w E. )d. IOnN8. .
; I BREEZE 'e Solicitor for Complainant.
> A 5QNC-
'1"oaUCE" ( _-l-ll-S-M, ?

Notlae la hereby tires' that thirty
Q r naya after data hereof, to-witI 1LI k
the let day of June, 1.01 the ua-
I It deralarned. OuardUn' for' Lucille Forayth IBRADFORD
and! Eugene Voreyth. minorhelre
i of W. K. Voreyth. decoaaed. l)
r will apply to the honorable 0.... A.
flardlner.o County Juda-e of Bradford
I County, Florida, for an order to sell
at private eale the one-fourth undivided
; Intercut. each of aald mlnor'e f'
In. and to the following daeerlbodlanda d
tying and being In Bradford
I Connty. Florida, to-wlti
The Booth half of the Northwest a
quarter of the Northwest quarter of
Moetlon One (1). Township Fire (5.. ,.''
Houtb of n..... Twenty-one <3l). nleect
ese ptiat therefrom one acre
a aame, deeded to Blversreen Church i'
I 1 Aue...' lard' ..Q.. containing aU J
nineteen acres' more or I......
;-. ,, '.JlI' '' Tble la* day of May I Ml.MAOUlfi .
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trons of the public schools that a vote's a vote. -----___

,I j q Bradford County Telegraph text books go out of date so rap- X-Be sure It doesn't mark the

1 Established 1877 I From Other PensA I idly as they do in Florida. A great spot. I Advanced Refrigeration

deal of unwarranted expense wouldbe Y_Yell. Your virtues (if any.)

curtailed if the younger mem- Z-Zealous. Ever be in the In-

Published Weekly on Fridays and Entered as Second Class stave mill recently started at bers of a family of children could terest of the deer peepul.Having .

j i Matter at the Post Office at Starke, Florida Starke Is doing staving business. use the books banded down by old- .-- -

-Delray Beach Hammer. er brothers and sisters as they are Half Million In
E. S. Matthews _________..._________ Owner and Publisher promoted upward through the a Dumped
--'-0-' Your Lap

.J. C. obinson ____________________ Managing Editor Abolishing offices does not always grades. These volumes may be a (Gainesville Dally Sun.)
mean a saving in taxes. bit dog-eared and pencil-marked,
SUBSCRIPTION RATE Starke Telegraph. Not when two but their 'contents are exactly the The whole country was interested -

new ones are created to fill the va- same as when they bad newer in the Buffalo man who won

Yearly, $1.50; Six Months, 75c-Payable in Advance cancy.-Delray Beach Hammer. bindings. more than eight hundred thousand
There is dollars by reason of having drawn.
{ Advertising Rates on Application -o--- a very strong suspicion
11L Tampa Tribune editor must be that business _enterprise. on the the ttrfnninv ticket In an English b
race;; t ry.Newsp r
near-sighted or blind to want to pan or scnooi bOOk manufacturers I horse l pers 34E. a4i

In these days they start dyeing young. place a tax on silk stockings. has something to do with these, everywhere printed hIs picture and

Starke Telegraph. He la neither constant'changes. The the sound picture news reels photo-

o -Just growing a little indifferent. law could very easily step in and graphed him and made him talk.

Corn on the cob has started rolling from Fort Meade. Inverness Chronicle.o curb the book-agent'methods of the Our neighboring communities of

-o so-called text-book combine. Starke and Lawtey did not invest,

o this session of the legislature o municipally speaking; In horse race

Corking good times usually follow uncorking time falls to accomplish anything worth Myself tickets but this past winter they

while, the next body should be (From the Boston Post) did stake a lot of money on the
o made of Bradford planting and raising of strawber-
up -
1 I have to live with and
myself so
f'lrir The hitch-hiker hasn't received official attention from County Telegraph. What have the I want to be fit for myself to knowI ries. And they have won. Receipts
women ever done to from the crop up to a week ago,
a s the you want to be able
legislature as days go by,
i Worth Herald.o according to the Starke Telegraph,
Always to look myself straight In
o -- --- were well beyond the half million

An echo is the only thing capable of depriving a womanof Head of a soup concern ''left an I don't the eye want; to stand with the set dollar not mark ended.with the shipping season -
estate of hundred yet
a million dollars, r
the last word. accumulated through a firm beliefIn ting sun A Now not,all of this money is net D t y, t Nt..ra aAr t
+ And bate for Ute I've
myself things
o advertising and water. -,Starke done. profit to the growers; they bad to aVtx
Telegraph. And now some sunof- spend a considerable amount for

E Along with raising cain, Russia has rased prices on all agun will up and say it was mostlyon I don't want .to keep iC' t on'C a closet plants, for labor, for picking and ;

foodstuffs fifty percent. account of the water.-Bronson shelfA marketing, while the transportation -
Journal. companies bad their share of

o .--rp ..lot- of. secrets-- about- myself-, the earnings in the form of trans..
was 1001 myseiz as i come ana ,,
Headline said Movement for Hoover gains. And there If all the foolish words spoken Into that' go portation charges. But Just the

by a young man in the Florida thinking nobody else will same. more than half a million dollars ,_ .._ ...m.. ..' ..... ._- n' v"art.,
all kinds of movement. know
ir are is the amount into the
moonlight were placed end to end poured
s o the girl could still swallow them. The kind of a man I really am; laps of the growers of the Starke Continually working for the ad I I'ancement sentatlve. Economy, efficiency ujoeauty

Starke Telegraph. Proving beyond I don't want to dress up myself In and Lawtey districts so far this '\ of domestic electric n have been the guiding iui
_ It is not necessary for a 100-percent"American to stag 0 doubt that the human capacity for sham. season. frigeratlon, engineers of Frigldairt of these engineers and .. .nn

: himself or his business. some things Is beyond limit. Prior to these crops were the ,Corporation lave made It; possiblefor the Frigidaire of today opentai
Bronson Journal.Dorothy I want to'go. out with my head Wauchula, Lakeland and Plant this General Motors subsidiary much lower cost, freezes nonli

O -0-- erect- City movements, adding away be- this year to present a household cubes fatter, has an Interior IB

p Some of those going courting before marriage afterwardscomplete Dix bands out Information 1 C want to deserve all men's respect yond a million dollars for strawberries refrigerator with many refinements exterior finish of durable whi
But here In the struggle for fame 'and improvements according to an porcelatn-on-steel and !
alone. pmU
that la
j the course in a courtroom. already well known to and
husbands when she said pelf This has been accomplished at'a announcement by the local repre- more shelf space than before.
a man
I:, want to be able to like myself:!
tin O must be a liar to get along beautifully time in the history of the country ,
I don't
want to look at myself and ..
Trade at home campaigns are unnecessary in those towns with his wife.-Starke Tel' know ...'11 when the buying power,of the people -

kr' 'where value secured for graph. Dorothy Dlx has a line of 'Tbat.rm, ''bluster and I Is supposed to be at the lowest
money spent are equal to those to be dope at that which has never been empty howv.' <*" ,bluff and ebb.. But; folk must have their FLORIDA COLLECTS IN EXCESS

secured elsewhere. equaled. Bronson Journal berries and evidently ,there were ,

f D --o- I never can bide myself from me; way enough about people it, to who send thought to ,Florida that THIRTEEN MILLION GAS LEYl!/
Abolishing offices, does not always I see what others may never see;
j r It's human nature to be contrary, said the man as he perhaps as much as two million
mean a saving in taxes, remarks I know what others may, never
slipped safety blade marked "not to be dollars for this one food product.
a razor resharpened"Into
the Starke Telegraph which ,know; i to" c -
J his stropper. might have addded that cutting out I never can fool myself and so ---oetter.1J- More Than Two Hundred Twal

advertising space in your newspaper Whatever happens, I want to be THERESSA Seven,Million Gallon Sold
I is usually another poor way to Self-respecting and conscience. Consumers In This State flu

_ w The surprising feature about so many candidates announcing reduce expenses, but a good one to free. J :Kirs. A. I* Sullivan the Year 1930.

for governor is that no one has proposed a legislative reduce Income.-Bronson Journe.1. A_

_ investigation.Some ---o,. She's SpokeDo Mr. and :Mrs. U. G. Sapp of Lake Florida used 227,038,913 gall

Before you do too much kicking we laugh in our sleeve Butler visited Mr. and :Mrs. C. Sullivan of gasoline during 1930 and coed

D on the amount of taxes paid for 'Cause the funny bone's there? Thursday afternoon. $13,055.175 in taxes at the is
Starke, Fla., May 5, 1931.
parents are convinced it ,is the color of binding on our schools, figure how little it is When we talk through our hat Bradford County Telegraph, Master Hutton Lee Clarke of of six: cents per gallon, the bun
compared to books and "extras" Does the heat singe our hair? Starke visited Phil Brown Sunday. of public'' roads of the Unit
14; school books that go out of style so quickly, rather than contents Starke Telegraph. In almost any Did a man ever do it Starke, Florida. Mr and Mrs. C. Shattler and States department of agrlcultu
r Dear Editor
_ of the books. business that "extra" item Is one When we say "chase'yourself?" : children of Jacksonville visited Mr. announced in a bulletin Just ten
Jr Just a small place, please, in
and Mrs.,Ed. Sullivan
which is appalling. In educationit And if he attempted: Saturday., The bulletin says:
D your much Valued columns to express -
j is no less so than in other lines. Where begin on htgneeI 7 most Mrs. Ruby Gaines of St. Peters- "The gasoline tax yielded
and heart-
Business conditions generally would be better if Uncle -Bronson Journal When you're tickled t q death my burg, was the week-end guest of revenue of $494,683,410 in 1930 ti
felt thanks to the
Do you ever stay dead? her slater :Mrs. C. Sullivan. nearly fifteen billion gallon
Sam would -o --
quit putting the government into business in com First, to Superintendent Grime
The main difference between the How can a man crack,a Joke Mr. and :Mrs. .S. E. Trlest and gasoline were used by the mot
and the honorable school board of,
petition, with individuals life sentence pronounced by a Judge On the tongue in his head? children visited Mrs. Triest's sisterat vehicles of the United States.
_ 0 and that of a preacher Is the time And when your voice drops, Second, to Professor bowling I Orange Heights Sunday. I "As compared with 1929, tl
off allowed by the former for good Are your words always broken? :Mrs. Josephine Sullivan of tax revenue increased H S p
With twenty days left, the legislature faces days and >ehavior.-Starke Telegraph. Per Or is .it just English and'his vety of teachers.efficient and attentive Hampton visited her son, C. Sullivan cent and the consumption of gu

I' nights of hard work or else there will be an extra session. In' haps the preacher realizes there As she's always been spoken? Third corps, to all the schoolmates and Sunday. line increased 3 1-2 per cent
either case the members deserve will be precious little "good be- Does a fellow leave town Mrs., ,W. M. Phillips and little spite of the fact that there w
sympathy. especially to my kind and obliging
lavior" following his sentence.- 'Causo he's others to make? daughter Doris, and Miss Theo no increase in the total number
0 Bronson Journal Is a woman a peach classmates for their many kindnesses Bush were shopping in Starke motor vehicles. The average cosumption

'r, The legislature in providing for payment of taxes in installments o 'Cause the b'ush' is skin deep? 1930-31 during of Starke the closing term School of !, Monday. per vehicle was 554 p

w is legalizing the method You would think that paRAG- Why call man a lobster High Mr. D. W. :Moore and son, How- Ions in 1930 as compared with K
some taxpayers are already which is ever to be rememberedas
rapher of the Starke Telegraph when he sticks like a leech? ard, were business visitors to ..gallons in 1929.
using paying the first and final installments some of my best and most beneficial Gainesville
had a grouch on when he pennedthe When you MY a man is nutty, Monday. "A gasoline tax was Imposed
school .
forced to do so. following: "Perhaps you have Can you tell by his bark? days.Also Misses Hazel Phillips and Thelma all the states, the rate rangb
first, last and to
noticed When he's out with the . always Sullivan were nhnnnlnw In ,.
n that the home owners who owls. -D irom 2 to e cents per goiion.
one ana au wno contrioutea or al take pride in keeping their prop- Don't we call him a lark? Starke Saturday afternoon: average rate was 3.25 cents p
It would make matters a lot easier for the legislature i if rty in good condition are usually When*nv. Irishman's dead in any way in constructing, Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Packham gallon. The net revenue of$4

every business and property owner would be'willing to pay the ones who are penalized with an Why-make him a wake finishing and equipping the splendid were visitors to Cedar Key Satur 683,410 was allocated as follow
school building-that is so convenient ,4
s the tax they should, but it's human nature'to want the other extra tax assessment"-BronsonJournal To make bay In the sun. and comfortable that all day.Mrs. Ida' ''I $1.102.187 for, collection expense
Does that mean you're, a rake? Youngblood was a bus $338.927.864 for state highway
fellow to pay the bill. Is a man full of prunes may practically use their schooldays ness visitor to Starke Monday. I $96,225.637 for local roads; P
to their best
F o Before you do too much kicking When he's handed a lemon And interest. Miss Teresa Bennett of Starke,' 869,901 for state highway boi
in conclusion dear
s If legislators want to earn the gratitude of movie paw on the amount of taxes paid for You say "Pretty as-" well classmates now., have we shown, our spent the week-end with her sister payments: $10,179,135 for Joe 1
r schools You mean angels in heaven. Mrs. C. Sullivan. road $11,842.9for ,
figure how little It is compared bond payments;
trons, let them pass a bill requiring producers to label ad- to books and "extras.: "- Our language is full appreciation by using same to our Mrs. A. U Sullivan and little city streets; $13,404,200 <
-v vertising matter, the same as newspapers are required to Starke Telegraph Right. Coats Of paradox wealth- advantage? son Othma, spent Sunday with her schools; and $2,131,856: for miw

',I mark readers as advertising when they, are paid for publish.. more for one now than it did a When a man drinks like a fish Very cordially youre.Eva M. Lee., mother and sister, of Hampton. laneous expenditures.

ing them. few years ago for a dozen... It has He makes a hog of himself. Misses Oulda Hall and Thelma "The average of the annual I nistration

got to where the man of average Rural Culture. Sullivan were In Starke Monday. fees is $13.41 and U

Iyr o means and three or four children -i FERTILIZER USE SHOWS LOSS Miss Ida Hagan was a visitor to added to the average gasolineof t

The state of Washington put a tax of 15 cents a poundon bas got to get his children on the A Politician's Alphabet '- Starke Friday. $18.62 made a total direct ton
list of charity for the underprivileged (Quincy Herald.) Bradford county farmers use the Mrs. J. Carstensen and Miss the motorist of 3203. The
a butter substitute and did not collect ;
one cent during A largest amount of fertllier duringthe 'Clara Swindell 'were
Abhor. in
child if he gets them over Everything abhor- shopping two taxes formed the largest
the first month. It was simply taxed out of existence and the top In schooling. Delray rent to the majority.' winter and spring months according Starke Saturday. of revenue for highway pub.

:' those who couldn't afford to buy the dairyman's product'had Beach Hammer, B-Beware of taking a stand until to the report issued by the Mr. and Mrs. S. R. Swindell and "An analysis by the tures

to do without the --oAt -- knowing bow the wind blows. Inspection bureau,' department of family, visited Mr. and :Mrs. John shows that the average coasuffl
v last we glimpse a gleam of C-.Conjure. Up scenes of your agriculture. This monthly report Jordan of McRae Sunday. ton of gasoline per motor venli'

kY o real, genuine tax relief. ,The senate early childhood.D credits Bradford with using 92 tons S was 452 gallons in 1925 and the

Some editors think, the American ,flag, should protect passed 27 to:11, bill exempting Decry.. Detest. Demur during April. as compared with hAn barn Aft ittf-.i...fifMi-*each year
homer from state and county B-RxceL In everything. 208 tons during March. For' (the 558 gallons in 1930. This lucresU
Americans in countries from bandits
foreign forgetting that
taxation. The home-owner :F-Favor. state the amount used during April Heilbronn Springs in
living Anything that'll get thought to be the result p5
ray the flag is no protection from thugs'in Its own country'and In his home at least nine months votes. was 24,660 tons while 46,302 tons wise rear' Jr....... c... of the' increased percentage

'' there are thousands of Americans killed at home by banditsto of the year, would under thia act, Gravitate. To the good were used ,during March. Polk trucks and other'' commercial i

one killed in a foreign country be freed of payment of taxes to planks In the other fellows platform county led the list with a con;:, Mrs L. I* Bryan of Raleigh, was bides but It, has 'also been inn ,

tate or county on property occupied sumption of 3,826 tons.' Figuresreported visiting her father, Mr. W.. C. Rho- enced. by increased use of the a"

ytil o as such limited to one-half B-Hoorah. For. your' party; include sales of one ton den this,week.Mrs. .. age vehicle."

Sufficient investigation was made by the legislature acre in municipal limits and 190 t'hell with the other. or over. I Mary JeweU and The bulletin showed that FK>s

i about the race acres in 'the rural districts. The I-The moat Important letter. Sa- I daughter. Ida and Georgia, with state F"
track racket to determine that races were held SERVICES AT SAXTON Pauline and son George Jewell,
relief that this will give to home- Use frequently. gaw
in Florida winter and the'matter have returned Jo Georgia where line taxes of six cents per
T every dropped. Legalize the owners, and the encouragement It J--Joke. Have a good. assort they will make their headed the list for the states
'" races if If not we'll anyway will offer to build,homes ment. Preaching services will be held home for a ctD
possible; , race is the attitude buy,or next while. number of'states have five
r of the may be readily understood.-Tam K-Kiss all the babies., but layoff Sunday afternoon, 2:30: oclockat taxes. gallon *
promoters and they're getting by with it. Tribune.About. Saxton: Methodist church Rev. :Mr. Jim Jewell of Georgia, Is Two cents per
i pa ladles W. B. of spending a while down here the lowest, tax on,the litBOND
o = L 'AD'nil I Christy Lawtey la charge.A with
-- o--- -Lambaat. : praise all .
: The hundreds of readers of the Times-Union In this coon School Book good. the cordial invitation extended to his elL brothers, Fred and Dewey Jew- TRUSTEESThe M7 1'

ty, are beginning to wonder why its editorial writers devote (Palatka Dally News.) M-Money. Remember that public. Mr. Leaton Morgan and daughter board of bond trustee 1regular
The house of representatives, at most voters have but litU Bradford' May BU'
c *,. county'met
themselves almost exclusively to telling what is being done in Its session yesterday showed N-Never. COUNCIL IN SESSION ;Myrtle were the guest of Mr. follows'
con- See any good in your and Mrs. cession with the
'*' South Florida groves'and fields and rarely mentioning th'osesections Iderable concern in regard to an opponents.. The city council-of the of day afternoon.Q. L., Underbill last FrI- members present O. Haynes''-

;., right under its editorial' nose. During the past straw alleged "school lobby," going soar O-Observe., ,"WLIcb way the Starke, met May 4th In regular city Mr." Louie Crawford and Mlsa. B. Torode- ,-J.- IL.Hitch, L. W. *>'
as to consider Investigation of wind blows ell
berry season at Plant City, that section drew considerableeditorial < \ session with all members present Louise Starling were quietly married
rv the committee of sixteen W"
and P Praia last
even ,Bestow,M,freely. Minutes of the last last Friday Minutes of the meeting
meeting were night May the 8th.
space in the Times-Union covering the county superintendents
strawberrymovement Q-Quiver.
With ,excitement 1 read and approved. We wish them many happy read and approved.'
I and Plant City deserves every good word said, but The latter suggestions were finally for the people's Interests. '> Only routine matters were'considered Misses Eva and Beatrice years.Under A committee of citizens 3rd t tIII

N Bradford county has already shipped almost half the quantity voted down and very IeDSIbf7.Hwsver R-Run. Every day In the year at this meeting and bill.paid. hill Hilda Forsyth Elsie Rhoden west of Lawtey requested
the house could do some 'S-Soap (soft) Use at every op- Seeber board to allow them to eonecnacattle
of berries that Plant City did and the season is still on. very effective work in behalf of portunity. and Owen Lonzy. Clarence, I guards on roads 9. H ae
council Rhoden
adjourned to the Vasco
I? Probably the T-U sees nothing remarkable in receipts of six the school children of Florida, as T-Tell. The world how good next regular meeting. ; man Underhill and Pete and Rod- : the Crawford road In connect

fo. hundred thousand dollars for three million quarts of berriesin well take as their parents if it would you are., enjoyed a nice swimming Driggers trip at with pasture proposition effect'
y some steps to curb the propensity :U-Unllmber. Your that request *
at River. The
artillery Junction :Mr. .and Mrs Sampson last.Sunday' community.
seven weeks in Bradford that our yield acre for afternoon. ; >r'
{ nor per continual- changes. in the bloated bondholders.Verdict. 0. EL McGUl of Panama City, opened granted on condition tint "

fa apparently going to be two to three. times that of South textbooks ,
i Florida A great deal of sophistry wouldbe the majority's aide located to class
berry fields. Ing, between Edwards Ga- be constructed.sent citrus manner
necessary to convince the paM W-Work. Whoever SubBxchange. routln biJlt
you can; rage and Cbttahooch HoteL, payment' of
aya the board adjourned.PAGII .

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