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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 22, 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 )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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F7FTY-TJU EE STAIUI$ FLORIDA FRIDAY MAY Z8. 1931 __ _ _.___ __ NUMBER FORTY-NINE ;



fANNEE RIVER: PRESS GUESTS : MASONS WILL Last Week In SATURDAY IS BRIDGE OVER NEW\ RIVER




II IF F: GAINESVILLE 'NEWS. AND SUN HOLD PICNIC The Legislature "POPPY DAY" FORMALLY OPENED THURSDAY


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win B 6 Held la"starke" 'Masonic Lodges and Chapters Win I (By. Florida Press Association Local Organization- Completes -. d
McetIDr Two Thousand Attended' ?
Correspondent) Service
on Friday, I Picnic at Klngsley Lake ? Plans for Sale of Memorial POPPY SALE FACTS '
June 19th Next Thursday There were'bat few Idle moments Poppies and Barbecue Hold at Bridge

for senators and, representatives During DayState'

,-May 16. Members Committees appointed by marten last week. Satisfied with the reduction The UtUe red memorial poppies What Is the memorial poppy -

jaesvOle 7suwannee River Press Assoc of fourteen Masonic lodgesIn hi sln.Af the calendar of :which disabled World War Veterans T road 28 Is now open from

the guests of The this section of the state have bills facing them t*virtue of after I have been making through the The memorial poppy Is a Grandln to Lake City, the last detour -

were News and The Galnes- practically completed all arrangements noon and night sessions, It was almost 'whiter and spring, will be sold In replica of the poppies which In the sixty-mile highway link

K rtlte afternoon and. for the monster Masonic picnic a foregone conclusion, Mon I Starke on Saturday, May 231'<1, grew on the battle fields of being removed last Thursday when ?

sun yesterday summer home .of' to be held next Thursday at day of this week, that three sessions Mrs. L. D. Vinlng president of France and Belgulm during the memorial bridge; across New h

r at the Elmer W. McCreary'I Strickland's: landing, Ktagsley a day would be resorted to Jones-Langford-Whlte unit of the the World War. River,. marking the boundary line

I Mrs. the south shore of' lake. Members of Masonic lodges as often< as possible for the remainder American Legion announced to Why was the poppy chosenas between Bradford and Union coun-

I a NeWS on Waldo. I' M'na ; and Eastern Star chapters In Hll- of the regular sixty-day day. A complete organization a memorial flower T' ties, was thrown open to traffic A

Alto, near afternoon a large llard, Callahan. Sanderson, Glen period, In a united attempt to pre- I which will give everyone hi the The poppy was chosen as conservative estimate placed the ,

Bin*the late launch ride across, St. Mary. Macclenny, Baldwin, vent an extra session. city an opportunity to buy and the memorial flower for the number attending: the opening at

t enjoyed: a the four- Lawtey, Starke, Hampton,. Waldo, Generally considered as the fea- wear a poppy hi memory of the World War dead because it two thousand.
through
4 Alto and lake: Green Cove Springs, Raiford and tures of the week were the senate World War dead Is being developed grew where they fell, the one | The beautiful and stately con- '

canal to Little Santa Fe Lake Butler with their families are passage of the racing bill and the by the unit under the leadership touch of beauty hi the desolate .crete bridge shone hi the morning r'

IDg[ after dark to'find, awaiti i! Invited to attend this picnic and Introduction Into both houses of a of :Mrs. II. A. Dew chairman of battle areas. sunlight as citizens from Bradford

ud a'fish supper prepared I ; bring plenty of food- 'present measure that would place a stamp the poppy committee. A large Who makes. the memorial and Union gathered: on each side ;r

ler the trees under direction' :plans Include both dinner and supper tax on cigarettes. The legislature sale of the memorial flowers Is an- poppy for the formal opening. The Stars
eo Hicks of Waldo. Mr. will endeavor to have enacted The memorial and Stripes Haunted
at the lake. a ticipated by the unit. poppy Is gaily from
i.. Hicks bad charge of the I Four speakers will address the sufficient amount of new revenueto "The purpose of the poppy saleIs made by disabled veterans each aide, and at the sound of the

a or;, wand aaDgroup. Elmer W., gathering, hours of speaking being permit cancellation of the state two-fold." Mrs. Vinlng explained, working In hospitals and bugle; the American Legion In a

of Waldo announced from 12 to 1 o'clock ad valorem''' tax, except for the .."first, to honor the war dead by workrooms under the direc- body swung down the long hill to t

i and 8 to 6 p. m. Names of speakers constitutional one:IDIU for school wearing the poppy which grows on tion of the American Legion the river where the gates were

_?r supper the press assocla- secured have not been announced purposes, as well as to make possible the fields. of France and Flanders Auxiliary. opened by Misses Marlon Rivers a

f Iheld a brief business session publicity matter stating ."two, some reductions hi' county, where they fell, and second, to aid Who sell the memorial pop and Mary Dekle from Union and ''I

Ident T. C. Merchant of :Madl-i prominent men speakers.and two district and mu1to\pallevles\ on real the living victims of the war. the pyr' Misses Hazel Adklns and Eloise 1'

iwiding. 'J. C. Robinson, edl-, AXSON. IN TOWN well known women speakers" have estate. The governor disapproves disabled veterans, their families Women of the American ,Rltch front Bradford county. c,

[ the Bradford County Telej been secured. an income taxut favors the inheritance and the families of the dead. Every Legion Auxiliary and cooperating The American Legion marched'

was admitted to member-. W. P Axson of Quincy, candidate W. N. Coleman of Baldwin,: tax, WUh. revenue going penny of the money which the organizations workIng I to a central point on the bridge and
'
Jln the organization. A" brief for .governor, spent a few chairman of arrangements, issued to the state treasury. He has people of Starke pay for their poppies as unpaid volunteers. took their places. They were foli ,

|was made by Congressman R. hours in Starke Thursday after- ,the following statement: "The purpose signed the bill abolishing the office will go to the relief of war What Is done with the lowed by the Boy Scout troop of

reeD of Starke, who compll-' noon, following the- close' of activities of our picnic is that we Masons of state equalizer of taxes. sufferers, the bulk of it to needy money paid for the poppies T Lake Butler and the other civic organizations t

I the editors on maintaining in connection With the bridge hi these nearby towns may Efforts at tax equalization are veterans and families right here In Every penny Is used to of' the two counties.

_.ell and professional contacts' opening over New River; Mr. Ax- meet and get better acquainted, likely to be made by establishment Starke. support the work of the Prayer was offered by Dr. E. A.

Ifor their consistent''optimism 1 son distributed some printed mat that our wives may do likewise, of a state tax commission, and "Saturday May 23rd. the Saturday American Legion and Auxiliary MacDowell, chaplain of the Legion

I time when business conditions ter carrying his platform about and that our children may enjoy many members of the legislature before Memorial Day, will seethe for the welfare of the The audience Joined hi singing
town and left the afternoonfor "
ttedly below par. He em- during swimming In Klngsley Lake and have voiced their favor of the proposed whole nation wearing the memorial disabled veterans, their families "America. f

d __.((1 the beauty of the upper Gainesville. participate in the games and con- bill calling for publication poppy," Mrs. Vining continued and the families of the Commander A. J. Thomas made

Ida lakes region and expressed testa being arranged by our athletic in each county of the assessment "Poppy sales conducted by dead. an address, stating the purpose of I

hope that before long the fed- Business Men's Club committee." rolls, as a tax-equalizing measure. 7,200 Auxiliary units will cover How can the purchaser be the Legion hi paying tribute to the ,

J government would undertake Cars from points north of Law- Automobiles and petroleum products practically every city and town in sure that he is buying a vet- I boys who laid their lives on the

u [clearing out of the canal be- In Regular LuncheonThe tey are requested to be at Baldwinnot had another "big week." The the country. More than 10,000- eran-made American Legion altar of their country He Introduced !

l a Lake Alto and Santa Fe and later than 10 a. m., from which senate passed a bill placing an exits 000 Americans are expected to pay and Auxiliary poppy T' Major Emmett Sa fray, com-

aldo canal hi order to afford Business :Men's Club of point.the start Is expected to be two cents gasoline tax to i tribute to the World War dead and By the distinctive badge of mander-ln-chlef of the Florida Leg a

f water transportation faclli- Starke met at'the Magnolia Cafe I made at that hour. Two motorcycle counties for the repayment of road. help the war's living vllctnia backto poppy seller and by the Leg'i Ion, who delivered a fine and Impreaalve K

iiIt Monday for their-{,regular semimonthly .patrolmen of Duval county construction. The senate receiveda health and happiness through Ion and Auxiliary label on the tribute to his comrades, s
this time bill that would Increase the auto he stated from the two
addition to Congressman .luncheon.1 At will head the calvacade as it pro buying and wearing a poppy on poppy. many ,
D i and President T. C. Merch- two new member were taken In ceeds from Baldwin and other cars license tax and levy on bus seats, that day." What does wearing the counties, who bad served bravely

r t the Madison Enterprise Ret viz: Mr. Calico and J. :M. Davis. will Join at Lawety. At Starke with the money g5iag to schools; a poppy" meanTHonoring and welt. Af the sound of taps Y
for, measure that wtmlJ, give "to'' the all heads bowed In tribute to
called were
and Mrs. Merchant were T. Chairman Crews new cars from towns south and west the dead and,, .
thoughts for the betterment of of road department two cents of the BERRY SHIPMENTS OVER the living. the dead.
ant, Jr.- Mr. and Mrs. Starke./ UI Join the procession serving
+ \ Robinson of the Starke ..Telehr Starke and the community, and A. at 10:45. gasoline tax now going to schools: At the close of the exercises on .
jot J.' Griff responded with a communication S a proposed constitutional amend Strawberry shipments from the the bridge the crowd moved to the '
K. B. Child editor :Mrs.
from Mr. Hayes from ment that would prohibit an excess Starke-Lawtey platform are now ASSOCIATION top of the hill, where Chairman
FORESTRY
i Mr.Blackburn, associate editor, Hampton.. Mr. Hayes is a lumber SENATOR JOHNS of five cents a gallon tax on' gaso confined to only a small number of FLORIDA WILL SPONSOR Hal Maine., called the speakers to

| Ayres, circulation mana- man of note and wants to establish PROPOSES LEGISLATIVE Une.and the senate advanced to crates daily by open express to FORESTRY PROGRAMDuring the stage, Including county officers

of the Levy County Journal, his mill hi Starke. A committee MEET ONCE IN 10 YEARS the third reading a bill that would nearby points, trucks taking away of Bradford and Union mayors anda

t n; Mrs. Addle Smith of of J. :M. Mitchell, F. Increase the gasoline tax to eight practically the entire offerings the number of state officials. Rep ,
n, Mr. and Mrs.,Elmer W. composed A regular session of the Florida cents The house received bills that from both platforms... Prices during the past three years resentatlves from the Woman' i

y, Mr. and Mrs. Frank P. F. Stump and 1. Wyman Mr. Vinlng were appointed in- legislature every ten years wouldbe would reduce the gasoline tax to the past two weks will not average American Forestry Association in. Clubs of Starke and Lake Butler

i and Cordon Phtlpot of theeevile to call upon at the held under provisions of a Joint five cents: the senate one to placea over 8 cents a quart, altho cooperation with the Florida Forestry were also seated'on the stage.A .
regards to same and report Association and the Florida
i Evening News, Mrs. H. resolution Introduced hi the senate tax of five cents a gallon on moat of the truck movement netted guest of honor was one Gold

I ary of Gainesville, Harry next meeting. Monday by E., :M. Johns, Starke, kerosene, and the. house a bill to growers' that price and had Forest Service, has carried on a Star Mother, Mrs.'J. W. White of
Mr. A. T. Roberts, a representative educational project hi the
i of The Gainesville Sun and Journalwas proposing to submit a constitutional repeal the license tax on dealers their crates and cups returned.' forestry Starke, whom the audience rose to
of the Jacksonville of Florida. The chief objectives -
a up of friends of Mr; and Mrs. amendment fixing the ten year hi auto tires and tubes. During the ten days the cold state honor as she was presented. An-
the speaker of the hour. Mr. of this work have been to
from Waldo. meetings to be voted on hi the gen- Schools came In for a generous pack plant has been hi operationit other guest of honor was Chief
Roberts la a development man of create an anti woods fire sentl
i June meeting of the press eral election next November. The share of the week's activities with has used 800 crates daily the Engineer William Kratzert who
and is direct be
that
order It might
outstanding success, ment In pos
UOD will be held In Starkey receiving 6 cents a quart with
proposed amendment, however by the house of a mean growers was greeted cheers.
for new passage timber and
the Journal's campaign slble to
I June 19th, where they ing would permit the.governor to call ure that would distribute state with containers returned. The profitably grow Speakers of the day Included }
Florida farms. He to back Idle and tax delinquent
for
be i guests of Congressman R.cen settlers fact' that agricultureis extraordinary sessions not to.ex. school funds. on a *teacherunitbasis finest berries of the season are now bring lands to the tax books. These Mrs. Iva Townsend Sprinkle, superintendent I

+ i and the Bradford Countyph. stressed the business of ceed 20 days hi length; whenever and.with"ehe senate readyto coming In at the plant and between educational forestry Ideas have of public instruction 1i

a the outstanding the chief executive deemed a session acton.a1, pair of school 'appro 90 and 100 girls have steady employment of Marlon county. State Superin-
and that we couldjust' been presented before the public by
Bradford county,
This Senator stemming the berries I' tendent of Public Instruction W. S. +
i millions necessary. plan, priation bills, one asking 97,600,000 of motion picture., lectures, '
BY TO MEET AT as well be making I Johns said, would have tendencyto and the other $9,500,000. The ready for packing. The payroll for means literature. The work Cawthon of Tallahassee and Rev. -

Ice DISTRICT CONFERENCE from it as the half million just, maintain business stability and house passed a bill requiring a $3.- the plant is running In excess of exhibits and startling results In John Mullady of Jacksonville. S:
this I has produced
made from strawberries sea 11,000 weekly In addition to what W. P.. Axson of Havana, and
., would Insure legislative gatherings 00 monthly tuition fee to be paid In Florida.
f 1 Second District American son. It Is planned to make a survey . only when the need was im- for children of winter residents of Is paid growers for fruit. practically The American every Forestry county Association Hon. C. M. Durrance, state's attor-

fx Auxiliary will hold their of the possibilities and if poeeible perative. Empowering the governor the state attending school, and another For two weeks ending Wednesday must now withdraw most of ney, from Jacksonville, two candidates S,
ct( conference at Lake City, to assist Mr. Roberta In this the movement of berries Including for governor were present
to call extra-ordinary sessions bill providing free text books Its hi order that similar Y
a 24th. campaign. It was decided to havea probably would result hi the hold for students of the first six gradesof those taken by the cold support be carried on In other and presented their cause to the
C. E. James, department larger attendance at the next pack plant, amounted to 372,480 projects may crowd hi 10-mlnute speeches.
ing of such sessions one each two school. A reported lobby by states. The Florida Forestry Association
lent and Miss Alice Warner meeting and asked Mr. Roberta to, or four years, Senators Johns said. producers of school books was Investigated quarts, bringing the season's totalto realizing the tremendous The main address of the day was s
jent? secretary and treasW1I again meet the business men In regard 3,273,580 quarts, with total receipts made by Congressman Lex Green
Importance of this program. Is endeavoring
| attend. The will to selling Bradford county to: of $626,048.00. of Starke. He was greeted' with
h program 'BRADFORD
TEACHERS FOR The question of delinquent taxes to finance the continua-
with a 1U11Cheoo. at Hotel the rest of the world by advertis j The week's movement: loud applause and was at his best wig wigas
M, man APPOINTED was given much attention, with the tion of the proJect through popular
-
ear e It 12:30: p. m. Immediately lag Starke. qts. _ __---225,280 he told of his childhood walk of
I senate a bill permitting Installment This will requirean
passing subscription.
F lunch the Auxiliary members For the 1931-32 term of school redemption of delinquent Lawtey, qts. _ .__...147,200 expenditure of approximately three miles to the little schoolhouse
reconveDe In on the hill now the New River
L the mezzanine 4-H CLUB PICNIC AT Supt. A. J. Grffls announces the tax sale certificates and the house, $20,000 a year for three years. The ,
llustneu i conference. Total quarts ___..372.480 Christian Church, and recounted .
WORTHG.'OTON SATURDAYThe selection of teachers for Bradford extending the time from two' to continuation of this work Is vitalto
: Previously reported __2.901100 other stories of childhood as well
h t&Qs; OVER High School as follows: four years for foreclosing tax certificates. -1 the future welfare of the state,
the of
DENTALPRACTlOI as weightier -
4-H Club folks of Union S. Dowllng.'. principal: Mrs. G. A measure accepted by, and deserves the support of every subjects government
: Total to date, qts __.3,273,580 ,
county are holding their fifth annual -, C. White Miss Florence: Matthews the house would allow redemption publlo spirited citizen 1.,
After bountiful dinner
a picnic
'.". W. picnic at Worthington Springs Mrs. T. T. Long. Mrs. D. P. Car- of lands from ta lUa without payment .
Martin of Palm Beach. Receipts for week___$ 27,8740 and barbecue, the audience reassembled stl
B.
Saturday. May 23rd. I penter, Miss Isabel Fernandes, of. the.aunenty.sr'Y; taxes,:
oved to Starke on ..S08.100.60 AUTO for the fiddlers' contest.::
and taken P. Previously reported TWO DIE IN A ACCIDENT ,i
the dental A splendid program has been arranged LoveD, Mrs. B. Perkins. Mrs. T. and another i would fhcveJ1'court:
office First awarded to O.Gulnn .
prize was
and u
practice -
talks on club i :Mr. Larsen Miss Eunice clerks pay.delinquent county tax
'a a Carroll who has had and. good Maynard Miss Total to date __.......$626,048.00 In an automobile accident Saturday of Lake City, who proved to
1
over work during the hour from 11 to Perkins, Mrs. Edna Hart collections to the county funds Instead "
Corpening's Drug Store afternoon on state road 48 be- be an artist Indeed with all the old {
and swimmingwill Gussie Mae Bennett Miss Madge of to the state comptroller,
PMt 12. Games songs, CELEBRATES i
two STARKE CITIZEN:

Farms and Green favorites, and brought the audience ,
Martin tween Penney
ats.Palm be the program hi afternoon MIddleton Miss Ethel Griffin Miss a plan estimated fagtvs the average ,
located MTB BIRTHDAY Mrs. F. T. McCormick to their toes with the "Arkansas.
Beach Cove Springs,
tl AU are asked to bring dinner as Estelle Davis Mrs. H. C. Ritch, county about W.OOO per year. "
pUt two yeah when 10 of Gainesville, received Injuries Traveler Second prize went to w,
of the Olive The :house favored a bill caningfor : ''
dinner I. one Miss Ray. Holland-
to the spread & Osborn of
h1a :Mr. R. -
regular office work,. from which she died Sunday Rome Parrlah of Lake Butler. Following
: the and sale of personal
of the day. I levy
charge of the Klwanla den- regular features ARRESTS Dutch parentage was born May CS, afternoon and her six-months old are the entries for the contest -
i PATROL delinquent taxes, on
ROAD for
their -. property
Club members, parents '
for underprHUlged ehO- AH 4-H TRAFFIC CASE 1835 at Fairfax Va. son was Instantly killed when : Rome Parrlah Lake Butler;
friends who are Interested TWO IN the same basis as that now hi force
and :Mr. Osborn spent the greater caught beneath the wrecked car., Charley O'Neal. 'Lawtey; Louis
: Carroll is In club work are Invited to for real estate taxes. I part of his life In Norfolk, Va., the' Johns O. V. Lake Butler
now In Nash"1jIe, This Gainesville, May 1$. TB.. The senate passed bills for-sup Five other Gainesville were hi Phillips ;
taking up' Post graduate come and spend the day. to the and Sebe Harris said to 'of free hog serum and virus from there he moved ,to Tampa, car and received minor injuries O. Gulna and Bryan Pursell, Lake ,
extended Thompson plies
and -m Invitation is being where be lived for several JIIOIItha.He' Z. a. Braddock and Orin .
*> from' there to of when the car overturned, the accident -, City:
9n this be residents of Union county were to farmers, establishment a
Beach people of Bradford county yearby then moved to DeLand and J. Milton y;
where he win being caused by''a brokenateertnl' Bradley, Macclenny; O. ,
take yesterdayon and authorization
tie In the county Jail state purchasing agency, :
:Mr. I T. Dyer, county agent lodged The
racUce of Dr. Edward L.cued .. default of bond on charges of of special county taxes lived then for three years. gear.EARLY' Macclenny: J. W. Galney, Lake
w :wr. for both counties. six he has made Starke J.H. :
Carron put : years Butler. Judges: Scarborough
will jots .. . reckless driving, possession of pistol for maintenance of public health:
In DaJtona. S hU home. and has made many R. R. Richard. Alachua; W. W. p
-- FINE EASTER LILIES breaking glass on the highway units. The house''approved t eEverglades On 18, MORNING WRECK
lo I friends here. Monday; May Balsden, Starke. t
'arts and resisting arrest They were .Drainage District -
LlGIITLI:88: he celebrated his 6th birthday and .
CAB of by the Alachua county cal-controt and the barbering- Jack Stringfellow of Gainesville,
apprehended
OWNERS: Starke has many gardens was at home to his..friends.ii .
Easter lilies hi full bloom now and road patrol after deputy sheriff's practice regulation bills, and, received a broken Jaw and severe BASEBALL CLUB WINS ?

0 lllat 11Ppenon: stated Wedne- the beautiful white blooms are attracting were forced to give chase and strengthened the present "Blue, FINE IRISH POTATOES cuts and bruises when a new Buick, OPENING GAME {

too many can are being considerable attention puncture a tire.to effect capture.ANNOUNCING Sky": law governing the sale of securities. coupe he was driving overturned, -
led '
On the county. highways and many tourists stop to admire I The finest lot of Irish potatoes on the .curve Just south of the i Starke's newly organized baseball
the BIRTH The house received ,bliss calling Bradford-Alachua team won the first of the Jt
game
at the
D.
.. proper number of them. Some grown' by Mrs. N. grown in this section were brought bridge
_ee.Iront anll rear, antl that Wainwright are out of the ordi for an extension of county commis In town last week by L. L. Conner, county line four o'clock Thursday, season last Thursday afternoon
uce: must cease of the clusters Cards announcing the birth of a sioners'.terms to four year and annual the bushel basket of spuds at morning. The Injured man was defeating High Springs on the local ,
or that
be owners In many
lUDunoaecS to appear inre have nary. stems six feet and over la; daughter to Mr. and Mrs. W. S. sessions of the legislature tracting' considerable attention.Mr. brought In to Starke by the Blue field 4 to L High Spring. S ,

:npSeveral offenders la Mrs- Wainwright left .er- Ray of Hlnesvine Gs., on May with measures to be Introduced In Conner stated be planted 100 Bus passing shortly aftervard and staged a come-back hi the return

length.' exhibition at the lath, were received by friends to November of ..en.numbered'earI, pounds of Red BUss seed potatoesand given medical aid by Dr. Mlddleton.He game Tuesday afternoon, however, Ice

.lilt a is&lllaDr the rat toe bed era Bank! stems of Starke on some with as Brooker Wednesday. Mrs. Ray will and acted upon hi April of odd- be has already secured fifty was later sent to the "Alachua& and defeated the local aggregation,

the intake.i dr1Te the lherl1l". ofPla5 many as six blooms each, and having [be remembered Brooker. as Miss Opal Lewisof (Concluded on'MN .), hampers from his county hospital. I 7to4. r

stems measuring 64 inches. field.'V
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ture and livestock fund; and not Take

more than is necessary to payoff THERESSA HAMPTON "Yes, flood Rear

gl [ News ] and ..... A.. 1'11__.. C.r. have her my" boy, I reckoll
Legislative the interest outstanding thereon. Indebtedness Mrs* A. L. }uIUvan OH BOY! kiM to his, sighed daughter"8Ultor: Old JOph'.

Mrs. P. B. Hunt spent the week take good keerof' ,

Proponents of a state tax commission peared trying to see If Black's interest The public amusements committee Emory F. Hardee ., end with friends and relatives in Talk About 'Wash been tin tellder.UqIt her frJI'
Florida"
of house of Valdosta, Ga. here In
In the bill was personal. He the representatives Saturday morning at 9 o'clock I w da" I

((4 were charged .Friday by did. reported favorably a bill to license the death angel.came and took to Mr. M. L. Watterson and family Dresses "Eight acres Is aU i
t Rep. Mathews Duval. with attempting operation of pari-mutuel systemsat his heavenly home Mr. Emory F. were visiting in Jacksonville this to Plow betwen eVer lit

to bold up legislative ac- The senate finance and taxation jai alai frontons. The bill introduced Hardee. Mr. HaAlee died In a Lake week. Peep in at She can do light work sun-up &114 40

+ { tion toward tax relief in Florida. committee Friday reported without by Representative Dan City hospital where he was under Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Wynn and diggln' and steer brandJn'Beth.

i, Mathews speaking at conclusion of bill for Chappell, Dade, carried similar treatmentMr. Prof and :Mrs. L. H. Futch enjoyedthe ain't used to no be N
; a public hearing on a bill to establish recommendation a provisions to a race track bill Introduced Hardee was born Feb. 11, picture at the Florida Theatrein you'll have to be rough IIIII,

a tax commission, asserted graduated occupational license tax In the legislature. The 1882 in South Carolina, but has Gainesville.Mr. Steinberg'sThey're "I teD you it'.genus WIlli'

I the "most determined lobby I have I In Florida. The measure Introduced jal alai bill would take a 2 per cent lived for a number of years in Flor- and Mrs. T. F. Brown were have to give you mighty hIII!

, ? ever seen Is in Tallahassee now I by Senator Gary, included a levy of all money wagered la the Ida. He Is survived by his wife transacting business in Starke this shine, for from now my lit**,

with the sole purpose of seeing tax on gross sales of business It machines with an additional tax Mrs. Susie Hardee and four sons. week. priced on ril ahg

ift' that no tax relief Is taken." also provided a graduated scale of of 10 cents on each admission,revenue Albert, Odis, Arthur and Henry Rev. :McGauley will preach at

license tax on professions and oc to be divided equally between Hardee. He was laid to rest Sun- the Baptist church next Sunday from 79c to $235 {

t An increase of approximately 60 cupations. This bill is one that bas counties. Jal alai Is..a Spanish day afternoon at 4 o'clock in Hope morning and evening.

per cent in the license tag fees fore been labeled by merchants as "a game which has been played in cemetery.: The Wilson Funeral Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Futch and You'll be surprised

-automobile was proposed In a bill sales tax bill in disguise. It southeastern Florida for several Parlor of Lake City having charge Mr.. and Mrs. L. J. Wynn were the

i by Senator Getzen, BushneU. The would leading merchants of the ;years. of the services. guests of Mr. and Mrs. Alvin McKinney teacher school with 200
pupUa
raise the tag price
proposal would .state declare, be a dangerous thing of Trenton last Sunday.
1180
a year, as an example, and
for privately operated passanger hundred 'for business in the state and result The chain store tax by Senator Rev. J.: N. Hayman filled his Rev. F. M. Taylor and family, accompanied allowing another school In the ..,
cars to 75 cents per in the abandonment of many G. Frank Andrews Greenville, regular appointment at the Baptist by Miss Ada Nlmmo
same county with fewer teachers
pounds, and for buses to $2.23 per stores. amended to exempt chain stores church here Saturday and Sunday attended preaching services at
and pupil 91,000 Under
a
hundred pounds. A seat tax on ;year.
std operated wholly within one county also administered ordinance of
Jhe
,
Graham last Sunday. terms
Busesof of the new law, school will
1'i buses also was proposed. House Bill No. 1,000 of the 1031 was passed by the senate. Baptism to three' onverts at beautiful Mrs. H. F. Chesser has recently receive their Just proportion to 16 capacity .
seven passenger legislative session was introduced Crystal Lake Sunday morn- after
returned to her home here
I state
moneys on the basis of re
would be required to pay $15 per '
In the house of representatives A bill to provide severe penalties ing. I
a visit with friends and relativesin
; ports as to needs
the'unitbasis
16 their on
o seat, and buses of more than Friday by Representative Keen, for parking automobiles without Miss Debbie, Mrs. D. L. and :Mrs. : Jacksonville. and if split all the lighter. Take ;I
the .school
'; passenger capacity $22.50 per seat Sarasota. The bill would reduce by lights on highways after sundownwas O. J. Phillips and Mrs. Carrie Nor O. L. Harrison and family, were boards do not allocate county the funds son, but for a lovin' old ttSt!

under the Cetzen bill. approximately 60 per cent the license passed without a dissenting man and little son, of Lawtey, at- :visiting in Ocala last Sunday after. they receive In a lump sum from sake treat her gentle."
fees now charged circuses, vote. Senator Hodges Introducedthe tended the funeral of Mr. Hardee .
Pinellas ,noon., the state on the unit basis then -
A
4p Represenatlve Kelly, young fellow
carnivals and amusements which wrote to
bill
during the early sessionsof Sunday. 11 t
' ;t to require operators , I Mrs. R.M. Faver and children, they will be cut off entirely from la St. Louis
Introduced a measure I which
operate under canvas or In temporary the Mr. and Mrs. L. and was
1 legislature. It provides a O. DuBose Selling;
!.: of trucks hauling citrus 1 Mrs. p, B. Hunt and Mrs. O. state funds. Disbursement* will be ors at 60 cents
each.
buildings. fine to boo little Bobbie of Vero Tblik
up $ or imprisonment son Beach
Haynes business visitors to
bill of sale for the were made monthly as heretofore on the of
fruits to have a style his letter
I up to six-months in cases where visited :Mr. DuBose's aunt, Mrs.'A.L. Lake Butler this week. : "Fleam
officers anywhere "I authority of county superintendents' one of
r fruit Peace 'The Florida senate Friday your razors for which
d', approved no accidents result Where acci- Sullivan Monday. Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Weeks of Jacksonville is i
would have power to atop trucks a bill for two cents gal DuBose reports. close P. O. order for BO cents
per dents occur:the fine would came up as delegates to
range'up the of his sister :Mrs. Elsie
sale. guest Increase
the bill of Encouraged
demand to see "P. S. Have
and -
: lon additional gasoline tax. while to $1,000 or Imprisonment not the Sixth Annual Convention of forgotten I to
the house adopted minor tax relief the Florida Sparkman. Counties will&e given credit for close the 60 cents, but no dog]
to State Firemen' Con-
exceed two
i In
The house passed, 66 to 31, a ;years. case of an Mr. J. Pursley, who has been one unit for every $1,500 spent tortrlUUlpo..tation. arm of
measures. Money raised by the vention your standing win
.accident which opened a three day i
resulting in death the
+ trill for regulating bartering and to I with her daughters, Mrs. Carpenter in addition to oth- one."
two cent tax would be
gasoline returned session in Jacksonville Beach MOD-
require medical examination for I penalty would range from one to and :Mrs. Tuten of Palatka, for er units. The small school In They
to counties on the basis of replied: "We beg I to
.five
years ImprisonmentWhile day.Mr. several weeks returned to her home sparsely settled communities la not
barters. money spent In constructing roads : and Mrs. D. W. Moore were knowledge your esteemed 01
r7, later made a part of the state road I called to Washington D. C., Sun-, heer this week. discriminated against Increase in and have pleasure In sending
would be representatives from other :Miss Murl Johnson Is salaries of teacher :
The voters of Florida visitingher encouraged, which we trust
system. A six cent a gallon tax counties lamented day to the bedside of their son, you will flu .
cis permitted to vote on the question already is In existence, and was ed usurpation of the what state's they term- David, who Is In there with an at- cousin Mrs. Carver of Jack and certain limit are' set up, so "P. S.-We have forgotten

3s of limiting the gasoline tax in the not altered by the bill. A com- to life rights tack of appendicitis. David has sonville. that the more the county pays it* close the razor, but no doubt
state to five cents a gallon under govern wild and game Rep. teachers. There can be no discrimination low with
rl panion bill which the senate passed many friends who wish him a your cheek dent i
x the provision of a joint resolution Flnlayson. Dixie;Monday succeeded against certain types one.".
would county commissioners -
give speedy and return home.Mrs.
In recovery FORTY COUNTIES WILL
gaining the of a bill
proposing a constitutional amend passage of poorer schools In the counties. .
to transfer
authority money Josephine Sullivan of
to close BENEFIT THRU TEACHER
to five his county against huntIng .-' ---
tax --
to limit the SFort Winter Garden
ment gas
AltenU!
+ from the road funds to other county i Hampton, attended church here
and DIVISION SYSTEM
cents, submitted la the senate Friday trapping for a four-year UNIT Myers 9210,000 appro- repairs, additions and decent:
expenses. Sunday.
afternoon Senator Bernard period. priated for construction of new being added
ti. by to Al Corbett
:Mr. and :Mrs. W, M. Phillip and (By DeWitt Lamb, in Tallahassee (ti
H. English Lake City. The proposal grant 1 post office building in city. I on Dillard street
A bill to cities authorityto Senator AWYouDg.: : little daughter, Doris :Misses Theo Democrat.)
ballot Vero
the
: would be placed on
M1 abolish the office of tax assessor Bush and Hazel Phillips were visitors ! the of
for the general election in November Beach, Tuesday Introduced a bill Approval by legislature
t. 1932. was reported favorably by the proposing a six-cent gasoline excise to St. Augustine Monday. the plan to distribute state school

committee on cities and towns. tax. The measure would allocate Mr.; S. Swindell of Palatka, visited funds to the 67 counties on a teacher -

Three more general measures Duties of the assessor would be three cents to the state road his parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. unit plan instead of upon a

passed by both houses of the state placed upon the tax collector. department and three cents back to R. Swindell Monday.Mr. basis of average dally attendance,

legislature, Friday became law the counties in proportion to the and Mrs. John Jordan of means a gain in amounts apportioned AN UNUSUAL
creation of the office of
o when Governor Doyle K. Carlton Proposed amounts expended for the con McRae, attended church here Sun to at least 40 counties listed
director of state highway beautification -
d struction of roads' day.Mr. among the poorer counties of the
added his signature to the approval now a part of
'z The was reported unfavorablyby the state highway The and Mrs. Walter Griffin Mrs. state, and a slight loss to others.
of the legislators. governor system.
the public roads and highways Leland
Bedenbaugh and Mrs.
The bill to distribute school
signed house bill 401 abolishing the bill was referred to the committee
nil supreme court's board of three committee. on finance and taxation Jackson of Hampton attended the funds on a unit basis of one teacher VALUE ASTM30
funeral of Mr.Hardee here .
commissioners in November, 1932. I Sunday.Mr. and 30 pupils has passed both
A measure by Senator Knabb and Mrs. J. J. Brannen and
:houses and is now before the -
tV The also signed house Senator E. M. 'Johns; Starke"of governor
governor Macclenny, to Increase salaries of son, Raleigh, and :Mrs. David Jonesof for his .
signature.One
bill 203 relating to the division and fered a bill to prohibit broadcast
state road department member to Hampton, visited relatives and I
of the big advantages of the
consolidation of special tax school .. ing commercial advertising over
$2,400 annually was reported un friends here
Sunday afternoon.Mr. '
new law, according to state officials -
i'' districts and house bill 205 relating the state of Florida radio station, '
l to the practice of dentistry and favorably.Bills WRUF, at the University of Flor- and Mrs. Thoa. Brown and la that funds will go to the
little son, Emory,'were visitors at
'' board of dental.examiners. ida. Individual schools In each county
..creating a. state 1 designating state roads and the home of Mr.* and Mrs. A.. L. on the basis of number of teachers
s i requiring early construction of Sullivan Sunday.
The Manatee number of pupils,' and amounts
;such roads struck snags In the public county school Mr. Gordon of Hampton for
Wrest spent transportation and
more than two board, W. J.
After spending through Walker its
roads and
highways committee Is visiting his cousin, Howard teachers' salaries. Heretofore the
t', hours in discussing the proposal and a dozen such proposals were chairman Tuesday declined to sup- Moore this week. counties

the house passed by a ,B9 to 82 I reported unfavorably.; port the state association of county; Messrs. James and Sidney Triest the state received and the a lump county sum school from r.....,........"r.HtII1I..
G house bill No. 41, sponsoredby school board members in
vote efforts were visitors to Starke Tuesday. boards the ..r J.a..ry.s..-.,4
Rep. R. I. Black of Alachua, The committee on pensions also before the legislature to obtain $9,_ I, Miss Alma Jordan of McRae returned saw fit,spent regardless money of the as individual they rIk.. MM us ..MntOk
which was amended to provide for 500,000 appropriation for schools. -
14 reported unfavorably several bills home Sunday after a week's needs of school
the extension of time from two to |A wire from C. D. : any particular
to grant Confederate pensions. Massey, president visit with Misses Clara and Minnie There was nothing In the law to
Y four years after, the date of the of the state association, asking Swindell.
prevent the board giving a four-
certificates for foreclosure' in Governor Carlton Monday; signed the local board chairman to exert

equity of tax sale certificates and two acts of the 1931 legislature every effort in favor of the

;-4 tax deeds on homesteads, onl,. both of statewide Importance. One plan, brought a statement, from

i The original measure would have extended the time for refunding Walker that the Manatee Board,

rr extended the time on all property. municipal, county and district does not approve of such an approprlatiou -

considering It more than What Is
bonds from 30 to 60 years. The _
afternoon session Friday .
The other made the state inheritanceand necessary "and too much waste at .;
o- saw adoption, 63 to 0, of a bill by estate tax law, signed by the a time when economy la needed."
Moon and Strick
Representatives chief executive last week retroactive I i
land, Marion,' to provide that cir- Publication of the entire tax roll .
as of November 4, 1930 the A : ? *
hw cut court clerks shall over to Bargain THE FORD
, pay date of its approval by the votersof In the counties of the state to BOADSTKB

county depositories without remitting Florida. The bond refunding act bring about equalization of tax assessments -
to the comptroller, all principal
) would be required by a
will take effect July 1, 193L.HaU-, -
1 and interest collected on delinquent ed by its supporters in the legislature bill introduced in the senate Tuesday In this community are hundred of individuals and
tax certificates, except ''
by Franklin O. King, Orlando
as one of the greatest relief
such money as may have earnedon measures of the current session, The measure would require only families on the watch for an advertisement which ,

state levies. sponsors of the bill said It. would one publication of the list la the will offer them what they want at an advantageousprice. Evergtliing you roans

senate enable cities, counties and taxing' ;year 1932. Senator King declared .
.s.4'' The Florida Friday passed districts to refinance themselvesin that the publication of the list or need in a motor carat
to 16 bill to racing
20 a legalize would to
operate eliminate
inequalities
the same manner any Call them bargain-hunters
employed by if you like but thrifty
fit and part-mutuel systems of wagering which 'may have ,
(J in this state. The measure an Individual. into the tax roll. crept shoppers would be the better designation. Thrift a loan price

which requires local options, passed Is
commendable
a trait and merchants should
25 tot The senate' finance and taxation cater -
after babe senate rejected,

}, referendum.9, an amendment The bill for a now state-wide goes to unanimously committee to recall Monday from the voted sen H. :K. 1AGEBQRKN to it. Beauty of line and color

the house. A state racing commission ate calendar a bill setting a A cents Surveying-Leveling One family wants a new carpet-the need is not Attractive I

created under terms of the a package tax on cigarettes. Ac- Mapping urgent. Another family is looking forward to buying upholstery
bill would horse and dog tion was taken after a public hearing 55 to 65 miles
supervise dining-room furniture-it an hour Quick acceleration
not
e commission would on this bill and on one. not yet Starke, Florida may be for a

Lava -to Issue permits for introduced which would set up a twelve month. Fully enclosed four-wheel brakes

general system of taxes on socalled ,
operation of tracks but the permit
would not be effective) until approved luxuries and non-essentials. The Oneis"thinking l of buying himself a watch. Triplex shatterproof glass windshield

by 'voters in the county 6-cent tax bill was reported by the One woman a shopping bag; another an umbrella.

where the track would be located.' committe without recommendation An can be made' to buy earlier-by advertising. Four Hondaffle hydraulic. shock, absorber
but a* a committee bill.
i Advertising can make the desire keen
that
so the
Rustless Steel
A, constitutional ,amendment, ,
approved by voter' tad year Abolition of the state ad valorem bargain:is forgotten .in the fever for immediate

which required that a majority of tax. over, and above the constitutional possession. More than twenty ball and roller bearing

free holders vote favorably before one will levy for' schools, for
7 cities or' counties could Issue bonds the years of mi and 1932 be au- Economy Reliability Long liCe

a4 was passed unanimously In the senate thorixed under the provisions of a .
A
in the form of an enabling act measure. Introduced In the house Note to Merchants

to put the law In motion. Monday: by; Rep., George W. Me- See Soar dealer for a
Rory of Seminole. While offeringno '

?: The "Harris bill to permit garnishment definite substitute proposal for Stimulate, business by the offer of some alow-mov demonstration

proceedings against mar- the taking care of governmental ing lines at special prices. Brighten up business

ried persons was passed 18 to 15. expenses :Mr. McRory said that by advertising some desirable goods at reduced -
r The garnishment would be limitedto he had been reliably Informed that
25 percent of the persons' earn- the recommendations from the finance That hiny Noae! prices. ''Make advertising banish dull business.

ings. and taxation committee completely' subdued. No more Often you can tempt the buyer who is biding his rB.arBBN 1I0.'Y: rrPBS
would more than meet the demandsof GlDlltaDt ineffective her time
powdering. or to buy from you-at a time of
Representative Lee's attempt to his proposal. County levies Jat ODe little cairn to'.cb sort" u your

learn how much back personal and would be limited under the bill to Shine&ive not bat have eliminated "SkID I naming; 43O to G30

h real property taxes Representative the following: Not more than seven plexion an given your com

Black of Alachua still owes ended mills to the general fund, not soft pearly entrancinc.: 8IDOOth.1 I ,. .. .....
{ appearance w .. ,4. ,..... ....
_-.M
....... .4 _
In a flat faUure."That.'s none of more than two mills to the fine site Where _
uq.OR Shop You Are Invitedto .n .N1. --.., L.'.. M.J..r .. .... en
;your business, said. Representative and forfeiture fund; not more' than "... MBM ./ l*. f-... a.r4 c1109 -_.A"
r Black. The argument came eight mill to the general road and
w over Black's bill calling for the extension bridge'fund; not less than three 1EN 1 4t. I

from two to four years in nor more than 10 mills to the general Shop ..
,rJ the time for foreclosing tax certificate county school fund;'not'more -CM.AIj. ;' t

4.., .. Representative Lee ap- than one half mill to the agricul- II to .-11... ........awn? Jd 10 .




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BRADFORD COUNT/ TELEGRAPH. STARltK. FLORIDA ___ _.. .. I
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2.1951News .. ._ -
\1'. AIRY :::- =-1: I 5
Fort Pierce The possibllty of

locating a sponge Industry &t Fort

of Florida In Short Paragraphs Pierce, which has been under investigation Otf !1 *

for the past few weeks AH

by John Cocoris of Jacksonville, yolUl ez. e1 M

will be given added impetus In the 9


LIVE STATE NEWS I II I! la near brought future here when for more the purpose equipment of Don't Your Throat

making an Inspection of the ocean Rasp

bottom as far out as the Gulf

TOLD BY OUR EXCHANGES 1 1aThe Stream. -

_. r IT 1 Vero Beach-The establishment With Harsh Ial '

State Dalry- tions were unfavorable. | of a bird sanctuary along the
Florida course of the Cross-State High

aeeociatlon baa planned for Avon Park-In the rear yardof way Is being sponsored by the

ucaUonal meeting 'at Silvers the home of W. H. McKlipp Is Vera Beach Chamber of CommerceIn Irritants
5 action taken at a meeting of
Friday, June a purple bougainvillea, said to be
the board of directors recently. Ap- ?
was chosen the most beautiful blooming tree plication will be made to the state

III1do-OrIandO the 1932g In Avon Park. The tree U about fish and game commission to have

ut opposlUon as the Florida 20 feet high, with a spread of 15 set aside a strip of land a mile on

place of of PythI&S, feet. It Is conical In shape and is each side of the road beginning Reach for a

LOdge, Knight.e of the con-I a, perfect mass of rich purple at the Dike Line and extending to
closing session blooms to the summit. People from
the Klsslmmlee river \ instead"Now
on to Tarpon Springs. all sections of the city have visited LUCKY

the tree to admire Its beauty.
-The first troop I. St. Petersburg-After a two
n Springs to be hour battle in which their small

1 &ouUrf America boys bas been Crestview-Travelers to Gulf I boat was towed in zig-zag fashion Please!-Actually put your finger on

ed by all Greek Beach in Southern OkalsooaaTcountyand over Boca Celga Bay, four fishermen Adam
The troop Is spon- "'' Adam's Apple. Touch it-your
dnere. the resort centers along the your
at the reel
turns ,
of Greeksengaged taking .
by the ommunty Indus- gulf coast on May IS, the state I landed a 450-pound loggerhead sea Apple-Do you know you are actually touch ;
the sponge :
to ew'L .
road department will inauguratefree turtle on a 21 strand fishing line, ? This Is voice box-It
ing larynx your
service over Gardiner'sBayou's your
ferry The fishermen, Danzll Dever, Jess \

Is fur- thereby shortening the E. Thomas, Clyde Roberts and .: contains your vocal chords. When you consider -
Talquln ? \4 :
\ ;
and oth-
ncy-La.ke from Crestview
Uhe distance Tommie Thomas, estimated the
real sport for went anglers.fiBbing er points to camp Walton, Floroea, loggerhead, with proper adjuncts,, i ourAdam'sApple,you arc considering

people plat afternoon caughtfish I Mary Esther and adjacent: points is a potential bowl of soup for a your throat-your vocal chords. Don't rasp ,M
'
Thursday by several miles.LaBelle 5000 ?,: ":: hy.hry. '
forfa i person fora
necessary Reach
It win be ''.. 't'<' '' your throat with harsh Irritants-
to plant sev- -- -
, government in the lake Immedlt - Aa magnificent speci- Winter Haven-Florida has given LUCKY Instead-Remember, LUCKY STRIKE
minion! men of a Florida panther, nine California a very decisive drub-

fet in length, the finest ever seen bing In the orange markets this : lithe only cigarette In America that through

B.-Early, a govern at LaBelle, and owned by Blitz season, the average net return beIng 4 Its exclusive "TOASTING" process expels
.rrv-t the depart- Wefman; Is now on display at the fifty-five cents higher than ?;:;,

,investigator and for'harbors, spent Ford Motor Company place. The ,that obtained by the Western ? x certain harsh Irritants present In-all -raw-to

,'toy.rivers in Perry and vicinity I panther was killed by Walter I growers, a statement Issued by x.'x'..: baccos. These expelled Irritants aro sold to
proposition of Chrlatatn In the Devil's Garden) Manager A. M. Pratt of the clearing _"
the *
erg into Deadman's Bay so that near the Paxon place. Mr. Chris- house revelas. Mr. Pratt ex- R' "" ?''"'" manufacturers of chemical compounds. They

gtag vessels may avail tame and I* Coleman came upon plained that the record covers the In LUCKY STRIKE, and
selves II going of the portpteyOrange the panther face to face In a road.! period from January 1 to date and \ .' are not present your "
-
la not based merely upon a row: so way "Consider your Adam's Apple.

trees along the Miami-The shipping board baa weeks when the showing was more

on each side of the rallI approved an operating agreement spectacular. '' '"," Sate root
way
I tracks are real pictures of negotiated with the Tampa Inter "

since they have brought Ocean Steamship company, of Winter Garden The Winter :
,
ty fruit blossoms which covertrees. New Orleans,. for the operation of Garden Ornamental Nurseries and
h
These trees are owned the American-Culf-Ortent line on the W. L. Storey ferneries are op- (

and are offering adver- the basis of a lump sum paymentof ening headquarters in Detroit, C
tie city
to those passinge $25,000 per voyage, the opera Mich., for the distribution of their

i; for trains Chipley each day. tor to assume all repairs up to products for the next few months.D. _

$7,500 per voyage. The estimated' J. Greer who has been em-

Records- were number of voyages for the coming ployed at the nurseries as superin- :
ella Glades -
Everglades year is 10.Indlantown. tendent since early last fall, left


ken week.in cars the Belle of upper beans Glade In than,one loadingsolid werer day, origin--destroyed Fire of the undetermined sawmill -- .work will this make week for 'the his to take headquarters two charge products.of in Detroit the He- tHl{ i ij;: ;I'' :: : ..: :; :" :{'x: '

:
ed more cars of beans of the Long Leaf Lumber Co., a considerable : :>':':' ::'::":: "'::!;:""<"" '
and will work over
:iI11
billed from any cueUon I :
before
near Bradenton, and spread quickly territory in that section.
In this territory in any one to a 5-acre pile of heavy timbers !' ;
-
". It cars having been the limit t
(
on the loading platform and con- Chipley-In event the cotton /
,
etofore.aduonvllle them, along with three loaded additional .. .. "t )P, .
med crop Is such that ginning .. .. . (f.' . .<: ...>..".i.:.:::>."" .... :>:',
Is estimatedat . . ':.N:<<<':''' '< :<
Controlling. Inert freight cars. The loss capacity la needed for the ,, '. .. '.NIW.YORK,.foL 't .:.::; ::''W' :::-t.;:::: ::

in the First National Bank $125,000 or more covered, or more by insur, and coming year. Chipley will be with In a b&i.h.; : : ..... .::::,?'.'.o :;.i.w MWfi ?fiMW. (
that
Gainesville was acquired by the is only partly. position to give capacity
subsld- ance. very little notice. W T. Laney,
antic Trust Company,
local operator, has now under
thetatlc gin
of
and company
holding
y National Bank of Jack- St. Augustine Commissioners construction another gin house,, G'It9s toasted

to an announce- V. J. Mickler David Price and R. which he expects to use either to '
vile according
8 ,TUNI3IN7ML -
nt last night by Edward W. ';'J.: Masters, who, since April I house additional gin units if the arsu+a. ,
'have voted .consistently againstthe demands It or he will i
board of the coming crop IAnaa 6srnr.
Qe,chairman of the the San Sebas- of Ultra Violet Rays ...,, T..er.r
Juonville Institution.. ,bridge across use it for a warehouse In the eventno Including the use .
state road TArr.Jora.red
tion river which the additional gin units are needed Purifies etui ew.Ja wdn. .
Mellows-Heat
department proposes to build with Sunshine A r.0.., .wrMSan.r
ala-At a meeting of the ex- Nfm
live committee of the Florida federal aid, without expense to the Sarasota-A verdict for the de- Throat Pro'edlon-agalnst I Irritation-against cough .:.

Growers association here city, voted at the commission fendants was returned by a circuit Your tap
ape action,,I
na were made for the two day meeting to' rescind their through' court Jury today In a suit by C. O. vJ

alon of the summer conventionthis and the resolution went the Teate, Justice of the peace, againstthe ----- ---- -- -- -- z;.
of -
organization to be held In with the unanimous vote, Sarasota Herald and Its publisher OVER WORlLr-

Undo, July It and 15.; The com- commission. George D. Lindsay, In which on the annual receipts of county NERVES

tte decided to stress the grape _- 280 Teate sought $50,000 damages. school funds. Milkman Housewife, Sportsman,
Approximately
,
connection Bushnell Teate alleged libel and damage to -
that Is held In x
ti the convention. cars cucumber had been shipped to last his character through a series of Belle Glade-The first solid car Winners in $50,000 ContestTop

from Sumter county up editorials in the Herald against an of green corn ever shipped from Hi
100 cars going
Bushnell-Cucumbers have been Saturday with about Web automobile tag campaign by the this section was blUed from Belle

?leg out of this section in very from Bushnell remainder, 90 from from Center justice court in which a number of Glade last week. It was loaded
the
avy volume, 90 cars having gone ster and the persons using tags from other and
$7.50 corn
Kill Prices ranged from The trial re- with 450 crates of sweet
t up to the end of the last week at states were fined.
ices started at $7.60 but as the early part of the season to $2 for quired three days. 'was top-Iced with about three tons S'M

Id Increased they dropped to present with the average price about of Ice. The corn was packed six, r : IYt1s'


better than was expected aoath $1,000 a ,ear, Shipments week. H. Hart, Belle Glades, hopes to be Glade Packing Company was the
a
ago when weather condi continue at least another shipping poinsettias north in car packer and shipper. There was one)

load lots. The poinsettia is Flor car out of South Bay on the same u

ida's brilliant vermillion Christmas and another out of here on
day
|L AndtheWorstisYettoCome- flower and makes fine decorations Monday of this week. There Is

.. when shipped to the snow quite an acreage of corn In this

L covered north during the holidays. section that could be shipped, but

For several years Mr. Hart has the Industry Is still In the experimental IIP TO your *.** * wortI'IVJ' -
lined the sides of the public road stage.Alachua nerve at high tension.

that runs by his place with poin- No wonder yon snap at the wife.. ,
settias. He has so many that The Alachua La- and bark at the children. <<
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Overworked
,, -= bloom prolifically during the winter crasse-Santa Fe potato section Is Watch oatl .
lead to Steeple
that he is going to start shipping and It lasaid nerve may .. a
now harvesting Its crop nee. Nervous Uadae.... Narrons
<'- I them north._ to be one of the best producedhere atother
.
I -: : r -- Quality im reportedu pIwinnddiibeet$ *..
tr In
:years.
I Ocala-A special educational high and the yield lower left Why don't yon try Dr. MHesfEffervesce f
unusually winner)
StateDairymen's Thomas Shirk?, first prl '
of the Florida Jamee ** N.,.. TaMeUTJust
meeting 8,000 acres are lower right.
I Association win be held excellent About Mrt. Walter Sweet winner of second prise; me .. a half srlae* ec
near Ocala, planted to potatoes in this section Julius M. Nolle, winner of third prise. webr ea1uee i pSa..pert }
Silver Springs Is
at
held chairman and the approximate movement major prise winners in the Camel cigarettecontest. ling drink d.li
L. Shealey, tbe three
A. show
Dr. Pictures
June B. 180,000 to 200,000 awarded aYoofhhlo
estimated at was to over-taxed nerve
la Boston
milkman .
12, a
committee, Sharker,
educational James Thomas ar
of the approximately Nov ns
; barrels. Beans from mother of three children and Dr. Mile ,
er has Just announced. Special speakers 300 acres are just starting to I first prise of fM.OOO; Mrs. Walter stationed Sweet at the Brooklyn (N. Y.) Nary' made fat two f onae UquU have andEfferveeeent
pr Dr. J. captain Both
be Corps Tablet
will Marine
wife of a Y
on the program and volume dealer,
and the quality \ M. Nolle, real estate
move and Julius effect.at .
University of SIO.OOO. soothing
the second prtee
of the same
Yard, won
president to be satisfactory. thirdprise r
J. Tigert said received the
of this crop are DalaUi Commercial Club. trm. bee
of the ,IM yew
of Florida; A. B. Nystrom The cucumber movement and former secretary of $1,000 each, fri prizes ol |(00,
1
fire prises
husband of 15,000. In addition .
senior dairy within .
extension under way
1st expected to get (1100 each were warded. Pt
of Dairy each and twenty Ave prises o '
man United State Bureau week. The acreage la will to Wlnston-Salem. N. C. )0,
the next I prize winner. go "tNERVINE
fortunate
and Nathan The three e frTTtr
.
Industry Mayo at commissioner Washington of agriculture estimated at 600.- where Camel clgarettee are manufactured, to receive their checks.of ()Pi"U ;f

for Florida.TallahasseeMost. Glade-shipment! of beans will be , "
Belle in the newly perfected process, '.1''
section this number originated
Lake Per
-i-; county school from Florida the Everglades reached peak lastl week Lake districtTampaTen carried on through the National

superintendents In Florida are being of and shipments are expected to be Juice Corporation, a subsidiary, Winter Garden _:Miniature golf r

.. paid more than the law allows, rather light the remainder of the refrigerator carloads along selected milk routes In New links constructed by Lakevlew ,F

r Attorney General Gary D. Landis j season. On SaturdaY Hay 9. 24 of Juice totaling 80,000 gallons i York, New Haven, Buffalo, Erie School student on V,
today In an opinion from 2,600,000 oranges Junior High
effect from
stated In cars of beans were shipped squeezed and Cleveland as a first effort toward
written at the request of a Shipments from this I have been sent from the campus.
distribution.
I member of the legislature. The Belle Glade.have been running about 18 j Tampa plant to cities selected for general Starke Bridge on state road

constitution provides that point distribution experiment, No. 48, east of town, being rebuilt
state to cars daily. The Everglades the initial Miami Herman Grover., Inc.,
school superintendent payshall been shipping according to the Tiunpa Tribune.I charter to '
county has
\ Lake section Coconut Grove, granted .
the legislature, has arrange Beach Plans proponed
be fixed by one-half to two-thirds of the The Juice corporation fruit groves.JacksonvilleAddition Palm
and the legislature -I from I Florida citrus grower operate Lake Worth Inlet and
the opinion stated Florida shipments of beans. ed with UW made to to bridge
up to the present has fixed total Shipments from the state reached for a constant supply. Dally Hatcher. restaurant. quarter. make extensive Improvements to

nothing but the minimum compen- peak on May 5 when 193 cam were deliveries) of orange Juice In plata Pearl and Forsyth streets, opened. harbor.''
frozen by.
This minimum rangesfrom Over' half d quart containers
,, _tIoo. based shipped from Florida.
month
$200 a
:Ii $50 to
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PAGE FOUR BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARKK FLORIDA pRIDAY
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AUXILIARY TO MEET WITH. bert Galloway. business in Jacksonville Friday. Tarpon Springs Construction: 'Punta: Gorda _
MR& L. D. V1NEVQ Mr. and Mrs.'W. C. Wooten and !started on service station on east bridge to Ba1'l'Qsa'
be
LAWTRY ; afternoon side of Eagle street, between Or dedlca tad
children spent 'Sunday July
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Miss Rosa Mae Rowe is spend tlb..
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i f JdclgtyI The American Legion 'Auxiliary B. 13. Bnmer. Cen ing some time in Macclenny with In Lake City.Mesdames ange and Read streets. II I.
will meet Tuesday afternoon at "- relatives. W. E. Torode and Joe Bradenton Hanlon Bakery
3:30: at the home of Mrs. L. D. Farewell- Paraty Given for Little Mrs. J. T. Mooreipent; Monday Andrews and Mr. Jeff Roberts moved to newly remodeled quartersat
yjslug on Madison street. Albert Galloway In Jacksonville.Miss spent Tuesday in St. George Ga. 1213 Manatee avenue.
TRI-COUNTY FEDERATION'OF The charter roll will be closed Miss Guilds Marl Thede wa a Mattie Edith Rowe is visit. Mr. and Mrs. Cecil WhItehead Winter'Garden New home of ATLASThe
f', WOMAN'S CLUB on this date. All ladles who are charming hostess to a farewell ing in Jacksonville. and Mrs. H. B. Arwood and two American Legion nearing comple
MEET IN STARKE eligible for membership invit party given at the home of her Mr. and Mrs,,. A, M. Blanchard children spent Thursday In Jacksonville tlon.
: ed. parents last Monday afternoon have as their guests..Mr. and Mrs.C. .! Standard Oil
The Tri-County Federation of from four to six o'clock In honor R. Atkinson and son and Mrs. Mr. Geo. P. Young and Miss Eva Tire
' Woman's Clubs will meet at the MEASURING PARTY of little four year old Albert Gal S. Bohannan and two children of Grant spent Sunday afternoon In I Guaranty]

d Starke Woman's Club Wednesday loway, who left Tuesday his new Miami. Mr. and Mrs. Atkinson Hawthorn.Mrs. Announcement
:afternoon at 3:00: o'clock. Mrs. E. I At the home of Mrs. G. P Raymond home in Arkansas will leave the last of the week for J. H. Moore spent FridayIn One Year

11r: R. Strickland Lake Butler, will Circle No. 2: and 3 of the A number of interesting games South Carolina. Mrs. Bobannan Jacksonville.,
.
I1.1is Baptist W. M. U. gave a measuring were played which were enjoyedby will spend a,couple of weeks here. Mesdames L. H. HILL and W, E. NHNNNFrigidaire....
be in charge of the meeting. All party Friday afternoon. all the children present who She will be joined next week by; Toroda chaperoned a: party of 'We'wish to announceto
8 members of the Starke Club are The admittance charge was a were members of Mrs. L. H. Hill's Mr. Bohannan. young folks to the lake Friday afternoon -
'1 urged to attend and visitors are penny for each Inch of waist little etas at the Methodist Sunday J. T. and W. F. Moore spent Sun- for a welner roast. After the people of Starke. l
invited. Measure. school, of, which Albert has been day In Jacksonville.Miss swimming and boat riding: a delicious -
9 The following' program was rendered a member. Beverly Cady of Kingsley supper consisting of roast- and.community the opening

:MRS. HAMILTON HITCH. JR. Miss Thede presented him witha Lake and Miss Thelma Andrews of ed welners, bread and pickles were the threei/ear guot\\
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GIVES ANNOUNCEMENT Instrumental music by Miss book entitled Allver'a Radio .Starke were visiting here Monday. served. of, our. Bakery on
4 PAnTY Bunnie Cacova. Story book for children as a me- Geo. Boyer of the U. S. navy statloaed Miss Louise Thede, spent the anted electric refrig.j
A poem contest was held. The mento of this delightful occasion. at Norfolk. Va., Is visiting week-end at Kingsley lake with Call, 'street next, toManning's
The home of Mr, and Mrs. J. H. Judges agreeing.that :Mrs. Court The hostess assisted by her his sister, Mrs,:W- F.,,.Moore.Mrs. :MIsa Beverly Cady. erator
s t Rltch, Jr., was the scene on Wednesday ney's poem was the best. mother Mrs. R. R. Thede and Mrs. R. JJ. Tbede and, daughter :Mrs. Jake Shuford spent. Mon- GroceryStore.
of a lovely luncheon givenIn Reading "Emmallne's Last L. H. Hill served her guests with GuUda.tMarieW'!!weritt! shopping: ,In day in Jacksonville. -
honor of Mica: Mary Eloise ,Beau" by Bu&nie Canova. \ delicious Ice cream and cake.: Starke JtfondayC /,:->.;1.. Mr. Guest of Jacksonville was In For sale bySmith's
Hitch.. : .An art class In which each guest Each child was given a little basket Mrs. Ed.,Galloway. and chUdren, Lawtey Wednesday. .
n4 A color scheme of pink, white was given a square of parrafin to filled with candies as a memento who'have been visiting, her parents Your patronage, appre-
and green was charmingly carried mold into anything they desired. of this delightful party. left Tuesday for Arkansas, Births
out with stately Easter lilies, lark. The judges decided that a very perfect Thode present were: Carolyn and where she will Join Mr. Galloway. ciated Service!
'spur, gladioli and other fragrant rose made by Mrs Stanley: Bettye Moore Ernestine Moore, R. R. Thede and son Richard, :Mr. and Mrs. Sidney GruYls,

e, spring flower Moore war-best .. I Mary, GP9 !'1,1! Lou, Ettwarda: made a business trip tp Wajd? Fit- Starke, son, May 15th., .Bread-Cakes-PiesRobinson
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The guests found their places at Reading by Mla M.lba Bllcox. Patsy Lee Roberts, George Brown day.Mrs. StationStarke
1, the daintily set tables by means of Solo, "WJun rid With You" by Moore Paul Dlnktas, Jr., Adal to'' floral place. card'. Green mint .Mrs J. O. Doyle Trudis Dinklns. Billy Burney An- funeral of her ,cousin Mrs. ing filling station a corner of Al- & Keen
cups In the shape of roses, filled Duet, Loves's Old Sweet Song na Catherine Wooten,!Cecil Atkinson Rubye Gornto Baker In Jacksonville fred street and new Leesburg road. Fla.
with pink mints were found at each John Powell and Mrs Doyle. and Marguerite Bohannan Sunday afternoon. i -Dade 'City Harry Friedman :
,place A'delicious three-course Solo, "Colette" by John PowellDelicious Miami; Anna Catherine and Al- EL E. Burney was transacting! ; enlarging his mercantile business.
iOnCheon was served' the color strawberry short-cake =
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"" scheme being carried out In several with whipped cream was served.
'; novel ways. During the secondcourse' About forty guests were present
$' the Important news of the ,
't day .was announced to the guests UVRE DU MOIS CLUB MEETS
st m._ unique way. Each guest found
her green domino sugar tied to- Sweet were the flowers :
,gether with pink ribbon. Upon investigation used by Mrs. T. J. Alderman in
ti they found concealed decorating her home Friday when $
between them a tiny pink paper he entertained, her book club at 5:
: heart Inscribed with the names a 1 o'clock luncheon. .
Eloise Bitch and Herbert Durden The topic for the day's discus-
s.
J and' the date June 9th, 1931. SIOD was ,."The Education of a
The fair honor guest was showered Princess" by Marie, Grand Duchess
t with best wishes when this ot Russia.

news was discovered. Those enjoying this delightful _
The hostess was assisted by affair were: Mrs. Edward Burns .
Missed Lola Long and Murla Mrs EL K. Peryman, Mrs. L. A. "
'Weeks. Those enjoying this delightful Davis, Mrs. L. Wyman and Mrs.D. ., .
t -
occasion with the hostess ., C. Jones of Gainesville. '
}} and Miss Rltch were: Misses Clara V Pay to 1Vinners of -
l Louise Peek Leila Dea Andrews,! NOTICE OF FINAL DISCHARGe ,
Notice la
hereby that
given sixty
Annie Mae Pearce Ruth Sternberg,
days after date hereof on to-wlt; 1
Hazel Mlddleton Mary Canova, the Und day of July, 1931 I the un-

Betty ChamberUn Lucille Mitchell. ernlffne ot Stephen administrator Dlgga. deceased 0"the, will estate present .
Harriet Bitch Hilda Durden of my voucher and final accountto
1 Hampton J. R. Lake Butler the Honorable deo. A. Gardiner,
; Boring -
county judge of Bradford' County
h ; Clifton Brown.Lawtey, A. A. lorlda., and ask for hie approval CAMEL .CONTEST
; Durden, Hampton'J. H., Ritch, Sr., and trator.my discharge, a*. such admlnlv- !

zz, 'T.<>-T.1' Long C. C. Hoppe, Tampa, ,This find. day of M'J.Y.t.1931.
; DAVIS;
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And, B. S. Carroll, '
fy 6-et-et''-l7 Administrator r Vft

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CARL'S CASH CORNERIn .: r :" ''J:" ,. R. ,J. Reynolds Tobacco Company takes pleasure in announcing )/". '


that\\ decisions of: Judges CHARLES DANA GIBSON, ROY W. HOWARD :1; ,'\i
S. R. Johns.Building-Opposite Depot '_ :
. J,, andTRAY LONG in the $50OOO Camel Prize ,, "
Contest ;;
have beenreached 'r'rt: ,, : ,
p' Phone 45, Starke, Fla. We Deliver 'i " .: .
\" and that prizes accordingly have been awarded :: '/ dyAl L"
.. as follows +w/ .
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SPECIALS FOR FRIDAY, ,,SATURDAY ""!}{,>.',,,, :' ",' sVV:;i:"

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$ AND MONDAY . ,._:.,/ "c '\' .,J,, ''t.r," .' ''<"tirst. ,Prize. $.25 OOO ''7';',"'"'" ;'

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J"F 'JI I --. ; .' ,JAMES THOMAS SIIARKEY, '101 Train Street, Dorchester, Mass.\ .' .
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".r;, 10 lbs. New Irish Potatoes ____________::ISc ')1. .t7'f : , 1vSeeondPriie ..
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l'' MEAL Water Ground :$ JJO ;. : :; 'JN.Ih.<4OO :.- . : Fhirtl .
---------------- \ ; > ,, :" ,: Prize .$G,tOO

p .GRITS ------------*-__-.. .------- $2JS ms.WALTER SWEET NaT Yjjd, Brookl; >n.N.Y. 'V:' JULIUS M. NOLTE Glen
.. .- V Avon, Duluth, Minn.S .

:,.1 1 24 Ibs. Self rising Flour, guaranteed ___ 65c Ii!.' . '
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{;"t, 1-2 Barrel self-rising Flour- ____,__.JL,, $2,40 ':Prize of $IJOO each 1 11 'rl:eg of $100 cnch .
i' ELIZABETH JARRARD Porter.Apia Laming,MIC.J. .
A.'B. FRANKLIN. In.S3 KirUand 8k,Cambridge. r... MARIE ALBERTS. 62S2:>> So. Spanldlns Ave,
ii MACARONi. ___..;________-_______--_- 5c B.. { Chicago W.KEATING, 523 Prospect A.e., Cleveland, Ohio
_ JOHN MCCARTHY.. 721 Mala St.WailmanUc Conn. W. BARKER,JIL,420 N.Spruce,W Ultou-SaJem,N.C J. tt KENNEDY 2627 W.State St,Milwaukee, Wine.
5c FREDERICK. E. ROBINSON,Coronado Beach. Calif.WM. : EUGENE BARTON 3623 La Ln* S.. El Paso,TexasMRS. JOHN
MATCH ES ,_ ____ : -a :.- .. KILPELAINEN Weal P.ru. Maine
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.A." SdlRADER.Brent Apta, New Albany, lad. ,EDW.F:DALY 1133 Loolrrilla St, St.Louis Mo. DR.CLIFTON B.LEECH 211 AngeU SL,PrOTiaence Rt

*.5 Pounds SUGAR 4 ii-: :: 25c DR. D. n.,SOPEH. 523.E. Brown,Iowa City Iowa3'Prisei Wit:&i\ERBACnER,308 N.Front St.,Coq,Ark. 'EDWARD MARTIN. 121 Liddell St; Buffalo,N.Y.

<1'1 f I --23c of aoO each LEROY FAIRMAN, 69 Dartmouth SL,Forest hula, N.Y. MRS.L.C. MILLARD 609 Stockier Gaideaa Norfolk,V*

L; ; 1-lit.I pound Banquet, i'7:7"; : : $ KATHRYN H. FRANCIS,448 E.224 SL, Baltimore Md. EUGENE! SARTESI, 745 Chapel Su, Ottawa, IlL
: >.CARTWRICBT.TnuwpV Bid Washington D.d MRS. ALEXIS GODII.LOT,191 PL New
1:" .' j"; Weedy YorkC GREGORY LUCE STONE 755 T_..St.Mobile Ala.
'Shankless Picnic Hams, I6ei7;; --.;:L.L17c:: : : : ,Elm COCIIBANE.Cle.Tal.AT*. Darien Conn. W.;GRANGE 2316 Central Sc,Evanston, HI.C DR. C L.THOMAS, Mount Ai7 N. C.
.... BARBARA LAWLESS,Ardmore. ,Pa., S. CRAYBOL, PaxtoovOU,Paw
Xt.?::1:?,= BUTTER, pound ,_ .. 4__.-i.?._: ...._..:_";.___._.,.. _27c' . JANE PARSONS. S2S B. 79tb St.New Teak N..Y.t.TR1CHAHB I JOHN I.GRIFFIN 1208 Jackson Pueblo,'Colorado ,LEE.ARTHUR R.WOMACK.WOOD 448 21'TeiuHT AT.,Amhent ill OhioJ ,No 1'.
Burke St Mechanic
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,t!!:.' : .w ,.k( tw' .1tl yn W.VOCT C,...Hey Anal, Wabk.gtit. ", DAVID C. BILL Perton and ArllncUui Rda. York,Pa.IN" .
Cheese . .... ___ *8e a k wrau. Al 4Ai EMERY; HERBERT YOUNG, Painted Vott.N.Y.moistnre ,
_ n pound. ., __a; .....;-_- .;..iJT; ; .,
: ""' ': -: 1 .. .

', White BACON, lb., _,_,_--r; !l. ;:;:-l; :-_...,.---::-t-W <, .. '."'I,1P1f'f"1",11,,1 . 'f , .. I,(.f'1.1... A a
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p I 'BACON PLATES' lb. ;-:- .L: ::..;li____-JOc , congratulating the winners, in the >proof Cellophane the

wrapping
f, SMOKED. BACON, IftJ...:.:--::..,.r2L::;___-___ -fOc " reai Camel contest we want at the same rich aroma and full flavor of choice Tnrkbh

,,wr."K".\ ", V" '".. '.'*1-.f';;.:. . " time to thank most cordially the approximately and mellow .
Quart Jars Pure Mustard+ .:. : .;,. ". Domestic tobaccos have bees
: -;; ,'------- : 'million men and
w; women who displayed air-sealed in Camels for your enjopmeat.V ..

.!.h.. 3 ,large or,#small Carnation or Fan. their friendly interest by sending yOu ,

.- Camp's Milk..iLLi., .. .;:.. -25e In an entry. hare not tried Camels in the Humidor
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you
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>' i I. BUCKET,LARD. iu.1.".\..:;"._'' _--.-___ .,tlC! Wewish also to thank the millions of smokers brand for one day.
_ 51'' .. .'r'1'v! throughout the country for the appreciation
f A OATS/ W, kite Clipped .,.. U5,17 '' $1.90 After you have learned'!how' milder
--r.. t i r------ they are showing for our new Humidor Pack much

ORTS J __ _____;.-_::..;..,,;.;.-I._____ $lJ60 as is evidenced by the notable increase faiths how much cooler,,how much more enjoyI I

V ilu-, sale of Camel cigarettes.By . able It is to smoke a perfectly eondltionedfresh

SWEET FEED _ _____ -_-_ $130 cigarette,go back: to the.harsh hotneM "
means of this.dust-proof, term-peoof of stale
cigarettes if
Butternut,Dairy Feed, 21 per text protein $2.30 you t> e'9""-

I SCRATCH,FEED _ ._______.____- $2JOO .
JIrW' : .' '
EGG-O-FIDE'LAYINGiii1fASH' -r: +r-.;;$&00 i -


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MAY 22,1931 COUNT TKlJEaRAPH. BTARKK. FLORIDA PAGE FIVE i
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ttctpated, Miss Eloise McGriff, Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Brownlee,
crta of St. George, Ga.. Tuesday.
demonstration agents, reports. The Mrs. S. B. Brownlee and Mrs. C. C. i

dresses were later exhibited in one Cross visited in St. Augustine Sunday Mr. and Mrs. 1. A. Davis and

rEE of and tion.the attracted downtown considerable show windows atten-, A Rev.Methodist W. F.District Jones Conference attended the In Specials May 22nd & 23rd


to see the Mr. and Mrs. Cyrus Hoover of Fernandina'the"first few days of
You Miami spent the week-end with
the week. h
Palmetto New house
packing
: Mr. Hoover's parents, Mr. and Mrs.J. .

DRESSESat for completed.Seaboard Air Line railroad, F. Hoover.Mr. Mrs. W. E. Mlddleton, Mrs; J. M. PILLSBURY'S \WHEAT BRAN - - - -12c

Orlando Plans under way for Mitchell, Miss Madge Mlddleton
erection and equipping modern Mrs. and Mrs. J. M. Brownlee, Miss Hazel :Middleton and Miss Lu- The wholesome, nutty flavor of this natural 100 percent bran make the most delicious mnfflnst
S. E. Brownlee and Mrs. C. ir'
Sternberg's hospital at cost of 5150.000.: cUte Mitchell were visitors In
C. Cross motored to Ocala and
Gainesville .
Tuesday.Mr.
Miami Berry and Sons received
$5,579 contract for construction Sliver Springs Thursday.Mrs. Maxwell House Pure Cane BestSUGAR

$4.85! of sidewalks In Flamingo Park : and Mrs. H. S. McAllister
$$3.95, J. H. Ritch :Mrs. Hamilton and daughter. Evelyn, spent Sun-
latch, Misses Eloise '
and Dorothy day with Mrs. McAllister' parents COFFEE v
Ritch motored to Jacksonville'.Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Brown of
$5.49They're Monday and spent the day. Starke

Pound Can 29c
- - 10pounds49c
big values :Members of the Christaln Endeavor :Mrs. E. M. Johns spent Wednesday :
enjoyed a swimming party In Alachua. She was accompanied -
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"* JHIHIIIIIIfflf''ITMIII' <'11 Thursday at the :Mitchell at -
mmH1F" place home by her daughter,
AND DRESS Klngsley lake. Gloria, who has been visiting relatives :
POSTURE
1 there. I 3 Minute Oats - - - : 3 packages 25c II

Springs, Fla A '-H Mr and Mrs. J. W. Jenkins, of : ,
w.Funlak
review and good posture Miami, spent Wednesday visiting Mr. and Mrs. Dale Vanalckel of -.- -
BO dress Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Brown of Gainesville are1""guests of Mr. and
Cleat was recently held at the FULL CREAM BEST GRADE
L Theatre here, and 80 girls Starke. Mrs. W. J..' Epperson-: "Mrs. Van

fa 10 clubs to the county par- :Millard White of Knoxville/Ten- while slckel Mr.will Vansickel spend the Is summer in Los here Angeles CHEESE White Bacon

nessee, Is In Starke this week, the Calif. .
52525Bits guest of his uncle. Dr. Geo., H.

Lowry. Mr., and :Mrs; S. S. Dowling and Pound, --19c Pound 13c
daughter Nettle, after spending -

Mrs J. M. Brownlee, Mrs. S.E. several days In Tallahassee returned t
of Brownlee Mrs. C. C. Cross and Miss Tuesday and were accompaniedby -

Amelia Ray motored to Keystone Mrs. DowHng's mother, Mrs..W.

Heights Tuesday. ". J'E ,! S.with Stroman her. who will spend a while I I Octagon Soap or Powders - - - 5 for 18c 1 I

bacal NewftsrConcmrning :Mrs. E. M. Johns Mrs. J. EUCorenlng -.
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> Miss Helen Bryce andiMiss'atsy : tMrs. O. L. Beasley was Joined by ...
> Brinson spent Tuesday In her mother, Mrs. A. C. Durden of CLEARBROOK BEST GRADECompound
Omr P.opl., HMMICM and Jacksonville.Mr. Tampa Wednesday and they left

...... of thm County and Town. for Albany, Ga., being called thereon BUTTER Lard
and Mrs. C. Kruse and account,of the sudden death of
m daughter, Miss Marie Kruse. of Mrs. Durdetf* brother-in-law, Mr
______ _______ ________ Philadelphia, Pa., are spending several :,'Whidby''. ,
ClcIIUc.oOOOOC: :: :: :: :>oI&I'Ifeet :; oo:: ooc:: :**"""*'" :::"" :::":::**""" R. I N''
Pound- 28c
: 2Pounds22c
weeks' Starke.Col. - v-- r -
- -
potato planCs; IIJW. perd Mrs. L. F. Smith.and Mrs. F, A. _..._ .. who
w Cbtsiyv Is ....commissioner
KlckllterV TUeSday C. N. )
at tweezy spent In McIntosh and Ifrv.-.A.. S. cr.wa-Yt; : I.. to:tha"neral'assembly( of

j A. S. Crews wad a hw.lDeu with. friends and,relatives. ".,* H. M. Barfcir and :Miss 11a' Ma the Presbyt&Lwn church; 1 which MEAL
Goodbread erf meets la.Plt urgh Pa., May
Green Cov. '
In Tuesday.
.
tar
r
Misses Olive rand Amelia j Ray in Jacksonville Friday. to June* 3. $$eave tot that city, Rice,5Pounds22c

j. D, E. Knight attended court spent last week 'in'.Alachua 'with' ::; J the latter part of this week. He Grits 8 pounds - - 20c
I Gainesville Wednesday. Mr; and. Mrs.: I*, .C. Ray. Mr. kndLftr's., T. B. Massie, Mr, will. be accompanied by Mrs. Christy ,
J. A. Long and Mr. J. E. Roller and Mrs. S. R. Johns. They will '--' ,-
field at Klckr. Mr. 0.'B. :MIddleton of Bruns- were visitors In Jacksonville Mon- visit for some weeks with relatives
I varieties peas
wick. Ga., spent :Monday with his day. ,In Pennsylvania before returning. NO. 1 OLDPOTATOES PILLSBURY FLOUR

i uncle, Dr. W. E. Mlddleton. --
Mrs. J. E. Wilson, Mrs. W. L. DISTRICT MEETING LEGION .
Vanslckel
r. and Mrs. Dale 24 --91c I
Mrs. H. C. Wall, Ollie Dell AUXILIARY TO BEII.D pounds -
nt Tuesday at Daytona Beach: Mr, and Mrs T. B. Massie, Mrs. Wall AND
J. A: Long, and Mr. J. E.'' Roller and Col. W. T. Weeks spent Tuesday IN LAKE CITYThe

Illrs.:/ G. C. Bryant Is visiting were !n Gainesville Wednesday.Miss In Jacksonvile. '- I 6 Pounds 25c
Second District of the De- lOpounds23c - -
natives In St. Matthews S. C.
Naomi Toole of Cedar KeysIs :Mr. and Mrs. P. M. Barefoot and. partment of Florida AmericanLegion R'
,' Aux- .. ,
little Juanita and Sara and Legion
daughters American - -
|Fruit Jars, caps and rubbers atliter's. the guest of Miss Loiselle Turner -
.- !were visitors to Alachua Sunday iliary will >hold; a conference at
J :afternoon. Lake City, oijSunday,! May 24th. A+

I Mr. and Mrs. Tal Young and Mrs. Mrs. W, Ev Middleton, spent the Miss Louis/ Cone, district vice- i'srffllzE
Mrs. George Ceo. Flynn aDd senior vice-presi-
Flynn ,
president
Itffield of Lake City visited week-end in Jacksonville. ,with rela- "
Hauls In Starke Sunday. tives. Jr., Martha Powell, Billy Powell dent of the""Florida Department, ;
and Eunice Canova spent TuesdayIn will preside over the meeting of the
'' Jacksonville.Mr. Auxiliary, and urges a large at- 'Where Satisfaction Is a Certainty"NOTICE
|Mi1 and Mrs E. M. Davis motor- Mrs. T. T. Long arrived Tuesday .
1 to Jacksonville Saturday after- from Baconton, Ga., to spend several tendance.
and Mrs. Boone Dick left The second district comprises the
n. days with Mrs. B. S. Carroll.
Thursday for their home in May- following towns: Starke, Montlcello. 4.

|Mrs. James Godbold of Jackson-: Mr,, and Mrs* 0.L.. Swaliea of field.; Ky., where' they. will' spendthe Gainesville.and,,High Ocala Springs., .Cunnellon, TEACHER'S EXAM- The secretary of the bar association -
"summer. Lake City
e, spent Wednesday with her Penney Farms spent Sunday with The ; place of meeting,, INATION was very busy and very cross DR. B. W. MARTIN
tee: Mrs. S. S. Mr. and. :Mrs. J. W. Calico., wile
Dowling. .
Junior Kruse Is spending the summer and time announced later. one afternoon, when his telephone DENTIST
with his grandparents, Mr. and -- _. fang.
|Mrs T. J. Griffin and Mrs. W. F.es Mr. J. E. Roller of Harrison- OF SCHOOL BUS BIDS Phone M noursi to 5
Mrs. .J. ,H. Kruse in West Palm NOTICE school Persons desiring to take the,. "Well, what la It? he snapped."Is ) ;
i visitors in Gainesville burg;Va., Is the guest'of Mr. T. P.non. wUhlnn to bid on
were "
Beach., bus rout. In Bradford county forth teacher's examination will reportat this the City Gas Works Over Corpenlng's Drug Store r
eeday. B. Massie. term of llll-M will ftU their the Bradford County High asked a woman's soft voice.
Intructlon
Publlo -
bid with the Board ot
:Mr. W. A. Gregory arrived In up to Monday, Noon June School, Thursday, June the 4th, "No, madam," roared the secre-
Gerald Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Anderson
[ Mlddleton returned Frig 15 1.IL will need "This Is the Bar Association
Starke this week and will be con- 1031. Applicant pen tary.
from Macon, Ca., where he baa and family spent!: Sunday In Jack Bid. will,.b. ..t the following
nected.wlth the.state.roaddepart-. Tu..da Ink and legal cap paper. of the City of Louisville""Ab
sonville. .
t; the put two months. ment.. fPout..rcanib.:had at lbinabovhof? Examination will begin promptly ." came from the lady's'end .

.. at eight o'clock. In the sweetest of tones, "I didn't
|Mrs. H. :M. Barker of Plant City :Miss Helen Bryce of BrycevlUe Jlr E. S. Matthews and Mlsa flc A.'J. GRIFFIIIIIU5tU' ..nd! .. i 6-22-2t. A. J. Grlffls. supt. miss It so far, after all, did I'" .
i the guest of Mrs. A. S. Crewst Is the guest of' Mrs.. J. EL Corpen- Florence Matthews spent several B\ p''rlnt FLORIDATHEATRE

the week-end. Ing.: days In Jacksonville this week visIting STEAM PRESSING COMPANY a

I Mr.and Mrs. Boone Dick and Mr.Mrs. Mrs. Eugene Chambers. of Jack- relatives. SUITS CLEANED, PRESSED AND RESHAPED : a

John Uglow returned slnville, was In Starke Saturday Mr.,and Mrs. J. A. Long and son, Announcement .' ./. Frank Thoman Phone 52 GAINESVILLE, FLA. Ai
esday from Miss oAbe _. __
a visit la Tampa. visiting Inez athy. of -----I
Jack, of Live Oak, were guests
Mr. and Mrs. T. B. Masaie Sunday.Mrs. . Program week May 22'
CoL and Mrs. J. L.- Frazee spent '
We wish to announceto
Long remained for a week's
ENT A WORDCOLUMN week.several days In Tallahassee this visit with Mrs. :Massie. ".our'friends and pa- TODAY t-


Mrs. R. K. Fox and daughter, trons the removal of
Mr. W. P. Randall of Tampa, '
Arlyne and Mrs.' Stella Wiggins Ramon NavarroIn
de-
'front the
spent Wednesday and Thursdaywith our store
left Saturday for their home in Macon -

.-t SALE CHEAP _-One- Ford- ,Mr and Mrs. J. M. Alvarez. Ga., after spending a while pot to ournew, location

I MB Tractor, disc and plow. J. M. :Mrs. B. Jacobs and daughter, here with Mrs. O. H. Bennett. next to CheckerboardFeed "DAY BREAK" 5

Mitchell, Starke. B-15-tf. Miss :Miriam Jacobs spent Wednesday Miss
Jacksonville. ;Mrs. G. H. Bennett, : Guasle Store. We wish to Added Comedy and Cartoon
ANTED TO BUY-A, small farm in. Mae Bennett, Mrs. R. K. Fox Ar- our pricesare
war lyne Fox, :Mrs. Stella Wiggins and assure you
Starke.
Write. Box 492 Judge and Mrs. A;Z. Adklna and '
SATURDAYJackOakle
Starke. 1t Mrs. Orrle Wiggins ,spent Friday right.
Miss Hazel .Adklns attended the In Jacksonville. I

_ NTIID: legislature In Tallahasee* several u'
berries
TERMS
grow CASH OR
Farm day,this week. of De-
011 shares. 1 1-2 miles CoL and Mrs. J. E. Futch
loath of Starke. J. B. Prevatt, Land will be the guests of Mr. and In
:
Mr.- and Mrs.. C. C. Hoppe of:
I Hampton Mrs. H. L. Brownlee for the week.
Fla. 8.222teRENTDownatalre
while at :DENMARKFURNITURE. "JUNE MOON"Added
Tampa are spending a end. Miss Mary Brownie will return .- ,
the Biggs cottage at Klngaley lake. with them for a visit, '
furnlsh"PMtment. .
) G** Arthur-Karl
III Front porch IIvI SPECIAL VALUESGoodyear Dane Comedy: and AdJlonday&'Tuesday x
"I room, sleeping porch,, kitchen Mr. and Mrs. P. M. Barefoot Mrs. J. W.Andrews,Jr.,with her CO.
11I4 bath. Newly wnowatod. Mrs spent Tuesday afternoon In Ala- father :Mr. E. J.Roberts and sister ;'

p' 11. fig, Phone 8.big Mrs. W. E. Torode' of Lawtey, were I On the famous
chua.U. guests) of Mr. and Mrs. L.'B. Rob-
i It I IUNT-If: yon have been tpy- Irene Wills and lira. E. H. John Barrymore
"
out "ood monejrfor rent r- Smith were visitors at Jacksonville !Q- Pathfinder Na
eetpt Beach Sunday. In lr
(which I'M'hides the'l&D4Ior.rl _.
taxes),why contlnu to do
10 when p')u'can'buy'my'1W" Mrs. H. C Grant and Mrs. C.'O "SVENGALI"Added ,
ArendeU of ,St. Augustine were ANSaIIdCanthiigSupphes' High Pressure30x
room tw
I i-lt >- tonr modern house Screen Bong
of.Jlra 0. L. Haynes Wed- Comedy
guest
fin .
pa jour Itreeta* lots between two nesday., 312 Oversize __________$4.48 rv
for,,thrM hundred
tad!i fifty dollars plus If JLoter- 30x5 Heavy Duty ___________17.95

lilted can and Me me at ithv'or- Kn. R..S. Fernandez and Miss 82x6'HeavyDuty' ((10-ply) ____29.75 WEDNESDAY
.r Isabel Femandea spent the week- '" '
CherT7 and Jefferson!
Itreet, and I WUl e xplaki. the end la Palatka with Mr. and Mrs. No. 2 and N 'r.anCan Sealers and COokL.Clans. '. ,Balloons Barbara nwgck '
.D>>1U8." -to
W. E. H. C...Richard.Mrs.
DaUCherty ltl' .Jars. -
: $4.93 "Ten Cents 'Dance"Added
:29x4.40'1" ---4----. a '
---
w -- -
PIaIloe PIANo SAL_New studio -H. L. Martha Brownie Brownleewere Mary Reduced Prices. 294.50'i. :*. ___. _____________5.60 Comedy,,Aet, New
U9CS.OO. ODe '' Brownlee and .
'new Baby Big dealer my years. '
0ru2d $33 .D0. .Rebuilt- planOi, guests 'of Mr. and Mrs. J. S. \ .. ',\. 30x4.60 r _ -____________. 5.69 '.
.
10ur('IUaranteed! ) '8 .oo., CIIoo Butch at the state farm Sunday.Mr. r "d" .1'd low "\.....- ' . ,,28x4.75 _ ____..____-_____. 6.65 Next Thurs. & 'Fri. WJBRADFORD

piano from lathushek.then time Wtorll-honorees and :Mrs. O. M. Slstrunk'and .. 33x6.00 ((6' ply) _____.:._____11.65REGISTER'S Charlie Chaplin ,o

5 Cable. Schultz Baldwin. sons Cyrus and Joe, left Sundayfor Company In
T piano doubly guaranteed Washington D. C., on a pleasure The Isre; Seed!! GARAGE "CITY LIGHTS" '

foPIDerly 8 IaI..t.JJR 14UIer'. Music COMPANY Shopp., trip. , " " f :<<: 'INtrLLE +trJlrr. .*..*................. x

ea, Galnen1De .and': 0CaIa. Mir J. 1* Brownie' and Milton ,', '*' Starke Florida, lOc & 50c
AE.e 7G4- 128 Creea...:;(Plano Brownlee. Jr.. returned Tuesday 4b y
t..L j Sattef atloa or money from several days' business trip' -
8.8.4t to Raleigh N. C. k NI

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BRADFORD COUNTY' TELEGRAPH BTARKE, FLORIDA
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eased must be Included, and new PEANUT GROWERS ROAD BOARD IS CONSIDERING ''The old hen gathered

I sources (not with the end of crippling ORGANIZING INTONATIONAL 4 NEW ROAD CAMPS together and bade the bar
HINTS TO HOUSEWIVES business and but AGENCY lets guard their tWelve At
!! Industry, only
FARM NEWS SECTION r Domonstra-1 only enough to reUeve real estate.) Department Asks Ralford For Additional she went out for the brother

Weekly from Home Whenever we try tq do.this, everything Washington D. C. Definite Men For Extra Work her return an the aftP.l'IIooQ.o.Ulleta

tion Specialist Tallahassee is protest, and nothing la, steps to organize a national peanut weeping bitterly and

} Conducted By I suggested as to bow to relieve real 1 marketing agency are being taken Establishment of four additional mother dear our brothel cried II

} USES FOR PLUMS estate!! -and the objections come by farmers in Alabama, Florida convict camps is being consideredby "Dead! How did It cIei4.'
hapJIeII "
L. T. DYER County Agent
!
from the same people who asked Georgia, North Carolina and Virginia the state road department. "The minister came to

MISS PEARL JORDAN Homo Demonstration Agent Almost before the Mayhaw sea- that real estate be relieved. according to a recent an- Resolutions were adopted at the farmer's wife caught our brad'

.- son Is over the little wild plum i "I am opposed to any tax on nouncement :by the Federal Farm May meeting of the department in plucked him, cooked him

CREAM CHECK ONLYA comes Into maturity in all sections I cigars and cigarettes. The cigar Board. Growers In these states Tallahassee Wednesday advising minister has eaten him!" IIId u..;

Straight Thinking PART OF FARM of the state. Whether they be fair- Industry Is peculiarly a Florida Industry usually produce 80 percent of the the prison bureau of the plan and "How sad! But we must toot

Hard Work Needed DAIRY RETURNS ly large or very small read or yellow cigars being manufacturedand nation's crop. Assisted by the asking it a sufficient. number of the bright side of things. n

' In Times of Stress they possess!! that peculiar acidity produced In the state. Froma Farm Board-they are rapidly or- prisoners can be supplied from Ral we can be thankful your brotle 111IIot

Jacksonville Fla. Since the and tang of the skin that cigarette tax It would be ony.a ganizing regional associations.The ford to 'maintain the additionalroad has entered the ministry for"

'+b (By Spuds Johnson) cream check isn't the only part of,, places them In a class by themselves short step In the next legislatureto Alabama-Florida Peanut camps. would never have been any lilt
i Some excellent ideas about "hard the Income from a dairy there is for Jelly making and for a cigar tax., If we tax cigarettes Growers' Cooperative Associationwas The board also passed a resolution a lay-man." II

A' times" and what is to be done with reason to encourage farm dairying, fruit Juices. North Carolina and other recently perfected at a meetIng Wednesday transferring $30- -

4 and about them continue,to emanate J. M. Burgess, dairy products marketing Plum Jelly states which produce them will retaliate In Dothan, Alabama. Similar 000 from the construction fund organized A Little Strong

from the Sandy Ridge Farm- specialist with the State Select sound, ripe, but not over with a tax on cigars. Also, meetings have been held at Albany, to build road 14: from Mul- Patricia had just arrived

9 er.' Club, whose members are real- Marketing Bureau recently state ripe plums, using them as soon as enormous amounts of cigarettes Georgia, and Windsor North Carolina berry to Gainesville, to the main- Ireland and hired herself Jut troy

ly trying to determine what It's in an address from WRUF. On possible after picking Weigh, would be ordered through the mall and one will be held at Suffolk tenance fund. nurse for a large family of la i;

all about and what to do about It. the other hand, he said that strictly wash thoroughly and place In pre- from other states." Virginia, June 2. Plans for Paving of a short stretch of I drea. That evening the mutrj*

i "It's a cinch that Just sitting commercial dairymen who have to serving kettle. "For each poundof Speaker Lewis of the house remarked the Georgia regional are well un- road number 48 between Raiford told her that she was going

around, moaning and grumbling buy most of their feed would expand fruit add two pints water, and "The most Important der way. and the' North Carolina and the New River station, on and to be sure that all the chllilnt OUt

will not do a bit of good," said Gus their business at a risk. boll until soft, about 12 to 15 mia thing we passed during the week regional has been organized as the which the board of commissionersof were put to bed promptly at m
*
Weeks. "I gues It's human natureto As some of the sideline, and utes. Pour into flannel Jelly bag was the Inheritance tax bill followed North Carolina Peanut Growers' state Institutions some time ago When the mistress returned lilt

want fight when we are cord quite Important, values of farm': and drip. This juice may be transferred closely by the teacher-unit Mutual Exchange. ,The North asked the department to consider asked Patricia how she had eottj

tiered, and It we do a little piece of: dairying he mentioned the skim to bottles or quart Jars and plan of school fund distribution Carolina and perhaps the Georgia waa taken up and a joint contract along with the children.

r .wrapping( we generally get out of milk and buttermilk for poultryand processed, to be used for fruit and the Everglades drainage bill.I ,. regionals will be a federation of between the commissioners and "Folne" she replied, "butOllJ

\the corner. pigs, the manure returned to drinks or for making into Jelly ata think the week beginning Monday locals while the Alabama-Florida the road department will be en- a time with 'at oldest boy-the Ml

1 "Agriculture In America is In a soil the better distribution of la- later time. May 18, will see the legislature organization will follow the cen- tered Into It was decided. headed one. He-" 1

1 period of readjustment right now bor, and the fact that practically For Jelly pour the Juice Into a 1. getting down to business on tral plan. "The red-headed one" shriekJ

Something has got to be done, and all of the dairy cows' feed can be kettle and boll; then add one pound revenue bills and that no extra Key West Rebuilding of boulevard the woman, "why that WIll a)]

h f Det doubt something will be done, raised on the farm. These are reasons sugar for each pint of Juice. Con session will be necessary. An appropriation MRS. EDISON HONORED bridge progressing rapidly. huband."Cannery Newa

+ for no nation can exist without its for adding a few good dairy tinue at a brisk boll until Jejllying bill carrying about -

i agricultural hinterland. Although cows as a part of the regular farm point la reached; Indicated by the $7.500,000 of state funds to be distributed Fort Myers, Fla.-Mrs. Thomas

C we think they are already low, production program. flaking or sheeting from side of to the schools on the A. Edison was recently elected as

?r' costs can be reduced still y spoon. teacher-unit plan, stands a very the only honorary member of the

i more. This Is bound to come. COOPERATIVE MANAGER Plum Butter good chance of passing. Other Florida West Coast Home Economics UNLOCKtheDoor

"Also, we must look about for TELLS ABOUT After the Juice la extracted from revenue bills that are most!! likelyto Association at a meeting
PUTTING
new ways of making money at GOOD EGGS ON MARKET the plums, the pulp remaining may be approved are the corporation held here. According to Miss Anna -

" farming. We must find new crops, be run through a silver fruit press, tax kerosene tax and perhaps the Mae Slkes, home demonstration -

and new methods of producing and or coarse strainer and made Into a occupational license tax In reduced agent the unanimous electionis

I marketing the old ones. This is Gainesville, Fla. The points delicious butter. Measure this pulp form." .. a true recognition of Mrs. Edi
that
must consider to I
poultry <
put
not the first adversity that has and add 2-3 the measure of sugar Representative Tomasello one of. son's devotion to her own home.
struck Florida and the chancesare quality eggs on the market are Add cinnamon cloves, and allspiceIf the dominant .
figures pf the house!! :
good that it wlU not be the last cartons healthy, and birds crates; clean; freshness nests hands and desired, although the natural, made this statement," "The .legislature V ( II Volume

On the day before the 'big freeze' careful and ; At piquant flavor of the plum Is more has progressed little in the
of '95, many growers thought they candling grading. desirable. amount of g.nerallegl.latioD dur-I GRAHAM
east that Ls I the way It was recently -
were rich. The next day some of outlined by C. Roscoe Ryan Plum Olives Jng this week and 1lt Is not improb- One Mae Smith and More
t them thought they were paupers. the Gather meaty plums like Abun- able that t-.e Buccedlng calendar
manager of Central and North
Yet did not sit around lament-
,$9 they Florida ance. Japanese Excelsior or any week will determine If an extraordinary -

f Ing. They bestirred themselves. address Poultry from state Cooperatives radio station in an other plum with thick pulp In the session!! will be required Rev. Dixon Jacksonville delivered -

Former citrus growers around WRUF. white green state, Just before they It has not been my experience be- an interesting message here PROFIT

q; Sanford for instance, started to He pointed out that the shells of are colored. Stem and wash, and fore to note the apparent hardship Sunday afternoon, at the Christian
growing celery and that Industry pack In Jars. Mix 1-2 gallon of that the of
eggs were quite porous, and that ImposlUon new forms church, with a good attendance.Rev. .
baa developed ever since. boiling water 1-2 quart of vinegar of taxation would
would Impose along Daugherty of Lake Butler
they absorb odors and flavors -
"In every period 'of stress, bard 1.2 pint of and 1.... with the
sugar pintof apparent disregard of contemplated was a visitor here Sunday after '
? work, and not howling, Is neces, quickly. Thus the poultryman salt, dissolving the solids In the relief that will be af- If you have a really
noon.
should be sure that the
sary. And those who think straight eggs are liquids. When this mixture la cold forded by new forms of taxation Miss Ada Nlmmo of good product stockor
Hayed In a clean nest, and that they Hampton,
work hard and manage carefully pour it over the plums. Seal the supplanting some of the ad va attended services here at the
are never handled by dirty hands Bap- service Tell TheWorld.
generally come through all right jars and they will be ready for use lorem taxes now assessed against tist church
In Sunday morning.
or placed dirty containers. Sure-
even though conditions are ad Use
K; In about 12 days. real estate. your
Iy. they should be packed In good Misses Pearl and Gertie Johnson
verse. clean cartons and case The house Isabella S. Thureby. "The necessity for the placement of Starke. were visiting their par- newspaper as an ad medium -

'f wife should also be careful about I of personal property upon the tax ents here over the week-end. Advertisers in this

GIVE PEPPERS EARLY putting them where they will absorb LAST WEEK IN THE 'rolls!! has been forcibly brought to Misses Delma Surrency and offered free use

I*; BORDEAUX SPRAY FOR flavors and odor LEGISLATURE the attention of the legislatureover Pauline Mills of Tampa, were visIting paper are

h LEAF-SPOT CONTROL Eggs should be gathered as soon the past week and It is my their parents, of this place of the Stanton Newspaper -

aa possible after they have been (Continued from page 1.) opinion that an ultimate well-ap- Sunday. "Jr Advertising Service

4c Gainesville, Fla.-Since leaf-spot ayed, and should be rushed to the ,numbered years. In addition to the pointed plan to cause all of the assessable Rev. Taylor of Hampton filled / -with Its wealth of

'f peppers makes Its appearance market as soon as It U economical.. 'bill placing a five-cent tax on a : property to be placed upon his regular appointment here Sunday -

tt O suddenly and unexpectedly Dr. .ly possible. package of cigarettes, the house the tax rolls will constitute the at the Baptist church. I smashing, illustrations

'4 O. F.,Weber associate plant path- Fresh clean eggs, however, do received a bill that would tax stock only sound tax structure that the Mr. Burton of Dukes, our former 'I" and potent copy.

'ologlst with the Florida Experiment -' mean a whole lot to the particular of corporations. state and Its subdivisions can be singing!! school teacher, held a --

,t; Station recommends spraying buyer. She insists that they Senate committees reported favorably reasonably expected, to properly sing at the Baptist church Saturday -
; early with a 4-4-50 bordeaux must be carefully candled and on bills placing a tax on maintain. The matter of new night. Many enjoyed the sing. Use the STANTON Service:

mixture. i graded. It'.) up to the poultrymanwho theatre admissions and allowing a source of revenue will of course Mr. John Kruse of Lake Butler,

+ The disease first appears on the' wants satisfied and regular one-mill tax levy by cities for advertising afford temporary relief and prob- was a visitor here Sunday afternoon FREE TO OUR ADVERTISERS

lower leaves In small brown spots customers to see that every egg purposes. County officials ably some forms as may be enactedat .

with dark margins and white cen- that goes to market I* one that he appeared at the capitol this session may remain as per- .

ters. These .pots grow rapidly until would be delighted to eat. speaking In opposition to bills that manent sources!! of revenue, but Chipley New school buildingwill Bradford County Telegraph

the leaf yellows, wilts, and falls. -. would limit the present fee system.!! many of the form suggested are be completed about June lat.
,The defoliated plants are weakenedand Leading bankers consulted with burdensome! taxes and are Indeed Paving of highway No. 20 between -
fruit rot often sets in. The I I fraillties a sound fiscal structureof Bayou George and Compass
the governor and His cabinet and
cause is a fungus, and its spores WRUF.FAfMrnOORAM'The the finance and taxation committees the state is sought; and, therefore Lake nearing completion.
r are easily scattered by wind and Voice ef can only be expected to serve
relative to the proposed!! state
rain. Thus early and effective PlericJa"I I tax commission and various bills aa temporary measured. It Is my
i f preventive measures are ImperatLive. hope that this legislature! will provide
aimed to produce new revenue. A
Gainesville Fla. The Florida an agency of government to
house committee continued Its
Dr. Weber advises growers to Farm Hour to be broadcast from cause an equallaztion of taxes
1 work of of
Investigation charges
\ spray even though the plants show tate radio station WRUF at noon of Impeachment entered found necessary to be levied, aa
c; ''no signs of the diseases, since a severe each day next week will present a againstCbmptroller well as that provisions can be enacted -
Infestation can come on so number of talks Interesting and Amos by Representative into law to cause the establishment -
Watson of HUlsborough
coun-
rapidly. For absolute control, helpful to Florida farmers and of a ,uniform system of
ty.
spraying should begin before the growers. The program as :Just announced accounts in county officers' offices
Governor
by the University of FlorIda Carlton's!! latest statement which will look toward the establishment -
seedbed for the of the Florida '
Agricultural Extension Service papers of a permanent and the Telegraph's.offer
Press Association follows "TheoaaibiUtles of
larly. This Is another case where follows: defined system!! governing the employment e
Fr the proverbial "stitch In time save Sat., May 23-Florida Farm > for a constructive program of ,necessary clerk hire
p nine." News and Hints. U. S. Farm Sci- have been considerably! embarrassed to carry on county governmental
( by a great deal of mis-
ence Snapshots.Mon. functions, which will supplant the
information which has reached the
., May 2Seaaonal Changes present fee system"
p TRAIN SCHEDULE In the Price people. Rumors of additional revenue
of Hogs on Florida .
,- to the amount of $40,000,000,
t Farms-D. E. Tunmona, The Im- 15
Effective March 29th our schedule portance of Breeding Sow to aa additional taxes, and other wild HOME ACHIEVEMENTSSHOWN . months

changes. and trains.. will run as Purebred Boars stories of r a like nature have no .
q -W. J. Sheely.

ollows No. 1. southbound local due Mites Tu.... May 26-Control of Rust and result confuse except the to efforts alarm: of the the people leg West Palm-Beach Fla.-County : :. : : :',; '. '
on Orange. J. :
Starke 11:23 R. Watson. -
m. '
w p.
islature to about Home Demonstration Achievement : ,, .. . .
bring necessary '
& No. 11, southbound local due Farm Question Box. ' ,
Starke, 11:10! a. m. Wed., May 27-Early Citrus History relief. Day waa recently held here, and . >: ;;''',.} *.': '; x ,-"%il .
'@ No. 07. limited due Starke, in the Mediterranean Basin "Without a doubt appropriations two corridors of the courthousewere "..', , .....

10:30: a.}m. E U Lord. Primer for Town Farm- will be cut to the minimum. Some filled with sewing, canning .*;'>:T.>:V:; ' .* ':'.
No. 191. southbound, limited, due, er., unnecessary expense will be eliminated and garden exhibits. There were """ l,,:':.f : Jor ;:
Starke. 11:00: p. m. : by legislative act. No new over 200 exblbltorffrom 14 com ; t:; ,. .
Thurs. "
No. X, northbound,' local due May 28-Country Life revenues are being sought, exceptfor munities. A dress review of 45 ;.>. '
r stub 8:43 a. m. and Leadership-.Major 'W. L. the of dresses made by Jhe girls and ,: -
No. IX northbound local due Floyd Farm Reporter at Wash purpose distributing .". t' ;
Starke more evenly the general tax burden women at a cost of from 40 centsto .
3:08
: p. m. ington., ,
. No. 108 northbound due Starke and providing necessary relief $'.00 was another of the interesting .
Frl.. 'May 20-Living at Home
8:52: p. m. for the schools achievements shown. .. ... : ,
During the Summer In FloridaW. "
Btata Warner T. Nettles. Adjusting Dairying "The legislature's lobbies are .' $1.50P ,
No. 101 leave* Stark 7:00: a. IlLNo. crowded with people representing / -" .
to Summere Condition HamllnL. .
102 arrive 2:40: p. m. Brown. special Interests, saying what not :' .! '
to' do and mUR OWN '
tt confusing the people PRPIRI\) ,
The weather forecast will be ',
given .
... ... 19aYe8als.J back home as to what the legislators M O !CANro WNr.1 Yp"a -
early during each of the pro.. NOYra eloN r?1& Mpe y .
J 9 U a., m 11:31: Market have In mind. We need more
Southbound- : g-arms. reports will be
a. .... 4:*>1 p. m.. ':31 p. m., 12:14: broadcast from the State MarketIng of a constructive effort: In behalf toill.close
.of all the people, with a better understanding r June 1st
11. BE.., Bureau In Jacksonville at 11 on
as to the Issues
KOI'tIab0wa4-8t1O a.'' m.. 1:23: p. a. m.* and 12:45: p. m., and 4:45: p. 1 Involved -

L m., 4OT p. Dm.. TM p. .....&:" a. m each week day, and the necessity for relief.'
? I President Whitaker: of the senate i
a. '
"Tickets sad' Information atSmith's declared his objections to efforts .

1 gerviee Station next: to LIME-SULPHUR STOPS made to prevent revenue- : )
H oourtbouse. CRAPE MYRTLE!: MILDEW producing legislation. In answer .r
to wires and messages asking: defeat

'" dosing ef BUsTs Gainesville. Fla.-Crape myrtle of the proposed $4.00 tax on Your fee/lou'ii

Sooth mildew can be stopped by spraying telephone., the bill for a tax on gas ,,, !?> Ixccw* your Ion.' //' you have not subscribed will

B.CVIf Train No. 107. first class mall. thoroughly with a 1-80 commercial and electricity and other similar Don be without proper uv. it
llme-eulfur. according to Brdman: measures, :Mr. Whitaker wrote a surance. -
...
10:10 a. *
Train No. 11, parcel post 10:50 West Mycologist with the Florida form letter stating that every time Insurance oW ins akquare

.a. m. Experiment Station. a revenue bill was Introduced there few fella atlo may need pay you to do without
North The mildew can be distinguished came a flood of protests and ob-. .nvfatoo coda", so delay

c Train No. 12, parcel post, 2:45: by a white powdery coating over ectlons, with no constructive: sugrMtlons -' Let us cB'craur_ _sdViee
'p. m. the young leaves and shoots. This as to what could be done. .
Train Na 108. first .class man coating will cause the leaves and The[ leader of the senate said, "I

'o &:30 p. m. flowers to be deformed and In severe -came here under direct Instructions HAROLD C. WALL
1!'' Final closing of night malls 6:00p : '
cases will prevent the from "
plant constituents
m. my Accomplishment -
;t :
).".* from blooming. The fungus which of these
,IW. Stark! a.d Bell Branch mean equitable INSURANCE
:'/.it; ,MaU dose 7OO a. m. cause. the coating is readily killed: assessment (not being done at

'itS\!, :Wag arrives 2:40 p. m. by the limeoulfur spray. present), property.--not being as- STARKE,'FLORIDA

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t1 MAY22._ ,..
BRADFORD '
-- COUNTY TgUeOUAPn. STARKE.!] FLORIDA {
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.- SEVEN
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"tit large upper room rrnlshed-;; ; had silver' I'.

make Answer read Prov.. To'bal. due Apr. 80Couty __.___.._.'." .388RH
ready. Traditions say that 16:16. B......g

4tDl no rent was Do You ]( ? To hat due Apr. 1 ___ .__ ."
charged in Jerusalem 110iV. -:-
May 23 % Py amt. eollactert _-. ___ .. 78.14
for - To bal duo Apr. 80
rooms in 787.40
which visiting Jews 1..A'f.4.f..). Co.. r .*>--!-- 01a could eat the passover. The Safe from All EvIl The Lord To bal. due Apr. 1 ,11.119,01
"large shall By amt collected _,.__ ,.1,887.11 i
fat tail Kfht upper room" is so preserve thee from all evil: To bal. due Apr. 10Ooaiitr _-___
fra lamp *U' *J I unto ay pith.-halm 119:105.: much considered he shall ---.- 16,711.10
nJ preserve thy souL-Psalm Pe. '
in the New Testament that we 121:7. To bat duo Apr. t ________. 111.00 'i
" : m UUf knu All religious teaching doctrine or adopt here a ny amt colleted ____ ...__ 17.00
t W r : creed 11 they are to have claim statement appearing What la the promise if we fearor To bat due Apr. SO ___ .______ 141.00 )
any In
.1 thee Peloubet's Notes on this lesson Ttal S.>-...>-l--...!&*
people revere the Lord
., I loyalty In barmony wilb Answer read To bal.
the love, the Christ whorof mto "This du. Apr. 1 ___ -.18.0".51 ;
D upper '"
In f leeus words fit fold and crevice room was on the roof -Proverbs 1923.: Hy amt collected __ ..I.'U.98(
e(e4c eart, and ol whom it wu acid fa, John 7:46"NEVER MANLIKE of the house reached by outside To bal. du. Apr. 10 -14.814.47 +
the human MAN.:' stairs and ...-...*.l ...... ?
1w .,rF TUIS many think that it was ,May 24 To hat due. Apr. 10 .1,91141

>1MI \, SEBMONETTBEnvious End (Crucifixion.) part of the home of Mary, the i3 ? ,? lly amt. collected ___uh______._ In.11t {,
MIa I WEEKLY mother of John Mark 'then The JoJy of the BelleverBeglad To bal due. Apr. 10 -----__.-.1141.1* }
MIe Golden Text: "This do in a In the Lord and A..I..lt1I",1
remembrance rejoice
the Wicked? young man who later wrote the ye To bal. due Apr. 1 ____?__. 'U...
y Be of of me." Luke 22:19.: Gospel bearing his righteous; and shout for Joy. all Fly amt. collected ______-_. 7'..' 1'
87:1.: Fret not thyself be- name. From ye that are upright In heart.- To bal. due Apr. 10 ____.___. 717.01)>>
calm neither be thou Central Thought of Leeson: "If this supper John Mark la supposed Wldcw'* P..*... Lao. ;
evildoers Psalm 32: 11. To bal. du. ..
ot to have I II Apr. 1 111I.1
the worker of lnitty. we lose the significance of Jeuus' followed Jesus and the What is said Py amt. ool:..cted -- 71 1. 1
against about those who
toUS apostles into the Garden of Gethsemane I kf To bal. due Apr. 10 ______?_. n7.81t l '
ro' death"we lose the hope of being '(Mark 14:51: 52)). Here- I trust in the Lord? Answer read- t .y HMtf .1'10'.. ....r.*t ..* ...*. g

11 i For they shall soon be cut saved. the apostles returned after the Psalm 125:1: 2. TG'bal. due Ap"l"---U.18.1I8*

: the grass and wither as Time and Place: Tuesday and to ascension By amt. collotd ________-4,14*,1C!
hea, ,,n like engage In the ten daysof 25'A To bal due
Thursday before the crucifixion on May ., Apr. 10 -----___41.191111 ";
hea1 herb. 4
t green prayer for the outpouring of the O. W. AL.DBRMAN. Clerk.
a1he, [O. For yet a little while, and Friday Bethany and Jerusalem. Holy Spirit (Acts 1:13): Thither Great Prayer Let not them t I>y Blanch A. Vandlvlcr, D. C.

hetl j wicked shall not bei yea. thout Introduction: "After Tuesday'swork Peter went after his deliverance that wait on thee, 0 Lord God of di ' 1 NOTICE) OH IIHTITITTIOKT' Or SUIT '

diligently consider his place of teaching in the temple, from prison and found the disci- hosts, be ashamed for my sake: let p BY ATTACHMENT

d it shall not be. and the evening discourse to the pies gathered there and praying not those that seek thee be confounded -

is IT. The arms of the wicked shall disciples on Mt. Olivet. Jesus wanton for his release (Acts 12:12): ). It was for thy sake, O God of County In County Florida Judc*'* Court, Bradford i

broken. down the eastern elope of Oli In that house, probably that Mark Israel.-Psala*. 69: 6. Arthur Hrym

the wicked In vet to Bethany to the home of Lazarus What Is said' about those who ii Plalntlft.
35 I have seen was converted by Peter (1 Pet ..

eit power and spreading him- Martha and Mary Nothing 5:13):: ). Probably also, there Barna wait on the Lord? Answer, read- A. Dv Orn
Is recorded of Jesus' movementson Defendant.Civil .
if like a green baytree. I' bas came into his first contact with I a. 40:31. Attica AU......*..

38 Yet he passed away and lo, Wednesday. On Thursday the apostle and was converted To A. ,.B. Green and all other per-
, afternoon he and the disciples left May 26 *nn. Intereatedt
4 was not: yea. I sought him but' (Acts 4:36 37; Col. 4:10.: ) Prob- Take notice that on the Und day
Bethany for the last time
could not be found. 'I and ably Paul when Praise God: of April A. D Arthur Brymer
wended their way into the city. accompanied by : Sing praises to God, : ;'. iiJt'J'and commended; J
shall be Blalntlff.
38. The transgressors the four Barnabas lodged in this home sing praises> : sing praises unto our of a certain Chevrolet

stroyed together:, the end of the Putting records togetherit when in Jerusalem (Acts 15:2)). It King sing praises. Psalm 47:6.: sedan, encln number 11)685. j
seems that Jesua' last public hi. cull against A. D.
Green
In the
eked shall be cut off. was generally supposed that Mark How can we escape from fear?' above entitled court A'

Prayer. Put within our hearts discourse in the temple was an address had In this home that intimate association Answer, read Isa. 26:4.: ?MrN' This therefore I I. to command yon i,;
denouncing the hypocrisy of A. D. Oren and all other
O God. and persons
loVe of righteousness. with Peter which seems Interested therein to before
i us faithful to thee In the the Pharisee. (Matt. 23:7.36): to be reflected so clearly in the May 27 aid court at the court apepar house at

closing with the lamentation over Stark* Florida, on Monday, June '
,
Amen. .
dst of wicked men. Jerusalem (Matt. 23:37-39): ). Then Gospel by; Mark. Abundantly Satisfied 0 Godl! -""' .. _._---_.! hat islt, and herein fall' not lest default -
the Sabbath Day to | be .
Remember The lesson "And entered
( proceeds they
he * commended the wid the children of men take refuge I i OBU. A. GARDINuR;:

eep it Holy-Exodus 20:8. Go to ow's small &1It. After this poor final act went and found as he had said under the shadow of thy wings./ 1 t("AT2iwnipTcTveT: *_ 3 tTo'kn\.rr-thi"1; ':IT w o ;eTd"tii'pT County Jude Bradford County. l

urch Sunday. unto them: and they made ready A .Th:- : Florida ,
he left the temple for the last They shall be abundantly satisfied photoarapfi shows' vod duok In Northern 'AIb.Haeisrv.ylea: D. ID. KNIQIIT. Ktark, Florida, t

time." the passover. And he said unto with the fatness of thy house.- the vroHd, from the doorway ef his tret-slump heme.l: Attorney for Plaintiff 6-1-Bt-S-I8 ;
them. With desire I have desired to
Psalm 36 T 8. --------- -"
SUNDAY SCHOOL Today's lesson begins "Then : ,
HOTICIO TO APPEAR. {r,
eat this with before I
USSSON came the day of unleavened bread, passover you In whom is everlasting strength?' day on account of revival meetings In survived by her husband and r
suffer For I unto I will
when the passover must be killed. say you Answer read-, Daniel 12:3.: at the Methodist church. three daughters and one son and Th Slate of Florida, to Salli
not more eat thereof until it Pad .
any tt. '
( Qreetlnfft
The Passover was the greatest of A cordial Invitation to all our a number of relatives and friends.. II
be fulfilled in the of God.1 May S3 appearing by affidavit arpnd4
MAY 1931 kingdom
FOR
24.
Hebrew feasts. Ii" originated in services extended to all. Rev. Henry Melvin of Macon to the JUIII of Complaint. In the 1

command of God. Read Jesus knew that he was to die and More Than Ga., pastor of Harmony Free Will : Chancery Caue pending- In the Cir
Egypt by Conquerors All suit Court In and
fur
that the of God would Bradford
Jesus for the kingdom
: Preparing
| Subject ; [ carefully Exodus 12114.:: This things work together for good to BAPTISTSunday Baptist Church preached here Saturday County Florida wherein J. J. Fad "
originate with his death and resur acts I I. Complainant
feast bad been observed annually. rection. them that love God. If God be for and Saturday night.1IROOKER 'sit I I. defendant, that and the Belli laid Pad dendant E

"And he sent Peter and who be school at J. I* a non-r lilent
John us, can against us? Who 10 a. m., A. of the
be took the and
"And
cup gave Slat of Florida
and
COFFINS &: CASKETS Go and prepare us the passover thanks, and said Take this and di- shall seperate us from the love of Thomas aupt. Only 96 present last'I dene I. unknown and that there her I I.restt no !,t

And a Fall ...... *f that we may eat. And they said I vide it among yourselves: For Christ?' shall tribulation or distress Sunday. Let us have 125 next Sun service pereon In of the a State of Florida th*

unto him Where wilt thou that we the or persecution or famine or would bind said flubpoena defendant upon whom }t
I will not drink of the fruit of day.Worship and that
Undertakers' Supplies prepare?' And he said unto them. vine, until the kingdom of God nakedness or peril or sword?' Nay at 11 a. m. and 8 p. m. Ml.. Pearl Calaey. v... aid defendant I* over the air* of 11 i
aald cause I
AUTOMOBILE HEARSE Behold when ye are entered Into shall come." At this feast Jesus in all these things we are more The ordnance of baptism will be vorce. It I.I ordered bvlns that said Dl de*.

the city there shall a man meet than conquerors through him that administered at the evening ser Mr. and Mrs H. B. Crosby and fendant be and .ho I I. hereby required
\1..... n.... Tea acted as both host and servant.. to to
a bat appear the said
of water loved Romana 8 28 31 35 37. Mr. and Mrs. P, A. Crosby were bill of
you bearing a pitcher ; us.- : ,
complaint at the CUrk'e
.....". at tae Iwt wate_ "And he took bread and gave vice.Our olTIo In
eetel follow him into the house where he Who will shine as the stare?' Answers mid-week service will be visiting Miss Eliza Dukes at Dukes Stark, Bradford County., Florida, lo
', atteatloa t. tleraphrder and brake it and unto ..
thanks gave answer ..d Kill the
on let
entereth in. And ye shall say unto them saying This is my body read-Keel. 8.12. discontinued during the revival ser Station last Sunday., I i June, A.ol{, till, otherwise the day ally of

the goodman of the house The vices that we may attend those Messrs. 0..1. Mott and J. E. aatlunn nld Bill I will b* taken aa
BEGISTRnHD
EMBALMEaDEWITT which Is given for : this do in ...
[ you co re d. It I.I further ordered
Master saith unto thee. Where is remembrance of me. Likewise also CORINTII BAPTIST CHURCH meetings in the Methodist church. demons motored to Starke last I this order b* published one a week that

C. JONES the guest chamber where I shall ,- Sunday afternoon. for four roimecullv week In the fk.

TABKE. FLORIDA eat the Passover with disciples the cup after supper saying. This Mr. H. P. Gainey was a business Bradford County Telerraph a n...-
my at
cup is the new testament in my Preaching,' Saturday night paper nf ireneral circulation publlehd ., ,
?' And he shall .shew you a 7:30.: visitor in Alachua Friday night.Mrs. . In Bradford County, Florfila. "
This
blood which is shed for you. Don and ordered at Wtark, Flor-
Hogan Smith and childrenof
"New Testament" was the word- Sunday school Sunday at 10:00: MILLER Ida this 10th day of April, A. IX
Sampson City were visiting her 1131.

Wake Up Your Liver Bile sealed teaching by of his Jesus shed blood his ;covenant the final, a.Preaching.Sunday m. by the pastorat Ellen Blackweldcr, Cor. sister Mrs. L. L. Morgan here O. W Clerk ALDERMAN Circuit Court. +'

Tuesday. ((8..n Bradford
sacrifice and atonement for sin. 11:00: a. m. County Florida
ATTEJSTt Above I I. a true of
Miss Mildred who baa copy
( This last supper should be kept in The B., Y. P. U. meets at China Mr. and Mrs. I. B. Thompson Morgan the orla-lnal on fit*
been visiting in Sampson returnedto O. W. ALDERMAN
-Without Calomel memory of Christ's sacrifice for Grove next Sunday for the purpose and brother Mancey and son Earl her home here last Tuesday.Mr. Clerk Circuit Court..

us; his death and resurrection. We of putting on a demonstration les of Lawtey spent the week-end in and Mrs. Steve Brannen and 5.1.6t-6.88.

eat the bread and drink the wine son Worthington Springs with their
children and Mrs. Joule Stuartwere NOTICE' !
kd TooU lamp Out of Bed n ttb MU to atMat;.....I_ teellw.1 "In remembrance" of Jesus' sacrifice Everybody invited to attend brother and sister Mr. and Mrs. visiting friends and relatives I f,

at.****.I*,Jars mn tm ft*....... How are you benefitted by these services. Seebe Harris. here I In Circuit Court; :, Bradford County t

i kAo Morning Rarin'to CoIf Or W-> q rev M M... Tea Lw a keeping this sacrament?' SPRESBYTERIAN I Mr. and Mrs. Resale Waters Sunday. 'U Florida r. / .. In Chano.ry&J

t46tabd IaMaa48e.r taW II........ -' spent Sunday with their friend _.'. .
CLIII .
TOO real sour ud soak and the Ma ttnafe. laM III ......... Ter b.4fltbr i Mrs. S. A. Blackwelder. -BEroMTReport Sabina DlT-. '

*nrU( looki water swallow a.Ut .4 Fey W...........T...W. DAILY BIBLE READINGS Services Sunday May 24, as fol Mr. and Mrs. J. 8. Dicks spent of the Clerk of Clro.lt Blackburn Defendant.,

tally oQ. laxatfr* .....II....... lows: Sunday with their mother Mrs. Court In and for Bradford County, It appearing by affidavit. appended
f-!Jf or chewing com wtdeapeot | Florida, on aooount of Tax* ....... to the lull filed In the above stated
ILelblStMwaSMYQA3Tia7IJ'lliaLItm1'OJNSMr.awS 10 a. m. Sunday school J. M. .
.
, Sallie Blackwelder. d for the year 111* cause that Sabina Blackburn,
, urn tonatefoa Mdjfaolr ..... .rr..... May S3 Truby supt Mrs. O. L. Waters spent Sunday C. A. Knlcht lax collector defendant therein named I I. a nonresident the- +,

lad buoyant ad fall.MMUM. ...... .... ....... .. I Stark, Kla, May 1, 1131. of th* elate of a and
atbl/'yrI 11 Worship ser
How to Win-Trust In the Lord a. m. Morning I with her parents Mr. and Mrs. V..y .*.... she I* a resident of the caW of Sioux I

Jar they nt & It. Tfegr .,q IS.P wdda1.. Iafnitq .... and do good; so shall thou dwell in mon by the pastor. ,Jack Waters.Mr. To bal due Apr 1 .._??.?10,311,1Dy / City Bl at. of Iowa. and >et* her
collected __.... (40 IT
.mount
.*the mall In
.,.. sad care of St. Vincent
...
atom USttlla.abs.. t-pvAeaMtrr the land and verily thou shalt be 7 p. m. Christian Endeavor. Topic C. W. Carlisle was a business To bal. duo Apr. 10. ---____.>,4.1.10, Ind Floor, and I* over the hospital
Jlmt. dsse'%&It a ha -. Ta .-............... Flee .* ...1'.1'. Twenty-on age ox
Commit unto th visitor In Lake Butler year
ra hoar......'... 4xt arlod fed. thy way Knowe Saturday To bal duo Apr. 1 -..?,.??,...1.481.. It I I. therefore. ordered that said f
CBa JMtktflaBlrtteaptiA>setetiAri
Lord trust also in him; and he morning.We lly amt. collected _... ..._ 313.4*
,.... ...... .... ...... Ides ira0b 1h N tk3.lea 41.6s1Y ; To bal. due Apr. I .___.-...__-1,160.1* non-rldnt defendant b* and I* V
shall bring it to pale.-Psalm 37: 8 p. m. Evening worship song were very sorry to hear of Km ... hereby r.qulr.d to appear to the

I--.a...i/pJpsatboael6 Rare IJrs..... lite tr1 aE.1.11.4sia a 3, 5. and sermon., I Bessie Weeks' death which took Cntr......-...Bride nn bill or of before Complaint the 11 filed day In of laid Jun.cause, A. i

tltrrtab To bal. due ...._....10.188.81Ry
What better than gold No meting next Wednea- place at her home Dukes. She Apr 1 II. 111 otherwise th* allegation I of
things are prayer I near amfollect..d __ .._ . -_ '40.Ii aid bill for divorce will be tekan* a. Ir'
-----
--- confessed by ald defendant.: It I*
:" THING ON MAIN STREET" further ordered that this order b* ,
[THEJV1AIN By L. F. Van Zelm publlehtd once a week for four eoncutlv .
.. wk, In the Bradford
County Telerreph a nwepapr, pub
E HA CORA COSMETIC'S eeAur llehed I* said county and *tat*.
fuily) flUi BAHw 9ruDIQ' su N This April 85th A. D. 1111.O. J"
NUH FACE$4SiltACED-ThUpgxg OVERMAUUD W. ALDERMAN p
_
Cl6Aet. MUtTACHE" CHOI-CD (1I..n Clerk Circuit, Court
_
MAIN TIUItT's routD IJiE 1 TRADE Stan SS T! as c m. W. JOi1NS!
Ain T TfcAT
'T1ILM'.FUL.: MtW6H4PER RICH / $NUX 7Hg dtAR4 1btxSxwr4nY' tun) wit / Solicitor for Complainant.l.l.It..'.. S

/ MAIN Sr MISSED GOOD ELECTRIC CHAII?. whw h

MOTI47B '
APRIL COOL HIM /
; -

__ d1A1IL / 014 FeletifEHsONIEci' In Circuit Court, Bradford County.
I '
.
'ltd / T4'AKi4reccEO Florida In Chancery. '
"
50tll M / OKirk Lewis,
ONE PI HIID A Complainant.

KICK I'1E.'IQtoI ( r '
Ofi
Ll7'lllck. Lewis, '
He. TUB CbPTODNY-. ? e+ s 1 i Defendant
!4IT WOOC" A.'WQES 'wa II appearing by affidavit appendd -
ED a1at4 ,
BUM to the Bill filed In the above ;,
-.o Toica: : To no"flCKING ,.. EgDjtI can. that Leslie Hick Lewis the
TAI KiCK defendant
therein named I* a non-
MS, "ED AND.. resident of the State of Florida, and
'ToOl' A MfAH she I Ie a resident of the town of Bay h
K-FtOP Mlnette, State of Alabama, and gets
Ofot T.+E. 111)1; :WAL':".. her mall In care of Mwm. J. M. Hick.
ca+>t Y and I I. over the *.* of t..nton.p..r. !r
of age It I* therefore ordered ;
APRIL that said non-reldnt defendant b*
and she I* hereby required to appearto
FOO-Ul th* bill of complaint filed In said A,
..,.., oauee oo or before the let day. of
June A.. D. 111. otherwlee the ally
Lfz.DO S-atlonai of said bill for divorce and h;
.
-
other relief will" b. taken a* eonfeeeed -
.y said defendant. It la fur
__ ther ordered that thl* order b* pub
-
- -
-- - licked once a week for four coneecutlv -
weeks In the Bradford ''
McManus County
OmYDARNITi I '1OE 'B/Charles I Telegraph a newspaper published In

aid county and atat
e- _ This April 17th, till.

"ttu A Pt.AYiN'HooNv' WHAT OC THE MATTER WHAT IM TARNATION 19 / ; TWO CUZINTA FOUR C..k O. .W.'
FROM SCHOOLNAWW CAI JT THCV WARN YCPJOTHINJ "SXJZIUTA: I U** THREE CULIHTA 51It B.Delloltor M. .JOIIN for*,. Complainant j

A DAMCE? I fCUR GuzINTA EF4MTH/ t.l-Bt-l-1


qLL THEY ,eS NOTICE' Or OVAMDIAM SAAB
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WASTII'J' Notice I* hereby *lven that thirty
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TIME COIN TO the tat day of the tin
derel.n..d Ouardlan for Luelll For
THAT SCHOOL Q yth and Hua-ene Foreyth.' minor r
/ heir of W. W. Foreyth. deeeaevd.
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Uardlner, County Judge of BradfordCounty
'. Florida, for an order to cell y
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y1- interest each of said minor"
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quarter ..f the Northwest quarter o(
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4a square In the Southwest Corner of Ik(
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llrd. 10. containing In. adaineleen
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BRADFORD 001J'NTY' TE1.EOfAPH. STAREE FLORIDA VIUDAT,
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tied for third place.with 10 votes' accomplishments as a musician she

Bradford County TelegraphEstablished GOV. CARLTON DEMANDS TAX each. was,much sought after by church

By a strange coincidence the organiaztiona and for many years You Can
1877 number of editors voting for Har- waa organist for the Snyder Me- Get

RELIEF FROM LEGISLATURE dee was the same number of legis- morial Church, St. Johns Episcopal
Published Weekly on Fridays and Entered as Second Class lators seelcting the former chief Church First Baptist ,Church, Full Fashioned |
Florida executive as their first choice: for First Methodist Church and River-
Post Office at Starke, "
at the -
Matter
governor in 1932. Eighty editors side Presbyterian Church. Mrs.

E. S. Matthews ________________ Owner and Publisher Makes Members Ills of ReconunendaUona Both House In to from Estimated a kerosene reveaue tax.>of $1,000,000 cast ballots while but 57 legislatorsvoted' Baker was a member of the Ladles Hoseat

'i J. Robinson* ________________ Managing Editor Joint Sesolon Tuesday to $1.500,000 from 'graduated license in the straw vote.
tax. ". -- "" I Combining the two straw votes
and totalling votes for the aeveral
\
, SUBSCRIPTION RATE Governor Doyle E. Carlton Tuea- Unestimated. revenue from a
candidates the result of the total '
L ,, Yearly, $1.80; Six Months, 75c-Payable In Advance day laid down to a Joint session.of and'tower from tax the an added other gasoline new 'sources tax, !'of.137 votes cast In the poll gives: Sternberg'sAs

the Florida legislature hla recommendations recommended. first choice votes as follows:
Advertising Rates en Application
: to relieve Florida' financial Hardee, 08: Taylor.. 18: :Martin, Cheap
12 other Candidate. 12 Caldwell as 79e
and tax situation. He ; some ; -
Extra session talk won't stay down. threatened special legislative sessions GREEN HOPES TO GETEXPERIMENT 10; Hathaway 8; Durrance, Onyx Hosiery from
through the summer for non- STATION 7; King. G; :Mathews,, S; Lewis.: 2: $1.00 up
o Eberbardt awl Roblneau 1, and ,
accomplishment.
of farms and less renters. Some county in the district' of Arson, 0. ,.
Florida needs more owners He recommended: 'Ii
Adoption of Increased motor vehicle Congressman R.:A. Green may get The votes cast by editors cov- (: and singing. '
#
0s' - the naval stores station ered from Pereacola to
k license fee laws.A experimental a territory Winners in the posture ,
too high try burning kerosene. two cent tax provided in a bill introducedby Fernandlna and from Jacksonville clothing contests .
In case gas tax goes per on gross receipts will go to
QI.
Mr. Green and at the "
of 'power companies. passed to Key West. Practically all of cago for the national
o An Increased per gallon gasolinetax. last session of congress, the congressman the dailies participated in the poll. along with the state's coots,

1 One shortliner says a thing of beauty,has a boy forever. said Wednesday while in Ballots were sent to all editors of girl. healths:
,
Ocala to meet General Frank T. the state including weeklies and
: A five cent tax on kerosene. ,
rp Creation of a state tax commission. Hines in an effort to get the national semi-weeklies. The ballots were Friday MuslcaI.'and the Organist

This is a dry country but the public is still being soaked.: soldiers' home'located there. male up so that the opinion, rather ,Guild having been regent_of the :Murphy had been careless., k
I A tax on corporation Mr. Green toured Hamilton Ba- than the personal choice, of the latter, organization for two years. handling the blasting powder la 11II
0t A graduated occupational license ker and Colombia counties last editor was obtained on the way he On October 18, 1923, sh was quarry and Kelly had been depute

The best road out of farm depression Is co-operation and' week with two government inspectors thinks the various candidates. will married to Dr. Robert Minor Ba- to break' the news gently to It
ker
tax.He
suggested ''tax looking over available sites for close the race. prominent practicing physic widow., '
organization. ? ments. a on amuse- the experimental station but'other e ian of this city and a happy and ,' "Mrs.. Murphy.." said he, ",.,
MBS. BAKER IS LAID TO REST devoted union ensued. Florida It todaythe follow
calls for
0 The chief executive flayed the counties in his district, including tilt
Marlon ; under Times-Union. :May' 18th. I weekly payment for Murphy a
intrusion of county 'also were
kissable will require more than the! use of a certain private interests Into .
.
To stay legislative balls to lobby against consideration. The inspectors con- Mrs.' Ruby Gornto Baker who !Insurance T" ,
brand of cigarettes. the enactment of proper revenue tinued south after leaving Mr. died last Thursday following a serious HEALTHIEST GIRL "It Is,",answered Mrs. Muiph
" measures. Green and were'in Marlon county operaUon was laid to rest in TO BE SELECTED "Wei.,now. a word in your etc.
o "The responsibility is be Saturday. the family plot In West Evergreen said Kelly. "Sure ye can snap yot
,
benefitted the farming Industry yours late afternoon Annual Short'CODl'lle For 4-H Club fingers at the fellow "
4 Hard surfaced roads have said In conclusion of a 33 minute Mr. Green said that location of Cemetery yesterday today.
more than; any other. address, the second he has givento ,the station lay between his own amid a profusion of flowers 'and ,Girls to' Be Held In
.
T..n.'eeFlorida's
the legislature since it convened district and.,..two districts in south surrounded by a host of sorrowing r.
o April 7. I Georgia, but he believed that Mar- relatives and friends.
One editor says he has to be hard-boiled because he's in "Yota"have less than two weeksin ion county would have an advant- Funeral services were held at 3 healthiest girl will be
o'clock yesterday afternoon at the selected in Tallahassee at the 19th
which to accomplish this or age by having the Ocala NationalForest We.Are AgainHEADQUARTERS
of the time.
hot water most annual
funeral parlor of Hardage &: Williams short course for 4-H club
some other You do within Its boundaries'when
program. can
G __. selectionof with Dr. Robert H. McCaa- girls at the Florida State'' College
o It &
or spend the entire summer at ultimate site.for'the
lln pastor of Riverside for Women June 0-12.
Presbyterian
It. I think the task is worth asummer's station la made., % .; .,, .
find that making moneyis ,
?
Moot of those marrying young ? 'churcb,*,and the'Rev. Newton The winner of the state title will
,work., It need ,be. Tb"tnltlaI.pproPJ'i4tJ for! the
harder ,than! makinglove.. ."But the job will never be done station 'is only Uo.6oQ,4but, it'is Middleton, rector: of St, Johns Episcopal -- compete for the national honor at
church, the 4-H In
officiating. congress Chicago laterin
while you permit private Intereststo destined tagrow"untilembraces
0- Pallbearers were W P. Davis d. the:year. ,for Fruit Jars Cant
sway your Judgment": all the work of a forest laboratory ,
Empty jails constitute a record but not always a good Governor Carlton pointed out to Mr. Green said. At;the start the C. Pierce, Thomas owden, H. O. Approximately 450 girls between
Wellborn C. H. Purdy, C. L. Tom- the of 12 and 20 all
ages winnersin
law enforcement. the state's 38 senators work the station'will
| Record: for and 83 representatives of be con- and Canning machine
linson Stephen H. Flfleld and county contests, will gather on
assembeld In the jam- fined to experiments with naval
t o in' med chamber of the house of representatives stores with a view of discoveringmeans Frank Valentine. the college campus for the week's
Starke's new bakery comes out with the first 5-cent loaf that the interests of 'eliminating waste and I Ruby Baker was born in Perry, training in various phases of home
Fla., the only child of Colonel and demonstration work, Miss Flavla JELLY ,GLASSES
-. of bread sold here for moons. who seek to sway legislative Judgment obtaining a maximum distillation Mrs. Daniel
,,- many for M. Gornto her fathera Gleason state home demonstration
;' selfish interests against of finished product. The equipmentwill weD known
fil -0 some method of taaxtlon will nev- consist of stills and laboratory barrister moving to agent saidAmong extra large size 40e do.
Starke in her
'teens
early where
Believe it or not Dr. Fish was injured and his car turned er remember the acts. apparatus for this purpose.' she attended the special subjects to
the
schools and be
public
:turtle in'an'automobile accident near Ocala: "When'your work IsO done, you The station will work with tur- then entered the Woman's College taught appreciation will be, garden nutrition arts, ,food music -
will mean nothing to them" he
pentine operators in the
vicinity,
F o declared. '"But the state means experimenting with i' their rosin at Tallahassee completing her edu- conservation home improvements, Starke Hardware
introduced in the house there is everything to cation at Wesleyan College at Ma- clothing/ personal ,hygiene swimming -
With ,one thousand bills you. Organizationand crops where possible, and In the con, Ga., with
graduating the de-
,
now hope of something being accomplished. patriotism will accomplish absence of these will require government gree of Bachelor of Muster, raising.news reporting and poultry

o your The purposes chief executive here." 'trees, Mr Green said Due At the conclusion of her college Contests will be held on postureof & Furniture Co.
recommended to
the proximity of\the national ,
b.. More can be accomplished by making life happier for the various tax sources to. relieve! forest and,the, abundance,,of pine career Join her she parents came who to Jacksonville had taken to ,body. general health sandwichmaking
,
_
up ,
'" Youngsters: than,by criticising their every action. the state's Immediate financial dis trees contained Injt.JAarton coun- their permanent residence here. ned canning. Judging of can-
tress., As for the tax commission, ty w&l have a certain advantage products poultry ;Judging, dishwashing
to
Owing her
1',' o :he urged it as a'means of of unusual talents and table setting, dress revue
;( bringing over some the othe$.ountlea to
_ t Straw votes and eighteen-day diets are'alike in one respect all property in the state to tax!! ward obtaining the,;-experimental

t b -the result usually is not what was hoped for. books and of equalization in tax i station and, he thought for this

0- assessment reason might be given,some prefer
His -
summary of distribution ence.
y; A tax of ten cents a head on listeners-in on party lines 'methods, as he stressed the impor --I- '

'4'; would( bring in more revenue than the proposed telephone tax. tance<<: of providing funds for schools STATm'EDITORS FAVOR

0 and general revenue, was: HARDEE FOR GOVERNOR Sealed
For schools: Hermetically
,)' Columbia county's senator has championed the cause of Estimated revenue of 13.000,000 Taylor Second-Martin' and "Some

: :the automobile owner, proposing' limit of five* cents tax to $3,000,000 from increased motor Other Candida*" Third
vehicle license fees, along with
f gasoline. -
on money now received from taxes on Polling 29 first choice{ votes Cary
_ } 0"l gasoline.For A.: Hardee, former governor stood Against Dust'and Dirt--Rust and Corrosion
It is hard to believe there are nine thousand Pullman cars general revenue i at the top of a list of 12 candidatesand

'M); In this country each with a different name of the character Part taxes of the to the revenue general from revenue gasoline a mythical some other thirteenth candidate representing not- THE GREAT NEW

usually used. fund,'With diversion to that fund listed when the Tallahassee Demo-

'Jf 0 of some of the money now going crat's straw vote of Florida! editor

;d Times-Union says Hoover; is after trout this year and to the state road department., was compiled. late Saturday,night,
Revenue from the new state in- John S, Taylor stood second in the MAJESTICElectric
will go after suckers. next year. Suckers will be scarce in ,
; heritance tax, which he estimated list dw '
With 18, ChP: ce.Mes; ,and
'' Florida in 1032.m at a minimum of ; ,
,ti' 92,000,000 a year Jonn'W; Martin, former governor;
_ j 0 Estimated Sl.250.000 revenue and "some other candidate" wer.

1.(1(\ Reno is doing a flourishing business because the customers .... ------ ----.------:... - ',_._.-..--

,-oj''; picked a mate with less care than they would\ use in selecting -
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F _;J:rr a new car.. Refrigerator

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f; The average man is not so interested in weather predictions -

_ :, '' will bite nty-five'tomorrow.years hence as he is'in knowing how the fish :: AND GUARANTEED FOR THREE YEARSThe


'
>\ ;! 0 ., heart of the Majestic Refrigerator, the motor and !
>* pump, is hermetically -
,An artist's definition of love asua season pass on the seasled at the
\ factory-sealed
against dust and and
ft.: / I shuttle between heaven and hell" brought him a hundred dollars corrosion,'against amateur tampering against expensive"repair dirt against bills.rust Seal-

,cash reward. a ed within is the
continuous
I' bath of oil,which need never be c1w ged. The
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tv. run on a film of very and
iSffiitSftSr1"8teel oils wear slowly
'i
If legislative sessions are held only once each ten years

!t, ; .a provided by Senator Johns' bill, the city"of Tallahassee

4 ;:will return to'the red clay dust from whence it came. 11jj.G., Having used *highest}! quality! materials shaped and assembled to rigid standards '

: A Helping Hand '. ::7JIo of inspection, Majestic unhesitatingly back* this refrigerator with a 3-

t 'Under the head of luxuries:, a bill proposing a tax on such, year guarantee. -
"
J lists .such items as tobaccos ammunition, playing cards'and ,"

_ 'tW' ,malt. By no means should caps and corks be omitted from I for the FARMER. '
. .
!N Important Features
f "the,I luxury list. ,.? I Il -

,,1'4': M" '" 0 -lathe I In these" days when a helping hand becomes a ne- So that this! refrigerator would be exactly suited to'everyday
4 It baa been stated that! Bradford's, representative, I ; practical use,
II 'tea ,moat constructive member in the house at the present sessiongrand i ,cessity we invite the farmers of this community, over 10,000 women were personally interviewed as to what points-

'; that he is deserving of gold medal. Bradford' has two to come to this Bank and talk- 'over their problems" ticitlarly wanted and it was found that 30 features covered aU their wishes.

,I \;-:"'" ''able men..tn.th. ,.senate. and,house 'and,their efforts are' with us. Circulation AJl30 have,,been Concealed built Into Cube Majestic Refrigerators . Flat Top,'Positive! Air
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.\\j :'appreciated by their constituents., : We shall be pleased to have you meet our officers Your Majestic Dealer'will be,Trays, Cut-a'WaT Bottom Shelf and 26 others.

-'p_, who will give their experienced advice on,all the terms glad to eXplain them and outline liberal
which
Part of the gas tax monies la wanted for making streams problems that arise. No doubt from such a' consultation on you may purchase. ' .
'
,;messare, :! we will be able.to give you the assistance Prices 169.50: and up,. f. o. b. factory:
>
you require. ; Made In 8 sixes. With
jt{: 'users; of gasoline propelled ,crafts. This proposal has merit have pyroxalin-lacquer 1,1-4. 8 *-* and 10 square .feet of shelf "W AU

: and will be enacted into law at some future legislative session.. COl\UIERCIALACCOU T8: .Positive: Air Circulation: 'exterior feature finish, Porcelain-on-Steel interior'
and
0 OP ANY SIZE ARE INVITED Hermetically Sealed Unit,
p .
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Ocala Star says "tax,exemption is loaded with dynamite" *_ !f.1 .e.1The Tested and approved by Good Ho ekeptag,Institute


s taxation.4 BANK of STAlJEEAN ANDREWS .

legislative : HONOR ROLL BANK STORESTARKE :'
,
c{ ed-from such procedure. Tax monies must be had and !if one '

'\ ,. source fails another must be found--and the taxpayer. still. E._S. Jlatthews"PreL.1.. Davis Cashier FLORIDA'I

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