Group Title: Bradford County Telegraph.
Title: Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Uniform Title: Bradford County Telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke, Fla.
Starke Fla
Publication Date: May 29, 1931
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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Volume ID: VID04813
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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I State Treasury Is'Enriched by '1.-

ri-Mutaels Is The R Green will Closed SaturdayPlant 206.089. Statistics Reveal SPONSOR JUNIOR LEAGUETHURSDAY
I address the annual meeting of the ,

Florida Division of the United NatIonal Automobile motor boats and
(By Florida Press I _
Association of Postoffiee I airplanes burned a total of 20- -
'ven Governor Correspondent) I Clerks to be held In Ocala Saturday -I Will Open at Earlier Date for 101,443 gallons of gasoline which CLOSING SEASON Local Poet to Back Baseball Play-,
Next Season Is Present \
At the time this summary May SO. Friday night. May I Was Bold In Florida and on which STARTS ers Bradford-Union Countliw

week of the legislature Was r 29, a program of entertainment ...PIua'.... : r it state tax of six cents per gallon -
ne Law on Ills Signature there remained only eleven will be staged for the convention The cold ,- .. was collected during the month of We the undersigned business The ''local organization of the ;i
End of Five Days [ of the guests, with the business sessions pack operated Its first April American Legion held a very Instructive
I at the ng days regular session season In Starke for Just three and professional men of the city of
this observer Is forced to getting under way Saturday mornIng Inc The state treasury received a Starke hereby agree to close our and profitable meeting w'
weeks. Kruae. : local
closing the -
Let of'the 1931 Florida leg- opinion of three weeks ago May 30 at 9 o'clock In the pa- plant last Saturday'; after total of tl.208.089.IV2 from the gas places of business each Thursdayat last Wednesday evening, same being

legalizing racing and pariI an extraordinary session will vilion at.Silver Springs. packing approximately'! 150,000 oline tax. noon, beginning with Thursday the regular bl-monthly meet-i r

wagering at tracks Tues- qui red. if the- relief the James D. Carlton of Plant City pounds of strawberries The early A total of 2.035,758 gallons of May 28th. and ending on Thursday, Among
I :Is president of the state association ;. the business
kerosene was sold in Florida during volume of
placed before ,Governor asked for is to be granted, to closing of the plant was'brought September 10th:
while C. E. Harvey of Braden- AprU. The five cents a gallontax taken up and dispensed with was
Carlton for his signature appreciable extent about market conditions It Starke Hardware Co., :J. M. Alvarez. -
by ;; was
E. "
,ton is secretary-treasurer. on kerosene In senate the subject of Junior baseball.
After spending Monday of stated manufacturers buying the proposed Mrs. EX E. Canova, City Bar-
0. I President B. C. Webb of the bill would have returned a total of ber and W. R. After discussion and assembling
becomelaw Beauty Shoppe, Dy
will week
measure on relatively I product curtailing their orders
chamber of commerce and Mayor $101,787.90.Dade . of' information it was decided to'
[ by the governor bills legislators heard due to an inferior grade< of fruit Wynn DeWitt C. Jones By D. M.
its signing J. .J. Gerig for the city of Ocala HUlaborough and Duval Issue a call to all the boys in Brad- n
vote of both mind" Into earlier Harward, Bank of Starke J. &: R.
his them
two-thirds Carlton "speak on going In the sea
should I will deliver addresses of welcome. counties led all others In the state Store The Quality Store Evans' ford and Union counties up to and
the legislature In a special son from other cold-pack plants 10
of day. message "
in April consumption: OZ' gasoline. Including' 16 years of age who wantto
veto the bill, Food Store, M-C Store, J.. A. Saul
et execuUve joint meeting of the senate the lower part of the state. Op- I
with than two million play baseball .this summer to
each more b
|the end of five days If Govcarton louse.: ,The statements Abolition erators of the local plant were unwilling Mgr., Nat Steinberg. Fred F. ,
County gallons. Polk Palm Beach and : Stump Three Friends Barber Shop register with their community dl-t
| neither signs- nor the chief executive ,were to go any further with Ptnellas each, used ,more than a J. M. Shaw, J. F. Klckllter C. rector at once. It..Is hoped that,
I the act. ed :by as the packing fruit here, owing to. the '
many among million gallons j about a dozen teams will enter the
Hollingsworth, H. C. Hart
her terms of the bill horse rect and conclusive uttered by Boards Proposed sentlmentthus aroused among buy- Bradford county used a total of Furniture Co., Denmark FurnitureCo. league, the winner of .the local, i'

og racing and use oC' part- governor since he took his ers against the Florida product.. 83,927 gallons during April as ., Bradford County Farmers Sup .league to play the league of anoth.

(l ijrstems of wagering would office.: The lull of legislative I The company could' have secured compared with'62, 32 gallons dur- ply Co., Clover Farm Store, W. :M. er post and the winner to play in b,

Innitted In Florida counties tivity during the afternoon without difficulty' the half- ing March Bradford showing an Edwards, S. R. .Johns & Co., Carl's the elimination contests oh the,
I approve the act at county ing the message was taken Sen. Johns Measure Would Provide million pounds of berries wanted Increased consumption while the Cash Corner, C. H. Clark F. O. world series of Junior baseball.

na All racing operations forerunner of concentrated For Administration GroupOf when they opened their plant here, state as a whole showed a loss of Hemingway, A H. Green. Last year over 800,000 boys played
be under supervision of a perhaps dynamic action by Three the growers having some of their more than two million gallons. The on Legion sponsored teams and
commission appointed by the the -, finest berries in the fields during for at this la that the I
houses the remainder of state total April was given year it hoped num
or. but such was not the case. Abolition of boards of county the time the plant :waf.. .epera- 20,101,442 gallons and for March IN MEMORIAM ber will be greatly increased.
date would receive three commissioners throughout the tlon.. 'While condltlonSjJMtted the This Is
one of two exceptions the 22,277.628 gallons. program sponsored by ,
[nt of the gross receipts of was. on the surface at say state with the boards to be replaced closing of the plant earjler In the Alachua used 425,337 gallons i Silently the angels have borne him the Legion as a part of Its Amerl-,

utuel machines and a 15 per one of the least productive of by county boards of admin- season than planned'Mr. Kruse during April and 431.335 gallons In away, camas program' and the boys are
on admissions. A $10 a istration consisting of three mem- stated it was his Intention to reopen coached lines of fairness
n session and as legislators March; Baker 47,313 In April and To a city where jasper walls gleam along ,
-icupatlonal tax would be oolI their desks this Monday bers, is contemplated by a joint his plant here next season at 51,136 In March; Clay 60.902: In Where his loved ones await at the courage, and manly Initiative,

from aU persons employed In was evident that herculean resolution proposing an amend- an earlier date and .t-, operate it April and 63,435 In March; Union golden gate, which helps to fashion him for a

Ian of racing activities In deavors would be ment to the constitution IntroducedIn as long as good fruit could be se 39,506 In April and 38,299 In March. On the brink of the mystical gbod and patriotic American citi ;
*. 'The funds from the tax necessary the senate by Senator E. M. cured. He was well pleased.,,with stream. :

ering; receipts and on ad. days and nights if the time Johns, Starke. the fruit secured after Inspection Oh. God, of the heavens, we pray zen.The local post It already sponsoring -.
would be distributed lournment Is to show an even Senator .Johns explained that the was started, and Is of the opinion NUT GROWERS PLAN Thee to keep, a senior baseball team and

y! among the counties of the ly satisfactory solution of the board of administration would take that It would be impossible to find CLOSER CO-OPERATION By thy grace and thy infinite love, Is proud of Its success and now assumes f'
eral finance and taxation
the place of the boards of county a better grade of fruit for his pur- The Spirit of him called son; brother this new responsibility to
i racing bill first passed the of this state. commissioners and the school The last of a series of meetings and friend. even further the Interest of clean 1

i and soon after gained It cannot oe aenied that boards of the various counties.If pose.Regarding the local plant A. T. conducted In the northern and In the sanctum-sanctorum above. and manly sports among the boys

| approval with a number of legislature been able to close the resolution is approved by Roberts, special writer of the Jacksonville I western parts of the state by the of the community.To I

,amendments. The senate up for the sixty-day period the legislature and the people votein .Journal had the followingto Florida branch of the National Cooperative Our town and community atlarge get the organization off to al,

I In the amendments with- tirely free from messages or, favor of abolishing the boardsof say In a recent Issue: Pecan Association was was greatly grieved Satur- flying start Commander A. J.

lay. It was the first raCinger gations from "home": much county commissioners, the legislature This plant which is the second held Tuesday morning in Jackson- day when the sad news reached us Thomas appointed E. K. Perryman I

approved by a Florida legt needed and practical has authority to abolish the established In Florida, takes that ville.S. of the death of David James Moore director of .Junior baseball activities -

would have been enacted into school boards which now operate portion of the crop which remains H. Gibbons, field manager for son of Mr. and Mrs. D. W Moore, in the two counties, assisted ,

by this time. It has been under legislative enactment and when the Florida' market Is shutoff the national a association has been age 22 years, who died in Sibley'a by Vice-Commander L. D Vlnlng ,

all times to-thoIJe' in constant not as constitutional officers Sena- by the arrival In the market attending the meetings in an effort I Memorial Hospital In Washington, who will actively take charge of

t WIDE ESSAY CON- of the senate and house tor Johns said. In the event the of berries grown In Louisiana and to swell the membership of the I D. C.. after a brief Illness. I the Starke teams. Other members y,

t RTNNERSANNOUNCEDseven matter bow strong-willed and constitutional amendment Is adopted the Carolina' Until the arrival of Florida branch,''and Tuesday |it was David was borD'In TherMss, six appointed and'duties assigned areas

minded,the- legislators may Senator .Johns asserted, the succeeding the new.planta this portion of the announced: that ..1acklOnvlUe'would miles from Starke, Nov. 6, 1909 follows: Lawtey Carl Wooten; f

counties 'were"rep-. ,aim to be. Influential legislature could abolishthe crop baa been a total loss". to the become the distributing place for and died from septacenla, May 23, Hampton, .J. N. Rutledge; Ralford.J. '

ed 1 in the essay contest. ,brought to bear upon them has school boards and place these growers. practically all pecans grown In.this 1931, . L. Cason; Lake Butler L. T. '

Fires-A Florida Tragby a natural tendency to duties in the hands of the boards The berries are culled and clean part of the state.According Funeral services were conductedby Dyer. These supervisors are to report

| the pupils of the 10th, 11th severely the functioning of of administration. The first boardsof ed and then packed In barrels'of to the plans announced Rev. Haymond Of Hawthorn; assisted to E. Perryman as soon as P

t grades. This contest was' two groups which should be administration would be electedin 500 pounds capacity. Each barrel at the meeting, more than 250- by Rev. G. P. Raymond of possible for Instruction and organ

red by the Florida Federa- mitted to progress, without November, 1934, and they would has a pre-coollng core which expedites 000 pounds of pecans wit pass thru Starke, at Hope church cemetery, ize their teams. Any boys who are a

t Women's Clubs, the Florida ference, with the object of succeed the boards of county commissioners the cooling of the berries the Jacksonville marketing offices. Monday afternoon at four o'clock. Interested are urged to get in touch
t Service and the American those which on the first Monday In before they reach the cold storage This Is the minimum annual crop David was a devoted child, a with their supervisor and registerat
try Association. be pUshing for the best Interests of a t'I .January. 1935. plant In Jacksonville where theyare than can be handled by a designated member of Hope church, and hadbeen once It is hoped that within two

{winners of first prizes In thet the of The resolution as drafted by Sen.. frozen and fed into the marketas distributing office for the natIonal since early childhood.He weeks all teams will be able to take
er number of people i
Irene M. Haas Tampa This unfortunate situation .Johns reads as follows: trade demand warrants. The association, and a survey of I graduated from Bradford the field and ready for play.

ugh county and John been' decried several A joint resolution proposing an day's pack is trucked to .Jacksonville the pecan groves in this part of I High School In 1929, and has been The date arranged by Mr. Vining
Stanford' Seminole county, by and amendment to Section Five of Article -' each night the state Indicated that the required -i very active In business with his for the Starke boys Is 3:00: p. m.
of the state was
elve a free round trip to pers Eight of the Constitution of. The chief demand for these berries production would be avail-' father since David was an active Friday at the high school building.

Ington, D. C., with a three- most forcibly In the the State of Florida Relating to, which are sugareds they are able for marketing from here. member of his football team and a Don't forget the time and place;
message, but It has not from Ice The .Jacksonville distributing office and when death be on time and what baseball
p> over, an expenses paid. county commissioners.Be packed is eream manu- splendid player carry
Louise Sheebler' :Miami only reason why' the It Resolved by the Legislature facturers and preservers.' It is will handle the pecans'grown came the following members of his equipment; you may have. Date &

[county, and Dink Ezell, Boni- main filled with bills of the State of Florida: stated that the., Florida 'berry''is that part of the state approximately class and team acted as pallbearers for meeting at other places will be k
tion. Toward the end of last ,amendmentto suited to this I east of Lake City to Jacksonvilleand the Active bearers announced later .
mes county, will each*e- That the following particularly purpose. at grave:
1150 In cash as winners of the the lack of any dominating Section Five of Article Eight of < The new ,plant"* employee)about all the production south of were Ben Sternberg Billy Graham; There ,is no reason why,. In view, };
II I tion,' moving for speed and of Jacksonville, It was said: The entire Kickliter of the motives which
prizes. Margaret Bryan.: the constitution of the state 90 girls In and culling George ,Jnman Charles high promptthe
Mile. Alachua county' andA. ing legislation loomed as a Florida, relating to county commissioners -' of berries, and also about::15 men pecan production In the state Eldredge Robinson James Richard Legion In this work we cannot

I Boykin, Sneads, .Jackson of "inertia." Men who have be and the same is hereby In various capacities about the amounts to approximately' 1,600- Walnwrlght; honorary, Gary Over- put out several winning teams. s

[IT.will each receive the third ed many sessions of the agreed to and shall be submitted to plant There has been no lack of 000 pounds annually. street, Junior McDonald, Victor Let's all put our shoulder to the
declared some manner of' Florida H. H. Simmons president of the Thomas William Duncan, Nolan wheel and assist in this work.
"of $25 In cash. the electors of the state of material to keep the full force busy great
(addition to these handsome ship which has not as yet at the general election to be held for there is a steady stream'of Florida branch, and a member of Canova and Vincent Alvarez. .

i made by the American For- ed, had been anticipated and In November, 1932 for approvalor berries coming in from all sections the board of directors of the national David was greatly loved by all NEARLY HAMPERS

Association, a one year's sub- lack of dominance has rejection.,That Is to say the said adjacent to Starke. It is estimated I association presided at the who knew him, and his characterwas OF CUCUMBERS SHIPPED

loa of "American Forests." the> normal course of Section Five of Article Eight shall that a much larger JI<
ted forestry magazine will Several senators admitted be amended to read as follows; made next year. I the directors' meeting held In so obedient and thoughtful of his The late cucumber shipping season fl

Yen to all winners. of an attitude whereby their Section V. The office of county The plant was established by, Jackson MIa, recently, Mr. Simmons mother, and though there be one which was predicted some time ,

|vWence of the Interest shown was going to go ahead and commissioners and commissioner's Kruse', Inc., of Philadelphia, of i attended that meeting. vacant chair In the home, heaven ago for Baker county cucumber

euay contest Polk county bills and send them over to districts as provided under the which C. H. Kruse Is president .I. Pecan growers from Duval Nassau has gained a soul. He leaves to growers seems to have arrived at 3

line hundred and tirirty-five house because they "knew constitution and laws of this stateis The local manager is F.. S. Bolott Bradford, and Baker counties mourn his loss a mother and father last and our 200 acres which were +

enrolled In the eligible will be defeated over there, hereby abolished and there is of.1adelphlaThJa concern has I attended the meeting. Speakers two brothers Cecil and Howard, planted to them have started mov

'sad eight hundred fourteen how.'' These circumstances, created a board of county administrators the only other plant of the kind In. Included O. H. Blackmon of pecan and one sister Daisy also a host ing.M
at the Flor-
''submitted. Lakeland alone led with delayed In each county. 'The boardof Florida located at,Plant'City., ida specialist station H. O. of relatives and friends. Funeralarrangements On Tuesday and Wednesday
|n'. hundred and seventy-five appropriation and 'the more county administrators shall be experiment ; Clay were 'In charge of nearly 400 hampers were packed ;4
ton of the extension division of theUniversity .
enrolled, submitted five nun- portant taxation bills composed of three members who D. C. Jones mortician, and the floral and. shipped to the, Manhattan
and 8.
Mr Gibbons A.
'nil seventy-five .essays a point directly,at special shall be nominated and elected SOLDIERS BOMB IS AWARDEDTO Lawton, assistant; county; agent. In pieces sent were beautiful, both Packing Company Brooklyn N. Y.'

cent Interest In forest con- unless a miracle occurs in from and shall represent the coun-; ST. PETERSBURG.Washington. : Whose offices the meeting h.1d.II" from here and from Washington', and the peak of the season has v;

tIoa! days and only the,most vital ty at large.. They shall be elected 11I" '" ; . n H, 'was where David spent his last hours. not been reached yet Next week ;f
are sifted out?.of,the long by the qualified "electors of the I .;May?-Fresldhl" FORSYT1f KNOCKS OUT Those from out of town who attended will probably be the biggest shipping >
has the selectionof the funeral were: Dr. and '
time and place of Hoover apprwv -
1 calendars' and passed county at the BAISDEN period.
TRUCK WRECKED. SAT the remainder voting for other county officers and fit Petersburg,"for. a Mrs. J. P. Burns of Lake City; The farmers seem to be making r'
the y
I IshaD' -
URDAYepartmenttruca four 900.000 soldiers hoassM.. Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Moore and IL
roffice for out of
the class of "also rans. hold the i Vasco Forsyth "Pride of Brad money cucumbers and ,
selection -was made by the H. Moore, of Jacksonville; Mr. and
It&te Of a "possible large years.' The first election of county i ford,". stepped Into the City Club many seem to be well pleased with 4
1'0114 after a Mrs. R. B. Alvarez. .Jacksonville:
shall be: board boeplUJUation
,there were two bills administrators hereunder ring last night with dynamite In the results thus far.. With this to;
men nature of various sites Mr.Bob Turner of Clearwater; Mr.
engaged In mam- election In No lengthy,study proposed
It Is
the week both held at the general his left and floored "Kid" Balsden encourage them probable that
work tore upon during Florida. and Mrs. C. H. Moore, of Arcadia:
down two in
secl -
or the vember. 1934 when other county for the count often In the first, an !Increase to 500 acres will, be:
riard wire on the flu near and house approving elected: and all county; The site was chosen by the hospltaUzatkm Miss Daisy Moore of Clearwater planted next season
officers are
the after Uttle than
and round a more
aocn canal, state road 28. Sat- tion tax the measure racing bill administrators elected at such'I' board after Veterans minute of fighting.The I .J. D. Moore.. Waycross: Ga.. At the expiration 'of the present

is and overturned lit the favoring the ' election shall take office and succeed Administrator Hines had made an sudden ending of the main, contract, the buyers of this sea, t"
during .
I"nIIg all but ?, senate ,passed trip through the, south
the Inspection
one o
the boards of county crowd son's crop will probably make an1
bout took the by surprise. CARD OF THANKS
men week. The one
to several of the
took him
riding in which
the r truck.tM In Jan
the first Monday other contract with the
or the of the week drawing the on sites. Balsden entered the ring a favorite ; growersfor
men suffered broken ameDdmefltshallr proposed
are was that providing for 1935 when force but the Starke boy swung the We wish to express through the next year's crop assuring then c
-"ltaL being cared for' III a funds. New measures be In full, and effect- STABLING IS CLEAREDOF house to him by his 'wonderful Telegraph our sincere! appreciation of a market for what they raise. ''

chief attention were the The powers duties, and compensation shall JfAN8LAt7011TEB'CllABGZ showing. to all who assisted us In the many Macclenny Reporter.
bill of county administrators Forsyth came out of his corner, ways, during our sad bereavement. .

> GROVE NO. na 000 the senate appropriation,committee. and be prescribed by law and all constitutional J' ek oo.we.; May '27 -BJ: 'K. like a flash and had Balsden back-: Also for the beautiful floral offerings V. D. C. NOTICE w

HOLDS MEETING: bins Introduced by the and statutory provisions Starling was cleared of manslaughter Ing up. The Bradford boy slugged. sent to our beloved son and -
commissioners The annual of the W. T.
to county picnic
of the now applicable yesterday when Baladen to the west ropes, Bated i brother.
social committee. had the taxation committee of the shall apply to them in like I for charges., defens'secured'a I coming out with terrific lefts. Mr. and Mrs. D. W.; Moore, Mr. Weeks chapter of the U. D. c.will
re-allocation counsel Ihe.
one for effect Including,those be held at the KIngsley Lake cot' yr(
baU and and and fought to the
decorated 3rpr1'mejBb tax one manner directed verdict of not :guilty''In rights they and Mrs. C. R. Moore. Daisy Moore ,
Tue.ta lI1&ht for six-cent gasoline state for filling VaCIJIcisLGTr court. east side of the ring, where Forsyth Howard Moore. tage of Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Hill, on ,
ir ,
r1eactay collected on criminal
the all Interest connected with a terrific left hook the third Wednesday In June Instead -
order and the arrested on manslaughter .
a fund.'and Starling was {
Ole meeting foUawed. very to the school WATER VERY GOOD In connection to' Balsden's jaw. The Valdosta of the first Wednesday as
asking a tax of $1J5O per charges GIVE'The : usuaL r
five minutes.Galnesvllles
was out for fully
therm plant weI'llba all electric city from the with a fatal automobile accident in boy ,
gross receipts on Samples of Evening News, Mrs. W. O. Haile Pub. Chat 'd
tacky party to be and on telephone at the municipal which his own daughter Dorothy .' .
the gas plants two wells In use Tuesday.Madison. tacky party that was postponed U
Lb. le armory Is June 8rd. telegraph companies. The light and water plant were sent to lost her life. The accident occur- -... .._ several weeks ago under the Tarpon Springs Grocery store
S Publi0 pIannmg to give mittee believes that two and the state board of health on May red near Baldwin shortly before* the Brown Chevrolet Co.. auspices of the Woodmen Circle opened in Blast Tarpon avenue

eeveraf new thirds, cents of the gasoline 14th for analysis., The report onthe.e Christmas holidays. .succeeded Oxford-Smith Co.. as local will be held In the armory on Wednesday St Augustine IL Lynn .Jr.;
and the members were should go to the state.road samples were received by the -eBirths Chevrolet dealers.Eustls night June 3rd. The public plans erecting one-story buildingon

tII. social regular,business ment two cents to counties In city clerk this week and' showedthe 'Ur> and Mrs C. .C. J'oIuaa.-8tark., Eustfal Barber' Shop .Is Invited to attend. Admission lOo site of burned fit Johns Hotel p?
committee collected water
t.Cht refreshments portion to amount sanitary quality of the JUyUtbr moved to,new location. and 25c.: building.
.to an supply to be very good. son. ,
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of this week slowed down digging the weather baa been better and Tallahassee -
Recommending to the senate that -

the redistricting of the state to : iui Spring considerably but it is believed that the growth and development has I erection of four-story Contract Lt

I I Legislative News 1 give Florida a fifth congressman J If conditions become favorable been rapid. About 78 per cent of ent History building at I bI

; be on the basis of the division of'I most of the crop will be out within a normal crop Is expected. State College for pyoChlpleySpeigbt !

the present fourth district into two, getable DealIn the next two weeks. Quality of Marion county expects to start ChIVlolt
-.: parts, the house of the Florida legislature I the potatoes in this section has : 'moved to their new
: around 25. In I
The proposed constitutional House Bill No. 218, to abolish Monday morning been good and the proportion of its shipments May Dunn building on

amendment to exempt homsteada' the state road department was by a vote 46 to 35, house PlllICed'l. Full Swing No. Is bas been running about 80! pest seasons :Marlon county has atreet. East J
factor in the
brought up. It was reported out 1, which was sponsored by Repre- per cent The Lacrosse section in been a prominent Bay Harbor_s. L.
from taxation went over
In Florida unfavorably by the public roads sentative R. L. Black of Alachua, Alachua county has started its spring tomato deal but the acreage awarded contract to
to the bouse of representative for -.-... this year has been reduced to buu4
committee and Rep- la
an4 highways and thirteen/other legislators. un- crop rolling. Quality reportedas room, barber shop
action Friday when the senate bya resentative J. Edwin Larson of der the provisions of the bill, the Weather Conditions.. Favorable excellentThe scarcely more than 1,000 acres as building for C. T.ana 'PIIbt
vote of 20 to 17, refused to re- Clay, chairman of the committee,'I fifth district would be made up of Generally'' During April and production forecast for the compared with between 6,000 and place burned structure May, to

consider the vote by which the moved for indefinite postponement the following counties: Orange, Outlook Is Better-Beans, Tomatoes spring crop of eggplants in Florida 6,000 last year. The crop is growing -

( joint resolution proposing the constitutional of the consideration of the meas- Seminole, Clay Duval, Flagler Cucumbers, Peppers and indicates a production only 87 percent well and indications are that

" + amendment was approved ure. Mr. Dann and Mr. Lea defended Putnam, SL John and Volusla. The Potatoes Lead in Shipment -' as large as that of last spring, there will be a favorable yield.,

4 two weeks agx>. the bill, but on the roll call Fourth district would Include: Bre- Watermelons Doe Jane L due to the heavy reduction In acreage Watermelons are about two COFFINS &:

t the Larson motion prevailed by a vard, Broward. Dade, Indian River, The expected yield per acre weeks later than usual. Present And a Full hiedUndertaker'
Motor vehicles In excess of'84 Jacksonville, Fla., May 15. that movement
51 to 11 vote. Martin, Monroe Osceola, Palm Is slightly below last spring's. The indications are

Inches In width 12 fet In height, Beach and St Lucle counties. The Weather conditions during April spring acreage Is reported at 350! from Alachua county will begin Snppia'!
r and 30 fet in length would be barred The Florida house of representatives present first second and third districts were on the whole favorable for compared with 850 last spring. :about June 10 and from Jackson AUTOMOBILE HEARS

' + from the Florida highways un taxation and finance com- most Florida and the outlook about June 20. The Lees-
would remain unchanged. crops ,county Alw. .
The combined estimates of bar. I r as H.... Tk, i.
introduced 'mittee reported unfavorably a seDate Is better than a month ago. The vested and expected production for :burg section expects to start its amiss .t tk. knot. ,..

1U88. bill to set up an added 2 cents An effort on the part spring vegetable deal Is in full the winter and spring crops of pep- .first car of melons about June 1 ........ .tt..fl.a to h1p41 ala

a gallon gasoline tax. The bill, Introduced of senators from the smaller coun- swing and if weather conditions are of 8 'which is about a week later than .rdcra
pers a production per
Semi-annual payment of taxes Senator Hilburn Pa- state to favorable for the next few weeks REQISTKREnDEWITT;
by ties of the obtain an equal last year. Acreage In that sectionis RMALRD
cent below that of 1930. The win-
was balled by Chairman Wagg and latka, and calling for an excise tax, distribution among the 67 countiesof the movement will be heavy. Prac- ter which Is now about over, about the same as last year, 8- C.

Jx other senators as a "great reUef would have given the state an eight the state of the revenues from tically every producing section la crop 000 to 6,000 acres. The crop looks JONES
is estimated to have been about 2T
The bill for STARK,
measure. provided cent tax on gasoline If enacted Into three cents of the six cent gasolinetax now shipping vegetables In carlots. ,fine and with good weather fine FLORIDAltOpenlloweat
payment of the first Installment per cent larger than the crop a
law. became apparent In the senate Beans, tomatoes cucumbers peppers quality Is expected.
November 1, and the second April I year ago but the sprlng.crop Is ex-
y Monday. A new gasoline tax distribution and end<< y tatoea are the leaders -
1. Failure to pay the first install- pected to be 30,per cent smallea
The Florida house of representatives bill, sponsored by seventeen at this ,time, and will continueto
than last for both
ment January 1 would make the year's Acreage
Monday laid aside finance ;senators, narrowly escaped going be the leaders until the water- ,
whole tax'delinquent. spring and winter is estimated at
year's Pay BUICK
4 and taxation legislation to consider :to the calendar without reference melon deal opens June 1.
ment of the first Installment and 0,000.
penalties for conviction for cat- and was referred to the senate Bean shipments! from the Ever- aya tofuner

non-payment of the second would tle stealing. By vote of 67 to i the committee on finance and taxation glades continued heavy 230 cars Tomatoes comprise one of the
f make the tax remaining delinquent largest deals in the'entire
house passed a bill by Rep. Elliott 'through lack of one vote in favor roiling last week. Northern sections -
I on May 1. Penalties for state. Tomatoes are produced In
nonpaymeat Lafayette making a five year pen- of the motion of proponents of the of the state are also shipping
would be provided as at present conviction all sections and the deal extends
w alty for mandatory. bill Senator Pat Whitaker, Tam- beans Alacbua county started last
The original bill would have of from six to
over a period seven
Cattle theft penalties formerlywere president of the senate ruled
pa week and Gad dea county expects:
made the two cent
penalty a months. rolling from
per They are now
given on statute books witha ,that the bill did not come within to begin next week. The Center
month but this stricken out
all the large producing centers In
five year maximum and a two the terms of the resolution giving Hill
section has been for
with aa amendment and the pres- shipping a the state with the' exception of
year minimum. right of way to bills recommendedand week two but the .
or movement .
ent penalty provision Inserted. Marion county which will be from wY .
drawn by Oov. Doyle E. Carl- there has been heavily curtailed 4.'
y ,Defeat of several general bills that the two to three weeks late. Recent
Increased also ton, holding measure was The excessive rains of about three
gasoline taxes and close votes on several others weather conditions have been unfavorable -
in the
not specified governor's recent
endorsed by the chief executive, weeks ago took about 70 per cent for Dade county toma-
featured the house activities duringthe
and therefore

required .
of that section's It Is
received senate approval previous crop. reported -
toes and shipments are running
morning and afternoon sessions a two-thirds vote for waiver of
r ly In passage of a bill by senator that the beans In moat sections -
Tuesday, as the legislators more or the rules to place the bill on the I, light Most of the crop has beenshipped '-
( Hllbura for a state excise tax of are of excellent quality. "'ltSo
1 less marked time for the forecast calendar without reference. The
two cents a gallon on gasoline In Yields are generally good. ;;;
battle Wednesday over the appor- vote on the motion was 19 to 10, The movement from the Ever- .
addition to the tax of six Celery shipments are still going ;
ft present tionment of the gasoline tax. Pro- :with President Whitaker requestIng glades started about two weeks

'x cents. Money raised would be used ponents of the plan to allocate the secretary to,count him as out but only' a small amount re- ago and is expected to gain in volume ::t'Lf.. '
to counties for construction mains. The "development of seed a
repay three cents of the gasoline tax one of the opponents of the motion rapidly from now on. It is .;:: \.
of roads later made stalks cut the
of the abort
part /late
equally among the counties of the The bill proposes to give three : crop expected that the total movementwill \ ,. 'f";:
i' Mate road The deal Is
system. ,state and three cents to the state cents of the six cent gasoline tax spring-rcucumber be around 600 cars from this

I road department were confident II to the state road department and heavy. Carlots are now rolling section. Manatee county started
Another gasoline tax proposal from Harden and
that they would be able to get the the remaining three cents to the Orange counties rolling tomatoes last week, and<

made Its way to a senate committee measure, not yet Introduced, before counties equally, to apply on the but yields are not as large as was shipments should be quite heavy in
as Senator Knabb, Macclenny,
the house at 10:30: o'clock Wed- retirement of road and bridge expected. Alachua county is also another week. The acre..e has
proposed a reduction of the present rolling its and Gadsden I K
crop coun-
nesday morning. They stated that bonded Indebtedness. been reduced considerably and the
'. tax from six to five cents a gal- the measure when Introduced, ty expects to start express shipments crop is late due to unfavorable hello, everybody-Dnlck
4 p' lon. The bill, in effect would repeal the middle of the
month and
i would bear the names of at least 62 Senator G. Frank Andrews, growing conditions but recently
the present tax entirely, and Wouldn't like
carlots by June 1. speaking
all from the smaller you
try representatives, Greenville, sponsored a new chain
create a new gasoline tax to be
The movement
cucumbers will
counties of the state. The pro store tax bill providing for a grad-
known as a "state excise tax." The to our Eight? Glad to have
not try
probably be as heavy this
posed bill while similar to-the one [uated tax ranging from $25 a store IL E. LAGERGREN '
4' measure also provided a realloca- now before the senate differs I for chains with two to five stores, spring as usual due to the large I I
tin of tax funds. It would Surveying you-whether you're thinkingof
;' gas reduction In -Leveling
4, somewhat a sto provisions relativeto to $200 a store for chains In excess acreage. year
set aside two cents for the state
constitutionality, the sponsors 'of twenty-five stores. In addition the acreage was 11,000 comparedwith Mapping buying or not."
road department, one cent for pub-
say. 1 to the store tax the bill would about 8,000 this year. Heavy Starke, Florida .1
Ito schools, one cent to counties as
rains, frosts and generally unfa-
impose tax of $3 for each $1000or
paid In, and one cent to counties In The bill to put enforcement teethIn value of stock carried In the vorable weather early In the season Buick Invitee everybodyCT JJ ohere-' to drive this great

tvf' proportion to representation in the the existing Duval county no- stores. A county license tax of resulted in heavy losses of the Eight priced from $1023 to $2033, f. o. b. Flint Mich. Mora

,legislature.The fence law introduced and passed in '25 per cent of, the amount of the plants and growers did not have than 50 out of every 100 buyers of eights In Its field,.'

'Florida- the house several days ago, was state tax also would be Imposedby sufficient- financing*to replant. choosing Bulck-and thirteen other makes hare the
house of
representatives passed In the senate Tuesday on the bill, and municipalities Potato shipments are passing balance. The reason U outstanding performance.
set at the
Friday $7.500.000 motion of Senator J.Turner Butler. would be authorized to Impose a their peak. The Hastings sectionIs

annual appropriation for conduct The law as enacted in 1929, failed similar tax of 25 per cent X>f the at the crest of Its shipments and COME DRIVE-NO OBLIGATION-GLAD TO HAVE YOD

4 of Florida months'schools term on after a standard a to provide any method for pay- amount of the, state tax. after'this week the movement Is Owing t. ....... posterity, .... prmmt --J.I. ./ 1111 auks

eight day ment of enforcement costs and vir expected to decline. Yields have AtralcM flfku vIM ft.-.__tJkfMtfcMf ....tmRegister's .._.....,.

pent virtually In debate. tually unworkable, county officials Senator 8. W. Getzen, Buahnell, been running heavier than on the

declared. The house statute cures and S. D. Clarke MontlceUo Intro- early portion of the crop. Heavy
,Governor state cabinet
p the defect In the law. duced a new motor vehicle license rains last week;and the early part Garage
officers and members of the 1931 _u,
tax: bill fixing a tax of 78 cents
Florida legislature Friday night would have
established the tax
Advocates of the ofFlorida' for motor
development per 100 pounds private
saw themselves burlesqued by First the to
amending measure re- Starke Florida
inland waterways par- vehicles with corresponding increases -
assigned to cover duce the tax from a six
newspapermen proposed
i ticularly for the use of pleasure for trucks, buses and for
the legislative session, at the first craft gained a victory'Tuesday In hire cars. The bill would fix ,a cents for each package of 20 cigarettes WHEN BETTFH AOTOMOBIMM AUK TOUT' . -. BWICK: Wll t BTTUM
k biennial gridiron banquet to three cents
sponsor a package
having the house appropriations penalty of 25 per cent of the
ed by the press gallery. The gov- the committee sent the bill back to
Beautiful Shoulders
committee the senate with-
? approve amount due for driving a car
>'t, ernor's message to the legislature, the senate with.the adverse report
measure state that approximately out license tag after Feb. 1.
activities of senators and repre- proper soft velvety to the touch sad
$ $400,000' In gasoline taxes Is paid with an ,
alluring fascinating
enatlves the floor of their The 1931.32-'
on appropriation bill
by boat operators and declare that Residents counties with special that will not streak,spot.
i; houses and reports of legislative the allocation of $00,000 of the local laws prohibiting the taking carrying a total.of approximately rob off or show the effects of per What Is

committees were turned Into barbs fund for the waterways development of game freshwater fish or $14,000,000 for two years operationof spiration. Dance or indulge in
which the scribes hurled at their state government Friday was sports fuOr confident your complexion
r was only a fair disposition fur-bearing animals within the
guests. A private edition of a returned to the,. Florida senate will retain all of Its original -
of at least a portion of the gasoline boundaries of the counties, would .
tt newspaper was Issued for the occasion. without recommendation by the appropriation beauty.GOUMAUtfS
tax moneys. be prohibited from taking game, committee.The A Bargain?
freshwater fish or fur-bearing animals -

Florida voters In the next gen- In other counties of the state 0@IENT4l
Another of the major revenue house passed 09 to 10 a bill
.a eral election would be given the under a bill introduced In the sen- ,
measures endorsed by Governor opportunity of deciding whether or ate Monday by Sen. T. Q. Futch, :prohibiting party candidates from CREAM .

Carlton In his second message to not the offices of county tax assessor Leesburg. Any resident of a closed 'running as Independents In general ....... riMh sad RMM tti.... I In this community are hundred of individuals and

i the legislature a mileage tax on and tax colelctor should be county caught hunting or fishing ,election after defeat In primaries. families on the watch for an advertisement which

buses and trucks, was approvedby combined If the, legislature approves in any other county In the state, -. will offer them what they want at an advantageous
the Florida senate 22 to 9. Annual -
a joint resolution Introducedin the bill provides would be punished .
-11'8' price.
revenue of $300,000 was estimated t 5
the house Tuesday morning by In the same manner as persons a

by Senator Parker. Mayo Rep. Dwight L. Rogers of Brow- taking such game or fish without a
4 who Introduced., the bill early In ard county. Under the provisions license them bargain-hunters if you like, but thrifty

.i the session, Of the resolution, which proposes shoppers would be the better designation. Thriftis

an amendment to Section 6 of Ar Two major:' bills an intangible I BUY a commendable trait and merchants should ca

Passage of a bill to repeal the tide 8 of the constitution the two tax measure and a green fruit bill, ter
law established In 1929 which per- offices would be combined in eachof 'were passed by the senate of the

t; mitted sale of delinquent tax certificates the counties of the state and a Florida legislature Monday while I One family wants need is not
a new carpet-the
at less than face value .
; county tax officer elected every another Important measure sent
N featured an afternoon session de- four years to handle the combined I;to the senate by Gov. Doyle E. urgent. Another family la looking forward to buy-

voted largely to minor legislation. I,Jobs. Carlton proposing a tax of $L60 Ing dining-room furniture-It may not be for a

Senator HUburn. Palatka who '-. for each $100 of gross receipts of r twelve month.

Joined with Senator Gary Ocala The power of the forces organ- electric light and power and gas I

In Introducing the measure declared Ued to rush through the senate the companies was advanced to third One is watch.
man thinking of buying himself a
It would "prohibit speculation bill to divide equally among the 67 reading as the senate began the ....

upon the misery of persons un- counties of the state the revenue seventh week of legislative work. TRUCK One woman a shopping bag; another an umbrella.<

able to pay taxes.*! The state still from 8 cents of the 6-ceat gasoline OWNERS All can be made to buy, earlier by advertising-

would have authority to sell delinquent tax became apparent early In Suggesting a tax on billboards, Advertising that the
can make the desire keen
':tax, certificates upon full the Tuesday morning' session,when posters and other display advertising Come. and see tfafa so ,

payment of taxes due with, Interest Sea. A. H. Wagg. Palm Beach matter,outside of the Incorporated bargain is forgotten In"the. fever for immediate

county announced that the finance limits of municipalities. Representative possession.

'Florida's fUtb congressman and taxation committee, had voted O. Pierce Wood of Liberty IO-ply .

'k would would be elected from.the 4 to 8 to report the measure favorably county Introduced a bill In the 3Ox5

4g .tate'at large,' under, terms of a and bad Instructed him to house which he said would prob- I

t bill Introduced Friday If this legislature move that the bill be made. special ably bring in* $200.000 annually. A Note Merchants

does not creat. the new and continuing order for the' Under the provisions of the measure We ea. nom te yen $1795

fifth congressional district.A noon hour. The bill would give'I which would levy. a tax of tea that It will ..t,.,..- Stimulate ,
each of the counties approximately cents per square foot of such advertising atSMst business by: the offer of some slowmoving

bill by Senators a W. Anderson $108,000 annually taking tremendous -I, material, the revenue over any klgL.r.prles4standard lines at special prices.: Brighten op business

i Greensboro and Purl O. amounts from the seven and above expenses and up to Sire ass the star.ket. by advertising at reduced
some desirable goods ,
Adams Crestvlew. to permit counties and It's Itfe-tisM 31x6
larger counties of the state an amount not exceeding $250.000 oar. ,

r4 to accept money In lieu of freer greatly beneflttlng\ the smaller I annually would be used under the .."... Oeeetyear PathBs4er ) prices. Make advertising banish dull business.

public school text books, was passed counties. Under the present system ' direction of the governor and his Trod SeportwlstCord. $29 75 j Often you can tempt the buyer who Is biding his

by a vote of 20 to 14. of distribution Duval county I cabinet "In the advertising of the or her time to of 'four
Tfce b.7 ef the buy from ;roq.-at a time
gets back $384.000 and If the measure i agricultural industrial and recreational 'I

t Legalization of racing and pari- to come before the senate tomorrow conditions and possibilities CMtaryl'REGISTER'S naming.

mutuel systems of wagering at passes, the amount reverting of Florida." Any remaining funds

race tracks Thursday received final to Duval would< be $103,000. would go Into the general state

approval of the Florida legislature. fund Where Invitedto
Shop You Are
., Without dissenting vote the The house bill passed related to GARAGEStarke

i senate concurred In eight amendments the redemption of lands from tax A proposed tax on .cigarettes In

tacked on the race track bill sales providing that lands may be Florida Saturday received another

when It passed the house yesterday redeemed prior to November 1:of setback as the senate's finance aDd ,. Florida: Shop'AGID

R 68 to 38. The bill previously received any year without payment of taxes taxation committee reported unfavorably -

i senate approval, 20 to 15. for the current ;year. aa amended bill which 4

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I* Interest and principal on county CGlZd ; r ?

., ''I STATE NEWS or third district cents bonds to ,counties and one In and same one- :f 4 r yolUl'OtfOAl' !!

I proportion for building and main- l
taming of roads and bridges or to
d pay principal and Interest on coun-
" ty road and bridge bonds. Don't
k Your Throat
TOLD BY OUR EXCHANGES uated-scale After the senate corporation passed stock the grad-tax Rasp

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tvlew-Fred Snowden of: peeling off. "Got hold of bottle this measure for their own bill

,berry netted ,(,000 from hlsbey with wrong label," was the inven- and passed it the following day With Harsh Irritants
this year he an- with only seven dissenting votes.
crop only
comment as surveyed The
Snowdea 1* a bar- bill expected to produce from
d : \ today.strawberrylng la a aide- his bandages. The burns were re- a million to a million and a half

q d ceived during his experiments to dollars in new revenue, will tax

w produce rubber from golden-rod. all corporations except those of
railroad, telephone, telegraph,

Smyrna-One hundred varieties and of Miami Beach-Plans were an- bank trust and Insurance companies "Reach for a
nine building and loan associations -
" Story birds have been seen In nounced that work on the new and
S ton: of :Florida, according (250.000 apartment house to be associations, and corporations not. LUCKY instead"Now
Mrts compiled by S. R. Ing304 built at Thirty-third street and for profit. 77
Murray street, who for Collins avenue by William F.. The racing bill came up In the
'AW has been making a surf Whitman president of the Excelsior house, last Wednesday afternoon,
life/ for the United ; Printing company would be
bird as a special order of business and
Department of Agriculture. ,started on May 15. The apart- was passed only after three hours Pleasol- Actually put your finger __

ment building will consist of 30 and a half of debate and attempted on your Adam's Touch It- \
WUlard Carter kWed units, with hotel service and dock- filibuster Apple. your K.
Bdison- on the part of Representative -
It I near Sampala Ing facilities in Indian Creek and Adam's AppleDo know "'
[foot alligator Home of Madison county, you you are actually -
The 'gator bathing in the ocean. r
Blast! Saturday. who offered an amendment to
touching Is
wide aad weighed your larynxthis your
138 Inches strike out the enacting clause. Mrs.
unds. Carter first shot thee Sebring-An inquisitive reporter Puller, Orlando, lone woman legislator voice box -It contains your vocal chords. : =k'
times with a pistol caused a run on bread here to- '
three made an impassioned ,plea
hen went for a shot gun. twoof day. He learned that for the first against the measure on the moral When you consider your Adam's Apple,. \

[ which were used before It time In many years stores were of
grounds( legalized gambling. As you aro considering your throat your\ y-
eat selling a loaf of bread for 5 cents. It went to the Governor, the bill
There also were ten cent loaves. calls for a referendum in counties vocal chords. Don't rasp your throat with '

Bt Palm Beach Held here un- The' reporter weighed" the bread. where race meets are asked, racIng harsh IrritantsRoach a LUCKY Instead
He found the ten cent loaves
laccusatlons of operating ale commission of five members, a !
to Induce negroes to Invest weighed one pound and the five levy of three cents on all part-nut Remember, LUCKY STRIKE Is the only .k

250 million loan to the Soviet cent loaves 12 ounces. As a result tuel receipts, 15 per cent on all ad- cigarette In America that Its
ent" which was supposed early shoppers bought: out the five missions and $10 license on all per. through exclusive .< u
cent Interest' a cent loaves and left the ten-cent "TOASTING" '
iy 50 per sons employed in any capacity process expels certain ,p.Av
i, a man who gave the name ones to late comers. about the tracks, with all net reve- harsh Irritants
In all
present raw to
E. Bowen was identified toes nue, so collected being equally distributed i
A. I* Wanamaker. an ex- Tampa-Expert witnesses were among the 67 counties.In baccos. These expelled Irritants are; sold i i'i'I l' \ .ZJI-W
)ct of Montgomery Ala.bama put on, the stand In federal court the form submitted to the senate I xT17NB '
here for FredF. to manufacturers of chemical compounds.
today by attorneys the appropriations bill is prac-

City-The' Southeastern Furen St. Petersburg Inventor, tically the same as that presentedby They are not present In your LUCKY
ut association will honor Pan- in an effort to show a Jury that two the state budget commission, -
City the second time by hold- patents held by Furen and others the governor and his cabinet, and STRIKE, and so we say "Consider your \I 3;

Its fourteenth annual oonven- were violated by the Ford Motor unless the complete program of the Adam's Apple."
ln! this city on June 23 and 24.association Company In construction of the two finance and taxation commit
met here last year. model A Ford. Furen and his asso- tees Is put through a total of $3-

ut growers from at least a elates have sued for 15,000,000 600,000 of the 914,000,000 in appropriations Pie
n southern states are among damages. The patents both cover will have to be raised by
embers. The two day session devices by which the tank of the the state ad valorem tax. If in ad-

attract a large number of. vls- old model Ford automobile under dition to the Inheritance and cor-
here. the e Heat could fe. flllAd from the stock taxes
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outside of the car through a vent in the legislature will approve the s \\1
first solid carload of cucum- ,the side of the automobile body Intangible tax, increased occupa- !, '., \3
i ,? .':5 ,; ;.#;; ? % h
; :
a' fir,
from Gadsden downward to the tank. i. ,r
ever shipped i leading tional license tax, graduated tax 4 ty'\,JsXUvn si s1,;i'"', cM ,a :
,!'y was sent out during the on power and light companies
week over the S. A. L. rail, Bartow Nellie Pierce 40 of mileage tax on buses and trucks i

The shipment was consigned' Gainesville, was held here today 1 and possibly an Increased gasoline &&$#$? Of**<
elf York and contained 450 after she related to officers her tax It will be possible to raise the m K <*'"'>'$
pen. It netted the growers husband was accidentally shot to $3,600,000 from these sources and

40. The crop Is maturing debUi: early yesterday and she secreted ,eliminate all the present, state ad F* '
illy and from two to three will the body In an automobile valorem tax'with-the exception of >#'o*,
hipped/ daily within the next I and took it 145 miles to Lakeland. I the one_mill !levy provided by the
days. :Pierce had been killed with a smallshotgun. 4 constitution for school purposes.
Mrs. Pierce said the gun Success for the finance and tax-
ami-CUstoms Inspector said exploded in bed at their Gainesville ation committee's program would
| today a gasoline tank truck home when her husband lunged also mean accumulation of enough
lining; 80 cases of assorted at her during a quarrel. Pierce money from new sources to take
II i was seized yesterday on a was shot through the temple. The care of the $7,500,000 (less amount "It's toasted"'
[way near Boynton and brought woman said she then wrapped the received from the constitutional

Inspectors said ther body in blankets, concealing the one-mill levy) which has been appropriated s
of the truck Jumped from shooting from her 14 year old son for school purposes by INiH '
I Mat and fled when officials whom she sent on errands.! After the house In a bill now awaiting ;;: Including the use of Ultra Violet Rays '

I alongside. ,The> top half of. tying the blanket about the body senate action. Chairman Mathewsof .. = Sunshine Mellows-Heat Purifies j'Te.r.d..d '
tank truck contained 235 gal-i with wire and rope, she said she the house finance and taxation
of gasoline ,with liquors ofIII lugged It Into the automobile alone. committee led the fight against a ... Kc Z l4 i. ., Your Threat Protection;again** Irritation-agatnat cough ";
i brands stored In the lowery $9,500,000 appropriation for lh

Tampa-County authorities to- schools out of state funds on the

day were Investigating what they grounds! that the amount might

The vegetable market called evidence of fraud In reducing not be raised and that It wouldbe to reconsider a bill //t passed three;-j Join the-"yes;-ma'am"'choral society. .-ering first started at Tallahasseethe

wing more brisk every day. about 300 assessments on the 1930 better to set a lower sum one weeks ago exempting homesteadsfrom I Star, which we presume, la OVER WORUrNERlES
the past few days there tax lists, totalling around $300.3. ,- which would have a much better one of the papers the Sentinel -
been shipped 750 crates of 000. M. Burnett, collector said chance of being provided by actual state and county ad valorem Congressman Green so the story: seems to think is "dead from the
250 crates of squash and his suspicions were aroused by the income. taxation. Senator Johns' bill pro- goes, is afraid to have part of his front to the back pages," called

pen of peaches. It Is the large number of items marked "er- One of the "program" measures viding for sessions .of the legisla- district go Into another congressional the trick the politicians are r
| time peaches have been shlp- ror" on the books. It Is customaryto half way through the mill is that ture only every 10 years was kill- district with Duval county, to put over. Now the trylnl'I I
[out of Gadsden county. Thed mark legitimate adjustments in fixing a graduated mileage tax ed. A safety measure passed by because a candidate from Jacksonville per corroborate the Star's
Is strong and orders are this manner he explained. Check- from one-half to one cent on pas- the upper body was that Imposing would defeat him. If the second district is cut up and
received for more than Is Ing the Items with Assessor S. E. senger buses and one to two centsa penalties for parking of motor ve- Now another story floats around Orange county placed In It, or if k
lable. Sparkman they found most of the mile on buses carrying freight. hicles on state highways at night that Mrs. Ruth Bryan Owen of MIami It becomes the new fifth district.
entries were unauthorized they This bill passed the senate on Friday without lights. does not want part of the Orlando will of course, be the
ovine Members of the 10- said. No arrests have been made and is now on the house calen- Tax equalization came in for a fourth district taken away from "dominating capital." which is one
Jpost of the American Legion but criminal prosecution Is prom- dar. Two "new revenue" bills share of the limelight during the her, the part that has the most of the reasons the Star isn't In favor -
making plans to stage a water ised. Lawyers said there was no which struck a snag were those week, despite the fact that actionon "simon pure" democrats, becausea of that kind of reapportionment. -
T>"II festival here July 4, accord- way to recover the lost tax money. asking a heavy tax on cigarettes a state commission for this purpose republican would defeat her. i
I to an announcement which and an Increase in the gasoline tax was postponed. Senator Kingof Congressman Drano of the first Neither does the Star hold to the <}
I Just been made. The program Hastings The farm of I.. A. from six to eight cents. Both have Orlando introduced bills that district and Congressman Yon of theory advanced by the Sentinel
\year will be more elaborate Braswell near Hastings was the been unfavorably reported by finance would demand publication of the the third district are at peace with that Florida's new congressman
"M yet been attempted lo- scene of much activity and Inter- and taxation committees. It complete assessment rolls and the the world. Each night and morn should be elected from the state at

'. members of the Legion have est the other day when many people was thought however, that a low- errors and insolvencies list, with ing they probably give thanks that large, for many obvious reasons.
f ltated Arrangements will be Interested in Irish potatoes er tax on cigarettes, plus the pro- the view that such publicationwould nothing has happened to disturb Nor does it favor placing Marlon
1 to entertain 10,000 visitors. packed In new paper containers, posed tax on soft drinks might bring to light many Inequalities their tranquility. county In the new fifth district UP TO your ears fa wo .- I

says the Hastings Herald. Henry incorporated In a measure which of auua1 ent. The first was Of course, right off the bat and which would have Orlando a* the Noevery nerve' yea man at feign at the Unsloo.ue ;
ew Smyrna Heyward Klck- Condon, a representative of the would tax a number of "luxuries." reported by the finance and taxa- not caring ,to receive punishmentfrom dominating capital for that very and bark at the children
tel''. talented trombone and Southern Kraft Paper mills at Pan- The bouse passed nine corrective tion committee, but both have been some unknown ambitious reason If the legislature were disposed Watch out Overworked
i pupil of Mrs. IT. J. Burrows ama City had personal supervision banking bills) during the week placed on the calendar.. In addition would-be candidate for congress or to reapportion the state on nerves nay lead to Sleeplea*. 1 '
[member of the high school or- over the packing and handling eight of which were offered byRepre.entatlve both houses have received politician from the proposed new some fair and equitable basis as na**. Nervous Headache, Mervoo -
Ira,.has found a new use for of the potatoes. After coming from Tomasello, and indefinitely bins limiting the county ad valorem fifth congressional district we to population grouping those counties Indication and a boa... at M
bill which but demanding! full wouldn't dare that Mayor Al- interest ether unpleasant dkta. .
fngers in the last two the field they were washed as they postponed a mfllage say with allied togetherIn Why' don't try Dr. IIIW
the he has made two VloUu. passed through the grader and .would establish a state department value of assessment on the rolls. sop of Jacksonville would be an each of the districts, the Star Msrveaess yea Nervta .Tablets r'

|'IIBCoIId< entirely by himself The from the grader they poured on aCODyeylnl' of banking and trust. The house These measures were well receivedand Ideal congressman.. That would would have BO objections, though Jed m a half claw e 4
Is Patterned after a Strad- belt. This belt carried also approved a bill, originally offered more than likely will be pass wreck Robert Alexis Green' erstwhile moving Congressman Green into water makesto .. pUaeaai to rartodehcfafuDy
tastrument and has a tone a long table by Mrs. Fuller, permitting a ed. If these and the King bills sweet disposition, and make the Jacksonville district would drink Motfciii* c
y as food aa In the the potatoes over twenty one-mill county tax for maintenance should become effective,. and the Mrs. Owen somewhat fretful and at place him under a serious handi- to over-taxed ....... j _
any around which there were
wording to Mrs. Burrow sorted culled and of free libraries. The house teeth" In them welt sharpened, It the same time throw central Flor- cap. But when It I* so obvious that Dr. HHaV Nervhw toe ...
packers, who read. fa two tnin.-IkytU aadKff
Okee- all of ida Into Jacksonville' basket. In j
them In five-pound cartons.: likewise favored the new is certain that practically all the would-be congressmen erveaeestt TaMet. Both favUM
y- -The fellow who follow A packed solid carload of 500 bushel packages chobee flood control bill. the problem of tax Inequalities It so happened that'mo.t of the both house at Tallahassee or the same seething meat 1 14r.
Ronda These part say that was shipped to the Atlantic A measure that is Intended to would be dissolved within a periodof 'newspapers In the proposed and friends of would-be congressmenwho p.N at yNr dr.g son
has seldom had bt'ju of New be of great benefit to municipalities two to four year ,very properly fifth district which have their eye on R. A. .
Commission Company .
I should have Orlando for the dominating r .' .1 ,
propitious of the state la that presented by Green' Job. are trying to bring
">asmo a of the fishingones past York.ApalachicolaPT&1minary. Representative Ward of Orange BCDISTRICTINO capital on account of wealth about-a reapportionment scheme J {' )( 11 ('
14 Hundreds of work county where cities would be en- OcalaD and population are dead from the that will give Jacksonville one ( fie'Vz'
going dally to the people lakes the started on S63.500 consolidated abled to foreclose.. on delinquent ( Star.) front to the back page They refuse congressman and Orlando the other '{IV NERVINEI

and the gulf and few have school building to be constructed taxes. The senate favored the gov In the Tampa Times we find the to say anything. All this whatever Influence the Star has I , ..
home high ernor's suggestion of allowing pay- following comment! .on congressional newspaper wants I* Justness, recognition wilt be exerted to hold the present
empty handed Chapman
It site adjoining
th&t about on E, between 13th ment of ad valorem taxes on the 1 reapportionment, or redltrictlng. *- of the Importance of this, second district Intact. We don't
-lUng for the hook anddfb fish school. streets.Palmetto installment plan. In the event the which Is now a moot question the backbone of the state doubt that Orlando would send an Miami-Bid caled for new post s
b"Pectr &J1y Is this true ". and 14th Work resumed on legislature does not provide for I In the Florida legislature reprinted To calm Congressman Green and able man to the house, but somehow office building to be erected here e
of base five congressional districts a senate from turn Orlando Sentinel Owen stop the figuring at Talla- we think the Interest of MarIon Santa Rosa About $1,000,000
Palmetto oU well. Mount Dora bill would have election of the ,which doe not come to the Star's hasse and play fair to all sections county would be given closer will be expended this year in erecting -
Oft ),[yer.-Tbomaa Edison Mount Dora to be fifth congressman at large. The ,exchange table via: of tile state we propose: Leave the attention by a representative Justas amusement resort on Santa
blYentor. had the A. Crate & Supply Company site of asphalt .senate passed measure authorizing For a long time It looked as four congressional districts as they able from that section of the Rosa Island. ,4
da bandaged fingers oft established here on political parties to call platform I though Orange county and central are and create the new fifth congressional state Marion ha always been Identified Winter Park $100,00 poet office
of acid today a. the plant. conventions after next years Florida would have to alt quietly district as the state atI&rl' with, politically and other building to be erected here as i
k. "-.011, received last Eustl Russel Duer purchased primaries. The senate has appar t>y and abide by the decision of the '. wise. soon a* site Is secured.
alb vhiton could. DOt shake Interest In Modern Cleaners.Bank .ently definitely killed the plan fora politician at Tallahassee accept So says: the Sentinel, but what S Work of grading Palm Beach: A:
Ia the The burna are Palmetto-Palmetto State or five cent tax per gallon ,whatever fifth congressional district are the facts In the case? When adIaoQKadJaoD,, Lumber mill highway from LaBelle to Fort fl.-
acI4 thea three
deep into the was aJda said. to have building remodeled into new on kerosene. The senate refused we might be assigned to and the reapportionment gerrymand. resumed operations. nand will start immediately., ,%
WhIch Sait tre.

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were: Miss Hazel Middleton. Miss N. Y. Physician Tells, spent the winter In Jacksonville, Those attending;:

Harriet Rltch Miss Mary Canova RISING passed through, here last Friday Heilbronn Springs were the brides tp
Mia Betty, Chamberlln. Miss An- Of Sargon9s PowersDr. enroute to their home in Michigan.She Norman father, 311,11'
HIM. Irk, ".Ra.. O*.. MCM Pearl If.raa. Cor. her brother
lflcl nie Mae Pearce Miss Clara Louise waa well know here as Miss ; Bertice and 11I4'tel'
Peek. Mis Leila Dea Andrews G. H. graduate Minnie Lee TUlis. Mrs J. R. Carroll and sister Mra. Ida Waters RaYlnond
Miss Lucille Mitchell :Miss Dora famous Bellevue Hospital Medical :Mr. Sand Mrs. Will Lewis and I Mr. and Mra. C. S. Laird and Miss Bertice Norman, were the Doris Waters, and

Manning, Mia: Estelle Davis Miss College New York was so .convinced family of Plant City are visiting daughter, Jean were visiting here guest of their uncle and aunt. Mr. the groom Miss mother and iBI<<
i AMERICAN LEGION Lois Adklns Mrs. J. R. Boring of of the"great good !In Sargon relative here*and in the Wateroak Sunday., and Mrs. J. ,M. Norman of Wood- and Mr. 'and Mrs Madrid r.

R; AUXILIARY MEETS WITH Lake Butler Mrs.: H. C. Brown of that. be recently declared: 8ecU >:. \ . Dr. E. L. Biggs of Starke was lawn Saturday night and Sunday. ,Tba.bride Vial j R. Can,

; MR& I* D. VININO Lawtey. Mrs. D. M. Harward. Mrs. "It is not what we eat that :Mr*. T. A)Crawford of Jacksonville caned to Mr. C. C. Melvin here Fri :Misses Ruby and Bertlce Nor- ta a peach silk very drew lovely

;; I :3.;fl. Ritch, Jr., and Mrs. a C. Hop- counts but what we assimilate. i* spending a while here with day. man and Doris Water, Raymondand Their many friends ands
:Mrs. L. D. Vinlng was hostess pe of Tampa. Tea guest were Mrs Sargon help. us get more good out her' children.. Leon Water and Roy Clemens wish them a long
i + Tuesday afternoon to the members A. A. Durden and Miss Hilda Dur- of our food thus aiding the natural ana bapPJ
of lied
Rev. and :Mrs. 3. T. Barnes attended the show at..Starka last life
of the American Legion Auxiliary den of Hampton, and :Mrs. J. H. building up of enduring strength
'' The meeting was opened with pray- Rltch Br.FLOWER. .. improved i Hellbronn' were visiting Mr. and EVERGREEN Thursday night. I Miss Ruby Norman
firmer flesh calmer nerves ?
Mrs. H. M.. McRae Saturday. 'Mia-: Norman and ill
Ruby Mr. 4
w unit chaplain followed I ping in Starke
ieI' by Staurda
to the flag brain power and a sense of I :Mrs. J. D/'Dobbs' the State Mrs F, A. RoaUr. Cor. Raymond Water were united in Miss Mildred .
Q by pledge allegiance Nol'DlaD
You eatwitha
''and the preamble. The minutes of SHOW physical well-being. I Farm was visiting her sister Mrs. marriage by Judge Gardiner at guesNon of her
i the previous meeting were read by keen appetite. sleep with a n.wl B. M. McRae Saturday.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Dan Boree and tile court house in Starke Tues Saturday cousin MIll,

r the secretary Mrs. IL A. Dew, and The :Madison Street Garden Club peaceful soundness and wake up i and :Mrs. Clayton Crawfordof chddren of Jacksonville, spent Sun- day morning at eleven o'clock. I nay.THISBANKIAYS. night Ill

approved. Report of officer sponsored a flower show at the with a feeling of renewed strength Jacksonville were visiting home day with Mr. and Mra. J. E. Rosier.

I y' 'y and 'committees were given. The Woman's Club Friday afternoonat and eD.rgy." folks here Saturday.Mr. Miss Gussia Mae Bennett of
8:30: o'clock. While those who actually, benefit : .- and Mrs. Walter Underhill 1
Mrs. Lucille K. Vinlng, the of Miss Paul-
president I Starke was guest .
from the use of Sargon marvelat - --
The club building on this occas- InWaldo Mr.
appointed committee to locate spent! Sunday visiting ine Rosier Sunday.
ion was beautiful with the effective the result of this triumphant and :Mrs. E. J.'McRae.
fr and decorate all World War Veterans 1 Mr. and Mra. J. D. Peele and
:' graves la Bradford and Union arrangement of flower of every compound only the, trained physicians Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Underhill and children, Mr. and Mr: *. Leslie Mc-
counties on Memorial day. variety grown in this section of the who have been retained to son. Albert, of Pine, Level section .Clellan were visiting B. E. Rosier
state at this time of the examine the formula can understand -
The next meeting of the Auxiliary year. attended church here and were din-
and mother Sunday.
will be a picnic supper Thursday The different prizes awardedwere wily Sargon Is now considered ner guest'of Mr. and Mr. H. M. Carl Reddish of Wateroak spent
a* follows: one of the great outstanding McRae
June 25th at Cadrelanding Sunday.
afternoon with his slater Mrs. Cohen
1, on KIngsley Lake. At The first prize of blue ribbons health giving remedies of the age., :Mr. :N ,D-.reieea.,.qf.#feilbronn Peele.Sunday ,
were awarded as follows: Sold' by Canova Pharmacy and Mrs. H rt. the State
/' this meeting the charter roll was ot Farm
J. M. Ros' and
Mr., and Mra. : r
closed and the following are the Best specimen of. Dahlia' -* Mr*. Starke; and .Lawtey Drug company were business visitors in this sec- B.E.Roalerand
children were visiting ,
{ thirty-three charter members of S. FHamrlck. Lawtey. tion Wednesday afternoon.Misses' .- ,
the Jones-Langford-White Post, Best group of Dahlia*-Mr*. L.a.PowelL . Elvis Edwards and LizzieHarnage mother Sunday. j
J. IL Sapp and daughter, -
Unit No. 66, Department of FlorIda of-'Wateroakspent the
: Best Zinnia*-:Mr*. F. P.. Flume !week-end here with ,Mrs- H. ),I. of Russell attended' church.
Best Easter Lilies-Mrs. EL M. here Saturday night.
Mesdames Lucile K. Vinlng, No- |McRae.
Thomas. Mr. and Mrs.: A. B. Rosier and
8 ble White Flora B. Cady :Misses Carrie Alvarez' of Pine '
Ray B11. BUrfcwrldtr, c... children spent Sunday with Mr.
: beautiful Tuft
Moat pot of Candy
:Mary A. Walnwrlght Lula Hutto. Level and Mary Mott Hellbronn
and Mrs! R. S. Rosier.'
-Mr.: L. A. Davia.,
Ia 'Irene Saul, Blanche Wainwright, The folks"here have now finished were dinner guests'! of Audrey Mc-
Mrs. Sweat of Jacksonville waa
Most: beautiful E
Roaes'-Mrs. ,
Edith W. Dew Huldah B. Corpen- Rae '
: M. Davis. digging potatoes, picking beans SundaysMr. visiting :Mrs..W,. R. Kersey Wed-
t fug Alice Langford Kathleen : and Mrs. and.Mrs.
and cucumber, and have now gone Dunkley .
nesday of.last week., ,
The largest Gladioli-Mrs L. O. _
:Montleth Edna H. Newsom. Delia ; .
to attending their crop 'tofclch'' Mable Denmark and.-children 'of
B. -Rosier Frank Crew and
Powell ,
t'' Hoover Jan!. Holtzendorf.: Eva M. 3ackaonwWewere Mrs.
were laid aside on account of ; visiting
R. 8.' Rosier visitor to
The Calendula andCornflowersMrs were
Thomas :.Vonda Inman, Bessie prettiest Dunkley'a-. atotor, Mrs. .
truck The Evelyn
J, H. Ritch, Jr. farming. potatoeswasof Starke Saturday. FAVORITES :
Slmmona, Inca Green, LavoralaGrlffls
Crosby ,
I Beat variety of six Gladioli-:Mr* Avery good yield. Their average Sunday. Mr.; and.Mr*. J. E. Rosier, and t. '
Sallie Jones', Beverly Cady was 00 to 78 barrels of,No._l to Mrs JXMcRae and daughter
O. I. Haynee. children were shopping ,ln Starke
Lucy Ann Dew Edith Jones, Oracle the> acre, and several carloads-Mvi of Crosby LaKe were visiting tMrs,,
Second prize of red ribbons were Wednesday of last week. At best the
part we play in the .
Mae Pitxer, of Starke; Eva Anderson left Duke station.Mr ,H.iM.. McRae'$im(ay. commercial
,':Mae B. Wells of Lawtey; Ruth awarded thus: J. B. Hancock and little :Mr. and,Mrs. W. T. Crosby and Several member of the Evang- life of our city is a difficult
Easter LJlUes Mrs.
'P. F.F. Flume. elistic,Brotherhood W Jacksonville,
Coleman McQlll Margaret Nannie Graham Duncan Jewel Klva- Rose*-Mr*. L. O. Powell. Ion J. B. Jr:, and little daughter family,were called to.the home of held an Interesting meeting at the .. !;*3j:; one. However, we wish to emphasize -,

Six second best GladloJiMI'II.m. Catherine, of Dukes spent Wednesday Mr..andOtfrs4-Mrlon.\ReddUU.<< on Baptist church here Sunday night. . .. the fact that 'stand
Rivers, Mildred Riven and Miss M. Thomas, and Thursday in Branford account: ot UN*,deathof'their son : is, ,we ready '

.Robbie, J Rivera, of. Lake' Butler.. Beautifully arranged basket- with her son and daughter. :Mr.and A. V. Reddish -which, occurred. Orlando '-':7' This city 'received. wi '.offer-the assistance of this institu-

y 'TR ;-<>:OUNTY i FEDERATION- :Mrs.W. B,Parka." :Mrs.''C..E.Dennioon.. ' Tuesday Dll'lat1't.Lawtey.,- $35,000 from COUQty'tuncL. Thrift '''tion to all persons of good character ,

,1KEUING; Collection of Blossom. *-Mrs. L, Mr.: and Mrs. J. B. Ware of"Jacksonville Mr.'and Mrai R.M.Crosby andfamily.werecalled : Accounts; and 'responsibility,
to Jacksonville
A. Davis. spent the week-end In I ,
a Duke with Mr. and ''Mrs. It Friday o* account of the death'of I B.. W. MARTINDENTIST '
:Members of .the Woman' Club Second in display-:Mrs. L. A. G. DR. Lets'Talk It Over
Davis: Crawford. Mr. Crosby mother, Mrs.: ,,Allen
A of Starke were hostesses to thei
For second beat pot plant-Mrs.P. :MIss Nettle Carlisle of Webster Btrictlln. We bit
i Tri-County Federation of Woman's are every as anxious to en-
'Clubs' Wednesday afternoon. .The F.'Flume. la going to spond the summer S (Phone 8$ Hour: 9 to 5

l club building was artistically deco Variety of annual*-Mrs. L. Q. months with her brother,and sister C Over Corpening* Drug Store Safety courage and assist the small farmer

rated with numerous baskets of Powell. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Carlton. BROOKER, Deposit as we are the big industrial corpo-

summer flowers. Honorable mentions were designated She will return to her home in Mil. FeWrt Gala.?. Cor.Mr Vaults ration. Come talk to our officers.
The meeting was called to order by purple ribbons on the following Webster after summer months are

t. by the president, Mrs. E. R. Strick- : Baskets-Mrs. R. A.i gone. *. Jim"Mott and children were
land, of Lake Butler. After the Weeks Mrs. W. B. Parks. Mrs. W.': Miss Elsie Brooke of Lake But- attending to' business in Starke 666 The BANK of STARKEAN
club song and collect Mrs. L. A. Q. Halle Mr. Powell Carpenter, ler and Mr. Hiler of Alabama were Saturday.Mr. .

Davis gave a welcome address Mrs. L. A. Dave.Collection I joined in marriage Saturday afternoon H. B.'Crosby carried Mr. C. HONOR BANK

which was responded to by Mrs. R. of Blossom and Gladioli We wish them many happy C.'Melvln to the hospital Gainesville LIQUID OR TABI.BTS
_.. ... '
S. Johns of Lake Butler, The an- -Mrs, F. F. Flume, years of married life. They will return last sunda,. We an wish Mn I 10 Rell_I..t M_i1..daea..r cheek ColA N th.Ial.. first In E. S. Matthews!!, Pres. B. J. Davis, Cashier

nual reports were given In response Hydrangea-Mrs. J. L. Peek. to their home in Alabamasoon. Melvin a.speedy recovery. ,:d.".....* ......11. Malaria la tare "

i to the roll call: Pot plant-Mr*. 1..A. Davis.' 'Mr.'' and Wit"AUen New, who **r 86 Salve for Baby's Cold.
JI< Lawt.y-Hr. W. E. Torode.Lake V Mr.' W. O. Dicks was theguest .L' --- =r'. .
u =- : , "
W. BI. S. ZONE -- --- --- --- -
Butler-Mrs.. : E. A. McDowell. MEETING TO' of.her. mother, Mrs. H. Dick Tuesday
BE HELD IN STABILE .afternoon. ,

1It Stark*-Mrs. L. A. Dav!.. meeting Mr. and Mrs. V, Dobson of Eller- CARL'S CORNER'In
The following officers were elect- A zone the W M.. S. bee spent the week-end In'Dukes I CASH

ed for the ensuing year: President, of the Methodist, church will be with Mr. and :Mr*. H.G. Crawford ',. "

Jkr :Mr*. Louis II. Hill. Lawtey; Vice- held in Starke at. the church on :Mr. and Mr*. W. W.Blackweldo S. R. Johns Building-Opposite Depot THE CHECKERBOARD STORE
:June 5th.
Friday AU the ladles of
spent Sunday with Mrs. S. Black-
President, Airs. J. E. :Maines, Lake '
Butler; Secretary-Treasurer, :Mrs.h the church are invited to attend.: welder.. Phone Ii'Starke, Fla. We Deliver
1 E. K. Perryman. There will be no circle meetingsduring :Mr. and Mrs. Leslie /'Bryantspent < ..

June.BIRTHDAY. the week-end with :Mr S. SELLING
u The program for the afternoon *
_ .
,J' was a round table discussion ont Blackwelder.
"What Mualo Means to U. In the PARTY Mis Ellen Blackwelder spent the SPEQ $ FOR FRIDAY SATURDAY -

;: I r i Home, School and Church" after Joyce Hayes celebrated her seventh week-end with her friend, MIss: Ef, : Carload of FeedsWe
SF Ii which the following numbers were fie :Mae Holton. < ,
birthday with a at the
rendered Mr.Ned Prtvett spent the'Week- ,
,. : home of her parent, Mr. and C. B. / '; AND MONDAY
-,t.. Solo: "Ohl Sweet Mystery of Hayes on May 22nd. end In Worthington . __ ,
Life" (b) "Southern Girl" Mrs. :Mr. H. Q. Crawford was a bual- .
4 'j iT ; Pink announce to the
rose were used In decorating I our customers ar-
E. McDowell.Piano.solo ness visitor in Lake Butler Satur .
f".A. the home for this merry .occasion. *. rival-of
a carload of Purina and single ingredient -
_ a l" the Fauns( ClJamItI The guest enjoyed day. ,
!:' node)-Mrs. H. V.' Knight. young Mr*. A. V. Blackwelder and children .MaxwelF House Coffee pound feeds to be sold direct'from car"'
outdoor game and contests, after ___________,29c
. '
{, 'It Vocal solo: (a) Sunshine of Your which'they were) served Ice cream spent Sunday with :Mrs. Ira to consumer. on the, siding near the ice
r. Smiles (b) :Memories Mrs. Cal Hancock CHARMBRlCOFFEE
'c, tl'' ico. ; and Twenty-two'cake.' young gueata spent I Mr. Moncey.Thompson; spent the .. f :i .. ____..'__h" _'-__ lIe plant, Tuesday; June 2nd, at a reduction of

z During the social hour an ice the afternoon week-end., In Worthington. .,', 10 cents a sack single feeds and 20 centsa
with the hostess. 10 lbs. New Irish Potatoes __.... .._...__'I2c
course was served by the following L ---- ,. sack on Purina Feeds. We list below a
1 '
hostesses: Mrs Lorenzo Green, NOTICE TEACIIE 'S EXAMINATION 3 lb. Can Crisco with few items to be on sale to idea as to
:Mrs. H. A. Dew, :Mrs. T. J..Alder.p cream pitcher or give an

,man Mrs W. B. Parka. BOOTSEY'S BEACHMr. 'Sugar:;;Bowl .. _.- ___________________, 64cNUGGAR prices,: ,
' '
BRIDGE-iiNGERIE Person desiring to take the
I teaoher' examination'will! reportat pound --.----------.->-------- 17c No. 2 Western Yellow Corn _____$L85

_ f, A delightful affair of ..Wednes and Mrs.: R. N., Crawfordand the Bradford County High ' "

day, afternoon was a bridge-tin- 'Children and :Mr. and Mrs. .School, Thursday, June I the 4th, PURE REAMERY'DU7TERlb..______ 27c White Clipped Oats _._________ 1.80
gerler shower given by :Miss. HaselAdldns Cecil Crawford and :Mrs. J..L. Gas- 1831.' Applicant will need pen,, 'i. ,.

and Mlsa Ruth ,Bternberg' kina, all attended church at Rock Ink and legal cap paper. 2 bars Laundry Soap___....._________.._- 5c Pure Wheat Shorts ......:.________ 1-SO
at the former's horn In honor of last Sunday.Mr. Examination wW begin promptly - .-.w '>.- .
'1 Miss Eloise Ritch.,Wbo Is soon to i and Mrs.'Charlie Crews and at eight o'clock. Large Cans B & M Brown Bread or Lay Chow. _ ..:_ 2 JO
_ be marrlecL' son of Jacksonville spent last Wed- P-3a-2t. A. J. Grlffi.'mipt/ '
ntertai.Ded'on nesday with ,Mr. and Mrs. L.. M. K-'s Oven Baked Means.... ... ....__._________,18c Egg Chowder 3 JO
The _. _
puta'.ere __
-<1,_, ,_, "._ .... ...,_._ ; ...

the decorated lawn for which the occasion.was effectively A color Murrhee.Mr. and Mrs. a B. Bush of Jack- ,eHEEffLonphorn. : pound __:..__--_____ 18c Omolene. _ _________________ 2J5
scheme of white.and, green pre aonvUle were''guests ,of Mr. and ..j ..of ) .- ; .. '

5 dominating. Placed"'& .at .intervals Mrv L**M Murrhee Sunday.: ATLAS ,;. 'r 'ALTACOtf. ,pound _... ___ 13t ,Red and Blue Kettle Horse and '
_ ''about were Miss Ruth Murrhee, returned "h"f' -,;oys v." .iout'-f, ,
the lawn tall bas Mule
p green Feed : HQ"Hen
.,__ ...: _
. -. -
+ ? kets home Sunday after a few day visIt *, ::: : .
filled with lilies and larkspur. The Standard Oil BACONtPLATESpound .. -... :- ..___ 10eSpountfjSUGAR -
j: The.players found their places at in Jacksonville: : Chow ?. _i...:..:._ 2.40
} the card table by means of talliesin Mr. and Mrs, Charlie Murrhee : white 1..1
Tire. : sacks ___. 2Sc
Guaranteed ,
bridal design.Punch was Mired and children of Green Cove Spring Winner Scratch '. ._1_ 2J5
& .during *the afternoon from a spent Sunday afternoon at,I.;, M.lIurrb. .Sporuul..1Jlicket"LARD "
d bowl cleverly concealed In, the ..'*. One,YearFrigklake, ,, ,.... ..:, ___________ fOe Corn: and'Wheat;Scratch'_ 2-30

moss draped fountain., MI'II./O. J. Kelly and children and S 1 '

Following the awarding of prizes Mr. and Mrs.' W. Crew and chil- ....' ....... pounds Black Eye Peds:, ._ __--:__;. 2Sc, 21 percent Protena Cow'Feed"___ 2 JO I
to,.Mrs. D. May Harward and Miss dren and Roy Williams aloof San -

a Duel Middleton for holding high derson.' spent Monday at L. M.Murrhee ,Pint Jar.fSllellortE... 'tc. Mayonnaise ----____?30c'' 18 percent Protena Cow Feed ___ 1.90
and second scores KIM Hazel Mid )'*. "

dleton In her pleasing manner directed :Mr. and Mrs..L B. Thompson and '2 Jars McCormtekfs Mustard _. .. ISc
---- and
the honoree' to the foot of son Ealy, spent a few day of last Buy from the car on the above date

a ladder, and told her to climb to week In Waycrosa, Qa.' ,the three year guar- 1-2 Gal l '"J T. Dill Pickles ____SSc save 10 to 20 cents per sack from our regular
y 'the top, and upon reaching the topa .. store under .
basket filled with lovely gifts Palmetto 'Palmetto 'Theatre aJtlBd'eledric :No. 1 Flat:Tins prices. You save and we save ,
was discovered; the honoree then reopened. refrigerator ., : Crushed Pineapple ___i__'lOc this method. Take advantage of this

showered gathered from the the gift lower which branches.'were 2* Ibs. PillsburyBesi( Flour_________->___ Jac,9616a,3'ilrsbury of feeds at the car next Tuesday, June

S The hostess presented Miss the time to buy '( Best Flour
;. ,, _-r-____i_ $335
JUtcb"with a dainty piece of lingerie -
For sale by
F' as a memento of the occas Ice Boxes lee Cream 2f lbnunrieyvuckle Flour
guaranteed ...__65c :

_ t 'Miss ion.Mtas Bitch Adieus each Miss wore Sternberg pretty long and Freezers, and Refrigerators Smith's' Service I '96 I bas drat. eysuckle Flour guaranteed'__$2.40 Bradford County Farmers

'moo ,afternoon frocks of flowered voile.
Mrs A." Z. Adkln assisted the Let U. ServeYou FREE- -FREE-FREE-FREE I
hostesses in-entertaining.; Fruit Supply CompanySTARKE''FLORIDA

'w>> salad heart shaped sandwiches, DENMARK : Station See Pony Displayed In Our'Window

,''h cheese wafers and ice tea were FURNITURE CO. '. -
i'rjr: nerved the players and tea guests. :
4 i, :\I "I ThoM" enjoying the afternoon T 'C.CHASTAINgr.: 'Starkey Fla. FRUITS ANDPRODUCEDA1LY(

.", tr ,lvlth' the hostesses' and honoree J :._ ;j "Plcone151.Nailj n. N. Prevail 30r.W4a ,
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u2 7b and Bill Edwards; were visitors i in Jones la an a.lunmacgne< Scott

,Gainesville Wednesday College and sbq and her daughterwill .

Bits of liter's.All varieties field peas at Kick- which exec attend Ise.will, on follow the' alumnue.-graduating Gainesville luncheon: Specials May 29th & 30th ti I

Evening News Tuesday.

Col. A. S. Crewe was In Lake '. -- --

cal.NCorac.rn Butler Monday attending court and Lewis Variety Store'Starke.

:r.. In Jacksonville business.Tuesday on professional Florida Pillsbury Pan-Cake Flour, 2 f for 25c

Our Ptopl Business and I
;,. ,
Mr. S. O" Lewis. 'owner of the
Mrs. J. People who know good Pancakes say Pillsbury Makes the Best
Progrssi of the County and Town.ce3tjJbl W. GrUXIs and daughtersand Rex: Jewelry Company la addinga ____ __
Grlffla and m
wife and son, variety store line to hU jewelryand

of Highland were ,visiting In optical business.. lIe will carry M-C SPECIAL Pure Cane BestSUGAR ;
__525252" :o Starke Saturday.Mr. a assortment of 10. IS, and
: ---- -- -- -------- good
Summer Suits light colors and 25 cent goods with a few special COFFEEGround '
HBATMEBBKPOBTiled weight at J. M. Alvarez. and Mrs. R. W. Mills and .lines up to $1.0O. There are five ,

branch, U. daughter Elizabeth; of Jacksonville tables filled with goods up to 25o- in our mill while U wait ,
by starke ,, were guests of Mr. and Mrs.
stock all new fresh. Mr.
Forestry DepaztonenL Dr. and Mrs., George F_ Lowry F. F. Flume for the weekend will continue to _carry his jewelry Pound Package 25c 10 49c
and daughter. Marguerite, visited pounds -
o ending May 27. 1931.Date friends In Penney Farms Sunday. line. Watches( clocks, diamonds, !! !

gyp'J Mrs. L. D. Green was in Gainesville and silverware with watch'repair. --- _.- .- -"----.. ._-..- ,
Max., Mm Thursday and while there Ing his specialty.-Adv.
The Beat Flour at the Lowest

y15 14 82 T9 '54 53. .._..:;... Prices at Andrews Store. took Ing. part in the Eastern Star meet- 13 Minute Oats = - - 3 packages, 25c I .1

86 59'M Dr. and Mrs.: J.B. Curtis of Orange
y 18 ..:... Mrs. J. C. Robinson Mrs. Llllle LAWTEr m .
M. -------- -------- ---- -------- 1
84 Heights, spent Thursday with S. LewIs James Lewis Q. Kirk, ,
y17 M... m HA. C.r.A. .
: rmr
y 18 888S 63' .01 Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Scott. Lewis Jr., and Lester Price Robinson FULL. CREAM Streak O' Lean-Streak: O' Fat

18 ; I spent Sunday in Jasper with s.
y ,
y20 90. 63- 1.34 Mr. and' Mrs.-Fv' A. Scott and relatives. V.'BellIllIIh, Dtes'at\ HU Dome In CHEESEIf

|t.a1lor week. -JD. Mr. :and,Mrs. .W.,,A. Scott were -----' ,I LawU? 11 White Bacon

21y22 88 .63 visitors In Gainesville Friday. .i -- its good cheese you want, come in
Y ''AI ( 68'. .. Fruit jars caps and rubbers atKlckllter's. The many friends pf A* V. Red '

85 ,89 Miss MaudeMitchell of St. Augustine dish were grieved to- learn pf his Pound --18c Pound 12cI
y23I - - -
'77 .56. sudden death, spent in Starke
24 Saturday
Mrs R. C. Dowling and family
82 63 . parents. Mr. and Mrs.; Marlon Red.
y25 with friends and Mrs. J. J. Williams and son, -- -- -
86 ...65: :. dish Tuesday night May"10o'clock. .

y26i27 89 62 .27 CoL D. E. Knight attended courtin Jimmie Tuesday with of Jacksonville Mrs. W. E. Middle-spent I : I
Van -29c |
Total rainfall for week, .27 In. Lake Butler Monday and Tues ton. He was only alCk a few hours Camp's4large cans -
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all&at $
S r._ with double pneumonia, and f
day. _______ ____n__.. ,
Is bands could do were to .- -- _._ _. .
lurs. C. U Morrow of Tampa, loving -- -- -
:Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Rigdon of
e, guest of :Mrs. F. A. scott. $3,79/ buys a bag of whole grain Jacksonville; accompanied by Mrs no, avaIL CLEAR BROOK. BEST GRADE
which was' largely
Rice at Andrews. Store.. J.' L. Corbett, of Tampa, spent N
I A. Z. Adklns) attended -. Sunday with their parents Mr. and attended the Baptist
urt t In Lake Butler this week. .:Mr. and Mrs: D. A.Montleth and Mrs. J.. J. Rigdon.. church of whlch'fce was a faithful his BUTTER Compound Lard2Pound22c
and conducted by
member was
.. family, and Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Davis -

Jfor cool,, summer suit see and f&l:1lly.were visitors in Dr. and Mrs. James Chase of pastor, Rev. iChapIn of High
your ohoir composed of
Gainesville Thursday. Jacksonville, and Dr. and Mrs Edd Springs. The Pound 28c s
j M. Alvarez.Mrs. Chase and son Dick, of Ocala Mesdames W. BV Moor,W.i!H: Edwards ,

visitor Mrs N. D. Wainwright spent, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. C. ,'X* H. Hill and Rev. Christy . ._ ,
ese ,
( L. D. Green was a sweetly sang "Rock. of Ages," with -------- es s -
several days in Tallahassee i last Hoover for- tbet'week-end.
\ Wednesday.. '
Jackso N. D. -n Mr*/'G'A.'Aadftrs t at the piano. MEAL
week with her husband Rep. :
A)" V.' was"born" November 19,
...1 Wainwright I Mrs. .B. S Carroll left Sundayfor
I Price Robinson was a %
Lester 1913 and died :May'19, 1931. being
her husband Rice,5Pounds22c
rill Gainesville Wednesday ; Daytona to Join and six months Grits 8Pounds19c
Mr. and Mrs. N. Sternberg.Mr.I Dr. CarrotLShe. was accompaniedby Just fourteen years< xr
tim.'cI1 his death.He was ,
old at the
W.Anderson and and :Mrs. Junlus Smith and Mr. her sister Miss Lola Long who
I Mrs. calla C. Wall the there. the pride of his)parents and it was --. -. ... --- --_. __.- .- .- -,.- -
Sam Anderson and and Mrs. H. spent : will visit her
and Mrs. loss to then in his passingaway
n, spent Friday" In Archer. week-end at Kingsley Lake. a great. w NO. 1 OLDPOTATOES Goodwife Self rising FLOUR
Mrs. James Hamlln and eon _

| At ANDREWS STORE, New lot Get your Pajama Cloth at Andrews James Jr., of Danville, Va., and The Boy Scouts attended of which the he fun wasa
true member
1.25 Store. Mrs. Frank D. Upchurch of St. 24 pounds 75c
lies dress and work shoes After the funeralat -
Augustine spent the week-end with eral in a body. ;,
p. and Mrs. George F. Lowry Davis. the church he was carried to
Dr. Mr. and Mrs. L. A.

j Mr. and Mrs. RaY' Colley of and Marguerite Lowry and Miss Kingsley Lake and laid to rest under 10 23c pounds 39c
in a mound of beautiful flowers pounds - -
Hampton are guests of Mr. CoUeys Eatella Kendrick spent Saturday Miss Hazel Adkins Miss Ruth friends and rela
carried by loving
Jacksonville.Dr. and Miss Kstelle Ken
rents,Mr. and Mrs:J. F. Colley.Mrs. Sternberg tives. He leaves to mourn his loss
drlck will attend the d

I Orrle Wiggins :Miss Louise and Mrs. W. H. Mitchell and prom at the University of Florida his parents and three also sisters one.
Jewel.and Evalee
Leonard and Miss Guasle Mae Ben- son Joe of Lakeland will spend Friday. Gladys
besides a
the week-end with Mr. and Mrs. J. brother James.Reddish
ctt spent Friday In Gainesville. friends
number of .relatives
M. MitchelL Miss Ruth Sternberg leaves Sunday

I At ANDREWS-Sea the new for Atlanta, Ga., to visit her The pallbearer: were intimate

jssUo Nine Tube -Superhetero- Andrews Store wants your business brother. Sammy Sternberg, a student friends and, were: Harrell.Halite -Jones Billy, ""'hero Satisfaction 111 a Ce.talnly" ;
and will dollars Atlanta-Southern Dental Dutch Harley".B.U1
give you your
1IIe.. ., worth on'anything you purchase.Mrs. College. Wainwright>rnon Rowe and
Claude Rowe. ;The family have the I
| Mrs. T. J. Griffin and Mrs. J. C. .
>ver motored to Gainesville A. Z. Adklns, Misses Hazel Mr. and Mrs. Fred Vlnlng of Ft. sympathy of the entire community.Card .,
and Lois Adklns and A. Z. Adklns, Lauderdale and and Miss Da Vlnlng -Lp--; here "

eaday. Jr., were visitors'. In'' Gainesville .of Miami were guests of Mr. and of Thanks '* 'Mr. and Mrs. F. R.' Carradlne ,

I Mr. and Mrs. M. S: Hayes of Tuesday' Mrs. L. D. Vlnlng several days last We wish to1*thank our many .spent Sunday evening in Jackson "

Haven :Monday In "" week. frlenda who were so kind and dear ville.
core spent .
fetarke with relatives.. Mrs. O. J. Griffin returned Monday I to us In,,the sickness and death of Miss Florrie Terry! was a visitorto CANS and
from Jacksonville where she Miss Vera Claire Robinson returned our darling boy: ; and brother. His Jacksonville Monday.

Miss Hazel Middleton returned ,visited her, sister Mrs. W J. Griffin. Sunday from a visit In Jasper ,going has been so hard and a placeIs E. E. Burney was transacting ?t

om Jacksonville Tuesday after a ,and was accompanied by her vacant In our home which never business In Starke Monday.

k'lalt with relatives there.At cousin. Miss Kathryn Lewis who can be filled. .V Especially do 'we Mr. and Mr. H. R. Sapp werevisiting Canning SuppliesNo.
I Miss Helen Bryce returned to her will spend a while with h.r.., want to thank lit. Biggs who work. In Starke Friday.

ANDREWS STORE-See the home in Bryceville Sunday after ed so faithful to keep him with us. Mrs. B. II:. Reddish and baby of
EW MAJESTIC RKFRIGERA- I spending a while here with Mrs. J. Mr. and Mrs. A. IT. Hall and Also the following+ :! ones who gave Jacksonville are visiting Mr./ and and No. 3 Cans-Can Sealers and Cook.

DR. E. Corpenlng. baby Sharon with Misses Edna such beautiful flowers to cover the 111'.. Volley Reddish.Mr. er -.Glaus Jars.

and Carrie Hutto spent the weekend mound where ..Ow sleeps State and Mrs. Clifton Brown are

Mrs.N. T.Bitch and :Miss Madge ANDREWS STORE WANTS In Wildwood Oxford and Cole Farm people Boy Scouts Ladles' spending sometime at Kingsley dealers for Reduced Prices. 1
CHICKENS AND EGGS. man. CbU W. M. It. la- Big many years.
lleton spent Monday in. Jack- AId, .0. A. ren. Lake.. f dies 'and other*. 'Vay\'\ God bless .
Mr. and.Mrs. F: A. Caaova and Mr. and Mrs. J. M.:Brownlee and 'each and every,one. Gratefully Car Load on Hand Now \

Gerald'Middleton: .*.spend- little daughter Mary Ann of Bush- Martha Brownlee left Wednesday Mr. and.)Mrs.:Marioa Reddish
nell spent the week-end with Mrs. for Atlanta Ga., to attend the and children. HAMPTON

i several week. days" In Jacksonville. E. E. Canova.Mr. graduation exercises of James William '---' MIX A.. NlMBi*. .,... The Kilgore Seed Company i iDade \

. Brownlee at the Atlanta. Friends- of Mr. and Mrs. D. E. f

Mrs. Herbert Hart and mother and Mrs.,C. N. Christy and Southern Dental College.Mr. Bennett of Clarf ndon. Va.. are'receiving Mrs. Josephine Sullivan visited GAINESVILLE 't'
J. C. Manning are spending Mrs. S. R. Johns left Sunday for announcements of the arrival her sons Cleveland and A. L. Sullivan .

week in Surreney. Ga. Pittsburgh Pa. and other points J. A. Long and son, Jack oLive of a little daughter named this week. 5

In the north on a visit. Oak were visitors of Mr. Margaret Eastman Bennett born Mr. Dover, of Wildwood who has

At ANDREWS STOREPeteran and Mrs. T. B. Massle Friday. They May 22nd. Melts" Bennett was been relieving one of the S. A. L.

Batiste 29o.yard. ANDREWS STORE WANTS were accompanied home by Mrs formerly Miss Blanche Burney operators returned to his home f

HOME CURED MEATS. Long who had been the guest of daughter of Mrw.. and Mrs K. B. last Monday. .

Ulos Minnie Gruber of Jackson"Ule Mrs. Massle for several days. Burney of Lawtey.Dr. Rev. a. P. :McGauley preachedat STEAM PRESSING COMPANY ,

Is the guest of her slater. :Mrs Mr. and Mrs..Charlie Shepard and :Mrs. J- H Carradlne of the Baptist church last Sunday SUITS CLEANED, PRESSED AND RESHAPED .

A. Saul and Mrs. Fuqua of Billiard were Paul Knight is spending a few Orange Park spent Sunday with morning and evening. Both services J. Frank Thoman Phone S3 ,
guests of Mr. and Mrs C. A. days In Orlando this week pest their son..F. R.tCarradlne. were well attended. A short ;

Mr. and Mrs J. A. Saul will Knight Tuesday. of a college friend, Mr. J. 1 E.!: Noble Mr. and Mrs.J. H. Moore left conference was conducted by the City ,::-Construction' 01-the l.tb. day of ;;;.. lSbl;I the un--

I leave< Sunday for Atlanta where He will-return to Gainesville for last -week for south Florida1. church. At the close of the evening cottages for' Retired Minister derlsned; guardian for Willis MaeBrown ,

|they will spend a week. Mrs. Flossie Marion Turner of the week-end and Is expected home Moore going to Ft. Meade and Mrs service the church voted to Home progressing rapidly. ; Cordelia Brown and W. A

Jacksonville spent the week with Sunday for the summer vacation. Moor to.Tampa to visit her daughter begin a series of revival meetings' Arcadia- George Caves installed .' Brawn Jr., Minor heirs of W. A.

Get a pair of suspenders at An- her parents Mr. and Mrs. J. J.': will :Mrs C. T. Mayo. on Sunday, June the 14th and to new equipment in his bakeryand Brown 1100. cieo.doaeaaed.A. Oardlner will apply county to>.d tko.eof a

drew. Store. Rigdon. Friends of Merton F. Clark t.Mn. B. RTbde: /And-daughter. continue Indefinitely. cafe on West Oak street: Bradford County, Florida, for
be pleased to know he has succecs- Tuesar'iaJacksonvihlf ." of Leesburg, order to cell at private. tale Ibo o s-
I GuUda Marie, spent Mrs. A. A: Futch PeasacoU $3,600,00 bridge fourth. undivided Interect each of
Judge Adklns and State's Atlor- sWeet'potato' plants, '1-CO per fully completed his engineering. 4 *U\ra:: .1. Is the guest of her sister Mrs Lot- across Pensacola bay will be form aid/ minor* In and to the following; ".

H.' v. Knight held court in thousand. ,at Klckllter's. studies at Trl-State College Angola 'The many friends of Mrs. .Joe tie Watterson this week. ., ally opened June 12th. deaorload Bradford County land ,lylnaand Florida to 1I.ln..wil la
z ;
. Butler this week. Ind. He will have the degrees Brown will be ptaased to learn she Mr. O. K.Prince and family, of Cross City Green's Grocery The Weit.Twtlve< 111) ..Acre .. ,
- Mrs. J. L. Corbett of Tampa returned of B. S. in Mechanical Engineering has moved back''to Lawtey after' Tampa.' were' the guests of Mrs. store remodeled qu.rt.r eke North of Half the 80..UI..1 of the quarter Bout II.'of" f

to her home Thursday after and B. S. in Chemical Engineering an absence of several years. Prince' aunt. Mrs Elsie Sparkmaa' eotlon Twenty-three lash Tow_ 4.j.,

spending a week with her parents Dr. and :Mrs Wttmot Browa;>nd and cousins Mrs: Jennie Roper and NOTICB GUARDIAN SAIB .hlp ty-two SU' (tb ii)>,Waet.south,of :Baase .Twem- I'Till. I

GENT T A Mr and :Mrs J. J. Rigdoa. Those attending the Second District young son, of Pennsylvania, areapend1D1' Mr* A. A.. :McDonald last Saturday Ittb day of May, 111.KJBATA .
WORD American Legion Conference time at the bone of and Sunday' Notice J.:; Mrs. some days/ after date h.r.of on twitj; .-..-K-a.i.). OoardlaituoroHT ..1
Mrs J. J. Rigdon. Mrs., T. In Lake City Sunday were: big parents Dr. and Mrs. O. W. Mr. Benjamin Beasley of Gainesville

COLUMN Moore and Miss Eva Rigdon spent I N. D._ Wainwright Mrs Willie Brown. t was visiting friends here this .or Taste HOARD or HO"I Tmi' rncBa, CITY or STASIMSI .
rl.ORIUA. .O"TH or AralL, 1551 '
A. .
_ several days in Jacksonville recently Stringfellow. Mrs. L. D. Vlnlng. Mrs. F. R. Carradlne and Miss week DJ.IIDVIUIIIIIIICNTaiI

VOlt BALI!: CHEAP One Ford with friends and relatives. I J. Thomas O. Kirk Lewis Wooten.N- D. Louise Thede left Monday for Tampa Mr. and" Mrs C. J. Weeks of -----------rroh ____... .

wf!i160' disc and plow. J. II.tcheu Wainwright, Jr.W, C. where they win visit Miss Alice Jacksonville are visiting. friends O. K. Btan/abn ry, BaL on salary ffor March __...u.-..._.;:.-' ....
cents buys twenty-i Dom Frigo. Charlie Wllkerson L. week. and relatives hers Berry Johna, fia on alary March ,.-.._.-____.t-______._ .....
starke. 0-18-tf. Sixty-five : Qrey for .a . Bank of B'.rkLabor MI.OO, water ref |..... plant supplies 1)1.04
--- four pounds real good Hour at Andrews ; D. Vining and Willie Stringfellow j. T.' Moon"Va*' transacting r.' L. Oglesby. who has been Car. CEP. Ill.17. paint tank 17.10 ___ ..-Tr----,;._..,, ,,, ,-, HI Itl(
"ANTED : Store I Valdosta Monday. transacting business In Georgia Bank of Starke unto iralrbanka-Moreo/ a, COW _,....__
Maa to in
grow berries Ezelle, who was business J. O. Christopher' Water De.." eupplU* ...-.LJ-____ Jtt.11l r:
011 Bhare': 1'.I-J.f miles Rev. Henry | Mr.' aDd Mrs: R. R. There bad and Virginia, Is spending a few rieneral KlectrM Supply t.:.., electrlo/ Dept. duapllee __?__ 11.11
south Stark. C. returned Wednesday II formerly a popular conductor on Weetlnshoaao Elootrlo Snpply Co., eleatrle ... __
of, '!' ,Mrs. O. Bryant their dinner guests Sunday evening days with his family here. Dept. .pp. Soil
J\ tt. as ......___ ...
but for the C. A. Vutch. BaL on salary for clerk B. T. !.
Hampton, J'Ia. 8-22-2t from St. Matthews, S. C..' the Seaboard Railway Mr.: and Mrs. Herman Thede Mr. and Mrs A. Lane of Tampa, Neptune Meter Co Water Meter --_-._-.?__? .?. ,.. ___ ...*.
- where she has been visiting relatives. past 23 years has been in the ministry of Jacksonville. ... t.. , are the guests of their daughter Bradford County Telesraph, pnklUblnatatera/ .n4 ___ ... AmAY. it
y* conducting a series of <\ Ntarke Telephone Company phone .rvlce -.....__..____ 5,55
;? pIANO SALE -New studio ..' is church i :Mr. arid Mrs4. C4feirWnIteheadleft. Mrs. C. A. Blrt this week. Ford Motor Box Co., Water meter luppllea ._?___,_____ ...*
g"J 29800. One'new : meetings at the Methodist ..SaturdaR.faratrtpxto Ala. ... .. " Oulcley and t>avt., euppllea/ for plant rrm, .j-j___.. '$.! yr
Baby Dale' interest ls manifested. A ( Market opened Falrbanka-Moraa/ Co. ena-lne part __, _: _, ___. 44.i4S.O e
$33000, ,Rebuilt, pianos Mrs. IV V. Turner. Mrs Much other towns bama and North CarotiaLawrnca.DdnMp Bartow-Smith K. r. Clark, .."' ..,. half month April __,.___?. ..'",_,,, ,".,,100."
(Narent.edh I'MOO Choose Vanafckel and Miss Lolselle Turner, number of people from :was a visitorto for business at corner of Wilson O. IB. 8on.Dvr"r salary half month AprilBerry ___.__---_.,.y,. *
i been attending these meet- .'7 half month April ..______ a00
flour piano frqra these time non- motored to Jacksonville have Jacksonville Tuesday.: and Summerlin streets. Check turned down.. . ... ... ..., ..r.1.s..
. In&kes the day. toga several days Arcadia F. EL Brick opened
and spent
::: J4athWlhek, WurU- Green Teston spent ... __._ ______ _
Cable week. auto parts 'salesroom 821 North Total dlahumementiRECAPITULATION ------ __ _.______ ,__.+JU..7. #
Er" **. Schultz Baldwin. in'JadI oaV1r. the past ; '
piano dogbly'guaranteedtorn :Mrs. W. J. Epperson and Mrs., i Mrs. DeWItt C. Jones Is Jeav1D1'Thursday Mr.aad Mrs. Rlckeabacker ofBUrkS Polk avenue. April let amount on hand _.- .. _-._---.,_-_..".... I
Tuesday in for Decatur Ga., to attend work la Caloosa- April loth, .receipt __ __...,..,.i,..________ be0Les .1
Viers: COMPANY. Dale Vanslckel spent commencement .exercises at were YiatUIICIn Lawtey Dredging' April oth. dl.bur..m.nt. _ _-. .....__u....,.;; 41 IT.14
erly Music Bboppe Lawtey with Mrs. George Anders; Sunday hatch* river"progresulngWest Amount to balaae. .y...._,.r.. .r' Tn ......._ I.t..... {
8 her
Agnes Scott College, Palm Beach Tropical Sun.
o S isle and Ocala; son. Jones being a memberof The many friends of :Mrs. Jesse |4"'.1Q 14'1'.10, ,w
7*4. Miss EUse to team Tarpon Springs Grocery storepesed
: will be grieved
to.hL:: r SaUsfatioa 7M GreeaCPUno oft Kr Edwards Miss Lou the graduating class. Mr. J'Mrs< money
j 5-4t. Ise' Edwards! Miss Glee Shepard will Join Ws_.wife. Sunday


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i Garden, Cows, Hogs YOUNG DEWBERRYNOW As they feel thy solid bastion, fear. t

And Chickens Help GROWN HERE ( John 'Coffin, Johnstown, And can cross without a fear. Panama ',

FARM NEWS SECTION Farmers Live at Home -. GrownIn Florida, in commemoration of the of lap rcy Pace cw?**
New,Type of Berry Being I staunch p
the Brooker Section Of- opening of the bridge betwen Un- Let, oh bridge, thy com- Grocery Co.Bradenton. **

(By Spuds Johnson.) ion and Bradford counties, May 14, pleteness.
Possibilities -
fera aU to stand as true; PoIJIseWa
with Teach men
district agent
' Bill Nettles, DabJ
Conducted By Corporation took
1931.) without favor. over Ice
Do their duty
It's too
I the Extension says '
I* T. DYER County Affect bad can't Into hibernationat Several cups of the Young dew- Teach them this while crossingyou. department of Vest Florida
we go Ice Cream
MISS PEARL JORDAN Home Demonstration Agent the close of each shipping season berry were brought to Telegraphoffice Built upon a sure foundation Corporation.

and wake up Just precedingthe Friday by F. J. Pattee. who Over swampy treacherous Dade City WUUam 8hot .
next crop season. Then our secured the fruit from the farm of stream, Let this bridge, oh, Bradford Un purchased quick lunch and coots
Over 200 ?-11 Club I grocery bills would be reduced t In the Brooker section. Here at last 1s- consummation IonStand Uonery business of Thomas JaZon
\VHUF FARM PROGRAM and we would not have to worry H. Gordon Which waa heretofore a dream. as joining of our best; Pasco and Seventh street
Boys Will Gather "The Voice ef about where the next meal is comIng Mr. Gordon baa one acre of this Stand aa spirit of advancement. ICey West Bids asked forClla-
si, For Short Course Flerl4a"I I from In the off' seasons. fruit and Is now enlarging his field I Binding close two fertile; counties.In Aid us each to stand the test. .tructlon of new $70:1,00: poet oni.
However since we can't hiber- to six: acres. The fruit la as largeaa a bond of friendship strong; building.

ri Gainesville, Fla.-Some 200 winning With the nate and must eat Bill says the the strawberry, has a fine flavor Tls old Bradford with new Union: Now in future we can vision. Fort Myerc :Miss Von a In.
4-H club boys from every section Gainesville Fla. next best thing is for us to grow and comes Into bearing about the Which together lived so long.In I Fertile fields on every hand; ence took over Coffee Shop tail
Florida Farm Hour scheduled for our own eats ao we won't have to time the strawberr'es! are through North and South combine together, tag Central Hotel.
y of Florida will gather here noon each day next week and the spend so much money for grocer- bearing. Mr. Pattee Is making division they are happy; Raising food to feed the land. Four miles of base on P8l&ta
itil ' June 1 for' the annual boys' 4-II actual broadcast of a 4-H club es. In other words, Bill says we preparations for planting an acre Both now work for better goal; Florahome link of State Roa4l1

club short course, according to Information campfire June 5, the University of must produce more of our living at at this time and believes growerscan Both are growing all the faster, Yes, oh bridge, thy spirit truly 28 completed.
R. W. Blacklock: state Florida Agricultural Extension home. Particularly la this true in market all they can grow thru Than when working as a whole.As Has a right to somewhat boast, Oroveland-Prank CorUse ton
'' boys' club agent, bas Just received Service has Just announced another years when our "cash" crops have the same sources of distributionnow For your body binds together over Groveland bakery formal
from 34 county agents. A week series of agricultural broadcasts failed to bring in a great deal of used in marketing the strawberry today thefbrldge we vision, Roads: which reach from coast to operated by Mrs. Peggy Kurtla
a filled with demonstrations field from state radio station WRUF, cash although it's a good plan any crop. Strong and stately through the coast. Arcadia -A. & P. Grocery sir!
tours, and talks as well as fun located here. Outstanding 4-H year Unlike strawberries the Young years will move to newly remodeled qua.
i has been planned for the boys. club boys from 11 counties, county Bill says that a home garden, dewberry la good for 15 years with- Let us look with happy feelingTo Let us leave you, knowing fully. ters In A. J. Dozier building, Wa:
q h Regular courses are to be given agents and other state extension chickens, cows, and hogs ire good out replanting,.coming Into bearing the future which it cheers. That your duty you'll do well Oak street.
in horticulture livestock raising, workers, and two speakers from things to have around the farm. I the third year.. They are set seven And thy sturdy body stand there Bunnell Southern Potato products
poultry raising dairying, pastures, tha U. S. Department of Agriculture The chickens, cows, and hogs pro- feet in .Tows" nine feet See the thousands crossing dally. Weaving well your magic spelL Company plant operating fUll
farm mechanics record keeping Washington will speak during duce food which can be used all 'apart and the vines are trained on Fleeing north's dread winter capacity.

agricultural writing and leader- these broadcasts. The com- the year. The borne garden shouldbe a trellis. Plants can be secured in storms. And thy body1 bear the legend, Tallahassee Ruge Hall, DII
ship. The Instructors will be state plete program follows: going all the year. There area limited quantities from Mr. Gordon See the trucks which take our. Of the dead who went from her Student center at Florida Collt)!
extension specialists, Includingseveral Sat, May SO-Florida Farm number of women who are work- according to Mr. Pattee, for products, Dying on the field of battle for Women, dedicated.
ii county agents, and I. W. News and Hints.. U. S..Farm Science ng with their county home demonstration setting at this time. Additional Aa the long procession forms.
,. Hill. In charge of 4-H club work Snapshots. agents who have at least information regarding this varietyof
tot the southeast. Boys who have Mon., June 1-Timely Farm two fresh vegetables from their fruit IB given below from the Let's forget the year of.trouble,
attended previous ahort'courses Jobs and How to Do Them-J. gardens available each day In the pen of George M. Darrow, as car- Thinking not of gloomy past;

will be given specialized courses, Francis Cooper, extension editor. year. Of course, part of the time ,ried in the 1927 Agricultural year But look forward to the morrow, UNLOCKthe
while those who havq not will take Farm Reporter at Washington there are a much larger number book: And a great success at last.
{ a general course. Tues., June 2-The Pecan Nut than that. II The Young dewberry variety Is

t1 The entertaining features include 'I Case-Bearer W. Walker Ex- The hot summer Is not an ideal remarkable for Ita. dessert and cull- Noble bridge, thou hast a'spirit,
d a swimming meet, baseball games periment Station Pecan Labora- time for growing garden vegetable I nary qualities vigorous growth, Which is Just to every man; 4, Door
e between county groups, mass tory. The Horticultural Crops of In Florida. However, with a little and disease resistance. Its fruit Is Let it speak to those whose cross
games at night, picture shows, anda Ofcaloosa County, West FloridaJ. persistence, a very good gardencan large for a dewberry, deep wine thee,
campfire. The boys who study W. Malone, county agent. What be kept going throughout the i color, Juicy, sweeter and richer Helping them their troubles
?, agricultural writing' will edit Marlon County Poultrymen Think year. There are several garden than the Logan blackberry or the span. to Volume
"Dally Doings," a mimeographed About Vaccinating for Chickenpox crops which can be planted now. 'Lucretla dewberry. The plants are
T( paper which creates considerable -Clyde H. Norton, county agent. It might even be worth; while to more vigorous, propagate even Let aid
interest each year. Wed., June 3-My 4-H Club Experiences select a shady location for the sum more freely and-arrf more resistant These thy two spirit counties cementing In their work. and More
} A part of the campfire, as well -R. J. Joyner, Hlllaboro mer garden,since garden crops will to anthracnose and common leaf- to them who bos
cross thy
L as talks by 11 club boys, will be county Clyde Cadenhead, Oka- grow better. during hot weather if spot diseases than either of the Speak.
broadcast from state radio station loose; Tom Lamb, Orange: Chas. hey are given partial shade. Pests, above-mentioned sorts. These om.Teaching, them shirk.
+ WIIUF.,, The campfire is scheduled flitter, Liberty. How a Club Boy's particularly Insects, will have to be characteristics have led the United no duty PROFIT

to go on the air from 9 to Demonstration Brought Cover ought also. But the garden will States Department of Agricultureto Let the brotherhood of tourists.ADVICE
9:30: Friday night, June 0. Billy Crops to Jefferson' county-E. H. be.worth, the price. recommend a thorough trial of ,
Iii Matthews, former club boy and Flnlayson county agent. The Val- i this variety for home use and for /
1, now teaching In Orlando, will be in ue of Local Organization in 4-H the local market and also for the
charge. Speakers will be :Mr. Club Work-E. P. Scott, county I general market. If you have a really

Blacklock Mr. Hill, ,and the two agent, Escambla county. HINTS TO HOUSEWIVES For the last three, years the (good product, stockor

i' boys who will represent Florida Thurs., June 4-The Importanceof I Young dewberry has been widely service, Tell The
at the National Club Camp InWub1n&'ton the Proven Sire for Building a Weekly from Home Demonstration tested. As a result of these teats MANY RCCCIVC' IT--- '""
; Arlington Henley, Dairy Herd-A. B. Nystrom, extension Specialist, Tallahassee it Is known to succeed well In cen- THe WISE PROFIT- BY 61i..w"Sometf. IT* World. Use your

Walton county, and Jack Platt, I senior dairy husbandman, I tral and eastern North Carolina,, ,- newspaper as an ad medium -

i' Marion county. U. S. Department of.Agriculture.The USES FOR PLUMS in Georgia, Alabama, Mississippi,, / Advertisers in this
: The other 9 boys will tell of their Trench Silo In Walton county Louisiana, eastern Texas and Call offered free use
club experiences and will speak between -Mitchell Wilkins county agent. paper are
Florida is favored with many Varieties fornia. It is promising also In the
i 12 and 12:43: p. m., Wednesday Black Medic Clover Proving a of plums, and they can be Puget Sound region of Washington, of the Stanton Newspaper -
+ June 3, and Friday, June 5. Popular Cover Crop in Dade county made into a large number of delicious Although the northern limit of Itt Advertising Service
they will be R. J. Joyner, HUla.orou&h -C. H. Steffanl' county agent.Tn .
dishes, for either present or successful culture is not known, it t -with its wealth of
) county; Clyde Cadenhead, ., June 4-My 4-H Club Experiences future.. use. Try canning them, should be tried from Virginia .....Bill,the nuniktt wttc:*
)kaloosa; Tom Lamb, Orange; -Tutch Lee, Santa Rosa making plum olives, plum salad, southward to northern Florida and coma from them who became win smashing illustrations

Zharlea Ritter, Liberty; Yutch i county; Herbert Fritz, Palm or plum cream pie. westward to Arkansas. and eastern l lomof Dolatel hit, John bud tufferad_/ the complete t ,,! and potent copy.
by fira. He h.lutt
Santa Rosa Herbert Frit Beach Edward Little Dade Han
Lee ,
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; Canned Wild Plums Texas. ( enough liMuranc to cover tin I .- -......--
Palm Beach; Edward Little, Dade; lei Cavenaugh, Leon: Curtis Stam Take 10 pounds of fresh, ripe Because of Its high dessert qual IIIOIIp&e.N
Hansel Cavenaugh, Leon; and Curtis baugh, Hernando. plums, three pints of water and ity, the 'fruit of this variety hat I FIre II to b* fund Canada row. Use the STANTON Service
Stambaugh, Hernando. County Each of these programs will be- seven pounds of sugar. Wash fruit, sold for much more than that oi --- -.tDdql
E. II. and E. P. at 12, and last for 45 FREE TO OUR ADVERTISERS
Agents Flnlayson gin noon, boil sugar and water together, add the blackberry or the common dew
Scott will also speak about club minutes. The weather forecast the plums and let boll 3 minutes. berry. The National Preservers'Association '
4 work. on the Wednesday program. will be given early in each pro- Cover and remove from fire. When research laporatorjhas HAROLD C. WALL

S'1 gram.. cold, or the next day, drain off tested the variety for preserve Bradford County Telegraph
NATIONAL BROADCAST The campfire will be broadcast juice and boil it B minutes. Add and has reported that It made amore INSURANCE
-- from 9 to 9:30: Friday night, June plums and again aet aside. When attractive product In flavor,
s Washington D. C. Another of 6, and over 200 boys attending annual plums are tender clear, and. no texture and color than the black STARKE FLORIDA,,
the National 4-H club programsand short course here will partici-
For commercial
longer float on top of the some berry. making
music achievement tests will pate. Besides 4-H songs and yells, the G
what heavy syrup, put Into atert- preserves laboratory recom- ---
l be broadcast over an N. B. C. net. Arlington Henley, Walton county, mends and
Uzed jars, seal and simmer pint equal parts of sugar
work from 12:30: to 1:30: p. m., and Jack Platt, Marion county, Ears 10 minutes; larger ones longer. fruit with the addition of a slight .- -.--- ----- - -- --
eastern standard time, Saturday,' who will represent Florida at the quantity of citric'acid to bring out
,June 6. Muslo from Cuba,' Mexico -
National Club Camp in Washington Plum Olives the best flavor. As a fresh fruit
Argentina Brazil and Peru, will speak; also L W. Hill, in Gather meaty plums with thick drink, the Juice Is apparently equalor
r will be played by the U. S. Marine charge of 4-H work in the south-
pulp in the white green state L e. superior to that of the Logan
y Band. Club members and specialists east and R. W. Blacklock, stateboys'
just before they begin to color. blackberry and much superior to
t$ from Wisconsin Vermont, and I
agent. Wash and pack In Jars with the that of any other bramble.
the U. S. of -
7 Department Agriculturewtl following: 1-2 gallon boiling water, Unique History' of the VarietyIt

3, lepeak.N TWEET AMONG NQTED 1-2 quart vinegar 1-2 pint sugar, was almost lost to horticul- .
salt. Dissolve well, ture after its merit first the offer of
Lakeland-E. P. Curtis and 3E. SPEAKERS FOR STATE and 1-4 pint even was Telegraph's
'' Rogers purchased Florida Hotel DAIRYMEN'S MEETING and when cold pour over the plums. partly recognized. It was originated .
for consideration of 110000. Seal Jars and they are ready for by B. M. Young of Louisiana,
Mount Dora.-Work underway Gainesville, Fla.-Dr.; Jehn J. use in 4 weeks. as the result of a cross of the
IVr on American Legion Monument in Tigert, president of the University Plum Salad Phenomenal blackberry with the
Donnelly Park. of Florida, and other noted apeak- .Wash and drain choice, fresh Austln-Mayea dewberry, made In
era will appear on a special educational ripe plums; split, remove seed and 1905. Plants. of it were given to .
I TRAIN SCHEDULE!: program of_ the Florida put on Ice shortly before serving. J. F. Jones, then of Jeanerette, La, 15: 5 5n months
State Dairymen's Association at Stuff cavities with cottage or but who later moved to Pennsylvania : '

;yi. Effective March 29th our ached- Silver Springs, near Ocala; Friday, cream cheese. Place on bed of taking the plants with him. '.*' ..
f t le changes and trains will run asa June 8, according to the final program shredded lettuce. Serve with any Meanwhile all plants on the placeof .s. t ,v '. \ ; ' .
_,' Uowa: just announced by Dr. A L. well-seasoned salad dressing. the originator were' destroyed.In : .f ;',: ." ,
':' No.. 1. southbound local due Plum Cream Pie t November, 1921 Mr. Jones ,
1'' Shealy, chairman of the.educational sent '" : ,. -
e'* atarke. 11:23 p. m. committee.. Line deep pie platea with good, a few of the plants to the department :. >., . : !, r'o 4 .Jt '
..: No. 11, southbound, local due The meeting will begin at 10 a. flaky pastry and flU with ripe, of agriculture, for, testing. ., , .
Starkt. 11:10: a. m. loP > 'w *;**&\ .
::1 N.. IOT limited due Starke, m., and ,at 10:30 A. B. Nystrom, seeded plums. Dust slightly with When they came Into fruiting In J ': '
_ '1'>;' 11:. a. m.. extension1 senior dairy husbandman flour sugar according to-needs of 1923 they Immediately attracted :>
Ii'V" No.. 191. southbound, limited, due with the U. S. Department of Agriculture plums, dot with butter, sprinkle attention. Plant,were propagated ;, :T .. ltf .
Startle ll00; p. ... at Washington, will diaI lightly with cinnamon and bake In and the variety tent out for trial. ... .
i NG. ,2, northbound, local due I cues "How, Proven Sires Have a moderate oven. Serve hot or cold Mr. Jones also sent plants to south- '';:. \'' r ' "t"o '
_I ,I Stark .:". a. m. Contributed to Imrpovlng Dairy ,-but always freshly baked, with era Alabama where the variety ,. :J \"'''
() No. It, northbound, local, due ., .:!' "' :-,
whipped cream, sprinkled liberally succeeded and la ;
loW .
will at being $1.50
.\\i 4 Starke. 3:011: p.'... Herds. Dr. Tigert speak. I with shredded coconut This may grown'comm.rcially. . / :' .
11:15.: : -
A'!, No. 108. northbound, due Starke, > i ;i '.
'8M p., After lunch Alf R.Neilsen preyIdent be made of canned plums aa well. The culture of''this and other ; 'I ):: 'i !
"\\f mStarke. W..... of the State Guernsey Breed Plain, but thick plum plea with dewberries and trailing blackberries '. ':I ..'vVJ' .
:JJ! No. 101 leaves Starke T:00 .. a.i ers' Association will speak about. golden brown covers, tatted to allow Is discussed In Farmer's Bulletins .. '0" ':' .< .
I ,No lot arrives 1:40: p. m.Southbound The Future of Florida In the Field steam to escape, are very ap- 998 and 1403. .
------ petUtng. 9 '
It of Milk By-Products. The rid
,(.: '. Dore .... lgciNales address will be given by Hon. Na- Isabel S. Thursby.

_ 4 fl: -0:81: a. m. 11:31 than Mayo. state commissioner' ofagriculture. TO BUILD TRENCH. SILOS Leesburg service-station Dreyfus and Smith grocery opened will/ close on /use /5If l..

..R! a., m, 4:01: p. m., 6:11: p. ..., 11:14a. : -- store on Dixie Avenue and Empirestreet
: At .S o'clock a sight-seeing, tripover .
aa. Ocala, Fla*-Plans are now under ,
; vl Northbound-6:50 a. m., 1:83 p. Silver Springs U scheduled. way for Marion county farmers Tampa .This city seeks Veterans'
One June 11 a special dairy field
.+(i/r;A *W, ":eT p. e.. 7:58: p. m.. 4:4: a. day will be held at Inspiration. to build five trench silos aa well. hospital. ) : -)- :
h'' alp aa one of the standing type. In the Lake Worth Lake Worth
\;.. Ticket. and io/ormatto at Ranch near Bradenton.. near future reports Clyde IL Nor' Flower Shop opened at 14 Reanno
t. knlth's Service Btatlom, next U ton, county agent Arcade by Edward Sayder.

,I\ Courthouse. HOLD 4-H RALLY DAY I Bartow .Strand Theatre, on -
,. Closing of Maid Work on Chattahoochee-River I East Main street/ormally] opened. you have not subscribed it will
tW Largo, Fla.-About 125 PlnellaaCounty Junction road progressing stead St. Augustine'John Blocker ,
4"" first 4-H club boys and girls ily. purchased Russell 'Mlers: grocery J'I: ;
Tral No. lOT. class mall recently attended the annual club River Junction SwImmIngpool store at No. 37 Mulvey street
10:10. to. at the fair grounds here. for after Jacksonville Plans
> rally day opened season being -- under way
:1It Train No. 11. parcel post, 10:50: I Salad mixing demonstrations farm improved. to paint skeleton of Tidewater ;

a. ... North and home talks, games, and a barbecued Key West-Bids to be asked soon Class Co., building to coat appro :
I JJit fish dinner some of for erection of local office mately Jl.500. "
2:4 i were poet
Uf. Train {No. 12, parcel post,
\\'S p. m. the outstanding events. The principal building Lake Butler --' Hotel Terminal
'tJ Train No. 108, first class mall, speakers were William Gom- St. Augustine Peter Kendrick and Cafe on West Main street
/j 5:30: Po ... me, county agent, Mrs. Joy Belle0I Engineering Co.. received contract under new management delay
.'t';. Final closing of night malls 6: (I Hess, home demonstration agent, for erection of addition to lodge at St Augustine Q. Agnes' purchased

,"'.4r p"m. and, R. W. Blacklock state boys' national. cemetery on Marine W. L. Tooke'a 40-acrea of
BUrke and BeD Bvaaoh
club agent atreet.'ii11. land between here and Hanson
; "oMall closes 7:00 a, m.
f' :Mail arrive 1:40 Po"
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trig, remove this cup from me: and his name shall be called The be held next: Sunday at Saxton NOTICBJ or SCHOOL flue BIOII'.reona
nevertheless not my will, but thine Prince of Peace.-Isalah -----
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+ t AivrNpid DO done." Methodist church by Rev. W. B. GRAHAM
What question did the rich ruler wlahlnir to bid on school a
This "place" Christy pastor of Lawtey Metho- hue route In Bradford
was the garden of ask Jesus county for
I Answer, read-Luke Onto Mae Smith the term of l tl-li will file their p
avsyHa Gethsemane. Mark 14:32: says "And 18:18.: dist church, 3 o'clock. A cordial bid with the hoard of Public Infraction ,

they came to a place which was May 31 [, Invitation extended the public. .le. 1931. up to Monday Noon June

i lamp Late my 1 feet*, n< a dto onto ay pttk Pttla! 119:105. named Gethaemane: and he salth God Is Merciful-Thou art a God Graham Defeats Hampton 82-13 Did. will be let the following\

to his disciples, Sit ye here while ready to pardon gracious and Tuomlay.Information.
Graham defeated
PRESBYTERIANServices Hampton
AU religious I shall concerning...**
DD PRU6s teaching, doctrine or pray. merciful, slow to anger and ofgreat urday afternoon by the lopsidedscore route can be had at the abOT of. S,
creed if
they are to have any claims Jesus was tic*.
loyalty and devotion of the people must be in harmony with "upper room"accompanied from the kindness. -' Nehemlah 9: Sunday May 31, as follows !- of 22 to 13. Hampton scoredin A. J ORIFFI9, P
s%love,of eeus the Christ whose words fit Into every fold and crevic by eleven disciples: IT. : the first Inning and continuedin t-12-lt-t-ll SuperintendentNOTtCn

thfhimS art and of whom It was said in John 7:46;"NEVER MANpastors of(Judas these having departed), and eight Where can we find sure protection 10 a. m. Sunday school, J. M. the second when they scored .

|.jrj5 JjtK TH15J MAW* the were left at the edge of from temptation?' Answer, Truby, supt. seven runs off Strickland and Rey or FINAL! DISCHARGE
garden but
Bradford and Union counties are Invited to use this John Peter, James and read-I Cor. 10:12.: 13, 11 a. m. Morning worship, ser- nolds.It -
of were taken a little further Notice !I. hereby given that
I pat for news of church ctlvltes, organizations and an.Cements. and Jesus said to June tIf mon by the pastor. Theme "The looked like a runaway for the after date o-wlt;

, *!! Space freely given and no charge made-the only re- here and watch."them Verse"Tarry 40 of'to ye voice Ye Obey-If ye will obey my Glory of Sacrifice" Hampton boys when they scored the find day administrator of July 1911 of thh"t':. '1 1der.lgned

"t belnr that such Items reach this office before Wednesday day's lesson adds "Pray that indeed and'keep my cove- 7 p. m. Christian Endeavor topic, three runs in the third inning to of Stephen III***, deceased will prevent -*
otherwise they cannot be handled for current Issue. enter not ye nant, then ye shall be a peculiar "How Ithe Work of the Mission put them In front by the score of my voucher and final account
e temptation. The"sup" treasure unto me above all people: ?" Leader Mrs. G. to the Honorable lea A. Gardiner
meant ary Changing 11 to 1. In the fourth and all thereat county Judge of Bradford County,
WEEKLY SEBMOOTETTK Place: The Garden of joy or sorrow. "Here for all the earth is mine; and ye H. Lowry.No of the way Hampton was completely Florida, and ak for his approval rand q
mane just outside Jerusalem. it was the assumption of the sins shall be unto me a kingdom of evening preaching service an held in check by the speed cl.char.. a* ouch adminis
Tables are Turnede Lesson Truth: True prayer always mankind together with the priests and a holy nation.-Exodus account of the evangelistic meetIngs -I I artist Reynolds. After the third : This find day of hay 1911. ;i
contains submission fearful separation from his Father 19 6 6. It. J. DAVIS,
to God's : at the Methodist church. The Inning Graham started knockingthe
went K-II-tt-7-17
Two men up which that AdministratorNOTICR
e 18:10.: the one arse8 will.Introduction assumption Involved a : What promise is given to those pastor urges that our people attend old apple all over the diamondand r
I the temple to pray; : "Jesus had spoken separation culminating in that sad- who remember the poor? Answer, what will probably be the closing continued all the rest of the ,

and the other a publican. his last discourses to the disciples dest of all the cries from the cross, read-Psalm 41:1.: I service of these meetings this eve: way Graham collected 24 hits and BIT or ATTACHMENT IV4TITIITIOIV' or SUIT

t The Pharisee stood and pray- (recorded in John 14 to 16), he had 'My God my 'God" why bast thou June t ning. six walks off of the combined offerings -

thus with himself, God. I thanke eaten his last supper with them, forsaken m., The Power of Thought-As he Prayer meeting Wednesday at 8i of Dickson. Morgan Wads- In County Jude'. Court Bradford

that I am not as other mlnextorUoners and they had sung their last hymn There is not better illustration of thlnketh in his heart, so is he.- o'clock.A I worth, Mast and Williams, while Arthur County, Florida

unjjust. adulter-: together. Coming out of the city prayer than "Father if thou be Proverbs 23: T. cordial invitation to all our' Hampton secured 13 hits off of mrlt.;

or even as this publican. Jesus and the eleven disciples de- willing, remove this cup from me: What description Christ giveof services extended to all. Reynolds and Strickland. Broughton A B",Green,

j. I fast twice In the week, I scended the slope into the Kldron nevertheless not my will, but thine, the last' Judgment Answer, was the leading hitter with 0, Defendant
of all that I possess. ; "And there appeared an angel read-Matt. 253146. Civil A.tli Attarkmemt
e tithes valley. 'At the brook in the bot- : and leading scorer with six tallies. To A. D. areen
1 And the publican, standing tom of the valley they paused and unto him"from heaven strengthening June S ? I Reynolds of Graham was the cone and aU other p.rInt.r..tedl -

i r off, would not lift up so much I Jesus prayed the great Intercessory him. This "strengthening"may Watt Patiently '- Wait on the LcTh winning pitcher while Dickson of of Take April, A. I/1111ArthurrUrym. r ,

hii eyes unto heaven, but smote prayer recorded in the seventeenth come by removing the burdenor Lord: be of good courage, and he oJJacksonville. Hampton was the loser. A return plaintiff. Instituted and commenced c..

in his breast saying God be chapter of John. It was a prayer by giving strength to bear it. shall strengthen thine heart: wait, I Spvg engagement will be played In by let attachment*sedan engine of a certain Chevro' !
We < number isiieehie /,
rctful to me a sinner. not for himself but for others. should leave the decision to the I say on the Lord.-Psalme 27:14.: Hampton :May 80th. suit aa-alnst A. B. Green In tae

4. I tell you, this man went after offering the Intercessory Lord. "And being in an agony he Who said all things are possibleto above This entitled therefore court..

i to his house justified rather prayer Jesus went across the prayed more earnestly; and his him who believeth Answer, Fla., May 18, 1931 A. It. Green and I all to other command persons yow

i the other: for every one that brook Into the garden where be sweat was as It were great dropsof read-Mark 9:23.: Editor. Interested therein to appear before
Mr. Forest Reynolds and familyof aid court at the
court house
blood at
_tech himself shall be abased: bad often prayed. Here t\f, was to falling down to the June 4 Bradford County Telegraph, Jacksonville were visiting their Btarke Florida, on Monday June j
I he that humbleth himself shall pray alone making the last prep- ground. Law of Love Love worketh Starke. Fla. 1st. 111 I. and herein fall not lest ...
parents Mr. and Mrs. Frank Ab- halt be entered against you
| exalted. aration of the human side of his Lukewas a learned physician. no ill to his neighbor: therefore Dear Sir: enathy her over the week-end. OHIO. A. OARDINRR.
Without 0 He probably understood the meanIng love Is the of the law.- County Judge Bradford Count k4
yer. thy mercy nature for the cross that was only fulfilling I would appreciate it very muchIf Miss Gertie Johnson has returned Florida

_, we are all undone. None of a few hours away." of sweating "great drops of Romans IS: 10. you would publish this little article home from her position in D. W. KNIGHT, mark, Florida.

I can plead our own merits. Wee There was a dispute among the blood. How can: we get an increase and expressing the very genuine Starke at the cold packing plant. Attoraey for Plaintiff s-1-It-I-3 ,

all sinned and fall short of disciples as to which should be the "And when he rose up from .blessing from God? Answer, read: appreciation of the Baptist Chll.dren' Mr and Mrs. Osteen of Brooker,

glory. We throw ourselves greatest. Jesus said to them "he prayer and was come to his disciples -Ps'un T:5.: e. Home here In Jacksonvilleas were visiting their daughter, Mrs.. HOTICB-TOT APFaAR

o thy grace and forgiveness. that Is the greatest among you let he found them sleeping for well as that of the Children's John Surrency her Sunday. ,. Stat of Florida, to lapis

en. him be as the younger; and he that sorrow. And said unto them Why TEN COMMANDMENTS FOR Home Society of Florida to Rev. Mrs. Math Wasdin was a visitorIn P.ct".". Greeting, f;

member the Sabbath Day topit is chief as he,that doth serve sleep ye? rise and pray" lest ye PARENTS G. P. Raymond pastor of the Baptist Starke FrIday to 11 the appearing Bill of by. Complaint affidavit. appended In the

Holy-Exodus 20:8.: Go to I am among you as he that servo enter Into temptation. church at Starke, and a number Mr. and Mrs. Wadsworth of Chancery Cau e pending. In the Circuit "

urch Sunday. eth." Do you ever fall asleep or grow 1. Thou shalt love thy child with of other friends who recently Hampton was a visitor here Satur- County Court, Florida In and wherein for J.Bradford J. Pad

After the supper came Peter's weary in your work for the Lord T all thy heart, and with all thy soul, through the efforts of Rev. Raymond day afternoon. gett I* Complainant and Bailie Pad. m

warning and his boasting and If so follow the Lord's advice. with all thy strength, but wisely, made a wonderful contribution Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Smith and gilt la defendant I* a non-.I that
Christ's prediction that Peter "Pray that ye enter not Into temp- with aU thy mind.,, of potatoes and other vegetables family were visitors In Starke Sat Slate of Florida and that her resi
tatlon. dence I* unHnown.
and there I I.
LESSONFOR would deny him, which came true' 2. Thou shalt think of thy child particularly a very generous urday. person. In the Slate of Florida the no
when Peter denied Jesus three A writer says, "The most Innocent of strawberries for the Mrs. nrvlce of a subpoena
II not as something belonging to thee, supply We are sorry to report that : upon whom
I times at the high priest's house in can hardly expect to escape but as a person. children under our care. Ezekiel Dryden Is on the sick list would defendant bind said la defendant the,ag and. of thatsaid II

MAY 81, 19S1I verses 65-61 of this chapter. Gethsemane. It lies directly In the 3. Thou shalt regard his respectand Every now and again Rev. Ray- again. Hope she will soon recover yearn, said causa ::1".1'. a mil of DUvorn
*. It I I.
to ordered
The lesson proceeds "and became way heaven. love not as something to be mond and these other friends get Mr. Lem Parrish was a visitor In fendant be and she I I.that hereby said d.-requires y

I Subject: Jesus in Gethsemane. out, and went as he was "And while he yet spake be- demanded, but as something worth up-vegetablea fruits, clothing etc., Starke Saturday afternoon.Mr to appear to the. said bill of

(Golden Text: "Father if thou be wont to the Mount of Olives; and hold a mulUtude and he that was earning. for the Baptist Home and our Society Charlie Kelly and soni' of Btark complaint'*, Bradford at the County Clark',.Florida office, to In Ps

ling, remove this cup from me: his disciples also followed him. And called Judas, one of the twelve 4. Every time thou art out of ; and we just wanted all of Brooker were visitors at the base- answer paid. Hill on the 1st day of
went before and drew I June, A. 1>., 1911 otherwise I the alle.gatlona .
vertheless, not my will, but thine, when he was at the place he said them near patience with thy child's Immaturity them to have some definite credit ball game here Saturday.Mr. I of Bald! Bill will be taken a*
done. Luke 22:42.: unto them Pray that ye enter not unto Jesus to kiss him. But Jesus and blundering, thou shalt call through your paper for the fin. assistance Marvin Dirt of Louis., wasa vof..*ed. It I* further ordered that ('

|Lesson Text: Luke 22::24.71 into temptation. And he was with- said unto him "Judas, betrayestthou to mind Home of the childish adventures that they have given us in visitor here Saturday. for this four order consciitlva be published week once a In week the ,

ted parts 39-54.) drawn from them about a stone's the Son of man with a kiss? and mistakes which attended our work. We should also like to Misses Nellie Strickland and llradfonl County Telegraph a newe.
Then the offered to paper of ...n.ral circulation publlah-
TIme: The night before the cru- cast, and kneeled down, and prayed disciples thy own coming of age. say a special word of appreciationto Mabel Mills were visiting Miss .d In Bradford County, Florida
00. Saying, Father. If.thou he will- fight for Jesus and Peter drew his 5. Remember that thy example Is Mr. H. J. Sewell who so kindly Strickland's aunt, Mrs. Volley McKinney Don and ordered at Btark, Flor
sword and cut of the ear of Mai- ida, this iOth day of April A. U. .
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more eloquent than thy faultfinding loaned the use of his truck for the of Sampson Friday, who 1811. q
thus the servant of the high priest. and moralizing. bringing In of these vegetables, has been very 111.MOTIC'H O. W. ALDERMAN L''
Jesus healed the servant and for Clerk Circuit Court,
lake Your Liver Bile. 6. Remember,._that It is thy etc.; to Jacksonville. (Seal! Bradford County, Florida i1
Up bade his disciples resist He was
child's privilege to make a hero of Those who have recently made OP APPLICATIONTAX FOR ATTEST, ALove I* a true copy e
then arrested and taken to the the original on file' In
thee and take thou thought to be such a generous contribution of fission 0. W. Z'bm'm-N,
high priest's house. "And Peter a proper one. berries, vegetables etc., together Clerk Circuit Cout i
followed afar off." The closer one 1.1-et-1.1f.
-Without Calomel Notice In hereby given, that C.
7. Thou shalt strive to be a sign- with a marvelous lot of beautiful
keeps to Jesus the easier It Is to ilxHon a..lirn.. and holder of tan
post upon the highway of life rather Easter lillles, are the following: oeillflcat I N" 1ST,: .W.gaor"r Au- NOTICB ;,
follow him.Prayer A. O. 1128, h orlirioat -
than a rut out of which the T. S. Williams E. M. Thomas H. gust e
I You'll Jump Oat of Bed If tUi bft k set arafat h sb.:TOW food and submission to God's In my ofTIc and mad application In Circuit Court Bradford County,
wheel cannot turn. L. Brownlee, Ray Newsom J. M. for tax deed to lmua thereon -
doen-v dips.It}" $ limn ts *b*.. >**. will are also helps In aooordano with law. Said Florida In Chancery N
i the Morning Raria" Go O. bloats. q r*** .--. TM her a 8. Thou shalt teach thy child to Truby F. F. Flume H. H. Lewis, certificate embrace the following L. 1'. Blackburn ;,
stand on his own feet and fight his A. J. Thomas B. C. Holtzendorfand described property situated In Dr."- Complainant.VI
..., .
-,bathMSsslr fk. .It .lIMa DAILY BIBLE READINGS ford county, Florida to-wltt Diver.
It no fed MOT and rank: and the stir brake sal Is biterswr W9rbr own battles. John Powell.Appreciating Commence at Northwest corner of Sabina Blackburn, V

U looks punk dOD'tawaDcnr a lot i aae)r.i"*lea sad eel>T_..... May 28 D. Thou shalt teach thy child to all that you are Northeast and quarter K: t of 10 rod Southwest South It appearing Dfndant by .affidavit appended .
rid' minml water ofl. Uzatfr* .. Fellowship: We took sweet coun- see beauty to practice kindness to constantly doing for our Society quarter to rod Went HO. rod North 30 rod to the Bill' filed In the above elatedoauee '

er chewing gum and GIld fltsbytawpslrYta1TJm7filTJi" sel together and walked unto the love truth and to live in friendship through your columns I am, to beginning. Heotlon I Town.hlp 7, defendant that Sabina. Blackburn I* nonresident the-

to main you addamtr ..*.* Tl llrllJIM1M1 Wf house of God In company.-Psalm 10. Thou shalt make of the place Very sincerely yours South The flange ese..ement 12 E..t-I of laid acre property of the rar.t.I:: I ld.", and

b aa7Ut sad fuao.TjBshiM. h.b.s1....,'.hd'es sal tp.. 50: 14.Who. wherein thou dwellest a real home, Marcus Fagg, under the eald certificate\ limued wee. she City la State a resident of Iowa of the, and City fret of Slqus her ymati'in +

Jar tty: cut" do U. Tbtf and n. ....... veaMtd. ........ a+.. alone is worthy to receive a haven of happiness,for thyself, State Superintendent. In the name*.1<1 of certificate Elisabeth hall Ollaion.Unlenit ba redeemed cars of lit. Vincents Hospital

a... bowfli ad smite move teIast=.:..aria asklaN.rrM1IId.' honor, and glory and power? Answer for thy children and for ,thy chil .".."rdlna- to law, tax deed Twanty-on tnd Floor, and rear la, over the age of

dosnt" it* at te MM..Tteifoy ................. read Rev. 4:11.: dren's friends.-Mount Dora Topic. Eustis Gas plant being Installed of will June l..,ue A.thereon U. 11111.on the. 29th day It I I. therefore ordered that. said

OTd>*Bi>Hfsanf May SO In this city. Haled this lard day of May, A. D. non-resident defendant b* and I*

I...Bvar. It weld odkuldtheCatoif..rbowl" two us. .It...'............-....... The Prince of Peace-For untous SERVICES'AT SAXTON Okeechobee ..,- Telephone) Exchange *"*, O. W. AI.DEnMAN; bill hereby Complaint required: filed to appear In paid to cause the>

I1. ... heel Iffle.a 0e sef..........a a child Is born: and the gov- building on Parrott avenuenearlng Bradford Clerk of County Circuit Florida.Court, on U. or:before otherwise the let allegation of June I A.IJ.III of.

I e .wMMa ernment shall be upon his shoulder: Regular preaching services will completion. for divorce will b* taken a*
confe.**d by paid defendant. It I* /
-- further ordered thai this order b.

I:THE-.MAiN THING ON MAIN STREET" By L. F. Van elm County"published eoutlv. .*Telegraph weak one* a week,In a newspaper the for four Bradford pub con

llhed In salil county and stala.
faaSN eue9Cop Sons Mice OSCKSIIS CI4ABVTOBACC 7N!, T cud This April 21th, A.: D.iJiMAN.: \ ',
O. W. ,
) pmumeS a eoASN CAN 4ouThA
Ututy UZif JUST CAME in STATIOSLRY WI4AT WOULD : OAT qp pAIN7 CXM4 TO TATh (11..1) Clerk Circuit Coal
ID. M !,
liOWEQS THE PAINsr. MaY vnw'4 8lEN ton A GOOD $rrrin
<3 NINR Solicitor for Complainant.

SNOW TO TiatYA SHE'S Lrtnt -
MELTS & i s In Circuit "" Bradford County,
2 A sro Florida. In Chancery. u
VATEW FLOOD / 0 Kirk Lewis' ,
f i N'f4TEt7y Complainant.Le y
ui s wit Ulok. Lewis
AaKf4M d
It appa.rln t.affidavit' append
THE 3PRr 3 THAW HAS ed to the Hill filed In the above 1,
ET cause that Leell lllaka Lewi, t".
IN & TURNED MAIN defendant therein named is I a noit-
tTlzar KTO ;UCM A resident of tho State of Florida" and
die I* resident of the of
J!. "! J a town May
on HAT IKE MALE Mlnotto, State of Alabama, and get* fi
GEKT2't f3f/. her mall In care of Mr. J. M. Hick.
FOUND IT NEC I e /' and I. over the age of twntyonyear i
ESSAQ't b HZAM9POQT of ag*. It I. therefore ordered

1KE tNqTEQlOU4 TAT I (( ._ rtf, I 1 that site said la non-rldnt hereby required defendant to appear band ,

LUrr AC ..gPtji 'AZm to the bill of complaint filed In ....
can. on or before the 11 day of
CItt I Jn A. D. seal, otherwise' the allegation !m
II of oald. bill for divorce and
II I [1 other relief will be taken a. eonfeMd -
I h by said' defeadant. It I* further -
ordered that tbl* order bo P...
llebed one a week for four oon..._. .,
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u.. week In tho Bradford County '
I By Charles McManmMIS TeUgrapb, a aewepaper published U 'i
,DOROTHY BABNTT aid, busty and *tat.. x
-- -- Tkto April 17th, till. t

yJM4T Vou MIS FATHER HAi A ITS A Do TNEY'rA.IiDISEASE .' GT giKaR I IAMTCS N.Or. >II.ollellor V. 30HN..Clerll of Circuit Court' w1 TM wNY gyp CA.E' OF tAMATs TNTLKLPPToMANIIt A Y ITS for Complainant(.t-it-'-f

y .orn' PAPA' KOTICBI Or OVAMDIAM ."" ... I

Notice I* kereby given that thirty 9
4I ... days after
r ta-wlti
rq his let day of t1a"i: 1.01 the un
9 dersigned OaordIan for JLuclll For ,
yth and Eugene. minor +
heir of W. B. :;' 'i."t'i.: ":. .
I I II will apply to the honorable( Oeo. A. ;
i I Gardiner, County Judge of Bradford r-
County Florida, for an order to sell
1 at private sale the one-fourth undivided ,
Internet each of eald minor '
i In and to the following described t,
It t I land lying and b.lnala Dr""o" I+
County Florida, to-wit" : ;
I II Th* tenth half of the Northwest f
II I quarter of the Northwest quarter of
I On. (I), Township Five (I),
,; ....tlor Rang Twanty-on (21)
East: esceptlng therefrom one more Vii,
square In the Southweet Corner of ti
earns, deeded to Evergreen Chunk '
August IJrd. 1909. containing la allaleoteen Z,
acre more or !..*.
The tit day of May 1 JI.MAOUItf .
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:r1; 1: Garden Cows Hogs YOUNG DEWBERRY THE SPIRIT OF THE BRIDGEBy Have a spirit of good cheer, That we might Uwe
solid bastions, fear.Panama. 'WIthout
l As they feel thy ,
'r And Chickens Help NOW GROWN HERE ( John P. Coffin, Johnstown, without a fear.
And can cross
: 'L FARM NEWS SECTION Farmers Live at Horns I' Florida, in commemoration of the City -_ Pace i.
New. Type of Berry Being Grown of Pensacola t'oggp
\l opening of the bridge oetwen Un- Let, oh bridge, thy staunch com- purchased penal
( Spuds Johnson.) In the Brooker Section Grocery Co.Bradenton.
I Bradford counties, May 14, pleteness.
ion and
t I 1,...\. I \ Conducted Dy Bill Nettles, district agent with Possibilities Teach all men to stand as true; Poinsettia
; ' ; It's too ,- 1931.) Corporation .n......,
the Extension Service took
;, I : L T. DYER, County Agent says dew- Do their duty without favor over |Ice
Several of the Young c
; bad we can't go into hibernation cups Teach them this while crossing department of Vest i1ortd&:::
i l4It.i J ? MISS PEARL JORDAN, Home Demonstration Agent at: the close of each shipping sea- berry were brought to Telegraph Bunt upon a sure foundation, you. Ice Cream Corporation. ,t

,. ,,. .. son and wake up just precedingthe office Friday by F. J. Pattee, who Over swampy treacherous Dade City William

Over 200 I-II Club next crop season. Then_our secured the fruit from the farm of stream, Let this bridge, oh, Bradford, Un I purchased quick lunch 84atq
I grocery bills would be reduced, Here at last is consummation and make
Gather WRUF FARM PROGRAM and would not have to H. Gordon In the Brooker section. heretofore dream. ionStand Uonery business of Thomllll Jon
Boya Will we worry Which was' a as joining of our best; Pasco and --.
The Voice of about where the next meal 1* comIng Mr. Gordon has one acre of this Seventh Ilrtet&
Florl4a"I Stand as spirit of advancement, Key West
For Short Course -Bids
I from in the off seasons. fruit and Is now enlarging his field Binding close two fertile! counties, Aid us each to stand the test. structlon of new asked force-

J However, since we can't hibernate to six); acres. The fruit Is as large In a bond of friendship strong: $70SOO: poet oIkt!

Gainesville, Fla.-Some 200 winning Gainesville Fla. With the and must eat, Bill say the as the strawberry, has a fine flavor 'TIs old Bradford with new Union Now In future we can vision, budding.Fort

4-H club boys from every section next best thing is for us to grow ,and comes Into bearing about the Which together lived GO long.In Myers Miss Von B,i*,
scheduled' for band
Florida Farm Hour Fertile fields on every ; once took over
4 J g of Florida will gather here our own eats, so we won't have to time the strawberries are through I Shop!! muL
: North and South combine together, lug Central
noon each day next week and the HoteL
4-H spend so much money for grocer bearing. Mr. Pattee is making division they are happy; .
for the annual
June 1 boys'' Raising food to feed the land. Four miles of
actual of 4-H club
broadcast a base
lea In other words. Bill says we preparations for planting an acre Both now work for better goal; on Palith\
1;}, ; club short course, according: to Information campfire June S, the University of Florahome link of State
must produce more of our living at at this time and believes growers all the faster Road a.
t Both are growing '
I R. W. Blacklock stateboys' Florida Agricultural Extension Yes, oh bridge, thy spirit truly, 28 completed.
) home. Particularly Is this true in can market all they can grow thru whole.
Than when working as a
a i4{, j 1 club agent, has just received Service has ;just announced another years when our "cash" crops have the same sources of distribution i Has a right to somewhat boast Groveland -Frank Cortese!tod
r $' from 34 county agents. A week For body binds together Groveland
series of agricultural broadcastsfrom i your over
I failed to bring in a great deal ot now used In marketing the straw As today the'brldge we vision.Strong bakery formed
4 filled with demonstrations, field state radio station WRUF, i Roads which reach from coast to operated by Mrs. Peggy
cash, although It's a good plan berry crop. Kuifla
any and the
and talks as well fun
tours as located here. Outstanding 4-H coast. Arcadia A. &P.
year. Unlike strawberries the Young Grocery sia,
faas been planned for the boys. club boy from 11 counties, county years will move to newly
Bill says that a home garden, dewberry Is good for 15 years without remodeled qn /,
Let look with
Regular courses are to be givenin agents and other state extension us happy feelingTo Let us leave you, knowing fully, I tern In A. J. Dozier
chickens, cows, and hogs are good replanting, coming Into bearingthe the future which It cheers. building, Wa
horticulture, livestock raising, workers and from That do well'
.two speakers your duty you'll Oak street.
things to have around the farm. third year, They are set seven -
J v poultry raising, dairying, pastures, the IT. S. Department of Agricul- And thy sturdy body stand there Bunnell Southern
The chicken, and feet In nine feet Potato
: cows, hogs pro- >rows Pn
the thousands
T'i farm mechanics, record keeping, ture, Washington, will speak durIng crossing daily Weaving well your magic spelLAnd ducts Company
ip duce food which can be used all apart and the vines are trained en Fleeing north's dread winter plant operating flit
fr agricultural writing and leader.I' these broadcasts. The
complete -
the Th home shouldbe trellis. Plants be secured in capacity.
I' i { year. garden a can storms.
( The Instructors will be state
program follows: thy body bear the legend, Tallahassee
going all the There limited from Mr. Gor- Ruge Hall
area quantities
year. ,
",T ;.uz F ti* extension specialists, Including Sat., May ,80( -Florida Farm number of women who are work- don, according to Mr. Pattee, for See the trucks which take our Of the dead who went from her student center at Florida ? ++y5 q several county agents, and I. W. News and Hint. U. S. Farm Science : products Dying on the field of battle for Women dedicated.
ing with their home
,A k county demon 1 setting at. this time. Additional
l w jt Hill. in charge of 4-H club work Snapshots. As the long procession forms.Let' .
stratlon agents who have at least I
tlfr Information regarding this varietyof
t F for the southeast have
a ; Boys who Mon., June 1-Timely Farm
two fresh vegetables from their! fruit is below from the
I given
4I y { attended previous abort'courses Jobs and How to Do Them-J. forget the year of'trouble,
gardens available each day In the I pen of George M. Darrow, as carried
;(p wUl be given specialized courses, Francis Cooper, extension editor. Thinking not of gloomy past;
while those who have< there
are a much larger number 1 : UNLOCKthe
/ a general course. ., June 2-The Pecan Nut that. And a great success at last. '
: a t 'The entertaining features Include Case-Bearer. W. Walker, Ex- . - The Young dewberry variety is ,

.. i1. a swimming meet, baseball games I perlment Station Pecan Labors me not summer is not an Ideal remarkable for Its dessert and cuUI I Noble bridge, thou hast a spirit,

between county groups, masI I tory. The Horticultural Crops of time for growing garden vegetablein nary qualities, vigorous growth, Which Is just to every man; Door

I 6 games at night, picture shows, and I Okaloosa County, West Florida- Florida. However, with a little and disease resistance. Its fruit Is I Let it speak to those whose cross
: The who persistence, a very good garden large for a dewberry, deep wine
a campfire. boys study; J. W. Malone, county agent. What thee,
agricultural will edit"Dally : can be kept going throughout the color, juicy, sweeter and richer
writing Marion County Poultrymen Think Helping them their troubles
p it I '1; h; 4 Doings," a mimeographed I About Vaccinating for Chickenpox year. There are several garden ,, than the Logan blackberry or the span.! r ( to Volume
crops which can be planted now. Lucretia I
:f, .T: paper which creates ,considerable -Clyde H. Norton, county agent. dewberry. The plants are
It might even be Vorth
while to
each ( more vigorous, propagate even
t Interest
year. Wed., June 3-M'y 4-H Club Experiences Let
thy aid
select a location cementing
A of the well shady for the summer more freely and ate more resistantto
part campfire, as
R. J.
s' garden, since These two counties in their work.
I as talks by 11 club boys, will be county; Clyde Cadenhead Oka- garden crops will anthracnose "and common leaf- and More
'. Speak to them who
better bos
hot cross thy
; broadcast from state radio stationWRUF. loosa; Tom Lamb, Orange; Chas. grow during weather if spot diseases than either of the

ry 3 The campfire Is scheduled Ritter, Liberty. How a Club Boy'so they are given partial shade. Pests above-mentioned sorts. These om.Teaching,
particularly insects, will have to be< characteristics have led the United them no duty shirk.
to go on the air from 9 tBilly Demonstration Brought Cover

9:30: Friday night, June 5. Crops to Jefferson county-E. H. Fought be worth also.the But the garden will States Department-of Agricultureto Let: the brotherhood of tourists.ADVICE PROFIT

Matthews, former club boy and Flnlayson. county agent. The Val- price. recommend a thorough trial of ,
): now teaching in Orlando. will be In ue of Local Organization In 4-H this variety for home use and for

,4 charge.' Speakers will be Mr. Club Work-E. P, Scott, county I the local market and also for the

( Blacklock, Mr. Hill, .and the twoboys agent, Escambla county. HINTS TO HOUSEWIVES general market. If you have a really

who will represent Florida Thurs., June 4-The Importance r For the last three years the f
good product stockor
at the National Club Young dewberry has been widely ,
rs Camp of the Proven Sire for Building a Weekly from Home Demonstration -
; Washington; Arlington Henley, Dairy Herd-A. B. Nystrom ex- Specialist, TallahasseeI tested. As a result of these tests MANY RCCCIVC' IT--- *, service, Tell The

Walton county and Jack Platt,' tension senior dairy husbandman, I I I it Is known to succeed well In central THE WISE ,PROFIT- !BY StlII! (T,*'?, World. Use your

:Marion county. I U. S. Department of.Agriculture. and eastern North Carolina, "

The other 9 boys will tell of their, The Trench Silo In Walton county] USES FOR PLUMS. In Georgia, Alabama, Mississippi, newspaper as an ad me

club experiences and will speak between Mitchell Wilkins, county agent. Louisiana, eastern Texas and Cali dium. Advertisers in this

: 12 and 12:45: p. m., Wednesday Black Medic Clover Proving a Florida Is favored with many varieties fornia. It is promising also In the paper are offered free use

June 3, and Friday, June 0. Popular Cover Crop in Dade coun- of plums, and they can be Puget Sound region of Washington. n1 of the Stanton
they will be R. J. Joyner. Hills-! ty-C. H. Steffani, county agent. made Into a large number of delicious Although the northern limit of Its Newspaper -

_ rough> county; Clyde Cadenhead,. Fri., June 4-My 4-H Club Ex dishes, for either present or successful culture Is not known, It Advertising Service

1' )kaloo a; Tom Lamb, Orange;; perlences-Yutch Lee, Santa Rosa future use. Try canning them, should be tried 'from Virginia "Sotnedin' Bid,tin nun"kt idvfc Uw -with its wealth of

a Charles Ritter, Liberty: Tutch county; Herbert Fritz, Palm making plum olives, plum salad, southward to northern Florida and torn/from thaw who beeline WM) illustrations

Lee Santa Rosa; Herbert Fritz, Beach; Edward LltUe, Dade; Han or plum cream pie. westward to Arkansas and eastern too(lire I John Differed the complete smashing
Canned Wild Plums Texas. lo-of hit biulno. br fi..... i 4 and
Nr Palm Beach; Edward Little, Dade; sel Cavenaugh, Leon Curtis Stam- lust He had potent copy.
Hansel Take 10 pounds of fresh, ripe Because of its enough 'liwinnc to cover the 1X5
Cavenaugh, Leon; and Curtis baugh Hernando. high qual- mortg e." '''''--

Stambaugh. Hernando. County Each of these programs will begin plums, three pints of water and ity, the fruit of this variety has Fink to be fatal. ContIder Use the STANTON Service

I. Agents E. H. Flnlayson and E. P. at 12, noon, and last for 43: seven pounds of sugar. Wash fruit, sold for much more than that of Inrarac*itqulnmeaaHAROLD IIOdq I rags

:; '. 'Scott will also speak about club minutes. The weather forecast boll sugar and water together, add the blackberry or the common dew FREE TO OUR

;,,1, ;I work. on the Wednesday program. will be given early in each pro- the: plums and let boll 3 minutes. berry. The National ADVERTISERS

_.i gram. Cover and remove from fire. When I Association research Preservers'I, I C. WALL

NATIONAL 4-H BROADCAST The campfire will be broadcast cold, or the next day, drain of has tested the variety for preservesand

l -- from 9 to 9:30: Friday night, June Juice' and boll It 5 minutes. Add has reported that It made a INSURANCB Bradford County Telegraph

'In Washington, D. C.-:'Another of G, and over 200 boys attending an- slums and again set aside. When more attractive product In flavor,

the National 4-H club program. nual short course here will partici- plums are tender, clear, and. no texture: and color than the black STARKE FLORIDA

''i and music achievement tests will pate. Besides 4-H songs and yells, longer float on top of the some- berry. For making commercial

be broadcast over an N..B. C. network Arlington Henley, Walton county, what heavy syrup, put Into sterilized preserves, the laboratory recommends 11

)tI from 12:30: to 1:30: p. m., and Jack Platt, Marlon county jars seal and simmer pint equal parts of sugar and

eastern standard Ume, Saturday, who will represent Florida at the s lars 10 minutes; larger ones long fruit with the addition of a slight

.. June 6. Music from Cuba, Mexico. National Club Camp in Washington ,1'. quantity of citric acid to bring out

Argentina BracU and Peru, will Plum Olives the beat flavor. As
speak; also I. W, Bill In a fresh fruit
will. be played by the U. S. Marine charge of 4-H work In the southeast Gather meaty plums with thick drink, the juice Is apparently equal .

Band. Club members and special and R. W. Blacklock, state ulp In the white green state, I. e.Just or superior to that of the Logan I

ists from Wisconsin, Vermont, and boys' club agent before they_ begin to color. oiacKDerry and much superior to

the U. S. Department of Agriculture .- wasn ana paCk: m jars with the that of any other bramble "

I -wll speak.d following: 1-2 gallon boiling water, Unique History of the Variety -

.. TIGERT AMONG NOTED 1-2 quart vinegar, 1-2 pint sugar, It was almost lost to horticulture -

Lakeland-E. P. Curtis and J. E. SPEAKERS FOR STATE and 1... pint salt. Dissolve well, even after its merit "
was first the
y Rogers purchased Florida Hotel DAIRYMEN'S MEETING and when cold pour over the plums partly recognized. It was originated Telegraph's offer 05 f

+ 5 for consideration of 110000. Seal jars and they are ready for by B. M. Young, of Louisiana,
Mount Dora-Work Gainesville, Fla.-Dr. John in
under 'way J. use 4 weeks. as the 'result of a
cross of the
Y on American Legion Monument In' Tigert, president of the University Plum Salad Phenomenal

,Donnelly Park. of Florida, and other noted speakers Wash, and drain choice, fresh Austin-Mayes blackberry with the .
dewberry, made In
will appear on a special educational ripe plums; split, remove seed and .008.
of It '
TRAIN SCHEDULE!: program of the Florida' put on Ice shortly before J. : were given to !
serving. F. Jones
Jeanerette -
State !5 months
Dairymen' Association at Stuff 'cavities with cottage or but who later moved to
Effective March 29th Pennsylvania ,
le our Silver Springs, near Ocala Friday, cream cheese. Place on bed of ,' taking the v i;
changes and trains will plants with him. >
run as .,
)' >Uows: June 5, according to the final pro- shredded lettuce. Serve with any Meanwhile all plants on the ..\ '' .
r gram just announced by Dr. A, L. well-seasoned salad placeof < *
No. 1. southbound local due dressing. the originator were destroyed. ''; "'. ,
Starke 11:28: p. m. Shealy, chairman of the education. Plum Cream Pie e I In November 1921, Mr. Jones ' : 1- '
sent '
No. 11, southbound, local due al committee. Line deep pie plates with good, a few of the plant to the : . :' :'?
fi Starke 11:10: a. m.N The meeting will begin at 10 a.. flaky pastry and fill with ripe, ment of depart ,\ '"''. '.'
for .
w *. 107, limited due Starke, m., and ,at ,10:30: A' B. Nystrom, seeded plums. Dust slightly with When they agriculture: came Into testing. ; for '
a, 10:30 a. m.. extension senior flour }fruiting in -
f dairy husbandman sugar, according to need of 023
they .
i Btartce No. :101 11:00, southbound, limited, due with the U. S. Department of Agriculture plums, dot with butter,- sprinkle attention. Planta Immediately here attracted ; :; , ,-
: p. HUNo.
2 at Washington, will dia- lightly with cinnamon and bake In and the propagated ;.'*
northbound, local due variety tent out for trial. .,.
cuss "How Proven Sires Have a moderate oven. Serve hot
Stark: "::43 a. m. or cold Mr. Jones also sent: plants .
to .
d No., 12, northbound local, due i Contributed to Imrpovtng Dairy -but always freshly baked, with Alabama, where tile southern 'f : ;-

+ Btark. 3:05: p.'m.y Herds." Dr. Tlgert will speak at whipped cream, sprinkled liberally succeeded and is now variety > '. *. "

y 'No. 108, northbound, due Starke, 11:13. with shredded coconut. This may commercially. beiDagrown $1.50 ;

M Fit p. tr.bA After lunch Alf. R. Neu. en. president be> mad of canned plum a* well. The culture .... .
leaves W..... of the State Guernsey' Breed- Plain, but thick plum pie with dewberries of this I and other I i'

No. 101 Stark T:00 a. M. ers' Association, will about olden brown i and trailing blackber ' ;; *' !: .'
speak cover, tatted to allow ,ries 1 '";
/ *
No. discussed :
s'/ 101 arrive 1:40 in Farmer's :;
: p. m. Bulletins ,
Th Future of Florida In the Fieldof steam to escape, are very ap- 998 ; :
and 1403. r '
L. .
.Iae Bus 9ckededear Milk By-ProducU. The final petising. *
address will be given by Hon. Na- .Isabel S. Thursby.' : I1

r Southbound-0:31: a. m* 11:31 than Mayo state commissioner of Leesburg Dreyfus Smith op '' .

; a. m., 4:01: p. m., 4:31:: pIlL, 11:14 agriculture.At: TO BUILD TRENCH SILOS ened service station and grocery : u///)/ lose/ QH /une 1st
store ,
Len. : ,3 o'clock a sight-seeing trip -- on Dixie Avenue and Empire

Northbound-:50: a. .... 1:28: p. over Silver Spring 1* scheduled. Ocala, Fla. -Plan* are now under street. _

_ ;?. '1., 4oeT: p. m., 7:53: p. m., 4:41 a. One June 11 a special dairy field way for Marion county farmers Tampa-Thl* city: seeks Veter-
>i. day will be held at Inspiration to build five trench silos, a* well ana hospital.

Ticket. and Information at Ranch, near Bradenton. a* one of the standing type. In the Lake Worth Lake Worth !:I :

n Imlth's Service Station, next teCourthouse. near future reports Clyde H. Norton Flower Shop opened at 14 Reanno

county agent. Arcade by Edward Snyder.
.Strand Theatre
Closing of Mall Work on Chattahoochee-Rlv.r East Main
,. streeajformally, opened. 'If have not subscribed
.1: Bout County ,4-H Fla.-club About boys 125 and Pinella girls Junction. road progressing steadily St. Augustine '- John Blocker you it will

i, r 7 TraM No. 107, first das mall, recently attended the annual club River Junction store purchased Russell 'Mier'* grocery .
Swimmingool at No. 37
10:10 '
: a m.
Mulvey street -
1i.::: Train No. 11 10:00a. rally day at the fair ground here. ) opened for season alter being Jacksonville
parcel post, : Plan under to do
Salad way
nu mixing demonstrations, farm mproved. i to paint skeleton of Tidewater you so without delay -

North' and home talks, games, and a bar- Key West-Bids to be asked soon Glass Cc, building to

;, ;11 1 Train {No. 12, parcel post, 2:45: becued flab dinner were some of for erection of local post office n. OO. ... cost approximately

; .pm the outstanding events. The prin- uildlng. Lake Butler
l'? Train No. 108, first class mall. cipal speakers were William Gom- St. Augustine --: Hotel Terminal
Peter Kendrick and Cafe,
S:3O on West Main
'f : p. m. street,
county agent. Mrs. Joy Belle
Engineering Co.
received contractor under
Final closing of night mall 6:00 management.
\ : less[
home demonstration
agent, erection of addition to st.,
,';4. p. m. and lodge at Augustine. Q. Agner purchased -
R. W. Blacklock
f' Stark and Bell Branch state boys'club national cemetery on Marine W. 1. Took* 40-acre of

!, Mail close 7:00: a. m. agent. treet- land between her and Hanson
f, Mau arrive 1:40: p. m. .

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remove this cup from me: and his name shall be called The be
held next
1 Sunday at Saxton NOTICE
l1 nevertheless not my will, but thine Prince of Peace.-Isaiah 9: a. Of SCHOOL spa BIOS! {
be done." II Methodist church by Rev. W. B.
What question did the rich ruler GRAHAM Person wishing" to bid on school
This "place" was the garden of ask Jesus Answer read-Luke Christy pastor of Lawtey Methodist Onle Mae Smith has route In Hradford county for
'" the term of
4 l' \"' Gethsemane. Mark 14:32: leSl.n will fll. theft
I says "And 8:18.: church 3 o'clock. A cordial bids with the Board of Public In-
they came to a place which was May 31 i nvltatlon extended the public. .tructlon Up to Monday Noon. June Vr ,

ieet oa Ight unto ptli-Pulm 119:105. named Gethsemane: and be saith Graham Defeats Hampton 12-13 1 5' 1931 pel
word isl Sap unto my ay : God is Merciful-Thou art a God Tuesday will b. let the 101l0wln.
fu to his FY6
disciples, Sit ye here while ready to pardon and .
All religious teaching doctrine I shall gracious PRESBYTERIANServices I Graham defeated Hampton Saturday Information ooncerninp these t ,
4 1'tT W r"d,vf 3ltnun. creed, if they are to have any claim Jesus was accompanied from the merciful slow to anger and of i afternoon by the lopsidedscore testes can be had at the above of.

ItM love loyalty and devotion or the people must be Jn harmony with "upper room" by eleven great kindness. Nehemlah 9: Sunday May 31 as fol- of 22 to 13. Hampton scored A. J. QRWIS, .. 1
D the Christ whose words fit Into fold disciples 17. 1-IS-it-.-1/
of Jesus the every and crevice! (Judas lows: in the first Inning and continuedIn Superintendent

btelbCuman heart and of whom. it was said in John 7:46,"NEVER MANAgE of these having departed), and eight Where can we find sure protec 10 a. m. Sunday school J. M. i the second when they scored ,
b TILLS were left at the edge of tion
MAN: from
I LIKE temptation Answer off Strickland and NOTICE OF
the garden but Truby, supt seven runs Rey FINAL bISCIIA.RGIa
Peter James
4 of Bradford and Union counties are Invited to use this John and read-I Cor. 10:12: IS. 11 a. m. Morning worship, sermon nolds. -
were taken
further Notice
Pastors of \ organizations and ancementa. and June 1 by the pastor. Theme "The It looked like for the da .. U hereby siren that Uty
rtment for news given Jesus said to them, "Tarry If Ye a runaway after date hereof on to.wit{
Space freely ad no charge made-the only re- here and watch." Verse 40 of'to ye \olce Obey-If ye will obey my Glory of Sacrifice; Hampton boys when they scored the llnd day of July, 1811+ i the ??.' pr t
Items reach this office before Wednesday"otherwise indeed and keep my cove- 7 p. m. Christian Endeavor topic designed administrator of the estate ;
such ,
IRN that day's lesson adds "Pray that three runs in the third Inning to 01 Stephen Dlim, deceased, will
they cannot be handled for current Issue.SEBMONETTE enter not into ye nant, then ye shall be a peculiar "How is the Work of the Missionary put them in front by the score of m. voucher and final account present
temptation. .
The"sup" treasure unto me above all to th Honorable tree A. j
people: Gardiner.
Changing Mrs. O. b
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11 to 1. In the fourth and all the
Place: The Garden of Gethse- meant Joy or sorrow "Here for all the earth is mine; and H. crest oontir' Judire of Bradford County
ye Lowry. Utrlda :
WZERL of the and ask for hi* approval
it was the way Hampton was completely r
toh mane Just outside Jerusalem. assumption of tte sins shall be unto and
me a kingdom of No evening preaching service on my dlecharr a* such admlnlrflktor *-
of S held in check by the speed ? .
Turned Lesson Truth:: : True always together with the priests and a holy natlon.-Exo-
are prayer account of the evangelistic meet- This Und
Tables fearful artist Reynolds. After the third day of May 1931.211(4.11 .
IA contains submission to God's separation from his Father dus 19: 6, 6. ngs at the Methodist church. The ** *. DAVIS.
went Inning Graham started knocking
men up which that 1-
18:10.;: assumption involved a What is AdministratorNOTICR
promise to
given those
pastor that our attend
will.Introduction urges people the old apple all over the diamond
the one a
" : temple to pray; separation culminating in that saddest who remember the
to the : "Jesus had spoken poor? Answer, what will probably be the closing
'and continued all the rest of the
Srlflee. and the other a publican. his last discourses to the disciples of ail the cries from the cross read-Psalm 41:1. service of these meetings this eve- Or IWHTW1TIOW' OF SUIT
r4st stood and 'My God my God, why hast thou i way. Graham collected 24 hits and HV ATTACH MHNT ,,
The Pharisee pray- (recorded in John 14 to 16), he had June 2 ning. -
forsaken six walks off of the combined offerings -
iau with himself. God. I thank eaten his last supper with them met' The Power of Thought-As be Prayer meeting Wednesday at 8 of Dlckaon, Morgan Wads- In County Jud .'. Court, Bradford
air. IT that I am not as other men I and they had sung their last hymn There is not better illustration of thinketh in his htoart so )is he.- o'clock.A County, Florida
I Mast and while
worth. Williams Arthur i
tpl1a unjjust. adulteror prayer than "Father If thou be Proverbs 23: 7. mmt.
extortioners, together. Coming out of the city cordial Invitation to all our Hampton secured 13 hits off of

or even as this publican. 'Jesus and the eleven disciples descended willing remove this cup from me: What descrlpUon'did Christ give services extended to all.Jacksonville and Strickland. vs.

ft. I fast twice In the week, I the slope into the Kidron nevertheless not my will, but thine, of the last' Judgment Answer, Reynolds was the leading hitter Broughton with 6-, A. B, Green Defendant.,

all that I "And there appeared an angel read-Matt. 25:81: 6. Civil Aelloei A ..
tithes of possess. valley. At the brook in the bot- e and with ilx tallies.Reynolds
leading scorer
standing 'tom unto him from heaven, strengthening June S To A. li. Green and all other ".1'-' i
Hi And the publican of the valley they paused and of Graham was the sons $Interested!
Ie L would not lift up so much him. This "strengthening"may Walt Patiently Walt Take notice, that the "
off. Jesus prayed the great intercessory on the on llnd day-
while Dickson of
winning: pitcher
but emoteS come by removing the burdenor Lord l.I tV ter ol ot April> A. D., let:. Arthur .,. .
his eyes unto heaven prayer recorded in the seventeenth : be of good courage, and he Hampton was the loser, A return lalntlir. Instituted and commenced

his breast. saying God be chapter of John. It was a prayer by giving strength to bear it. shall strengthen thine heart: wait engagement will be played in bP': attachment of a certain Chevro-

fretful to me a sinner. not for himself, but for others. .. We should leave the decision to the I say on the Lord.-Psalm* 27: 14. Hampton May 30th. I.t his suit sedan against engine A. numb.B. Green llltttt In th.,

|4. I tell you this man went after offering the Intercessory Lord. "And being in an agony he Who said all things are possibleto a be re entitled court.

n to his house Justified rather prayer Jesus went across the. prayed more earnestly; and hissweat him who belleveth? Answer, Fla., May 18, 1931 A.This B. Green therefor and I I.aU to other command persona yon

i the other: for every one that brook Into the garden where he was as it were great dropsof read-Mark 9:23.: Editor I"t.r..t.d therein to apepar before r

himself shall be abased; had often Here to blood falling down to the June 4 Bradford Mr. Forest Reynolds and familyof aid court, at the court house at
uUth prayed. 'hf was i County Telegraph, Jacksonville were their Htarke Florida' on Monday, June
j be that humbleth himself shall pray alone making the last preparation ground. Law of Love Love workethno Starke. Fla. I.,. 1111, and herein fall not lest de. ,,.
Luke was a learned physician.He ill to his neighbor: therefore parents Mr. and Mrs. Frank Ab- fault b* entered against you,
(exalted. of the human side of his Dear Sir: here the week-end. Gilt). A. OAHDINER, 4,
enathy over
r yer. Without thy mercy 0 nature for the cross that was onlya probably understood the meaning love is the fulfilling of the law.- I would appreciate it very muchIf ,I County Judge Bradford Count)
Miss Gertie Johnson has returned
?J, we are all undone. None of few hours away." of" sweating "great drops of Romans IS: 10. you would publish this little article home from her position in I D. ... KNIGHT. ..ta.rlo.leI..... Florlda.
I merits. Wee blood. How can we get an increase aDd Attorney for Plaintiff. 4.
our own k-t-lt-l-l
win plead There was a dispute among the I expressing the very genuine Starke at the cold packing plantMr
sinned and fall short of "And when be rose up from blessing from God? Answer, read
all disciples as to which should be the appreciation of the Baptist Chit i and Mrs. Osteen of Brooker
glory. We throw ourselves greatest. Jesus said to them "he; prayer and was come to his disciples Psalm 67:5: 8. I dren's Home here In Jacksonvilleas were visiting their daughter Mrs. .OTICHTOAPPKAJtThe ,
he found -
1. n thy grace and forgiveness. that Is the greatest among you let them Bleeping for i well as that of the Children's John Surrency here Sunday.
Btat of Florida.
And said unto to Balllo!
sorrow. them. Why
pen. him be as the younger; and he thatis TEN COMMANDMENTS FOR Home Society of Florida to Rev. Mrs. Math Wasdin was a visitorin 'adcett, Ureetlnvt _
! member the Sabbath Day to sleep ye? rise and pray. lest ye It appearing; by affidavit append '
chief as he that doth serve PARENTS 3. P. Raymond, pastor of the Baptist Starke Friday. th *
n Dill of
enter into Inbe
p> it Holy-Exodus 20:8.: Go to I am among You as he that serv- temptation"Do church at Starke and a num- Mr. and Mrs. Wadvworth of Chancery, Cause pending In the Clr-
arch Sunday. eth." you ever tall asleep or grow ber of other friends who cull Court In and for Bradford
> in work for the Lord 1. Thou shalt love thy child with recently Hampton was a visitor here Satur- County Florida., wherein J. J. Pad-
After the supper came Peters weary your all thy heart and with all thy soul through the efforts of Rev. Raymond day afternoon. Stt I. Complainant and Bailie Pad.,

warning and his boasting and If so follow the Lord's advice with all thy strength but wisely made a wonderful contribution Mr. and Mrs L. C. Smith and rett ndant. la defendant Is. a non-resldant, that the said of d*. 4
that enter not into the
SUNDAY SCHOOLLESSON Christ's prediction that Peter I'' tation"A"Pray ye temp- with all thy mind... of potatoes and other vege- family were visitors in Starke Sat-' State of Florida, and that her rs.lence clef;

would deny him which came true writer "The most Innocent 2. Thou shalt think of thy child 'tables particularly a very gener- urday. person Is In unltnown.the State and of Florida there I*the no

I when Peter denied Jesus three says not as something belonging to thee, ous supply of strawberries for the We are sorry to report that Mrs. serrlce of a subpoena' upon whom %!
times at the high priest's house. in can hardly expect to escape but as a person. children under our care. Ezekiel Dryden is on Ue sick list aid would hind said defendant, and that
defendant I I. the
Gethsemane. It lies In the age of It
FOR MAY 81, 1931 verses 5 -61 of this chapter. directly 3. Thou shalt regard his respect Every now and again Rev. Raymond again. Hope she will soon recover. years, said cause being a Bill of Dt.rorc .

The lesson proceeds "and he way to heaven. and love not as something to,be 'I and these other friends get Mr. Lem Parrish was a visitor In -(indent.. It b*Is and ordered she I that said de-
"And while he yet spoke, behold hereby: requlreit -'
I Subject: Jesus in Gethsemane.Golden came out and went as be was demanded but as something worth i up-vegetablea, fruits clothing, etc., Starke Saturday afternoon. to appear to the said bill of l

[ Text: "Father if thou be wont to the Mount of Olives; and a multitude and he that was earning. for the Baptist Home and our Society Mr Charlie Kelly and sons of Htarke complaint, Kradfonl at the County Clerk's Florida office In i .
called Judas, one of the twelve to
ling, remove this cup from me: his disciples also followed him. And 4. Every time thou art out of ; and we Just wanted all ol Brooker were visitors at the base- answer said. Hill on the lat day of

rertbelesB, not my will but thine. when he was at the place he said went unto Jesus before to them kiss,him.and drew But Jesus near patience with thy child's Immaturity them to have some definite credit ball game here Saturday, a-atlona June, A.of I>',said 18SI Illll, otherwise will b* taken the all as*, .y'

> done. Luke 22:42.: unto them Pray that ye enter not I and blundering thou shalt call through your paper for the fine assistance Mr. Marvin Dirt of Louise, wasa oafesaed. It I I. further ordered that

|Lesson Text: Luke 22:24-71: into temptation. And he was with said unto him "Judas, betrayer", to mind some of the childish adven that they have given us in visitor here Saturday. his ror tour order consecutive b* published ono a week lylt
weeks In the
I thou the Son of man with a kiss'
I ted parts S9-54.) drawn from them about a stone's tures and mistakes which attended our work. We should also like to Misses Nellie Strickland and nradford County a n.w.

I Time: The night before the cru- cast and kneeled down and pray Then for the Jesus disciples and Peter offered drew his to thy own coming of age. say a special word of appreciationto Mabel Mills were visiting Miss .paper d In Uradford of general County circulation, Florida.publish." !

on. ed. Saying. Father if thou he will- fight 5. Remember that thy example Is Mr. H. J. Sewell who so kindly Strickland's aunt Mrs. Volley McKinney Done and ordered at fltarke, Flor-'
sword and cut of the ear of Mal- I Ida this 10th day of April A. D.Q. more eloquent than thy faultfinding loaned the use of his truck for the of Sampson Friday, who 1931.
chug the servant of the high priest .
and moralizing. has been ill.NOTICK W.
bringing in of these :vegetables very ALDERMAN
Jesus healed the servant and for 6. Remembers,,that it is thchild's y etc.; to Jacksonville. Clerk Circuit. Court. r
Fake Up Your Liver Bile. bade his dlsclpled resist. He was (Seal Bradford County, Florida
privilege to make a hero o f Those who have recently made ATTEST Above I* a true copy t
then arrested and taken to the to. original
thee and take thou thought to be such a generous contribution of TAX DICED onGIW.I".A! my. office.. ,
high priest's house "And Peter
a proper one. berries vegetables etc. Clerk Circuit Cour
-Without Calomel followed afar off. The closer onekeeps Notice Is hereby given that C. Sltt513.In .
7. Thou shalt strive to be a signpost a marvelous lot of beautiful
to Jesus the easier it U to ilsMon astsnee' and holder. of tax
upon the highway of life nth Easter lillles are the following: certificate( No. 2R7 Sixth day of Au. NOTICE
follow him.Prayer er than a rut out of which the T. S. E. M. H a-iist A. D. 1D2U. has filed said certificate -
l And You'll Oat orBed U thb..fc at...... ...:yoga fooddetca't and submission to God' Williams Thomas. In my office and mad: application
Jump wheel cannot turn. t. Brownlee. Ray Newsom J. :M:. for tax deed to lasu, thereon Court Bradford County
. . .b the ..... Florida. z
* n 1-S **.7 will are also helps. In accordance with law. bald In Chancery!
a the Morning Rarin to Go Os Meats .* yew .*...... Tea km* a 8. Thou shalt teach thy child to Truby F. F Flume, H. H. Lewis cartltlcal..mbrrcai the followlns I* 7. Blackburn
stand on his own feet and fight hIs A. J. Thomas, B. C. Holtzendon described' property nltuated In Bradford Complainant.Sabina .
fIaIdro lsd LM and ysr its.s.o felt.9ttnsib.e DAILY BIBLE READINGS county, Florida. to-wlt, Dlraw t
If TOO reel sour and rank and the 1M..Ig..l M b1e.1r. T_ Mad own battles. and John Powell.Appreciating Commence at Northwest corner of Blackburn:: ::

Njrld looks punk,don't traHow a lot .....*.ye.teal......*....Teat..... May 29 9. Thou shalt teach thy child U all that you are Northeast quarter of Southwest It appenrlnir by affidavit appended }

W emits niotral water, oil. laxattrs ........... Fellowship: We took aweet counsel see beauty, to practice kindness to constantly doing for our Society 10 quarter rod and Wait run 10 rod Kant North 10 rod.20; Mouth rode .to the Hill Sled na the above elated i

Nad/ or chewing l gum and topoetm wh..'s......d4oaaTun'5Im1a1irsybl1WseefdwtwdW" together and walked unto the love truth and to live in friendship. through your columns I am, to beginning:. Section 1 Township 7, cause defendant that therein Hablna Blackburn the

tonakB JOG ..= ... house of God in company.55 .-Psalm 10. Thou shalt make of the place Very sincerely yours South The) Kane a..e ement 12 Ka.of t-said 1 acre property. of the state named of Stlorld.I. a. ,nonresident and

Edbnoyssttuldtull of b.sgit.brIta...,.........sag...- : 14.Who. wherein thou dwellest a real home. Marcus Fagg, under the; eald certificate Issued was she U a resident of the City of Sioux ,
City State of Iowa
rw u.p cut do!t. "Theyjw .q ftIr ...... nu.attM, I.od... Nei..r alone is worthy to receivehonor a haven of happiness.for thyself. State Superintendent In Unless the name ald of certificate Elisabeth shall redeemed mal In care of lit. Vincent, and rets Hospital her ;!

La tiowe act Illfg BIOeF =......:--.sfleeBttt.e.w and glory and power T Answer for thy children,,and for thy chit- according, law, tax deed .' Ind Floor, and I I. over the age of r

dcpi at Qe a1.B. 'ne tlrl/sswtteeMha4w. read Rev. 4:11. dren's friends.-Mount Dora Topic Eustls Gas plant being Installed of will June Issue, A.thereon D. ml.on the Seth day Twenty-one It Is therefore" years ordered that laid
msom,.,.lr dowaaed.da. teslmt grd.tttwEr.pahlu.algw'I. May 80 '.. in this city. Dated this I3rd day of May A. D non-resident defendant b* and !.

Bm. It should poor.. two ......,...........daga.tetasOasyk1JIE1 The Prince of Peace-For untous SERVICES ,AT SAXTON Okeechobee -:- Telephone Exchange 1/I1 O. W. ALDERMAN;, bill hereby 1 of Complaint required: filed to. appear In said to cause the.

Zllmdl of rand 150s Fate|UUI iMreTefc fiei'yms o No 3rd...... .... a child is born: and the government building on Parrott avenue Clerk of Circuit Court on or before the let day of Jon, A.
D. Iftll, otherwise the allxsatlons of
Bradford County, Florida.FTHE
ItW11M111, shall be upon his shoulder: Regular preaching services will nearing completion. IU.ntI.U.I said bill for divorce, will h* taken asconfessed
by said defendant. It I. >;
further ordered that this order be

I --MAIN THING ON MAIN STREET" By L. F. Van ZehnFitM -J I County.published. .Telegraph week once a week In.a newspaper the for four Bradford pub"on.outlv. > i .

llsheit In said. county and slat.
rtes, suprtr OP I 5OMO r1ICe C111CKBNS mss TCe lac 94! 1i4.A1'1U1' This April 16th, A. D. 1131 ;
: ;; OD IIUrIT CAN4 lb TBAMABl .I (Seal) Clerk Circuit Cow
HAP7En IF 'tI-I1 f'MN i5r. 'O tIO'" r.UI't :M. U. JOHNS. }t
Poa A GOOD STTIre NfflVis9 Solicitor for Complainant.

COURTEOUS NES03PAPEiZ / aA BCmA 1 /S> HATE V \RlXlctulu'4 gN Op MIf'IT - t ? NOTICB /

SHOW MILTS & YoubI Jg PaAP1Ote In Circuit Court. Bradford County 8
A BYO } Florida. In C Iancery.U. .
MUTTERS FLOOD 1 r Kirk Lewis
tf NY4Ta' ma rlO( Complainant.

v ' OUR IAwle.
PMM Defendant.
by affidavit app n4>
"a 3PDMO 1kAw 14A'4E' 11t .tPfrlmfl filed In the above

IN 111L cause that Leslie Illck Lewis, th*
& TURNED MAIN defendant therein named I I. a nonresident
tTlZttr IKTO SUCH A of the Stale of Florida, and
fl40n ah* I* a resident of the town of Bay i
HAT 1kE piM.II ae Mine".. State of Alabama, and rte
CEMTRTf her mall In car of Mrs. J./ H. 1110..... i
over the age of twenty-one
iSARY TO "IrZNC43POQT year. of an*. It I I. therefore ordered
THE that said non-resident defendant b.
HV3TECIOU1 FAT: o 5j. and she I Is hereby required to appearto

lAtrt ACCOM "ii ctREsT' .. the bill of complaint filed In said
art cans on or before the lit day *f
A FLANK. Jan A. D. 1531 otherwise the allesatlons -
a Lf1DARNlT of said bill for divorce' and
otb.r relief will b. taken. a* COBfeesed -
by said defendant. It I. fur.
liter ordered that this order b. pabllshed -
once a week for four eonteonllv -
week In the Bradford ConnJr
[ By Csarlea McMaaOI : .'.TsUrraph a aewspapsr published L*
DOROTHY: aid' county and *tal*. ip
.. ThI April 17th, 111. 1 t
O. W. ALDllnW N.II. .

wAw'r You WI3 FATHER HAi A ITS A 00 TMEY TAetaOSEASEI Gt7 N AMt)9 o av ) Y JOHNS Clerk C"CU" Court. ,;

TO Wtm BAt CAl1fc OF bvHAT 3 IA'f / A>t YT 4sa. Solicitor for Complainant f.l.ft-l-1 ,

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i I I. hereby given that thirty
( days after dale to-wlt}
sap the let day of June. .lo.I.o1 the ua-
1 derelvned' Guardian' for Lucille For' v '
J 1 sytb and Kucene Foreyth' minor
JI hair of W. B. Forsyth dsce.sed. +
JI I I : will apply to the hono.all. 0.... A.. ,
I I i/ Gardiner Judge of Bradford i
J County, Florida, for an order to cell
/ at private sale the one-fourth undivided
Interest each of said minor's
In and to the following! describe
lands lying and being in Bradford 'Ili
County! Florida to-wlt: .
The south half I of th. Northwest .i
I quarter of the Northwest quarter of k
I .. Section One (1). Township Five" (*).' lr '
South of Bans. Twenty-one ill), ,
least excepting therefrom one aor
square In the floutnweet Corner of
staw. I same, deeded to Everarnen Church.,
August 13rd. 1t08, containing !la aJd
nlaetsen acres more or lees. ,
C.9NIl. This 1st day of May 3531MAOuld
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happens to throw Duval county in- will go down In the minds of those growers of Brevard county are going er Thomas gave an
Bradford County Telegraph to Congressman, Green's district, present as being the best of their to try them out and figure that talk stating that exceUent IIIIait

From Oti0 PensIn I he la sure to have opposition in the kind ever provided for such an oc they can set them on the northern assembly and IntroduclDr purpose *
Established 1877' person of Mayor John T. Alsop of casion. Editor Harry Brown of: markets earlier than even Plant mander Safay who eo-.

f Jacksonville. And that will Just the Gainesville Sun was joint boat City and Wauchula. At a recent Impressive and interesting gave a

(( Sat' Published Weekly on Fridays and Entered as Second Class these day they .tart dyeing be too bad for Mr. Green's congressional The next meeting wUl be held with meeting of Brevard county growersan 'recounting incidents of ad::

td'i Matter at the Post Office at Starke, Florida young. Starke Telegraph. Or future, according to the wise Editor Robinson and Congressman organization was formed to be the part of American bob:
perhaps to keep yonng.--Bronaon boys.-Tampa-Life.. Lex: Green, both of whom come known as the Indian River Strawberry served with him In ,.
t E. S. Matthews ___________________ Owner and Publisher Journal. -... ---onr, from Starke, Bronaon Journal. Growers Association. About and 'closing by theA,.

{' J. C. Robinson ___________________-__ Managing Editor -o-- Whether Ocala designated u o forty well known farmers attended -. bridge to the memory dedicating ot
The Starke (Fla.) Telegraph the site for the veterans home or "President Hoover had two bot- the organization meeting which of Bradford and Union h

ti SUBSCRIPTION RATE editor says baldness U caused by not, Ocala la grateful to Congressman ties 'of cane Juice be brought in was held at Melbourne. A check; who gave up their live c ta!!
the lack of hair. Either he's a Green and other out-of-the- [from Porto Rico thrown overboard of those present made by the Mel- World War.Following. "IIlI1a

Yeerljr, $1.59; Six: Months, 75c-Payable In Advance bachelor or hi* wife la a peach.- city friends for their efforts in by inspectors. They are hard- bourne Times revealed that plans . .

; i Advertising: Rates .n Application HillyarJ (Wash.) News. bringing General, Hines and his boiled with the president andleaky" have been made by twenty-five the \
; i r ;Y -- -- committee here. Ocala has no political '. congressmen, says the growers to plant strawberries another else the crowd dedication ae,
i tYaid' .. Some of those going courting wires to pull,and only wants Starke Telegraph. Just how old i i season. It 1* hoped to have picnic grounds returned to"
The legislature has sick days to adjournment before marriage afterwards complete I ed an opportunity to present its was that cane Juice anyway T- 'over a hundred acres pledged before speeches were ,made where a nUlllb"lI

o the course in a courtroom.- i case on merit. -.Congressman Green Macclenny Press. Depend upon a planting In the fall. WID.' R.ROWlCb big barbecue prevlOUlIG

} Summer flirtations are usually warm affairs.o Starke Telegraph. And that Ic i baa enabled 'us, to tdo Just that. citizen of Baker county to ask just 'of Eau Gallie, was elected Legion Post. served by the 81&tkt
that., Nextt-Bronson ,JournaLo : Ocala Star. such a question.-Starke Tele president of the association. E. H.
o -- o graph. Must have been pretty aged, Every, of Melbourne I Lt vice presi e e ,
The best paying: oil wells in Florida are the corner filling Starke Telegraph thinks the first If there is an extra session of Bro. Robinson, to have been thrown dent and Alex R. Tucker, of Eau From Starke we drove to Cilia..

stations. : yodler got his inspiration from a the legislature, the blame can be overboard when carried by the Gallie, secretary and treasurer. VIIIe'to call on the heir app 1
cat fight on the back fence. And placed squarely on. the shoulders president. However, come over Times-Union. of the Traer family nut Jr., 2

ir= we opine that a, crooner got his of the. various'groups and Individuals some time and we'll show you someyou ----o- pectlng to find him deeply eegrotl
The proposed tax on billboards represents a 35 percent (inspiration from a Jackass wearinga who have been badgering the won't throw overboard.MaecleDDY A mighty howl la going up from ed in ,the study of past s>ertollA-
r tax on the earnings. mute.-Timea-UDIoD. legislator not to reduce salaries, Press antes of Horace Greeley,
gross Tampa as a result of the proposedlaw Ch&rlll,
.g Yo eliminate Judicial circuits or tax Dana, James- Gordon
o( o ---o--- to tax cigarettes and cigars, Bennett II
this and that The capital au. Instead, however
) Corking good time usually fol-' : of the which, of course, I* perfectly nat we four
one member legislature
We elect men to represent us at Tallahassee and then try low uncorking time. Starke ( baa been overrun with lobbyists him strenuously engaged In a
bill ural. Tampa sees In the proposed
hasn't introduced' a ac
1 they are'slowing-up the ;onstratlon with his 3
to run the office for them.. ," Telegraph And headache 'and action of. committees; ,anlS.on the cording: to "Beau Peep,' of the Tal measure the utter ruin .of its biggest !clas*. He had Just knocked"physical hi 1
- -0 nervousness always follow both.- lahassee Democrat. He is N. D. Industry, but If this Industrywere a ,
Gainesville News. floor of bothr houses-Ooala .Star.I run and was of the opinion
Evening Walnwright, of Bradford. That located in Jacksonville or thtt
The world will never better as long as fishermentell ----- ,0- he WOuld get a grade
grow ----o ; A-pllll
,might make a good platform for Miami, we doubt if there would be the'etrort.. tw
of the big ones getting away. An echo is the only thing capableof Walnwright Due Medal Mr. Walnwright to use in a race the slightest stir In Tampa. While .

_o depriving a woman of the last '(Mari nA Floridan.) for re-election. Two members are there 1* a possibility that the sale e eWe .

word.-Starke Telegraph. And we N. D.: Walnwright Is a representative tied for the honor of Introducingthe of cigars would be curtailed slightly had a brief visit with Bk
i< Undertaking is a well-paid profession-the only time an are fool enough to wonder If the Bradford and his "buddy"nhnrto.... ,.....?
In legislature from largest number-Robineau of Is not likely that the propos - -- "
j|| undertaker goes intO the hole,is when he is buried. echo can make good. Bronson county. He la said by manyto Dade and Rowe of :Manatee, who ea! tax would_ ao. anything, mine the of Eostls. In their cumfarfab4
suite in the
o be the most constructive member have a total 'of 62 each.-Tampa harm the Tampa folk pretend to new dormitory, whlct
---- reminds
of the present session. He u Tribune. And probably all threeof think It would do. If the legislature me very much of the Get
f A car driven by a man full of liquor is more dangerous Washington.
Abolishing officers does not' always Hotel In
the only member who has not Introduced them are wrong from the standpoint should abandon every tax Jacksonville
than truck load of booze handled, from necessity, by a sober mean a saving In' taxes.- a bill., of their constituent: Probably measure that la proposed simply only the cost is less. I WM IaI-

d driver. Bradford County (Fla.) Telegraph.Not The people of ir'lorida should by Wainwright should have in- because some group was. opposed pressed with the idea that boYle!

d even in Maine where we are popular subscription give him a troduced a couple of local bills, to it, not one would be:passed A the University have a hard tint
J to have the new Code law If referendum gold medal. The largest numberof while the other two should have tax on cigars, cigarette/, candy Maybe they do some school wort

';z Poetic justice is a husband being christened by the wife doesn't knock It sky-high. bills Introduced, were by Robi- been a lot less active In the matterof cosmetics and other non-essentials in the mornings in class, and lOb

breaking a bottle of his own home brew over his head, as re- -Lisbon Falls (Me.) Enterprise. neau of Dade and Rowe of Madison, bills.-Bronaon Journal. would raise several million dollars i study in the evenings but the afta-
----o--- each presenting 62.i ._. oAs -_. without doing particular harm noon we were there seemed to ht
lated the TimesUnion.The
by .
From the taken up
largely with
efficiency shown Sena- - Others See Him to anyone and would aid materially atUetlc
o tor Johns, of Bradford county; Is i It would ais6: : 'mattets a;'lot In r81lmn& real'estate of the un- games ,and'sports, sun baths am
paving the way toward the next .easier for the legislature if'every .(Winter Garden Journal) the like
same fellow who would bore holes in the bottom of fair burden it 1* now carrying..
I presidency of the senate. A better business man and property owner The fisherman riseth up' early In * ,
? ; his boat to drain the water out holes in his umbrella]] II ,; Punta Gorda Herald. .'
punches one could 'not be found.-Gaines would be willing, to pay -the tax the morning and>disturbeth' the -=a-=- From Gainesville we drove ors
to it ville Evening News. : whole household' one of the' finest
see when stops gaining. they should, but ItV human nature highways b
-o- ,to want the othelfellow to pay the Mighty are his preparations.He The Tax Situation Florida' to Palatka smooth u t
o .
the bill t goeth forth full of hope. (Tampa Tribune.) ballroom ''floor
1 If Chinese proverb) "When a -Starke T graph. And it's and plenty rid
Tax' relief will be found on the stump in 1932, accordingto nation makes many laws It has begun not human nature1 t *pay a tax: that Very late in the evening he return- ,Taxes on the living, with five concrete bridges and orerpasses -

the Tampa Tribune. That stump will be as hard to findas'Iloover's to die" la true, then this coun- in three years will amount to more eth smelling of strong drink., Taxes on the dead, into a beautiful reside
prosperity corner. try la dead from the neck up.- than the property Is worth. And And the truth 1* not In him. Taxes when youre working, Ual section of Palatka that I
Bradford County Telegraph. Won then,too; a great many have grown' He sweareth never to go again. Taxes when in bed I didn't know existed. We returned

o der If that also applies to LEGIS tired of paying-'taxes'when' for BUT \ Taxes on your labor,' 'home over another good road from
Redding (Iowa) Herald, probably by observation, de- LATJRES-UmatIRa Tribune. every dollar paid there will be Hope springs eternal in the Fisherman's ; Taxes on your play :Palatka to Jacksonville via Ores

cides the reason there are not more railway wrecks is because --o- found anew source' of expense to the least breast.At he Taxes on your Income, Cove Spring and Orange Park.Ai
? the provocation goeth
amount 'of"
Stepping Into Woolworth's the U.215.-Delray And In what you pay. Interesting feature of the visit' !to
the engineer hugs the fireman.
: never Beach Hammer.i.. again
< Starke
Taxes in the
other day we saw a sign banging And he on your trousers. morning was Penney)
calleth it restHe's
-() ... over the candy counter where four o a Shirts and shoe and socks, Farms, with Its 'attractive colony
The Baby Grand Theatre in Winter Park offered a free pretty girls were working. The A CIty'Defined the, personification ,of optimism Taxe on your lady's for retired ministers, containing i

towel to every woman buying a ticket to see "Ten Nights in a sign read: "Kisses Ten Cents."_ Where two-thirds of the noise Believes in his finny mesmerism, Liptsicks, step-ins, frocks. considerable number of residential
Times-Union. And then you had comes from the )?eakeasles. AND Taxes on your saving, structures and a fine big chapel
JJarrpom. Carry Nation used a hatchet. one dime left from your last CO Where a one-hour parking limit SOMETIMES'HE GETS 'EM.Here's Taxes on your notes all of uniform English architec
0 cent piece. la'enough' tt" get' our'.' car filled o Taxes on your' business ture. This feature together with

with advertising matter. Taxes In many pretty bungalows and cottages
o your votes.Taxe
deficit of billion
a dollars that will likely face the a good one. Loud ap-
The Where kids burn' tothe when a profusion of beautiful
surprising feature about so cor' you marry,
plause from the
public gallery.
national government next year is something that Hoover sup many candidates announcing for ner'to'see a horse''pass'-Uke they Proposal laid before state senate Taxes when you lie, flowers, wide'boulevard throng!

porters will not bring up In the campaign.The governor Is that no one has proposed used to do when the-.,.elephants went. yesterday by Senator E. M. John. Taxes when you're sober. the town'and vast acreage in turf
o a legislative investigation. by. Starke that the Florida legisla- Taxes,when you're "high.:' oil trees and satauma orange
Starke Telegraph. Where fireplugs-it take up too Taxes when here makes Penney' Farms one of the<
Entirely get
colored who took his un- ture meet In regular session only you ,
preacher text from the Book of
necessary. The people themselveswill much parking space.; once In 10 years.. Constitutional Taxes when you go,' show place of Florida.
.4 Revelations when he preached on the present style of women's tend to that formality.-Bron- Where one-half of the people forget amendment would be required. Taxes on your assets' ,. e

t clothing, should have named his theme song. son Journal.r.o 'to pull down pie shades-and Next in April 1941. Limited to And on what you owe. Sometimes after a trip like tbli
( -_. the other half don't give a hoot 60 days. Special sessions of not Taxes on your doggies. I wonder how many of us really appreciate '
I FloridaBeantlee Pathfinder.The more than 20 days could be called Horses,SOWI and goats this great state with dire
The legislature has announced the time for adjournment Among the beauties of nature- 0" by governor. May sound a bit ab- Taxes on your houses. remarkable development WOB

:at five o'clock Friday, June 5th. The governor I has announced Florida sunsets and, moonlight state of 'Washington put a surd. But that is something the Lots and cars and boats. derful lakes, fine cities and tovnu

early fall as adjournment for extra sessions if needs be. Starke Telegraph. tax of 15 cents a pound on a buttersubstitutd'and natlou'needs-less legislation. Cer- Taxes on your future, and hospitable people. And wild
Also blondes, brunettes and tltianettes. I did not collect one tainly a legislature or a congresscan Taxes on your past, you are driving over these wonder
o .-New Port Richey Press I cent tax .during;-tbe;:;first month. do no harm when not in ses Taxes when you're eating ful highway give a measure d
Sebring American is wondering if pipe manufacturersare And 'don't forget silvery lakes It 'was simply|axedout of existence sion. :And surely either can stir up Taxes .when you, fut ,credit to Florida's efficient road is

back of.the proposed tax on cigarettes. Hardly possible, and big black bass.-P. H. A. In 1 and those wtfb" couldn't af- discontent: unrest! trouble when Tell us. Mr. Taxer,. partment and strenuously cppon
as r a ,moat Times-Union. I II ford to buy the dairWnan'a T _oroduct- _n__ engaged in turning out unnecessary Will we have to stand any effort on the part of the leg*
pipes are strong enough to themselves
protect without e I had to do
to tax awry
I without a substitute. jaws. Just scan the proceed Taxes on our harp and wing : take,more gas
aid! from a lobby. ''Trade at home campaigns'are Starke'Telegraph".,'Which'may'be ings at Tallahassee if proof Is de>- In the.Promised Land T from the'department and cripple
not necessary in those towns where good business, but we doubt that it slred.-7-Mlaml Dally;Herald. -o Its effort to maintain the thousand
- i 1 I. Bureau of values secured for money spent are is. Every' mad' ii& "'have a fair ,----oThursday \\f.t-r- 'Some Observation of" smooth highways that we noW
'!' navigation rules that canoes must hereafter equal to those to be secured else- show to conduct .legitimate business May 14, hundreds of (By 'W.:'M. Traer In'Winter have, a* 'well as build additional
arry headlights at night. The bureau.can make rules and where. Starke Telegraph. Mean- and'th 'buyln&, public should people from Bradford, Union, Baker Herald.) Park mileage a* tastes needed.

4'ff 'more rules, but couples Florida. lakes will continue to1 float Ing that trade at home to be! effective be allowed to ch between, products and surrounding counties gathered Last Thursday with my better .

along with Cupid as navigator. must start with the mer- of similar' use.-;...Bronaon Jour, at' New River to dedicate the half, I enjoyed a delightful motor .Jacksonville Cost of constructing
chants themselves.Bronaon Jour nal.-! 'and modern bridge across St. John
T' I new concrete bridge trip of about 200 mile over Flor- ,
0 nal. r 0 that spans New River, the dividing ida' fine paved river from foot of Main street M
Bridge championship.winner declares her pex are better ----o--- It's Your'Turn LIck the Cat's line between Union and Bradford of State Commander highways of the,Ameri guest proposed by Florida Ferry Co, to

c iq; bridge players than men, because ,"women.know more and Tampa Tribune says N. D. Wainwright Ear) Starke Telegraph opines, counties The new structure Is on can Legion, Emmett Safay and total about $2,000,000.Cash ,
of Bradford county:the "That a m D' with nine'children state road No. 28, which is called Mrs.
I Safay. The
'': 'study more. No mere man Is going to dispute the statement I only member of the legislature can't be blamed If he goes out and the Lake CUy-Palatka Short Route. dedication of a fine occasion was the h =

*, that women know more and study more-bridge. who has not Introduced a bill, and shoots the stork: ifhe see one in The bridge which Is the costliest bridge recently new concrete
t a the Tribune suggests some sort of his back yard." We're right with and longest structure of its kind New River on State completed over
,i a medal for Mr. Walnwright.'Rah )'01'1 'on that; brother, And neither on the route, was dedicated with 28 between Starke Highway No. Market
The state now gets a'fee of $10 all commissions issued and Lake But-
on for Walnwright! ,He Is "one right" can be:be'blamed1 If'he goes Into appropriate ceremonies to the ler. Mr.
Safay, who 1
; ,by,the governor. That little act is going to make notary publics man.-Times-Union._ [his neighbor ;yard and dig up all World War dead of Union and city attorney of Jacksonville* an assistant, / M. Shaw, Manager
X\ harder to find than Hoover's famous corner' as most ofthem' .o'----- |the cabbageplaetsj.. Furthermore. Bradford counties. The Jones-: recently elected commander of the
'/ The'bitch-biker hasn't received If be expect a blessed event he Langford-White Post of the American state '
/Q' ; get little or nothing for. serving. the .public. :I official attention from the legisla ought tot gou$>sod.bum ",up all Legion had Charge of the celebration to dedicate Legion the and new was bridge called upon Selling, nothing but the

d. t, .--o-' ture.-Starke ,Telegraph.. Why the bnlruabes..A},Q(. the male 8"X.. and many prominent Ion Post No. 66 at Starke by Leg- -

Automobiles and gasoline should not ,be taxed for a I should they when. In Palm: Beach aataVOilr.Pt, thia; netlAnjMjr-AYK.: *. *. speakers'participated A, teaturet.the Of the war dead of,Bradford, in honor and best in.meats. ,Can please
single other than county they can'"team" up on 'a ;Justas! we thougbtw..v" < dead,*I- celebration was a fiddlers* Union countle;: ' ,
purpose highways and maintenance. All
ride tho
I the benefactor, plead lence. Now ain't.ItraU just one contest and. a.flab fry.TimesUnIon. e e S. most' exacting customers
'J 1 the motorist needs is of horns'to be the guilty after being arrested
now a pair most perfect and grand big.bite in. the, neck.-High The dedication
ad r' imitation of a goat ever found in our legislative halls then be discharged with an Implied Spring. ,Telegram. ;.". o were both Impressive exercises and, which as to quality-
apology for having a rude sheriff. '--' ... He's Bight Again nnspirlag
. -- > were ,
.r) 0 Delray Beach Hammer. presided over by Poet and prices will please
"1 A merchant wa* told that he had (Palatka Dally New) Commander
{ Bradford county furnished sufficient strawberries this -----o-- Archibald Thomas of
only one month to live and so called Senator Johns, of Starke, seemsto the Starke Legion '
..i'l} ,aeason' for quite a few tummy-aches as well as shortcakes, I. Here's ForeFather In a lawyer to put his affair In have a penchant for being right. a "buddy" of Mr. Safay Poet,in who the Wa. equally'as well. Give
.the season's movement if . one grabbed from the air order. "Fix It," he said,-so that He was all to the good when he over service -
. :H j shipped entirely Jn freight refrig. and used without the knowledge of overdraft at my proposed an amendment to the thirteen year ago. A ,market aerial order.

I, erator cars of 180 crates each, would have made ten trains ofire the copyright owners exact reproduction my wife-ah* can explain: go it to to that would have prevented constitution crowd* of approximately 100O peron .
cars. not vouched for: them.' Uy equity to I meeting of the watched the column
..1.10 Father my automobile legislature oftener Of Legionnaire as -
; ... 0'' spanked hi* daughter I want 'to go to my son. He will than once In ten :year. down a hill from the they marched

'Ii ,1( Senator King of Orlando proposes to.smooth out the In- Daughter Who was got a golfing her trusty star gun, the then Installment nave to go to. .Give work to my keep"Good up Mo sponsored wan absolutely a resolution: correct yesterday whenhe : where nearby they, to the center picnic of the ground bridge The manager of this roseket' -

,I& ,qualities of tax asse8S I"J' rolls by making: them public. You Worth And shot a hole in par.-Lake Will"to the supply houses. They that,would abolish board of county ment of Boy were Scout met from by a detach :wis.borliand: raised
Herald I Iu took eoms awful tf>Qne.u .... ,..., the' op-1 "
t can depend upon one taXpayer checking up his assessment by and are entitled to something.- commissioner and place all poeIte aide. Following a prayer by j in ''Bradford county and
county affair
My the hand of three
-1>> comparison with other properties of like value,'{and there'll Only one man among the 06 equipment to the he has supervisors elected by the county: a Starke minister Post command.. returned to Starke to op

: : be less tax-dodging. representatives In the state legislature had his eye on It for several at,
years large. This, too would requirean -- .....,. en this market after an
hu failed to -
to bat for ., ..
go and X.want,*ix.of my creditors amendment to the constitution A
0 some proposed bill or resolution. for pallbearer absence of eight years.
They have carried and ratification
.,f Business interests are always after, farmers to perfect He U N. D. Walnwright Bradford me so long they might as well finish Since Florida ha by*the..a democratic people. Say it with Flower cordial invifationextend

: 1 organizations for their, own benefit, and It has been a hard Journal county.since the A check of the house the Job.";: The/ Clarion. form of government, it I fa hard to I ed to all my.old and ne*

{; problem because it farmer is suspicious of the openingday falls --- --o.... figure out Just why the legislature
appears one to reveal his name connected with The editor of ,the Suwannee didn't Flower For AllOccasion friends to trade with roe.
'" other farmer. It is the same way i in the business world, in- the Introduction or authorship of Press Association had one of their legislature want should the voters to say If the

,5. dependent merchants, suspicious of the other' independent, a single measure'of any kind.Talalhassee ..;;... most pleasant meetings at.;.the deceniaUy U It meet turn bienniallyor down the *

;', will' Mt organize to form a chain: of their own for buying --o--Democrat.. country home of Editor Elmer Mc- latest John proposal will have to -, Cash Market

,goods, but'want the legislature 'to' pass a law" >}taxing out oft Congressman Green of Starke, I* last Creary Friday of the night Gainesville, .The entertain-New on admit, Its own. .omniscience. GERTRUDE GODBEY .
.,; -- 0 .
business groups of stores whose combined buying power enables keeping himself conspicuous at the ment consisted of a boat ride on Now that Plant City Wauchula ANDERSON' Next to ,Mitchell'sDrug
:capitol in anticipation of a'rediatrlctlng beautiful Alto lake and fish !
a Starke
+ them to sell cheaper. supper and Lawteyiave, made such '
% bUL If the redistricting served under the trees which a *uceeM: growing strawberries, Phone 39 Waldo, Fla. r

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