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: June 5, 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: VID04814
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,lerll tea'oI1a [ The LegislatureBy ARE GIVEN 30 DAYS., GRACE COUNTY JAILCharged 1 CUCUMBERS FOR PICKLING FIRM *

Resident Nominated by ( Florida Press Association --- _
I Member tat President Tie and Timber Operator, However With Shooting George (By II. L. S'
dOver Rockwood.
liD.. Correspondent.) )
III'GI of the 1983 Senate. PREPARING FOR Must At Stop Once Cutting Knight of Bollgtade In Fight CITIZENS VANT} Production of cucumbers' for

.11- Tallahassee, June 1.-Monday ,WednesdayDavid LESS NOISE AT shipment In carload lots to the 1

- Lover members of tho Florida morning and the last week of the The board of county commissioners LIGHT PLANT north and east and the Carolinas
Monday nominated Senator regular session of EXTRASESSION for pickling, la a new Industry In
a the legislature! of Bradford
? county, met. Herndon In the -
of Starke as presl- the
Johns Actual Fe-
'1Ulea accomplishments haven June 1, 1931 in Council Contribute
: regular session county Jail charged with the shooting to Journal'
1,11 |of the 1933 senate. the' almost nil and practically ev- with all member present as follows of Geo. Knight of Belleglade, Magazine Section For Brooker section, which has given ti'

(roust lator Johns represents ery ,hope that had been held for The Florida senate Tuesday received : J. L. Underbill, chm.; J. O. Wednesday night Just south of Settlers employment to 60 or more persona M,

ieoeii |senatorial district Union, composed counties.I' completion of a normal program of a proposal to appoint a Joint Crews G. W. Hto>; ; R. T. Oateen Btark4] at the Humphrey place. for the last four weeks, and has
I radford and legislation without the necessity of legislative committee of nine to and J. :M. Rosier.. Knight la in the Gill hospital witha The city council of the city of resulted In the expenditure of $50-:

yam, not a bold-over. Senatorialm an extraordinary session has been draft a program of finance and Mr. R. H. Smith appeared before load of buckshot In the left side, ; Starke, met June 2nd in regular 000 In this Immediate territory, according
however Is for,alternate abandoned. taxation legislation to be the beard session with to figures which have Just Y ,
ttufIftll considered with statement of taxes his chance of recovery being about, the following members
; e presidency between districts sena- Members of the senate and house, at an extraordinary session If showing assessment at from $5.00: even, according to reports Thursday present: C. F. Hoover Chairman; this been compiled. With the results

kt the even-numbered__ AL are wondering what progress was Governor Carlton calls such a nea- to $10.00 per acr.., Similar showIngs morning. Herndon'a brother, Q. W. Alderman, J. C. Manning, N. season characterized as satisfactory
those of the oaa-numoerea aisklSenator made, if by the conferencesheld sion. made alike by growers and therepre.entatlvea
any were by Mr. Dan How- Ivy. and Jeannette Gay and Lorene Sternberg.
Pat Whitaker over the week end between Introduced by Senators Hodges, ell, Mr. L. G. Powell and others. Hull are being held as material Minutes of the last meeting were of the purchasing'' h
IBDI Ural bs, 34th district Is president Governor Carlton and the representatives Tallahassee, and Gomes Key West, Motion made by J. G. Crews, seconded witnesses. read and approved. orgtnratlon. the belief is expressed'd 1'

Ufelhta lis session. of the majority and minority the resolution proposed to give four by Q. W. Hlnson allowing Officers Investigating the shootIng Mr. Wyman of the Business locally that a considerable expansion
tutor Johns, who baa served groups In the gasoline tax senators and five representatives those people who are operating for found that a quarrel betweenone Men's Club and Mr. Roberta of tbe in production is probable next': : '

>Owl| [ui branches of the legislature: battle: When\ the house adjourned 10 days In which to prepare a legislative turpentine on state tax' lands to of the girls and Knight pre- Jacksonville Journal presented an season, with .the possibility thatother
jwho out hlai kinds of
, ts now rounding. Saturday afternoon, after, the program. continue said operations for one ceded the shooting and that the advertising proposition to the produce may be
vi&, i four-year term a* a member fourth consecutive boycott, signs Reductions of 10 to 20 per cent month, after which time deflate gun was" evidently fired from the council whereby the Journal la 'Is- grown for cannery use. ;

i Ia-! la senate, Is well versed In pros pointed for an absence of construc- In budget requests of state depart- steps wiU be taken to stop the porch of the house, the empty shell suing a magazine supplement to Louis Brower, field manager for

VIe!' and Is a member of a numif tive effort during the final week ments, and of 10 to 20 per cent working for turpentine on said lying on the floor. Knight was be mailed to prospective settlers the Manhattan Produce Exchange sass

'loxvpt important committees of thee unless the chief executive and lead in state salaries were proposed. state tax.lands:; and that tie and standing near the gate and two of for Florida. A motion was made whlcn is the organization contractIng -

holding the chairmanship ers of the warring factions were Another proposal was that salaries timber operators on state tax lands the buckshot 'tore .off one side of and carried that the council con with growers in this section :
aDrfte}! is senate committee on Judicl- able to reach some agreement by of all county officala be fixedon be stopped at once. The motion the gate 'post and seven entered tribute $ OOO to said proposition. this season for production of cu- h

way of compromise. If suggestions a graduated scale of $2,400 to was duly carried. Knight's side piercing the abdomInal A petition was presented to the cumbers for pickling, has staged
ohiietk la a graduate of the Unlver- made are not agreed to by the $7,500 annually. The bills for burial"wxpenses of j cavity. council same being Joint petitionto that his company has been highly-

, : >f Florida law school, receiving: smaller groups and carried out of Consolidation of county tax as- Jacob Bundel, U., .);. Veteran were Following the shooting Herndon the council and bond trustees pleased with the co-operation accorded

11III egree at the age of 19. He the conference for successful ac sessors and collectors offices, adop- examined and approved and reported placed Knight in a car and brought being signed by citizens living In them by the farmers, business 7

member of PI Kappa Alpha tion. It is quite likely one of the tion of a five-year plan of installment to _the U. -jS.. Government him to Starke, where he was given the section near the light and water men and the Seaboard railwayand

Phi Kappa Phi fraternities. most definite deadlocks in the his- redemption of delinquent tax for payment a* U provided by act medical attention by Drs. Middle- plant requesting some relief with the prospects for future .

oar IBS practiced law at Starke tory of Florida will continue thru certificates,< reallocation of gasoline of congress approved Juae-7,'1815.J. I ton and Holland. Herndon was arrested from the present condition of noise; development. It.

th 1915. He Is married and baa I to Friday afternoon, the end of the tax funds, and creation of a C. Box waa rest back oa. the I' a short time later and placed that necessary mufflers be placed "Our company has been doing;

tie laughter. I regular session. state tax commission were other pauper roll at $5.00:: per month. in Jail to'await the outcome of the on the old engines or that the new business for over 35: years," Mr. ?
addition to electing: the presiof -, The senate points of the plan.Abolishment Claims for pensions for Mrs. L. I' wounds he Is charged with inflicting engine be operated. A motion was Brower state. "We operate two
0? the 1933 senate; the hold- managed to sidestep of the state ad va- V. Dowling of Starke, and Mrs. on Knight.13uslness carried that the bond trustees be plants in New York City two on I

dmt members also drew for ap- prolonged agreement filibustering of by mutual lorem tax levy except for one mill Perry Browning :of Lawtey, were requested to give the matter Immediate Long Island, one in New Jersey,
ment of attaches. The followippointmenta members' from the for schools was suggested. approved.) I attention. ono In North Carolina and one in
were allowed to large and small counties. The mat- The contract for painting cells, Men's Club -- Andrews, S. C. G
ter was turned to ,
over committee
roe oldover senators: a -I etc., In Jail which had been requested Met Noon "We have a special way of preserving -
composed of senators from LOCAL
.e1 ator Andrews page; Sena- I Car of Produce For by the grand Jury and also i cucumbers which makes
sides for the DIAMOND
of discussing THURSDAY
All gUsh, stenographer; Senator purpose Arcadia by state Inspector of Jails was the pickles especially popular with ,j
and Orphanage The luncheonof
ttcl i, stenographer; Senator arriving at a compro- given to W. W. BaIsden for $50.00.He : regular bl-monthly Jewish and German people and
mise. On the the business of Starke The local baseball club
Saturday senate men was -
ea, assistant bill secretary; Is to furnish all paint and labor, sponsored with the more exclusive restauraqta -
aejl held off A will be at Brooker held In the Cafe. by the American
awaiting possible clearingup railway car Monday Magnolia Legion Post h
t4r Caro, page; Senator Stew- same to be paid when approvedand In the north.
onjl assistant head of the clouds in the house, and Thursday and Friday to receive Chairman Crews called the meetingto will play on the local diamond next
?i| tar Getzen stenographer; they may continue to hold off, potatoes, vegetables, meat, syrup accepted.The I order and a review of tbe work Thursday afternoon, according to '! From the time the cucumber +q
journal secretary
mil ; and to eat for commissioners gave a price the club Manager W. A. Besaent reaches us It Is only about 00 dayo
tor Parker pending some dec a1ou shat may be anything or wear I accomplished by was given Jr., the
stenographer; of 8.00 each to the three highest :
MlMJ arrived at In the 'chamber at the shipment to the Baptist Orphanageat I by J. M. Mitchell. name of the opposing team to be at the outside before they have
tor Chowning. page; "Senator' grade 4-H Club girls: to be used
opposite end of the'corrIdor.' Arcadia. Leaving Brooker Sat- A committee composed of J. M. announced in the week. It lethe I been consumed, hence we are obliged
postmaster; Senator Gomez, for their board at the state
ItDl The first shell was fired in the I urday afternoon it will reach paying I Mitchell C. A. Knight and W. E. plan of the team managementto to follow the production from a ,
grapher; Senator Caro, chap- 4-H Club Short Cnurse at TaUa-
Jt-J house Wednesday morning when Starke at 2:45: : and those In this ,. Torode was appointed to Investigate hereafter have all games on the I Florida to Canada: This 1* our
; Hllburn, stengro- hassee.
Mil 60 representatives from the smaller section who desire to send sup road signs for highways lead-', local field to be played on Thursday first experience In the Alacbub section K,
Senator BradahaW bill the
; mes- Mr. Roberto of Jacksonville '
ighog counties signed an amendmentto plies to the orphans are requested Ing: Into Starke.At afternoons where possible. The and we are highly pleased ; 1
T; Senator Whitaker, assist- Journal appeared before the board t
the bill calling for reallocation to: bring it to the railway depot this time Mr. A. T. Roberta team has made a good showing With the splendid co-operation on
rgeant-at-arms; Senator Dell and made a proposition for advertising -
of the six-cent gasoline tax, the Saturday afternoon. The car will a representative of tbe Jacksonville since organization and tbe publicIs the part of the grower, the businessmen
the| lineal secretary. amendment asking for equal division leave Starke for Arcadia Saturday Bradford county In the Journal met with the club and urged to attend the games play. of the towns and the railroad.'*
W. Jacksonville Journal. He stated
Kelly, sergeant-at-armls
among the 67 counties of the night. It Is expected that the again stated the Journal's plan of ed on the local diamond. Regarding the future Mr. Brow
e senate re-elected. that in his Bradford
was opinion countyIs
er stated: "We : : to
expect operate
Income from three of the six cents merchants will kindly contribute securing more farmers for Flor- Among' the well-known player
the of Florida. Def-
his going, by provisions of the bill to boxes of clothing, etc., as they have inite action garden on spot his was ida. The plan received the endorse- on the local team I*: "Parson" Per- here again next year. We will not ?
p an AppointedTo the: state road department. John always done., for month.. ment of the club and a committee ryman of big league fame "Speed" only Increase our cucumber acreage

anis School Trustee Mathews of the minority group, By request of the Baptist Union postponed The Bank'of one Starke was designated composed of F., F. Stump D. A. Harvey who is one of the best but will enlarge our activitiesand o
representing the larger counties meeting held last Saturday at and Montieth and L. Wyman was appointed amateur pitchers in the state, Harold Include other crops. The qualIty
China Grove.VETERAN. as county depository to Mr. Roberts Wall, "Rick" Rlckenbacker of cucumbers here 1* very satis
m took and held the floor as the lead- accompany b
ird met in session bond fixed at 1000000.: ,
regular factory.
and assist him In Fred Moore Everett Burney Joe
any way pos-
ing speaker in to the
1, 1931, with all membel'llt. opposition There being no further businessthe Just what other produce will be 1
Hoke Park
sible. Douglass, Pete Henley
e1d Minutes read and ap-. amendment. He pointed out the ANSWERS LAST board was adjourned until the . and a number of the sand- used Mr. Drowse did not care to ft
fact that It would be another younger
lid. case CALL next regular meeting to be. held totters. say "Just yet. It Is believed local-
H. Kelly met the board relato -i of "taxation" without representation the first Monday In July,.1931.' DIES AFTER BRIEL ILLNESSMrs. ly however that his company will

leI a change In Starke-Brooker! would lead to a rebellion on S. F. Morgan, $8 years of age, G. W.-Alderman, Clerk. J. W. ALVAREZ DIES find little or no trouble In Interesting ' t.
M It now stands, the pro- the part of taxpayers In the larger died at his home east of Starke i Aurelia Josephine McGill, the farmers In almost any crop '

0 il change being to drive the I I counties, and he doubted the constitutionality Wednesday May 27th, following a COUNTY BOND TRUSTEES IN 80, a weU known resident of Lake J. W. Alvarez passed away suddenly they will contract to purchase.

akde ed road round by Rock church i of the amendment. short illness. Funeral services were SESSION Butler, died at her residence thereat 'I Wednesday afternoon at the Farmer this season have reportedthat

der nd of following the hard road. Governor Carlton and SpeakerLwla held Friday afternoon Rev. L. W. -- noon Tuesday after a brief Ill! ,home of his sister Mrs. Paul K. they have received their money , ,
Qge granted. both had amendments to offer Cickllter, officiating and interment The board of bond trustees of ness. She was a native of Pel- Canova. Mr. Alvarez made Starke each week for all deliveries during i

iel t Lewis asked for change In Thursday by way of compro- followed' in Crosby cemetery. Pall- Bradford county, i JTiorlda, met In ham, Ga., but for the past 21 years hla home for a long number of that week. One grower. H. B.

by his place, same granted. mise. The former sought to divide bearers were A. J. Grlffis A. L. Al- regular session with" the following had resided in Lake Butler. She years, being prominent In business Galney who ha* something over

da on bus routes will be award- the three cents on the basis used varez, W. J. Epperson, F. O. Hemingway members present: O. Haynes. J. H. was a devout member of the First affair and was formerly post 10 acres in cucumbers this year,.
a- i June 23, 1931, In determining federal-aid highway W. W. Baisden and F. F. Ritch, W. E. Torode L. W. SowelL Baptist church. She is survived by master here. received $863 for what he delivered,

anu e salary of the principal and fund distribution to the states, Stump. Besides his widow, he Is Upon motion Mr. Torode acted as one son, D. T. McGill; one daughter The funeral will be held Friday In a single week.

ry teachers In the three Jun- with one cent going on the basisof survived by three sons and two chairman pro tem. :Minutes bf the Mrs. C. E.'Taylor of Pelham, morning at 10 o'clock from residence The credit for Interesting the

Mga schools, namely: Lawtey population, another by area and daughters.Mr. last meeting were read and ap Ga., and nine grandchildren. of Mrs. Canova. Intermentat Manhattan Produce Exchange In

bet and Hampton were made the third with respect to the Morgan was one oMthe few proved. Funeral service were held Crosby cemetery.Mr. this section, getting the acreage t
same and one teacher was amounts paid in by the various remaining veterans of the War The secretary was Instructed to Thursday afternoon at 4 o'clock Alvarez la survived by one that was put out for them and

ped from the faculty of Ilamp- counties. Speaker Lewis': amend- Between the States In Bradford write the state treasurer for statement from the residence. The Rev. E. brother and four sisters: J. M. Al preparing for handling the crop l Is"i
schooL ment would have sent two cents to County and had been a residentof of funds on hand for the pay- A. McDowell pastor of the First varez Mrs. N, D. Wainwright Mrs.J. given C. W. Hlncklemann of Ala-

board takes the position the road department, one cent to the county since the close of ment of interest and the retire- Baptist church conducted the ser L. Frazee, Mrs. E. E. Canova chua. He is now the local manager '

When a route has been bid at counties equally, for road and the war. He was adjutant of J. J. ment of bonds. vices and burial foUowed In the and Mrs. Paul XI Canova, Sr., all for the company. A* a resultof
fain price, the bid must holdWless bridge bond indebtedness and three Dicklson Camp, United Confed- The resolution was passed requesting family lot In Dekle cemetery. Burns of Starke. his efforts, as stated above' I -

of conditions that'may cents to schools. Both amendments I erate Veterans, and never failed to \ the necessary assessment and Clymore Jacksonville something like 60 person have _

> to make the transportation were unfortunately sidetracked attend the meetings of veterans by the county commissioners for' ian. bad charge of mortlc.l" TRUSTIES DECAMP ] been enjoying steady work for ;;

expensive.M . -success of the latter I unless prevented by illness. Interest and sinking fund. rangements.of / about four weeks, In handling the "

resignation of A. J..Thomas would have meant 'jjfOllng two Two engaged in removing cucumber crop. Also some $SOOOOof xY _
tccepted and O. M. Tnm.n ap- birds with one stone', ending the turf from the high school "New York money" has been '

J kd to flu the vacancy in the gas tax revenue dispute and filling CONGRATULATES SENATES: NEW PRESIDENT grounds for use In sodding the paid the farmers of this Immediate '
of trustees of Bradford coun- the school fund appropriation.The shoulder of the new state prison section. ,
g1 school. smaller-county majority offered farm road, left their tools and team The people of the AlachuaLai
I he board ordered the school a "gag-law" resolution Fri- Senator E. M. Johns who was occasionally abandon the pavements - his friends, perhaps a bit fearful on the ground Tuesday afternoonand croane-Santa Fe-Brooker section ,
II repaired and painted before day, In an endeavor to break the nominated Monday as president of for the bank of some lake I that the'f senate la drafting him departed for part' unknown. are believed to be sufficiently Interested tl _

i j beCinning( ; of the school term filibuster being conducted by the the senate for the 1933 session, has, to prepare' supper.' His skillIn : for president would cause them to Their escape was not known until to co-operate In efforts to }
1931.1932. large-county representatives. This a* a sideline to his law practice I this line to'excelled only by bid lose a valued cook sent the aenaI school official noticed the team Induce other preserving companies' r't;'

I e.cbers appointed and arrange- waa opposed by Representative that of chief cook for parties who; ability aa an attorney and some I tor-the following wire: standing unattended on the to locate here and arrange to.take vt ,

Ita wade for, the beginning of Roblneau who, with Mr. Mathews, .. grounds and notified the sheriff's care of a lot of the extra crop production tJi)
bole OQ the

I. IIIUs for month paid. the. day. Adjournment was not had been received up to press time. waste.. There to no doubt that the ,

10 further business the board taken until a minute before eight URtON potatoes beans, sugar corn,, tomatoes :\

C JJ? to meet the 23rd day of o'clock In the evening and the STARLING COMMITS SUICIDE and pea a* well as quantities "'
r. house started upon a "pet bill" that of fruit that are consumed from

1 A. J. Orlffis,'Secy. night only to get back Into the old TEL xML Jim Starling, residing on the old can which come from other state 1''
--- rut when Representative Home of Lawtey road north of Powell' still, could and should be canned right '

IAlNwv: TAKES FRENCH'' Madison county gained reclgnltlon _-___ _a_nw..ewIt, committed suicide Wednesday here, where they are grown in large KFd
LEAVE of continued action on'the "gag- morning, a single shot from a revolver quantities and of excellent quality.
law resolution. An hour later, piercing his brain and killing T. W. Karstedt, who Is secretary +
l'o Wale Cal ey walked to Representative Wood of Liberty hb.yerne.a+eMer.rearus him instantly. No explanationof of the chamber of commerceat
!do Monday to Jacksonville away county gained the floor and made fora Isset..aea r aoM resew r the act was given, a niece of Lake City Is the state representative .
'!'aile had been taken by a prlaOftIctal the first real effort of three days' Starling's quoting blm as saying he of the Manhattan company,
to see hi, wife, in a to call the house to its senses and Starke Florida June 2, 1931 could not live this way any longer and he states that the company to
*181 a nrt while before be fired the highly pleased with the outlookfor
recovering reasonable compromise
from secure FLORIDAWE
1vt<11n ** automobUe accident Injuries tion. His opinions were praised by HON. E.M. JOHNS TALLAHASSEE, .h<,' Officers Investigated: and the future In their line. He /

'lUll. according to Sheriff Ep- Representative Tom Watson of the ARE PROUD THAT WE LIVE IN A COUNTRY WHERE A COOK HAS BECOMEA JuJtfe Gardiner decided no inquestwas baa also said. he believed the canning -
1011. Cainey._ forced to necessary. Industry could be interested In
Q who was sent up minority group who was WE TRUST ,THAT YOU WILL NOT RESIGN FROM COOK- .
t1iba county In a fist fight _with PRESIDENT STOP --- .w this field.
following a aeries participate
en lbootlz1 to the: escapade, had been Home, when the latter rushed him SHIP TO ACCEPT THE PRESIDENCY. SUGGEST THAT YOU HOLDBOTH Fort i Myers-e Local swimming 1
remarks made by
Jacksonville: to
ore Vm unguarded to hospital In protest POSITIONS STOP CONGATULATIONSFROM YOUR FRIENDS WHO KNOW YOU Regular service will be held at pool opened. -i,
lllade see his Wife Baxton next Sunday'afternoon, at Eustis Story Bro opened y
>1wever DO effort to'....cape. MOD- The deadlock continued thru- ARE WORTHY OF' THE HONOR. 2:30: o'clock Rev. W. B. Christy, meat market department ,In theirgrocery 1'
he with those of the mi-
failed to show out Saturday H
upI pastor of the Lawtey Methodist store.Arcadia .
I 'kt,apptoled tIme and place, nority being refused entrance to ADKINS, ANDREU, ,KNIGHT, BEASLEY.- ANDREWS ORIFFIS, church In charge. The public has Local tourist. camp I .
:e reports from the aberl1r'a the house chamber when they re- WAINWRIGHT ROBINSON DAIVS WALL. cordial invitation to attend .
ltate be waa aWl al liberty. I (Concluded on page 2.) ALDERMAN, RED, MASSEY, a being improved. ., a ,



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I before revenues were provided to trimmed to $70,000 by- senator

meet the appropriation. Wagg amendment, in substitution

: r Legislative News for Senator Parrlsh's amend-
The Florida senate' judiciary ment providing for but 927,600, but
m , committee Tuesday reported unfavorably the measure then failed to pass af-
y.... a bill proposing creation ter the third reading.A .
i r },t The senate killed a joint resolution through Columbia county to the of a state board of tax commissioners. "new' revenue" bill offered by The
Introduced by Senator Howell, Georgia line. The measure was defeated An unfavorable report la the committee on education, Sen. See Special
I 11 i(. Panama City, proposing a constitutional by a 11 to 16 vote. The second tantamount to defeat In the sen Flitch chairman, would levy a tax
amendment to allow the road bill, by Senator J. B. ate. Senator Irby Inverness, Introduced of four cents a gallon on turpentine -

I state legislature to fix the rate of Stewart Fernandina, seeking pave- the bill immediately after and $1 per barrel of 660
f \, state and county taxation on forest ment of the portion of state road the senate killed a measure proposing pounds of rosin,with an anticipated
) !I r lands or waste lands. No. 13, from Yulee to Callahan, creation of a state tax com, revenue of 9275,000 to accrue
fl "" ,, was beaten by a vote of 20 to 14. mission. The Irly: bill provided! for school purposes. The senate
!, I!I ". Senator T. G. Futch, Leesburg that county tax Assessment rolls defeated, and unwisely, a bill which FORD EXHIBIT
'" I Introduced a bill fixing salaries of The senate adopted a house joint should be examined by the tax would have required examinations!
'I : f i, commissioners, in cooperation with before driver of a mo-
I \ superintendents of public IDJItrucr resolution, sponsored In the house a proposed
r ', ": i \ tion. The salary would range from.5j by ten representatives, to permitthe the state auditor, Instead of by the tor vehicle could secure an opera-
. ; j( 1 .' >: $2400 In counties less than 5,000 people of the state to vote In state comptroller, as now done. tor's license, The charge would .
; \ population to 96,000 In counties of the 1932 general election on a constitutional - have been 'l.00-for two years for
I Gov. Doyle E. Carlton's veto of the licenses. The vote was 18 to 11. -- .AT-
1 ; more than 40,000 population. Salaries amendment proposing a ..
:, '( : P f/I'' of present superintendents I four year term for county commissioners the measure to legalize pari-mu- ,I Last Monday* the senate passed,.
!r :t l would be continued until their instead of two year terms. tuels in connection with horse a bill fixing a tax of two mills on

'i, i I ft: I' terms of office expire. races In Florida will nrobablv come capital stock or shares mortgages I STARKE FLORIDAJ.
., 1 7 + The dove of peace settled its before the house of the legislature I land government aecwrtties, ana one ,
1 + By a vote of 20 to 5, the senate wings over the house :Monday night Thursday morning, It was indicated mill on other',forms of intangible
I 1 passed a bill already approved In and as the results finis was writ i Tuesday. Upon motion of Rep. property, with bank deposits ex-
the house, authorizing state banksto ten to the wildest chapter in the Dan Chappell, of Dade, chief champion empted. A measure wa. introduced -
to limit withdrawals to 20 per cent history of the Florida legislature. of the bill In the house, thesenate's that would place a' tax of $1.50,I W. Andrews Jr.

is of deposits in case of a run. Ap- Early Monday night, after a day of message relative to the per 9100 on'groaa,' receipts of aU ,
proval of the state comptroller conferences, the minority faction, veto action was placed at tbe bead .corporationsfirms; individuals, .
IT would be required, however, before a group that had been battling of the calendar It will be there and munlcipAlttft, receiving pay
the law could be invoked. The since Tuesday against! the proposed Wednesday morning when the ment for electricity: for light, heator
''y bank could continue to limit withdrawals amendment to a bill that would divide house convenes but indications power and for natural or manu- THURSDAY JUNE 11

to 20 per cent, which Is the 3 cents of the gas tax equally were that action would probablybe factured gas for light, beat or power ,
legal,reserve of deposits required, among the counties of the state deferred until the next morning. and for the'use of telephonesand ,
z to be kept on band at all times, if for road and bridge purposes, and No objection was ,raised to the for the sending of telegramsand r
", ry,, the comptroller, after an examination apportion the other 3 cents to the .adoption of the Chappell motion. telegraph messages. Senator 2:00: P. M. to 10:00: P. M.

determined the bank to be sol- state road department, and againstthe Futcb attempted to amend the bill

., ? vent. The limit would continue only,,, proposed 20 minutes gag rule LAST WEEK IN so as to Include,all persona, firmsor
during times of public excitement, to end the filibuster, agreed to let THE LEGISLATURE Indlvldauls engaged In any oth-
i the measure'prodded the house come to a vote on both er business or,profession, and ad-

I proposals. (Continued from page 1.) mitted on question by Senator ADMISSION FREESEE
The Florida senate Thursday Wagg that the measure would then
passed! the Dell and Turner bill The chain store tax bill passed turned from a group conference. I be a*general sales tax. He said,
fixing the limits of the eighth judicial by senate Saturday provides for The majority had been In conference "There Is no use beating around 1
L r circuit to include the 25th a tax of $5 on one store, whether a In the room and had stoppedthe I the bush any longer; let's be men
district. The bill as Introduced by chain or not; $10 a store from two clock just prior to five o'clock, I and face the sales tax Issue. On
s + Senator J. :Maxey Dell and J. W. to fifteen stores where the storesare the time when the conferenceswere Tuesday, the bill was postponed and HEAR
Turner of Cedar Key called for the located In the same county. to end and the house recon- until Tuesday of this last week of
i combining: of the eighth and 25tb 915 a store from two to fifteen vene. At 6:15: the men of the regular sessions. It was introduced
''i j Judicial circuits and the addition stores where the stores are locatedIn larger counties, who had waited by Senators Adams and Neel

"'' of Clay county, of the fourth circuit different counties; fifteen to for admittance, held a brief confer- of West Florida.'_t the request. of The
yy into a new eighth district. The!i thirty stores all located in the same ence and left the capitol. Speaker Governor Carlton. Talking Picture"A

1, senate before passing the bill county, $15 a store; fifteen to thirty Lewis also had been barred from Senator Futch has Introduced a
adopted an amendment to eliminate ' stores located In different counties the room, as he had adopted a neu- bill that would prohibit residents

Clay county from the proposed $20 a store; thirty to fifty tral position in the controversy. of counties with closed seasons! on
new eighth circuit limits. Six stores In the same county, 920 a When he did not get in, the desire game and fish from hunting or
4 counties are included In the eighth store; thirty to fifty stores In different -! of those In the chamber'was for adjournment fishing in counties that remained Tour Through the Ford Factory"Thousands

judicial circuit as passed in the counties, $30 a store; fifty I which point was gainedby open to sportsmen. A new bill has
senate bU!. They are Alachua, Gil- to seventy-five stores in the same the absence of a quorum. Satur- been Introduced In the senate on
.* christ, Levy, Putnam, St. Johns county, $30 a store; fifty to sev- day evening, Governor Carlton, motor vehicle licenses.- alms to of people from all over the world visit the Ford plant every year.

and Flagler. Judge A. V. Long of enty-five stores in different coun- who had declared he would veto the fix a tax of 75 cents per 100 pounds Now this vast industrial organization is brought direct to you by an intensely -
I the eighth judicial circuit would ties, $40 a store. :More than sev bill if three cents were to be divided for private motor vehicles, with
be senior judge of the district while I enty-five stores located in different .equally, be joined represen- corresponding increases for trucks, interesting Talking Motion Picture.
Judge George W. Jackson, St. Augustine counties, 990 a store. In additionall tatives of both groups In an Im- buses and for hire cars. The meas-
!7 of the 25th district would, of the classifications! would be portant week-end conference, for ure would fix a penalty of 25 per Come and see where and how America's,most popular motor car is built.

be the second judge. taxed $3 for each $1,000 of value the designed purpose of reachinga cent 'of the amount due for.drivIng Only when and hear how
compromise.Next you efficiency, economy and craftsmanshiphave
of stock carried for sale. The bill a car without proper license!
A bill to authorize the state also levies a tax of 25 per cent of to the tie-up of both houses tag after February 1 or any year. been put into volume production can you realize how so much extra
school book commission to sign the amount of the state tax to be over consideration of the gasolinetax The house 'started its seventh
; book contracts for five more years paid to the counties, and makes bill, the veto by Governor Carlton week legislation with 46 to 35 value can, be given in the Ford car without increase In price. .,

'was killed, 18 to 15. optional with municipalities the of the racing bill caused the approval of the bill Introduced
collection of a tax not to exceed most discussion among legislators.As early in April by Representative
Florida voters in the next general 25: per cent of the amount of ,the soon as the veto hit the floor of Black of Alaehua e county, providing Special Showing of Latest Ford Cars and
\M'i election would be given the opportunity state tax. I the senate that body took up and for the fifth P'ldPlda"tongressJonal

h of deciding whether or practically killed by tabling the adminlstratlonBDonsored district,,by 'simply dividing Mrs.

{ not the offices of county tax assessor The Florida senate Tuesday passed bill for an Ruth Bryan Owen's fourth districtThe ,
: and tax collector should be over the veto of Gov. Doyle E. occupational license and gross receipts house prevented possibility of Many Trucks w "

lli combined If the legislature approves Carlton the state's first racing bill, tax on businesses and professions further consideration of the bill by ,
_ a joint resolution introduced Toe veto a13o.caused: a motionto
permitting the operation of parl- tabling reconsider! the
members of the Dade county dele- Don't miss the new Ford De'Luxe There
In the house Wednesday mornIng mutuel machines on a county local are many other features on

< by Rep.' DwIght L. Rogers. option basis. The vote was 28 to would gation of the house to assert they Vote.One of the best bills passed by Body Types. Distinctive in line and display that in themselves make
llfe ,- 12, exactly the number of votes required henceforth be more staunchin the house to date Is one which went this
The bill to prohibit residents of to over-ride the veto of the their refusal to give in to representatives thru on Tuesday of last week and color. Smart in their new appoint Special Ford Exhibit well

counties closed to hunting or fishing governor, The roll call was taken from the small coun authorizes county commissionersof ments. Rich and luxurious in their worth a visit. You will learn about
from hunting or fishing In oth- after Sea W. D. Bell, Arcadia, de- ties In the fight over distribution the various counties to organize the safety of the shatter-proof
+ er counties of the state of the gas tax revenue. It was unlikely interior trim and
passed by livered an impassioned plea for full-time health units, and in counties upholstery. You glass
the senate Monday night by a vote the house would reconsiderthe windshield, the strength of
sustaining the veto and after Sen- of less than 40,000 population will be interested
feV of 28 to 9. Senator Samuel W. 'ators J. B. Stewart Fernandina, racing bill until the very end to levy two mills for this purpose.In ,too, in the reathe sturdy Ford steel-spoke wheels,

Getzen, Bushnell, who recently put .and John W. Watson, Miami., urg- of the regular session. The senate counties of from 40,000 to 100,- sons why so many manufacturers the comfort of the Iloudaille
through a local bill closing Bum- ed the of the delayed action on the measure on 000 of mill
re-passage measure. a levy one will be made and stores have chosen the rugged
ter county to hunting for three i Every: seat In the senate gallerywas Saturday until Monday morning., and In countlea of mote than 100- double-acting hydraulic shock ab
l'}. years, spoke in opposition to the I filled and extra chairs were The senate managed to delay debate 000 population the measure calls Ford truck and the swift Ford desorbers, and the brilliance of the

I;. bill, but Senator T, G. Futch, Lees- brought in to accommodate the on the gas tax bill to pass a for a balt-mllllevy. The bill, which livery cars. Rustless Steel.
dent', author of the bill, also a resi I crowd which witnessed the final number of bills the latter part of has already been passed by the senate -
of a closed county, mustered .race-track bill battle' in the sen the week, most of which were of a carried In the house by a vote
sufficient strength to the bill. local nature. However, there were I
pass ate. of 66 to ,,19, after an amendment
a number of statewide interest. On,I,calling '''for a, referendum in counties -
Two senate bills Saturday, the senate passed a chain J. W.: ANDREWS
both requiring Another Important measure, the as to whether or not such units Jr.
5.ty paving during 1932 by the state bill to appropriate 97,500,000 for store tax bill a committee substitute be established had been defeated. ,
road department, were voted downIn the publto free school fund to insure I for the measure introduced by The house has also approved a
the upper house Monday. The a minimum term Senator Andrews. It calls for a STARKE
I of eight I committee substitute for the senate FLORIDA
) first bill, by Senator Bernard H. months throughout the state, also tax of $3 on one store, whether a bill providing for an appropriation -
English, Lake City, would have was passed Tuesday in the face of chain or not; $10 a store from two of $100,000 for two years .
Y provided for hard surfacing of the: appeals from Sen. J. Turner Butler,I to 15 stores, where the stores are for establishment of anti-hog chol- ,
1 road leading north from Lake City Jacksonville, not to pass the bill located In the same county; 913 a era and virus plant. The house Tampat-PIans under' way to :
erect addition to I
store from two to 15 stores where $20,000 Tampa

. And the Worst is Yet to Come- store the counties stores on; more graded are located than on 75 up In stores to different$50 lo-a a likewise month state a purchasing all passed bill pensioning teachers a measure agency.who at creating$(0 It have per approved for Heights,Jacksonville proposed Hospital.approach:- Plans to St discussed Johns r

cated in different counties also, river bridge.
_- taught In schools of this state for
-= all classification of stores would Leesburg Building permits Issued yr
more than 85 years, and defeatinga
-: be taxed $3 for each $1000 of val bill that would have required for month of :March totaled
ue of stock carried for sale. The 93,850. .
passing of examinations by those
_ ; / measure would levy a tax of 20, DeLand Building permits to-
_ ; seeking entrance to the University
.... t per cent of the amount of the state: of Florida or the Woman's College. taling $16,000 Issued during monthof IIII
tax to be paid to counties and March In this city.
l' i The house received a resolution
makes optional with municipalitiesthe West Palm Beach
that would give 'voters of the state Building
r \ collection of a tax not to ex-i the right to .ay', next year'wheth- permits Issued for :March showed rr.
) ceed 25 per cent of the'amount of, er or not the offices of county tax total of about $20,000 worth of
j the state tax. work.
assessor and tax: collector should .
z; Among other bills the '
K passed by be combined.' Hast Saturday amid Jacksonville Avlnger's Pharmacy -
senate the latter of last week were Hogan and Adams
11 the disorder of the ga.ofn.'tax ,
the following: authorizing experiments formally opened.BL .
deadlock, the house passed a bill
J to determine Iodine content
tightening regulations' for citrus
of Florida vegetable and fruits, fruit Inspection.*
t and to. seek- waits and- mana fie _._.....
_... = regulating maturity. of fruits; authorizing K."LAGKBGIUEN": .,
___ state banks to limit withdrawals ,CARD OF THANKS .
to 20 per cent tat times of : v

publio excitement; preventing suits .w. wish to. thank our many
against municipalities In case of friends who were so. kind to us In Sterke, Florida oW-
:: damage to person or property by the sickness and death of our husband
: \ : NEW
_ + A"r' are trucks. The senate defeateda and father. His going baa
bill to authorise signing new a.,.. been so bard and place la vacantIn
year contract for publishing Flor our home which never can be STOP GOODYEAR
ida's free school books. filled. Especially do we want to .. ALL-
Before the gas tax bill came up thank Dr. Parka. who worked so II ,.u ..., IrwB Com. (.*.-.... WEATHEN
For .._. >. ....., T....... KJi........
consideration, the middle of faithful to keep him with us also r.lm 0..r.* Itch. Crwu.4' .r T.. MOIL MILES
the week a number of bills of the who T1* .r AtMw.. M4 ". '. ken. PU
I general one /cave such beautiful IH..... ... *.'* CWM. IUdk. SIMOft. -- S. MORE STYLE .'
,1 Irk importance as well as a host flowers to cover the mound where .. Mtd. &l.-- (.. MOIIt VALUE '
..j ,
; ,, of local bills, including those call- he sleep. ?

Ing for pensions, designated highways -. Mrs. S. F. Morgan and children. .'.. COUNTSLOTION XT LOWft COST

and game and flab provisions did .dl...y.. .5 .".. efc." ..
were passed by the upper house of New Port, IL.Ie-N. 5.t. w Cr.M- ..=:I. '
the legislature. The senate defeated Hardware) Ca.i completed Richey -renovation Pasco :::;. CS N*.IIM.e I. ....:- .l.J'-:...M.e0.$ tI=: COM INI Ml THI9 OKtAT NIW DM. fUVtHRegister's IM11OV

a bill sponsored by the administration of Its quarters In Clark building _et.b... .FMT... WttU._ _Who., W*M NM.MriOT

whereby a state tax commission and now open, for business.Jack.oovlll.Basement -.. .
e : : would be established. The --"IL ea...
;: :_ of Community .
- :: vote was-.22'tQ.IG'Axuaaaual ap "i Chest: building, 230 East: 1r..IIf' ,......LrtiNlse Garage,
propriation oft 9o ,696*tot!* ...--..
to ''r.wQ'O"\\ support Fwrsyth street:", being remodeled .. ,' '
s .of the commission was first II for unemployment bureau. 0. I. ...... OSte, Starke* Florid


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been sold and the $3,500,000
News of Florida In Short Paragraphs
capital! investment en improve-

o' ments to the system will be In addition *
rtbAH !!
replacements to regular: ,malnteance and r ytJlUI

Fort Pierce-Fort
Ing Importance as a Pierce's seaport grow-ship-

ping center was demonstrated' Sat- Don't Rasp Your Throat

EXCHANGES urday when two large coastwise I
TOLD BY OUR freight steamers, the S. S. Delisle! y
of the Bull line and the S. S. Betty
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Weems of the Baltimore and Caro-

,_.ttoThe Atwood Grape- der which auspices the coming lina line were docked at the Mu-i
Co, Is having an additionto event will be held. nicipal and Fort Pierre Financingand With Harsh

Its big packing touae at Construction company piers.It .
was the first time since the official ,
ulster Crestview J, M.- Hotchklns, \ri.
opening of the local
port that
president of the proposed and
only are Gadsden chartered Port Dixie Northern R two large steamships were dockedon /
same day.
peaches being delivered to R., in a letter to M. C. Miller, sec! Irritants
t1 \
but the retary-treasurer of the new company :
merchants points Leesburg The first car of wa- ,
/shipped to other Instate : Port Dixie, writes from Philadelphia termelons to roll from central Flor-

The peach crop here, that plans for the build- ida this season was shipped tonight
I year is an extraordinary one. Ing of the new railroad and development from Okahumpka where it was
of at Port Dlvle
a port
I loaded by A. H. Bourlay, J. H. But-
envlUe-Martha Larry, col- going along on schedule. ler and the Barcus-Kramer firm
"Reach for
home in Green- a
j. died at of this city. The car contained 955
Thursday AprU 16 at the age Qulncy-Red,.BUss Irish potatoesare melons, averaging 32 pounds each,
here as a slave coming in from the farms 1 In
14. She came of the Tom Watson variety. It was
South Carolina before the civ- large quantities. The quality Is purchased at auction by Max Bron- LUCKY instead

ITar.Iracevllle. excellent, therefore, they find a stein of Philadelphia for $1,350, af- t3 i t tis
ready market. Many are being ter active bidding. This is said to.
Plans are rapidly shipped elsewhere. The buyers are '
have been the highest price paid 1'a }
the watermelonval satisfied that the quality is unus-
g forward for for a car of watermelons In this
which will be staged July ual. Local growers will receive a section since four years ago, whenH. ? k{" Now Pleasol-Actuallyputyour!

fth by the GracevUle Post of handsome revenue from this commodity E. Barcua received a similar.
Ixmerlcan Legion. The program i this season. price. Y ,, <:'* finger on your Adam's Applo. }

I year will be bigger and bet- 'S J I Touch it Adam's
your Apple
Crestvlew refresh- ;
I than ever. Frequent i Boca Raton-The Boca Raton _
..Ing rains in this section left in their ,.club Is one of the show places of Doyou know you are actually
tort Meade-The annual barbe- trail thousands of blue berry bushes the lower Florida east coast. The
I of the Georgia club of Polk literally covered with bumper development represents an invest- a : .. k N, touching your larynx?-This is
wll be held at Fort Meade crops of fine berries and hundredsof ment of
nty over $7,000,000 so far with -u voice box-It contains a
Ig 11. Congressman Drane will encouraged growers. The rabbit more improvements planned by :- your

low speaker. Besides the fried ,. eye blueberry, native of that .George Geist, Philadelphian, de-I. e.. .; your vocal chords. When you 4
ken several hundred pounds of section, as a result of good weather. veloper. The exclusive club bas ,,,
Crgta ham will beserved.Inter .,will be on the market about ten many interesting features, includIng \ consider your Adam's Applo,
days earlier this jrear than usual movie theater
Park-A gift to Rollinsltige equipped a for sound pictures completely, a OS you aro considering your throat ; ;

Winter Park, of $10.000 Wauchula-A total of 6ft carloads I.mammoth pipe organ, three large your vocal chords. Don't rasp ; '
three lots Is provided In the of cucumbers rolled out of swimming pools, and with floors
II of the late Dr. George Morgan Wauchula during the week ending constructed of imported Spanishtile k your throat with harsh irritants

ltd, past president of the collegefor last night, bringing the season's throughout. The Boca Raton _" o'Ist : :
LUCKY Instead-
j many years pastor of Poin- total shipments from this point to golf course Is one of the finest in ; a

i Chapel Palm Beach.ramma 207 cars. The season is practically the country. S, Remember, LUCKY STRIKE Is the'
over and though the crop was -

City-The large wellt about three weeks late this year, Wauchula-In the opinion of A. ;4tCS ,toe k> x' only cigarette In America that Iiw'
Is to supply Panama City withter returns to growers of this section W. Fitzgerald, manager of the \ i K
has just recently been com- will exceed $250,000 according to Hardee County Growers Inc., local < through its exclusive "TOAST

ited. It Is located on the double buyers here. shipping organization, the k/. : 'c ING" process expols certain
ulevard in the Cove, having a strawberry acreage In Hardee
pth of 135 feet, operated auto- Fernandina-Plane of the state county will be tripled next season, harsh irritants present in all '
itically with a large electric tur- road department for the bridge and if the season is favorable, he
e. across the Nassau river between looks for a crop of approximately raw tobaccos. Those expelled

Jacksonville and Fernandina near 12 to 15 million pints of berries. '.:' irritants sold manufacturers
(perry-J. S. Atkinson has leas- Yulee, have been approved by the Last season Hardee county mar- : aro to cC

the Hays Hardwood mill on the War Department. The bridge will keted '4,001,000 pints of strawberries. >' of chemical compounds. +'
tnbolloway road In Taylor coun- be built at a cost of around $250 Indications now are that the +
I and will cut hickory exclusively, 000. It will cross the Nassau river usual fall crop of cucumbers, peppers I ".. %ry'' > $ They are !not present In your

(misting foreign markets with between the present high wooden and eggplant will put In, and :
hterlal\ for skis.' The firm also bridge and the Seaboard Air Line an increase. in acreage this fall is so we say

ufactures what i Is known as the trestle. expected. I "Consider your Adam's Apple."
Ickory pick and other handles. _
.. Punta Gorda-The celebration to Denson Springs Announcemen 1

lUartanna-Six hundred head of be held here on the Fourth of JulyIn Is made at Benson Springs, ,, rb"
oroughbred catUe have arrivedis connection with the official open- where the Florida Methodist or-
|i week for the Marianna Fruit ing and dedication of the Barron phanage is located, that a cam- 11 '
mpany and will be'placed on Collier bridge, will be one of the paign is being launched to collect
lure on the ranger near Cotodale. -I most noteworthy efforts ever at- three: million soap wrappers within '
The Battle come from the tempted by a Florida community. the next six months In order to se- I t s toasted"
All member of the road departmentwill
ompson ranch at Montgomery cure and equip a steam laundryand TUNE IN-
be Invited to be present, while other lines of Industrial train- TheLuckyStrJuDane t

Ireworks, boat races and paradeswill Ing at this Institution. "If one Orche- the
Including Use of Ultra Violet
Seed make the day a most interesting T. a Rays
[Okeechobee At Kilgore thinks the home is visionary or a Ira,every .e.>
mpany's house .It Is reported one.Ralford. bit too optimistic," says the Or- day.'Thursday Sunshine Mellows-Heat Purifies
At sales of bean seed have been phan's Friend, "he Is reminded that and Saturdayevening t
e to farmers who will grow Robert McQualgge, within ten months an $800 bus, a over Ta.1T1a Your Throat Protection Irritation
11. C. -agalnit
N. nettvorlt tUn. : -against cough r
I In the north this summer for convicted In Jackson county for the $400 kitchen range and suits for ..
winter's planting here, some axe murder of his motherinlawat the band boys, worth $250, were c
Michigan and some In south the family home near Marianna, secured by the saving of soap
eorgla. was electrocuted at the state prison wrappers." -- --- -

here yesterday afternoon. Shortly Carver home near Sebring. Carver en. The Influence of her Christian 4
| Palatka-Mrs. M. A. KennerlyY preceding the payment of the Jacksonville valuable band- 1
admitted shooting the to
negro life still lives on. Blessed are the
was appointed by Gov. Doyle death penalty. McQuaigge the said verdict that book of general information on death. He said he found the yard Silas Irta. M.IUic, Cor. dead, that die In the Lord from Astro: c c4r
Carlton satisfied with has
to fill the unexplred he was the Florida poultry industry
boy killing his wife and son withan henceforth yea salth the spirit
rm of her husband C. H. Ken- rendered in his case and was readyto just been issued by F. W. Risher, that chain
axe. they may rest from their labors -
erly, die. for the State Quite a number of peaple of this
as county :Judge, who reigned ; marketing specialist and their works do follow
because of ill health. She Marketing Bureau. Poultrymen of section attended the fifth Sunday;
them. We miss her and the
'the The Florida de- meeting at China Grove church! sun w INI
this volume
first and only woman countyge Jacksonville the state should have shine of her face, and her kind and
In Florida.CreatvtewThe. partment of agriculture has issueda which can be obtained by writing Fort Myers-More than 50,000- Saturday and Sunday. willing bands The life is a monu- its Tvea&
entitled "From Field to Bureau at 000 pounds of raw sugar were pro-
book the State Marketing Mr and Mrs. E. J. McRae ment which offers and Inspiration -
1,000-acre tract Market With Florida Vegetablesand Jacksonville. Mr. Rlsher estimates duced by the Southern Sugar company Waldo spent the week-end with to reflect courage back upon us, link. ,
fluted to Tung oil trees on the Citrus Fruits;' by Neill the number of poultry on farmsIn at Clewlston during grind- Mr. and Mrs Water Underhill holding out advice worthy of ac

twhoeffer place, between Crest- Rhodes, assistant commissioner, Florida at 3,500,000, with a pro ing season which closed a few days Mrs. C. A. Crosby and children ceptance. Her body was laid to 'T_.... aw'r
*w and Valparaiso, have recent- Florida State Marketing Bureau.It duction of poultry and eggs valuedat ago, according to final figures on spent Sunday with Mrs. Crosby's .rest at Hope cemetery among a ---.....--.... !
been In a brief but comprehensive $14,000,000 annually. The booklet the plant received here Saturday Mr. and Mrs. Edmonson '
cultivated and the green gives parents large crowd of sorrowing friends. A --. .. arts,.. a .--w ..
flags makes a pretty sight from style authentic data in connection contains some valuable hints The actual amount was 51,935,00< near Graham. I, -a.........-......-
e highway. Practically every with the preparation, and information upon every branchof pounds, comprising\ 159,800 bags of: Miss Lucille McRae of Galnes rq a. 1... .i.r.a.r.r -- i'r.rsr.
lent lived, it seems, and are grow- movement, sale and the many fac- this great industry and should 325 pounds each. The final report vllle, was visiting relatives here u ,... ___ ....H.M;; ;; a
g t nicely. tors Involved from field to marketof be in the hands of every Florida showed that 342.224,450 tons of Sunday afternoon. ..d .6 ..... .... IN arr_
.. ...
HAMPTON -, r /r..l r.rear
this state's crops. poultryman. cane had been ground. Grinding Mr J. D. Dobbs and brother, .
ceased Wednesday .... Ala Btmmt*. Cmr. r e.e..ry taped.
( ;
Sanford Sanford's excellent -- operations Carl, were visiting In this section
tion with railway and water'' Qulncy-The severe drought in Tavares-A coroner's :Jury held; morning at 4:90: ,o'clock. AS ue Tuesday.Mr. 1 Ise rad. .,... ai.r.r adYoMr.s
Mportatlon and an abundance I this vicinity has wrought serious an Inquest here late today into the last car of cane arrived to be H. M.: McRae attended the Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Faver and ,, i

fruit for a big! canning factory I.damage to the pole bean crop, the slaying of Robert Lenear, 21yearold dumped Into the conveyor to be ,fifth Sunday meeting at Olenwood Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Watterson and
dUCed Mr. T. H. Eckerson of Jer- production having been cut as Ferndale youth, found shot to carried Into the mill and throughthe 'church, In Duval county' Friday children were visiting In Jacksonville HAROLD C. WALL':

Qty to pick this city for the much as 55/ per,cent, due to the :death in his home last night, and crushers, operations were halted .and Sunday.Mr. last Sunday.Mrs. .
Uoj of a big plant for the cant continued dry weather; accordingto i returned .a verdict of suclde. The by Alex Poche, superintendent, and :Mrs. B. M. :McRae spent T. J. Thomas of Valdosta, INSURANCE '
grapefruit juice and grape- W. Williams, marketing agent authorities believed the youth's ac- to permit those interested to watch Saturday night and Sunday with was the guest of her parents, Mr r
t hearts.BIountatoWDU. and manager of the Gad deD coun- tion resulted over an unfortunatelove the last stalk of cane pass throughthe Mr. and Mrs. T. N. Norman In Wa- and Mrs. O. Haynes this week. STARKE. FLORIDA
Truck Growers Association. affair Lenear attended mill. ,As it disappeared, hate, teroak section. Miss Annie Mae Pearce of

I ;;;:. R. A. Green, During ty the past week express shipments church services last night with his shoes and whatever the employes Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Lewis are Starke, was the guest of her aunt, t.
fessman from the second dls- of pole beans have totaled parents. During the services he could get their hands on went Into the proud parents of a 10 1-2 pound Mr. P. B. Hunt last Saturday and

*.. the principal speaker last 1.250 crates, while 175 hampers of was called from the church by the mOL son. The young gentleman arrivedlast Sunday. 1 Mrs. Josephine Sullivan attended tiJ
lilt at commencement exercises squash have .been shipped from three women and two men and Saturday.Mrs. 1 Rev. Montgomery, of Waldo, will the Santa Fe River Union meeting i
tile Calhoun school drove off with them In an autmo- Canal Point ....* Vegetable shipments J. W. Drlggers of PIn. Level preach at the Methodist church! which convened at China Grove
county high QuIncy
i Boise Henta the address bUe.> Later h* returned and took from the Everglades reached was visiting relatives here Sun- next Sunday morning and evening.Dr. last Sunday.

Welcome and Hiss gave Beth Flnaly, Qulncy-A through car will be his parents' car and drove away. an aU-time peak a week ago day.Miss M. V. Miner and wit. of Havana .
""king at the top of the class In operated by Railway Express The partly clad body was found by for a seven-day period, when 311 Thelma Underbill of Pine but formerly of Hampton, arrived Tallahassee-Plans under way
tea, delivered the to handle the bean and its parents In the kitchen of their ears were shipped.'The nearest approach Level was visiting Miss Vera Lee her last Saturday. They for celebration to mark opening
valedictory.I .agency vegetable movement. This car Is tome, when they returned from to that record was In 1937 Lewis Saturday. were on their way to Palatka of paved highway from Thomas f,
DeLane! to cut out handling church. when for the corresponding week where they will visit relatives and vlU. Ga., to this city.
ty fair- Audit of' _Volusla i being put on The car will be I 207 cars were shipped, The principal Death of Mrs. Sarah Strickland friends. On their return the Doctor Plant City-V. J. Peterson ,
finances points.
L action of brought about I at transfer at Quincy and loading\ TallahasseeWilliam Raymond commodities In the shipments I The Lord in His wisdom and will locate here and resume his Son purchased HUIsboro Shoe Repair -' y
started -
word Jones County has Commissioner also be made at Havana and Carver, former Philadelphlan\ won. were beans tomatoes and mixedvegetables' goodness called from her earthly practice In our little city. Shop on Palmer street from E. ;
howa the fair been made pub- will Shipments for Birmingham a rehearing in Florida supreme''I Two solid cars of pre- : to her heavenly home Mrs. Sarah Rev. Moore of Hawthorn is faniscalco.
association owes Jamieson. shipped last Strickland 27, 1931. Since class here this Pensacola U, Pensa-
I that be loaded in this car court yesterday on his appeal to cooled green corn were i May caching a singing
halt of 80000.the Including more transferred will to through car at set aside his conviction for murder week. The establishment of this ,her husband's death four years ago, week. It U well attended and cola bridge to Gulf of :Mexico will
teet Mayor $40,000 In salary and Oa., making only one of his wife in Highlands coun- pre-coollcg arrangement Is especially !Mrs. Strickland has spent most of much Interest .Is being manifested be opened June 13.
*alter of Brown of DeLand as Albany to Birming- ty. The supreme court several interesting as It Is the first I her time with her children la Jack Miss Jordan of Theresa, Is the Tallahassee -Rung* Hall Kpls-:
the for shipments
''nt| years. fait during the put transfer. weeks ago affirmed the circuit time that this system has been offered ,sonville. She was before her mar- guest of Mrs,W J. Root this week. [opal student center at Florida

ham. court for Highlands county and decreed to the small shipper. Heretofore .I,rtage. Miss Sarah Buford SWiple. Mrs. H. D. May and Mrs. Bum- State College for Women here,
Powell, presidentand that Carver begin serving a It bas only been available She was 72 years old March 2nd, garner: were business visitors in dedicated.
JJn count a .Farmers Day for Miami receiver-Leigh of the S. A. L railway sentence of life imprisonment The to the shippers of more than average last She leaves five daughters and Waldo last Tuesday.Mrs. I Palmetto Peninsular Canning 5I
:-UUlI1II. Juno20.e1 m co- said today the company petition for re-hearing followed. means. Should this practice one son ODe sister Mrs. D. L C. E- Harper and Mrs. P. Co., to operate local plant. .
I, the day Saturday that This spend '3S: OOooo: :arvers attorneys seek a new trial 1 become another large market for .Phillips oc* brother B, W. Swlple B. Hunt, were shopping In Gainer Winter Park Foster's Service I
by County baa been deslgnat- planned to the system with a chang. of venue. Carver of the best products produced of Sanford. villa this week. Station opened In Phillips building. *,
Agent Sam RountreR on improvements next convicted In May. 1930, shortly In the Everglades as it Is said that While w. deeply' weep because: Miss Mildred flirt visited in Tallahassee Florida branch of
Chairman the year
o a :county of the committee and service during good after his wife, small son and a 'green corn is especially adaptedto of her going yet we know that an- Gainesville last Monday. National Homo for Soldiers to be ? +

-"lees Marlanna aetn1Ue Civic of League the newly,.un- and for Increased to* considered business.prospects. He said negro yardboy were_ killed at the I l the muck soils prevailing her*. other Jewel has been added to heav- Rev.. and :Mrs. F.. M. Taylor and located In central part of stat. IBRADFORD ,

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--- 40,145 In
---- vice: ,
Mrs. H. It Young Tuesday evening Of Georgia, Florida or other south I and

June 8, at 8 o'clock. Mrs. E. MILLER -. New Book In the bulletin which has Just eastern states, and this at a cost manently of his deprive great
M. Davis will have charge of the number of fea- ranging from two to three dollars! the privilege of

l ci&f program.: The topic for study will Kiln DI.............. Cor. Census ,Figures been tures Issued not contained are a In the 1920 I apiece. Native quail usually obtainable for a time each hunting year, atilt ma

be the West Indies and Philippine census reports, Including a presentation only If artificially propagated ers thoughtless .
}f Islands. Mr. LeRoy Edenfleld of Lake of the number of gainful I find an equally ready mar- an over Indulgence in

Butler and Miss Leila Brooks of Available workers in each of about 30 indus ket at from three to four dollars have decimated the their

EXECUTIVE BOARD MEETING BAPTIST W. M. S. CIRCLESTO Dukes were united in marriage Fri Now', try groups, by counties; detailed each. These figures, high aa they prlved farmer and nature stock::
day' afternoon. We wish them Into in comparison their
OF WOMAN'S CLUB MEET , age data for counties; a classification are pale insignificance just rights. TIlls ltaltI
many happy years. rr. w-- of each town with the expenditures free fairs Is most
of the population forcr
I regrettable
t The r-Cplae executive board CIrcle No. 1 with Mrs. J. :M. Mr. Eddie and Earl Carlisle were Detailed Population Statistic Released by color, sex, age, etc., and an extensive ly made by many sportsmen In the I I can be produced by simple
meeting of the Woman' Club was Brownlee as leader will meet Mon business visitors to Bureau presentation cf upkeep of estates held primarilyfor urea In any desired

held on Wednesday morning with day afternoon at 3:30 o'clock at the Saturday evening.Mr. by Census for the rural-farm 8tatlBUC.j quail shooting, where quail, indulgence in quail number
and Crawford was a shooUng
fifteen members of both the old home of Mrs. Bill Mund;. I Kenneth A of this bulletin wild turkeys and other game are be In proportion to *

4 the new boards present.A Circle No. 2 with Mrs. A. M. business visitor in Worthington Statistics for the 1930 populationof ida may copy be obtained by writing to brought to aboundance by the development the sport la to endure producU
short bua'neaa'! session was Darby, leader, will meet Monday Saturday. Florida classified as urban of the Census Washington of food supply and cover Recent studies
the Bureau I have
y'{ held, after which the retiring: president afternoon, at 3:30: o'clock at the Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Crawford of rural, and by sex, color age, marital D. C. the control of natural enemies the measures show*

Mrs. L. A. Davis, turned the home of Mrs E. W. Hayes.Circle Lawtey spent the week-end in condition, illiteracy, etc., have .------ and by artificial propagating. Not up and maintain necessary an 10 '

meeting over to the new president, No. 3 will meet at the Dukes been Issued by the bureau o( the only do these great places furnish quail, for the abundaDct

d i :Mrs. N. D. Wainwright, who 'announced home of Its leader, Mrs O.,W. Alderman Mr. R. N. Crawford and son, census In a bulletin (Population THE! BOBWIIITE QUAIL, AND sanctuary to large numbers of non- of all classes, are pleasure and '

her department chairmenand Monday afternoon at 3:30: Stanley and daughter Effie of Second Series) entitled, "Composition ITS VALUE TO MANKIND birds and mammals but they pie although really very ml
committees for the Lawtey spent the weekend In end Characteristics of the game they may not j
standing o'clock.
act aa reservoirs of game and Improve with clean-up programs
coming year.. ' Dukes. Population. This is a pamphlet How many of us, I wonder ever shooting over the surrounding farmers and road of 1IiIr.

,p Meeting adjourned. WOMAN'S CLUB. Mr. Raymond Dukes spent the of 61 pages,consisting mainly of pause to consider the real economic country through natural over who by their practices comni. '
week-end with his grandmother,,
MEETING statistical tables. Importance of the quail, or partridge -. : deprive quail and bffi
+ Mrs. S. Blackwelder. I of Florida In flow.An '
MISS ELOISE HITCH Dicks the The urban population when we hear his cheery abundance of quail is also a' shelter necessary to their
HONORED The regular meeting of theWoman's Mr. Spence spent 1930 was 796,778, representing! an "bobwhite" ringing across the sum decided asset to the farmer in his Istence.In very
M with his ,
Club will be held next week-end grandmother increase of 403,953 or 113.5 percent I
the mellow call at warfare insect the
fields against series
mer or perpetual of
:Miss Eloise Rltcb. bride-elect, Wednesday afternoon. This is the Mrs. S. A. Blackwelder. since 1B20;! ? Tbe; urban pop eat articles t
of rallyat the
Dicks business visitor dusk as the birds a bevy enemies of his crops. Quail lag, requirements of
the guest of honor last of the The Installation I Spence waa a ulation formed.oiVT per cent of the quay
'Was byldrs- meeting year. the roost, or" attempt to evalu- practically all kinds of insects be briefly outlined, and
lightful bridge party given and presentation of officers 1 In Worthington Saturday-: the total poulatloiv;(#,' !68,211), as compared ate this little brown citizen at his found in their zone of operations; satisfying these methods,
Archie Lee Dicks requirements
Mrs.C. Miss spent
sister, in 1920.
her 36.7
and with.
L. Beasley will take place at thin meeting I ,
her real worth aa an asset to the com the surface of the ground and cussed in the hope that
theformer's week-end with
C. Hoppe of Tampa, at followed by a musical program. grandmother Urban population, as defined by more
after- Mrs. Blackwelder.Mrs. munity. Most of us have Just Jumping distance above It. In many pie will be encouraged
here Monday I the bureau Is In general
home and social hour. census
Hostesses: Mesdames C. A.I Sallie Brooks of Lake But- that residing In cities and other Incorporated him for granted, aa we do so cases potatoes, squashes and oth- :. measures to Increase quail,miaj
noon. ler, was laid to rest at the Fort inhabitants many of our blessings, and have er low-growing crops are relieved their pleasure and profit "
Jones T. J. Alderman having 2,600
D. C. places
V,bas-t Call cemetery six miles southwestof left him to shift for himself as of untold numbers of damaging --*-
II. K. Dew Pearl Snyder, J. or more the remainder
She best he may. pests. It Is a comforting thought
where the guests E. K., E. W Dukes Saturday classified as rural. Panama J.
porch, F. Colley Perryman being have City- c. SUnl
Yet quail shooting rights to the knowing farmer as well to
marking left to mourn her children and a
and the The rural population of FloridaIn moved his
tertained Hayes. grocery and
been leased year after year for a consider the hundreds of seeds of pa
motif. number of relatives and friends.
of bridal ,, merchandise
4 the'places were 1930 was ,708,433, comprising business Into hit
generation over extensive areas In ragweed, pigweed and others t
High and low prizes for the afternoon Mr. Dock Crews of Lake Butler, 274,949 living on farms, ly completed building
awarded Miaa Mary ,CATTS SAYS HE'S was laid to rest at the Lake Butler farms the southeast, for an annual rate of against which he and his forebear- West Palm
were and 433,484 not living on Beach
Brown. OUT OF POLITICS cemetery Saturday afternoon. He from five to twenty cents per acre; era have waged a bitter warfare, -Dixie 1 hi&:
Clifton asa
Canova and Mrs. representing .; whole an Increase way bridge over canal be
and relatives to enough In many cases to pay the in the bulging of the covey
left friends crops
Mrs. 8. 1. Peek received cut prize many of 95,788 or 15.6 per cent, as Lake Worth and this city belri
# ,
of Rev. Sidney J. Catts. West Florida mourn his death. taxes, or In considerable part for members. Doing a vast amount of
with the rural paired.
4 for occasionthhonoreememory man who some fifteen years 4BROOKER compared populationin the schooling; of the rural children, good and very little harm to agricultural
the 1920 ((612,6401, The rural-farm
4x' ago had con llerable prestige as a I and this without any thought or Interests, It la no wonder

a dainty gift. the afternoon politlcan In Florida, has been In population taken alone, decreased care on the part of the landowner that quail are popular birds with NOTICE OF SCHOOL Btl awl j
Those enjoying 16 cent, between 1920
4,421 or
and honoree were: Tampa this weekand said he Is nota per who might have realized more by the farmer.It .
hostess rural-non-farm
the while
with and 1930 the
I candidate for any office. The developing this attractive auxiliary Is more difficult to evaluate in Persona wlinlnv to bid on icm
Chamberlin, Miss Clarax.ow.e 111.. Pearl gals. Cor.
r' :Miss Betty i population Increased 100,209, or bus In- Bradford
p Miss Leila Des Andrews Tribune says. In Ita Wednesday issue crop of the farm.Quail are classed dollars and cents the pleasures derived -I the routesof 1831-82 will count flit tk I I
y, Miss : 30.1 per cent , t by discriminating sportsmen as from things in nature that bids with the Board of Public li
Miss Mary Canova. o Mr. H. P. Gainey was transact Of the entire population of atructlon to ,
up Monday
,? Noon, It
Former Governor Sidney J. the upland blrd parexcellence the the and
' Hazel Middleton, Miss Harriet ing business in Jacksonville last Florida, 70.5 percent are white, game delight eye or ear, quail 23, 1931.
Annie Mae Pearce, Catts will never again be a candidate and many of them travel contribute as much, perhaps as any BidB will t>, let the folio,
ff Rltch: Miss Friday.Mr. '69.5 per cent..baling native white, Tumday.
RosalynJacobs for governor or any other political southward half the length of the living creatures to wholesome
Miss Hazel Adklns, MIllS T. P. Ward of Wildwood and 4.0 .cent .foreign-born Information concerning '
Y Harward Mrs. office In Florida, he told week herewith per continent Just for the privilege of pleasures of the countryside. The routes can b. had at the abotjtl!
Mrs. B. M. spent a few days of last white.' Of the native white popula ftc..
i roaming the and russet
Mrs. friends here yesterday.Catts mellow, far-reaching rallying call
Clifton Brown of Lawtey; friends. tion 59.6 per.,cent,,are of native A. 3. CRlrrl4
Butler and came to Tampa to confer fields for a few never to be for at dusk, the cheery "bobwhite"ringing 5-a -5t-8-19 eeperlntnd,
J. R.. Boring of Lake ; Mrs. R. W. Brannen and little parentage, and 6.9 percent are of
Mrs. Hamilton Rltch. Tea guests: with attorneys on his second fed- daughter. Pauline of Glenn Saint foreign or mixed parentage. Persons gotten days each year with their across fields still sparkling
L. deral court trial on charges of aid- pointer and setter compalons In the from the
Mrs. S. passing shower or the
Sr. few
Mrs. J. H. Rltch, Mary, are spending u days of English-German and Canadian
Peek, Mrs F. H. Long. Mrs. A. A. Ing and: abetting the Julian Diaz here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. origin .taken together pursuit of quaU. With the liberal sight of handsome cock and hen A FULL LINE

and Miss Hilda Durden of .counterfeiting ring. A mistrialwas H. P. Gainey. hand of sportsmen they spend with their brood of a dozen alert,
37.3 of the
Durden form 160,832
Hampton. declared in the case In October Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Crosby and percent' what be without stint to staisfy their wants bright-eyed chicks feeding deployed Porch. Swings
and the second trial is persons comprising may and leave much welcome cash In
through the
garden are things
son, Glenn and Mrs. Jennie Crosbyof termed the foreign white stock in Lawn Furniture
scheduled for November."I the communities visited. And the
that delight the soul of
SHOWER Jacksonville, spent Sunday here many. Just
POSTNUPTIAL Florida. Of theforeignborn
the of
am out of politics from now with the former's parents, Mr. and white of wholesome pleasure afield la not as truly as do the more expensive Portable Phonographs]
on and do not expect to ever be a population all there Is to remember for "quailon pleasures of the
The ladles of the Presbyterian Mrs. L. R. Galney. Florida (59,057)( _more than one- opera.
candidate for or other toast" furnish a dish to delight Let Us Serve You
:, and Christian Endeavor governor political Mr. and :Mrs Virgil Dobson and half have been naturalized.The Thus it will be seen that sportsmen -
office, Catta said. "That'smy the epicure, the snow white farmers and lovers of the outdoors
entertained at the manse son, Laurie, of Ellerbee, are spend Florida
j Society C. present plan, and I do not even populatlonof as a breast meat being toothsome beyond in general all have DENMARKFURNITURE
Mrs. brother
afternoon honoring ing a short while with their whole Increased 499,741 51.6per good reason
Friday or
Ward mid-May bride who la care to discuss politics. I am in and sister, Mr. and Mrs. J. B. compare. for desiring an abundance of CO.
W. a cent, between 1920 and 1930, ,
the fertilizer business and Neither is it
tryingto necessary for the quail. In some places
trip thru
for a two month's Ware. largely CHASTAIN, Mgr.CARL'S .
leaving this being next to the highest percent C.
make of to
out IL" lease his
a living property owner shoot lack of unlertsandlng and
the north. Mr. Frank Brown and son, Ira by virtue
through of increase shown state
Catta said that Governor Carl. by any Ing rights to others for he may reserve of power at the ballot
rooms of the manse and Mr. E. A. Gainey were business and
The spacious that Of this increase
P with I: ton, who defeated him in the elec- during period! this pleasure for himself and
decorated visitors in Starke
were beautifully last Friday. 60.2 per cent-Were/ in the age L
tion of 1928, "hasmade an excel. enjoy at his leisure what others
summer flowers. A delightful program night. groups under 35 years., The number -; I
lent and is entitled to ; travel ao far to seek and
governor so
musical numbers was given Mrs. C. C. Melvin waa visitingher pay I
of of children under 1 of
year age !
the full and II to
Davis, Miss Elzla- co-operation supportof husband Mr. C. C: Melvin, who liberally enjoy.
:Mrs. E. :M.
by Florida citizens" showed an Increase" of 23.6 percent,. i
beth Kendrick and Margaret Lowry is In the hospital in Gainesville Many however appreciate the CASH CORNERIn ,i
while the entire group under five
Lucille Mitchell Federal Judge Akerman continued worth of the little brown birds, and
Mr. Melvin
by Miss Tuesday. far thoughtto ,
and readings
increased 24.7 cent. I
years per
the second trial of Catts several quail are now imported into the
and Miss Marjorie Stump. months he could have be improving and Is expected, The proportion of the population United States S. R. Johns Depot
Bennett won ago so an I from Mexico to the Building-Opposite
a Miss Guasle Mae to return home in a few days.
: 7 to 13 years of age attending
for defective number
operation sight. Catts of nearly a hundred thousand
first place In a clever contest which, ap said yesterday he had not under Mr. H. P. Gainey was a businessvisitor school Increased from 83.2 per cent a year to restock areas where Phone 15 Starke, Fla. We Deliver
to the occasion, In Gainesville Monday.
propriate Lucille Mitch gone the operation, but expected to in 1920 to 91.7 per cent: In 1930. and too many have been shot or that
a + was directed by Miss of those 14 and 15 of ,
soon. He returned last night to years age are for other reasons understocked.
eU. his home at DeFuniak Springs. PAY TAXES BEFORE JUNE 15 the proportion Increased from 78.6 And although it like
with a seems "carry
t' .The bride'wu presented per cent In 1920 to 94.1 per cent In SATURDAY
in pink and ing coals to Newcastle" to Import SPECIALS FOR FRIDAY )
May basket decorated The county's tax books will close 1930. The percentage of illiteracy quail Into the heart of their southeastern ,
white with bows of SHIPPING YOUNQDERRIES Monday June 15th according to
f't4 In the population:10 years of age stronghold, not a few of the r
j tulle and filled with packages NORTH Tax Collector Knight, acting under and over decreased from 9.6 to 7.1.

; which proved to be A shower of Instructions from Tallahassee, and There were 599,010 gainful workers AND MONDAY

miscellaneous gifts. Jackson, Miss, May 29.-The taxpayers can save themselves ad- in the state In,1930, of whom

Following this a dainty menu of youngberry, a new development on ditional expense by paying their 448606., were males representing I

; pink and white ices and cakes was the Gulf coast.U being shipped in taxes on or before that date. Taxes 60.8 per cent of the male population i FLORIDA I

served. I.TBEASJ1tE. express lots this week to northern will be accepted until that date and 150,404 were females, MAXWELL{ HOUSE COFFEE. pound _-. Me :,

. markets and finding a ready sale, without added costs. Making up representing per cent of the THEATRE, I

} HUNT according to John McKay of the the tax list will be started the following female population. There' were BEST WHITE BACON lb. ': --... l1c
.- Mississippi Agricultural Service day and property will be 133,648 persons engaged In agriculture GAINESVILLE, FLA. ------- I

'10 compliment Miss Eloise Rltch Department. The berry la a combination : sold the first Monday in,August Including both farm owners Picnic Ham Shankless lb. 16c
Herbert Durden --------------
,1 of Starke and Mr. blackberry dewberry i and farm laborers; while the var-
Pro. Week June 5th
y i of, Hampton, who will wed June raspberry, and Is as large as a Panama City-W. T. Slade opened ious manufacturing and mechani &

ti Otb Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Boring of good sized cultivated blackberry. It automobile repair shop In rear industries employed 128,739. the 1 CHEESE, pound _ ____________-------. I

Butler and Miss Clara Louise has an unusual flavor and those of McSween building on Commerce ,
Lake I largest numbers being In the building TODAY II I 25e I
Peek and Miss Lelia Dea Andrews shipped to local markets were avenue. Industry, in saw and planing I Pint Jars Wilson's Salad Dressing _____-

readily snapped up. Only express Leesburg Construction under mills, and In cigar and tobacco factories William
shipments were made this year, but way on service station for W. F Powell TALL PINK SALMON ___ 10t
There were 64,148 persons In"LADIES _____________
"? At 8:30: o'clock the guests met at :Mr. McKay predicts carlot shipments Duggan. engaged in transportation; 94,460In

the home of Miss Clara Louise another year from around Manly Construction Company received wholesale and retail trade Including .. S5e I
Extra Broom
MAN"With Heavy 5-String ______i: --- -
decorated contract for
surfacing new
Peek, which was attractively Long Beach, near the coast. banking and Insurance; 99-

t'l was with served cut ,.flowers.. J. R.After NAVAL STORES- EXPERIMENT and road Mount being Dora.built between Tavares 985 In domestic and personal ser- I 8-LB. BUCKET LARD __________________ SOt

punch read the first clue which lead STATION LOCATED OLUSTEE Leesburg Muni-saver, grocery Kay Francis

jh ing the 'crowd to the school house, and meat market, opened for business DR. R. W. MARTIN Added-Charley Chase Comedy 5 LBS. SUGAR _ _ _________________ 25e;
_ from there they went to Hampton Congressman R. A.. Green was at corner of Orange and 2nd -

d back to the court house, out to the advised Thursday that the federal streets DENTIST SATURDAY"The 45 Ib. Tins Lard ______________________ $*-6
cemetery, to the depot and then to department of agriculture had selected Plant City-Plant City Fish Co., |Phone 33 Hours i to 5

'Andrews' cottage at Klngsley lake a site for the Naval Stores opened for business by Fred Man- Tarnished Lady" 2 lbs. Cumberland Ground Coffee ________ 2St
,I which was decorated with moss andpalmettos. Laboratory at Olustee. Florida. His lacalco at 107 South Drane street. Over Corpenlng'a Drug Store

Us. Here the treasure, a Information came as a telegram Marianna Suwannee Store, w1 1 f WithTallulah 10 BARS LAUNDRY SOAP _____ ______ 25e

4 bag filled with pennies, was found from Dr. Henry O. Knight, Chief Inc., general merchandise Mark! Bankhead ?

_ buried at the foot of a'tree. Mrs. Bureau Chemistry and Soils as follows Ushment opened at 109 : PURE MUSTARD 't. 20e
.. ..
x..w- Clive Brook. ---
J. M. Edwards was the lucky find : "Department! announces today street.St. .

i at ere A clue was then given the honor selection of site Naval Stores Augustine-Permit Issued to 666 \eleled-Mlckey McGulre Com MATCHES ________5e
_ _ _ _____..;______..__
guests, which lead to a large Laboratory at Olustee.1 State Road Department for cons i edy

a box filled with a treasure for each Judge Green, who was author of structlon of bridge across San Sebastian 1.14*VID -TABI.KTS Red Box Macaroni or Spaghetti __________ Se

_ X17 at.the edge of the lake. the bill for the establishment of River here at Duero a.u._ a o..a.. .r N......... I.M Monday &
At the close of the evening the this Experiment Station or laboratory street _I..t-.. ch.rk. C.l. tae Ilr.tday. Tuesday Barrel SOeWASH
Vinegar Gallon ::
salad ..4 kcka Malaria !. t.r_ _-.. .-----------
following cuesta'enjoyed a said that he was delighted Miami Beach-Local golf course '*"' Women of all Nations'
i ,course: Mr. and Mrs. Hamilton that the department had selecteda improved. 'I 5a6 Salve for Baby's CoH.I BOARDS 25e
_ Brown of With _ -_ ________---------
C. site In the --
2 Rltch. Mr. and Mrs. H. Second COl1rre..lonalDlatrlct -- ---- --- -- - -

,t Harriet Lawtey; Bitch Miss Mary Miss Canova Annie, Miss Mae He said of that the Olustee state. was In the .L I Victor McLaglen 5 Pounds BANANAS _ __. ___________ 25e

5 Pearce Mlsa Haael Adklns, Mrs. center of the naval stores Industry, Going to Tybee or Jacksonville Beach? Edmund Lowe RACE HORSE FEED __:.. ----- $1.90 I I
Jac- ElBrendelWEDNESDAY ------- I
and would
} D. M. Harward Mlsa Rosalyn be accessible to the oth Stop At

4j}t eel obi!.Middleton Mlaa Miriam, Miss Jacobs.Betty Miss Cham-Ha. er particularly naval stores Georgia producing and Alabama.states, HOTEL SAVANNAH, Savannah, Ga.- Uncle Sam Water Ground Meal ________ $2.00 i 1

Miss Hilda Durden ofye. Georgia made a strong plea to And I $2J5
firs berl n, GRITS ______ ;
i' Hampton Miss Genevtvle Rivera of have the station located in South HOTEL SEMINOLE, Jacksonville;,Fla. "YOUNG SINNERS"With _ ... _ ____________ S

Butler Messrs. Nolan Ca- Georgia, but congressmen believes $1.
Lake ;
i No. 2 Yellow Western Corn __________
Knight Mll- that Olustee Is
nova of Waldo, Paul the better location MODERN-FIREPROOF '
j ton Brownlee Delma Evans of and will prove of greater benefit to A STAR CAST No. 2 $1.85'
: Jacksonville, Steve Stevens of Rat.fol'd the naval stores Industry. Rates: .'fit tn> White Clipped Oats ____________ !

Eldredge Smith Bob Turn-! Olustee la Just south of the Os- Without With &50 & Veribest SHORTS ________ $lr'''
3 i but, Tom Busch, Gerald Mlddle- ceola National Forest where the Bath $1.50 up- Bath $ up Thursday Friday _ _ ______

,> ton. Sanders Harvey, and Shelby federal government has recently In Moo-Cow $E10 i
;, :McKlnney: and Glenn Duke of acquired several thousand acres for Every Room CLARA BOW"KICK Dairy Feed, 20 percent ______-

Radio-Loud Ratea Posted Door
forest Speaker- oh In
Gainesville. purposes. Butternut Dairy Feed,24 percent ______ $2.30j j
1 a: -- i Electric Ceiling Fan-Soft Water IN"
: } LADIES AUXILIARY TO MEET ,Jacksonville Jacksonville Ship $110 I

$,;II. Chandlery:,and ,Awning Company MOST CENTRAL LOCATIONS ...... ,.. .. tNt C. S. MEAL, 7 percent Bright __ ..___---. '

"1 6 .The Ladles Auxiliary of "the purchase Jacksonville Tent, and --I

U :Presbyterian ehUlich"wU bold its I I Awning Company, 239 East Bay Chast. B. Griner-gr! lOc & 50c I FRUITS AND PRODUIC'EDAILY _

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S S u2 25.'SY5752.e2525 spent urday from a month's Georgia vacation where with they Free Movie Shows :

relatives. NEW'RIVERMI. -r Zo) Yo Know? -:- i iSppII.a .1' J

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Bits R l sup Cor. '
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Miss Rosalyn Jacobs and Miss .'
Ford Auto Plant) I . ,' ,
Miriam Jacobs will attend the Dell Death of Mr. J. B. Crews I : '

Phi Epsilon sorority house partyat The death angel visited the home

local NeWs Jacksonville Beach this weekend ms." of Mrs. J. E. Dowllng. Sr.. early :
Sound Motion Picture Feature of Thursday morning and took awaya

Exhibit Arranged by loving father.

Concerning Our People, Business and Attorney D. E. Knight of Starke Local DealerA :Mr. Crews was born September

of the County and Town. .was attending court here this week] 18. 1851, and died May 28, 1931,
Progress both as counsel and witness In ac sound motion picture graphically being 79 years and a few monthsof

tions coming up In circuit court.- portraying the story of the age at the time of his death.

____ o =_o..=. ==== Lake Butler Times. Ford Motor Company and Its widespread Mr. Crews In his young life unit-
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activities will exhibited ed with the Christian church and
ers, for sale at Woods' It. Fryers for sale at Woods. It. Mrs. W. E. :MIddleton, Miss free of charge In a special Ford exhibit : since then has been a devoted and

Madge Middleton and Miss Hazel to be held at Starke In the faithful worker of; Christ. He was

| -and Mrs. L. .A. Davis spent Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Epperson, Jr.,, Middleton spent Tuesday at the dealer's showroom, Thursday.June united In marriage In his early daysto

r Jack onville. of Jacksonville, spent the week-end state farm with Mrs. C. D. Whit 11. The show will be open Miss Cella Sapp; to this union

iday to with Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Wall aker. to the public from 2 p. m. to 10 p. were born ten children, all of whom

m. survive. The ones who mourn his

nee for the whole family The James William Brownlee is ex Mrs. A. Z. Adkins motored to The picture, entitled "A Tour loss are: Mrs. Julia Starbord Mrs.

jltj Store. pected home Sunday from the At Gainesville Wednesday to attend a Through the Ford Factory," will Gertrude Moore, Mrs. Ins Hayes c

spent lanta Southern Dental College luncheon given by Mrs. Wilmer show the gathering of raw materials and Mr. Q. E. Crews and Mr. Jeff
lee Madge MIddleton: NeweU In honor of Mrs. L. L. Roaneof their arrival at the Rouge Crews of South Florida; Mrs. J. E. I

aeaday to Jacksonville. Col. and Mrs. D. E. Knight and New Orleans, La. Plant in Dearborn; Mich., and the Dowling and Mrs. Jessie Cason of -'., E n

Paul Knight spent Thursday In numerous Interesting stages thru Lake Butler, besides a number of o- r'
r. and Mrs. H. A. Bishop Tuesday. Jacksonville.Mr. Sweet potato plants, $1.50 per which they pass in the process of grand-children and great grand-
rim Jacksonville thousand at Klrkliter's. making Ford care and trucks. It children.

Andrews Is, In short, an education In the ex Mr. Crews was a well respected
W. H. of Starke
|r. and Mrs. W. A. Scott were was in Lake Butler on business Mrs. J. C. Manning and Mn tent and meaning of- ,modern volume citizens of Bradford and Union
Tuesday. production. counties, being a resident of these
wtey Monday.-Lake Butler Times. Herbert Hart returned home Mon
day after spending several days While an unseen voice'' explains two counties for several years.

L and Mrs. H. V. Knight were Interwoven Socks, 2 pair f 1.00. with friends and relatives in Sur- each scene, the'audience Is taken) He was laid to rest in the Crews

aesvllle\ Tuesday. Quality Store. rency, Ca.State's on a tour of the plant, through the cemetery Sunday afternoon May
great blast furnace building where Slat, at 4 o'clock. The funeral services -

H. Harrell of Brooker, was. of ore Is converted Into Iron; into the were conducted at the grave
H. V.
Miss Kate Struth has returned Attorney
Jtarke Monday. open hearth building where the by Rev. Daugherty_of Starke. The
from Wildwood ,after a several Starke, was In Lake Butler this
iron becomes steel and Is poured,, body was In charge of H. L. Bowling -
weeks' visit with her sister Mrs week looking after the Interests of
for sale at Woods. It.I : a white hot liquid, into moulds; of Lake Butler. Many beautiful
yers L. M. DeSha.Mr. the state in the spring term of circuit
into the blooming mill where the flowers were given as the last

I S.sapp of Lawtey, was a busl- court.-Lake Butler Times. steel Ingots are made Into bars; tribute of respect to our, dear
and Ward
\ visitor to'Starke Monday., Mrs. Charles F. and Into the rolling mill In which friend and fellow citizen. 1
Mr. and Mrs. T. S. Williams and
left Tuesday for an extended visitIn the long bars of white hot steel HA' the 1'3wn"t-! ithal' anal ;r.1 par "Canal...".IN"nail :

In. Dale Vanslckel spent the Michigan and Canada and other I family returned home Tuesday; are reduced to definite sizes. Forty; Step softy dear father Is at rest, !! "from t, HI 'ctirlou*,"'tick tormatlon'1vhiohehavebean"csuaad'by' ; 4:1 t
In Carollnas.
night from a visit the
with states of the north. of composition He Is with the heavenly ? ca".dIOII\il.pot.c.and.; 1 1ft.
k-end In Gainesville home kinds of steel, each a sleeping _erosion of waves Jt.! a : andJ"It"atI!)
nd They were accompanied by; to serve a definite purpose, blest; (! ear. Wharton, rloronlOterglinlBByMr,' :' _
their :Miss Helen Holsteirof ,
Miss Ivan H. Loucks of Gainesville are used In the Ford car and truck. He knows no more pain nor sorrow -
Batesburg, S.',C. !
lr. George White has returnedi spent the week-end at Kings- The picture shows also the manufacture Irene, also Miss Mildred Broughton ting contest. It was Graham's ban p

a visit In Miami with rela-. ley Lake with Miss Myrtle Strick- Miss Sybil Corbett and Mr. Wil of glass in an endless un But he will meet In the glory of attended the meeting Sunday at game all the way, when they scored

land. broken strip, a process developedby tomorrow China Grove. twice in the first inning and seven
lie Ray Lewis of Jasper were the
Ford engineers; the machine Mrs. Wilder and son, Arthur, are times In the fourth.
of Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Robinson
t received'' new' patterns In Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Strickland guests Sunday. They were accompanied ' shops In which parts' for the car here visiting their daughter and Durbin struck out ten men for
Store.r. announce the birth of a daughter are manufactured; the pressed sister, Mrs. Tom Mills. "
i ties, Aye at Quality home by Miss Kathryn Hampton while Hough of Graham ,,
Sunday. May 31st. She has been the week steel building with Its gigantic GRAHAM Mr. Clyde Hall and Louis Young- whiffed six. at
Lewis, who had spent
[ S. P. Vandlviere arrived named :Myra Jacqueline. with Miss Vera Claire Robinson.A. presses; and the" coke ovens and MI.. Onto Ms. Nmlth. Cor. blood were visitors here Sunday R. Reynolds and Strickland of

nesday and will spend his va- other units In which by-products evening. Graham had three hits each, while j
Mr, B. G. Middleton of Bruns- are recovered to the extent of millions Mr. Prescott was visiting Mr. John Reynolds Is now visit.
lon here with relatives. T. Roberts of Jacksonville, Clyde Durbin of Hampton hit two out of
wick, Ga., and Mr. G. B. Middle- Journal of dollars annually. his aunt, Mrs. R. M. Johnson here Ing In Jacksonville.Mr. four, Including a home run with
writer for the Ar
Rhodest ton of Woodbine, Ga., were guestsof special Throughout the picture one sees Leroy Wasdln was visiting ?;
ft. and Mrs. Frank several of this week in Sunday.Mr. two on base. Both teams pulled
the week-end with Mr. and Dr. W. E.,Middleton Monday. spent Starke In connection days with his work! literally miles and miles of conveyors Jlmmle Reynolds was a visitor relatives here Sunday. two double plays during the contest

i,E. W. Hayes. Journal's agricultural which take much of the In Starke Sunday.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Smith and but played ragged ball at a
Mr and Mrs. J. W. Calico were on special : manual labor off the backs of men. L. C. Smith and family, and daughter were visiting In Starke other times

) Emma Strickland spent the in Orlando for the week-end. While edition. There are conveyors carrying new Mr. WIU Blrt and son, Marvin, at- Thursday. Hough of Graham was the winning

k-end with friends in Galnes- there they attended the American. Mrs. B. S. Carroll of Daytona' ly arrived materials into the plant, tended the Baptist Union meetingat -- pitcher, while Durbin, Hamp- y
Automobile Insurance Convention.Mrs. for several others taking parts from one China Grove Sunday. Graham. Trim Hampton 17-11 ton, was the loser
Beach arrived Friday Mrs building to another, and, of course, Hampton was defeated again by Graham defeated Hampton here Frostproof -- Bill Pond Garage
Klss Rosalyn Jacobs' returnedday Mary Dover, Miss Estelle days visit with her mother, the final assembly line, that fam the Graham baseball team on the thin afternoon 17-11. in a free-hit. building rtpalntoJ.I p j
F. H. Long. She was accompanied I
Mr. Sanford Rltch and the parts
Kendrick ous conveyor Hampton court Saturday after- '
from F. S. C. W. at Talla-
Mr. James Ritch will leave Sundayfor by her sister Miss Lois Long, are put together to form the completed noon. Thin Is the second game that STEAM PRESSING COMPANY
see. with her.
had the
a visit in North Carolina. spent car. the Graham team has played this I I' I
illss Is hert In addition to.the picture, there season, and won both times.Mrs. ,
Mrs.Kitty K.Hogsed R. Lane of visiting Jackson- Mrs. S. A. Barefoot' Ocala", lathe H. T. Justice, who recently pur will be a representative line ol Jess Cain and daughter. Frank Thoman-Phone 52 ;''
chased the Waldo Hotel, was a visitor
guest of her son and daugh Ford cars and trucks and display
ter-in-law, ,Mr. and Mrs. P. M. to Starke first of the' week boards contalnln car and truck I 'r!
Barefoot.Mrs. Mr. Justice Is remodeling: and redecorating '
r. and Mrs. W. L. Wall and his purchase and plansto parts.
alone'are well worth a
and Mrs. H. C. Wall spent Mattie Godbold of Jacksonville operate a first-class hotel In visit The for cars they Include body types to

edgy In Jacksonville. is guest at the home of Waldo. suit any tests and to meet any oc ,Specials June 5th and 6thPILLSBURY'S

Mr. and Mrs. S. S. Dowling. casion. Particularly attractive are
|tr. and Mrs. M. M. Prevltt of
Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Alderman the de luxe cars In which upholstery 4
ney Farms, spent Tuesday with and rubbers atKickliter spent several days In Tallahassee are of a kind and
t jars, caps appointments I
and Mrs. 1. W Calico.
this week. They were accompanied '
i ____ -s. I quality usually found only In more
BB>IIBB wf Miss !
home by their daughter, automobiles.
f oL and Mrs. J. L. Frazee spent will a expensive BEST FLOU
Miss Hazel Middleton and Mills I Mona Alderman, who spend All the body types are featured,
week-end at Atlantic Beach for short while here before enterting Ford's new beauty of line!
h i Ur. and Mrs. O. P. Llktna. Hazel Adkins Beach left Wednesday to attend a the Cincinnati Conservatory of Mu by and the color. The deep radiator, the!
Jacksonville 6 Ib. sack 25c 121b. sack 47c 24 Ib. sack 89c
Cordon's full fashioned hose, 98c house party of Z. T. A. Sorority. sic. wide graceful generous sweeping fenders, lines, and of the the'I' - - - ftJ

jl.63. Quality Store. Senator E. M. Johns spent the Mr. and Mrs. Owen J. Andersleft bodies contribute to a pleasing I This "balanced" flour will give you a new idea of perfect baking.ConfluerorNoah .

week-end with his family. Mrs. Sunday for their summer vacation whole. The cars may be obtainedIn .
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a Peggy and Lucille Ken- planning to spend the .
Johns returned to Tallahassee with they a variety of color combination Clearbrook
fy of Suriency Ga, are visiting next thirty days touring through er can
and Mrs. Herbert Hart. him Sunday for a visit. the western states as far as Salt Largo -- Richey Coop opened SUGAR

Utah. Mr. Anders has at 269 Fourth
Lake City shoe repair shop CORN BUTTER
E. Carter
Mr and Mrs. J. ,
Ira N. T. Rltch and Mrs. T. J. and Mrs. L. A. been in employment of the Seaboard street N. W. .
and Virginia rugate
fain were visitors In Gainesville Railway for several years.
ay.Ur. Carter spent Sunday in Cedar Key .
with relatives. 10Ibs.----- 3for 25c Pound28c
and Mrs. J. E. Wilson have Sunday guests at the home of r

ved 1 to KIngsley and are occupythe Miss Mary Brownlee 'returned Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Morgan were: Refinishing r- RepairsAll -__ __--__-- ._ ._- __ _. .__. ._. _. ____ ._ m. '_ :
! Weeks cottage. Sunday from DeLand where she Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Peeler of Jacksonville

visited her uncle and aunt, Cot and Mrs. W. B. Ennis, of Tampa Kinds of FurnitureOur Cream Cheese : Pound 17c
Futch. and will be In Fancy - -
trg, L. A. Carter of Jacksonville :Mrs. J. E. Mrs. Hope Thomas daughter representative ,

pit the week-end with Mr. and : Sue Gene of Bradenton. Mrs. Starke to show samples and
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J. E. Robinson. Mr. and :Mrs. R. S. Ennla and Mrs. Thomas will remainfor quote prices June 10th. ---I'

their guest last week, Mrs. Johns a week's visit. your name and address-No

fudge A. Z. Adkins of Starke mother, Mrs. W. H. Green, of obligation. GRITS or MEAL RICE
ded Starke.-Lake Butler Times.
over circuit court here Miss Florence Matthews. Miss Fiber Furniture Mfff.

> week.-Lake Butler Times. Mrs. S. E. Brownlee and sister,, Ethel Griffin, Mrs. J. M. Mitchell,, Company
8 lbs. 19c 51bs.- 21
'.T w. Belcher of Dublin Ga., Mrs. E. C. Cross spent several daysIn Mrs. O. L. Beasley, Mrs. A. M.. 623 Riverside Ave., JacksonvilleATLAS r r - r r c
and Mrs. L. A. Davis, of the
week guests
i the Gainesville this
guest of relatives here for ..
f week-end. Mrs A. V. Long. W. T. Weeks Chapter, were guests --- --'-- -- --- -- --- ,

of J. J. Finley Chapter of U. D. C.,, _..... u ,..- Ground while U wait-Best Grade
Jordan returned Sun. and attended the Jefferson Davis
: Miss Pearl

fNT A WORD day home,from Ga.demonstration, to her assume home her agent.In duties Wrightsvlllc as- nesday.beaulfa birthday school exercises: In Gainesville at Miss Wed Te- '.,Coffee, M-C Special 1 lb. 25c; Rio, 1 Ib. - -15c

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Mr. and Mrs. J. M.Brownlee.tand Mr. and :Mrs. John Gary Ennis The Standard?Oil '

|R SALE CHEAP one Ford- daughter, :Miss Martha Brownlee, of: :Miami, were visitors Sunday at Guaranteed*- A' GOOD WHITE BEST GRADE

Tractor, dlso and plow. J. M returned Sunday from Atlanta and the home of Mr. and Mrs. J, W. Tire I

tcbeil Starke. ,0-15-tf. .Chattanooga, Tennessee. Morgan.graduating Gary from la well Bradford known here High, One YearFrigidaire BACONlb.12c Compound Lard 2 Ibs. 21c

1\ RENT: Furnished apart- Congressman R. A. Green, of and later from University of Florida -.
nts with private bath, reasonw Starke was the guest of his sister, in electrical engineering. Last I ,.........NH --

rates. Mrs. N. T. Ritch. It. Mrs.R. S. Johns In Lake Butler on Monday he received his M. S. de- GIBB'S MAIDEN BLUSH

-__________ Tuesday.-Lake Butler Times. gree. At present he la connected
1\ RENT-Furnished house for with Florida Power and Light Co., '
18; also for sale. electric fan Mr. and Mrs. W L. Edwards as power salesman covering Miami Pork & Beans for -25c Apple Butter I qt. jar 19c ;
of Jacksonville -
\ Fredrlka Ft. Laud- ,
JoUl W. lawn mower $2.60. and daughter, territory as far north as

stove $2, four chain $3. 2- were guests of Mr. and erdale. the three year gttar- ,- -
rt churn $1. A. E. Dunham.) Mrs W. M. Struth for the week-
Van CampfaTall No.2 CanTomatoes Octagon Soap or
It. end. ISSUING BAD CHECKS anted electric refrigerator l:'

UND Pocketbook with mon- Paul Knight returned from the \
Milk Powders i
Ilk lame. Party fully describing :University of Florida Sunday. He Walter Jones, operator of

t taisi.paying for this adv may) was accompanied by Nolan Ca- Standard Filling Sation In Hampton i

calling on R. H. Boyles. :nova. Jr., who was his guest for during the past two months,
ak left his station last week and Is For sale bySmith's 4for29c 3for25c 6for:25c 1

pp'a new Y place west of :the day. now paying for a tour through "
mug station
13. ItsIt I All varieties field peas at Kick- southern states Issuing bad checks. h _. -. -
According to Sheriff Epperson heis
!Uter-0. checks with a freehand Service $
SALE: i cashing the

street Homete 100 on Jetern tt.-, Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Green had as one coming into the local .
sUbe MCT'i
'J feet Mr bank from a Kentucqy filling i ,I
deep. Modem: house In their guests Sunday :Mr. and *
:'17 way. Bother lot adjoln'Ua D. J. Clark and Mrs. Ola FIncher ,visited last Friday. A description StationStarke
A description I
r visited last Friday. '
tame Deesof he
Mrs. L P.
Without Gainesville, and '
4aother buildings. of of Jones and a warning to "Where' Satisfaction
Is f
dot hontaagme street with 200 Jacksonville.Mr. officers to be on tM lookout for I' Fla. a CertalntW'r i' !
feet .
I deep.If bro-dcart over .cwtN' '
eras bees I'
ecessary.James Lamb. and Mrs. D. P. Carpenter btaa rRUP.A.n'n'v. I ..... T . ''
H-2t. and Mrs;T. T. Long returned Sat- I "1n""

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600 Club Girls To RAIFORD STATE FARM I r guest of their uncle Si,.Dee

Gather for Annual
I Mm. V. A. nosier Cor. Crews-Rohier, \l'
FARM NEWS SECTION I-H Short Course Play Ball:-Say our boys did givea A quiet ,

Active In County --- trouncing last Sunday to the Randolph Boree returned to his home of and< Mr occurred,. *
2. J.
Tallahassee Fla.-About 600 Eagles of Jacksonville, 11 to Sunday afternoon Q.

' Conducted By Florida 4-H club girls from over Wow, some game! Capt. Rich, the home In Jacksonville Saturday af- I when their eldest at four o'I

I. 30 counties are expected to gather club' Jovial manager had to miss ter spending the past week herewith 'Gertrude daughter, '

I* T. DYER, Cennty Agent '(By I.. T. Dyer.) here Friday June 5, for the an- It. Did you see that play that Tex his aunt Mrs. J. E. Rosier. :were united and in Mr. F'ranIc CIb

MISS PEARL JORDAN, Home Demonstration Agent The fifth annual 4-H Club picnic ual girls' short course at the State made way out In the left field T Mrs. Johns of Macclenny spent ups performing marriage, Rry.p.

was held at Worthington College for Women Miss Flavia Boy, how that baby can run. He the past week here with her slater, ,i The wedding the ceremoawas ?.

Springs on Saturday May 23rd. Gleaaon, state home demonstration made Supt. Blltch Jump right up- Mrs. W. R. Kersey. the friends II1U'prile

l'JI; BOYS I where over 150 4-H Club boys and' agent, has announced. The short off his seat-keep It up-that kind Mrs. Hester Sapp apent the :but they will ot the bride and
4 H CLUB the unite
HINTS TO HOUSEWIVEa day.girls and A program their was enjoyed put on by course will last until June 13. Last of a play Is what wins a game. week-end here with Mr. and :Mrs.: I good wishes to them. in ex

i year over, 450 girls attended. J. Q. Rosier.Mr. .
I Weekly from Home Demonstration the local club boys and talks were Regular short courses will be Did you see the two bird dog and :Mrs.: Ury Reddish of .

AT GAINESVILLE Specialist, Tallahassee given by visiting extension work- given la gardening, poultry, home puppies that Doctor Whitaker, is Wateroak, were visiting their Anderson & Clayton; to 8hJp

I I ers from Gainesville, from elevento Improvement,. food conseravtton, sporting around the campus? Gee, daughter, Mrs Cohen Peele Sun- 000 bales of cotton through pb

twelve in morning. A fine din- nutrition, personal hygiene and I'll bet that Doc is proud of them... day afternoon.Mr. Jacksonville this year.-.T;

(By I* T. Dyer.) JELLY MAKING ner was spread and enjoyed by alL leadership. The courses will be They sure are dandles. I and Mrs. J. Q. Rosier and vllle Times-Union.
After dinner Indoor were
who games extension home demon children visitors to Starke
Several local 4-H Club boys taught by were
enjoyed for an hour, then swim- '
finished their work last year and stration workers, Including a Dumber What a crowd on the Turnpikelast Saturday.
Pectin, In the presence of an ended the for the
won recognition In their work have niits ming. program of county home demonstration Sunday-that was a record- Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Rosier and COFFINS
acid, makes jelly jell. Some &
I ; been awarded free tripe to the 4-H and day. agents and others. Everybody what a beautiful day It WAS. children were visiting :Mr.: and Mrs CASKBW l
as Citrus, plums, sour CatUey Sevan boys from Union and two And a Full
Club Boys' Short Course at GalneaViUa will receive general training C. A. Pringle Sunday afternoon. Line of
guavas, grapes, loquats mayhaws, from Bradford attending theBoys'
which will be in aeaalon this cherries In all the courses and specific train- One real pretty sight !ta to look Misses Pauline and Juanlta Rosier -
mangoes, and Surinam Short Course at Gainesville Undertakers'
to county Agent selected at the thousands of lillles that are China Supplfe
week according contain pectin and acid In properamounts this week. These trips are won ing vln ones. attended church. at
1 '''N Dyer. to make perfect jelly. each good club work A truly recreational program on In full bloom, just outside the main Grove Sunday. AUTOMOBILE HEARS

The expenses of these trip have With some fruits acids or pectin and year by doing record with exhibitsat which entertaining features are gate. Did you see them 7 or would Mra. C. A. Pringle and children A.a .. H..... T.. kM
k ,.been cheerfully donated by local may have to be supplied from other the county contests. .. :not lacking ham been planned. Ex- you like to see them? Oh you bad were visiting Mr. and :Mrs.: J. E. service at tk. |0w.t pri-

4 business concerns who are Interested fruits. Pectin Is most abundant In The boys' will be held the ''tensive training hi community recreation boy. I Rosier Friday night. Special slt.sttos to terep41seeri

4S iS In seeing the progress of bet- unripe fruit. camp leadership will be given to B. E. and R. S. Rosier and Frank
latter of June If the time and '
ter agriculture among the juniors Selection of Fruit part certain groups.A 1 Say, did any of you miss Supt. Crews were visitors to Starke Sat- RBOISTKIIED: BHBALMEt
satisfactorily ar
place can
t on the farms. Slightly under-ripe fruit shouldbe ranged. Announcement will be particular feature of this Blitch's grey Ford coupe lately? urday. DEWITT C.

The boys and the donors of the used; if too ripe pectin will be made about It later. Only active year's short course will be a num- Well even a Ford coupe has to Bernard and J. E. Rosier returned JONES
trips are as follows: Union ; ber of different contests between leave in while. TABKB. FLORIDA
county'j low, and If too green the flavor and club boys can to Those' us once a home Saturday after spendingthe
go camp.
r Hugh Dukes, by Nitrate county teams in giving team demonstrations
color will be Impaired. Usually who have dropped out: of the work past week In Jacksonville the
(fo Co.; Carl Dukes, by Cong. about one-third under-ripe and the of various kinds. The yards seem deserted since
will not be permitted to Every
Oreen Neal Dukes, by Farmers & go. At the short winners of
; rest mature fruit will give the best course the cannery started canning lot
boy should see that his record on
Dealers Bank; Raymond Clyatt by jelly. the state health contest and state of the boys got canned, out to the
his Is to date if be
Graham's Store; Claude Byrd, by Pectin Test project up clothing contest will be announced.Both cannery to do some canning.
wishes to attend the
funds raised by club;; David Cof- camp. will represent Florida at the
To test for table-
pectin pour a of the club
"Many projects
fin. by funds raised by club; and spoon of wood or denatured alco- National Club Congress in Chicagothis The park bench at the main gateIs

'it B. K. Johns, by State Boys' Club hol into an equal amount of the of visited them by are me looking during May good.and There most fall. The annual junior state very much in demand these New Things

f department. cooked juice. If strong In pectin a seems to be more interest In the council scholarship to the State beautiful evenings, and well occupledthel'e ,;
Bradford county: 'Ortho K. Ma- College for Women also will be
at the dusk of
solid gelatinous mass will. form, day- ,
club work this In both coun-
and year
R. A. Green
theny by Cong. ; while If the pectin Is weak it will awarded. pleasant memories are echanged-
ties than ever before and It Is
,' Ivan Hazen, by Bank of Starke. real memories lot of
collect hi flocculent particles. The some are
pected that some good results will
r" discontinued Since county In agent Bradford work county was pectin will go back into solution, be had this fall when the recordsare 4-11 Club Winner them-well; ? If they only were' real, Are "News"Every

thus the teat should be noticed at but there Is one thing certain-
last July only a few boys finished finished County Agent Dyer Fine F ''rner.And
once. stated Tuesday. memories or dreams-or?-you
their records and were eligible for
Cooking Community LeaderDeFunlak'Springe can find Capt. so and so-Judge
the Short Course. Next Mr.
year. Cooking juicy fruits in a small so and so-Doctor so and soand member of every family in this communityis
X.. T. present county agent, -
Dyer amount of water, while hard firm COUNTY AGENT, HAVING who is who-and what not

"' says he hopes to have'number fruits should be covered with wa- PROVEN HIS WORTH, IS F1a.-"U you interested in the news of the day. And items
of boys to make the trip. want to do a thing, you can," la no
ter. Cook until soft turn into a What a sight to gaze upon the
The Short Course Is held what Arlington Henley, Walton
every jelly bay and drain-do not mass of humanity, digging Into are read with keener relish than announcementsof
200 county 4-H club his mot-
where boy.
over outstandingclub says
year As an outgrowth of "hard times"
squeeze the bag. Many jelly fail those bean and boiled potatoes
boys from all over the state to has been. Arlington along with
attend. They receive instructionin ures are caused by the addition of the revenues have fallen off in our three others from Florida was recently yesterday-by the way everybody new things to eat, to wear or to enjoy in the

7rx too much sugar. Fruits high in county, and consequently savingsare looked, shortly afterwards-I'll bet
various agricultural subjects, announced winner of a trip
pectin and used early in their sea- having to be made In county that the garbage cana left the mesa home.
to the National Club
have athletic contests amusements Camp In
son are about the only ones requiring expenditures. A few people are hall somewhat empty moral:
of various kinds,, and an all round Washington which Is the highest
equal parts of sugar. About Inclined to dispense with the county More beans and boiled potatoes.
good time. It Is a trip that honor 4-H club work offers. The
any Merchants of Starke have the and the desire
two-thirds aa much sugar Is best I agent as a means of saving goods
rural boy should take, and those Barnett National Bonk Jacksonville -
for most fruits. Measure the juice money. As a matter of fact theagent's Hope that nothing here offends
cI that go one time always want to ; will defray expenses of' the
and boil rapidly for a few minutes, salary baa already been a.nyone-a little fun now and then to sell'them.. The. readers of the Bradford

win the trip again. skimming If necessary. Add the cut, due to reduced income in the trip.He Is relished by the best of men.

k - -- sugar, stir until dissolved, and agricultural fund, until he Is not i began club work seven years .. County Telegraph have the money and the desireto
TO STAGE CATTLE DAY ago, growing an acre of for

_ AND IIJERBFOKD SALE AT clear cook product.rapidly to Insure a bright will making be compelled enough to to live look on elsewhere, and he his project. The next year corn he add- CEMETERY WORKING buy. The connecting link is ADVERTISING.

+ GAINESVILLE JUNE 20TII I ed of cotton.
an acre At that time
Jelly Test for a livelihood If some method

Gainesville -Fla.--Just To test the jelly take up a small can't be devised for raising more club work was discontinued.In the Those having dead burled at the Give the people the good'news of new things at ad-

entral Florida, is about as to north-be released amount of jelly on a spoon and allow funds.The county commissioners county.When a new county agent began there Evergreen Wednesday.cemetery June please 10th,meet for vantageous prices. They look to Mr. Mer- ,
,it to drop from the spoon. If are you,
from the cattle tick quaran. the flow and sheet endeavoring to have the legislature organizing clubs in 1928 Arlingtonat the purpose of cleaning It off,
drops together
tine comes the announcement of a from the spoon the jelly la done, pass an act enabling them to levy once became one of the leaders which Is badly needed. chant, for this "store news," and will respond ta
beef cattle
k big day and purebred hi his That
community. he .
should be into hot sterIlIzed another one-half mill tax for the year
Hereford sale to be held here Saturday poured began four projects with Lake Worth O.
a four- W.
jars and sealed at once. Air agricultural fund so that they can Boynton your messages. Let us show that
June 20. Arrangements for plan hi mind. He
year an purchased defunct First National
the Hale are now being made by tight tops should be used, or the keep the county agent. I helped acre of corn, an acre of pasture, Bank building.
jelly should be covered with paraffin. circulate a petition asking the leg-
the University of Florida Agricul- fattened a barrow and raised

S, Live tural Extension Stock Sanitary Service Board, the ,State the Iiabelle. S, Thursby. know islature, we and to got do comments.some this Interesting and,J do you reactions breeding The next pig.year found him with a me have to learned manage to love life; Its I "An Advertisement Is :

__ Gainesville Chamber of Commerce, "I'm opposed to taxes one sow five pigs, and a purebred many advantages along with Its
raising a
and J. J. Cummings, owner of Sem- boar as well as projects of corn, work and problems."
single ,
Inole Farms, Donalsonvllle Ga. I would penny when nearly we'd everyone the Napier grass and cattail millet for Arlington has already made An InvitationAdvertising

't Beginning at 1 p. m., 29: bulls WRUF FARM PROGRAM say present feed. plans to enter the University this I
r' And
{ petition. then without hesitating
and five females be The Voice ef : -
will auctioned. north"I longer, they would sign the Last year Arlington kept up fall and for part-time work on the

These cattle will come from Semi- I petition to have their own taxes about the same projects. except Experiment!:: Station farm.

nole Farms, which Is recognized as that he raised 10 pigs. His profit
Gainesville, Fla.-Farm radio raised saying, "If It will help us to
one of the largest and beat herd of i for the year were $104. He now
talks will be the noonday broad. keep the county agent, we're for
Herefords east of the Mississippi. I owns two 11 anda
young sows. pigs, .
cast from tate radio station it We sure don't want to lose him. -- --- --- ---- -- ---
?t Fred Reppert Decatur Illinois, registered boar.
WRUF each day next week. The And he Is entitled to a living .
According to
County Mitchell
Agent -
auctioneers Florida Farm Hour will be on the ,wage.
Arlington has
alt each from 12 to 12:45 I To of Is been
: day p. m., my way thinking that
the cattle. R. J. Klnzer, Kansas of invaluable assistance as a leader -
eastern standard time. The final the best possible
commentary on
q City :Missiourl: secretary of the In his community as well as at
has been announcedby the value of
program just a county agent to the
,IA American Hereford Breeders' Association club camps and short courses. He
the University Service, and follows farmers and growers of a county.
will also- be present. : When people are already straining Is now president of the county club

council as well as chairman of Its_ _
TRAIN SCHEDULE Sat.. June ft-Florida Farm News under a tax load and cussing the recreational and scholarship u
and Hints. U. S. Farm Science legislature for not reducing taxes,
mittees. Several months
: Effeeuve'Maarch:: 9th our iched- Snapshots.Mon. and yet sign a petition to have was announced winner of the ago Tom

"{ le changes: and trains will run as ., June 8-The Need of Organic their own taxes raised so they can Yon
scholarship of $100 to the University -
l' jllows: Matter with Concentrated keep the county agent, it shows of Florida.

,y No.1. southbound local due Citrus Fertilisers F. DeBuek. that the agent Is worth something He o
says, "Club work has
Starke 11:23: p. m. Farm Reporter at Washington. to them. That comment was heard taught

No. 11, southbound local due Tues., June 9-Fungus Parasite not once but many times while we

t Starke. 11:10: a. m. of Whiteflies and Scales-Dr. E. were circulating the petition.

m; 10:30 No. a.107 m., limited due Starke, W. Berger. Farm Question Box. I County budgets should be trim: OVER WOR!(ED Is The of

No. 101 southbound, limited due Wed., June 10 Flowers for med when the income Is reduced. N.ERVES Sunlight

if Starke 11:00: p. m.ANo. the Summer Garden-John V.Wat- Salaries may be cut If necessary,

2, northbound local due kins. Primer for Town Farmers. but the county agent and home

+ Starke 0:45 a. m. Thurs., June 11-Summer Grazing demonstration agent should be I

No. 12. northbound local, due Crops for Hogs-W. K. Stokes. kept at work and should be given Business

PJ Starke 3:09: p. m.y Supplementary Feeds for Grazing living wages. We need them now

No. 108, northbound due Starke Hogs-W. J. Sheely. worse than ever before. J ,
h"l, 5:62:
-4 p. m.Starke Fri, June 12-Some of the Demonstratlona -- '
M No. 101 leave Starke TOO: ... m. on Northwest Florida TO BROADCAST CAMPFIRE. '

.No.. m arrive 2:40: p. m.r Farms-J. Lee Smith. Farm Re- .
porter at Washington. Gainesville Fla.-Part of an actual & To all that is healthy and vital In business
Bins Bo Soheinlee The weather forecast will be given 4-H club campfire will be ,

Southbound-0:31: a. m., 11:31 early In each program. Market broadcast from state radio station It means increased

av OL, &:11 p. m., 6:31: p. m., 12:14a. : reports will come from the WRUF, Friday night June B from strength and growth;
... State Marketing Bureau in Jacksonville -
0 to 9:30. Some 200 but
outstandingclub advertising is
r4 Northbound: O a. VL, 1:23 p. each week: day at 11 a. m., boy attending the annual a heat which withers -

".. & ... 4:43 12:34 p. m., and 4:45 p. m. AuntSamm7'a
w i., :e'f. p- OL,7:83 p. : a. chats to housewives short course* two representatives here will participate.Florida' to the. and consumes that which Is unsoundA -

Ticket lid information at comes at 9:40 each morning :
National Club Camp In Washing business which Is
..lth'a Service Static,. next. to ton will speak, as will the State ,UP "TO ,'cud ear fa w.... not a good business

..burtheuadi VKDAUA: AVAILABLE Boy Club Agent, and the Supervisor WODdc every ..... at eke_ ---. should not be adver'' ed. A business

of Club Work In the Southeast and bark ***** p_ "wtte which
at the eef
IMF Closing ef Malte (
n. ..tIa Gainesville, Fla. A rather vWatea 4Md1 Overworked would not benefit from widespread

Trala No. 107. tint class stall abundant supply of Vedalla, the ----a-i __ .Bern nay lead to SleepUaee .. appreciation .

10:10: a. m. Australian lady-beetle, so effective WOULDN'T MISS FARM WEEK *. Nervoc* Headache, N..- of its ideals had better

Fly 'r ain No. 11, parcel poet 10:50 In the control of cottony-cushion ojo* XndigeatioB aad a heat of acquire a new

t' t. m. scale Is now available at the State Gainesville Fl*.-The first reservation ether don't unpleasant iltitaifiaime. set of ideals. "

North Plant Board beret Dr. E. W. Berger for the annual Farmers'and Way yew try Dr.' MOeef 1 I

TraIn No. U, parcel post 2:45 entomologist, has announced.The Fruit Growers' Week at the Efferveaeeat Joat one ma NervhM half TabUtsT glaa of

%' p.m.Trala No. 108 first claaa mall charges are 91 per colony of ,University, August 10-14 ha* already water make a pleasant, spark*
10. which covers the coat of been received. It
5:3O m. pro came from flag drink delightfully soothing

Final p. closing of night mall 6:00: duction and distribution. Directions [Mrs. Henry W. Bethea, Newberry, to over-taxed nerve*. the

p. aa. will be Included. I,who said, "1 haven missed Farmer Dr. Miles' Nervine ta BOUT TELEGRAPHPRINTERS

Stark and Bell Branch *' Week In several years and nude In two form*-Liquid aad

Mall closes 7:00 a. m. ARCADIA FARMERS DAY don't Intend to miss It." Effervescent Tablet. Both have .
the same soothing effect,
Mail arrive 2:40 .
m. i'
Arcadia. Fla. Approximately i Cocoa Plggly Wiggly store being -

Lee burg Local swimming 2,000 attended Arcadla's third annual enlarged I [ ) .' .... .

pool opened after being renovated Farmers' Day recently held Groveland A. Herder moved I I pt' )C ll.1JU .:(

:'f' and painted .here according to County Agent ,electric shoe shop to new quarter. I'fJ2 't

:fr.. St. Augustine Plans being .J. J. Heard. Farm talks and a special Tarpon Spring Sinclair Service <'

I iW!/I'j made for proposed moditflcationt poultry clinic were big features Station opened on Eagle ' .. .
local harbor line \ !\ 1
of the day. atreet.
1 I
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: .** I ---- --- -. = :._ __ .. __
derided him saying:, He saved oth- scribes and Pharisees "- -
ers; let him save himself If he be murmured ness visitor to
Dldurrelll - A 0 etlGt / Christ, the chosen against his disciples saying:, Why
Ii +wr'f of God. And do ye eat and drink with publicans Do You Know ? day.Mr.
the -
r soldiers also mocked him com and sinners? And Jesus :? -:- 3.( Hall Is ill
t ing to him, and offering him vine unto them They that are ,(_.,. .ALIri1! r t. We wish him a i
gar. And Mr.
If Howard
saying, thou be the whole
need not
J. Q solo fey ice. anJ a a unto Jdlpsalm 1119:105.utor king of the Jews, save thyself." a physician; but Looper were I
t weld is 4 amp they that are sick. I came not to"
brink And a superscription was written call the Monday.Dr. .
righteous, but sinners to
PDrDtinf P lt6, All retigtoua teaching, doctrine or "THIS IS THE KING OF THE repentance.-Luke 5:30-32. and Mrs. J.

and devotion of the ripenp they ust be in harmony JEWS." How was Jesus 'crucified? An- < < ',' ,"< Vero Beach and
l ty '
the love, Into One of the swer, read-Matt. 27:26-38. ,,' ;. :'J'% ston of Quincy,
chtngl of Jesus the Chrlatwhose words fit every fold and crevice malefactors railed : '-", y :% ,
hill Bart a d of whom it sow said in John 746,"NEVER MAN on him but the other . rebuked June "6 .'" ", ', "}'"e'R'a1tNtrLYifj ". Mrs. D. W. Moore

e him, saying Dost thou not The Untamed Tongue: lie that "' "I" "t.m, ,",.,,',>, A. L. Sullivan
: .
and i fear God for keepeth his mouth ,,,.-r; ,' week.
his life ;
1 Bradford and Union counties are Invited to use thiswent we receive the keepeth :
due reward of our deeds; but this but be that openeth wide his lips Iw Mr and Mrs
news of church,aotlvttea, organizations and annts. V
for Ik
( man hath done nothing amiss.! And shall have destruction.-Proy. 13: I ;P children of South
freely given and no charge made the
Space only ret he said unto Jesus 3. i weekend visitors
that such Items r each this office before Lord, remember , I
being Wednesday me when thou When should parents! Mr. and
comest into we sow the seed?
togsk they cannot be handled for current Issue. /
otherwise I blood.
ipg, kingdom. And Jesus said unto Answer, read-Ecc. 11::6. I i

r, 4e 'him, Verily I say unto thee. Todav! June 1 I Mr. and Mrs ;

gan to accuse him saying We shalt thou be with ma in paradise."1 Stay With the Lord-The Lord visitors to Theressa!

SUNDAY &CUOOLLESSON found this A writer Is with while be I Mr. and Mrs. A. t
fellow perverting the nation says, "It may be that you ye with him;
and our Lord saved one man at the last and if ye seek him, he will be found' and Mrs C. ;.
forbidding to trib-
give moment that of you; but if forsake him be Batten and son and
ute to Caesar none might despair, ye ,
SKE1of saying that he him- and Anna
and only one that will forsake you.-2 Chronicles ,
none :
self U Christ might pre
FOR JUNE 7, 1931 a king. China Grove
ESSON sume." 15: 2.When. ,.
Pilate asked Jesus, "Art thou the '
Mr. D. W. Moore
"And it was about the will God answer us? Answer
sixth hour
Jesus king of the Jews? And he
IppHIW1Rat answer ing business In
: and there read-Isa. 05:24.June .
bject was a darkness over all :
ed Thou sayest it. These him Mr, and Mrs. T. ;
the earth 8
Text: "He was woundedour words by Jesus to the Sanhedrinand was and the
Iden son,
Emery ;
veil of the A Sure Dwelling Place-Trust in
W&S' temple was rent in the
Ill He to Pilate
transgressions were forms then
Mrs. D. W. Moore
midst. This veil in the the Lord and do:good; so shalt
SraN. ed for our iniquities; the chaa- used in place of our words "I am," noon.
rrlena I INES separated the Holy Place from the thou dwell in the' land and verily
ent of our peace was upon or "yes. After talking with Jesus Mr. Earl .
thou shalt be fed.LPsalm'
Most Holy Place Into which 37:i 3. -
and with his stripes we are Pilate said "to the chief priests only to Jacksonville
the When should we seek the Lord?
tLxre high priest could go, and he vfry'
d.Iaa. 535.: and to the people I find no fault : Mr. James
'> won Text: Luke 23 (Print- in this man." Finally, however, Pilate only atonement.once a "This year on the day of Answer, read-June Isa 9 55:6.: -, a, sister, Mrs. John

IDA Drtlon Luke 23:33-46.: ) approved the sentence of rending of the i
veil signified that Mercy Assured-He that cover-
Last Sunday' les- death fixed the Jews no longer were
reduction: by delivered
men to be barred from the presence eth his sins shall not prosper; but Crestview ,
dosed when Jesus was taken Jesus over to them to be cru
of God but who so confesseth and forsaketh
might have access thru acquired
of Annas, the ex-high cified. While the Jews
e house really con them shalt
Jesus Christ"Jesus mercy.-proverbs
Station located
t t, where Peter denied knowing trolled the matter the actual crucifixion d
28 13.Why.
said, "Father into thy : Lake Worth-$ ,
was performed Roman
by hands I should we not be afraid?
commend my spirit. Then ed for widening of
Here were three iriaia or chrhetre soldiers. Then they led Jesua out of
the Roman officer exclaimed "cer Answer, read Isa. 41:10.: """"I way through this
| the Jewish authorities, (1)le the city to be crucified and "also

middle of the night, before two other male-factors * with: tainly How this many was a times righteous did man.Jesus" Man's Appeal June-O 10 Lord, revive "". 'H"A't 1iI1 err y eye the Yukbi wF6ltjtihiwa.'edsrob'W;; !'

a ((2)) also in the night before him to be put to death." bottl..w. ."tltul, the oapeotoio bullt Wlndowinl
speak while on the cross? Learn thy work in the midst of the years l 0 0 : .
and a hastily summoned Then our lesson "And \her; cabins from '
phas begins Habakkpk 3: 3. b ttla ? IT"--Photoia'P": show s wlll fowtlt jthl
:lon of the Sanherdrln and (3)) I when they were come to the place, for yourself and tell some one. How does God expect us to 8dnllJnan'el 1Jll."U---"dML.1I0.2.4.4..i" !! ): !} D.'l'! Ib'*

after sunrise the next day, be-I which Is called Calvary, there they WEEKLY-SERMONETTEThe walk? Answer read-Gen. 17:1.:
the full Sanhedrin, or at least crucified him, and the malefactors, June 11 week here with her parents.

lorum. At these trials our Lord one on the right hand, and the other Mr L. O. and Johnnie Lewis
Words of the Following Jesus Be ye kind ZIFF
condemned on the charge of on the left." The word "calvary"in Master spent last Sunday with their cousin
phemy punishable by death; latin and "Golgotha" In Hebrew Matthew 5:1.: And seeing the one to another, tender-hearted for- Lain Mae Lewis, Car. Mr. Fred Shaw.
multitudes be giving one another, even as God
all the trials were Illegal, forrial both mean "a skull. "Then said went up into a Mrs. F. W. Reynolds and children

''tyTIB I could lawfully be held att Jesus, Father, forgive them; for mountain; and when be was set for Christ's sake.hath forgiven you. Mr. W. J. Johns of Starke, spenta of Graham, spent last Sunday herewith
Eph432.: .
nor could a criminal be con- they: know not what they do." Its his disciples came unto him: while here with his her parents, Mr. and Mrs J.
2. And he his mouth and How can one repolce even during daughter,
[ ned to death on the day of his ; thought Jesus prayed for the opened B. Thomas.
them trials? Answer, read I Peter 4:12: Mrs. J. W. Lewis
taught saying,
W Roman soldiers and also for the Services were held at Rock
its Luke 22:27-71, Jesus admit.he Jews.. 3. Blessed are the poor In spirit: I 13. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Warren church Saturday and Sunday by

was then son of God. "And they parted his raiment for theirs Is the kingdom of heaven. I and children, were visiting Mr. pastor, Elder Anderson. .? v

he en they led Jesus before Pl- and cast lots," because law gave 4. Blessed are they that mourn; I PRESBYTERIAN Warren's parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. Mr and Mrs. Lee Thomas and ti
the Roman Governor for the for they shall be comforted.I sons of Wateroak attended churchat
conation criminal's clothing to the sol R. Warren. Quickly
of the death sentence diers. "And the people stood be- 5. Blessed are the meek: for they Services Sunday, June 7, as' follows Rock Sunday and were dinner

lounced by the Jewish court holding." It was during the Pass shall inherit the earth. : Mrs. Delatha Starling and chil- guests of Mr, and Mrs. Henry Muddy

ibedrln). The Roman govern- over feast and doubtless more thana 6. Blessed are they which do 10 a. M, .Sunday School, J. M. dren of Alachua passed throughour Shaw. Dull ordinary

lee nt t did not permit the Jews to million people were at Jerusalem.An hunger and thirst after righteousness Truby, supt. section Sunday. Mrs. E. Howard of Fairbanksand II blemishes and

llct the death sentence without Immense crowd attended the : for they shall be filled 11 a. m. Morning worship, ser Mr Cecil and Ressle Thomas of daughters, Miss Ellen of Jacksonville are forgotten under

rd man approval. When they ac- i execution. Including the enemies 1, Blessed are the merciful: for mon by the pastor Starke were In olir\ section last I spent. Sunday here with bewitching beauty

ed, Jesus before Pilate of bias- 'and the friends of Jesus, and also they shall obtain mercy. 7 p. m. Christian Endeavor, Wil Monday.We :Mrs. R. B. Thomas dered. Beneficial r

ie ;my on which they had convlct- those Who always go out of curiosity 8.. Blessed are the pure in heart: liam B. Barnes, president Topic, are sorry to report that Mr. I Mr. and Mrs. J. W Lewis were tan,flabbiness,

[Jesus, and made charges of se- for they shall see God. ""The Need for Christian Thoughtfulness W. R. Warren Is on the sick list attending to buolncss In Starke

|Ion against Rome. "And they be- "And the rulers also with them 9. Blessed are the peacemakers: and Kindness." this week. We all hope he will last Saturday.

for they shall be called the children 8 D. m. Evening worship sonar soon recover. Mr. W R. Warren was attendingto

of God. and sermon. Mr. Cason of Starke was" In our business in Waldo last Satur-

Wake Your Liver Bile 10. Blessed are they which are Prayer meeting Wednesday eve section one day last week. day.Mr. WhH. ...... cal'I
Up persecuted for righteousness' sake; ning at 7:30.A : Mr. Willie Wasdln of Grahamwas and Mrs. Crawford and Mr.

for theirs is the kingdom of heaven. cordlal..In"ltaUon| to all our In our section Tuesday.Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Crawford and Mrs.J .

0 I 11. Blessed are ye when men services extended to all.. and Mrs. J. O. Dennison and L. Gasklns of Lawtey, attended NOTICE OP1

-Without Calomel shall revile you, and persecute you ... 0BAPTIST--' sons of Midway were visiting rela- church at Rock church here Sunday Notion I II hereby ;

and shall say all manner of evil I tives In our section last Sundayand rally tie concerned that four

-- against you falsely, for my sake. Monday.Mr. of this nolle, or .. '

id YoaU Jump Out of Bed If ttto Me U sot Bovine freely,year tool 12. Rejoice and he exceeding Sunday school at 10 a. m. A. and Mrs. R. B. Thomas and Ivned a.. w. will may apply be .to

daa't dl3we. It fret iieajn tn l&....... glad: for great Is your reward in Thomas, supt.Worship J'I daughter, Miss Hazel, were visiting A. Z. Adklna, Judge

the Morning Ruin' Go OM bloats up row ......... Tom fcav a heaven: for so persecuted they the at 11 a. m. and 8 p. Mrs. Thomas' mother, Mrs. E. Howard THERESSA ninth' Judicial at Btarke,

ttbk,W tat art yon.kreat|II.....tklaftM prophets which were before you. Mid-week service renewed again of Fairbanks last Sunday.Mrs. 111.... A. l., Sullivan.' Cor. order County authorising' the

Ira: feeler Bad nnk and the breaks ..* h tl mill. .is. Tw aead Prayer: Father give us the spirit on Wednesday at 8 p. m. I W. R. Warren and grand. of Fred Jon e. Alia I
rid looks punk,don't swallow a lot e.krsadr.ahddesa.aleat.T..wkdeeperhpahaa Son the Christ Annie been W. M. and Mr. J. p a minor of three and ;
alb" mineral! maitre of Thy living Are you doing your duty to your: daughter have spend Mr Phillips ot ."*' '
I uJy ec ehswtog water one and ... "I Give us a spirit of meekness! and church and helping to keep up its ing a while with her son, Mr. H. i Dickinson were visitors to Jacksonville MRS J. '
tzpect J. a.
gum nalbtlta.a..4eitIIETDS'eIJ7T7Jti11mtPUJasages i i
humility that we may follow in the service. Warren and Mrs. W. R. Warren. Monday .-I.It.1.a. 1
to '
I ID taste yon .oddtnty sweat ..........abef W footsteps of the blessed Master. O They were called to the bedside of Mr. and Mrs. T. F, Summers and

buoyant and full of nmtimt.r ......f reely a4....yes hd'.p....,. Remember the Sabbath Day to Starke-Messrs. A King and J. her husband Mr W. R. Warren, daughter, Eugenia were weekend NOTICE! OF !

rat they tant do It. They cob t>w ...... tra4teM. laemlaal auntTees -. keep it Holy-Exodus 20:8.: Go to E. Robinson opened bakery in new who has been seriously ill. guests of Mrs. Summers' uncle and TAX I>!

the .bomb end a mere ' .-=Ins-ettgv. .oo0errMadbgh.iQg church Sunday. ly remodeled building west of Mrs. Irvin Brooks and children aunt Mr. and Mrs. W T. Wallace. Notice la hereby

dosnt got U the cm*. ThM .v.sal'Deeett.olD.RwrpOlalelhfpltm'11 Mitchell's Drug Store.' of Winter Haven were visiting her Mr and Mrs. Summer were on their a 1I. ..n assltne..nd'
for werdowaecutfee 1ST,
certificate No.
ag DAILY BIBLE READINGS Jacksonville Meat market In grandparents, Mr., and Mrs. J. W way to their home In Vienna. Ga., suet, A. D. lilli, has j
war BTW. It
should oat two "
poor .U- .
Whiddon Store, 556 Riverside ave. Lewis. after spending the winter at Ovel- tificate In my office
IIIdIGlI.qaI4. bI1elDlo Tourbowt .1'1III ea 0'M .w.llreal s plication for tax deed
June 5 Blount's Mar Mrs. I. W. and
t,. Due, taken over by Dyal daughter, do.Mr. on In accordance
lgkeiat. The Friend or Sinners-Their ket. Marion Lee, of Graham, spent last I W. M. Phillips was a bust- certificate .embrace
d."rlb.d. Pro"erty. .
] ford county, Florida
DARNIT Comment at Norii
DOROTHY By Charles McMamis"THE Northeast. qtiartfr
quarter and run Eat
10 rod. West SO rod.
to b" lnnln-. Section
7 OeN-r DE FoOUlh I AfIS South Jtanii 21 Bunt].
To 7ME
OF You p The of
WHERE/ ARE J R OEf SHOP OtTTtR Co To I r under the said c tI .

You Gokl'I A SHOP THAT PAPA, OONTOO / REMEMOtti R6 In Cnleni the name said of. ..."

PAPq': HA MEM D ilsl THERE wHAYJtATPp deemed. accnrdlnsr to
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will Uu thrnn i
RARf3ER3: ry pISO LAD of tune, A. D. 1111.
limed this 13rd day
I'M TELLS/J' LA h 1M1'

You Now SAMSCtJ. Clerk O. W.

ERS / Bradford

j .29-Kt-l'3: .

r NOTICE' OF ,' i

t Notice I I. hereby .
... r day* after data .
1 'the 11th day of June,
1 derelsned guardian'
Hrown. Cordelia. ,
Hrown Jr., Minor
Brown deceased will
Hon. Oeo. A. ( '
S. of Bradford County, '
1 order to sell at .....
fourth undivided
aid minor' In and ,
described land. 1)'ln.
R Bradford County, ..
rcne. The West-Twelve i

- -- 1 the North Half of
nuartar of the '
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__ Ittla day of._. .

iJ i1i11rt CoaA COSMETIC'S eAUN f PARLOR / ..YEAINJUTtIAIM C-lt-St'-2.

q,1 TaY MY LAT3T E1)UCIHG METODr. DEEi flO/ZeA.k4/ &uTHfrz'1 LOde4 AT '1M! HOTIdl' or .

MAIM STREETS/ +,.,: (Tw.S 3Oe rooT 'PfL"f Tb ,..e 81"A" SuRETY RUSH TO DE Persona wUaln to
bus route In
MEDIUM' "" .A'T f4Ui&yf COMFPAATetl04 the term of lttl-3
/ bid with the
sore GOT A ACE MOOS. POeTOpyICL, etrurtlon up to
LADYjatHTIFIEDMvsrrowius GETTIM'u' NC'wITrt / MY WAY P / MOHESTOMC3 Tueeday blda will b. let

I 1 R IAT CROtJD I///// e f, Information
T.lf II AHEAD Oi d UMCLAIMttD route. can be had at
fAT urn d
t1 I "*..
apr4RED 6N MAIN crant 1 L041 Tt1 lJ9 / //// f f' FRED 'WOIFEl 833ltll A : : y
) AS A 9ANDWKM HAM k IgHe r "m u.N // j/ / / 0. G. WNIIIIGIM9
iVTQ'fOME\ w3IIAp9TTo' A NOTICB' or riWAE"
k'1'iOW, SHE to. HOT //\ / ; J tYSTgN6ElT. -

lVi SPYING I IK \y / m n Not** I I. hereby *
Vcr OIL, ..OD / ON f'NEAVfiM g day after date .
ScArIDAI, BUT API 4 -rNAKHS f the 32nd day of July t
4tvEQTj'I/'tG l MEDIUM MA1L dirnlaTied t '
THE o of Hlphn I>lK-e, ..
UJAL E4ury 4HOP. ant my voucher and
AHD to the Honorable O.o.
lY county judv
CE;ULT<. 2 Florida I and oak for
w and my; dlicharce a.

I Ns iI1M.-: I'II-tt'T'17 TINa 2Jnd day of "} ; j


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the water. A few minutes later, store for this feature of the straw- to an inferior grade'of berries go- ENOcn

Bradford County TelegraphEstablished feeling something butting against berry business ,,for; another year Ing into them earlier in the-season Gnlf11

l From Other PensIn I his elbow, ho looked around and Reports from up the country are to from other cold'' pack plants" In the Enoch Grifis yew
1877 there was the moccaslon with an- the effect that Florida strawberries lower part of the stats. died early Monday

other frog." : have not in the past proven especially The Telegraph continues: "Op Platnesville. Ga. rnofltlncIt
Published Weekly on Fridays and Entered as Second Class these days they start dyeing --or-- desirable, with one or two erators of the local plant were unwilling relatives, death the hOIlle
Feel If exceptions. This is not as It shouldbe. to go any further with few minutes COming "Ithla
r Matter at the Post Office at Starke, Florida young Starke Telegraph. And "Fish and after
they keep dyeing until they die.- (Kelllhec. (Mlpn.) Forum) It Is a fact that Florida straw- packing fruit here, owing to the with a heart attack being 1tr1tk

E. S. Matthews ___________________ Owner and Publisher New Port RIchey Press. At this time. (the year fishing berries, put up under proper super- sentiment thus aroused among left Lawtey last Thursday u ,

_____.. Managing Editor be favorite pastime In vision or Inspection, are just as buyer, against the Florida product cation of ant
J. C. Robinson _______________ : o seems to /a several wecfe7
Extra session talk won't stay leisure hours. "Jt,Is all weD ando good or perhaps just a little better;' in Georgia and Tennessee u6!"
RATE down.-Starke Telegraph. Just 80 No other than those from other sections, one. Thus Starke growers suffer fora seated at the breakfast M
SUBSCRIPTION long as It remains talk, most of us e the delight trd.. season and another. The principal piece of marketing folly committed day morning when 'I

Yearly, $1.50; Six Months, 75c-Payable in Advance probably will be able to stand It.- Fishing. brings a man closer to nature -i trouble in the past'haa been that some distance away, but still The body arrived stricken.
Advertising Rates on Application Bronson Journal. and his God than any other berries have been put up in a slip- in Florida, which proves that the Tuesday night and funeral at La
--- 'means of recreation. I shod manner in Florida with, the problem of better marketing of were held at the home

RE'' - This la a dry country but the As James Oliver curwooa late result that the Florida cold pack Florida products belongs to the entire afternoon, two o'clock, l In wednay

Tax books close June 15th. public Is still being soaked.-Starke internationally known author of berry has been given a black/ eye, atat, I Rev. H. V. Skinner ntTDn',__
a ., Telegraph. If you think this a dry outdoor stores once wrote: so to speak. This could be avoided The strawberry crop of Florida Interment followed- - at-- CrosbJ
41 o .-. who we believe, if governmental Inspection furnishes a striking lesson' in
country you're all wet.-New Port "The world loves the man poor I cemetery and was
We'll ave that extra session. RIchey Press. loves to fish. You don't find him of the packed product as It marketing methods. Florida Is the hundreds from the enUre attend
--o--- in JaiL You d01 't find him in the I goes Into the can or barrel Is established only state that adheres to the practice Mr. Griff is btll)

: E a Florida needs more owners of hospital. You don't find him dyIng and enforced. Some move of top-dressing strawberry widow, two daughters survived,

All the cracked nuts are not in the movies. farms and less renters.-Starke young. He is the man, who should be taken to insure this for baskets. This Is the system of Wooten and Mrs. F. R.Mrs Ca w,S

Telegraph. But even at that what without flaunting his religion from another year. The successful\ pack- carefully laying a covering of the and,two sons, Arthur and
Incentive is there in owning prop. the housetops, sees God forever in ing of strawberries in Plant City largest and finest berries over the He was one of the AltOll\J,

June brides follow right on the heels of the graduates. erty when it costs so much to keepIt the blue skies, in the forests, in the each year should ba worth closeto top of the basket, while those underneath Bradford county, having pioneers

up?-Bronson Journal.In I glimmer of the 'stars and the risingof a hundred thousand dollars to are considerably under citizen of the Lawtey bee
y. o 0 the .m.oon"1n everything thatis the growers of this section. If slip the grade of the top layer. The 40 years. section

Would it be unkind to say Tallahoochee is fullibluster? case gas tax goes too high, a' part' of his beloved streams shod methods here or elsewhere In final consumer takes the view that Among those attending
1 ., try burning kerosene. Starke and lakes Fiuhiag,is not'only a thai state are to continue to hurt this is a form of market deception, neral Wednesday from out the t..
0 Telegraph. Then you will be willing pastime'which'tnaa: ban treated for the market for this Florida prod- and shows resentment by refusing I were Mr. Hamby of BunswicKCi of to
u Putnam county has Florida's' first and only woman judge. to burn gas no matter how himself. ,It, Is'the"' 'eatest char- uct, local growers and this com- to buy Florida berries) after those Mrs. H. V. Skipper of

t9d o much more it costs.-Bronson acter building activity under the munity will suffer accordingly from other states and not so packed ville; Mrs Ruth King of Jack Jackw.

An enabling act by the legislature is needed for taxpayers Journal. sun for human hearts, and souls. through the inability to sell a lot reach the market. This is the I vllle, W. M. Bray, Mr. and Mrs*
-o- i It is the man who loves at fish who of ripe fruit which cannot go on reason the market ends abruptly, M. Bray of Bunnell.
To stay kissable will require helps to keep the world at its best, the local yard or which may come and a considerable amount .of the .

_ n more than the use of a certain who is the greatest fighter for_its in at the end of the shipping season season's production must remainin GEO. W. 8NELLGROVI-
brand of cigarettes.-Starke Tele- beauties and Its ideals, ana aU Because Plant City and all Florida the fields as a total loss., -
i Georgia wants to start a war, using license tags for am- graph. Tell us. Most of us men he has come to realize and strawberry producing 8e'torsshould No producer can afford to overlook George W. Snellgrove, foJ

r! munition. folks would like to know how to understand the glorious thrill of i see to it that some official the fact that the consumer Is resident of Starke, died at hlanea

:' stay that way.-Bronson Journal. that intimate contact with nature Inspection for their own protectionor I the determining factor and that In Macon, Ga., Wednesday of
o -
--O---- which one finds when he has a rod rather the protection Of their any practice that has an unfavor- week and funeral services
Hell has been officially barred from the radio but staticis If Senator Johns' bill to have the in hand." product and an Industry be estab-' able effect upon the consumer always held on Friday from the home it e,

still] allowed. legislature meet every ten years ,---.o---- lished by another season. reacts against the producer. Snellgrove was 59 years of age m
came to a vote Tallahassee would Completion of a Link In An Important --o-- California has learned this lesson, before suffering a stroke of
... .. . party!
o certainly have to look to the tourists Highway A :Moses Is Found and Florida has got to learn it sis four years ago was active i

Georgia paper says that state has an abundance of wild for buslness.-Lake City Reporter (Gainesville Dally Sun.) Why beat about the bush? Masonic work. For several yen

life. So has Florida. Special exercises will this morn- (Palatka Daily News.) No state grows finer strawberries he was engaged in business t
-o- ing mark the formal opening and There has long been a clamor in than Florida, and sound trade Starke, at one time operation

( o Florida berries In quarts are outselling dedication, of a substantial con- Florida for a Moses to come for- practices will keep them on the crate factory In the northern

Now the cigarette manufacturers are striving to make Louisiana pints. Starke crete bridge recently completed under ward and lead the, state out of the market in competition with any of town. pu
Telegraph. And Florida quarts contract with the state road financial morass that followed the other section. Surviving him are three daugfi

.the public apple'conscious.. not in berries are outselling pints, department,' spanning .the New collapse of the real estate boom. i It has has been privately stated ten, Mrs. E. E. Shaw/ of Galon

u It Is rumored.-New Port RIchey River on state road.No.,28 on the The News, cognizant of the pull- that the Hastings potato market vllle, Mrs. O. G. Cooper of Maca
i Pres&n. border line,between Bradford and ing power of its classified columns, was broken because of a large shipment Ga., and Mrs. J. P. Creenwaj
The big counties had their inning at the session two years ..--...-.-- Union counties.&? has at times considered the ad- Inferior quality, which so Wellington, Kansas.BROWNLEE .

g ago, but that's ancient history. Columbia county's senatoX...has This state highway is a cross- visability of using a, want ad as discredited the Florida notatoea -
-o championed the cause of the auto- state route that has Its northwestern the means of locating this missing I that no recovery was possible in J WINS HONOR

mobllo owner, in proposing a limitof terminus. at;Watertown, Just leader. time to save the growers from
California woman won in the state pistol shoot, and her five cents tax on gasoline. ''- east of Lake City"and its present Occasions make men, however, losses James William Brownlee, SOD i

husband is staying home nights. Starke Telegraph. ,A champion is southeastern terminus: at Flora- and Senator Johns seems to have These deplorable blunders, which Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Brownlee
a man who gets there on his own home in Putnam county. Presently qualified and the necessity for.fur- cost the state heavily in money and Starke, graduating last week fra

-0 ability.-Lake City Reporter the road will- be complete thru ther ado is at an end. market prestige, would not occur the Atlanta-Southern Dental C
Since pajamas! have become the rage, it may be possiblefor -1 -' --O- to Palatka and East Palatka thru The gentleman from Bradfordhas If the business interests of the state lege, Atlanta Ga., was one of t

flappers to strike their own matches. Most of those marrying young San Mateo to a junction with state introduced a bill in the senate would recognize and act upon the students awarded the golden ktjj

.i find that making money is harder road No. 4, the East Coast highway providing that legislative sessions Importance of establishing a bet-' the emblem of the Omicron Kapfl
a shall be held
than love.-Starke I only once In ten years. ter public understanding of farm Upsilon honor dental fraternity
making Tele-
4 If anything extra comes not from the present session, rraph. While many 'of the older : and ,eastward at Bunnell another in :Flagler ten miles county to That far he made a perfect score, practices and marketing methods Fifty-four seniors received the doctor

perhaps it will in the extraordinary session. birds don't have much trouble in Flagler Beach on the ,Atlantic although he allowed his foot to slip -raise the standard of productionand of dental surgery degree at tt|
when he authorized
. o making money, but when they try coast.. ", the governorto maintain high grades. It does graduation exercises, and six itu
the love call special sessions. If he will not pay to break faith dents with the
game, cupid Just laughs with the highest. genera
One of the unsolved mysteries, of today is how a woman and laughs.-Bronson Journal.o It will be sen that. this highwayIs eliminate that provision, we feel consumer In quality or grades. average were awarded the gel
destined take
Iran find what she is looking for in her purse .-- i care a vast confident that the electorate will Food production is Florida'sgreatest key.
amount of.traffic, [tgth through and rise up and erect a tablet near the .

k .._.-.-o Reno because is doing) the a customers flourishing' pickeda business local aa It will put pit some fortyor site of his law office at Starke, or only immediate potential hope resource for reestablishing and the- Miami Beach-= Building permit

The bass drummer has it over other musicians, in that mate with less care than they more to be miles followed,of route, now necessary in some other equally appropriateway land values on'a basis of issued In this city first five mon
) by those travelIng evince Its Per-
of .
would use in selecting a earning power. So long as this year $497,927.NOTICE
he make the most noise new car.- .
can with the least
practice. up and down the East Coast haps he might be drafted as a can- state
Starke ignores this
Telegraph. Well, why fuss fundamental of
o at that. Most of 'em are as gladto and then using State Road No. 1, didate for governor, thereby eliminating Its own business development and
the Old Spanish, Trail which the confusion incident to falls OF SALEIn
Jacksonville citizens pay the puce as the lawyers are to take definite and sensible
are speculating whether the
to stretches across the northern tier picking a chief executive from action to
handle the divorce improve this
L new postoff Ice will be supplied with a new supply of pens SOD Journal. cases.-Bron- of counties between Jacksonvilleand among the score or so of passiveand just that long are we opportunity failing to County Judge's Court Brad
Pensacola. active aspirants. attend to ford County, Florida, Arthur Brj-
our most
s Under the o Alachua countyIs; Interested in There Is no'doubt but that what I ness. important busl- mer. Plaintiff vs. A. B. Green, defendant
& The legislature seemingly values commercial fishermen bill head of luxuries, a I this highway in connection with ails Florida is too much law-mak .
I tax
proposing a on such lists o
more than the tourists, in not prohibiting sale of black bass. such as tobaccos, ammunition, possible linking ,up :with paved ing. Every two years business Is BirthsMr. Take notice that on uonoa
disturbed, the taxpayers June 8th, 1931, during the lepl
I roads contcating the route at Lake are frenzied -
o cards and malt By no meant ,and Mrs. M. to UK
Butler and and the gasoline consumers A. Lewis, hours of sale I shall sell
Perhaps you have noticed that people never start giving from should the caps luxury and list.corks-Starke be omitted Tele- perhaps) elsewhere. 1 1o I flabbergasted by the assemblage at Starke Mr. and, son, May 80th. highest and best bidder for cut
I Tallahassee of Carl Thornton,,Wa-' Chevrolet 'Sedan, engine number
good advice until they reach the they cannot set bad graph. Just a few weeks Questions Oeorgraphy a menacing body teroak
age a now, that at best can be depended daughter, May 28th. 1315995, at the south door of U
and they can Include watermelons. (Author U known.) uponto Mr.
example. do nothing more substantialthan and Mrs. Clayton Strick- courthouse at Starke, Brad!

o .. i Clermont Press Who knows which' create additional offices. But land, Starke, daughter. May 31st. County Florida, under order *
D way did Mon- Mr.. .
for the 1929 session, for instance, and Mrs. Robert Carter, Geo:: A. Gardiner, County Judge<
According to an exchange the woman who cannot put As the time draws near for the tauk point t ,_ the state would not be bothered Highland, daughter,,June 1st. Bradford County Florida.W .

the car in a ten-foot garage gets her. revenge when hubby legislative session to close, let's not How much did Sandy Hook? with a surplus of circuit Judges C J. EPPERSON,
be too critical 4mtll the gavel descends How did the first Long Island Kissimmee Second FloridiD.
*'7 tries to thread a needle. .and state's attorneys One little annual Os- Sheriff Bradford County,.
after the midnight hour Sound? ceola county
on demonstration
"-a ,Rose
: county would not be to Knight,
he last And who Out-Look. trying get Show held
o day. The legislature did Point( ?, here.
: Plaintiff. J
along with, a. circuit, judge and Attorney for !
should be judged by what it accom- When did the Schuyllklll one?
College bred losers in the recent, cigarette contest won any I without a court house.; That same
pUshes, not by the flood of,freak Of what was Del-aware 1IIow session
u' by a milkman will probably, give as the reason the milkman's tills that are being introduced in many points, did Winnipeg schools also practically voted into the public bank-

habit of "walking a mile" both houses. If it doesn't accomplish How,much had she to spare? ruptcy. It authorized expendituresthat -
everything that has been
4 't
o were so magniflcient, as com-
hoped for, the blame will not rest When,were the Sollly Isle insane? with 3
t It's no joking matter when the legislature is in session, entirely on Its membership, who And who was Merrt-mae? number of the income wealthier that taxpayers quite a

l and that Is probably the reason one of the state magazines have been badgered, and bedeviledon What made the Guadiqulver so? surrendered and took up fishing

; omitted its usual joke department from the every side by lobbyists representing How much did Fond du Lac ? for a livelihood.Of .
current issue. selfish
ti interests both public And. what oh what, did Behrlng course, the fault is not the ..
o and private.-Ocala Star Sea?
Responsibility should
Catta says he is out of politics forever and is trying to Tired Woman's u What made the Dead Sea diet be charged directly back to the

f make a living selling fertilizer. If the Mere lies Epltah Who caused peon old Magellan's people, since they persist in electIng
former governor can an old woman who al- Straits? hand-shakers and politicians to

get fertilizer customers as easily as he secured votes, he'll ways was tired Who was It knocked Shanghai? office Instead of business men and
f not have to work long. For she lived in a house where statesmen There are exceptionsto .

help wan't hired What kind ot man 'did Syracuse T this rule, or Senator Johns ,
_ a Her last words on earth were 'Dear How much' did 'Buffalo? would not be there'now to suggest

Bradford county 'was distinctly honored Monday by the Where friends cookln I am going.ain't done What navigator-made Cape Clear practical relief. But the exceptionsare
selection of Senator Johns ,, ;And:where doW bld Glasgow?. not so numerous as to justify
as president of the senate, and as churnln', nor, sewin _,. .
rF presiding officer! ,of the 1933 session, Bradford's senator will ril be there where loud anthems" Who What sold golfer the eg wdre'CahoesT#'tbat-:Adelaide T : these.If the biennial law-makers gatherings.must get acquainted DOLLAR CHASERS

;Y fill the position with dignity. will havin'always be ringin'But What;victories first gave Ben-gal? with the lobbyists, let ,
no voice I'll get rid '
t Has Marblehead a nose? them hold reunions or flab. frys, or
: ... 0 of the; slngln'. something.The 4
And everything there'U,be'just to
Residents of counties'whose hunting and fishing have my wishes And say, to whom' did Kennebeo o Europeans sometimes of

, been closed for a period of years cannot do their hunting and For where they don't eat. there'sno And who did Amsterdam? Tragedy(Jacksonville of Market Journal.Blunders being dollar accuse us
Just they
washln' of wishes. how much was Leavenworth? ) Chasers. What
,fishing In open counties, thus spoiling the plans of some"statesmen" Don't mourn for me now, nor Has Jcll-et some lamb? A little more than two weeks jdo not understand is that underlying

to preserve their own game while stripping mourn for me ever Did Cedar Keys unlock a door? ago there was started up at Starke, America's -
MAKE money
other counties. For rm going to do nothing forever How heavy did Gal way? a strawberry cold pack plant.,The urge to
and ever.selected.. How often did the Chilkoot Pass? r management expected to buy'&J1d .is the desire for security that
What pack; half a million pounds of
o legs has Table Bay,?, goes with HAVING money.
strawberries that have hr.tnfr.
Wauchula Advocate says a school in Hardee county was Now Ton Ten One --- -------

refused state rating because it hasn't "symmetrical side- (Arcadia Arcadian.) Who guaranteed l Nantucket year been plowed because under of the the ground each $1.
abrupt termination We/nviteYou
This flab Sound?
story handed in
- walks. If pupils of that school can spell "symmetrical" they : of the market for Florida Opens
c "A fisherman was casting in one slept In pen b cot? I berries. ..,'
; can do more than many graduates from state-rated symmet- of our streams, using small frogs How many hides 'did Yucatan t four cents Farmers a pound were net and receiving A We getquite a thrill out of being
the returns
t for bait. He What fire Colon
rical-sidewalked schools. was having good luck hM) got? from this BANK the
new market source financial custodian of many
but got down to his last frog and Did Turkey ever run to Greece?.
o when he attempted to put the frogon Is Brazil .t fJ'l&Y',! labor probably cost would for the have entire equalled the ACCOUNT hundreds of "dollar'chasers.." J'

Out of the present wrangle in the legislature over the the hook he stuck the hook In Who did a game of Tennessee? the Starke section. The Journal crop In Here you do not already bank with us

i gas tax division should come some plan that would be fair frog his finger in the which water.made A large him moccasin lose the: And who Publishers Rhode Island,", pray? its elation over the ,fine expressed we extend a cordial invitation to

.to all counties large and small. The of divisionis Auxiliary.Inspection prospects: and the tine example. .
present plan swimming near by caught the frog, ---o- Now the plant has come In and open an account.
not fair to the small counties bonding to build highways and the fisherman ,wanting one Needed after packing only 150.000 been closed
connecting the more populous sections. Bradford county, for back more cast. caught the moccasin (Plant City Courier.) :as reported In the current .issue of The
of the
neck and made him While BANK'of
present of cold STARKEAN
rt Instance put a fortune in highways and season the Bradford County Telegraph,
today, these roads are spit out the frog. The fisherman packing: of strawberries Is now which quotes the: '

.;j) benefiting more business interests and citizens of Duval poured from his flask into thesnake's practically: closed in this particular explaining that manufacturer management who as HONOR ROLL BANK

(,ir t 'county than they are in Bradford. mouth two big drinks of section it Is not too early or too buy the product of the cold pack E. S. Matthews Pres. .
II}' brandy and put the snake back into late to consider what, may be in "'ha e curtaJCed their orders, due ,R. J'. Davis CashierrAGE

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