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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 12, 1931
Frequency: weekly
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Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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I STARKE. FLORIDA. FRIDAY ohJ'NI11Z..19S1, NUMBER FIFTYrTWOA.FORMS i ''L

BRADFORD GIRLS


ATTENDING SHORT COURSE i-H [Rambling Notes and Reminiscences 11 11By 1 Last Week In NEW BE GOOD LICENSES FOR YEAR'TO RATTLETRAP


LOCAL LINK The Legislature FROM ISSUE DATE RACESTODAY
The annual state 4-H Short -

Course Is being held at the State ( H. E. LAGERGREN.) of land, such work without ceasing New fishing licenses have been

National Organization College for Women at Talalhasseethis "Starke You by men, women and children was received at the office of County

of to Bradford week. jerkwater town there mean in that Bradford little never seen before; slaves under (By Florida Press Association Judge Ceo. A. Gardiner, Courtesy Service: Station SponsorIng -

Available Then girls from Bradford and. county ? Well drivers could not have done better Correspondent.) A change has been made in favor The Race of the Century
-er-bm-let's ;
!Motorists Union counties left Friday mornIng I change the subject." than these free men and their fam- The call for a special session, of the fisherman this year, according -

to attend the short course. The i ilies. Many farmers asserted thatif with message from. the governorand to the judge. His license If you have noticed an unusual ''

,gh, SII active campaign be- girls were chaperoned by Miss Mel-' "Starke, In Bradford county T they worked in such a mannerall his statement of Sunday, together will hereafter read "good for 12 activity among young owners of

peered in Starke at the rose Jordan.It 'I We-11, it seems to be Improving." the time, they would soon get with the overriding by the months from date of Issuance.. old Model T Fords, commonly referred -

fume under the direction of was through the courtesy of "Starke It Is in Bradford county rich; but when the spur .was no house of the vetoed racing bill and Previously licenses have been good to as "rattletraps" the last
I for the A. A. A., ; decent town; would as soon live longer felt the old only to the end of the current fiscal
Brown the county board of commissioners, leisurely ways the clearing of Comptroller Amos few days, it Is because of announcement _
I will take Its place as ant the school board, Woman's Club, there aa anywhere. were resumed. of Impeachment charges, providethe year, June 1, but coat the same, by the Courtesy Service -

link in the nation-wide and Hon. R. A. Green that it was "Starke Why. It Is the county No town In Florida has attained body of news Interest from Tallahassee and one purchased in May would Station of a "race" to be held l

of the 'AmericaaAuto- made 'possblle ''for these girls to seat of Bradford county; good, solid growth until the leading men or this week. entitle the holder to fish/ only dur- this afternoon. The one lucky z

Association: a National. represent their counties. The girls little city; no flies in It." I conditions to give It'a start and An extra session had been antici- ing that month, when he must pro- enough to manage to get his flivver

Iflt civic organization will return Saturday. The writer Is an oldtlmer. Cameto nurse it along, until the leading pated for several weeks, the only cure another. Intact twice around the course !1

ga result of arangements Those attending the short course Starke before the two fighting strings could be discarded. Some question being that of when It The licenses sell for the same will be presented with a brand new

I are being made by Mr. are as follows: Annie'Laura Tucker little bulls pulled down the smokestack have had wealthy men to boost would be called. A group of legislators price, however, being $&.25, and Diamond tire and tube, and In

Bat the present time the full Margaret Dodd, Margaret Pre- of the power house; before them along; for Instance, what was had desired a ten days' recess are good for fishing In any county many cases the prize will be worth C;

i of the national organlza-' vatt, Lois Moore, Lucille Douglas, the time when a portion of Thompson -, St. Augustine, the oldest place In for the purpose of ample consideration in the state.Resident more than the racer.

jl be available to motorists Doris Meade, Retha Dukes Josie street was washed away because the country, before the advent of of measures awaiting action. fishermen may do their Owners of cars to be entered are

Kord and surrounding coun- Shaw and Ella Mae Strickland. a bed quilt had choked up a! Flagter Other towns have enjoyed Others Imagined It would be fishing in Bradford county without busily engaged "tuning up" their {

Negotlatlons have already box culvert; nay, he was here In fine transportation facilities, or better to hold over until fall but obtaining a license, but must pro- engines in an effort! to get more' ,,1

pleted by the affiliation, STRAWBERRY VIEW : time to assist at the birth of the beautiful scenery making them when the final week began without cure one to fish In any other county than two cylinders In firing condition

1UW.'J Garage as the offl- SHOWS INCREASING Telegraph In 1877 and congratulateIts ideal tourist resorts; some were any evidence of the appropriations ,, Judge Gardiner stated. and Increase their speed more

I A. A. station so that this I INTEREST ON FARM progenitor, Col. W. W. Moore, developed out of the phosphate in- bill being passed an Immed- than ten miles an hour. To curtail

becomes one of more thanusand upon the looks of the youngster, dustry, others were the special petsof iate, or .almost Immediate, extraordinary Five Charged With any ambitions some might have to

service stations afwith Columbia County Now Looks To who weighed ten pounds and hada transportation companies, and session was assured. Theft Auto Accessories exceed that speed, rules of the race

i the American Auto-; Strawberry Industry, According full set of teeth. Our work muchof so on. Starke Is over 70 years old The racing bill came up Thurs- provide that only three spark plugs

[ A&goclatlon Clubs throughUnited to Colonel Cone the time baa compelled us to and still small; why It'' bas had day morning and was held over until may be used, no cut-downs, high. r ,

States who render, take note of the progress of Starke no striking attractions; no capitalist afternoon the house taking up With the arrest of Maxie Hart speed gears, short-coupled or any I

-:!Icy road service not only to: A nucleous of a future strawberry and Bradford county, the characteristics has deigned to look at us as the charges of impeachment and four boys, residents of Duval car In such condition as to be above

lumbers, but also to mem-:' business has been formed of the people and to see yet; no mineral mines exist, and It brought against Comptroller Amos county, in Jacksonville last Thurs- the .rattle-trap class can be enter-' :

ff affiliated clubs from all the small farmers in and among about !what bouquets and brickbats were has certainly never been the pet of by Rep. Tom Watson of Hillsbor- day by detectives working from ed. In short, as "Red" Montelth,

le united States and Canada.I Lake City and It seems probablethat flung at us. The Initial paragraphsof any transportation copapony. But ough county. The latter sought to the sheriff's office, parts stripped proprietor of the station, says it is r

Irgency, road service which: about ten acres will be set this sketch are supposed to be still It is very mu'ch alive-that have his fourteen charges substan- Wednesday night from a Ford car to be a race of the wrecks-cars

[ered free to A. A. A. mem-: this summer. somebody's answers to somebody's same old Starke that was once tiated by the house and the matter belonging to E. F. Conway of with such motive power that even

\ one of the most Importantof I The berry business has attracted questions-the first during 1880, viewed with dismay and later as a turned over to the senate for fur- Starke where it was parked In Henry Ford would stop in the V

the A. A A organlza- a great deal of interest due to the second during 1890, the third joke. How many places in the ther action. The committee who Quigley& Davis' lumber yard were street to give a push in hopes of It

jd as pointed out by Mr. I the high success attending the in- in 1910 and the.last during 1931. state, we ask, could have thus been investigated the charges offered a recovered. Hart was ringleader of rolling completely out of sight. 9 '

I, last year A. A. A. clubs red -I dustry In the of Starke and It may be noted that it was known scorned and starved and still exist T statement wherein the comptroller the gang which had been operatingover The races will start promptly at

to one million calls from I Lawtey. vicinity Mile Branch and that Starke was in Bradford county In bygone days there were many, .was cleared on each count. On a considerable territory out four o'clock from the Courtesy
Ira for roadside service. The Along -Just as it Is known that Jackson many Florida towns that were motion of chairman, Representative from Jacksonville, and he with Wil- I Service Station. Cars will go south

Jency road service of the or-I extending over a broad territoryInto Kentucky, is in Breathitt county praised in the papers and marked Roblneau- the house clearedMr. lie and Clayton Bohannan Leon to Call street, down Call to Church"'
and I
east of Watertown is
Itlon includes such items aaIt some of the best landsto , and vice-versa. For neither with flat letters on the maps, while Amos of the first charge, by a 'I' Johns and F, H. Taylor were ar- to Tenth, Tenth across to Templeand i

service, towing service, be found strawberry Starke nor Its county were quite "Stark Station" only In microscopic vote of 81 to 2. At the suggestion rested at Hart's garage on the old back to starting point completing
Jug of tires, delivery of gaso- in Florida. The present free from a suspicion of being letters-but where are they now? of Mr. Watson, and for the purpose I Gainesville road leading out from this circle twice. One entrant '

|II and parts, and the adjust- campaign Is being waged naughty. Yet naughtiness often Not on the maps and never men- of saving the time of the house, the Maxville. will be started at a time and

I minor( mechanical dlfflcul- among the residents of that general comes from a super-ab\indance of tioned, for they did not have stamina same vote was permitted to be cast Night Officer Thornton went to a record of the minutes consumed '

section. animal spirits, which may be madeto their constitutions were weak at one time, covering the remaining Jacksonville Saturday and assisted in completing the run will be made.

ddltlon to emergency road The plan as announced Is not to work for good if turned Into the. and they petered out. Starke has thirteen charges. All fourteen had In locating the parts stripped from Rules governing the race have
rely on local markets which has In
i, members of the A. A. A. right channels. mighty neighbors both on the to do with closing of banks In Conway's car. The same gang also been anounced as follows: f
lulled! to various other direct the past been the.bane of the In- In 1903 Washington sent a scientist north and south, who have triedto HlU borough county. secured chickens and potatoes froma Age limit to drivers, 20 years M.

1 benefits, such as legal ser- dustry, but to arrange to make to Starke to ascertain the sap our economic life blood; but Afternoon and came the dawnof Rev. Garrett on road 13 and Du Cars to be entered must be taken '

i minor cases, theft protecapa dally shipments from the fields here amount of terrestrial magnetism still we are doing .business at the a new era in Florida. After val county officers connected them to the station before 12 o'clock today .

tour books and touring to the strawberry mart at Starke. found here and other revelant matters same old stand. nearly two hours of preliminary with robberies at Maxvllle and I to see if they are eligible to

tlon and a.personalauto- Because that section has some several .. .expressed much surpriseover Until 1890 Stark*"affairs were a skirmishing, the roll was called on Baldwin recently. The live will be enter.

> accident insurance which Is thousand acres In the fruit;the the great magnetic intensity mass of confusion, and the historyof the attempt to carry the pari-mu- returned to this county to face One driver and one mechanic allowed '
from the
buyers eastern markets
|by the association as a part found, for its was of uncommon the town was an economic unit tuel racing bill over the governor'sveto. charges as soon as Duval county to each car.
i membership. have concentrated there. With road magnitude. It Is easy to .believe may be said to begin that year. At Proponents of the measure courts finish with them. Local officers Car taking over thirty minutes;
28 now completed to that point it that this magnestlsm of the earth had campaigned moat and believe this gang are responsible to make one lap will be officially
e i trom the personal feature will be an matter for the that time the orange Industry was carefully ruled out. t i
easy has an influence upon the people growing! skillfully. Realizing they could for the many robberies committed -
i A. A. A. clubs their work flourishing, strawberry '
of this section to send
aU of the motorists In the growers and that extra vitality Is Imbibed had taken a firm hold, exhorbltant' not depend on a sufficient! number in this section during the Cars must come in on their pow i
their dally gatherings down by the'drinking water the food of past few months, owners of chick- er-no pushing or towing.
geld U not only from prices for goods were no longer votes to override the veto, pairing
recognized truck, co-operatively, each morn- soil and the ens being the heaviest sufferers.! Three spark plugs limit to each' r
rids but throughout North plants grown on the charged, a bank had been established of votes was resorted to in a engine. t
ing.Col. very air. the town had been cleverly diplomatic manner. Seven S i '
( regu-
can continent. Founded InS
(
Fred Cone has been father- LEAVE FOR C. M. T. C. First prize will be a Diamond
i A. A. A. has consistently It has been claimed that Americans larly laid out with streets and pairs were arranged, with seven '
Ing the movement, has made sever- tire and tube. For the one coming.
Settlers from states men not in the room and the other
blocks.
the battle for fair and and their country lack indi-
al addresses on the subject at gath- Seven young men of this section In second five galons of gas and
sides
not north of us had started farms and of the pairs present and announcing -
ble statement ta
| legislation and reason- This
viduality.
erings of prospective growers and left Thursday morning for Fort! one quart of oil will be given.
atlon and street and highIn has secured several delegations of borne out by facts, for some of the were real ing roofs and gathering led the fact they were coup- Screven, near Savannah, Ga., for a }
In behalf of the motor- local farmers to Starke on trips of states, and even some counties, fruit Starke had then more dwellings with men who would have Voted month's training at the Citizen's J. W. ALVAREZ BUItEIO AT
bile. show marked individuality. Brad- than It has now and there on the other side had they beenIn CROSBY
Inquiry and observation. Straw- Military Training Camp. They are
|outlined by Mr. Brown one ford county does, to be sure. Slave were a sash and blinds factory the room. As paired votes do -
berries, where the land Is for proper '' Bob Frink and Jack Bradley of ----
not
i Important activities of the character, is one of the most worked plantations were so 'few sawmill, orange packing house, count, that left 81' regular Raiford, Wilson Hayes, Lester Funeral services for Mr. J. W. ?
f\ Division Is till the class denominated carriage factory, livery stable, race votes, with 54 needed for the constitutional -
of the A. A. A. profitable crops that can be grown, here Price Robinson and Theodore Alvarez, life-long citizen of Starke ;
motion of tourist travel in- according to Colonel Cone. The in- "poor whites" In localities where track, skating rink. On the block two-thirds the bill Young of Starke, Bill Wainwright who died suddenly Wednesday afternoon .
<1 I out abounded was never along the railway south of Call reached the tape by a nose, OS to
of Florida. Annually plantations of last
of week
dustry, properly encouraged, could 26 Lawtey, and Mack Davis of were held
A. The settlers who street, the late N. J. Jones had just one more than the number
A. here.
handles ten miljours developed from the
over reasonably be expected to supply a Sampson City home of his sister. Mrs.
for motorists and thou- community Income in excess of came here were of an Independent erected a roomy and well appointedhotel required. It was then that some Fort Screven Is a regular army Florence Canova, Friday afternoonat d 1
| of affiliated clubs each breed, and they have preservedtheir which was a great improve who had agreed to pair understood o'clock. Service. ,
aea- either cotton or tobacco. It has that post and for a thirty day period were con ;V
for they had "figured fractions"wrong
ute) hundreds of thousands of splendid opportunities, not only to independence, often against ment over the sorry apologies I ,each summer the government takes ducted by Rey O. P. Raymond of ,11

rs from north, east and Mid- growers, but for plant farms, as great odds. The Bradford countyman I hostelries theretofore existing. The I that they should have asked young men and puts them through the Baptist church, assisted by. e
two
Vebtern points to Florida. well.-Lake City Reporter. is of an impulsive nature; he saloons had been voted out of town favorable votes to be paired a military training course. Four Rev. W. F, Jones of the Methodist- i

P per articles and maps pre- .-. is Intelligent, generous, courteous which made for more prosperityand with each negative vote, thus years are required to complete the church. ;

1 by the A. A. A., featuring BRADFORD GETS CLEAN BILL and considerate; but he has little order. cutting down the majority to leas training, and Florida has always Interment followed In the family
' than two- thirds.
i as a winter tourist"mecca Initiative and is in need of leaders. The Georgia Southern and Flor- Had all repre- filled its allotment within a few plot at Crosby Lake Cemetery.. 1

cod 1 by the national motoring In the report just Issued by the Lack of leadership has been the ida railway was then under build- would sentatives been present, the vote days after registration is started.In with W. M. Wainwright; N. D.

don and distributed to the state board of health covering trouble with Starke and Bradford ing and Starke could have had it If probably have been 62 to 33, addition to the, military training Wainwright, .Jr.. Paul E. Canova.
or two less than the
rn papers.Brown deaths from malaria, dlptherla, typhoid county. We have had and have now less apathy had been shown. How- two-thirds. necessary sports are encouraged and the Levy Canova, Julian Canova and
But "ifs"
did not count
expressed the opinion and tuberculosis during the men fitted for leadership, but' ever, It benefited parts of the coun- and the bill nearby Tybee beach adds to the D. A. Montieth as active pallbearers. -

tarke has not up to this time first three months of 1931, Brad- somehow, they are too modest to ty; It helped Hampton and gave: of the passed over the veto- pleasure of those attending the Serving aa honorary pallbearers r
by one neatest
M its share of attention from ford county scored perfect, no bring their talents into play. Leaders birth to New River, Sampson and examples of camp. were J. M. Mitchell F. G. Hemingway t t

ting motoring public es- deaths from these four cases occurring , are sadly wanted. That they Theressai: It gave an outlet for elementary arithmetic fraction fig-I J. F. Klckllter, T. J. Griffin
yin view of the natural at- within the county during would be listened to, can be provedby timber and caused truck farms to uring In the history of Florida pol &IRH. FRANCIS STARLINGMrs. D. E. Knight,. G. W. Alderman. i

Which It has to offer to, that period. For the state as a I, abundant examples whenever be started around the places men itics.Practically Funeral arrangements were In. i

ter tourist As a part of i whole the death list for .three I temporary leaders have crawledout tioned. A little later the Wannee provisions of everyone this knows bill. the A Francis Starling, widow of charge of the DeWItt C. Jones com
gram of the local unit'of small. I their shells-the eagernesswith branch railway (It then had a racing the late A. B. Starling, died at her I pany. '
. A. A., efforts will be made months was remarkably I which bond issues for school longer name, but just as rattling commission of five men, to be appointed home at Manning Friday morning, .

!tact visitors to this section In accident prevention has been buildings, roads: sewers, lights, as its trains) was built by Starke by all the governor, will supervise May 28th at the age of 78 years. DIES FROM GUNSHOT

ter numbers than has been made In that during the entire pavements, drainage, etc., have citizens. But It proved "white horse and legalized betting and Mrs. Starling leaves to mourn her I WOUNDS ,
dog Revenue
* the past In this endeavor school with thirty thousand been voted for, when the necessity elephant" on their bands.Therei, racing death six sons, W. L. and: J. D. e
te headquarters located at children year going to and from school for such Improvements was advo- was little freight to i admissions from taxes and of ten per cent on all Starling of Manning A. J., S.: T. George Knight of Bellglade, 'who

vIlle and the various there was but one minor cated In a convincing way, shows the portion passing through the three per cent on 'and J. L. Starling of Lawtey andJ. was wounded In the side with a L 4
every day, all will be divided '
Ilea throughout Florida, will accident and not a single deathto that more could be done, both for lake swamp was built on Inflammable wagers equally El Starling of Wauchula. and load of buckshot Wednesday night
a sir at large, which readily took fire among the 07 counties of the state, of last week died early Friday
complete assistance child of school during the our town and the county peat, I one daughter, Mrs. Janle Johns of
a age and
part Is to
expected mean about m
" by having available defi- school term In Jacksonville. (If our leading men would only assert from various causes, often consuming 000 for 120 Jacksonville, thirty-eight grandchildren morning at. the Gill hospital wherebe
or more each
*4 complete themselves. But nothing will long stretches of track. county. and sixteen great grand was taken following an opera-
information the work In .
with In addition to organizing Forces active f
the bill
to the be done unless) the people are Once, during a rainy time, a large against were children. tion. The body was prepared for
types school
of attractions the boy .
and .
Utl8I available equipping with- poked up"; they are as we have "'gator got stuck In a culvert stopping the Havana, Cuba, racing Interests Deceased was born in Bradford !burial by the DeWItt C. Jones Company -
in furnishes
A.
Bradford the A. A.
patrol who would like to the '
and'will do and caused the washIng keep and shipped Friday night to
JoInJng counties. school-room a remarked. Impulsive It up, county May 6, 1803, and spent all
out cost to each
*"fciuar things when spurred up; but when away of a few hundred :yardsof points out of Florida,. and those her days In Bradford and Baker Orlando. David Herndon. charged ,
significance and also provideseach
yean has been during saft y poster monthly the IncenUve Is over the apathy re- track. A track-requiring both opposed to the Idea of legalizing counties. Her husband A. B. Starling with firing OH shot. Is being li.ld. "*E> ;
the work of teacher with a Investment rambling of any kind. Most of the In the county Jail to await actionof l
rtcan Automobile '' lesson turns. fire and marine was a poor died In August 1949. She was
the direction Associa- loose-leaf safety' the The most potent, and almost we and the owners were gladto latter admit the new era will be a faithful Christian and loving wife the grand jury fet the fall term ? ,
basis by
of the Street which la used as a biter than recently conducted
Ihway leader here has been the be able to sell It to tu Ambler rac- and mother. of circuit court, rBRADFORD
Safety and more teachers for class-room safety Instruction only big seasons in violation of the law
It advocated used the road .
T in Bradford County Telegraph. Lumber Co. They The burial was at Pine Grove
the the
matter of the In connection with of to their but assert that with the bars) downon AND UNION '-0 ;t,
at the strawberry growing; ? chiefly for hauling logs cemetery Saturday, Rev. J. S. Con- .
choot child *- A.'A. regular subjects that are taught.As Unproved betting at races other forms ofgambling CAMP FOR'GIRLS IN'JUNK
Jacksonville. They rebuilt -
Throughout the substituting sawmills in of the
> the United States result of this nation-wide Ing at home; will way pastor Missionary Baptist f
AG
! a for the razor through the swamp soon prevade the a
the track
IIIonJsore breeds of hogs church at Manning of which
.
the A.A.
A.
the
School Boy Pay movement sponsored by state. The annual 4-H for
! the cotton non-inflammable sand camp girls
urnlahing decreasing with the deceased was a faithful and
backs
trol the boys selected .. the number of fatalities due to ; employing of county brought from Alachua county and One of the leading dally newspapers devout member, officiating will open Tuesday, June 23, accord-
duty With Sam Browne automobile accidents occurlng to acreage; of the state offered the following to
Led male and female to teach had a railroad shop in Starke. This: lag an announcement by Miss)
from the badgae' to distinguish school children between the ages of agents better husbandry and road gave birth to Ward City now I editorial comment. "Underthe Birth Pearl Jordan, home demonstration Gr

'I'heae regular pupils of the five and fourteen has steadily decreased the farmers wives better housekeeping: Brooker. and added transportation law which the legislature ha agent of Bradford county. ]t ,

l'&Inect **>*the Instructed since 1922 while the accidents their need of better education better facilities' to Bampsou where it just enacted, racing will continuein Mr. and Mrs. Percy Grlffls, Law Approximately seventy-five girls

A. A.under direction of to persons of adult age have the roads better sanitation. Its crosses the G. S. & T., now the Florida, but It will not b* obliged tey, girl, June 8. from the two counties have asked

fOul and are posted on mounted alarmingly.. ,have not been In vain. A Southern railway. to cover anything. In the counties Mr. and Mrs. Sam Norman Ral Tor admlMlon to the camp, 'which j
corners, not to direct or Mr Brown has advised local advocates of what our people which indicate favor by a direct ford boy, June 8. will be open for four days. The r
traJrlc. example in the tfOs a syndicate,
of but to direct the city and school authorities that the striking make up their Early vote of the people racetracks Mr. and Mrs. V. Robinson Penney camp will be held at Scout camp. -
and Cot
they Gasklns
the do when Dr.
Smaller ch1ldreD"atIcbOOL : .: complete tourist promotion and can in 191T. when headed by may be established and they will Farms, boy June 8.Mr. The program of events for the
evidenced the
2So: to .Jackaon'YiU safety program will be put into op- minds, was urged the farmersto Peek of Starke west, bought of Btarfce.up This exennive be only where there is good reason I and Mrs. Lonnic Crawford, week Includes scouting trips bathIng -.

1Ch001 boy patrolmen eration In this vicinity to view of the government their best to grow food crops swamp surrounds Cros- to expect and provision for entertaining :Wateroak. boy, June 8. evening entertainments, games)

pY nfzed. equipped and the support which has already been do on of the World swamp completely large numbers of visitor Mr. and Mrs. Warren Shadds,, and Instruction In canning, sewing. p u

4.4.the. a Florida Division of given this movement by the leading for the. Such carryingWar. clearing''and fencing (Continued on pap 6.) (Concluded on page 8.) 'I Green' Cove Springs, boy. June 10. arts and nutrition

remarkable record citizens of the community.
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ceived a bill proposing distributionof "I

half the state's gasoline tax rev- .

I ( Legislative News J JThe enue among counties on a basis of <-{'." :<;. .
and spentin .
population, area money ,{I : I'
constructing or helping to con-
". \". -'. ,'it.;"",,,
struct state roads. < "
'
'' senate refused to pass a 135 attaches. The senate had 38 ., .'
bouse appropriation bill to carry on members and a maximum of 192 Pared from approximately $14-
the present appropriations for two attaches. 000,000 to $11,000,000 the appropriations .
pionths when investigation disclosed bill of the Florida houseof
that the bill further provided Another bill Introduced in the representatives was reported favorably '
that In the event an appropriation , senate under a waiver of rules, by the appropriations com-
+ bill was not enacted duringthe proposed a tax of 5 cents a package -: mittee Thursday. Chairman H. S.
extraordinary session the present on cigarettes. Revenue was McKenzie, Putnam of the committee :
appropriations would remain estimated at $5,000,000 annuallyby said no attempt would be madeto :
: la: effect for two years. :Membersof Senator Futch Leesburg who I' consider the bill before the end .
; the senate pointed out that the Introduced the bill. Against this of the regular legislative session. :. ,r... "
1, present bill remain In effect until total estimated revenue of $21- ::..:.\ .
July 1 and provides for payment 000,000 for two years the legislators The house bill to prohibit fore- .. I
of operating: expenses until that ,weighed the biennial appropriations closure of delinquent tax certificates '. !
4 ,'; ;' date giving: ample time for consideration bill of 914.000,000 to be I, on homes within four years I ""
tr of a new bill. The house considered at the special session after the Issuance of the certificate ;
!
bill was left to die on second read- and the school appropriation of $7,- was passed by the senate as :
Ing. 600,000 voted by both houses in was another house measure to give Ford cars are now equipped
the regular session. municipalities authority to consolidate

Friday afternoon the senate voted the offices of tax assessors .
j indefinite postponement of a Fight bills to produce revenue and tax collector placing both duties -
+ house joint resolution proposing: a and pertaining to taxation were under the collector. Munici- with safety glass in all doors and
constitutional amendment to abolish Introduced In the house as the extraordinary palities may consolidate the offices __ ... '
grand juries and also killed the session opened Satur- by ordinance under the terms of .
M bill to create a state purchasing day., The bills, outlining procedure the bill, thereby making the plan .
4 agency by refusing to waive the recommended by Governor Carl- I optional with the cities. The vote windows small J Jk
rules to place the bill on third read- ton,'were Introduced at his request on the bill was 23 to 8. at a extra charge
Ing for final passage. with one exception. They were similar I I'I5or
to measures Introduced but not A house measure relating to the
Clocks in senate and house passed In the regular legislative penalty for stealing cattle which
chambers were stopped shortly be- session. The bills Included: An increased would have eliminated the two year the Coup, D. I.....Coupo,Sport &ff\/or '". Tudor Sudan Standard Sedan, ,l
?, fore noon Friday the time set for motor vehicle tax, a.five minimum sentence provision, was ".. or Convertible CaMolet .:, adjournment sine die. The house cent per gallon tax on kerosene; voted down by the senate 19 tolO. i
blocked by resolution from considering an intangible property tax of 2 A similar measure introduced In (
IL further business after mills on stocks and bonds and one the senate was voted down earlier ,. '
10:SO a. m., recessed until 4 o'clockto mill on other Intangibles; a tax of in the session.Another ,,' ", THE Triplex safely glass windshield has always been an outstanding feature of

permit enrolling and engrossing $1. O per $100 gross receipts of -- tile Model A Ford. By reducing the dangers of 'flying glass, It has saved
many
rooms to complete typing of bills electricity and gas plants and tele- house bill went down to ,

passed Thursday night. The senate phone and telegraph companies; defeat after senators attacked the lives and prevented countless injuries in automobile collisions.
? continued Its session acting upon creation of a state purchasing measure. The bill would amend
'''V house measures,sent over In the agency; creation of a threemember present statutes to ablosh scholarships 't Now comes a further assurance of safety to every Ford owner ... polished .
;, } last hours of the meeting and then tax commission; apportionment at the institutions of higher
recessed. With simultaneous adjournment of gasoline tax revenue.according learning. The vote was 27 to 2 plate safety glass in ALL DOORS AND WINDOWS at flight additional cost.M .
.i of the senate and house to the plan recommendedby against the passage of the bill.
.s,, at conclusion of the regular session the governor In the regular session. The charge for this extra protection Is unusually low because of large II

r+ members of the legislature The senate passed after some
production and the development of new,methods of manufacture. Simply tell
t.
will convene Saturday the special discussion the house bill to providefor ,
'i and extraordinary session called by The Florida house Friday killeda the establishment and mainten- \y. in\ t.'' the dealer when you buy the Ford that you want "safety plate glass in all doors
": Governor Carlton to consider matters senate bill to relieve all county ance of emergency landing fields :
of finance and taxation. With- officers of liability for, excess fees by the state road department. The :c' and windows"and the car will be factory-equipped for you in that manner.
out discussion or dissent vote theY not reported prior to 1928. The vote was 21 to 5.! .
senate postponed consideration of action was one of the last official ,. Today, as before, the safety glass windshield Is furnished as standard equip

kl a bill passed In the house to reenact acts of the 1931 regular legislative Present statutes protecting holly meet on all Ford can without extra charge.
the 1929 general appropriations session. It took place late In the dogwood and other shrubs, I
bill until some other appropriations afternoon although the house plants and trees were strengthened \
bills Is passed by the legislature. clock was stopped at 11:56 a. m., by a house bill passed by the FORD i
OWNERS Thi announcement refers only to NEW CARS. Ford dealtrt are; not tnm
A' because of
The an senate
postponement amounting to agreement to ad- without a dissenting! vote.
killing the bill at this. session. journ sine die at noon. potttlon to Inttall a/ety glass In the window o/ four present Ford.at the above. price .I

The first reference of the cur- I
1' The house adopted without roll The house of representatives of rent legislative session to state division
ilk call vote the complete report of a the Florida legislature late Thursday came into the discussion on ;
&t committee appointed some time afternoon by a vote of 55 to 26 the floor of the house. Shortly af- THE FORD
yt, ago to investigate coats of school joined the senate In over-riding ter the convening of the legislators >:
j operations the state. The report the veto of Governor Doyle E. Wednesday afternoon Rep... E. E. ,
"Sly asserted that total disbursements Carlton to the'committee substitute Mason, of Escambla arose on a .\ '
ur for ,schools for the year ending for senate bill No. 361 which point of personal privilege to denounce , I .

.June 80..1930 were $29.003,224. would legalize the wagering sys as "uncalled for" and "un ."k'f .. ,,\,": \ {
and not 934.935,112.07 for each of tem and authorize the appoint- timely' an editorial in this morn- '.' t:. ,.,,. I,
) the years of 1930 and 1929, as ment by the state's chief executiveof Ing's Issue of the Tampa TrIbune.sugge.tll1g' ,', .. '." .,,"'.c"'\..,;'.\'. "'
....
f stated In the official of the a racing commission to .'
report supervise , a division of the state II. ".. ill
comptrollers department. Recommendations ' track operations. Under the Mr. Mason maintained that "as
4 Included: Elimination provisions of the measure, referendum long as there Is a state of Florida .
off of the education system of "oppor- elections must be held In the I Escambla county and Pensacola .

} tunities and apparent necessity for I counties where tracks would be operated I want to be a part of it." He said representing 2.0OO.OOO communicant and humiliation as a part of their
the student to In numerous before the commission could "I resent
engage beyond my ability to express inter-denominational
members sounded as the keynote crusade for
+ social activities oper.tw.1 grant permits. .
plays any effort or attempt to
Christianizing all
nations.
pagaents, etc., exercise. of I split the state of Florida. 'for the coming year the spiritual .
t care in selection of principals and Ernest comptroller of the quickening of the entire
teachers, employment, insofar as 1 state of Florida, Thursday stood Indefinite postponement of con- church. The nominating spirit of CLUB BOY HELPED .
$ ; possible, of Florida men and women absolved of charges contained In sideration of a measure which the business of the assembly was -
as teacher. Reduction of administrative accusations of Impeachment filed would abolish the office of state toward a great renewal of faith Little Rock. Ark.-One hundredand
costs of the public early In the session of the house of motor vehicle commission and vest and great revival of Christian four corn club' boys in the
school system. Enactment of laws representatives by Rep. J. Tom I the authority of that office In the i work throughout the United States drought affected areas of Arkansasnow .aI ;
to bold school expenditures within Watson of Hillsborough county. By 'governor and his cabinet featured I. and In the countries where Presbyterian have an acre of corn growing
the budget of county school boards a vote of 81 to 2, the house refused Wednesday's session of the house. missions are conducted.The due to the generosity of Florida 4-
b with: punishment for violation. after It had received a report from assembly upheld President I H club boys who furnished the
its special Investigating committee The 1931 Florida legislature con- Hoover in his policy of law observ- seed, W. J. ,Jernigan state boys'
Jg The 23rd regular 60-day session recommending "that the charges vened In extraordinary session at ance. It made a strong pronounce- and girls' club agent, recently an-
of, the Florida legislature which be not sustained and that the 10 o'clock Saturday morning In ment for universal peace, for the nounced.
s ended at 12:38 a. m. Friday and comptroller,. Ernest Amos be not pursuance to a call by Gov. Doyle entrance of the United States Into
which Governor Carlton termed "a impeached," to Impeach the comp E. Carlton to consider matters of the World Court, for liberty of conscience "stNG
fit: liability.rather than an asset to the troller on any of the 14 articles finance and taxation. Fifteen I!I and for obtaining for Presbyterian MA
states" cost approximately $200.- cited. measures, Including the seven bills students in colleges the H. JE. LAOEHGBEN
000. State Treasurer W. V. Knott sponsored by Governor Carlton same exemption from compulsory
aid the session's expenses up to It would be a felony and punishable were Introduced today and the senate military training that la grantedto SarveylnC-LevelloC
noon amounted to 9195,28808 and by death for any person or voted on numerous motions to members of the Society of Mapping _
1 that all bills had not been paid. He persons to hit, strike at, shoot, send bills to the calendar without Friends, the assembly considering Starke Florida
said the total cost would approximate wound or Ill-treat in anyway any :reference. The rules were waivedto that a Presbyterian conscience Is
pia 200000. expenses of the member of the 1931 Florida legislature permit introduction of a few just as good as Quaker conscience. ,THIS YEAR GOODYEAR
house of representatives. Including under the terms of a "jok measures not coming within the I i Temperance''' and prohibition JMEAtfS EVEN GREATER
h. salaried of members and attaches er" bill Introduced late Thursday limitations of the governor's call Sabbath observance and other fundamentals VALUE.?./.LOWER COST:
printing and other Items totalled in the senate by Senator Purl Q. for the extra session. The measures I of old-fashioned American -
l"r 9110.697.0X Total expenses of thY e Adams Crestview. recommended by Governor I II Christianity, were held up as Say it with Flower a.wa..uu- .. '
senate were $a4, 90.56. The house essentials' In .. .... Mr few AM my.
.
I Carlton were the corporation tax combatting the evils - - .. '..... wtIgL5
had 95 members and a maximum of The Florida Senate Thursday re- bill, placing a tax of one and one-II of the times. ,Strong pronouncements -pelOT.C..dy. .k dk .1 j jrina.
wi I half percent on the gross revenuesof .were made against the liquor Flowers For All ral.n ..WcIo......be dga ..

''l WE .LAUGH AT THE INTELLIGENCE OF A CHICKEN utility companies, selling electricity traffic against the commercialization OccasionsGERTRUDE -.L All--.u.._ .
w and gas creating a state of the Sabbath by professional f 141W1931, C..JA.pahr itg TIR! SIISAT10N
: purchasing: agency, imposing a tax sports and motion picture ..-. n ... & ;?...... U....new, MRegister's u. ayk, '
vu of five cents a gallon on kerosene houses, and against Intrusion of .'--I.
u; LOOK AT providing for the creation of' a 'objectionable amusements Into GODBEY C."

THAT CRAZY CHICKKH" ? state tax commission, defining and church buildings.. The) sanctity of ANDERSON r ....
VOU'O THINK IT WOULD HAVE
taxing intangibles on graduated marriage the family and the home
,y' BRAINS AND' CROSS ENOUGH THR" MOTTOTRV ROAOIN scale under separate classifications was emphasised and greater restrictions Phone 39 Waldo Fla, " ,
FRONT Of AMACHINt ,, reallocation of the six cent against the divorce evil
; gasoline tax on the basis. of three were advocated. .
.. cents to the state road departmentand I In the adoption of a special report '
\\ :tw three cents to the counties on social and'Industrial relations BeautifiesInatantly
r,' 4 with one cent distributed' according 1' the general assembly pre- Garage
to population one.cent according pared for larger activities for the '
M to area and on. cent on the basis .I remedy: of unemployment; and kindred Starke Florid)
of contributions to the state highway Ills through a permanent organization -
system, and increasing motor on social and Industrial
1 ... j vehicle licenses and for the
approximately 50 .relationships extension
iS, 1 P ...., per cent. Only; two of the measures of brotherhood and fraternal m., 1 Bil
I IYIPPY Il Wake Your Liver
{ sponsored by the governor were Better Interracial: relations were Up
) placed on the calendar without ref advocated lynching and mob violence
eren>:e. These were bills providing were condemned and cooperation
/ Il
a BEAT Ii- U' for allocation of the gasoline tax and union among denominations -Without Caloifl<
-" I. ACROSS: and placing a tax of one and one- were advanced.;
half per cent on the gross receiptsof A greater Christian usefulness of --
utilities. The remaining bills the entire man-power of the church .And YouTI Jump Out of Bed. It t................"...., .JfIII
were sent to the committee on finance was planned ,through more rigid ,Renders in .._..4lssss..II M a', TwOa
and taxation.ATTENDING requirement for an educated ministry the Morning Rarin'to Go ...... a. rs. --- YM
and more intelligent an irresistible, soft, pearly loveli talc.bee Ia.M...r..k4.Rsa
PRESBYTERIAN evangelism through practical ness that will add year of youth If yea test soar' and sank sad the" ....... AI Y aldrr fA
a
system of to your appearance. The effect to world looks punk don't .......yseLrmfa1JS..sst.s
GENERAL ASSEMBLYC. higher cultivation In church work so delicate ot swallows tot .......ran Iasi loss
i among the rulingelders.. and natural the ue ol salts mineral water. oO laxative -........... ..
a toilet
2 N. ChrIsty. Starke Fla.- of The assembly's celebration of the tected.. preparation lasts thruout cannot: the be day de tam to or make durvtng) yoa gum f"*and expect__ ........, .......CAJ1T
44 : North Florida Presbytery, who has Centennial of its Foreign without rubbing off ,r
Missions
b. streaking and buoyant and full N'w.
or of
_ sun "s. .
.d. M ra
been in attendance at the Presby work led to affirmation of a great bowing the effect of moisture.GOUfWJD'S Par ....-bstr ....-
they cant da ,
tartan General la Pittsburgh forward It.They volt -- -
Assembly
program throughout the ...a JImy
saore the ttommlm and pN'- ......
r .Pa., reports that some of Its world with a renewal of I' a mere m 'f.' _
improtant business missionary ttMot doesn't' get at UM ..... The ........._5.
.. ... t1 v r Spiritual emphasiswas waa as follows the : preaching In every pulpit. The assembly 0@IENT4l teaaoofor year duwand eagleedag -............,....,.
.. p 1 supreme joined'other .ecclesiastical tsyaurB ..--
... .r..k .I*ehaeM
_.
iwrtkPel.l.saasl
ion.
par
pIII.. Ii.. r.llt ... .. ,tame of the assembly; and courts In urging upon President ......... ......
tint.I.If/lO" .n.r9.R.4r CIIq' .. b"'tsra
tMhstasvyvorl
I I the great-national annual-congress-, Hoover a national day; of prayer I .......taerlCsale $...e tia.issr ..,. .... i, ...-.zJsar. rsa es 4


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Ji1NE 12, 1031
COUNTY TELEGRAM. 1
-,--_ -----___ STARKE. FLORIDA> P4tiF TrrrtElb
'- '- --- --- . .. .. ... ...
Ject. The new Inland canal. to b 1 -- - -- ----- ---- -- -- --- - .. ..--J

made will form an Important link
News of Florida In Short Paragraphs In the great inland gulf coaat ca-
nal, of which the Pensacola-Moblle
waterway Is a section. It will also Conv OeftUN".I It *
1 mean a nearer route to Pensacola eA'
from Mobile 'fD1Ol
than now exist
LIVE STATE NEWSTOLD. ,
Fort Myers-An 96 year old Ft
Myers resident, older even than
Thomas A. Edison, bids fair to Don't i
wizard in his patient efforts. The Rasp Your Throat
BY OUR EXCHANGESL. rival of the white haired electrical'

Fort Myers Press says J. P. Thur-!
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J '-If woo 0 ell, 921 Hoople street, has Just been I

L. Carver, one oft Kraft 'corporation, Bay Harbor, a Issued a patent upon an Improved

buyers of thia section, subsidiary the International Pa- type of sprinkler fire protector. With Harsh Irritants

1 that the Wellborn district: per company, la shipping approximately luloid Using sheets an ingenious and regular system sprinkler of cel

over $15,000: worth of eight carloads of kraft pa- beads Mr. Thuretl has evolved a
and eggs the past twelve per dally. Each carload weighs plan whereby the heat of the fire
from 25 to 20 tons. It requires five burns
the celluloid and starts the "Reach for
carloads of fuel to run the mill fora sprinkler operating Around a
L. Schul- day and this amount Is every
Sprlngs-E. shippedIn door
and
unlak window In a room. His
( polnt Washington, Is the dally. Pulp wood also arrives scheme will prevent spread of fire LUCKY instead7'Plaeo -. J
ccessful turkey raiser In dally, by barge, rail and truck, be- through doors a' d windows, which
i county. Last year he prod ing hauled from nearby pointa. It always are considered danger spots:
sold over $500 worth of Is shipped by rail from points as because they are usually wood. your finger on your Adam'c Apple. t
Schultls hatches his far away aa 100 miles.
Mr.
p. You are actually touching larynx-this
your
incubator, and
eggs In an Fort Myers-Fort Myers claims
|e success with the 150 birds Quincy-The Masters Boat com- the best tarpon fishing grounds in' Is your voice box-It contains your vocal ah\

ed I last year. pany of Havana has put in six ad- the state and Is going to try to chords. Whon you consider your Adams ',* ;
ditional fishing boats at the
com- prove it this season. Most of the
-allle According to O. A. pany camp on Lake Talquin during tarpon around Fort Myers are Apple, you aro considering your throat- ::k: > ; ;t : .'
rman, who called last week2foot the week in order to take care of caught in the Caloosahatchee river your vocal chords. .. ::\
, boat from Miami tome the increasing demand, which was which Is said to be the principal

alligators are far fromng so great last Thursday that all feeding grounds for the silver kings What Is the effect of modern Ultra Violet Rays
extinct in Florida. On could not be accomm:>dated. Dur- In that part of the state. In effort
an -
I Ire he said he saw a greatof ing the. past week a two story to prove that Fort Myers lays upon tobacco? Dr. E. E. Free/ one of Ameri-

[ them lying along the building with a lookout top was' them all In the shale when it comesto ca's well-known sclentlstswho was retained a a
'
of the rivers and canals. completed at this landing. At an numerous, big and sportive tar- '
ny he saw be could not elevation of 24 feet a good view pon, the local chamber of com- by us to study Lucky Strike's manufacturing

may be had of the lake, 20 miles merce is keeping a tally of all tar- process addressing the Illuminating Engineering '"r Y c k:w in length, one of the largest bodiesof pon caught this season. Up to
-Mr. and Mrs. Sea Horse fresh water in western Florida. Monday, May 23, the count was Society, said

ce the birth of 12 baby colts, 26(). Sportsmen are catching tar- .
j fine, thank you, even Mr. Winter Haven More than 67- pon at the rate of from six to tena Tfc.cMentlal efectof tin Ultra VloUt U th*production ifi <'
[ the Infanta in- 000 of Florida 01 better tobacco: and of ctgarttut ye.
who brought cars oranges, grape-
day around Fort Myers and the ,11
who
Carded bj virtually all smokers have totted
The sea horses were fruit and and mixed
[world. tangerines cit- sport was never better says the themasmilderandevlthakstev'tendency la can*. {'
i the Miami aquarium. Mr. rus have been shipped up to May Press of that city. throat Cnic ti_".
| took care of hatching theer 29 compared with 53,765 cars dur- -

Mrs. Horse laid them. ing the 1928-29 season, accordingto Hastings The potato shipping Here In America LUCKY STRIKE Is the only : '
k; them and placed them in H.,,F, Willison in charge of the season in Hastings has virtually s;
urinal pouch of his until Federal-State Market News Ser- closed for this year. Small ship- cigarette that employs Ultra Violet Rays In

atched. I vice Bureau at Winter Haven. .ments will continue for the next connection with Its exclusive, "TOASTING"Process "
I There was a total of 28,387 cars week or ten days but the bulk of "
City The Southernt i of oranges, 22,827 cars of grape- one of the greatest potato crops -the only cigarette that brings you "

| Association wiU hold Its .fruit, 8,041 cars of tangerines and ever produced in this belt baa moved the benefits of the exclusive "TOASTING"I < < 1< '
i *nth annual meet in Panamaune ,12,796 cars of mixed fruit, a total to market. It Is estimated that I
23 and 24. This Importganlzatlon of 67,051 cars. the yield per acre for the season Process which expels certain harsh Irritants ;, ; hx

Is honoring Pana- I Just ended has averaged about 50 present In all raw tobaccos.
l |ty for the second time, fort i West Palm Beach-Gus' Baths, barrels. Plantings of potatoes in -
year they held their thiri one of Florida's best known bath- the Hastings belt amounted to approximately -
i i annual meeting there, and .ing resorts and for many years a 17,600 acres and it has
| were delighted with the re- .center of recreation for the Palm been estimated that the grade ran
i received and the time spent Beaches will go on the auction better 80 per cent No. 1. Some ot

| the shores of the bay. block here July 6. Notice of sale, those who have been closely con- a?,' #1a n ,r. t {;ra
,as a result of a foreclosure suit nected with the deal for many;
:
ala Pensacola citizens brought by Cooper C. LJghtbown, years claim that the quality of the : I : :
eek; were busy arranging to Washington, D. C., has been filed. potatoes shipped this year has been ::8 :
II the opening of, the $2- The property to be sold consistsof far better than at any time in prevIous \ r .
I Pensacola bridge and the almost an entire block of ocean years. Last year the crop was
>at Pensacola Beach on June frontage in the heart of Palm badly cut by cold and excessive
lie chamber of commerce has Beach, most of it with riparian rains during the harvesting period

ut approximately COOO invi- rights. It includes a large casino and the quality was very poor due t3Cs f.:.:.. fr'
i to prominent men through and board walk.Jacksonville to those factors. \
nation. It is expected that -
en 113,000: and 20,000 visitors Florida's infant :Miami-Construction work on
B here for the celebration. mortality rates in 1928 and 1929 Joseph K. Wldener's million dollar

fell below those of the United Improvement program for the Hialeah The A.TUNEfN'fk..
e City-State road No. :5, States birth registration area according race track Is due to start in '
i of Tampa, Is closed for .re- to an announcement made the next ten days, it was stated at
cUon by the state road dent From the offices of Dr. Stewart G. reliable sources here today. Widener It's toasted

1 from Denham south to Thompson,.director of the bureauof nationally known sportsmanand .
a. It is probable that the vital statistics State board chairman of the board of gov- Lra1fltr1le
Jwill remain closed for sev- of' health. In 1930 the infant ernors of the Miami Racing Association =-,0;: e
|weeks, as an overpasa Is to death rate dropped below the figures has employed the Palm Including the use of Ultra Violet Rays
intruded near Brulng and of 1929 with 1729 Infant Beach firm of Smith and Riddle as =:::=

late resurfacing and widening deaths in the state, giving a rate supervising engineers for the entire ....,...... Sunshine Mellows-Heat Purifies
highway will be required belt of 64 per 1000 births. In establishing Job. This firm Is new preparing Nr1.c..e1. Your Throat Protection Irritation_ against cough
| can be opened to the pub- this new low mark last plans and specifications. The job _

year,,another public health record will be divided into parcels and

was set up in Florida. let in separate contracts. As an- -------. ------ -. .---. . .
------ -- - -- -
see Chicago prices nounced several days ago, the Improvements .
I received for a cagoad of hogs Pensacola-H. P. Merrill. army will Include lenghten- TYPE OF COVER FREQUENTEDBY and fallow, fringed with thicketsand run through them freely and euu1'1 I
[Friday by the State Woman's engineer was In this section recently ing and widening of the track, en- BOB-WHITE QUAIL separated by open woodland or on the edge of paths,
HP farm, according to ManaP. inspecting the survey work largement of the grand stand remodeling of small extent; In other words, borders or similar situations open
**. Love. The car, contained that is in progress for the pro- of the clubhouse, addition The bobwhite quail Is dependentfor maximum diversification of cover on one side. This Is necessary, for I
rkers, none of which weigh- posed canal that will begin at a of a steeple chase, and exten- its very existence. upon a screenof types. quail, particularly the young birds,
ler 243: pounds Mr Love point at West Bay and on to Point sive beautification and the land- concealing vegetation to shelterIt Ground growth of an open type wet easily and become bedraggled
I and all of Merrill from the attack of Its numerous with litter beneath as in stubble if forced to move about in rainy
which were less Washington. Engineer gave scaping alone to coat as estimated,
| one year old. The price re- out the information that a groupof $200,000. natural enemies, for its flesh is fields grown up to ragwood and! weather in cover dense at their
d was the top market of $6.30 engineers and surveyors had tasty and much sought after by other weeds, furnishes highly favorable level.
averaged predatory creatures who gain their feeding ground for not Thus there are several reason x
[ something over $15: been busily engaged on this route Uanyemz
for the car, or nearly 1000. which will probably require aboutan TRAIN SCHEDULE living by tooth and claw. It thrives, only Is more food produced in such why it is necessary to pay some at- r rlojan
moreover, only where ground vegetation cover, but of even greater importance tention to the matter of cover for
additional sixty days to com
City The Southern plete fully the survey of the pro- We change schedule Sunday, 7th of the proper density prevails seeds that fall to the ground these fine game birds, and consider \\azank Homes\ '
and trains will run as follows: being unduly exposed to at- are easily found by the birds. Although their needa when "brushing out"or
No. :1: southbound, due Starke tack where it Is too scant and excluded quail scratch to a limited cleaning up around the farm,
And 10:35 m. where It extent in the well-known else be lost to the Iii ..S.. Ie "" liquid. floor ... .
the Worst is Yet to Come- p. for many reasons mannerof they unwittingly II_...,. rI ,.. fc No. 11, southbound, due Starke, ia too thick. Thus the matter of the domestic fowl they cannot place. Cover(conditions: are usually w./I f.M< ,dimly._..... e. 'j
.. .. ---- 11:52 a. m. proper cover is of the utmost Im- feed where heavy litter covers the favorable to them In regions .. S
... ... .
No. 107, southbound, due Starke, portance on lands where quail are ground to a depth of several inches, where farming I I. general but not _.......r..w.r4... by II,...Ity.. .ll k..1. -_
I, 10:30 a. m. desired in abundance, though it Is and avoid such areas for feedingto too intensive while the revere' I* Inm*f..t ...f .... lhe bum IM* }
'=..- -, ,' No. 2, northbound, due Starke seldom understood or attended to. a large extent. often true when agricultural lands 4..r
t I I
6:10 a. m. Perhaps first In' Importance Is, This la the reason in part why .are abandoned and are In the proS VkUt*.1...!.. ...... .* ell Uwl Nl -
No. 12 northbound due Starke, 'refuge' cover"; thickets and ,vine quail! Invariably decline In numbers case of "reverting to nature", for tupond.... Y- I.o. t
2:50 p. m. tangle around field borders, on when fields have been abandonedand one of the first step in the cyclela : ./IgMN kwr.w, IN M
f : : No. 108, northbound, due Starke fence lines and roadsides' and here grow up to heavy broom ledge II the choking up of the fields with MsL.> SS'
;! I 5:52: p. m.Btarke. and there in open,*woodlands to Not only does this sedge become ,broom sedge' and the losa of the
A Waanee Branch which quail can resort when pur-. too dense for the bird to feed bordering thicket through sweeping HAROLD c. WALL; f
I No. 101 leaves Starke 7:00: a. m. sued. Seldom do quail feed out through, but It check out the fir....
No. 102 arrives 2:40: p. m. more than two or three hundred weeds and legumes, (such as the -- INSURANCE
yards from refuge cover less as a bush clovers beggarweeda and wild Punta Gorda Plans underwayto t ,
Blue Bus Schedule rule where enemies are numerous, beans) which furnish the birds with dedicate Barron Collier bridge STARKE, FLORIDA
Southbound 8:81: a. m., 11:31 for while they can.outstrip "blue food. July 4.Key,
a. m., 4:01 p. m., 0:31 p. m.. 12:14 darters" (Cooper's and aharpahln- The same thing happens unfortunately West-Construction of $10.-
a. mNorthbouad8:50 ned hawks) for a short distance in many case where fire 000 Presbyterian Church edifice
:: a. nv, 1:23: p. they are doomed if they have far la excluded: from open woodlandsin under way. COFFINS &: CASKETS
X 4:07 p. m, 7:53: p. HL, 4:43: a. to fly. Where farmers cut out the Interest of forest growth; as St. Augustine Pomar Grocery And a Foil LIB o< }
I 1- I such refuge cover to give their the condition develop commonly moved to No. 83 Cuna street.
'. .. 1 I. 'Ticket and information at farms'an air of "neatness or road known In the South as the "rough," Plant City-Rogers Middle- Undertaken Supplies
:Smith's Service Station, next to commissioners chop out the thickets and the blcda are forced either to brook, Inc.? plan Urge,expansion AUTOMOBILE HEARS
little travelled back leave the area entirely' or spend
.ourthotuo. along program.
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roads, a decline in the number of their time in the plowed or burned Leeeburg Kllgor Seed Co., .
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at tk* f.wuf --
Closing. et Mails quail and other thicket-loving out Are lines and such open situations to open store In this city. ......1 ......... t ..........
euua birds la inevitable, for it exposes as are left to them. This Tampa 14,000,000 can Florida ..e..reResO1.TRRRD
mall
Train No. 107 first claaa: them to the attack of enemies who cannot well be helped of course,., grapefruit shipped from her. KMMALMBNDEW1TT '
0:10 a. m. 10:30 catch the molt one,b7 one till all for It ia often necessary to exclude during recent ten weeks.
post ,
Train No. 11, parcel
are gone. fire In the interest of valuable forest Bonlfay N. D. Miler shipped C. JONES -
10m. .
North This doe not mean of course, growth, but it Is well to know 26,000 pounds poultry and COO .....RKII2o FLORIDA
Train No. 13, parcel post, 2:45 that country mostly grown up to why the birds decline under such cases egg during ApriL I N
p. thicket ts particularly favorable, condition. Fortunately "rough"of West Palm Beach Paintingand
'Train No. 108, tint class mall for farmlands with numerous sufficiently density to exclude replanking of bridge over West Tampa Movement under way ''
I IFJNC 6:30 p. m. small well distributed thickets, quail does not develop In all, regions Palm Beach canal completed. to establish plant for manufactureof lad
8:00
"Final closing: of night malls constituting perhaps five to ten or on all soil type. Tallahassee Contracts totaling essential oils near her*. t,

v. m.Stake and Bell Brach per cent of the area usually support If quail are particular' In regardto $689,038, representing approxImately Tarpon Eagle street being 4
Mall closes 7.0O a. m. the greatest abundance of the density of grasses and 24 mile of paved highway paved. ,
Mall arrives 2:40: p. m. quail and other bird life, other sedge In their feeding ground, awarded by state road department Starke-200 barrel fruit packed ;
things being equaL ne ideal they are even more so in their selection during recent day. by Kruse cold: pack plant during
Lake Worth George Boynton condition from the standpoint of of nesting sites, the nests Chlpley -" Washington county recent week.
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and associates purchased: First National the quail. consists of numerous either being built among grasses high school building nearing com- Starke Gaiety theatre reopen N'1
I Bank property her. small fields both in cultivation so open below that the birds can pletion.l ed.BBADFORD ....ib



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'- STARKE MISSIONARY ENTERTAINS SOCIETY ZONE IN SUNSHINE SUPRISE SHOWER HUNDLEY FOR MISS LOCATE NAVAL l STORES 'STATION Saturday.Mrs.business visitor Jacksonville meter ed to their of PhUadetPhia home he"", a.,.....

I ;- Ruby Snyder of Dukes, left W. B. th1J
Alexander
NO. S MEMBERS AT MEETINGThe
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l The Starke Woodmen Circle,, here Saturday for Jacksonville, an Inmate of Riverside Who

Woman's Missionary Society Grove 278 held a short business I IN OSCEOLA NATIONAL FOREST where she will spend a while with Jacksonville for several h
her uncle'and other relatives.
of the Methodist church entertained meeting, making plans to attend I many friends here who
the annual Woodmen picnic at Fellowship Miss Lula Dukes left Saturdayfor ed to known &Ie
the members of Zone 3, ; LOCATE Naval Stores Station ___ that his
MARRIAGE OF MISS ELOISE where the Stark Jacksonville, where 'she will Improving e
Thursday ,
Jacksonville district, of the Worn Osceola National Forest THE] BISHOPS' CALL TO PRAYER and that
In he
HITCH AND MR. HERBERT an's Missionary Society Friday. degree staff will put on the float --- spend a few days with her uncle to return to his home ...

+ DURDEN work. The members of-Starke Circle and relatives Mr. and
The following: from out of town Mrs. A.
: United States Department of Agriculture Lane
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and the team were askedto I Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Franklin of who have ,or
attended this meeting: Mrs. J. C. degree Has Appropriated $'0- The College of Bishops of the been the
The marriage of :Mlas Mary Eloise Prosser, Mrs. Robert Rivers, district take part in the memorial exer 000 for special Service Naval :Methodist Church has recently pre- Webster are spending a few days daughter, Mrs. C. A.gunbd
I cises for Mrs. Crews Sunday sLake here in this section with friends ed to their Bitt,
Ritch and Mr. Herbert Archibald secretary and Mrs. Edward home
Stare Industry of the South. pared a statement for the entire I last
Butler. The business meeting and relatives.Mr. guy
Revival
Durden was a pretty event of P. Plan, conference superintendent church calling our people to humility services WIn
of Christian Social Relations, all of closed to enjoy a happy social hour and Mrs. Carl Carl1s1.and Baptist church bec1a.

c$ Tuesday afternoon, at the home of Jacksonville; Mrs. B. F. Cooper, which was planned as a surprise I stores Washington experiment, June station 5.The of naval the ask that and Wednesday heart-searching.June 17tb They, be children were the guests of :Mr. lng', and continue next Sundar,

the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. E. S. Kinnear. the Rev. and shower honoring Miss Sunshine I and Mrs. Henry Carlton Sunday.Mr. erybody Is invited IndeftlllltlJ
of set of and
United States Department Agri- apart as a day fasting
T Ritch, tJr. The W. Cove Hundley, bride-elect. William Carlisle of LacooheeIs Rev.
James Hamilton Mrs. C. Rogers, Green culture' bureau of chemistry and prayer. Our people are requestedto and Mrs. F. M.T.,,
q 4 Impressive ring ceremony was per- Springs; Mrs. W. L. Mathews, Mrs. Miss Marjorie Stump played several soils, for which the last congress refrain from the mid-day meal, visiting his children, Mr. and shopping in Starke last Sat!>>
W. Jones In the piano selections, and gave a, Mrs. Henry Carlton. Mr.
s. formed by F. presence Julia Mattox, Mrs. Coleman Sea appropriated $40,000, and for which and either (In the church or in com- B. M. McMillan
d of relatives of the contratctng graves, Mrs. E. V. Turner, Mrs. W reading "My Name is Snow Ball; ten cities and localities in Georgia' munity circles give themselves to Miss Ellen Blackwelder, spent left last Sunday for and 111

: parties and intimate friends. B. Cone, all of Macclenny.The .which she dedicated to the bride. Sunday with Miss Nettle Carlisle. where they will MuI..
Florida offered free
i I and recently earnest prayer. If at the close of spend the
+ flowers were Miss Elizabeth Kendrick tookch&rge Miss Pearl Carlton
is White and pink meeting convened at 10< spent the months.
cites and faculties, will be located such a day the regular: Wednesday
used in decorating the rooms of the o'clock In the morning and at 12:30: ; and conducted a contest Forest at I week-end with her sister, :Mrs. Ella Misses Margaret
I In the Osceola National prayer service'could be turned Intoa and
floor of the residence, while luncheon "Furnishing the Bride's Home, Carlton.
lower was served by the hostess Pearce of Starke
Olustee, Fla. according to the announcement testimonial I ,
meeting, closing with were
sf'' in the room where the ceremony society at the Woman's Club build. the winner of this contest being Dr. I Mrs. Sallie Blackwelder spent of their cousin, Miss Iller,
made
public by the observance of the Lord's
" r +' was performed only white flowers :Miss Amy Moore, and she was Sup- 'Sunday with Mrs. L. Waters. last Blanch.
ing.The Henry O. Knight, chief of the bureau per, this will prove to be a day of Saturday.
, and greenery were used. The bridal following persons took parton awarded a box of face powder. of and soils. Miss Irene Tyre of Lulu, spent Mr. Carpenter and
chemistry in church's
signal our ex- family
stood before a background of the While Miss Kendrick softly played power the week-end
i party program for the day: Mr. Dr. W. W.' Skinner Dr. F. P. with Mrs. Mae Dicks. latka, have apartmsntg
1. 'f + bamboo, and on each aide were W. C. Rogers, of Green Cove "Sweetheart' Hold My Hand," little perience.The Mr. 1C Tyre of Worthington, Sullivan residence ml to! !
Vletch and"V. the ,
Harper, com- commission of spiritual life and
placed floor baskets containing Springs; Mrs. L. C. Prescott, of Master Julian Grids entered the spent the wek-end In Lulu with the summer
mittee of naval-stores months
Y a : .. white Kladloll: Easter lilies were Starke, :Mrs. Julia Mattox of Mac- hall pulling a pink and white deco- specialists requests our pastors and people to his parents.Mr. M. L. here.
from the Bureau of Chemistry and Join heartily in the observance of Watterson and U J,,
used baskets. rated and basket filled with t
also in
large wagon
clenny, Mrs. J. C. Prosser Avon- J. S.-Dicks of Worthington, were visitors to
Soils and the forest service chosento the
this of
day intercession in whichwe step
Previous to the ceremony, Mr. dale church, Jacksonville, Mrs. many beautiful gifts which he presented spent the weekend in Lulu with last Saturday. *
select a site report that after
,
are all asked to scrutinize
Nolan Canova, accompanied by Coleman Seagraves, of Macclenny, to the bride. our- his brother and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Misses Annie
of the ten different Laura
Mrs. F. H. Long sang At Dawning Mrs. A. Wood, of Starke, Mrs. Rob-, The hostess of the evening servedan inspection com- selves, our Ideals and our plans of Sid Tyre. Doris Mead Tucte

x' and 0 Promise Me. As the strains ert Rivers, of Jacksonville; the Ice course and home made cakeIn munities, Olustee, Fla., was selected work, believing it will help us on Mr.. H. G. Crawford busi- are attending
was a meeting of the
as the location from which the Girls'
of Mendelssohn Wedding March pink and white. The hall was our way to a spiritual awakening. 4-H a
f7 Rev. W. F. Jones of Starke; Mrs. ness visitor in Lake Butler Satur- Talalhassee this
::11a rang out the maid of honor, Miss Edward P. Pfaff of Jacksonville. decorated with shasta daisies, fern new experiment station can best The date la Wednesday, June 17th. week.

Harriet latch, entered the room Music was furnished by Mrs. E. K. and gladioli for this enjoyable serve the of the entire South.naval stores Industry Arthur J. Moore, day.Miss Eva Johnson of Lulu Is Hampton Defeats Grata

followed by the bride on the arm Perryman, Mrs. F. H. Long, Mrs. gathering. Olustee is on the edge of the Chm. Com. on Spiritual Life. spending a'while with her uncle In a close game Saturdaji

of her father Mr J. H. Ritch, and A. Z. Adklna and Miss Ethel Grif- : Osceola National Forest, only a and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. J. 8. Dicks. noon the Hampton nine deft

they were met at the altar by the fin. W. M. V. MEETS, few miles 'south of the Georgia- TAKES OVER Mel MANAGEMENT Miss Gladys Dicks returned to the Graham nine by a wide mi
bridegroom and his best man, Mr. .
Florida line, Jn the heart of the her home in Dukes after a visit. In.- Although Hampton waik
? C. C. Hoppe of Tampa. LINGERIE SHOWER Circle No. 2 of the Baptist W. great yellow-pine area, surrounding Saint Augustine. capped by Graham having

?! d The young bride, who Is a decided M. U. met Monday afternon at the Okefenokee swamp where Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Gaunt and Miss Effie Mae Holton and her players, they put it on ton
9 f blonde, made a pretty picture Honoring Miss Sunshine Hund-
i 3:30: at the home, of Mrs. E. W. surveys have shown that longleafand ion of Jacksonville, have movedto brother, Gordon, and friend, Miss the same. The game wu.
attired In a simple white satin ley, who is to be married to Mr.
1 Hayes. The devotional was opened yellow pine reproduce more : Starke and have apartments for Ellen Blackwelder, were the guestsof ham's until the last inning
mode with long sleeves, full Williams of
Harvey Ocala
gown I Friday, with a scripture reading, by the rapidly than at any place' In the the present at :Mrs. F. H. Long. Mr. Mrs. Carlton Saturday night Hampton playing on one out*
:ra,t long skirt, and a viel of white tulle the O. A.'s gave a lingerie showerat circle leader. Mrs. A. :M. Darby, United States. 'The Osceola' Na- Gaunt takes over the managementof Mr.. Resale Carlton spent the ten runs, making a final
+. ornamented with orange blossoms the home of Mrs. W. J. Epperson 16 to 9.Dickinson.
who also offered prayer. tional Forest practically borders on the M-O Store, succeding J. A. week-end with his brother Mr.
tl She carried of white
a bouquet rosebuds
afternoon from
? Wednesday One new member Mrs. Chas. and forms the waterhead of the famous Saul who has''had charge of the Harlle Carlton. the pitcher for Hi
; and valley hlUes.y 3:30: to 0:30 o'clock.
:
Overstreet, was added to the clrle. Suwannee river. store since it wad established here. ton was the star pitcher ud\
y The maid of honor, Miss Harriet Shasta daisies and
k gladioli were New fans will be bought for The station'Will be In that'partof '' :Mr. Gaunt has had eight years experience ter, scoring four runs Mo
; Hitch, sister of the bride, wore a effectively arranged In the'home, I showed
the church. After a short business the Osceola Forest which the in the business, having up well as catcher
dainty frock of pink point de where the
4, spray guests were entertained session, the meeting adjourned and forest service willdevote to research been connected with'. the Plggly- HAMPTON Return game at Grahaia
e and her flowers were pink rosebuds An interesting program as follows Mlu Ada Al.a... 13.
Cow. Everybody invitedKitchen
i and lace fern. was rendered: was folowed by a social half hour, on gum: production. The Wiggly organization .in Jackson _
during which time the hostess served ville.
K; The bride is the second daughterof Readings: (a) "Miter Moon" (b) scientific research by the Bureauof
ice cream and cake to the following S Mr. and Mrs. W.
Chemistry and Soils will be T. McEver of
_ of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Ritch, and Is "Stolen Pants"-Kelba Silcox.
: Mrs. A. M. Darby Mrs O. closely related. TAKES OVER INSURANCE near Graham, were the guests of
t member of the
a popular younger Reading: : "Etmira's Last Beau"Eunice
set. :Mr. Durden is the only son of Canova. .1. Griffin, Mrs. F. F. Flume, Mrs. The committee regards: the con- AGENCY Hr. and Mrs. M. L. Watterson last Cabinet
A. L. Kahr, Jr., Mrs. Chas. Over- trol of from -- Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Durden, of Solos: (a) "When I'm With You"b fug government-own You have often wanted ij
street and Mrs. E. W. ed T. T. Long has been L. A.
Hayes. land appointed
and 'the coordination of Wynn and family, are
Hampton, and is employed by the -( ) "Nobody But You"-Mrs. J. local cabinet In your kitchen. H
W state rood department in Bradford D. Doyle.A the naval stores work with that of representative of the Equitable spending the week at Keystone we suggest that you visit

k; county. The young couple received bridal contest was held with CIRCLE 3 OF BAPTIST W. M. the forest service, which this site has Life Assurance Company and Heights, and will participate in store and see some nice mo*
taken
makes possible, as a great advant- already up his duties fishing and hunting while there..
6 many beautiful gifts and were Melba Silcox and Eunice Canova S. MEETS Mr. on display and at reauDdj
showered with good wishes for receiving prizes. age and one which assurse perma- Long was formerly connected B. Y. Saxon Is repairing his two- prices, too.

their future 11te.Immediately The honoree was then directed Circle No. 3 met at the home of nency of control and occupancy by with the Ford agencies in Starke story residence on the corner of CASH OR CREDIT

w alter the ceremony Into the tea garden on a treasure Mrs. G. W. Alderman Monday af- the department.. This control, they and Lake City, giving up the latter Church and Main streets. It will be
point out, can not be expected with position> to return to Starke to enter occupied by Dr. M..V. :Miller In the DENMARKFURNITURE
punch was served, from a charm- hunt, and found there a clothesline ternoon with seven members pres-
ingly decorated table, by Miss Betty filled with lovely gifts. ent. The scripture 'reading was privately owned land, even under the insurance field. The company near future. CO.

Chamberlain. The guests were The bride-elect wore a frock of read by Mrs. G. P. Raymond from the most sympathetic cooperation, I old life he Insurance will represent is one of the Mrs. M. Cv Sweeney and sister, T. C. CHASTAEf. Mgr.

also served with a dainty ice rust colored flat crepe with accessories part of the 6th chapter of John since the destruction' trees or companies of the Miss Marlon Jones who have been

I course, pink and white being the to match. r and 12th chapter of Hebrews, fob the cost of material" is 'an expense country, ranking as one of the lead- the guests of their aunt, Mrs. Kam-

color motif. A salad course was served in the lowed by prayer by Krs.,W. J. Ep- too great to *x'p Iet' of any collaborator ers. -

The bride's traveling dress was tea garden by Mrs. W. J. Eppersonand person. After the business session; a !

of dark dark blue silk crepe, with :Mrs Ray Newsom.The the rest of the afternoon was spent' The selection of this site in the

I r light blue trimmings and accessories. invited guests were: Mrs. in sewing. The collection for the! Osceola Forest will enable visiting I i CARL'S CASH CORNERIn

I, Shortly after the ceremony Ray Newsom, Mrs. J, H. Hundley, afternoon was 84 cents. Mrs. Alderman producers to see and study on a MILLEREllen

Mr. and Mrs. Durden left for a Mrs. H. A:Dew, Mrs. G. A. Ander- assisted by her daughter, single trip the whole subjejct from I BlackweMor. Cor.

11; wedding trip in South Florida. son of Lawtey, Mrs. J. D. Doyle, Mrs. S. P.. Vandiviere, served de- the woods work by the forest service -I S. R. Johns Building-Opposite Depot

u When they return they will be at Mrs. Dale Vanslckel, Miss Mildred licious punch and cake to the following through the still work and Mr. J. S. Howard and Mr. H. G.

r+' home to their friends at the home Hundley Miss Dorothy Sapp, Miss ladles present: .Mrs. W. J. packaging by the Bureau of Chem- Crawford of Dukes, were business Phone 45 Starke, Fid. 'WeDeliw

of Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Durden In Eunice Canova, Miss Kitty Hogsed, Epperson, Mrs. S. G. Lewis, Mrs.R. istry and Soils. > visitors to Hastings Wednesday of

Hampton. Mice Murla Weeks, Miss Loiselle A. Newsom, Mrs. Rosa Good- One consideration which guided last week. '

y The out of town guests were: Turner Miss. Sarah Hope Haynes, man, Mrs. G. P. Raymond and Mrs. the committee In the selection of :Mr. Everette Snyder of Dukes,

Miss :May Peek of Jacksonville, Miss Thelma Priest, Miss Pauline P. M. Barefoot. Olustee Is Its accessibility to naval was a business visitor in .Jacksonville SPECIALS FOR FRIDAY SAW,

t :Mrs. J. W. Klncald of Cattlesburg, Priest, Miss Melba Silcox, Miss I stores producers of Georgia and Saturday. ,

Ky., Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Hoppe of Thelma Silcox, Miss Martha I Florida by good'roads and rail :Mr. E. B. Jones of Dukes was a

: Tampa, Mrs. H. C. Richard of Pa-, Brownlee, Miss Frances Hemingway BIRTHDAY PARTY I roads. The town Is only 12 miles DAY AND MONDAY

latka, Mr. and Mrs. DeWitt C.I Miss Lena Belle Shepard, Miss from Lake City a railway center
Alma Murrbee celebrated her
;Jones, Miss Elise Jones of Cleo Shepard, Miss Louise Ed- 'where mechanical service and sup
vIDe OaInes-1 |eleventh birthday with a party at plies are available. Also, the
Nolan Canova of wards Miss Alice Silcox, Miss Fan- areasurrounding' FLORIDATHEATRE
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the home of her grandmother Mre.Anna .
and Mrs. B. S. Carroll of Daytona; nie Silcox Miss Thelma Andreu Olustee contains several -

Beach Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Boring of' Miss Martha Powell and Miss Eva Murrhee, Saturday afternoon different types of soils and .4&
'; from 4 to 0:30: o'clock. has a large available lOpoundsSugare -
_1' Lake Butler, Mr. and ,101... H. C. Rigdon. supply of
.... The home was prettily decorated from
Drown of gum each of the turnenUn@
Lawtey, Mr. and Mrs. A.
GAINESVILLE
:A., Durden, Miss Hilda Durden, WOMAN'S CLUB MEETS for this happy occasion with daisies yielding pines, approximately 60 FLA.
'
_ Mrs. T. J. Durden, Mrs. Donnie I and other garden flowers. A color per cent longleaf and 60 per cent BEST WHITE BACON, pound _12c

,l Cheerer, all of Hampton. The Woman Club of Starke held scheme of pink and white predomi slash which will enable thorough Program Week June 12 PURE 2&
nated in the decorations also in the CREAMERY BUTTER pound
its final meeting of the club year study of the gums and the develop- -

I Wednesday- afternon at 3 o'clock refreshments served. Favors were ment of products.Dr. I

a LADIES AUXILIARY OF with Mrs. L. A. Davis in the chair. lollypopa. W. W. Skinner, assistant TODAY I

PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH The collect was repeated followed Outdoor games and contests chief of the chemical and techno- Maxwell House Del Monte

MEET by the club song "Suwannee were enjoyed by the young guests. logical research unit of the Bureauof CLARA BOW I or

River" and the The'honorees mother was assistedby Chemistry and Soils in
flag salute. After speakIng -
The Ladles Auxiliary of the the regular order of business the Mrs. P. M. Barefoot' in enter for the committee, said the es- In"KICK Coffee 29c

M' Presbyterian church met Tuesday following officers and chairmen for taining. tablishment of the bureau's naval pound .

a evening at the home of Mrs. J; :M. the ensuing year were Installed: Those present were: Betty Lee stores experiment station was the IN" ,

Mitchell. President Mrs. Kruse, Clarice Gill, Lecy Ann Dew, culmination of of
t N. D. Wainwright years efforts on With
$1t Miss Mabel Weller, vice-presi Hartwell Dew Mary Harriet Bishop the part of the Industry to obtaina REGIS TOONEY 1-2 Pound Orange Pekoe Tea,-'____________ 30t

( dent, was in charge of the meetingand I Vice President and Chairman of Buddy Bishop, Julian Grlffls, station where' the problems of

also led the devotional using ,Civics-Mrs.,W. E. Middle ton. Louise Stern, Clara Flume, Nettle the producer could be studied and Del Monte Sliced or grated Pineapple

for her toplo "A Study In"Stewardship Recording Secretary-Mrs. W. Dowling Juanita Barefoot Carol solved, and where the moat effective SATURDAY"DUDE No. 2 1-2 cans __,__________________---lS3
of Time end Talents. 0., Halle. White, Ruby Conner A. J. Thomas, methods and equipment wouldat

t' Mrs. E. :M. Davis was in charge Treasurer Mrs. R. F. Demorest Jr., Clarice Thomas, Sarah Bare- all time be accessible for in- RANCH'With CHARMER COFFEE _-_ 13t
+ of the The of foot, Vera Claire
$ program. subject Department Chairmen: Robinson Lorraine formation Inspection and guid-

discussion was "The Study of the Education-Mra. T. J. Alderman. Hartmann and Lillian Stump. ance. "We feel that the establishment

:l Philippine Islands.: Mrs. T. N. Legislation-Mrs. D. E. Knight. '0METUOD1ST of this station Is probably 2 21c
Jack Oakie pound Carton Lard
Mrs. H. H. and
Kendrick Thing Music Mr*. R. J. Davte. MISSIONARY more significant to the naval -
Mrs. G. H. took the Added Lloyd Hamilton Com-
Lorwy, part on Health-Mn. O. M. Inman. SOCIETY stores Industrythan anything that I

n ,program. American( Home-Mrs. L. D. has been done In recent year. edy.CartoonMonday 8 Pound SOt
During the social half hour Mrs. Green The regular-monthly business says Doctor Skinner PAIL LARD ____________...______

$ ,, Mitchell Mitchell,, served assisted refreshments.by Miss Lucille Beautlfication. -Mrs. J. I. Frame. In and the program meeting will be held -S- & Tuesday Good smoked Bacon, pound ____________ 1&

church Monday afternoon at CARTERHOBOESFriends r
Standing Conunltttte Chairmen: 3:30.: Joan CrawfordIn

TACKY PARTY GIVEN Finance-Mrs. H. A* Dew. -
: of Dalton
Carter and1&
House-To be filled. of Law- Pure Cream Cheese
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tey, and Miss ROM I
U. D. C. NOTICEThe Hodges of
Membership Mrs.O. L.
,
A crowd Beasley.
is large enjoyed the tacky Starke will learn with Interest
; party given by the Starke Wood- Press-Mrs. S. L. Peek. their of "Laughing Sinners"
In 1St
School annual picnic of the W. T. marriage Auburndale, Sat- 3 large or 6 small __
Mrs.
'men Circle at the Armory Wednesday E. K. Perryman. urday afternoon at carnation Milk ____ --
Weeks chapter U. D. C. will be seven-thirty at.
Program-Mrs. C. A. Futch.
vL Music evenuur.I for the affair was furnish After adjournment the following held In the Klngsley Lake cottageof Parrish the home,on of Aral Mr. and Mrs. O. P.I| WEDNESDAY 12 Ibs. Hunneysuckle flour (guaranteed) -&

ti musical program was enjoyed: Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Hill on Wednesday : avenue. Only I
ed Mr. L. S. Misses
by Hutto Sunshine
clone BILLY
a' friends and DOVEIn &
r+'' and Mildred Hundley and Piano solos: (a) In the Gardenof June 1T. 1931.MATTHEWNORMAN. contracting parties relatives witnessed of the 24 Ibs. Hunneysuckle Flour (guaranteed)

d Miss, Estello Kendrick.Old Tomorrow (Deppen); (b) Ahl! the S5t

and young enjoyed games Tls a Dream (Hawley)-Mrs. D. E. Mr.-ceremony Bennett, which of Auburndale.was performed by 21 pounds Dove Self-rising Flour ______-
Mr.
r' appropriate to the occasion, and Knight and Mrs. Carter "Lady Who Dared" J fA
Piano solo I Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Norman'. will reside near 96 pounds Dove $
P an hour of old fashion square : Rondo Brilliant (La Lawtey. Self-rising Flour _-----
dancing was enjoyed. Caiete); -'Mrs. E. )L DavU. nounce the. marriage of their

", The Woodmen Circle realized a An'ice course with wafers was daughter, Jeannette Kathleen to Mr.Mrs.and Carter Mrs. Is W.the M.-daughter of Thursday & Friday 60 pound Tubs Lard. _'_ $8fA
i served by the hostess committee Mr. Eugene Jack Matthew. The Hodges of
nice sum from this benefit party. SJS
qa .,-.._.-. which waa composed of Mrs. C. A. wedding took place on Thursday of I tives Starke of, and Auburndal had been visiting rela Janet Gayner 50 pound Tins,, Pure Lard $ ,

Knight, Mrs. D. C. Jones, :Mrs. T. J. last week May 28th 1031. I for a few

(. E.'.HAVE! WEINER ROAST Alderman, Mrs. H. A. Dew Mra ,. The bride is'a well known girl of weeks. rManavtata Warner BaxterIn 96 pounds GRITS _..,______..__----# ails

Pearl Snyder. Mrs. J. F. Colley the Hellbrona Spring..ecUon.The .rA
T The C. E.'s had a weiner roast at I Mrs E. K. Perryman and Mrs. E. groom is the son of Jack Matthew, -$12.000 addition be- I In 96 pounds MEAL _- $!

Mitchell's cottage at KIngsley lake I W. Hayes. Sr. of Bluefleld. Va. ng erected tofAtwood Grapefruit "Daddy r_ __
Long
Friday: evening.'! The couple left immediately' Company building.. Legs"10c&60e

c: Fololwing a swim in the lake Iavemess"Sinclair j "-Qt>I Cem- Columbia.. Pass wh.r*'theyvwill Palmetto r- Street from Main ....... ....... We have a complete line of fresh Fruits and

welners were roasted, after which pany WIll erect gas and oil stationat snake their home for'the next few street to Lemon avenue being

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daughter, !.Iarjorl-S; of Jacksonville nett, Mrs. A. L. Kahr Jr., and Mrs. LOADS CARLOAD OF LIMA when we go home.

spent Sunday with Dr. and W. A. Colley motored to Amsterdam BEANS AT HAWTHORN ? Very truly yours,
Mrs. W. E. Middleton. Ga.. Sunday where :Mrs. Col- I Lucille Douglas. J

Bits of ley win visit with rtlatives for two J. T. Moore of Lawtey, loaded a kg J News Reporter.
Miss Mona Alderman left Satur- weeks. They also visited Bain- car load of lima beans at Hawthornlast .

day for Cincinnati to resume her bridge and Attapulgus, Ga. Tuesday. The car contained Florida Statute Held
work at the Cincinnati Conserva- 633 baskets for which he
paid i*
I N4. tory of Music. $1,660.30. Invalid Regulation !
IDeal Mrs. G. H. Lowry and Miss Lu- Tallahassee, Fla., June 8, 1931. l
This la the first car of lima beansto Of Contract Truckers '
cille :Mitchell leave Saturday for
Mr. and Mrs. C. N. Christy and be shipped from this section and Dear Editor:
Our People Basinet and Mrs. S. R. John will return Sunday New Smyrna, to attend the New I the were well with Bradford.UnlonI I
Concerning Smyrna Conference held under the growers pleased We girls of Contract Truck Haulers Held to Be ,
Progrw of the County and Town. from a visit In Pltthburgh. Pa., auspices of the Board of Christian I the price given.Mr. counties who are Visiting the short Private and Not CommonCarrlf'nDt'Clalon
and other polntsTn the north. Education of the Presbyterian, Moore was to load anothercar course for .-n club girls at Tallahassee j of ,

church. It convenes from June 13' Friday and Saturday. It wouldbe want you people back hometo General Interest a''
Mrs. Fannie L. Hopson and' to June 20.Congressman. well If the farmers of Bradford know how much we appreciateyou -
acgSanacJCJ -'" a granddaughter, Miss Vera Mae I county would grow this crop. sending us up here. We don't Washington D. C., June 5.-The
and Mrs H. A. Bishop werefit. Col. A. S. Crews was in Jacksonville Hoffman of Orlando, are"Visiting: R. A. Green spoke i < feel that words can express our Florida statute requiring all auto
Friday. Thursday on professional busi-
I last relatives In Starke.
Augustine for kindness.We transportation
ness. at the high school commencement BRADFORD USES 118 appreciation your companies using
exercises at Yulee Tuesday eve- TONS FERTILIZER had a very enjoyable ride vehicles in transporting persons or
H. Smith was 'a visitor George Inman Billy Graham, crowd the coming up here. We came through property for compensation to secure '
E. Mrs. J. E. is ning, a capacity filling -
tun. Wednesday. Corpening visiting Ben Sternberg, Eldredge Robinson, several towns. We stopped at a filling certificate from the State
auditorium. The -
Jacksonville relatives in North Carolina for large congressman Bradford county used a total of
sev-
and John
Inman attended the
station about o'clock and Railroad
year- one Commission has been 1
eral weeks. also attended the annual W. 118 tons of fertilizer during the
ly football training school at the ate lunch under a large oak tree. held invalid by the supreme courtof
Wainwright held at ,
Mrs. W. M. O. W. picnic Fellowship month of May as compared with
and
University of Florida this week. We arrived here at the college the United States.
I In ,Jacksonville.Bora Marion county Thursday after- 92 tons to
nt Saturday Miss Ada Nimmo of Hampton, during April according
about 4:30. The
grounds : They assigned specific case cited Is that of
Isguest was attending to business mattersIn Mrs. H. E. Brown and daughters, noon. the monthly report Issued by the us our rooms and gave us cards to E. S. Smith, engaged in hauling
Embry of Quincy Inspection bureau, department of
8S Middleton. Starke Tuesday. Miss Golda Brown of Starke, and Miss Pearle Manning and Mrs. fill out with name and room num merchandise as a private carrier
Hazel agriculture. For the state
as a
:Miss
E of Mrs. A. M.! Enderlln of Asheville, A. L. Kahr Jr., accompanied Miss whole for the Atlantic-& Pacific Tea Co..
ber.We
4z Mon- :M. Leviton spent Sunday at Far- N. C., spent last week in Miami visIting Lois Colley to Jacksonville Tuesday consumption during May had dinner at 6:30.: At 7:30: and serving but this one customer t '
spent showed a big Increase the
:Mr. Gerald Middleton Gainesville. go, Ga., visiting his brother, B. relatives and friends. where she sailed on the Chero- ceding month the report over crediting pre- we assembled In the auditorium under contract. In the opinion ;
jy and Tuesday-in: Leviton. for the opening meeting. Our lights written by Chief Justice Charles
kee for New York City, to visit May with 41,235 tons and April ,
LV. his Mrs. A. M. Enderlin returned to her brother, Car; Colley, who is 24.560 tons. flash at 9:30: ; we know that means Evans Hughes, the court.held the
W. F. Jones.visiting, Sweet potato plants $1.50 per her home in Asheville, N. C., after manager of the Windsor Hotel, for In this imedlate section the re- I get ready for bed. Lights flash law unconstitutional. Among other

la Miami. thousand at Klckliter's. spending a few days in Starke visiting a couple of weeks. port for May gives the following: again at 9:45: everybody must get reasons, it was declared that

her parents, Mr. and Mrs. H Alachua 85 tons. Baker 47 In bed and be quite. "There does not appear to be the
rubbers tons.
Fruit Jars caps and at Mrs. Edward Burns, Mrs. W. O.Halle E. Brown. Mrs. Simon Demaree-of Gainesville Clay 123 tons, Columbia 119 tons, Saturday morning we had group slightest Justification for makinga

[cutter's. and Mrs. T. J. Alderman mother of Mrs. Herbert Bitch Putnam 846 tons, Union 23 tona. organization. We are divided Into distinction between those who
Mrs.L. spent Monday In Jacksonville. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Saul returned died Friday afternoon following a Polk county used more than one- eleven groups. News reporting, mu- carry for hire farm products, or EI
Mrs. W. M. Wainwright'and Tuesday from a week's visit in Atlanta brief illness. Funeral services fourth the state total the report sic, appreciation, food conservation milk or butter, or fish or oyster

a Frazee were la Jacksonville Miss Lois Colley left Wednesdayfor Ga. They will return to At- were conducted Sunday afternoon crediting it with 11.772 tons, while gardening poultry, clothing: and those who carry for hire bread :

mrsday. New York for a visit with her lanta today where they will make from the First Christian church. four counties reported no sales of nutrition, council, home improvement or sugar, or tea or coffee or groceries ;

brother Mr. Carr Colley. their home.' Among those from Starke attending one ton or over. personal hygiene and com.' in general, or other useful

,Mrs T. J. Griffin"and Miss Ante the funeral were: Mr. and Mrs.T. recreation. commodities."
Darby were visitors In" Jack- Mrs. W. A. Colley is ,spending a Mrs. Herbert Bitch returned T. Long Mrs. D. P. Carpenter FRANK CLARK FOR CONGRESS I Saturday afternoon we went to The decision is a blow to the

'- Lrllle Monday. while -in Amsterdam, Ga., with her Thursday from Gainesville where Mr. and Mrs. J. IL Bitch Sr., Mrs. visit Tallahassee. Saturday evening railroads many of which made

a husband.Col. she had been for sometime on ac Hamilton Bitch Miss Ethel Griffin Washington. June 7. Frank we were entertained by the strenuous efforts to have similar
.Mrs.: Robert F. Conway of AlIny count of the illness and death of and Miss Madge Middleton. Clark of Florida, today announcedhe college (-II Club. laws enacted In other states-and

N. Y., is the guest of her slsr and Mrs. A. S. Crews spent her mother Mrs. Simon Demaree would attempt to re-enter the Sunday morning we went to Sun- with success In several Instance

.. | Mrs., Paul E. Canova, Jr. the week-end in Madison with Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. E. O. Allen Mrs. house of representatives, from day school and church. The contraot carriers have taken

Crews' sister, Mrs. J. H. Kelly. Mr. and Mrs- W. W. Paige, ,Jr.. B. O. Clarke, Mr. Fred Clarke, Mr. which he retired In 1929, after 20 We were visited by some of the from the railroads vastly more,
All varieties field peas at Kick of Jacksonville spent the week-end and Mrs. George McConnell Miss years Incumbency.Clark .-11 club boys, who had attended freight business than the motor vehicle

11i er's. Miss Jessie Lee Surrency and with Mr. and:;Mrs. W. H. Struth Rose Richards Bob Hamilton Mike who was formerly elected the short course for boys at Gaines common carriers. In many: ;

Miss Eunice Surrency of Tampa, Mrs. Paige, remained for a longer Mickler of St. Augustine, Mr. and from the second district said he ville. Only one of the boys was states 4 the latter are subject to il

f CoL and Mrl..D.Knight were spent the week-end with Mr. and visit. Mrs Claude Gheeling, Miss Mar- would seek election In 1932 as rep- from Union, Hugh Dukes, and you substantially the same sort of reg-

tutors to Jacksonville and St. Au- Mrs. P. .M. Barefoot. garet Clarke of Atlanta, Mrs. Min- sentatlve-at-large, since the legislature know we were glad to have one ulation that is applied to the railroads Im

taune the first of the week. Mrs. Olin White, Etholin White, nie D. Lowden of Miami, Mr. and failed to create a districtfor boy from our county and we would In addition to which the motor

Miss Hazel Middleton returned Carol and Olin White, Jr., left Wed- Mrs. W. Stringfellow and children the additional member of congress have liked to have had more 4-H carriers frequently pay special ,Jl

Mrs. D. E. Knight and Mrs. W. Tuesday from Jacksonville Beach nesday for West Palm Beach to Mr. and Mrs. M. D. Carter given the state by reappor- boys from our county.We taxes for their use of the highways.

!!! Middleton were In Gainesvilleonday. where she spent several days on a visit Mrs. White's sister, Mrs. G. C. and daughter Louie Belle enjoyeda tionment.The had flag services this after- > *
noon. Mr. Bennett and some of Fort Myers I. Z. Kessler
purchased -
[ house party. Bates. picnic at Kingsley Lake Sunday former representative Is an
I the Boy Scouts were there from New Quality Market
attorney and served! on the tariff 7
,:Mrs. R. J. Davis and Mrs. H. V. Mrs. B. M. Prevatt returned to Miss Louise Thede, a popular stu- G. W. Hinson, county commis- commission after leaving congress. Suwannee county.
flight spent Wednesday In Jack- her home in Green Cove Monday dent of B. H. S. who will be a sioner of the Hampton district, in Again we girls of Bradford and
>nville. after spending several weeks In member of the senior class this company with O. C. :Mann and E. TUNE IN ON BASEBALL PROGRAM Union counties thank you peoplefor DR. R. W. MARTIN {
Starke. session, has been in DeLand and M. Gnann of Palatka, spent several sending us up here. We feel DENTIST

Mrs. O. L. Beasley, Mrs. T. B.ossle Daytona.Beach for several weeks, days of last week in the southern All those who are interested In that we are learning more about l }
club work and how to be better cit ('hone 83 lours I 9 to 51 I
[ and Mrs. J. W. Kincaid were Rep. N.. D. Wainwright, Sr., returned the guest of Miss Louella Tatum. part of the state, the party going the American Legion's baseball izens for our state. We will tell
tors In Jacksonville Wednesday. to Tallahassee Tuesday after down the west coast and crossingover program tune In on station WRUF Over Corpening's Drug Store
about what have done
spending the week-end here Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Davis and to the east coast by the Taml- June ISth, from 8:30: to 9:00: p. m. you more we

I!Mr. and Mrs. B. W. Hodges and with his family. Miss Del Perryman motored to ami' Trail. Mr. Hlnson says considerable All boys are eligible under 17 -

i ughter, of Jacksonville, were vis- Jacksonville Tuesday and were accompanied activity is to be seen in years of age and their parents are STEAM PRESSING COMPANY !

Dr[ relatives In Starke Sunday. Mrs. H. C. Wall returned Wed- home by Miss Mollie the Miami section where prepara- especially urged to listen to the addresses I SUITS CLEANED PRESSED AND RESHAPED \ '
nesday from Tampa, where she Hardee of Fernandina who will be tions are already under way for on the air at the above 4' I''I

|Mrs. W. I* Wall returned Wed- spent several days visiting rela- their guest. building Dew racing: plants follow- hour. J. Frank Thoman-Phone 52 i

my from Jacksonville where tives. ing the passag of the bill legalizIng

|>e spent the past week. Mr. and Mrs. L. Wyman and horse and dog racing in Flor-

,I Miss Del Perryman of Washington daughter Ruth, sailed from Jacksonville ida.

Mrs. E. S. Matthews and Miss Ga., arrived Sunday and is Tuesday for Boston Mass.,
orence Matthews spent Tuesdayd the guest of her uncle and aunt, where they will spend some time. HEAVY RAINSATURDAY FRIDAY 12th SATURDAY 13th
Wednesday In Jacksonville. Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Davis. They were accompanied as far as NIGHT
Jacksonville by Mr. and Mrs. Edward -

Miss Vesta Pruitt of Fernandina, Mr. and Mrs. L. D Green and Burns. Starke got a touch of the severe

l the guest of Mr. and Mrs. O. L.leaaley. family spent Sunday in Mayo with storm that swept the northern sec-
:Mrs. Green's mother, Mrs. L. A. Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Brownlee and tion of the state from the Apalach- SPECIALSt
Dees. Miss Mary Brownlee spent week Icola river east to Jacksonville Sat-

Mr. and Mrs. W, II. Wheeler of end in DeLand with Col. and Mrs.J. urday night but the only damage
Futch. Mrs. Brownlee and done was a burnt out transformerat
bckaonvUle, were guests of Mr.d Mrs.' R. P. McLarln and Mr. F. E.
Brownlee remained fora the house and part of the
Miss Mary power
Mrs..L. s. Hutto Saturday.Mrs. McLarin of Falrburn Ga., are the
week's visit. town placed in darkness when primary -
guests of Dr. and Mrs. O. L. .
Una Albury of Miami is Haynes. lines were burnt in two when BEST Compound KINGAN'S BOXBACON.

siting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. J. W. Klncald and Mrs. Ed- short-circuited by limbs of trees.
', of Cattlesburg, Ky., Reports state considerable damagewas
E. Brown of Starke. gar Phlpps
Dr. and Mrs. O. L. Haynes and
Mrs. Roy Pennington Mrs. John done around Jacksonville by White Bacon LARD
family, Mrs. R. P. McLarln and .
Mr. Jr. Koba, Mrs. John H. Waugh and hall, although the immediate section
and Mrs. A. L. Kahr, Mr. Frank McLarin spent Friday in
nd Miss Pearle were in Mrs. Virginia Van Sant of Ashland, around Starke escaped and
Manning
C NineavUle Monday night. Jacksonville.- Ky., arrived Saturday and are Waldo was visited by high winds, Poundlie 2 pounds - 2Ie 1 pound - 32e
spending a while at Kingsley lake raiD and hall putting all light,
Mrs. F. H. Long is visiting her
Mr. at Biggs' cottage. power and telephone lines out of .... .
W. E. Yarbrough, of Pittsrgh. -
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commission. Crops were reported
Pa., is spending several Mrs. B. S. Carroll of Daytona
returned damaged by hail, cars were
Carter
>eeka In Starke with relatives. Miss Louie Belle
r Beach. home Sunday after visiting in "drowned out" on the highwaysand
state road forces were called No. 2 Tomatoes 2 15c
Mrs. St. Augustine. While there she ac-
E. L. Middleton of Jacksone Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Canova and cans
companied Mr. and :Mrs. C. A. out to clear trees from the highwayto
and
Mrs. Hundell of
Cecil little daughter, Mary Ann were
Miss Margaret Clarkeof Ocala.
and
ocoa. spent Tuesday. _Starke. guests of Mrs. E. E. Canova for Gheeling
Atlanta to Miami, for a visit ._... _. .. .
weekend.Mrs. --
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Was Jessie Dowllng of Lake Butt with relatives.

C t visiting at the home of Dr.d H. C. Richard of Palatka, 666 '
Mrs. w. E. Middleton. spent several days In Starke this ples The Class members of the of Christian the young church Pea Clearbrook Butter MEAL or GRITS

week guests of friends and rela LIQUID OR TAnlKT S
C Miss Hazel Middleton and Miss will serve home-made Ice cream Relieve* a llf...<-b.. .r Nrmrmtftm' ..
ra tives. and take, and iced tea at the court SO _!..!*.. eheekd. a Col4 tae. first. Pound 28c 8 19cPillsbury's
Embry spent Wednesday In house yard, Saturday June 13, 5 to day ..< eaecka. Malaria !. ...... pounds - -
nvUle. ..
Mr. and Mrs. Paul E. Canova, **r
8 o'clock. Price 23 cents. Every- 66S Halve for Baby's Cold.
C Jr., and Mrs. Robert F. Conway, -
were visitors in Jacksonville body come. 1 .0 .._ T -

r ENT A WORD) Thursday Among those attending the:

Shrine ceremonal at ,Jacksonville Cak'e.Flol:4r 29c
COLUMN Paul Knight returned to Gaines- Beach Saturday and Sunday were: ATLASThe

1J I ville Monday where he will broad- Judge and Mrs. A. Z. Adklns, Mr. .

cast from station VWRUF duringthe and Mrs. B. Jacobs, Mr. and Mrs. No matter how expert you may be, you can bake better cake with this Improved flour.

i; RENT A nice two-room I summer school sesion. H. C. Wall Mr. and Mrs. N. Stern- Standard Oil V .-- -- s .
r apartment berg Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Smith,
bath, and all furnished bills paid, and for $3.60 with :Mrs. A. L. Kahr,Dora Jr., and Manningand Misses Mr. and Mrs. O. M. Slsitrunk Mr. Tire GuaranteedOne OCTAGON LAUNDRYP & C BAR r. ,
Pearle Manning,
r Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Futch.
Pr week. W. E. .It* and
Daugherty
Annie Mae Pearce spent YearFrigidaire

It SATE .Ten acres truck farm Thursday afternoon In Gainesville. Senator and Mrs. E. M. Johns returned Soap,6smaUfor---- SOAP - - - 4c y

1 wtt.l1 growing crops thousandsstrawberry Saturday from Tallahasseeand I / 01 '' Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Epperson and were accompanied by Dr. J. IL .. --
plants
ready.forGood
6eM. family of Jacksonville spent Sun- Coffee of Arcadia, who spent the
building 11-2 miles '
PURE CANE
here with Mr. Epperson's parents -!,
;outh8l18t of Starke. Don't writer day I week-end with Mr. and Mrs. J. C.
Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Kpperson.Mrs. ,
Price-Come and make It. It. Hoover and Mr. and Mrs. J. F.

W;Spencer Starke R. F, D 1. Avis Mansell and daughter, Hoover.

Miss Marguerite Mansell, of Tallahassee Mrs. M. II. Lang of Jacksonville, the three year guar- SUGAR 10 Ibs 48c

R UJYIoTw W On old Lawtey road are guests of Mrs. E. E. is visiting her parents, Mr. and anted electric refrigerator
the
farm Norm If.Pow- Johns Urs. I* V. Moore. Friends of Mrs. .. ..
sir's stw. Ibs. fertilizer .... Lang will be glad to know that she ?
adY and Mrs. F. S. Smith and FANCY 5 Pounds /JJ.C r
I spread to crop, which will Mr. is Improving following an opera- 'l
free to anyone wanting this son Willis, of Shawnee. Olcla., are tion at St. Vincent's hospital in

farua reasonable rent. See me the guests this week of Mr. and Jacksonville.Dr. sale RICE
bySmith's
For -22c
It
kina.the home of aft W.T. Tomp- Mrs. F. F. Flume.Judge - - - COFFEElb,25c

-122t.rs.. Martha E. Starling. and Mrs. A. Z. Adklns and and Mrs. O. It Lowry, Marguerite ..

family, spent the week-end at I Lowry. Mrs. E. M. Davis '

It BALE- Home Jacksonville Beach and while there and Miss< Elizabeth Kendrick at Service
place: on Jefferson Shrlners ceremonial. .tended the recital of Miss Mary V.
street attended the
4?( feet frontage 100 ft, ;Uathis, of the Jacksonville Collegeof ASTOPE
deep.
Sri WY. Another Modern lot boos adjoin-in Mrs. S. E. Brownlee Mrs. C. C. Music last Thursday evening laJacksonville. StationStarke
IDe 'Marguerite Lowry
and Milton ,
arms: size without Cross Mrs. J. M. Mitchell i
buildings.necessary.
AJaoth foot ::: aame street with. 200 'Brownlee Jr.; spent several 'also took- part IA.,the recital SERVICE AND SATISFACTIONIT r
I Fla.
Teems If ,,460 feet ,deep.. days in Bartow this week. : Misses Pearl and Dora Manning ,

.James Lamb. Ben- I Ih
Miss Teresa
Lois Coney < II
and :Miss
.8- -2t. Mr. and Mrs.'K. L. Middleton

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'..i 1 !l :' Winning 4-11 Club Other groups to spend a week-'t; Rambling Notes And lawyers were at times preventedfrom tate and get rich-qulc-. 1tIt

Gets Valuable I the camp will be Okaloosa county ReminiscencesContinued reaching Lake Butler to hold were allowed to Th. '
Boy grow
a'f :: FARM NEWS SECTION beginning June 29, Jackson county, court and the county commission- buildings aDd fences up In i "
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Business TrainingOcala
v beginning July 8, Santa Rosa coun- or were burned rotte4
It : : ( from page 1.) era from the east aide of the river up; Uille '
\ >>, ty beginning July 13, Eacambia produce was Of .
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: i ,!I , -_- Fla. A of $2,223 and were often prevented from being: shipped frOIl1
profit 20.
\ county beginning July by and Rowell Lakes, and a third to" depots in the the,.
; ''I ,);f1' Conducted By in four years of 4-H club work Isn't Washington and Holmes counties present at the meetings.In the boom county.
Is skirted it half collapsed
lIJ I, bad business for 17 lake, Sampson by 1896 a Mr. Duncan came here as
I flh! I. T. DYER, County Agent training a year beginning July 27. it bad begun. A. QUlck1J,
around. To drain the swamp, Lake Butler and started an few
from
old boy who in 1927 borrowed (25 Several other county camps are way but the made
r MISS PEARL JORDAN1, Home Demonstration Agent with which to buy his Arst pig. being planned. but the exact dates I Sampson river, the outlet of Sampson electric light plant, and the principal erators greater lost Portion or the

I That's what the records show for and places have not been announced. lake! was canalized for a couple streets were lit up until 10 "dirt" could; land values fel1l11 J:

: i ; 4-H Girl Jack Platt, Marion county. .Jack, of miles, then another canal o'clock at night But for lack of But the hardly bY* '1ItJ.
Winning lawyers W
I along with three other Florida club S was cut to allow Rowell to discharge support this Industry wail short kept IiII
k f: 4 : $ Gains{ Much From HINTS TO HOUSEWIVES members, has Just been awarded a THE BLAKEMORE STRAWBERRY into Sampson. These operations lived. who trying had to recover money for ,

1 Four Years Work I free trip to the National Club lowered the lake surfaces Naval stores production had been was followed been stung. The
Weekly from Home Demonstration Camp in Washington, which la the considerably and a large area of, carried on by Col. John Darby and the by the discovery

i$: : ; XteFunlak Springs, Fla. Being Specialist, Tallahassee highest honor (-H club work offers. (By 'A. N. Brooks and R. E. No-. sawgrasa peat was made dry Capt. J. N. Jones in the early 60s much Mediterranean loss fruit fly,

1 '4 elected recently as one of Flor I I Funds for the trip were provided| len, Experiment Station Strawberry enough for cultivation. A rice in Bradford and Baker counties.In was caused the eur.
pj ida's four representatives to the' by the Atlantic Coast Line Rail-! Laboratory. Plant City Fla.) plantation was started near Sampson 1864, about the time of the dustry grower, and even the truCklnC'

L P. National Club Camp In Washington CANNING TOMATOES way. During the past two seasons the City but was a failure. Cultivation Olustee battle, hundreds of barrelsof restriction suffered. because of ehJpPllc

_) jf 'i la only a part of what four -. Jack started his club work In strawberry growers of the Plant was abandoned and the spirits and rosin were gatheredup lot ot bank All thlaH' made fer I
; tj.fi"l9.: years of club work baa meant to ,Fortunately canning does not 1927 with the pig. which was a Poland City area have shown considerable swamp was left to grow up into at the various atllla and shipped : failures which IIIadt

: fW91 Leila :Mae Duke, Walton county materially change the texture or China gilt, and CO White Leg- Interest in a new variety known as pine trees. It la now a very valuable by rail to Saxton, north of state worse yet. The
p. club girl, though It Is the highest' food value of tomatoes. They are horns. That year he raised 105 the Blakemore which has been recently turpentine orchard. This Starko, to be buried out of the ford was sick, and so Will BIId-

'r .) J L1 honor (-U club work offers. The : the simplest of all vegetables to carefully selected pullets and seven introduced by the United drainage !llttl by little caused the sight of prowling federals.; But the But county

1hi1 expense of the trip will be paid by can. and can be used in many pigs. States Department of Agriculture, lowering of the ground water In the 'enemy found the cache unearthedthe during the summer or I L t
tI I'; the Capital City Publishing Com pleasing ways proving attractive, The next year he continued the and la being planted for the coming. soil for miles around, greatly Improving barrels and set fire to' them. year there was a turn for the btI.
ter In
pany. Tallahassee. palatable, and healthful pig and poultry projects and added -! season by a number of growers. the low lands. For though Melted rosin flowed like lava from this county. Those who to
t !.1 : Gardening. canning. and< nutrition Canning Process a corn club project. He was' The Blakemore, formerly knownas the average elevation above sea a volcano and covered an acre or been in the habit of scouring, (

'% 1j/ { all linked together, have been Select and wash well ripened to- becoming a real farmer by this U. S. D. A. No. 689: was secured level Is around 140 feet, the flat more of ground. The rosin was in decrepit fllvvers. complain !Ii
211.' i::. among Leila Mae's most Interest- matoes. Scald them in boiling water time; raising the feed for his own by crossing with Howard 17 contour of the land and the retentive cleared away when Dr. Bryan hard timessuddenly went to"oat.
Ing project. Her first project for about a minutes or until livestock. That year at the county (Premier) at tha- United States nature of the soil made started an orange grove there in Many who had left during the w

:. 1 was a small garden. but It proved the skin will slip easily. Removethe fair he took $35 prize money, and 1 Plant Field Station near Glenn run-off and absorbtlon,of rain water 1880 but the old excavations can days returned, broker. but -nn.Tcouraged '

,:. %V such a success that since that time core by inserting a knife about I after a trip to the Boys Short Dale Maryland in 1923. a slow process. still be seen just east of the rail- after learning-in a,,;
.'t. tha fanL17bavebeen1OOkIflgtOthe one-half Inch from the stem and Course in Gainesville, was all set Among the plants secured from During the late 80s martial enthusiasts way track at Saxton. This ended pensive school that farming 2...

_ club garden for 'vegetables. Another cutting around the solid portion. for the next years work. this cross several were considered thought Starke should the naval stores production until the only safe occupation after il

ir&. garden was planted in 1928 Slip the skins, and remove the In 1929 be entered the calf club especially promising because of have a military company, and with about 1898, when Mr. Elarbee Means were found for planttor i I
ii and besides furnishing the family black spot from the blossom end. along with the three former pro- their excellent qualities and were the usual eagerness to respond started up. He later sold out to strawberry crop, and it wa pi_
table and selling $15: worth, Leila Pack solidly into tin or glass containers jects. That year his club work given further trial at the grounds. when an agitator appeals other the Powell-Smith Co., which ia now ing to see the weed grown Jen,
.- c4 t 3 :Mae canned 60 quarts. Since then filling the glass jars but showed a profit of $700 and at the These were then sent out for field citizens thought so too and ,the the Powell Turpentine Co. reclaimed and new land stuaw

_ .jgt Leila ).Iae'has become quite capable leaving a head space of one-fourth county fair he won prize money on trials in Florida, North Carolina Bradford County Guards was or- In the early 90s several more and prepared for tillage The wc.t
-
. ;4 of giving canning demonstra- to one-eighth inch on the tin*. A all four of the projects; a total of and aa far north as New Jersey ganized. That is, all Cut) the privates turpentine men came here and now went on with such a good win Hi

. .iJ tions. She canned 72: quarts from teaspoon of salt and one of sugar: $93.Last during 1926 and 1927. In these for each man wanted to be there Is a still at every railway a larger acreage than ever beta
I :" her garden the next year. and 120 mixed-may be added to each quart. year Jack's fourth in club trials No. 659: proved to be out- an officer. However, the town havIng station. Turpentine will probably were planted to strawberries 14

.t .1 last year. Seal the glass jars and process in work, he continued about the same standing. The first plants of this its share of scrappers, and always be made in this county for fall truck. The berry crop tt
-I '? g, In 1928 she attended the Girls', boiling water; pints 30 minutes and projects, and made a slightly larger variety were received at the Strawberry plenty of fighting being In pros as the older trees are exhausted season Just over, was imnia

_ ; 44. ; Short Course at Tallahassee and quart. 35 minutes. Exhaust the I profit. He was president of his Laboratory near Plant City pect, enough privates were soon en- new ones are ready to take their Both the better cultivation gin,
.i. says it was there sh, learned, "the tins seal while hot, and processfor I club, and 'according to County in the fall of 1926. listed. The company was for good places. We may here mention that the plants and because the walker -
_ _ . .lt why and< wherefore of club work." about five minutes less than the Agent Clyde H. Norton was quite The Blakemore produces a com reasons soon nicknamed the' our government takes palna to promote i during the picking season owl],

- : .. She began thinking about her glass jars. Cool quickly. helpful to the other boys. Jack pact moderately. upright plant "Starke' Tiger Cats." Their getup this industry and to that end not have been better had It beet
I L 1 health, and was surprised to find made a personal visit to each member's made to order
Tomato Juice with slightly worked to the
_ . cupped leaves, while accoutrements and drilling has established an experiment station groi.
_
... : that her score was low. The next Tomato is to be home and discussed their that era' advantage. The
of
. Juice proving a Missionary is more open would have given a martinet the near Starke where chemists prices wen
-- year the garden wall made larger a new and quite popular drink. Its problems with them. At another of with flat leaves. good and a market found
.' .: ,heebeejeebles; but the boys could and experts in sylviculture are try right u
variety of vegetables were planted, richness in vitamins and the short courses he won, by writ- home. The berries
This
organic variety seems to be aa well shoot straight and kept their bay- ing new methods of forest management brought mcotj
,L! .'. and Leila Mae began a food, nutrition acids Is well known. It has proven ten examination one of the $100Bankers' adapted to our climatic conditions onets sharp and let it go at that. and gum extraction. and they to all who were In any way cm-
.. . and health project. Her club, moat popular when practically all Scholarships to the University aa ceraed'In producing them and
,: Missionary. During the past Not long after its organization the have so far evolved and caused to pupating
of which she is president has extended of the pulp Is removed. of Florida. winter 1930-31, the Blakemore company was called to Jacksonvilleto be put into practice Improvements them for market, and ifw
: this work into the grammar Select red-ripe, firm tomatoes. Jack baa another year of club withstood the all expenses had been
fa
unusually long per- queU a race war. On detrain- over the former antiquated znethoda. paid
M school by furnishing milk for several Wash them, and cut out the cores. work before he will be ready for iods of cold, wet weather aa well ing there a rioting negro cried in growers had enough money I Wl

.: : 1 poor children as a living dem Cook lightly in a covered container. college. as If not a little better than Missionary. derision, "Good Lord: Look at the When the 20th century made its for paying debts, buying their fan

i onstration. Last fall Leila Mae Extract the pulp by passing S 1 The root system was crackers!" for not one of the boys debut, the farmers were well on the lllea things they had long bea
_____ 1. was winner of the state nutrition. the cooked fruit through a coarse 1 white and compelled to do without bed
*
vigorous throughout the could have served as a model for a road to prosperity. They either ,
; t I : ; al contest, and was given a trip to and then a fine seive. Add a little I winter. fashion plate. But it soon became had means or knew where to get It. means for makIng an even betid

; j the National Club Congress in Chi salt If desired, or It may be added WRUF FARM PROGRAM The fruit is more uniform In size known among the rioters that the They had learned to work to bet- start for next season and, pertup,
.kl ;_ cago. when the Juice Is served. Heat the The. Voice af than Missionary, similar In shape arrivals were the famous "Starke ter advantage and how to fertilize to buy more land with. And aftti
'
She has been Florida"I
Q t inK constantly carry juice to ISO: degrees F., pour into I although slightly blunter, with Tiger Cats," and they decided thatIt properly strong mules took the the shipping season was over, i
t sewing projects, and has learned hot containers, seal, and sterilize broad I preserving firm that bad .
shoulders sun.
and a was the safest to return Just
slight neck. home place of weak
fp : Gainesville ponies, vegetables
to do all of her own sewing. Last Fla. Farmers who ,
at about
.. .. year home improvement was one ofbel' 180 degrees F. Higher spend the noon hour at the radio It ripens uniformly, la bright red in and the trouble was at an end. In fruits and milk were produced. The ed business here, brought the nn\
temperatures. tend to destroy the color and has a glossy spite of tribulations and rural plus berries, which were torment!
reverses mall
appearance. carriers
l projects, and the house was flavors will hear many well known sneakers brought readIng -
allowed
ir1 : painted. the porch furniture rebuilt ------">- during the Florida Farm-Hour The small yellow or green needs are the company still holds its own; as matter to the very doors of the to go to waste. Then then
.. .2 and grass planted in the yard. from state radio station WRUF even with surface. The berry to of one of the state troops it Is now farmers and education in every direction were Irish potatoes, beans, iwett
i1 ; She also carried several poultry RKCORU NUMBER 4-H each day next week. The complete tender texture,' firm slightly less I under government supervision and was promoted.In corn and tomatoes to sell for ca

L J. : _. projects and besides having poultry I BOYS SPEND WEEK AT program has Just been announced acid than Missionary, and ships is accounted one of the smartest in 1005 Starke got water works money. Our people are now COB''

;: .. for the table, picked up a little ANNUAL.SHORT COURSE by the University of Florida Agricultural welL In the Plant City 'area it the state. and electric lights and concrete tented and hopeful for the futon
: ; extra money. '. Extension Service, and comes into bearinjrabout a week In the early SOs a company ,of sidewalks began to be common. Improvements and land, no longer goes begging
According to Miss Eloise MeGriff Gainesville1, Fla.-Two hundred follows: before :Missionary.. Pennsylvania men had set out a went on apace until for purchasers; farming has teen

4 home demonstration agent, and thirtytwo11 club boys have Sat., June 13-Florida Farm I Blakemore fruit Is more easily. 100-acre orange grove north of 1916, when the town put in a sewer found to be the safest of aU occupations
i : Leila Mae has been a big help In just concluded a week of play and News and Hints. U. S. Farm Science picked, due to its tender stems and Starke. They paid $1.25 per day system and had several streets and it is taking slant
I,1.,:. organizing club work In the county study at the annual short course Snapshots Is more readily washed free of for common labor and reduced the paved. East of Starke a drainage strides here.Stark&s .

:k' .:. e as well as In assisting at club held at the University of Florida. Mon., June IS-How Civic Clubs I sand due to its glossy surface. working time to ten hours a day. district was created, and no less fame as a trading point
.t. 1' .._ _ camps and demonstrations. The number was the largest ever to Can Help Boost Agriculture in a During the past season many ThIs was greatly In excess of the than 31 miles of canals and ditches Is spreading dally. Buyers com
attend. R. W. Blacklock state boys'club County-W. T. Nettles. Some knotty' misshaped berries were pittances that had hitherto rewarded were dug, making hundreds of from far. and near-not unfit-
; I VACCINATING BIRDS agent, reports. Thirty-three Things (-H Club Boys and Girls found on the :Missionary due to labor on the farms, and the acres of land that were formerly quently even from Florida'stropollsto me

'f .f AGAINST CIIICKKNPOX counties were represented, with will be Taught at Camp This Summer faulty pollination. This condition "nine-hour system" had been in subject to inundation fit for tillage take advantage of tlx
IS GOOD INSURANCE Hlllsborough sending 22 for the 1 -J. Lee Smith. was less prevalent on Blakemora as I vogue, which meant nine hours before and caused a heavy growth of honest goods and low prices to
_ . largest delegation. Tues., June 1ft-The Spittle Bug was also the number of cracked and nine hours after dinner. valuable pine trees to crowd out the days of slow turnings over,

_ _ About .every fall many of the i The boys were given ,regular on Pecans -'F, W. Walker. Farm L and faulty berries Immediately following The Innovation caused the horny- the worthless aquatic trees from goods of slow sole were not kepi
t ; poultry-men in our county lose a lot short courses In horticulture, farm Question Box. heavy rainst. handed sons of toil all over the the lowest places. The effects ,of by our merchants; but now the circumstances

_.;... I ______ of layers and, worse than that a crops. livestock raising, poultry Wed., June 17 The Composi The Blakemore out yielded the county to demand better conditions -1 this drainage hall been felt even so are so favorable ii
_______ lot of high priced eggs due to sorehead raising, dairying, pasture management tion and Food Value of AvocadosDr. Missionary: on the grounds of the and they won what they con- I far away as Mlddleburg Clay there are very few things our nun?
.4 or chlckenpox. Our rule has farm mechanics record O. D. Abbott. Primer for Strawberry Laboratory during the tended for. Three members of the county. grocery; dry goods, hardware, ft*

_ :. _ always been.sanitation, but some- keeping insects and diseases agri- Town Farmera.Thura. past season at the rate of 181 qts., Pennsylvania company, Messrs. Until the end of 1895, the coun- niture and drug stores do not kli r
times we ttlll have trouble. cultural writing leadership and ., June 18-Plans for win'' per acre which meant an increased Truby Sternberg and Strong ty was dotted with orange groves. for sale. Starke is also becomlK
.' Our county agent has been telling swimming. Boys who had attended tering Beef Cattle-Dr. A. L. Income of $66.73 per acre at the bought out the long established Many plantings were old enough to noted as a good place to buy fertilizer

z,. us that If we would< vaccinate previous short courses were allowed Shealy. Farm Reporter at Wash. prevailing prices. In January the firm of Richard and Pace In I bear well and bring much revenue. and stock feeds In. Saturdays

__________ the birds this summer we wouldn't to specialize, while the others Ington.' Blakemora--- yielded at the rate of Starke, general merchants. and Dut But the severe 1905-6 winter. kiii___._.<_t especially, our streets $1..n..
:. toe bothered with this trouble In the were given general study. Tours Fit, June 19-The Value of Summer :120 quarts more per acre than Mis. in a large stock of goods, modern to the ground almost every n crowded with automobiles; "

14 fall. I don't know how this vaccination over the college farm and demonstrations Shelter for Chickens-Norman In sionary, In February 78 quarts and for those days. Mr. Truby, being I tree in this section. and no orange commercial stores are packed with buyers, ivt
I _:. works. but it does seem that by the boys added muchto R. Mehrhof. Vaccinating for April 65 quarts. In :March the a practical farmer, saw that the citrus planting baa taken the alert and courteous sales pi i
... there's something to It. I guess it's the courses. The Instructors Chicken Pox-Dr. E. F. Thomas. Missionary passed the Blakemore store was supplied with up-to-date place here since then. The freeze pie are ever on the Jump to sen!'*
(1 were state extension including The by 89 quarts. It will be noticed L labor-saving Implements their customers. I
about the same as vaccination for workers weather forecast will ba given suitable was a disaster to the entire state
. typhoid fever smallpox and the several county agents andI. early in each of the programs. that the Blakemora gave the high for our soil, and among others he as well as to this county land, Among our industries are t tw>
_ c. _ _,. W. Ml, In charge of 4-H, club Market reports will be broadcast er production during the period of. Introduced the "Dixie" plow, the values fell and all business suffered large and several smaller dalri*
like.About work for the south. from higher prices. best ever for this who deliver excellent milk frog|
_ this time of the year In the State Marketing Bureau With section and it is a severe shock, as so many had depended -
x ;i 1929 friend of Among the entertaining features in Jacksonville its uniformity of size Its still generally used. "contented" cows. Poultry fare
._ _ a mine who had been at 11 a. m., 12:45: : bright Through us- solely upon their groves for
______ :, always having trouble with, chickenpox were a swimming contest, p. m., and 4:45: p. m. each day. color and glossiness' as well L ing such implements, and better a living and did not know what to are numerous and large, fresh egp
._,.,. vaccinated his 1,400 pullets. ball games, picture shows, and Aunt Sammy's Chats to Home- as Its firmness, the Blakemore farming methods, the farmers do next. But slowly conditions can always be had at reaaonaldi

I __ The only bad effects that we noticed mass games. makers will coma at 9:40: each makes a good shipping berry. could soon well afford to pay more to normal; pear returned prices. Hellbronn mineral spntt
; : f was that the birds went off The boys were divided into 13 morning. Some growers object to the light. for shorter working hours. and pecan peach, persimmon 6 miles northwest of Starke, duel

i; _______j, feed for a few days, but then they squads and were graded by squads. S color of the Blakemore; however, Late in the SOs and early 90 pea planted and sweet corn trees' were a large trade In Its health gl
.;., _ were as healthy as ever. That Those studying agricultural writ. HUNDREDS OF 4-U CLUB Is upon its arrival at the market this nut county politics were rife; populist beans, beets, cucumbers, squashes, water.' Starke's rooming house t'-
V friend had practically no chickenpox tog edited "Dally Doings" a mimeographed BOYS AND GIRLS WILL an asset when compared with doctrines were promulgated by and tomatoes were added, peppers dustry has been proven a succe
the to
V'1 : that fall and winter. and while circular. Twelve of the ATTEND SUMMER CAMPS dull dark red color of the Mlssionary. men having the "yellow satchels," strawberry crop to brine- the Pleasant, clean rooms with. W8_
_'. we were sick about our birds lagging boys told of their club experiences I in vogue then aiunor ,v.v. ,.*. .h M!_'*_ money. Here again Pp r..dv; can be bad very cheaply by day"
.; along with it he was selling from state radio station WRUF, Gainesville Fla-Hundreds of Because of Its promising behavior -. shoulder and raci&d chI whiskers. showed a praiseworthy our week and this is a blessing to !hOlt

:. high priced eggs. I and the entire group participated 4-H club boys and girls in Florida thus under Florida conditions I They looked furtively around and ance; they did not self-reli tourists whose means do not ana]
.. .: Last year, the county agent tells in a eampflra broadcast. are now making plans to attend far. It would be well for the talked in whispers, for they were milk nor laid the disaster cry over to spilt them to seek expensive resort.
me about 16,000 chickens In the I S one of a series of camps to be held L This growers to try out this variety. not yet ready to offend the established tation by Providence for a visi These rooming houses are well P1'
their
. : : county were vaccinated. and this PROGRESS OF FLORIDA during the next two months, It has I be doe not mean that It should democratic bosses. They It was "root, hog or sins; ionized, and every patron will
1 year the number will be much NEGRO FARMERS TO BE Just been learned from club officials planted exclusively but rather were instrumental in bringing went to work with die and they doubt, speak well of Starke and tIJ

,. larger. W. have learned that vaccination AMERICAN FAIR EXHIBIT of the University of Florida that there should be a small plantIng about the "Farmers' Alliance" in For Florida, by the renewed zeaL county,after returning home. W
: ': 'Is the Agricultural Extension along with Missionary 1888. The Alliance lived way, Is not a have several restaurants not *
_ _ : cheapest Insurance Service. care a little one-crop state if
... gainst chickenpox we can sret. Tallahassee, Fla. Negro farm- Each camp will last for about a. being taken to insure fairness In over a year but during its exis there are many; others one thing fails, the class common to.town small Flort*
Another thing we have been noticing era over Florida are planning to week. Besides being highly recreational trial by using similar soil drainage tence It did much for the liberation Yet many became to be tried. ,, but clean, modern pl f
1& that if we keep chickenpox show the north a: bit of the prog and entertaining, the programs -fertilizer and cultivation. of the farmers from their sold their holding for discouraged, where well prepared food i Is t to lit

t out of the flock we aren't likely to ress and achievements they have will contain talks and demonstrations S thraldom under king cotton the could get, and left ,what they had at reasonable prices. W i htIt
have much trouble with roup. mad In recent years. Such an ex about farming and MAKE DILL PICKLES: merchants who furnished supplies then another and, first one mention, aa ,an unusual coW!*
When hibit will be a part of Florida' home and the political bosses. Industry was aban- 'in c nwltlnf p@t
4; chickenpox has weakened making. Training will also doned. Th sash this land of the
,. the birds they are quite susceptible apace at the American Fair At- be given In swimming, first aid Gainesville, Fla., A Stark won much when it acquired and a* misfortune factory burned, that Stark la a city of native bc1
__________ ___ to roup. lantic City N J., Jun 10 to Aug. and life saving methods. method for Moving dill pickles simple the court house In 189S. Be- alone there were never Com Americana only half a dozen of-

_ A _ 4 There's one thing that the coun- 29 the state department of agri The first camp began Monday recently outlined by Dr. B. W. Ber waa side the new dignity of being the tions, which: reduced more the conflagra population coming from o"*
ty agent has been warning us culture and District Agent of kegro. June 8..when groups of boys from gar, an expert along that county seat, both the permanent of: the dwellings number countries; Tony" is Dot to_Ijl

__ _ About, and that Is when you vaccinate extension work recently. an- Marlon;' Lake, Sumter and Citrus Place. dill or pickle apices in line and the transient population was 1 ._...'._..'._...eq_ .business. also here. But dtL -- found la our fin barber shop*,-

_ you introduce chlckenpox. nounced. counties gathered at Fig Lake, Jar; a 2-quart glass Jar Is best the added to, and those who had fre 'town of a number of purged the "George" baa no place as a rertj*
: Thus if any vaccination U to be Articles of merit from the farms, Marion county. Beginning Jun 19 [Pack with cucumbers, quent occasion to consult the coun- citizens" of both "undesriable rant waiter, for his place 1 is ttt I
_______ done the whole flock should be homes and schools of 20 counties' Leon county boys will camp near or 4 inches long and cover preferably with 3 ty. records were saved long and come here In the belief sexes, who had by attractive young ladles. P":
t? vaccinated. I don't believe Td vaccinate are now being collected. and wlU Talalhassea. During the week of brine made by dissolving 7 a tiresome and often Ineffectual Jour was lots of that "there the fruit,stores and shoe shtoW
if,I'd never bad any trouble soon be assembled at Tampa. So June 22 two camp will be held. of salt in a gallon of water.ounces neys for New River had to be In 1924 the money land in Starke." establishments are American.
with the' disease for when you, far Florida la the first state to Highlands and Okechobe county 1 a teaspoonful of '' Add ,crossed on the way to Lake Butler. be felt here. boom began to Statke has always been a &F
sugar and This
I start It you should keep It up every provide for an exhibit of this kind. boys will gather at Brighton and I stand. Keep filled with brine let This water course was a slough, quirk almost passe psychological exporter of. cross-ties. TeT
and and belief.
t1. I I Iyear, much Interest la being mani- Duval county boys will. meet at seal air-tight when brine thickly grown with trees and a sudden the whole All of five year ..go.It was feared' v|*
; fested by the negro a* well Camp atop receding. bushes, and at low country became
1 as Foster near Jacksonville. The dills should be stage of water "bug-house" about the timber supply would 5OO n *Tout
MAKES DRESSES white citizens of the state. A series of six for for use in ready was Innocent enough: but Florida investing in M "
camp boys about protracted abundant
a week or 10 lands. but It Is as
days. They I
4 and girls will be held rains raised the if believed that utilized f
Tampa. Fla-A. series of sewing BUY FERTILIZER at the West S water good they did not buy for,ap-- trees are now
__ Florida (-H Club Camp. Choctaw- 'Agricultural many; feet to a width of would ba today ,there The
1
____ courses- for Illllsborough county extension nearly a none'left the tie are crosoted.
|hatches work, quarter of a mile. tomorrow Otherwise (III
Bay. The Is based Until that
camp equip largely "Long are full of suitable trees
women was recently concluded and28'l Lake Butler Fla. on 4-H club work Bridge" hardboiled business
About 150: was built
ped with 15 cottages, a large din- was introduced of solid piles and spent men be PPu"a
: women completed and placed ton of fertilizer into Poland In Iron big sums reached with modern l
) have been purchased big room, about 6 acres of cleared 1926. girders, no bridge could some acquiring lands on
There stand younvP"
on exhibit are out of We of
one or more dresses noW' :80,000 the hews millions
_ _ _ _ ,,; had made, Miss AWe Lee Rush they by Union co-operatively and Bradford this count.ofarmers spring playgrounds,. and splendid bathing and girls In the Polish. 4-H club boys. 'crossing against current.could At such times the I staking them off into way subdlvl lake and :large enough ,for lath ,and Car"

_____ _ ,home demonstration agent, re1. reports facilities. The first group will boat only be made by a Many of our farmers lona. stock and the supply cannot lit
*. County Agent I* come from Walton -a difficult an<: sold out and aul
:port county and Palm Beach dangerous moved of
1.- T -Local hausted trees
Dyr. streets I away tempted as more
_ _ _ "' 1\""" camp during the week of June paired. reI I troublesome undertaking On account of this 1 pay where "developments.wars by the high size ar* coming In all the tiID"

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stalled ox and hatred
w. Proverbs 20:3. It Is therewith. BAPTIST expected to even nibble at the bait. 1 ties to get rural mall delivery, and ford county. The Hampton Shores

for a mua to cease from an honour Until late, lack of good transporta-I one of the few in the state where Chateau la another resort on the
every fool will be strife but Sunday school at 10 a. m., A. J. tion facilities have stood way soil survey was made The U. S. lake. In the southeastern portionof

Matthew 5:9.: meddling.Blessed Thomas, supt Come earlier Quitea of gaining factories; but this draw-I Geological Survey created the the county are so many small

peacemakers: for are the number of our people are neglecting back no longer exists, for 'Starke Quadrangle" and ascer- lakes till their number is not
the children they shall be called Sunday school. Too bad. good roads pass through our town, i tained the elevation above sea level known. They aU have clear water ,

pf war la a t php1Dr ute my cat- ut light "nto af path.-Pul.n 119:105.: 1. Peter 3:10: ,of 11.God.For Worship at 11 a. m. and 8 p. m. allowing trucks to do heavy transporting -: of many points in the county. The and dry shores. Crystal lake, a
he +
that each Sunday. and coal Is no longer needed -' work dlscontlnu of
will love life was temporarily very pretty body water has been
; : .""..,lD f3Jtl1U11. Ali creed rellgtous If they are teaching to have doctrine claim or let him refrain, and his see tongue good days from, Mid-week service Wednesday at for making steam. If we can ed but will be resumed. The U. S. chosen by Boy Scout Troop No. 19 +

f lore and devotion of the people must be In harmony any withtSnesof evil and his lips that 8 p. m. Induce plenty of tourists to come Coast and Geodesic Survey has also Jacksonville as their favorite and 4 ,
they
Jesus the Chrletwho.t words fit Into every fold and crevice* no guile. Let him eschew speak I here, the settling of the town and gathered a lot of data in this they have a camp (Hamilton) on L ,

:: buLlKEsarTands' "om: It was laid in John'1.6."NEVER MANpastors do good; let him seek peace evil and and I PRESBYTERIAN county with a good class of people i section. The county having a pronounced its west side Larger lakes are r

:.\ sue It. en- will take care of Itself. Our present typical growth as best Lake Geneva, on which Keystone N

0( Bradford and Union counties are Invited to one thisartmoot Romans 12:18. If it be possible Services Sunday June 14. as follows organization of business men Is fitted for experiments, with special Heights is situated Just over the

for news of church aetlvltea, organizations and anSpace as much as lleth In you, live : a live body; already two Important reference to the gum harvest in- line in Clay county, and big Santa
peace- Industries have been established dustry, and a station Is located In Fe lake, at the southern end of
jnts. freely given and no charge made-the only regnent ably with all men. 10 a. m. Sunday school J. :M.
_ _ here because of Its well directed the neighborhood with offices in which the little town of Melrose
Items reach this office before Truby
being that each Wednesday Prayer-May the peace of God supt
rt otherwise they cannot be handled for current Issue. which passeth all understanding 11 a. m. Morning worship, ser work. Starke The state chose lands for until lately belonging to Bradford
mpg, guard and keep our hearts mon by the pastor. Bradford county Is, and always its prison farm In this county and, county Is situated The town la
told their wonderful to through has been In beside the general roads It has almost hidden trees for
tidings the Christ Jesus our Lord. 7 p. m. Christian Endeavor, topic happy having compe- by oranges h
apostles. These words appeared .In Remember the Sabbath to "True and False' Friendships" tent and honest officers. None of I built through the county it has during the cold weather during the

SUNDAY SCHOOL their sight as idle talk.' Keep it Holy-Exodus 20:8.Day Go to Leader, Elizabeth Kendrick. these gentlemen has ever been accused built one from Starke to the State 18DlS- 6 winter, the warm vapors

LESSON!: Peter and John ran to the grave. church Sunday. : 8 p. m. Evening worship song of misfeasance In office or: Farm which Is an admirably con- from the big lake tempered the ,

John outran Peter, but at the tomb and sermon. graft The tax-payers know that structed thoroughfare. On accountof winds.

,JUNE 14, 1931 his reverence held him back and Prayer meeting Wednesday at 8 their contributions to the county I having five roads In the countyto The prettiest of the lakes, and
SON FOR the more impetuous Peter was the DAILY BIBLE READINGS p. m. upkeep are honestly look after, the state road department one renowned throughout the state

-Resurrection and first to enter and to find the grave A cordial invitation to all our The same praise adml:1latel'ed.1 maintain an office In Is Klngaley, Clay county about I,,
ubJect: : The empty. ,June 12 services extended to all. en Starke's town Starke, and so does also the stat A 1.2 miles east of Starke. There ; .

I Ascension.. "It la Christ that Peter and John returned to con- Our Own Salvation-Wherefor, trustees. After the "forty," which forestry department. But this sec are several resorts, patronized by l1

Idea Text: that Is risen sult the older apostles; Mary my beloved as ye have always Is termed the "original survey of I tion has been sadly neglected by people living as far away as Jack.
yea rather, RAMBLING NOTES AND the state altho sonvllle and "the tired businessman"
: Starke bad been laid off Into geological survey ,
jn la even at the right Magdalene was the first to see the obeyed, not as in my presence only,,
who REMINISCENCES streets and blocks during the ex- that organization was brought Into of Starke keeps a summer
risen Christ. The other but now much
["of who also mak'eth,to- women more In my absence '
d God uberant 80s, every man who owneda being by our noted tuwnaman residence there. The west side of ,
once the tomb but work out
more
sought salvation
8M.NJ your own with
Ion for us. Rom. E. S. Matthews, when he the lake Is lined with and his ,
piece of land and a straight; axe- Major pier.
Luke 24. (Printed were met on the way by the Say fear and trembling.-PhiL 2:12.: (Continued from page 6.)
Text
:; : whom What will handle, felt It his duty to start an waa an Influential member of the children live more In the water d ;
lour they worshipped. At the Heavenly Father
_i123-40, 60-61.) sub-division. No less legislature.The than on the land. The water Is
addition
stave mill Is one of our latest enterprises or
of lesson condensed some time our Lord (verse 34)) appeared give us? Answer, read --r Luke
Bubstanca to Simon Peter by himself. 11:13.: and there blocks from than 15 such additions came to contour of Bradford countyIs cold being fed by springs In the
Peloubet's notes:
i article in These accounts involving so June 13 such small trees are used for barrel pass then and during the boom of, rather flat and the interminable bottom, so nice-adjusted till no 4',
Redeemer was placed in the testify most staves and hea ve on Friday afternoon at per- many to persons their power- Peace and Truth: Thus saith the employment to a number of has saddled the town with about were It not for certain beautifying enough to supply that lost through
and to
fully genuineness I
a 6 o'clock when Joseph of the fact that the Lord Lord Call unto me, and I will answer men, the mill furnishes a welcome 15 miles of streets and 30 miles of features. During the fall months evaporation. The shores are high I ,
thaea begged Christ' body ever-living thee and shew thee great ditches. The town Is sprawling out and the beach Is of clean sand. f 5
escaped the bonds of death and market for the class of Umber men the sky is so clear and the sun
01 i PIlate for burial In his own into endless life ad- and mighty things which thou tioned. Much timber Is also shipped Uke a "daddy longlegs," often with shine so strong, till the ever fa.llIng Our people are kindly and courteous '
tomb. In the burial he was vocate.rose as our knowest not . Behold, I will to veneering mills else where, considerable distances between the leaves and downy seeds floatIng In their Intercourse with

eel I by Nicodemus, who bad held "Two of bring it health and cure, and I will and such a mill would do well here dwellings. The councilman are about makes the air hazy In strangers and each other. No unfair
them went that
markable secret conversation same cure them, and will reveal unto as It would never lack for material.In charged with keeping these streets contrast. The restful coloring of advantage Is taken of business '
Jesus early In his ministry day to a village called Emmaus and them the abundance of peace and 1921 the county was divided "In good traveling condition." and the dying weeds and fading deciduous rivals. "Undesirable citizens" left

_i 3:1.21: ; 19:38-42). As It was they talked of all these things and truth.--Jeremiah 33: 2. 3, 6. the part east of New River retain- the gutters open and somehow leaves around the farmstead us years ago; that class ls not tolerated -

[near' sunset, the beginning ofurday. Jesus himself" drew near, and went Upon whom may we call when In ing the name of Bradford while with the small means at their disposal and low-lying Jungles resemble here. Our men are undemonstrative

the Jews' Sabbath, their, with them. He Inquired of their trouble? Answer read Psalm that west of It adopted the name of they manage to do so. What that present on the pictures by the but full of reserve force

Ibahnlng of the body was very troubles and they explained what 60:15.: Union. Bradford county Issued other town with so little means, old masters. The visitor coming and "pep." But the "pep" will not ifl ,

ty. There In the grave Christ, had happened. * June 14 bonds for good roads and schools can make such a good showing? here from other climes cannot help come ouLunless the box Is shaken. r
> through all of Saturday and "Then he said unto them Sealed for Redemption Grieve and a few energetic and patrioticmen We have also several well paved being charmed, the more so because Those who have our welfare at

I early on Sunday morning the' Ought not Christ to have suffered not the Holy Spirit of God where- got after the state to help In streets water sewerage, electric the pure air is almost Intoxi- hand should first of all see that our

e time, one whole day and por-: these things*and* to enter Into his by ye are sealed unto the day of road matters. ''Roads were builtin lights and sundry other modern cating-not to menUon that the young men can find employment

i of the preceding and follow- glory And he expounded unto redemption.-Eph. 4:30.: every part" of the county- conveniences that have been In- magnetism with which the groundIs without having to seek It at other

days, being reckoned by the them in all the scriptures the How did Jesus begin his great stumped and well ditched roads stalled by the town and only good charged perhaps also makes for places. It can be done If the box:

it as three days thus fulfilling I things concerning himself. * And '"Sermon on the Mount?" Answer and the state has helped us to build management by the council and the exhilaration of the feelings. The Is kept In motion.

Lord's prophecy (Matt. 12:40: ; he made as though he would have read-Matt. 0:3-11. five excellent hard-surfaced roads bond trustees could have kept the summers, though hot are not disagreeable We now end our rambling notes,
*
163: ; Mark 8:31): that he would' gone further. And he went in June 15 three of which are Important thor- town from going to "the demnltlon' except at times when the with the hope that those who have

i after three days in the grave to tarry with them. And as he The Golden Rule-Whatsoever ye oughfares. The state roads so far bowows." I' air is surcharged with moisture: had the patience to read them, will

|Jonah came to land after three sat at meat with them he took would that men should do to you, amount, to 67 1-2 miles. At its Beside the trading facilities mentioned but that la not often for the air be more convinced than ever that i

ye i In the sea monster. bread and.blessed it, and brake, do yo even so to them: for this is own expense the county has built Starke Is also well supplied is generally dry. The winters are Bradford county and Starke are '

he first recorded event of Eas- and gave to them. And their eyes the law and the prophets-Matt. 7: one hard-surfaced road 14 miles In with all the professions and trades mild seldom cold enough to bur pleasant abodes, worth their best '

was a great'' earthquake, to- were opened and they knew him; 12.What length and so many graded secondary we need. It also has. local and long the vegetables then growing. The efforts 6
Itber with the descent from heav- and. he vanished out of their sight. I did Jesus say about pass- roads till even in the most distance telephone and two telegraph native flowers are modest, but several .

| of a mighty angeL At the re-: And they returned to Jeru- ing Judgment on others? Answer, remote parts a good enough roadIs offices. We have a good' kinds of cultivated flowers be- Fort l'IerceDrlg1ug opera- 3
salem, and found the eleven gathered tions In channel of Intracoastal
t, of the Jewish authorities a'all read-Matt. 715.: and
always close at hand. All these school and four religious denomi- gin to Invade the wilderness,
\ I of Roman soldiers had been' together, and them that were I June 18 waterway between here and south
roads, being well ditched and kept nations have churches; also an the royal ponclanla has taken possession -
t to the Christ's: with them Saying The Lord is risen How to Conquer an pocket at St. Lucia inlet, complete
| guard tomb that Enemy- up virtually constitute a county- American Legion Post Woman's of damp jungles which: are 4'
plea might not steal the Lord's indeed, and hath appeared to When a man's ways please the wide drainage district, whereby Club, patriotic societies and Masonic turned Into vermilion from the< ed.

and pretend a resurrection. i Simon. And they told what things Lord he maketh even his enemiesto much low-lying land has been reclaimed Odd Fellow and Woodmen's showy flowers during May and Jacksonville Colonial Stages, i
mouth of the tomb was closed were done and Jesus himself be at peace with him.-Proverbs the ground water every- lodges. All the Seaboard trains' Inc., formally opened bus station at

tAu Immense round stone like j stood in the midst of them, and 16:7. where lowered and thus the soil will stop here; a Blue Bus line plieson June.West of Starke are three lakes, Adams and Julia streets, costing

[mill-tone, rolling in a groove, saith unto them. Peace be unto you. Why is Jesus called the burden deepened. From an agricultural State Road No. 13, with ten two of which Crosby and Rowell, approximately U60OOO.ROT'"I .

J sealed both by the Romans and I But they were terrified and he bearer? Answer read Matt 11-: standpoint alone.thls latter phase daily buses, and we will soon have are entirely surrounded by the extensive '
or SCHOOL BUS BIOSPernoni
the Jews. These seals were said unto. them Why are ye troub- 28-30. makes the land worth fully twice bus lines on two more of our roads. lake swamp. They are

ken by the angel who rolled' led? Behold my hands and my June 17 as much as it was ten years ago. Last, but not leant, we have one of Ideal Florida lakes and the visitor: wlihlnK to bid on school,
ay the stone and sat Upon It. 'I feet that It Is I myself: handle me, I Walk With Christ-As ye have The many smooth thoroughfaresmakes the acknowledged best weekly who is not familiar with that kind' but rout* In HrndroM county foi
tho term of 1031.32 will the tholi
|The second recorded event of and see; for a spirit hath not flesh therefore received Christ Jesus the transportation easy,and tho newspapers in the state-The of scenery, may Indulge In delicious bids! with th. Iinard of Public Instruction ,
ter: and bones as ye see me have. Lord so walk In him Rooted all kinds of'' up to Monday Noun June I
morning was the coming of i ye ; they have cost our county,* which Bradford County Telegraph. For shudders picturing
men to the tomb in the darkness I And he led them out as far as to ,and built up in him and established Is one of the least populous In the over half a century this Journal formidable beings in the mysterl U, 1S.11.Did* .will be I.' tb. following

early dawn intending to com- Bethany and be lifted up.his. hands in the faith as ye have been state, more than It can well afford has been the monitor of Starke and Otis swamp. But the shores are Tu..day. ,

kte the embalming which Joseph and blessed them. And whilehe taught abounding therein with to spend, no tax-payer would thinkof Bradford county, and as our am- damp and muddy and not fit for I rout.Information* can b. had concern at the In*above these of-

f Arlmathaea and Nicodemus bad blessed them he was parted thank glvlng.-Col. 2: 0, 7. going back to the old conditions. bassador to other towns It baa building sites. An adjoining lake, rio..

donned so hastily on Friday'I from them" and carried up Into What were the eight woes which Our Impulsive .Starkeites have made our community known and Sampson has shores high enough 5li'ttlt A. J.aup.rlnt.ad.nt GRIFFM

lenlng. These women were Mary: heaven. Christ denounced against the been ready to start a "chamber of respected. The Telegraph was one for building sites in places, and i a'

|gdalene Mary the mother I scribes and Pharisees? Answer, commerce" whenever some agitator of the first small-town paper. In "resort" could well be established ; /NOTICB or ADOPTION or MI1OH

net the Less and Joses; Salome, I WEEKLY 8ERMONETTE read-Matt. 23:13-29. has proposed one and it has Florida to Install a typesetting: machine at Sampson City. A mile east of Notice .In hereby clven to alt par
e mother of James and John; June 18 lasted a year or so until the enthusiasm and Its printery Is so well Hampton U Little'Santa Fe Lake, tie. concerned and to the publlo .en.

the wife of Chuza Herod'sI. The Rewards- -of Peace The High Calling-Be ye there- I. cooled. They have not equipped till It Is often called on on the north end of which is a orally of this that notlu four*. or week a. coon after theraartai the date

I. together with other wom- fore perfect even as your Father accomplished much mostly because to do work for offices In other beach and pleasantly situated land a. we may b* heard the underlined .

>not named. As they approached Psalm 133:1. Behold, how good which is in heaven is perfect- they have proposed impracticable places which have less facilities. where Hampton Beach has been I .'. Z. Adklnn will apply, Juel.to. ot the th.HonorableA. Twenty-

e tomb In the darkness they sawo and how pleasant it is for brethrento ,Matthew 5: 48. things-trying to Induce businesses Bradford county has after all, built up with casino and sundry' Ixth Judicial Circuit of Urailforil '

angels there, and the glorious dwell together in unity! What does God's spirit do for to come here that could not be ex- not been wholly neglected by the contrivances In the aquatic sports County authorising, at Ktarke the, Vlnrlda adoption, fur by anorder u* 3v

Q 'He la not here but fa risen.' Proverbs 19:17. Better is a din- us? Answer, read Romans Size. :- pected to live and.to get factoriesof national and state governments. It way. The Beach constitutes a sort of Fred Jonee, Allan ITred flunketl., '.i

hlng back Into the city they ner of herbs where love Is, than a various kinds'that could not be was one of the first Florida coun- of Coney Island for southern Brad a 'minor of three and one-half year*
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DOROTHY 'DARNIT By Charles McMr.nus '-(.t'7-a.. J. 8. BUTLEJl.:


]NOTicn APPLICATION ran .
DOES .MISTER KNOOP PAPA With HAVE TAX UKEO:
YOUR NE W gT
,
I THINKHE -
owe "? A HARD TIME GETTING INTO I OIONT KNOW HE It'+
YOUANPAPA DOES Notice I I" hereby given that C.Qlliieon i i
17 BACK I KrJEw GOT TOTHAT P2RT .. .n.e and, holder of tax
''HONEY? V/HY? QANKRUPTCY certificate No. 117 Ninth day rat Au-
COUNTRYi
F, w OF THEwHAT'5 Suet, A. D. Itlt, hat filed. ald ear-
h r THE S tl float* In my offlo and mad application h.
e WITH t+ L for tax deed to I..... thereon
1 MATTER TRAVEUIMC In accordance with law. Bald
# certificate ombraoee the following
deicrlbed property ultuateil In Bradford
county, Florida to-wlti ;
Commence at Northwest oornp of' ';
Northeaet quarter of Southwest i,
quarter and run E..t 10 roda South ,
.. 1 r .. 1 1s to rod We.t 10 rod North 10 rod
/.t to beginning. Hectlon. 1 Township 1, ,'
South! Itang 11 Eael-5 acre.
The aeaement of paid property J.under J.
the ald certificate leauwj wai.
I In the name of Hlliabeth Ulliaon.
Un I... said certificate shall b* redeemed -
according to law, tax de
I will lu thereon on the llth da] 1
I of June, A. D. 1191. Ic
Hated this Urd day of May. A. t).
mi.
O. W. ALDERMAN,
Clerk of Circuit Court
I Bradford. County, Plorlde.i45t.I3I. y
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C.McM.

.JOTICB OB-OVAMDIAM SALS> {

Notice I. hereby given that thirty

THE 'MAIN'THING ON MAIN STREET" By L. F. VatZelmHatty derilgned the day atth after day guardian date of June hereof,for 1911.Willie on I the to-wlti MaeHrown. un- 1 c

Cordelia Brown and W. A.
-.- = Drown Jr.. Minor hairs of W. A. '
/"table "" SALON
rio \ B.COTZ Livery irown deceaMd will apply to the
Buzz! OWEI'ZHAUL.nk'U..* H4 ToP4W. NtIY Hon. Oeo. A. Oardlner county ju".. r

"' MAIN 9T r Hat1SPS SoAQ1)f1) AND 'SHINGLeD. kAaMONiC2) E'1' MU4/C 14 I RIDDINOe f0U j of order Bradford to cell al County private, Florida eale th, for. one-aa. t '

'AINnzE&.T'S FOB SALE2 Buc G120WING tlE.IlfPAPE12 aid minor'. In and to the following '
sit OLt HAf IZAI"e.
CURRY COMl\ '
described land lylna and being InBradford
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County, Florida to-wlt
S The Weat-Twelv (It) Acre of
FAT LAW PATOED $ I SHE NEVER / WTmST SONG HITS MO the North Half of the Southeast
JusT ou'x of the Southwest quarter of
WITH BALLOONS WAS FAT fvERYSOti'iB btt e auarter Twenty-throe <13>, Town- f+ r
IT hip Bis (I), south of Rang Tw...-. ;
y-twu (SJ> Rasa i'
,, se. I Anon FACE CoNc laSS This lUth day" of May Itll. '
THe 11 / YOUR Dl: 1L MAN RATA: WIIOWN
/OUIa-Ile FAT '. .". ., .. ( i ilitll. OuardUm1VOT1CB

IAWWNO CA12QIEt SANDWICH> I SI' LOS LASTIfa.ll / AMONCi ,;ow GOL'D y
S16M ON. MAIN 1 v/1TN SAll00NSI i' -
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ST12 EET: I I. hereby' given that .l1ItJ''
NEVER WAS FAT.: I CORA lU3NCIKS: ri'10
lay* after date hereof on t -wlt;
ONE: :3X4COVECEDHO"WEVEC the llnd day of July 1 J1. I the us-
M@1NOD OM f HE/IvtMh
loralgned a-dmlnletrator of the estate ,
IT. UNTIL .--.. "iCl'AKQ4 of Stephen tttgfm, d........... will p....
? ? e s e ant vonohe-e. and final account +
GUe 90o1N3iCKLE { ;., ; : f YO' CArt Zt: o e o .'. to the my Honorable Oeo. A. Gardiner' 1

ptA'FUlL"t MB8EO HEO Ir 7Q I s: (, county Judas of Bradford County,
.,r Florida, and ak for hie apprnval y,
WITH A PIN AND IKT and my dlacharg a* such admlala'VhTa .-

THE AIR OUT. L LI'vw c7stK. Clad day ef May 151 S d1. ,

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BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH STARKE. FLORIDA FRlDAV
EIGHT _, ItS E: 10 ..
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LAST WEEK IN TUB honorary: L.H. Hill, H. O. Hamm J. J. Zelgler -.;::

I' : Bradford County Telegraph LEGISLATURE of Palatka; A. M. Blanchard, O. L. .THERESSAMr Mr. and Mrs.Sunday Tho

LA JVTEYII. Thomas, of Max villa; J. L. Harrell, .. A. L. 8aUh.... Cor. visited Mr. and MrT 1'. !>"
Established 1877 (Continued from page 1.) B.! H. Bor. r. Cor. J. B. Rowe, W. J. Epperson, of Monday afternoon D. w> 11"soil:

i1 Starke. Active were: E. E. Burney, A very disastrous hall storm visited Mr. and Mrs. H

Published Weekly on Fridays and Entered as Second Class State supervision will Insure proper The P. T. A. of the Lawtey J. S. Shuford. J. R. Shuford, C. R. our community late) Saturday hentni:' to Hampton SundayMessrs. D. "II't'
conduct of these establishments.And .
the Post,Office at Starke, Florida school will bold their first meeting Shuford, W E. Toroaa, and R. R. afternoon and did considerable &ttet,
Matter at the inclination of the individual
Friday afternoon at 3 o'clock. It Thede. damage to crops, especially to to J. J. and
E. S. Matthews ____________________ Owner and PublisherJ. will be the only force drawingmen Is urgent that all members attend, He leaves to mourn his loss, a matoes, Ford Hook LImas, watermelons were usinese Visitors Lester 2et8111
or women to witness the track to
devoted wife and four children, A S
C. Robinson ___________________.r Managing Editor content The legislature la to be as there Is quite a bit of business to A. Griffls Alfonso, Griffia, Mrs. W. and corn. The hall was Monday.
with before the openingof and fell for Mrs.
through about
t commended for placing the sporton go very large thirty W. !II. Phillips
C. Wooten and Mrs. F. R. Carra
school. Doris and D
minutes and was followed by heavy and
RATE what Is conceded to be a fair, MIss Hazel
SUBSCRIPTION
Mrs. R .R. Tbede and Mrs. Catherine dine, all of Larrtey; a sister and turned phD a...
basis and this outdoor Wednesday
f In Advance making Teare In Jack one brother. The family have the rain.Mr. after '
1.50 Six: Months, 75c-Payable spent Friday several days dt.
Yearly, $ ; pleasure available without other and Mrs. Arthur Bennett of with 1drs
sympathy of the entire community.Card
sonville.Mr
Advertising: Rates on Application than reasonable conditions.", Clearwater, visited Mr. and Mra. parents at Lovett.
of Thanks
and Mra. J. H. Moore returned -
Both houses held lengthy night home Friday from Ft, Meade We desire to thank the many C. Sullivan Saturday afternoon. "

, sessions during the week and succeeded where they have been for several friends that came and offered their Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Moore were Miami Beach Mrs .

in clearing a host of local, weeks. They have for their guests assistance, also the messages of dinner guests Sunday of Mr. and Meyer received permit for e

pension, game and highway bills their daughter, Mrs. C. Y.- Mayo sympathy that came to us In our Mrs. Thos. F. Brown of Hampton. ot $26,000 apartment house u74

OUR 54th BIRTHDAYWith from the calendars. The senate and two children of Tampa. dark hour when we lost our dear Mrs. J. J. Zeigler and children, Pennsylvania avenue ,

approved the house bill appropriating Mrs. Enoch Griffla and sons, A. husband and father. The floral Rhoda Ruth, Walter and Lester, Tampa Celo Company ;d

7BOO,000 for a standard eight A. and Alfonson, were transacting offerings were beautiful and did returned from Miami Friday, after America purchased four '
this issue the Telegraph ends its 54th year !I months' school term, and another business in Starke Monday. much towards soothing our broken a stay of-several months. building at Zack and Pierce -eigl

of publication. No institution can survive 54 house bill correcting defect in the hearts. Gratefully, Mrs. Enoch Mrs. David Jones of Hampton, ..JacksonvilleHome Krause Btreet,
Mr. and Mrs. E.: E. Burney were P'luitlll
need-and this Okeechobee flood control laws. Griffls, and children: Lawtey, Fla. spent last week with her daughters, opened at 616 Laura
unless it is serving a public In Starke Saturday.Mr. Itrei.
shopping
years Three bills of fair importance were Mesdames A. L. Sullivan and D. W Tarpon Springs a
desire and of the publishers' passed by the house and Mrs. W. II. Edwards tor Co. and G 110.
has been the purpose one setting a Colored People Express Regrets Moore. purchased Monarch
since the Telegraph was founded over half a century scale of salaries for county school and family moved to Klngley lake To the Honorable White Citizens of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Powell and t rage. c.-
Monday, where they will spend the
superintendents, another requiring little Doris and
Lawtey. Fla. daughters, Betty Tampa
friends and patrons we expressour Kialto
To our rest of this month.
the state
ago. budget commission to re- We, the colored people of this Lou, left Monday morning: for ing purchased IS
by
Stovall
and encouragemen'tgiven Mrs. Geo. Roberto Mrs. Ed. Ben-
gratitude for support port 30 days before legislative sessions community much favor In' the eyes Beaufort, S. C., where Mr. Powell and to being remodeled
nett and Miss Louise Thede left for
A us-it is due to these loyal friends that we and the third establishing a for DeLand last''Thursday where and heart of the late and lamented, has a position. merchandise store. gtne'-l'

54th anniversary and our bureau of vocational guidance at Mr. Enoch Griffla, whose passincasts L. L. Youngblood spent last Lantana -
+ Lights
can announce today our the University of Florida. they will spend several days visit- gweek Installed
'' Voting a gloom of sorrow over us in Beaufort, S.:C. returning draw bridge here. *
at all lute Mrs. Roberta' parents. Mr. andTHrs.
intention to continue the policy of working In the house showed a tendency. to home
( Tatum. Indeed we sustain a great loss for Saturday. Stuart-Bids
4 I times for the best interests of the best county in motor defeat vehicle bills doing, hotel away and with railroad the Mra. R. R. Thede and two children the fact his place will be hard to Mr, and Mrs. A. I.. Sullivan work at local air opened field. on IlIIt

Florida. commissions. Richard and Gullda Marie, flU among ua, as we must plod visitors to Hampton Sunday afterI I

The were shopping in Starke Monday along with our many needs and ev- noon. NOTICE OF TA* EQfAtttATlaP: ; :
president of the senate in afternoon. ery day privations. To us and our Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Phillips and .

1933 will be Senator Johns of Leslie Biggs of Starke, la visiting children, he was all that we could little daughter. Doris, and Miss Ida The board of county commi..
44 from the extra session. Starke, who was selected at a caucus expect as a sympathizer and I era of Bradford county Florida, *
There is still hope of hold-over senators. The relatives in Lawtey help- Hagan were shopping In Jacksonville meet at the courthou In tb,cion-9UI.
senate
o Mrs W. E. Torode spent Fridayin er.From Thursday. olnee on Monday. July 6th, ,
passed a measure prohibiting Starke. the colored people of Law Mr. and Mrs. Tim Murphy and I a board of quall ere for thin*
Horse racing is not a new industry in Florida. resident of counties closed to v tey. children, of Stuart celvlng-goes of bearing complaints snttr
: are visiting testimony as to the
hunting or fishing from hunting Supt. Drifts of Starke, was via. hleeal' !
or Mrs. any property, real or
o fishing in other counties. They also . sting in Lawtey Sunday afternoon. RAIFORD STATE FARM Mrs. T.Murphy's B. parents Mr. and nixed, as filed by the tax per'ona",....,u..

It's easier to plan a vacation than it is to get it. adopted a house joint resolution: :Miss Leola Fogg of Brooker, 18 BULLETIN Mr. and Trtest Mrs. A..this J.week.PhllUoa and or for agent the year of 1S31.such against property the 0"110I

to permit the people of the state to visiting Mr. and Mrs. Torod., I J. o. CREW!,
i ,E; o vote in the 1932 Mr. and Mrs., Sam Green, of : Mr. and Mrs. Lonnle Hightower of Chairman of Board of County .
general electionon
Play Ball-the .
Starke
Tigers, all Lawtey, visited D. J. mlBslonera. Bradford fit
k The Telegraph celebrates its 54th birthday this week. a constitutional amendment Jacksonville wer,,L visiting her colored, met the Ralford Lions all Phillips and Attest t County
proposing a four-year term for father, :Mr. H. R. Sapp who Is 111 at colored family Sunday afternoon. O. W. ALDERMAN,
o his home here. on the local diamond-it Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Han and children Clerk and Auditor. (-1t-It-W
,
Watermelon patches draw like a magnet on dark nights. county two-year commissioners terms. The senate Instead of Dr. and Mrs.- J, H. Carradine of plenty was a of good action exciting game, with of Starke visited Mr. and
was on both sides. Results -
Mrs.
J. :P.. Dickinson '
unable to agree on the Orange Park, were visiting in 5 to 2 Sunday.Mr.
i o matter of i In favor of our Lions. and ,Mrs. John Jordan of OVER WORl

Bradford will have another big strawberry crop next congressional unable as yet redistricting to being Lawtey Mrs. J.Friday.T. Moore,, who baa beena The game was played while our orchestra McRae,, visited Mr. and Mrs. S. R. NERVES fD '
concur with the all colored,, gave their Sun- Swindell
kl house in patient In St. Vincent's hospital Sunday afternoon.Mr. .
,
splitting the day afternoon
Reason.
present open air'concert.
: and Mrs. W.
T. Zeigler and
x fourth district In two. Jacksonville, la at home again.
'' -p The words Governor Mr. and Mrs.,F. B. Skipper and Bill little son, Tommie, of Jacksonville

j This section should take up growing of cucumbers on a used in his call for the extra Carlton session baby of Jacksonville, spent Sunday boys who Bailey attended, evangelist church, gave last Sun our visited Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Zeigler

larger scale. should be seriously considered. with his sister Mrs.. E. E. Burney. day'a very Interesting talk. We I Sunday.Mr. Gordon Weest of
Hampton,
As one legislator remarked to this all liked it BUI
so come again.,
o writer, "If the legislature Enoch Orlfltls spent the week-end with his cousIn -
could be
-
The best way to get one-eyed cars off the highways is to .housed up in one of the dormitories Just as the sun was rising over Dr. W. D. Whitaker, physician in ,Mr.Howard and Mrs.Moore. .

put the drivers in jail. of the now vacant Woman's Collegeand the Georgia hills at 6:10 a. m. June charge at the !farm! left Sunday Gainesville visited Rupert Zeigler of
Mr. and :Mrs.
protected from letters, telephone 1, at the home of .a dear friend, for a well-earned vacation. The

I o calls, telegrams and strong Mr. M. Hester, where he had gone doctor will spend the next two

The biggest improvement to be made in the radio worldis lobby delegations by a line of Nat- for a few days vacation, Mr. Enoch weeks at Fort Barrancus, Pensa-

tlonal Guardsmen, strung about Grlffis, who numbered his friends cola, military camp. Dr. H. B. Mc-
_ to take the ad out of it.
the place, legislation of real merit by his acquaintance,closed his eyes Lendon in charge of the dental department

o .would be forthcoming in this extra peacefully in that last long sleep. will accompany Dr. $5.00CASH

With electric clocks getting common, there's only the session." That very nearly tells As the news reached his home-town Whitaker. They both are membersof
4 I the whole story of the dismal failure where he had. been a resident for the Medical Reserve Corp. May
J 1'' problem of getting the cat out nights. of the 60 days' session to result 40 years it cast a gloom over the they both. enjoy their vacation. bey-

'*' o in any legislation of noticeable ben entire county. Thir sudden news yond expectation PRIZETo IIP TO your ears In worfc-

',. Sherlock! Tallahassee Daily Democrat tells' of a efit to the people of Florida. The came as a shock to his loved ones, every nerve at high tendon
Page
< lobbies and special interests were and friends, as he had spent the The Starke Tigers last Sunday, No 'wonder yon snap at the wife
Lake City man being shot with a SIIRDLU. stronger than ever, every constant day before at Lookout Mountainand Met Raiford Lions at play and bark at the children.
Watch out! Overwortsdnerves
.0 observer saw the hands of the leg retired the night before in the Play Ball came the call- person who suggeststhe lead to Sleepta

I The new cars can make seventy in high with ease, but the islators were tied by alarmed Individuals best of health. He arose early Starting with bugle call. most, appropriatename ness Nervous may Headache, Kern
and companies "back Monday morning and was seated at The Tigers played to win, cue indigestion and a boat .a
monthly,payments are just as hard to make. home and the regular session, dissolved the breakfast table'when he com The Lions had to grin, for new combined other unpleasant disturbance!

't. -e into a hopeless mass of minor plained of a pain at his heart. He For they knew their class Grocery and Market to Why don t you try Dr. Milef
legislation and died a few minutes''afterwards. Would the Effervescent Nervine TibltUT
f frustrated Tigers outclass.
As exchange it does look like we would get over attempts open in Hull's store build. .al
an says to work out anything of Mr. Griffin was 68 years old and Just one In a half glass ,,

hating to get out of bed after doing it so many years. major benefit to the state as a spent his life building up Lawtey Mrs. W. D. Whitaker. while the ing about July 1st. water drink makes a pleasant,Mothfaf epi .|
II whole. and helping those that doctor la at ring delightfully
the
o . were in Military Camp, to over-taxed: nerves. '
I Governor Carlton need. He will bemissed by both will be visiting relatives and Nervine to f'
declared "We .M
Per capita wealth means you are supposed to be worth have accomplished at the regular white and colored, not only in our friends at Newnan and Atlanta, Address replies to X-12 made in two fortU-Uquld"

so much money, even if you don't possess a thin dime. session little which the people expected town but the county as,wen. Ga. Effervescent Tablet Both bn ,
and the state He was brought home Tuesday -- the same soothing; effect.
& o far it is a liability requires.Instead of Thus night and placed In his home surrounded Capt. S. E. Rich, in charge of the BRADFORD COUNTY 1.00 at your' drug store
an
From the number of labor saving devices. used in this asset to the state and to the mem- by a wealth of beautiful State Farm commissary, also man. I i

: bers of the flowers-where his loved ones and ager of our ball team, left TELEGRAPH
country one would think us a nation of labor haters., legislature who are Sunday
t thinking !In terms of service. Bur- friends gazed upon, the peaceful for a two week's vacation. He will
o..-- -- dens have ben added rather than face of one that,had been a good be visiting relatlv.. .at Clover, S. Starke, Fla. 0tt

_ The Lake Worth Herald will soon reach the age of discretion lifted and we leave discouragement husband, father and citizen. Wednesday C. His brother, James Rich, guard, NERVINETA.BCETS I
at 2 o'clock, the funeral at the farm will
rather than him.
-that paper celebrating its 20th anniversary last hope to the people." In accompany
presenting his opinions on the extra was held at the home and was at. ---,., -
+ week. session, called to consider finance tended by hundreds of friends from The most popular'' boulevard In

ri _,.. __u____ u ____ and taxation and the appropriations (many different places. Rev. H. V. Bradford county on Sunday afternoon
bills Skipper, a close friend, delivered Is the Turnpike, at the Rai-
only, the
Palatka News wants to limit candidates for public offices governor the ford
said, "I have heretofore suggested funeral sermon and spoke State Farm. You ought to see .
to those who can prove they have paid their taxes before announcing sources of revenue to meet the requirements words. of comfort to the bereaved the crowds-come and have a look. r. s rr .'s I

of the schools, sources ones. The choir sang very Impressively g
to relieve the state ad valorem tax, "When the Roll is Called up Everybody here who have their

o a fair allocation of our present gas Yonder, ru Be There" a favorite private gardens, are exhibiting fine

v Being a parrot is not so bad when one is left a million revenue a uniform system of records song of Mr. Griffla. Interment wa specimen-and by the way-the
made In Crosby cemetery under the fine tomatoes and ..jt
and accounts for the various cucumbers-are
'dollars by its deceased owner If Florida comes In on the division units of government, a budgeting direction of DeWitt C Jones, Com daily coming into the dining hall.

f of that tax:, some ef the money will go for a better pur- system, a purchasing department, pany. Pallbearers were Intimate The crops will be good, and the
:r.; friends and were composed of gardenerll-8&tlatled.
,
iN pose. an adjustment of the compensation .
aril of county officers and the abolition /
;
0 proprlation bill
"! ot, unnecessary courts"The of 914,000.000, A beautiful evening-a broad
fir, The constitutional amendment to relieve automobiles of which Is likely to be cut to the highway brand new automobile
chief
!f. executive declared, neighborhood of 911,000.000.
"1'!' personal tax became a law and like other tax-exempting measures "Our goal must be: bllla included: a, tax' of 91.50 The on -with-on a people moonlight gaY-out for a sight t /r

;.} it's not going to save the taxpayer any money in the 1. To the provide revenues apart each 910O gross'' receipts of gas, caused Dl&Dy-a dltry night dish -to have j r
from -
lay
general property tax to electric,
1 long run. telephone and telegraph In the sink-overnight. h
meet the
requirements of the
companies; five cents a gallon on R. V. r
Kemp
0 schools. It Is Idle Librarian.
an ceremony to kerosene; Increased auto license M

Palatka and Ocala are discussing old-time clocks in their: make appropriations without revenue ' taxes, with passenger tax on buses t

j courtho se Bradford county has never had a clock in the 2. to To meet them. and freight tax oa trucks; and a I & ? 4Y
provide new sources of tax on tangible and Intangible I WE -. :
courthouse but there in the for clocks personal CONGRATULATE
steeple
are openings revenue not to Increase our burdens property. I .. Q,

:; :that are as old as the building. but solely for the purpose of In commenting on this programand The
Telegraph
relieving the general property tax, the general problem' confront on
k 0i
:; particularly the state; ad valorem. ing the state Governor SAFE
i i; "_ Some objections are being raised on the proposed tax on 3. The allocation of our present said, 'It Is far too serious Carlton to per- Its 54th AnniversaryMay CONSERVATIVE

kerosene, Baying it is a tax on the poor man. The poor deserve gas,tax on a formula that is fair mit personal or political ambitions
-I throughout the state and that will to Interfere with'' improvementswhich POLICY
whites
: sympathy but when one considers the number of end contention between
big and lit
are needed If the
and negroes,securing full benefit of all advantages furnished tie counties. I caution you against .people and Its enterprises state.are Its to we serve you with . . .

by the state without paying one cent of tax, a different light arbitrary standards and again urge pamper" Your Hardware

is placed on the matter.Government the federal allocation as a sound In discussing the faults of the Problems We have followed a safe middle course in

baaIe. present tax system, and the man- our policy. We have readily accepted all
o 4. Better machinery for tax collection ner In which It Is breaking down, that is ,
farm census figures show that Bradford and a tax commission ft the chief executive... four Items Fishing new and desirable in modern methods

county farms decreased in number from 1286 in 1920 to 921 three members authorized to adjust of solution of the problem: A re Tackle and practices, without departing from
; and assist in the collection of duction In the state any of the
in 1930, acreage from 134,608 to 56,263, and valuations of past due taxes, place on our rolls rat mad possible through property taxation tax. Especially ing safety. established principles of bank

1M. farm lands $4,136,355 to $2,396,261 for the same ten-year property now escaping taxation, of new source which are not .

period. DeSoto county showed a worse condition if one relieson assist In working out our tax problems now taxed and which should Lelp This friendly
bank
and will welcome ac
give stability to our entire to bear publics-expanse; the placement Dealer In John your
the government report, which neglected to state that Bradford I I tax structure. of deflait. and additional Deere Plows count.

__ ,. county was divided in half since the 1920 census to form When the extra session convened funds for the operation of the common and Parts

' another county; while DeSoto only had four new counties Saturday morning, revenue bills schools; re-allocation of that
to a total of about 21000.000 were part of the gasoline tax revenues The BANK of STARKE

,carved out of it. Such governmental reports 'work an injustice Introduced and referred to special going to counties, to apply on bonded Starke Hardware: &

on counties so divided inasmuch as there are some who committees, before the legislature debts and the complete and fair .AN HONOR ROLL BANK

'I 'believe the government cannot make a mistake. recessed until Tuesday evening of enforcement of the general property Furniture Co. E. S. Matthews
this week. Pres.
: There was also the ap- tax In the c tree.r (B. J. Davis CashierI"AOK
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