Group Title: Bradford County Telegraph.
Title: Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Uniform Title: Bradford County Telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke, Fla.
Starke Fla
Publication Date: June 19, 1931
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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Bibliographic ID: UF00027795
Volume ID: VID04816
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 33886096
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II ed 1877 .Subscription-For Year, $1.50: Six Months\ 75c-Pa7able In Advance
I E. S. J Matthews, Owner and Publisher>

r Local Boxer Loses FORMER LOCAL YOUTH F

a CENT CITY Thursday Nights Card Drew Larg- Augustus C. Long son of Judge Heavier rail ha been laid between :
d et Crowd Yet to Witness and Mrs. A. V. Long of Highlands To f Be Observed Starke and Waldo by the Vaaco Forsyth crowned his fightIng Attend

... Local Flghto sailed yesterday on the steamship Seaboard Railway extra gangs replacing achievements with a five round Progran
Albert the 85-pound ran In use knockout victory over Whit Webbof ,
Ballln. for Ireland, wherehe -
f foe Hitting Spree. To Win Last Thursday night-at the armory has been commissioned manager State Live Stock Saiatary Board with' l00pound.IL The crews Pelham Ga., In a classic attrac- -
0-2 I bar been working this week be tion staged by the City Club in Cattl man'
1c Game Matchmaker Carl Prevatt of the Texaco Oil Company of Sponsors Purebred Bull Sale Day Creating Hktemctf
..:.--' put on a number of good bouts to Ireland Limited with headquarters Juno" 2,0th tween Starke and Hampton and Gainesville Monday night. The bout Purebred Bull Sale tB..1IIi1I4 "
steady has been made In was scheduled to ten rounds
; progress go
Thursday afternoon the lo- the largest crowd ever to witness In'Dublin.. The responsible -
I 1 club sponsored by Amert- fight in the local arena. It Is the position has been conferred upon Seven counties-, Alathua :Marion, .pit* of the number of trains using but Forsyth was determined thatIt Dr. J. V. Knapp atatw Toturlnartan -
this part of the line. should five he ended
Ln, won a game which'waLs intention of Mr. Prevatt to havea the former Gainesville resident, In Voluala. Flagler, St.Johns,Putnam go only so advises that cattle Industry
New rails of the the with
same weight argument a crushing Interests
battle btween "Speed"of fast and clean'card every Thurs- I his twenty-sixth year and followsa and Duval successfully completed outside the state are
from Starke north were laid at the right to Webb's Jaw.
I the Starke and Prevatt day night. series of Important promotions their campaign against the cattle manifesting an Increasing interest
time the Seaboard doubletrackedtheir Webb who la semi-final boxerIn
a In
Lent City. Both were going In the main'bout of the evening "made since entering the company; fever tick on May 30,' 1931. The the tick eradication and live
line to Baldwin, and this Atlanta rings apd who has stock
portion ap- Improvement
land few hits were being Horace Burkel of Jacksonville, 156 December of 1929. splendid cooperation of the cattle program of the
. of the fine between Starke peared on cards with Stribling, displayed State Livestock
Iff until the pound, won a clean cut decisionover Mr. Long who owners Is Sanitary Board.
either pitcher was graduatedfrom largely responsible for
and Waldo Is
.1a all that remains of speed and style but simply lie has been informed
Imlng came along, then the Vasco Forsyth, local battler. the U. S. Naval Academy In the gratifying results and the single track line. was not a match for the Pride of Ktnzer. secretary of the that R. J.
jegan rapping hits to all cor- Forsyth gave away seven pounds, Annapolis In 1929, served one year board desires to express Its appreciation Bradford who sailed Into his opponent Hereford Breeders
ftlie field.Inbaker . and was handicapped by Burkel's In the air service and for more for this cooperation. The Association
from the opening gong and will be In the
LET CONTRACT state this
and Parka were the longer reach, and bad trouble at than two years saw sea service extermination of the tick from FOR relented month
until the
never Georgia and
{ stars for the local, each lond distance bitting. Burkel la On being commissioned, lieutenant these counties paves 'the way for NEWBERRY' LINK foe was sleeping on the canvas. program will attend and the the auction cattlemen's day r

j two,with Rlckenbaker get- one of the cleverest boxers seen In the naval service, he resignedIn the development of a worth while The battle opened slow with both purebred bulls of the beef sale of
lions double. Hornsby andof her in sometime. This pair will 1929, to enter the employ of the cattle Industry in this large area. Action of the state highway department fighters measuring the ability of be held at the fair type to +
the visitors also get- .probably be re-matched at an early Texaco company. I The next step Is the use of pure- in session yesterday at the other. They progressed cau- Gainesville, tomorrow.grounds
t> each of,their team' six date; as Forsyth la satisfied he can On being sent to Florida by the :bred registered bulls of good qual- Tallahassee, in accepting the bid of tiously. Forsyth was a shad the June 20th starting at 1:00 Saturday.
["Speed" Harvey besides take the measure of the Jackson- oil company. :Mr. Long was stationed ity, crossing them with the native the WUllaton Shell Rock Companyat better of his worthy opponent as The event Is being put on: by p. the m.

g out an even dozen bat- ville boxer. If given another chance In Miami, Tampa and OrlandoIn cattle. In this manner the long- $6,400 for paving material forth the round ended. The Stark contestant board In connection with Its cattle
I tted out the longest bit of In the semi-final, Vernon Rowe, the later place being made Texaco horn cattle of Texas have been I resurfacing and paving of knocked Webb to his kneesIn Improvement program conduct.* '

a long double to deep cen- 128 pounds, of Lawtey and Jerry representative. Recently he was practically bred off the ranges. about ten miles of state road No. the second but the Georgian ed In conjunction with the tick, "
I Smith 135 pounds of Hollywood, ordered to New York to assume Conditions In Florida In regard to 14. from a point six miles west of came up fighting as the bell rang. eradication work. The Gainesville 1

I I Starke team la Improving fought a fast eight round draw;: duties in Ireland.Mr. cattle; raising are more advantageous Gainesville to Newberry, means Forsyth carried the fight In the Chamber of Commerce and the Extension t
1 and all they need la the full some however, thought Smith hada Long who is the son of one than In Texas, under tick free the completion of that highway third throwing left hooks and Division of the Universityof
Mon and attendance of the shade the better of the fighting. of Florida's most, prominent JurIsts conditions.In from end to end. No. 14 has its straight right to his foe's face Florida are cooperating.

) have one of the best ama- Mack Davis Sampson City 134 was married several years ago connection with Its live stock western terminus where It joins and body. Webb attempted to retaliate The chamber of commerce will ,

: ma in this part of the state.ry .. pounds, hung the knockout on Jas. at a fashionable wedding in Wash Improvement campaign, the board state road No. 19 about half a mile with rights to the face but give away on the day of the sale u
follows: Butler Green Cove Springs, 133 Ington. D. C., to";Miss Elizabeth has arranged an auction sale of from the bridge across the Suwannee was not able to make much head- one purebred registered Hereford ;'

e ABRHA 01S0130 pounds, In the third round with a Walsh, niece of Montana's famous purebred, registered>; beef-type river at Fannln Springs. The helfe=. The conditions In connection -
pan, as left and a right to the Jaw. The senator Thomas J. Walsh. They bulls, to be held at Fair Grounds, eastern termlnues Is in the city of way.Webb flashed his best style in with the gift will be announced ;
D i 1 3: 1 21S00I0 end came during a mlxup with both have one daughter.) Gainesville, June 20. They; sale Palatka, although It Is understoodthat the fourth and the battlers foughton at the sale. I

3bI" boxer mixing It freely with both Mr. Long will be joined In Dublin starts at 1:00 p. m. some day No. 14 will be con- even terms for a number of In commenting o the event, Dr.
4 02112 fists. In the other preliminary later In the summer by Mrs. The above countje will celebratethe tinued into Hastings and from second. They exchanged blows Knapp said. "I know of no better
3100. 1 Billy Parker of Starke and: Johnny Long and their small daughter. completion of.the work of tick Hastings eastward: to the Atlantic with Webb receiving the benefitof way to celebrate the completion .

cf 4110 1 Young of Green Cove Springs, Gainesville DaIly Sun, June 11th. eradication In the; observance ofCattlemen's ocean at Crescent Beach In St the argument. Webb 'won the of tick eradication than to purchase -

baker, Ib 3320 fought a four-round draw. --* Day and are Inviting Johns county about ten miles round with a slight advantage.The a purebred registered bull
I. rf 3110 0 Dick Gore, who with F. R. Car- the cattlemen of Levy. Gllchrlst, south of St. Augustine. battlers swapped blowa for with which to start herd Improve- ;3

ve. rf 1110 1 radlne, did the refereeing, put on a Florida Has 400Enrolled Lafayette, Dlvle. Taylor, Madison, The resurfacing of No. 14 be-. more than a minute In the fifth ment. I trust that every cattle ,

p 4114 1 fast four-round exhibition with at C. M. T. C. Suwannee, Hamilton, Columbia, tween Newberry and the Gaines-i before Forsyth unloaded his pow- owner In the counties Just com
[tail 86 91010 27ABRHAO Jimmy Vlnzent;, which was a neat Bradford, Union, Clay and Baker ville section, has long been sought I erful right. The battle ended then pleting dipping, and the adjacenttick
exhibition and enjoyed by those counties, also tick, free, to Join by the residents of both communities and there was no question as to tree counties, will be ablo to ?
been mustered in and
cent City witnessing the match. with them In making this event a who was the best man. The hugecrowd attend this showing and sale of
M 4. 1 1S 0 : familiarized with camp routine success. The chamber of com W. A. Shands, local member of, loudly applauded the knock really fine cattle." ?
over the week-end approximately; merce of Alachua county and the the road board, some time out. Webb In at while -
r, lb .5 1 2-0 13 Regular Meeting Of ago I weighed ISO. -
400', young men from throughout Extension Division of the University stated that the work on the New- Forsyth tipped the beam at 145 ,
on,3b 4 4002 0003" 0 Business Men's Club Florida Monday morning began the of Florida Join the board In berry link would be done by the I -- rEELS, OPTIMISTIC OVEKSTRAWBERRY ?'

yc -----,i-sayf' * military physical and citizenship] cordially inviting cattlemen and department with the use of con, CROP
021 1 / // Club To Hold
> 4.
yrtI. Boys
Business that will continue through
'The Men's Club of training others Interested to visit Gainesville vict labor. It Is understood work -
.lf 4000. Starke met In regular sseslon Monday the 30 days of the Citizens Military June 20 and< take part in will be begin Immediately. Annual Four Day Camp Lake City, June IS.--Interest
LetI2b 3010' 3
at the Magnolia Cafe. After Training Camp at Fort Screven, launching in this area a "Better Gainesville Sun, June 13th. continues to grow In the strawber
3 0..4 ,.2p
0 lunch ChaIrman:Crews called for near Savannah Go. Cattle Raising Program," conducted The 4-H Club boys of Union and ry-growing campaign. The plan is
& 3002 1 committee reports. F. F. Stumpon The young men mostly students, in connection with the live stock 4-II CLUB RADIO PROGRAM TO I Bradford counties will hold their to secure an acreage as large as ,

irficf 10000 committee to assist Mr. RobertsIn between the ages of 17 and 24", be- Improvement work of' the 'board' BE BROADCASTED annual camp tot four days, beginning possible In this vicinity, a minimumof

10001 advertising ins he Jacksonville gan arriving from their Florida which has resulted In the placingof June 20th. The camp this fifteen acres being the goal set.
tai 34 2 8U 24 Journal reported nearly all the homes Thursday and were quartered over one thousand purebred cattle There will be a radio program year will be held at the old Boy It Is pointed out by Col. Fred

amount of money required by Mr. and outfitted before being mus- most of which were bulls, In broadcast over NBC through Scout camp at Interlachen. which Cone, who Is giving a great deal of $
ary: 2 base hits, Wall, Roberta as being subscribed. The tered Into three companies, two infantry the tick free area of the state. Dur- WJAX,' Jacksonville, from the Is situated on a beautiful lake attention to the move at this time,

I Rlckenbaker, Harvey; sacrl- road sign committee was reportedby and one machine gun. ing April of this year forty pure National 4-H Club Camp at WashIngton where swimming and water sports that with miscellaneous patches of

Jls,Henley, Warner, ; bases on J. M. Mitchell as being still ac Virtually every county In Florida bred, registered bulls were distrib- D. C., Monday June 22, 1 may be enjoyed. berries aggregating a total of fifteen -
(off Harvey, 1, Prevatt 0; I and almost every larger town and uted In St. Johns, Flagler and Put- to 1:20: p. m. and Tuesday, June Every provision has been madeto acrea or more, It can be ar-

i"out by Harvey 12, Prevatt tive.Mr.. J. E. Chase, Jr.. of the Lion's city of the state is represented In nam counties. The live stock Improvement 23, 1 to 1:20: 'p. m. Every club give the boys a very enjoyableand ranged that a truck leave Lake
on 1; hit by pitcher Har- Club of Gainesville, was the speaker the enrollments.The campaign of the State member and those Interested In the profitable four days camp City every morning at 10 o'clockfor
| Prevatt Wall, Moore, Rick- of the hour. Mr. Chase handled mornings are to be devotedto Live Stock Sanitary Board has great 4-H Club movement should They will be quartered In a good the Stark market. This acreage -

r: double plays Harvey to his subject well and was well ap military and citizenship training proven of great value to cattlemenand listen In on these programs. building well screened with cots,, would produce from fifty to
baker; losing pitcher Pre- plauded. with the afternoons given- to many have taken advantage of Only two boys and two girls tables cook stove, and necessary one hundred crates of berries per
I Umpires, Seemore and Mon- various kinds of athletics, it beingas It Its purpose Is ttvenoourage the from each state are permitted to I conveniences to make the place day.

1,000 CASES OF SALMON nearly optional as possible to raising of better cattle following attend this camp every year, and comfortable and healthful. This plan Is now being followed
SEIZED BY MAYO BUREAU the trainee to what sport he enters. the eradication of the cattle fever it Is considered the highest award Our club agent and district from Providence Macclenny and

LES S. HILL These sport activities Include tick and to make it convenient for that a club member can achieve agents from the Gainesville office Glen St. Mary, and la found extremely 4'

DIES IN LAKE BUTLER Nathon Mayo, state commiSsioner surf swimming on the post's own cattlemen to obtain quality, pure Perhaps we will have a representative will be In charge and with the profitable. In fact the cost
of agriculture Friday announced beach, baseball volley ball, boning, bred registered bulls free of any from our county next year, county agent will put on a lively to each grower Is lees than It would '.

lea S. Hill for' about "aiza : officials of tbe Inspection bureau kitten or indoor baseball, tennis, contagious or infectious disease, and Interesting program every day be were each man to haul his own
resident of 'Lake Butler, .I of his department had confiscatedmore field and track, golf and horse shoe and at as reasonable price as pos COUNCIL HOLD MID-MONTH with the boys. berries Into a local market aa thecartage

at his boarding place,' the than 1,000 cases of salmon pitching. All sports and athleticsare sible. SESSION "This Is to be only a 4-H Club would be distributed over F
of Mrs. Onle Pons on Lake 'which the state chemist claimed to supervised by trained directorsso boys' camp," Mr. Dyer county the entire load.Strawberries.
Lake Butler Tuesday night be "unfit for human consumption." that the participants may derive Press Association The city council of the city of agent, says, "and any boy who Is Profitable ,
9th about 10 o'clock. , The salmon, Mayo said was the greatest benefit from them. I Meets Starke met June 16tb, In regular carrying a project and Is keepingup Some Idea of the profits afforded
Hill served Union seized at Jacksonville and Tampa Various teams will be organizedIn Here Today session with the following members his record Is eligible to go, and I by berries may be gleamed from a
or for some and county at the where) It was shipped from. Seattle, each of the three companies with! present: C. F. Hoover chairman, should go." 'clipping appearing In state paper
lection last time Wash. Tests made at the state competitive matches and tournaments Newspapers of the second con- J. C. Manning, W. L. Wall, N. '' I under date of April 35, which was

but his year health was would chosenerk not laboratories here showed the can- to be arranged and awards gressional district Including the Sternberg.The RATTLE TRAP MACESRATTLED 'early in the season. This dispatch, r

t him to remain In ned salmon to be 75 per cent bad given the winners. In addition to Suwannee River Press Association, attorney was instructed to ,originating from Starke, said:
dered his office. and in some Instances, he said. the sports, other recreational facil- will be well represented in Starke proceed with collection of delin ."With today's movement of 'The company owning the salmon ities are available on the post for today where the newspaper work- quent assessments, by suit or oth Winners in the Ford races held strawberries from the Starke-Law- {
services were J held at these Including ers will be entertained by Con- erwise. the Station tey platforms the season's total
me of his at Jacksonville opposed the seizure the young Floridians, by Courtesy Service
brother Louis H by obtaining a temporary restrain- .dally motion- pictures of the gressman R. A. Green and this W. D. Fender requested permitto last Friday afternoon were Buster tonight stood at 2,499,000 quarts. R

at sok Thursday after- ing order from the circuit-court, latest releases and band concerts. newspaper. The visitors will go di- erect sandwich shop on Walnut Klckllter. first place and Ben which have brought the growers a
and burial was rect to Klngsley Lake upon arrival street. The matter referredto cash return of 1937.642.56." '
ergreen while the Tampa firm asked for a was Sternberg, second. Only four entrants -
cemetery, Jackson- before the commissioner NABBED FOR STEALING CAR where they will be given the opportunity the street committee. were qualified but the races It was pointed out by Col. Con
hearing Mayo, of a swim In the finest lake The report of the clerk treas- drew a large crowd and attracted that the tobacco cucumbers and
No was, a member of Ashlar and the attorney general Truby Robinson of Raiford, was In the state, and later in afternoon urer and tax collector for the attention aa they circled the two- cotton-all of them combined did "V

at 98, Free and Accepted said._._ arrested Tuesday afternoon at served a fish supper prepared by I month of May was approved and mile course. To limit their speed not bring this sum Into Columbia

requested St. Augustine and that IN' MEMORIAM Hampton by Officer Alvarez and Mr. Maceo Hicks of Waldo.. filed. only three spark plugs were allowed. county. It would seem, therefore 4,
Lake Butler lodge placed In the county Jail charged that If farmer residing on suitable t1
"charge of the Masonic rites Whereas. God In Ills Infinite love with the theft of a Ford touringcar TRENTON GROVE FORD SHOW DRAWS CROWD lands would devote a'portion of
ey. A delegation from Pllcommandery and wisdom has taken the- brother belonging to Bert Ellington. ,RECEIVES- CHARTER MRS. MARY E.: WELLS their fields to strawberries the annual I

1 Knight Temp- of beloved perstdent, Mrs.N. D. The car was missed shortly afterIt Between 000 and 600 attended crop output from this county r
1 Gainesville In which the our and sisters Mrs. E. E. was taken and Chief Alvarez, Mrs. Vonda E. Inman state aUd- ,.the Ford Show held In the show Mrs. Mary Elvira Wells, 67, wife would be very materially advanced.- t+
Mason held'membership, Walnwright itor and district manager of the rooms of L W Andrews Jr. last It was further '
E. Canova and who bad been watching Robinson of the late Stephen M. Wells died brought out at a' ;
eat at the funeral Canova on account of his drunken condition Woodmen Circle: bad the honor-of Thursday afternoon and night, the at the horn of her sons, Roger D., recent meeting' of strawberry<

t leaves a brother Louis H. Mrs. J. L. Fraxee.the Woman's Club of set out after him, overtaking presenting the charter-to the Su! different model of Ford car, Including and Rude A. Wells, 171S Main growers, that the fruit war a sure '
Lawtey:saris C. a Hill Jr. Whereas, wannee River. Grove at Trenton, the convertible and of distribution t'
with the car at Hampton.. Unless Robinson coup street, Jacksonville Wednesday way giving large to
raeoton, and a Stark 'deeply sympathize loss of ; aucceda in making bond he Monday. June 13th, at a Joint and town sedan, the complete line of morning at 8 o'clock.the end coming the funds for which the crop sold.
R UU Bradenton. tamourn them In their Irreparable .will stay In'jail until the fall term open meeting with the*Woodmen trucks, all being on display and very suddenly. Mrs. Well moved These berries must b*"gathered y

Ing. their brother. resolved that we of clrcut court. of the World and friends. held the attention of the visitors to Jacksonvlll from Stark 14 and the work of picking .la largely ,
be it e
Therefore, Woman's Mrs. Inraan was escorted Into the during the day. The three reel year ago and Is remembered by accomplished by children add v om-* r.

FORD riQ blzs as a committee of the these resolution ROAD TO RIVER RESURFACED hail by the secretary. Mr*. Susie talking'pictur* of'th Ford plant older citizen of the town. She Is, en._ The picker.are paid'two cent i
C '. Club of Starke. ask minutesof. Moore through a bridge formed by was run through a capac- survived,, by her two sons, four i per! quart and frequently run two
.L ,xLE COTTONto be entered on the and Tuesday the team holding arm bouquets of hundred
j, Stat forces Monday ity nous* brothers and three sisters.Funeral : quarts per day per picker.
d14g -- .the Woman'. Club, and a copy were engaged In resurfacing flowers. At the claM of the presentation service will be held In Sometime a family with four or
the and ;
et1 by the census report be sent to each of these sisters Bradford that portion of state road 13 between of the charter member of WIND DOES DAMAGE Starke Friday afternoon 2 o'clock: five member will engage In the li'If
we*. Bradford of one published in the Hampton and the Alachua the degree staff presented Mrs. In- from the Methodist church Rev. work, resulting In a most substantial
*. bales of county pro- County Telegraph. county line, the work being com- man and the guardian, Mrs. Har- 'During the hard rainstorm of Jones officiating, followed'toy inter- family Income. '
OIIlIt cotton last year. Submitted by, pleted Tuesday. Contract have dee with their bow ueta. Saturday afternoon, about 65 feet ment In the family plot at Crosby If the movement can b* started
with being croWD on five Mrs. W. G. Halle, also been let for resurfacing that i of the roofing was taken off cemetery. here on the small scale, a* suggested n
'Port a total acreage of 79. Mrs. Frank Hoover section north of Lawtey and with Punta Gorda Highway bridge Jreen's Dairy a short distance It may grow Into an enornua -
also showed this acre- Mrs. L. D. Vlning. its completion, all of road 13 within across Peace River costing more: north of town. The rainfall was MONUMENT UNVEILED Industry. Literature concern
makertoe fr ton of cotton- Bradford county will have been 'than J800,000, nearing completion. heavy over a considerable portionof ing soils and modes of cultivationmay

s.92 tar y produced 224 CEMETERY WORKING given its second top coat of tar Plant City-Hockett Studio now, the county and hall fell for several Starke Woodmen Circle No. 278 be secured free from the s;]
t 82:5: ms and total ***'- Dea- and slag. This repair work does located at 114 East Reynolds: minutes within the town. The assisted In the memorial exercises chamber of commerce. I'!
and at
129 bales produced re- There will be a working of not Include: any part of the high street. I unusual hot weather has caused;; I held In Lake Butler Sunday In the .,
with from 37 dan cemetery for the purpose running through Starke, Law- Panama City :Mru. Mlllirona I this section to get more than Its unveiling of the monument of Mrs. BAPTIST
an acreage of 348. cleaning off the grounds. All in- way tey and Hampton. opened mattress factory on First usual share of hailstorms;although Mabel Morgan Crews. Starke degree .

QVICES terested.please attend. S street. damage reported from this cause : staff put on the work at the Sunday 10 a. m., A. :J- Thomas s +r
AT SAXTON Airways Btarke-Dr. R. W. Martin. Palm Fort Myers-Construction started bar been small. grave,
I' Tampa All-American air Beach, took over dental office and on first dyke of 99.000,000 Lake i i i supt.Worship at 11 a. m. and 8 p. m. .
1 afternoon services will be held next inc.. owners of 375-acre: practice of Dr. B. S. CarrolL. Okeechobee: -CaUcosabatchee river St. Aagustlne.-Extenalv* addlJona Birth Baptism at the evening service.

3:30 at Suton KethChurCb. port In Miami, to openWldstie Dredging under way on eastern flood control and navigation pro.jest to be erected to San Marco :Mr. and Mrs. Edward Rowe, Mid-week service Wednesday at 1

InYltecJ. : o'clock The pabnrtiy'jr' { restaurant Jacksonville, Installed new fountain. end of pensacola-MobU canaL avenue hostelry, Vauga Villa. I I Lawtey daughter, June 15th 8 p. m. .4.' r

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plan for distribution of the six cent -

. Legislative News' ] as substituted amendment the and sent senate the plan bill I I Cmuuten ;

u, 'i back. to the house of representatives. yowl ftf6Al!;' _ !!

A general gross retail sales tax would send proceeds from three ---_

of two per cent In Florida was cents of the present six cents tax The taxation bill sponsored by

proposed In a bill Introduced In the to the state road department and Senator Gomez carried out a recommendation -I
of Governor Carlton I Your
state senate Thursday by SenatorA. three cents to the counties propor- to permit the payment of current Don't Rasp Throat

W. Young Vero Beach. Young tionately on a basis of area,. population taxes In two Installments, with

estimated annual revenue of $20- and money spent In con- both payments to be made between

f 000,000. His bill provided this structing or helping to construct November 1 and April 1. The bill

revenue should replace all state ad' state roads. passed 28 to 8. The entire tax

1, valorem taxes: except the constitutional would become delinquent if the With Harsh

; ; one mill levy for public The Florida senate finance and first Installment payment is not

y schools. The bill was Introduced taxation committee Friday reported paid by January 1, according to the

N at the request of the independentretail unfavorably bills proposing reductions provisions of the measure, while
grocers association of Florida and regulations In the salaries i
the second payment becomes delinquent _
said. The association, officers. One of '- .. iii -
Toting of county :
If the first Is paid on time
IT :i be said, claimed: a membership oft the bills proposed a graduated scaleof : gI
1. A
on April delinquency
pay- Irritants '
k I 1
more than 4,000. Collected by a salaries for all county fee offi- .
ment of two per aent per month is _
coupon system, the sales tax would cers, the scale to be based on population authorized under the bill's provisions. -

'" Cover! every sale of merchandise. of the counties. The other .
A discount of two per centIs
r' made in Florida, Including foodstuffs measure proposed to regulate the
allowed If the entire tax .Is paid
s f, real estate, automobiles and : salaries of county commissioners Yiv 4liI
in November; a discount of one per
,'4 all other articles. Coupons wouldbe [according to population of coun-
cent allowed if the tax Is paid in "Reach for
d furnished to county tax collec ties. December. a

tors by the state comptroller, and -
would be sold at 20 cents for $10 A five cent stamp tax for ciga- -
Statements on one side that a LUCKY instead"Evo 1
,iworth The coupons would be rettes was proponed in the Florida retail L
general sales tax would
R/ k printed in the same denominationas house Friday by Representative .
/ "result in economic ruin" and on
national currency, except that Westbrook. The bill provided thata
the other'slae that the tax would
they would extend down to one- five cent stamp should be placedon
"restore activity in Florida's great-
i, ,i fifth of one cent. When a merchant every package of cigarettessold est commodity-real estate" were started It and the daughters .

made sale the customer would the state without ,
a In regardto
made Monday night as a senate of gff;% r.%f'r
Eve Inherited
: r: produce bis book of coupons, and retail value or size of package. committee conducted a public bearIng It. Eve gave Adam the

r merchant would take, out enoughcoupons Stamps would be sold to retailersby on a bill proposing a gross re- apple and It seems that Adam must A ; Fu
: to two cent of state
the through
cover comptroller
tall sales tax of two per cent. The have It
passed For and
C the sale price. These coupons would state banks. committee adjojurned without taking on. every man

be retained by the merchant, for every woman has an Adam's Apple. VC
action on the bill. A vote on ,' >
comparison with his records of Reduction of the state's Judicial

ales whenever a state officer asked circuits from 28 to 18 was proposed whether the senate it will favorably be reported or unfavor back to Put your" finger on your Adams Apple St 4S

a comparison. If the customerdid in a bill by RepresentativesBlack ably will be'taken later Senator --thatisyourlarynxyourvoicebox-I -

not have a book of coupons, Alachua and Coffee, De-
the merchant would be authorized Boto. The circuits would be divid- Alfred mittee H.chairman Wagg, Palm said.Beach SpeakingIn com- It contains your vocal chords. Consider 1 u' OOH w '

to buy from the tax collector counties of the state. follows -
? coupons ed over support of the measure, Senator your Adams Apple-when you do 10,
and add to the sale price of

an article the amount of the tax. First: -Kscambla, Santa Rosa Young fair and said Just he form believed of taxation it to be, "a to you are considering: your throat your t' 4' .'

Then the coupon would be taken Okaloosa and Walton. vocal chords Don't throat
the tax
spread burden over the rasp your
out of the merchant's book. The Second-Gadsden, Leon, Wakul- <,y xwithharshirritants.RoaehforaLUCKY
I greatest number of people. "I MInstead.HerelnAmericaLUCKYSTRIKE' V
,county tax collector could appoint 1a, Franklin, Jefferson and Liberty. firmly believe merchants are not c4

s deputies at various places in the Third-Madison, Taylor Lafayette paying their just share of taxes i <''

county to assist In selling the coupon Suwannee and Hamilton.
book for operation of this government Is the only cigarette which brings
m Fourth-Duval and St. Johns. and if this bill has done nothingelse you ,::

.w; Fifth-:Marion, Citrus, Hernan- it has brought from them the the added benefit of the exclusive"rOASTING"
N A summary of Thursday's legislative do Sumter.
admission that they are willing to
r action follows: Passed bill Sixth-Pasco and Plnellas. increased Process which Includes '
pay occupational 11censes. .
for tax of $1.50 on each $100 gross Seventh-Flagler, Volusla and ." the use of modern Ultra Violet Rays. ,

receipts of gas, electric, telephoneand Lake. ,

telegraph companies. Passed Eighth Dixie, Gllchriat, Levy The biennial-appropriations bill It I Is this exclusive process that expels.

bill for license tax on chain stores, Alachua and Putnam. .
certain harsh Irritants
pared from $14,000,000 to $11,000- present In all '
and tax of each off .
$3 on $1,000 Ninth Washington, Holmes,
000( the Sr
during regular session of
stock carried in all stores. Received Jackson, Calhoun Gulf and Bay. the Florida legislature, la due for raw: tobaccos.These expelled Irritants 1
bill for sales tax on luxuries and Tenth Polk.
sold to
another trimming before it Is are of chemical
non-essentials including amouse- Eleventh-Dade and Monroe.
placed before the house for con-
4 ments, clgarets, cigars, tobaccos, Twelfth-Glades. Hendry, Collier sideration in the special session, compounds. They are not present In

cosmetics, sporting goods Jewelry Lee and Charlotte.
Chairman Putnam, of so we say
:, and other articles. Received fourth ThlrteenthHillsborough.Fourteenth .
the house
for reallocation of appropriations committee "Consider your Adam's "
plan gasoline Palm Beach and Apple. ,
said the bill, :
lea tax revenue. Debated gas tax distribution Broward.
which was not acted upon during .. 1 x
bill proposing plan recommended Fifteenth-Orange, Osceola and '
y the.
regular session that ended Ia 1/
Governor Carlton
by Seminole.
but adjourned before early Saturday, Is being subjected TUNE -T7*Lucky Strike 11 .
voting on Sixteenth Manatee, Sarasota, to further
attempts to reduce coats
M amendment to Increase tax to Dance Orchcttra TundayTharsday >
: seven Hardee, DeSoto and Highlands. of operating the state every

s cents a gallon. Received, bill Seventeenth-St. Lucie Okee- and that it will government be : : and Saturday
levying tax of 4 cents probably presented evening over N. B. C. .
a gallon on chobee, Indian River, Martin and in the next few days of the
turpentine and $1 barrel rosin. .
'a. a on Brevard. special session. .

Finance and taxation committee Eighteenth Baker, Bradford, -

reported favorably bills for increased Columbia Nassau and Union.
The motor
I vehicle license tax
license tax on automobiles, for -
bill, providing an Increaseof
I average "It's
creation of state tax commission The motor vehicle bill came up 33 1-3 per cent In the coat of toastedIncluding

x and state purchasing agency, and for final reading when the house motor vehicle license plates from

y{ for tax of 4 cents a gallon on kerosene reconvened early Monday after- motorcycles through the ramra of -

noon after the noon recess. Its provisions
cars to the heaviest buses '
k raise the license fees on an battering amendments In the > the use of Ultra Violet Rays

k Before week-end adjournment) average of 33 1-3 per cent over the senate Tuesday and
by a
the house voted to postpone indefi 1931 levy on all motor vehicles and vote of 22 to 13. The chief amendment Sunshine,'Mellows-Heat' Purifies

4 nitely consideration of a bill proposing Rep. George F. Westbrook of Lake, added to the bill, submitted

e a salts tax on luxuries and who sponsored the measure, estimated by Senator S.: D. Harris, St. Pet- YourThroatProtectioe-a!: ainstirritation-ag cough

'nonessentials,,estimated, to raise the revenue, all of which is ersburg, provided a SO-cent service (!!lit".ft.Amerlt.n Te"oeeo Co", "".., _

tinonce to go to the public school fund at charge for license tag agents Instead -

,j -ported unfavorably a bill to levy a County slightly tag In agents excess will of only$6,000, permitted Issuance of the of 20,cents fee allowedfor graduated tax on chain stores, anda two thousand people, who witnessed -
a tag by the house
,., tax of five cents on cigarettes In to ask a service charge of bill The senate amendment retains i tax of $3 on each $1.000 of stock last Sunday's ball game, we 1,
carried In all stores In
n each case the action was tanta- 25 cents a tag under the provisions the state. 1
the could bear.
present 60-cent( charge. The The senate, early in the current Supt. BUtch who .is a JiAw \
; mount to killing the bllL of the which to the
measure came bill
real ball
was Immediately certified to special session, passed the bill, 39 fan jump, holler, and yell, \
house the committee substitutefor I 1
as the house for play ball, it's a fine
concurrence In the to game-every-
:Another gasoline tax bill under Bill No. 1. 'senate amendment. The bill, as 2.A body plays. J
discussion In the senate would increase '
provides for a tag charge bill the -
to combine shell fish
the tax to seven cents, with Talk of another special session of 60 cents Hundreds of visitors fJ
per hundredweight for were seen
and fresh water
fish and departments ..
game -
the additional ,
revenue into the discussion of the I
came mo- cars under 3000 on our turnpike Sunday-mothers
I and to create the
combined -
'q to counties and
equally for repair tor gasoline apportionment question the wives,
present tax of BO cents a I department of fish and and friends of
maintenance of roads. Trailer bills game,
when that matter bobbed
up hundredweight. The new bill makes our boys, were enjoying themselvesto
both through as coming within the
would authorize counties to uiw late Monday ntfrnlng as the house the the tune of
price of
tags for cars weighing our orchestra, giving
purview of the call
t any funds accruing to the general received senate with the governor's for
messages more than 3000 pounds 73 cents the session their usual Sunday afternoon, open
yr road fund in repayment of roadand Information that the senate bad per hundredweight. extraordinary through air concert.

%r bridge ,bonded Indebtedness. passed the governor's allocation I a clause in the message providing
that 25 cent of the
plan of three cents to the road department Before the motor ; per revenues Dr. Fuller, D. D. .of
A vehicle license Would to the pastor a
go general fund of the
Governor Carlton Thursday signed and the other three centsto I
tax bill reached the senate in house state. Senator Baptist church In Gainesville con-
L. H. Howell
three bills passed by the regular the counties as to area, popula- ; Panama ducted
messages, the senate killed 25 to7 Sunday afternoon church
City, sponsored the
I bill Senator
.? legislature. One provided for the tion and roads andbrldl'es.
money spent on a resolution by Senators T G. Pat services to a large attendance.The .
Whitaker Tampa
licensing aircraft and pilots and presi-
_ Futch, Leeaburg and J. W. Turner, dent of the senate, ruled that the Librarian.
kr fixed regulations same as used by
Cedar Key. directing the senate finance .
bill could not be Introduced
re the federal department of com A 7 cents gasoline tax for Florida and taxation
committee to out a two-thirds vote under the
?K merce. Another provided for was proposed in a bill introduced draft a bill to provide a 2 per cent revenue producing clause. J

- {; emergency landing fields throughout in the senate Monday by Sena- gross retail sales tax for Florida. MILLER'I -Yhe I

out the state giving counties the tor E. M. Johns Stark The measure I .
Hlaekw c...'
right to acquire sites and the road seeks to add :X cent to the present The senate voted to pass one bill BULLETIN: -

i"1. department authority to construct 6 cent tax with' the additional over the I' '
governor's veto after Sen.
:fields. The act provides that all revenues to be apportioned to the Pat :Mr. L.J. Blackwelder and wife, ;
i Tampa; took the Notice
Mrs.\ Etta
Blackwelder returned
altos be obtained to
by donation. The counties for
equally use as the floor to
urge that his bill providing The Raiford State Ball team their home in Dukes after visitIn I
third measure granted a monthly a
county governing authorities may for a an alternative method Will meet good,,ball team
any ,
Columbia 8. C.
pension of $40 to all school teachers elect.' The I
P measure one of 30 new
} Inspection of mark
and brands of On their local diamond
any Sunday
Mr William
after 38 service who have bills Blackwelder and
years Introduced In the
senate Monday
cattle be passed, the governor'sveto So come on, and do play; mother .Mr.. Sallie Blackwelder ALL'VIATHIBsrrtr
l no other mean of livelihood.Voting ,
was placed on the calendar to the
contrary notwithstanding. Hoping that the 'weather will be spent Wednesday night' in
without reference. Most of the Tampa,
1, 84 to 7. the house Friday bills minor'or local The vote to over-ride the)goy fine with sister and aunt, Mrs.,Emma MOit NlluMOIX .
were in nature
ernor's veto was 29 to 0. The veto And that you win bring :your nine, Sutton. : t- ,+?
adopted a gasoline revenue distribution but the addition of SO new bills to of ... Mall '
a senate bill to abolish the municipality -: You'll get plenty of action, Mrs. C. E. Crawford UUVI, *.
,Introduced and sister
r 66
bill by representatives the senate list brought the total so I
;4, of Wellborn was upheld. And to your entire satisfaction.For ., Miss Ellen: Blackwelder I
M the result of a long far for the extraordinary sessionto The message explained that the spent XT LOWIR ;COtfCOMIIMI
drawn fight between a majority 107. I Wednesday night In Plant City,

,j bloo,of small counties and a minority senate measure.. a duplicate of I'' Information regarding tall with their uncle and aunt, :Mr. and r--
L a house bill already a law. Consideration games, phone or write to Supt. J. Mrs.\ J. G. Blackwelder. SSI IMS OUSAT HTWRegister's 1151.:$NY$1 _
_ _ .bloc oIlarl'e counties. The Senators J. Turner Butler, Jacksonville of
veto S. Butch at the Raiford
messageswent :
Mr. and Mrs.
T. J.
bill passed and sent to the senate M. I Blackwelder
; as O. Harrison, Palmetto, over until tomorrow. Farm
Among Box 221. Raiford Fla
divided ,gasoline revenue as and J., W. Turner. Cedar Key, reIntroduced the vetoed bills temporarily spent Wednesday In St.. Petersburg Garage
cents to the passed with brother and "sister. Mr. and
i follows: Three state the bill sponsored durIng was that of the bill to
permit counties The Wadsworth Press baseball Mrs. S. R. Blackwelder.Mr. .
road department; one cent to counties the regular legislative session | to accept money in lieu of free team from Jacksonville, paid us a : William Blackwelder Mrs.Sallie Starke Florida!
on the basis. of area: one cent to permit bunting deer on Fridaysand text books. In his
message Governor a visit last Sunday, and met our Blackwelder
Mrs. C. H
on the basis of population; one- Saturdays In July, In additionto Carlton contented
this boys in the most exciting ball gameof Crawford Miss Florence Blackwelder.
1 half cent on the basis of assessed the regular open season from was
against the -
spirit of the law the ,' of
: property valuation; and one-half November 20 to December season \Lots action- Miss, Ellen Blackwelder and with friends and relatives.. COD1pleted
; 81. Senator In
the statute was designed to plenty of pep':;...made It a realgame. \ : Key West-Plans
cent on the basis of road mileage Butler and Senator Harrison provide free text books for schoolchildren 11\r. Clyde Blackwelder. all were Mr. and Mrs. T. J'. Blackwelder, work to local i
Results, 10 to 8 in favor of ;visitors to $180,000 repair
q. maintained by the state road department also sponsored a bill to prohibitthe and not additional county the state boys.Floyd, as usual ternoon. Wednesday af and Miss Viola Edenfleld left here marine breakwater.

;' as of June 1, 1931. sale and shipment of black bass revenues. Monday for North Carolina.
pitched a good with Collins We
kz Governor Doyle K. Carlton's plan In Florida. game were very sorry to hear of :Mrs. Josephine McNeal returned
on first and the good hitting of Mrs. J. T.
for King being carried to a to her home
distributing} state gasoline tax Monday in Dukes af-
With Chairman John :Mathews, Qua Rex Tex and '
a Ham. with the Tampa hospital
revenue was approved by the FlorIda Gasoline tax reallocation remained Duval, the Wednesday morning ter a long visit in Winter Beach H. K. LAGEHGBEN
casting only dissentingvote 'support of the rest of the
team but
glad to bear of her Improved with friends
1l senate Friday 31 to e, after a vital problem and relatives.
before the FloeIda the Florida house of will 'win ,, I1111*
representatives any game. Come back condition. We Surveying
two days' discussion of hope she will ----- .
f various legislature .
pro- Monday the
'/ taxation Wadswortlfr' It . The plan, if passed by the receiving the bouae"measure.rbr&C1n1' committee tonight voted to report ) again.Above soon recoverMrs. Punta Cords- Construction MappIDe8ta
>;. us. and signed by the governor the house compromise favorable senate bill Saute progressing on Barren CoWer e. Floridaratio
levying a an the clamor of '
nearly spending a while in Plant City bridge here.

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two weeks ago killed a 7 1.2 foot Palatka- -Authorities today said The Corinth B. Y. P. U enjoyed Key West-Chateau Du L'Auxienew Jacksonville $600,000 site pur

rattlesnake back of Giifflng's nur Pete Bradshaw, alleged wife slayer their quarterly social at the homeof bathing beach and pavilion on chased by government for proposed
News of Florida In Short Paragraphs sery. He skinned the reptile and was being held in an unan- Mr. and :Mrs. J. W. Driggers south beach opened.St. post office.

had two belts made from the hide nounced jail following an unsuccessful Friday night. Augustine-R. A. Pones redecorating Winter Park Cornerstone laid
at the Florida state farm attempt last night to lynch funeral chapel. for Knowles Memorial Chapel at
near Rai-
him. Bradshaw Is charged with
Jacksonville: Beach Bids
VACCINATING CHICKENS opened Rollins College. rt
ford. The snake had 12 rattles having Inflicted fatal Injuries to for construction. of road connecting Trlbly Plans considered for
LIVE STATE NEWSTOLD and a button, but Mr. Lowder says his wife while intoxicated" at their I' DeFunlak Springs. Fla. Wal- First street with state road construction: of bridge across With- u
It looked as though home In Crescent Junctionlast
some of the City ton county poultrymen have made No.'78.. lacoochee river near this village.St. .
rattles had been torn off. Anyway, Saturday night He was arrested -
plana for vaccinating about 10,000head Jacksonville Edward Herzberg AugustineService Cleaners
it was one of the largest ever killed at the home of a neighborlast ;
In Green-
of chickens against chickenpox opened watch repair shop moved to larger quarters In buildIng -
In this county.CiermontTwo. night shortly before a mob of in the near future. County leaf and Crosby building. formerly occupied by American -
BY OUR EXCHANGES 100 men surrounded the small jail Agent Mitchell Wilkins, who will Fort Myers Local swimmingpool Railway Express Company. y
__ masked robbers at Crescent City Junction and the opened for season. Miami Beach Plans under
Hi J ._. ,td. H" '_ 11.nsacolaTbe supervise the work reports. way
entered the Citizens"Banc of Cler- home of Marshal E. J. Green. Dep- ii Madison Stewart's Grocery& for $250,000 apartment house to
$160,000 Lillian paper In turn ships Its products to mont at closing time today held uties hid him In an Orange grove Hialeah -Andrew Jackson bar- Market Installed automatic refrigerating be built at Thirty-third street and
link of the Old I foreign ports. up three employes and escaped while the mob circled the city In 'bar shop Improved. machine. Collins avenue.
ge, Important : with $4,900. The three employee automobiles waiting for officers to.
Isb Trail between Ellca.mbtasaJdwlO 'I' Fort Myers-Ashby Jones Intends Harry Stokes, assistant cashier; ,bring him to the jail.
coWltle was opened to catch a hundred tarpon George Brady and Paul Steele, -
large crowd were tied hand and foot and shoved E
with II ceremony this season If he has to stay"InFort I West Palm Beach Truckloads )
10 the formal into the valut. They managedto I of potatoes are being givento
g --- Myers all summer to do It >> work loose from their bondsin the poor here and at Lake
Brore'ln, presl- The world's champion tarpon fisherman -
3lllpa-W. d. 30 minutes Striding Into Worth while many growers are
Florida and made known this season's the bank with a .38 calibre automatic t
its leaving their potato In ground, say-
of ae Carnival since or- goal In reporting two more silver
revolver In his hand, one-of Ing they cannot sell them for the
tlon 10 1915, has Just been kings to Capt. E. L. Evans, official the robbers commanded the men to cost of raising them. Reportinglittle
at the annual meetingIcted record keeper. .The catches hold up their hands. His confederate or no market for potatoes,
Tampa brought Jones' seasonal total to shut the door to the build- the Brown company large plantation -'
111 fifty, one-half of his announced Ing and stood guard. operators In the Everglades, N'E, E
rt Pierce-PosSibly the largest goal. have given away several hundred
to canning plant In the south Tampa-Federal Judge barrels. Many of these were t
perated by Apte Brothers att | Winter Haven-Automatic tele man today filed a ruling Aker-I' brought here In trucks furnishedby ,
Pierce. This plant Is now phones will be In operation In owner of an automobile lent anI I the county and distributed thru
nng t! at Its peak with 110 em- Winter Haven by July 20, accord- other Is not responsible for Injuries welfare agencies. Uncertified reports I
'tl, and turning out 2000 cases Ing to announcement by Manager caused by the borrower's negli- that many potatoes were being
twenty-four hours. O. C. Stanley. The cables which gence. He said an automobile Is dumped in drainage canals
have been so long In arriving have no more dangerous than a hammerIf were brought to the attention of
lak Springs Tollver showed up, and a corps of half-a- operated correctly. The decisionwas County Agent M. 'U. Mounts to- ... t
18, son of Mr. and Mrs. D.Scott dozen wire experts. from'the Tam- opposite to one Issued recently day. One local grower said he
tt, of near Ponce de Leonn, pa Exchange force are now en- by the state supreme court. The could get no more than a cent anda As the Power House is to the City ;
? the result of being bitten gaged in making the InstallationIn Akerman ruling was Issued In twoI half a pound for his potatoes.
rattlesnake last FrIday. The the new headquarters buildingon I suits growing out of a motor crash .
a ran a quarter of a mile after Second street. In St. Petersburg. The complainant -

jg bitten on an ankle. had sued both the operator and Banking is to BusinessAs
Tampa-County Solicitor Skinner RISING
the owner of a machine that figured .
burg-Reports ot the heads and Tampa lawyers have ad- In the accident. Both defendants HIM ...1.. Menu*. C:...
( various committees In chargethe vised wage earners who have borrowed demurred contending the suit

different phases of the Flor- money on their wages from should not name both of them. Messrs. H. H. Lewis, H. M. Mc-
festival which will, unlicensed dealers and who already O. R. colossus of steel and thun-
watermelon Rae and son Arthur McRae, each new concrete goes
Leesburg on July 2nd have paid in Interest alone far Tallahassee:-Authority from the and Mr.
Held in Alvarez, J. L. Underbill
cites that this year's event will more than the actual amount borrowed Interstate commerce commissionfor I Mattox attended church at Glen- dering skyward, as ships are launched and bridges flung
a wide ,, not to pay another dime,, Seaboard Air Line railroadto
Uj last :year's success by the wood near Jacksonville Friday wonder the that
rivers anew at
Kin.brlando. but to lay their evidence before abandon part of Its track In two night. across teeming we power

the solicitor who Is making an In- Florida counties which It Is now Miss Gladys Reddish of Lawtey, has made these marvels possible. That power is Banking.
-The wheels of Industry vestigation, preliminary to whole- seeking to do, will be bitterly con- is spending a few days with her
L spinning in 155 plants In the sale prosecutions. tested In Tallahassee and In Wa- cousin, Miss Jennie Maude Crosbyof Like the power house of the city that provides a million

I of Orlando, according to a kulla county. This was determined this section. beacons in the night, that moves giant trains, carries
at made by O. I* Mote; secre- Perry-Taylor County News has Friday when the board of directorsof Misses Muriel and Rachel SU-
1 of the manufacturers' unit of on display a rutabaga so large that the Tallahassee chamber of com- cox of Starke, and Leila Strick- voices across a continent, propels Brobdingnagian ma-
i Orlando Chamber of ,Corn- people are coming for miles aroundto merce was advised by Frank Har- land of :Jacksonville, were dinner chines-Banking quietly irresistibly plays its part in the
It was shown that the 155Ml view It as It rests In a front win- rison, traffic manager for the com- guests of Miss Iris McRae Sunday. ,
plants of the city; have dow of the News office, resemblinga merce body that the Seaboard had Miss Elva Edwards ot Wateroakwas stirring achievements of every day, that is civilization

Investment of $7,428,808. i huge brown pot. This giant' filed application with the commis- the guest of Misses Edna and Banks marble and and men. To' you, a citizenof
.- vegetable was brought'in by Paul sion on May 12, asking permission Thelma Lewis Saturday night. . money
Petersburg-Use, of convict Bird Sr., and weighs twentytwoand to dismantle 2.7 miles of the St. Mr and Mrs. Leon Conner mo- our community,, these men of the Power House extend
r without competing with free a half pounds. It measures Marks branch and eight miles of tored to Jacksonville Monday afternoon ;
1 has been proposed by the 36-inches "around the waist," making its Covington branch, both short the hand of co-operation.
i county grand jury now fa. It the most perfect "thirtysix"In lines out of Tallahassee. Miss Leila Strickland of Jack-
County commissioners the agricultural line ever seen In sonville Is spending a few days a.

i previously Investigated the that.part of Irlorida.TallahasseeMiss. Tallahassee-Representative Dan with her cousin, Miss Lillian Kelly. a.M1
i, laid today the expense' of Chappell, of Dade county, and two Miss Edith Conner and Misses BANK of STARKEA
It plan would be greater than Hilda Hall 16, other Miamians were freed yesterday Agnes and Louise Sapp were dinner -
haeflG.TilMassee. blonde, athletic weight ISO pounds, I of charges of possessing 12 guests of KIp ennle Maude
height five feet ions and one-half I quarts of intoxicating liquor, In Crosby Sunday, ROLL OF HONOR BANK'E. k
| Florida people Inches who sleeps 10 hours each violation of the federal customs internal Mr.'' and Mrs. Dunkley of Jacksonville -
it 1198,225 in May for new resIII'SIIII night, eats three hearty meals a revenue laws'', at a preliminary attended church here Sun- S. MATTHEWS, Pres. R. J. DAVIS, Cashier
i, apartment houses hotel day and plays a baritone horn In hearing before U. S. Commissioner
sate, barbecue stands and the town band, Is Florida's healthiest R. B. Marsh here The case day.Mr.. J. T.Barnes was visiting Mr.
g houses. Not a single new girl of 1931. She was picked was placed on record today. The H. M. McRae Monday afternoon. k -
I was built last month The today In a state-wide contest con- other men were H. L. Allen and W., Mr. and .Mrs. Raleigh Connerof
i state hotel commission was College for Women where the 19th' under technical arrest at Monticello brother. Mr. Leon Conner Sunday.
public yesterday. annual 4-H Club girls' short courseIs Wednesday afternoon by H. G. Mrs. H. M. McRae was visiting
In session. Dietrich, customs border patrol- relatives at Crestview Sunday.Mrs. ATLAS TIRES Jof
[J&cksonvUle-Exportil of fresh) man. Dietrich, records in the case Ned Lewis of this section,
lit, canned grapefruit and Frostproof-Not more than a showed, found 12 quarts of liquor left Saturday night for Ft. Myers, f _
i from United States ports year old the industry of producing In Chappell's car when he searched where she will spend a few days
!Uw United Kingdom during the humus commercially from citrus It after stopping the party en- with her daughter Mrs. Ophelia
season just closed show a canning plant waste has grown route from Miami to Tallahassee. Moore.THANK .
1 Increase over those for the wonderfully and Is bringing In } STANDARD
Ing year, according to a comUon many dollars for a product that
for the season just made In heretofore was a waste. Cyanamidof
i offices of the Bureau of For- lime nitrogen, from Niagara i MOTOR
1 and Domestic Commerce herd FaUs, Ontario, Is applied in proper G
proportions; the mass then
[Panama City-R. J. Cullen, ex- heats for two or more weeks up YOUWe OIL
live vice-president o*.the A. & ,to 180 degrees and Is then turned ;
LA. B. Ry., and president'of the Into one of the finest .plant foods \ ,
them Kraft Corporation, Is known.
f Ting a handsome home erected In --
era Cove that will cost apmately Fort Pierce Pineapple slips
$25,000 and will be grown in St.Lucie county will be 4r!
finished, one of the show shipped to far-off Palestine for :
ea of the city as the groundsbe planting. It was said by F. Scott Q. >
I beautified Immediately Waters of Walton, who was In receipt -.. Motorists
( (
for a letter making Inquiryfor Preferred by STANDARD] _

I Perry-Lonnie Broom; who lives the slips. Mr.Waters said that .
Sort distance east of town and is I he would furnish the pineappleslips of their
i local agent for a Tallahassee which are handled throughan because .
IIId fur company bought afoot exporting company at New Or- appreciationto so
wish to our
matter express
II alligator from IIOmeeI'IIIen leans. In commenting on dependability ,
who live near Belleville Mr. Waters said that he had of Starke and Bradford unswerving
Suwannee river. Thll 'gator shipped pineapple slips to placesall the people .
found lying on the'banks of over the world. JFord
fiver asleep and was shot.His County, who helped to make our
&lit pas estimated 450.pounds. Panama City The Southern WHEN Standard service
Kraft Corporation..Bay Harbor a Show a success by their attendance.We you stop at a .
''l'ltusvWe-Several' Florida clt- subsldllary of the International Pa- station or dealer's and have the tank filled with

1ft boasting of having-Jaccar- per Company, Is shipping approx- wish to thank Supt. Griffis, Mr. GASOLINE or CROWN
kraft ETHYL
trees, the goregoua ovalfolla imately eight carloads CROWN

Brazil. This'Is one of. the per dally. Each carload weighs five DeWitt C. Jones, the Masonic,., Lodge STANDARD GASOLINE, the crankcase filled '
rcst beautiful trees that grow In from 15 to 20 tons. It requires 011 or Atlas Tires put ; ...,p ,
da I11d U ***"**& adaptedFlorida. carloads: of fuel to run the mill for of Lake Butler, who so with "Standard" Motor ;, ,)..J
IOuth amount Is shipped and Mr. with the knowledge :. !
The foliage la ;a day and this on car-you drive out r ,r'
rally cut, being almost fero-like, In dally. Pulp wood also arrives the chairs we your the most DEPEND ;, ,\;x
truck, be- loaned us have purchased
tr1ca1 and elegant ,The dally, by barge, rail and generously that you ? .
s Panicles bear from forty to lag hauled from nearby points. It ABLE motor products obtainable, as proven b Y. 1

flowers of lavender blue. la shipped by rail from. points as used for the show. of sustained preference on the part ,. .!
far away as 100 miles.TampaCharges thirty years ** "
St. AugulPe-: ; an aged of Southern motorists.STANDARD .
ot 12 loan .
who against .
belonged to the late ....
Ann G.Burt, of St. Augustine agents, two of them women were '
1rorth a cool million dollars flied here today by W. :J. Skinner, -- )
>. Polly was named beneflcU county solicitor in continuance of c .
for the remainder of Its life his prosecution of alleged viola- IN KENTUCKY
the terms of Miss Burt's will tions of the usury laws. Nine concerns -
for probate' here. The estate were named la the tntorma-
valued cite
Liflion dogars at between Flagler one and hoeplt&1 two instances Uons. The In direct which Informations small loans were J. W. ANDREWS Jr. The Standard 425 W. Bloom St., Louisville Ky.

Rated single bene- made ,with interest'ranging from FREE Oil Touring I would fib for you to send m. maps tad. but rout.
In the wIlL 240 to 1200 per cent annually. A Strvici will b. e ,
25 now stand ac- Florida rout. any motor trip from b
total' of persons Starke grad to
Panama City ? of extortionate InterestS plan to mak.r...ot cbtrgt,
pyelght serviceNorth you to
eeu of the, tavesU. with the b..troute
'European Panama City and -I ge. as a result of the loan ndlnf yon maps which It to *. lutalh fit. of chtrg. .
porte ta to be lnaugI gallon to rid Tampa marked. "

tea lllahtp at once Company by the Waterman f Mobile. racket. who 4SIl Mail this Coupon ya"+:
service Lowder.
Is to be Inaugurated Macclenny-Mr. R.
to the Increased Production of operates a filling station and merchandise City State ( W )
II1i11ion In
'I dollar establishment
paper mill at
City,Which uses chemicals 8 West :Macclenny, whileSfwlth
Europe ,n order to make the a party of friends about

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: ELY WAS RIGHT t NOTICR. ., . ?SIn neoelpt. during

BAPTIST W. M. a :;; : ; I I arrant. month _
CIRCUS MEETS (Tarpon Springs Leader.) the matter the estate of Je.- naL April 1r1831mont J JDiet. ,

V cl&f .Circle) No. 1-of the Baptist W. M. -:- Do You Know? -:- Ely Culbertson, expert on biddable -: se Notice Green.Is l deceased hereby given to all per-I BaL Receipts larch dnln&1, 1931., WOo 1. 'I

eons Interested In the above eatate month )14 I
and Warrant.
S. met at the home of Mrs WIlLMUDdY. hands confusing
I to be and appear at the office of the Bal April durlnf month ..
Monday June 8th. II 'slam zones, in an interview a short county Judge at the court home in "
the devotional which I I Stark Bradford county,32 atd16 00o'clock I March Dii981Ne, ii'Bal. W
Following time ago, stated that women,as a the 20th c day Recelpte
1 :1. JYdayIJT
BRIDGE TEAComplimenting was in charge of the leader. MrsJ. a. m. and Warrants month -II_
l :M. Brownlee a short business whole were the superior of man in I there to show cause If any, why BaL April during 1. month I
of Annie R. Green, Widow
Ely is the petition -
contract bridge.
:Mrs. J. W. Klncaid session was held. Plans were discussed playing to have her child' part In the BaL March ""mi ;: j" 1/
I, '
PhJppa of In regard to entertainingCircle right if he means conversational aid estate, laid off, set apart anda..ned Receipt
and :Mr. Edgar durIng
with a to her In accordance with mOh"ij-1I
A fan of this coL Warrants _
bridge. ;
John No. 2 and 3 at the lake. during '
Catlettsburg, Ky., :Mr* sendsin law should not be ranted. BaL April I, month _
Waugh, :Mrs. Virginia Van Sant, Collection for the afternoon was desire to set matters right Done and ordered at Starke Flor- 1931 1ZI -Ii
We do not S'B-
:Mrs. Roy Pennington, and :Mra..Jobn $2.79. Two new members were the poem below. ida.Witness, Honorable George A. Bal. March
Recelpte ,
Kobs of Aabland, Ky., :Mrs. added to the roiL know the author. It was' clipped Gardiner, Judge of the Probate Warrants during during month -- II

and Miss After an hour spent in sewing from a publication that affords the Court of Bradford County, Florida, BaL April I, 1931 month.. '-.
C. C. Hoppe of Tampa does I and the Heal of said court, this 18th -."" .
'Vesta Pruitt of Fernandlna., :Mrs. the hostess served the following best of calendared paper but I day of June 1981.UEOKOBJ. BaL March lliSINo? ; 11

I' O. JU Baasley and Mrs. T. B. :Massie present a tempting salad course: not print its name at the top of Its A. GARDINER, Receipt during month-U
( County Judge
,' hostesses at A lovely Mrs Alice Langford Mrs. G. H. pages. We are lOrry we cannot Bradford County, Florida. Warrants dining monlh-
joint BaL
; were, y\ April 1, 931 -
44 bridge tea Thursday afternoon at I Bennett, Mrs. J. B. Sapp, :Mrs. Geo. give credit as it is a worthy en- 8-19-&t-7.17. 1 -._s-1__- I it I

the former's home. C. White, Mrs. Jim Silcox, Mrs. deavor: Ba!. March 19jHO i
\ Receipt during I
.5 The lower floor of the home James Shepard, Mrs. Dyal,.:Mrs. J. Warrants during month
ensulte and beautifully decoLrated M Brownlee and Mrs. W. H. Per- When bridge is played by men COUNTY SVPIEnilfTBlfDIONT'll' :! Bal. April I, 1931 ___ -
' 7;' for this affair with a profusion kins. : COUNTY SCHOOL FUNDS BaL March I. 1981

.of garden flowers, radiance quite a different game Recelptii during month'-4..
From what the women make of Warrant. durinq! !! mont4"
roses, gladioli BaL AprU I I. nru ___
several ItIndeed- Bradford county, for the month .f -::: I
At the. close progressions
March, 1931. W.'rVi.W
scores were totaled and prizes Miss Sunshine Hundley daughter it's very tame. General Seheol ...... Overdraft Receipt during -w it

3 awarded :Mrs. J. W. Klncald and of :Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Hundley Overdraft March 1. 131 _._ '''.158 Warrant. during month month J:...-.. :
i'S Receipt dnrlna- month8704.73 Warrant I
,( :Mrs. D. P. Carpenter for making and Harvey Williams were mar- Each man sits down with dignity Warrant during month ._..8891.62 Overdraft April during 1,month "

high and second. Each of the ried Friday afternoon by the Rev.G. 1 1id And lights a cigarette. Overdraft April 1. 1931 ___._11&0.". INTEREST .. 8iYklh6 1931 !__:: II

guests were presented dainty gifts. P. Raymond, at the Baptist pastori And from his countenance you'd BaL March Ne'_..__:1 __ J7S.05 .BaL March District I 1981 Na: a 'rNn

Mrs. S. P. Vandivtere, a recent um, think. Receipts during month ______ S2.97 ''I'' Receipt during{ month----_-...:..1'I'
; e He'd paid his country's debt Warrants during: month ..__ Wararnte during
the ,
bride also received a giftI Mrs. Dale Vanslckle played BaL April 1, U931 __.?.. 418.81 BaL April I, 1931 month.. -=
Those enjoying the afternoon wedding march and the ceremonywas Dtat. N.. X III..t. No.-- ---- -ml\

r with the hostesses and honor witnessed by relatives and a One deals, and then the bidding- BaL Receipt March,durlnc 1. 1931 month._______. SOT.20.43" Bal. March 1. 1931 -_18"__11

S guests were: :Mrs. E. M. Johns, number of friends. Among the A grunt perhaps Is heard.They Warrant during month .._- 1.60 Receipt*dutWarrant during. month ___ I
$ Mrs. C. A. Knight :Mrs. O. I.. company was the bridegroom's parents |rJf W5 play,quite far la to the night Hat April. I,Dlat.1931 No.___5Pal. __. I2S.69 BaL April 1, 1931 -month--_______UIfllMlM S1

r Haynes :Miss :Mabel Weller, Mrs. :Mr..and Mrs. Williams from Without an excess word. March 1, un ...__3644.66 Bal. March ajBWKrlvi 1, 1931 not_ zo:

45 + ''T. J. Alderman, Mrs D. A. MonS Georgia.Mr. YAA a.-% Receipt during month ___._ IIQ.O.U Receipt during month_,._'11',
month 158.83
tieth, Mrs., George Flynn :Mrs. 8. .And Mrs. Williams will make Occasionally one will remark. BaL April 1. 11131 _,.-_____21175.00 Warrant Bal.-April during 1. 193 month '_
P. Vandlviere, Mrs. J. M. Mitchell, their home in Ocala.STRICKLANDTERRY. ri "How is your wife now, Ed?" Dl.t. N' .. 4 I hereby certify that------171 the ,,
t T ihi ] 'I; out :: [ s BaL March 1, 131 ___. &11.112I for
.DIlWcb --.1. Ing
"All clubs is his statement
E. B. reply showing
+ Mrs. W. M. Walnwright Mrs. 11 isrAsqdfcf t... fWhor lsl.h a40 ..t..r. tin right-three Receipt duringmonth -- .10 the beginning and at the balsas,

Matthews. :Mrs. N. Sternberg. Miss, the echo from special whlstie7Ths. photograph of eueb i yrhistl ,- Warrant during month ___ the month herein above stated engine
I BaL April 1, 1931 _.___ 81S.08
Miss Florence And little more Is said. of the receipt and
Middle-on warrant
Madge jD".the c.:N... riecsRobsrtwMah'piles IIIIlcagw.y"lalk twhsf Dlst. Ne' S during said month, l
rl'r Matthews, :Mrs. R. F. Demorest, The marriage of Miss Claudia :aultowtW 4g p ,. Bat March 1IIIn _____ 11I0." the record of my office correspond, ant It

r$ Mrs. A. Z. Adklns. Mrs., C. A. Terry, formerly of Lawtey, to Mr. While this Is what the women do Receipt Warrant during during/ mohth month____...__ 3&1.09 IU.ta and correct to the best of nrno t

",' Futch. Mrs. T. T. Cong. :Mrs. D. P. C. E. Strickland of Gainesville, has our section with her' parents, Mr. i I few days in Brooker with his parents Before they start to play BaL April. 1, 1931 ...__.__ IIU.17 edge the following and belief.I* a I list use of ctrtttrt all

: Carpenter. Mrs. H. V. Knight. Mrs. been announced, the wedding takIng and Mrs. J. B. Thomas. Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Brown. They all must gossip :fust a bit" DUt. N.* T depositories, showing the balsa<
BaL March .__
1. In.1I8
D ; J. C. Robinson, :Miss Ethel Griffin' place in Gainesville on May Mr. and Mrs. Crown and son, of Mrs. A. I.. ulllve.n and daughter For they have l tots to say.. Receipt during 19S1 month r-_-.__ 111.0& In each first at the staled'close, and of the the nontk amount bl]

? Mrs. Frank Hoover. :Mrs. Edward 23rd. :Mr. and Mrs. Strickland will Gainesville were in our section last i Mrs., S. W;Griffith' were'vllllt- ,j 1 Warrant during month_ ____ security by each such .tpoiltf
BaL __
Y Burns, :Mrs. P. F. Stump :Mrs. .I* make their home In Gainesville I Monday., ing In Starke_Saturday. And finally they,all sit down April 1 Diet.U81)If.. S 147.83 and Ited mount during said of Interest month paid kjr or a

D. Vlning, Mrs. 8. L- Peek, Mrs. i Martha who has To have their "quiet gamew"1Although Overdraft March 1, 1131 _._ 111.84 depository on account ol lack curr
; Miss Groover Miss Jessie Prevail
; was visiting
j ___
durhmontb _
1C J. Davis, and Mrs. J. A. Long,of U. D. C. PICNIC they deal and bid and Receipt dally balance or time dinoilta
been spending some time in Jacksonville Miss, Ethel Packham Sunday. Warrant during month _.__ Wltnr my hand tMBUlt.
of Live Oak. playTbey're Overdraft April 1,- 1931 ___. lat."
... have returned here to Quite a''Dumber of the young .I; March UI1.
- r The annual picnic of the W. T. spend a while with her brothers folks met at.the home of :Mr. and talking Just the same.v .Bal. March 1,Diet.1931 N.__________ S4.S9 County A. J.Bupt GBIFFU.rlnl ndtj.

BIRTHDAY PARTY Weeks Chapter of the United Mr. Mlazie and Frank Groover and Mrs. W .W.- Packham Saturday -
Daughters of the Confederacy, was other relatives. "My husband beat me with-two
evening, where a surprise birthday .1
Little Miss Ida Lulu Davis celebrated "
t held at the Hill at clubs.
cottage Kings- Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Thomas Mr.
party was given in honor of :Mr. : "
;h her sixth birthday Monday ley Lake on Wednesday with :Mrs. and Mrs. J. W. Lewis and children, William PacMtam.' Games and "And then the doctor said- CLOVER FARM STOREA

afternoon with a party. I W. E. Torode as hostess. Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Reynolds and contests were enjoyed during the "You should have thrown your
The color scheme of pink and "
At one o'clock a lovely picnic children, Mrs. L W. Dyal and evening.. Cake, and lemonade was heart away-
white was carried out in the deco- lunch was enjoyed, after which a daughter, Marion, of Graham, Mr. served. At a late hour the guests "It's light blue trimmed with
_; rations and In the Ice course served short business session was held red." FEW OF OUR SPECIALS FOR
and Mrs. Henry Shaw and children, departed after having spent a delightful -
2 the young guests. with Mrs. A. M. Darby presiding.A :Mr. and :Mrs. D. Starling and Mrs. evening.Mrs. .
Outdoor games and contests nominating committee was appointed Hlnes and of Alachua Mr. "The children are an awful care-"
: :M. Z. Sullivan and daughters.
were enjoyed b/this happy gatherIng _" FRIDAY & SATURDAY
consisting of Misses :Madge "I only had the ten
Purvis Lewis; Mr. H. E. Thomas Emajo and Doris, Mrs. G. D.
assisted by
The hostess was
Middleton Florence Matthews and "I he'd me""I
and sister, Miss Rhoda Thomas of never thought marry
and little
Chapman son, Carrol and
:Marjorie Davis and Jean Davis In Mrs. J. W. Andrews Jr. :Mrs. had no diamonds then."
", Jacksonville, Mr. and< Mrs. K. B. Mr. Harold Holder, all of Miami,
entertaining. Darby also :Mrs. J. :M. Beet Compound Creamery Sugar Cured
appointed Thomas and Hazel all
daughter, en- spent some time with :Mrs. A. L.
Those Invited were: Lyle Anderson Brownlee, Mrs. L. A. Davis and "They she with BUTTER Picnic
r joyed a fish fry at the river here and C. Sulllvan.J; say ran away LARD
Fay and Alice Yarbrough, Mrs. E K. Perryman as a committee last Saturday. him-" 'In Quarters HAMS
Miss Teresa Bennett who has
Betty and Barney McRae, Jr., for Marianna "rd like to
Day. hand
see-your --
Mr. Ellis Fowler and Mr. Clifton
been spending a>few days: with her
Gloria Buford Enos and Betty! Swimming, sewing and conversation Polk of Brooker, were In our section sister, Mrs G. Sollivan. left Thurs "I didn't know you bad the Jack-" Lb.lOcLb.274cLb.15c
at Hayes, Eloise Hayes, Joyce Hayes, '
was enjoyed, after which Monday. "I think John Gilbert's grand.;
day morning Jasper, where she
C. B. and George Hayes, Olin delicious home-made cake and Ice: ,
will visit her father. ,Mr. O. M. Bennett -
White Jr. Jean Davis Jacquelineand
cream was served., "You should have pulled the King,
iV Buddy Andrews, Mack Futch, Those present at' this'enjoyable L before returning to accept a dear." Large or Small SUeed IUndJeea FANCY nSM
position In the Ralford school. my ALL MEAT BREAKFAST HirE
_II k Bobby Biggs, Margaret MonUeth, affair were :MesdameS S. E. Brown- THERESSA "They say he's married, too."
:Misses Pearl and Melrose Jordan
Ralph Rhodes, Mary Beth and leo, J. M Brownlee G. W. Alder Mr. A. L. '.IU"... c::*.. of Starke, were visiting at the "She's forty and she's dyed It 'VEINERS BACON BANANAS
: Charles Knight, Comer Ferryman, "
man, O. C. White, W. E. Torode, black.
Louise Sterns, Sarah and Betty O. L. Haynes, J. W. Andrews Jr.' home of Mrs. P.j W. Moore Monday !"I led clubs to "
Mr. and :Mrs..D. W. :Moore were afternoon. my you.
21bSe -19c
rJ Toe Sewell, George Flynn, Jr., 25c Lb. 29c Sibs.
S. L. Peek, A. :M. Darby, George visiting' relatives In Starke Sun Mr. Gordan Weest of Hampton, - -
Frances Alderman, Patsy Ruth Roberts, Effie :Miner, D. C. Jones, "She used to be a chorus girl_"
r and Bill Walnwright, :Mary Harriet E. S. Matthews, L. H. Hill. W. O. day.Mrs. spent the week-end here with his live the "
_ i S. W. Griffith, of Miami Is cousin, Howard Moore. "They up on Ridge-
Harold and Nina Bishop Sarah Halle, O. J. Griffin E. K..Ferryman "Three clubs she did with
few here with her
spending a days Mr. Howard
Moore was visiting HOME OWNED
Barefoot, Freeman Register, Jr., and :Misses :Madge :Middleton, mother and father Mr.: and -Mrs. whom, my dear?" ,
friends and relatives In Starke
O. L. Haynes, Jr., :Marjorie Davis, Florence.:Matthews and Ethel Grif A. L. Sullivan. And yet they call it "Bridge."
: Sunday afternoon.
a. Kirk Lewis Jr., Archibald and tin.- I
Mrs. S. E. Trtest and< children'are -
Clarice Thomas, Charlie Powell,
:Mary. and Ruth Powell Billy Blak- .I HAMPTON-S -SOCIAL- spending a few days: In Jacksonville Plant City--JgbnQuinn, Inc., received -
with her sister :Mrs. May Nobles. tract
cot tor"buildIDCmUe
,ely, Leonard Peek Jackie Joe :Mur-
:Mr. and Mrs. C. Sullivan' and stretch roadNo...17 between this
den, Maurice Edwards Jr., Fred- : There will be a party and box
L son Felix and Mr. and Mrs. Wil- city and Polk county line, to cost
die Wimberly, Margaret Lowry I June 20th
supper Saturday night ,
mot Brown were business visitorsto 1133,289.
L'Etta Corpenlng, Tom and Joan at the Hampton hall, sponsored by "
Starke Palmetto
Saturday. Peninsular
?y Massie, Doris Kruse, Elise Green, the Hampton 4-H Club. The public Canning
Mr. and'Mr.8. A. L. Sullivan and Co., at
: running
,lull capacity. ..
:Martin of
Joan Dobrow, Bobby is invited and we assure
you .son, Othma and :Mrs.. S. W. Griffith Plans progressing for electrically O.
Keystone Heights Morty Jean and there will be of fun
plenty '
of Miami, were visiting. at lighting Green ,
bridge across
Shirley Blltch of State Farm, Mar .
the home of.Mr. and Mrs. 'J'., J. Manatee river
'Jorle Sue Middleton of Jacksonville IIINSONTURNERMrs. $rannen Sunday. with Braden connecting(on. Palmetto - ::;!: I
and Gus Brown of Pensacola. AdvertisingIs
pit W. M. Turner announces* :Mlsa Kathryn We st and Miss :MariannaKash and Karry ,

Ruth Williams of Stake were visiting Grocery Store changed hands.St. .
VISITORS HONORED the marriage of her daughter, Margaret -
_ rniis Mrs. D.. W. :Moore and Mrs. Augustine Bridge of Lions
Amy, to Bert L. Hinson the I
Colorful garden flowers decked wedding taking place Monday A. L. Sullivan :Monday. being painted. 0

p the large living room of Mrs. E. :M. June 111, 1931, at Tampa. :Miss Theo Bush of Lovett Is visiting I e

Johns Saturday afternoon, when : The bride and groom are both her' sister, Mrs... W. :M. Phil

she and :Mrs. A. Z. Adklns were 'popular members of Hampton'syounger lips.Mr. WHY NOT NOW?

.t hostesses to :Mrs. J. W. Klncald. set The, groom is the .W. T. Zeigler of Jacksonville, The of
was visiting Mr. and Mrs., J.-' J. Some Sunlight
t Mrs. Edgar Phlpps of Catlettsburg, .son'of :Mr.. and Mrs. Q. W. Hlnson day you hope to equip

c ,Ky., Mrs. John Waugh :Mrs. ,,Virginia :- of Hampton.' Zelgler Sunday. your home with nice furniture.Our .

Van Santo, Mrs. Roy Pennlng i :Mr. and Mrs. Wilmot Brown were convenient'credit plan will

ton, :Mrs.: John Kobs of Ashland, I visiting Mr. Brown's parents :Mr. enable you to do so at once.Everything .

'Ky., and Mrs. C. C. Hoppe of Tampa 'and Mrs. W. M..Brown at BrookerSunday + : Business S .
i :
: at a lovely bridge party. I ZIFF to1 please .the moat i..

of I I Miss Thelma Sullivan and Miss exacting
tr "Several" progressions bridge Lai ... Lewis. Or. f;
trey enjoyed and: the scores i Ida Hagan were business. visitors

added. Prizes were awarded :Mrs. i to Starke Monday. DEIMARKFURNITURE. I _

10.; L. Beasley and :Mrs. W. :M. i Services were held at Deadan ., :Mr. and Mrs. F. Fender and.sons, CO.T. 0I
church last Saturday and : I
Sunday and
Billy Austin were
andS visiting
S VjtVainwrlght a cODd. The guests holding high by the pastor, I. G. Hemingway of :1 friends in Brooker Sunday C.' CHASTAIN, Mgr., To all that is healthy and vital In business,

k fas mementos of the occasion Starke. Mr. Clyde Brown: spending a '
Mr. Purvis' Lewis of Jacksonville increased "
Y T The hostesses served the follow- spent several days of last week ,I --- - it means ,strength and growth;

''ing salad Mrs. .
players a course; .
here with his' :Mr.. and Mrs. -
parents ? but
..C. A. Knight, Mrs. T. Bruce :MasMrs. advertising is a fierce heat which withers
!J. W. Lewis.
'l-'. W. M. Walnwright. Mrs. I
,W. L. Beasley. Mrs J. C. Robinson I Mrs. G. W. Rivera and little and consumes that which is unsoundA
4 Service
I'daughter, Selma, of Lawtey spent
Standard Oil):
(: f Mrs.,f.W. KIncaid and Mrs. EdgaryphippsOf ta0one
kt \ Catlettsburg. Ky.,. Mrs. several days: of this week her with business which is not a good business
her father Mr. J. H. Kelley. *
:Mrs. Van ', ;
John Virginia '
f Waugh -
''J'( t"1liti C-Roy; Pennlngton, Mrs. children Mr. and, and::Mrs.Mrs D.Frank Starling HUMS and and Corner. Madison & Walnut should not be advertised. A business which '

Wfchtt Kpbs of Ashland, Ky., and 1
t sons, were visiting In our section would not benefit from '
,/.... C. C. Hoppe of Tampa. widespread appreciation .
sf *IVl I .. last Saturday. ,* ..'
.VOL. AND MRS. C. A. I Mrs. L W. Dyal and little daughter CROyW. AND ETHYL GASOLINE of its ideals had better acquire a new'

.. .
JJtNIGHT, ENTERTAIN Marlon, of Graham, were visiting .. ,

her parent here last week. STANDARD AND MOBILOILS set of ideals.,

{a IfKr. and :Mrs C. A. Knight enterined Mr. H. I:. Thomas of Jacksonvllle. ;

S ' members of their bridge spent Jut.Saturday here.

f club and friends Saturday night I :Mr. J. W.Lewis was attending to

,rt Baskets: and bouquets of roses, business in Starke Thursday. Cars Greased Washed and Polished'Cars

? daisies and zinnias decorated the Mr, and Mrs. F.:W. Reynolds and '

t ;', rooms.' A sweet course was serv. children of Georgia were visitingIn Called for and DelieiedAuto'AccessoriesTire :the. TELEGRAPH

our section last Saturday. >

' ? ed.Mrs.. E. M. Johns won high prize Elder J. H, Kelley and Mr. Mln-

} 'for the ladles and Mr. W. :M. Waln- ale Groover attended church at Repairs. PRINTERS AND PUBLISHERS ,.

wright was awarded high for the Shady Grove Saturday and Sun- I .

; men daY.. .1 ,4 1
I.Ib, :Guests were: Mr. and Mrs. WJ V-, f. :Mr* ;Qee1l.tRessie' and M, C. ,' \ILRAtal' JllMgn ': . .

1} Wainwright Mr. and :Mrs. J. C. Thomas spent :-last week In- this. . : :

Robinson, Judge and'Mrs. A. Z. section with their'cousins, I.. p. ePHONE .
; :'Adklns, Senator, and :Mrs. E.: M. and Johnnie Lewis.', ,: 85 it t ' ""r-, .

't Johns and Mr. and :Mrs. R. F, Dem- Miss Rhoda Thomas of Jacksonville liR

:< ore t. ,' spent part of last week .InN -

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ton Ocala, Silver Springs and Willis Ished by Universal Credit Company I too '"numerous to mention. Quailare ,the battle were won, and the weeds

through. the now familiar very fond of a variety of green especially are desirable where quail EVERGREEN

Bits of Mr. and Mrs. S. B. Owena and UCC Plana. food' and eatthe tender green are highly regarded as a supple .. F. A. IloaUr. C.,.
"Our farm After all
experience in the three mentary crop. .
daughter, returned to their leaves of the sorrels, clover and
home in since weeds are as as are
years we began business and just necessary
Tampa Sunday, accompanied by during which. period our credit operations other succulent plants; a form of grains for man and his domesti- Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Rosier and

Mrs. J. W. Klncald of CatletUburg.. have become almost nationwide food essential to their health. cated animals.LAWTRf. children spent the week-end to

I IDeal Ne Cy., who will visit her parents, Mr. in thelr. cope,. haa'.been As a group' of the legumes are Sparr and Okahumpka visiting' ;
of to
and Mrs. A. C. Durden. most outstanding Importance quail, relatives.
satisfactory: -The; inherent
__ many species grow in open '
Mr. and Mrs. Cohen Fe le were)
honesty people and their obligations -
Concerning Oar People, Butintit and Mrs. T. A. Whitstone, Gloria and is nowhere better demon- woodlands, around field borders visitors to Starke Saturday.

F the County and Town. Paul Palm, Jr., and Mrs. Ella Jones of strated than In this specialized and these galleys legumes and the elsewhere.beggarweeds Of Mr. >D. K. B>.r..,.. C... Mr. John Sapp of Sapp Station, 4!
Pro6re" Harbor, were the his Mrs. J.
guests of banking field. Public Integrity bas was visiting daughter,
Mr. and (fifteen or more native, perennial
Mrs. Roy Edwards for the .always proven to be the outsand- 'Q. Rosier Friday night.
week-end. Mrs. E. C. species) and the lespedezas, or Miss Mattla Harley of Gainesville :Miss Willie Reddish
.. George, who 'lng security In credit transactions."The Mae spent 4
___. ,
"'...00. has bush clovers (four or more native '
.:.:>""' ---- been visiting in Palm Harbor, sound credit operations in Is spending a few days with Saturday night with her cousin, a
carter of Highland was a Miss Francis Turner and :Miss returned with them. which perennial species and the intro- her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A.l.. 'Louise Rosier.
we are
Z: }{. 'nltor to starke day.Jactaonvllle. Eleanor Turner of Atlanta are the materially engaged to the contributevery wider use duced Japan clover) are of great Harley. I Mrs. W. R. Kersey was visiting-

USIDe88 guests of Mrs. Sam Anderson. Mrs. P. C. FHlmon and children ofmotor cars,'thus directly making Importance and as wholesome they furnish reliable Mesdames G. W. Roberts and J. I Mrs. Jean Gasklna Saturday.
Peek of la have returned to their home In ';:for'.'-norefegWar. employment preferred the cold months., especially R. Shuford spent Monday in Jack-. Mr. and Mrs. -J. D. Peele and

WSay here.t Tampa, after spending several &iosvld .- 9t f 1Iad eecttiaa of the during sonville. I children, Mr. and :MM.:'Leslie Mc-
dig relaUves Mrs. A. V. Long of Gainesville weeks In Many species of small wild beans, '
this section with her parents country which.contribute materials Miss Louise Thede returned home Clellan spent Sunday afternoon
J1.BO per was the guest of Miss Amelia Ray Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Halslop. for'the motoriknduatry.. such as the downy milk pea, but- Tuesday from DeLand where she with B. E. Rosier and mother.
sw potato KlckUtOr'S. Friday. They were accompanied home by "Credit buying the., last two I terfly in pea, hog peanut shaded and others spent the past two weeks with Mrs. J. S. Rosier and Mrs. Frank

wand at Mrs. W. C. Ward, Fred Halalop and years has not increased. and there' grow partly situationsin Miss Loulla Tatum. Crews were visiting Mrs. C. A. '
Jack Ward. open pinelands, the small gray Mrs. Enoch Grtffls and daughter, Pringle Saturday afternoon.Mr. .
exists today, the be-
Ritch Is spending Mlntie Pettit of Alachua Is sam ratio marked beans .
MJ'I.Hamnton tween cash buying and credit. furnishing a preferred Mrs. F. R. Carradlne, spent FridayIn W. R. Kersey and A. J. Y..-
spending this week with Gloria food of
quail. Two kinds of
e week In Tampa. Johns. Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Hoppe of.. as baa .always.existed. We parr Jacksonville. brough were visitors to Starke Sat
Tampa, Mrs. Edgar rldga pea (Chamaecrlsta) are Mlaa Loulla Tatum of DeLand is
of Waldo, Phipps of Cat- are of the opinion that American urday.
abundant In
MrIoM. I* Granger ettsburg, Ky., Mrs. Roy Penning- business will be materially assisted open woodlands and visiting her sister, Mrs. G. W. Rob- I Mr. and Mrs. Schellle Rosier! and
guest of her sister, Mr. Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Pettit and ton John fallow fields all over the south. The
'88 the Mrs. Kobs, Mrs. John In getting basic to a more nor-' children were visiting Mr. and Mrs.
C. Wall Tuesday._ family spent Sunday with Senator Waugh, and Mrs. Virginia Van. mal basis through the proper functioning hard, flat, black seeds furnish one erts.Mr.. and Mrs.! Darley were shopping I Willie Reddish Sunday afternoon.
and Mrs. E. :M. Johns. of the moet important of all win-
Sant of Ashfand, Ky., left Tuesday of credit in Jacksonville Tuesday. .
organizations -
Md :Mrs. R. F. Demorest for .. :'. ter quail foods. Like in the case and Mrs. Gilchrist four
)!,' a visit in Tampa, after spendIng ." Mr and Room
in Jacksonvm Tuesay. Fruit jars, caps and rubbers at of native wild legumes, partridge Mayo Mayo Sewing opened
'ere visitors ; ten days at Kingsley Lake. is most sons, of Brunswick, Ga., are visit- in Land and Lancaster build
Kickllter-s. undant on lands that
ing at the home of Mrs. Gllchrlat's
A Mrs. Fannie is THE DIET OF THE QUAIL are burned over In winter. parents, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Biggs, ing. ''f
., Hopson located In Gainesville. M. Gray Co., of
and Mrs. T. J. Mrs. H. L. .- Many measures'may be takenon
Johns Brownlee and -
M. daughter
Mrs l E. Starke permanently, and Is a Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Torode are
In Jackson- rep- Weed Seeds Grains and Mlscellan- the farm to increase this city, received contract for paring -
rlttln spent Tuesday : Mary, returned Saturday from resentative of the Famous Rich average or spending several weeks at their Alachua
3.3 miles iu county.
DeLand, where they visited Col. oua Vegetable Matter Improve the food for quail, and help LakerSt.
Frocks a strictly exclusive line cottage on Kingsley Jacksonville Widening of Orange y
lille.Mr and Mrs. J. E. Futch for a week. styled In Paris and New York to bring about an Increase in their -
E. M. Johns and Mrs. C. A.fight the Pick Wlc Dresses (This la the third. of a aeries of numbers. Small hard cowpeas, and Petersburg This city Park Road as an approach
especially '' from state road No. 3 to this city.
t left WednesdaY'for Talta- Mrs.. C. P.: Cross left Friday for adapted to stout people. Mrs. Hop- twenty' articles on quail,. by Mr. Florida beggarwed can be plantedIn chosen aa site for proposed $900,-

aaeee to be gone several, day.. her home In Atlanta, Ga., after son invites inspection of these H. L. Stoddard.} corn at the time of the last cul- 000 soldiers home. completed. ,Federal aid
garment The bobwhite quail or partridge, tivation, especially in the outside Bayard 1210,000
spending a while here with her Aparment at Dunham's. 'Miami Beach-Work to start in.
I Mr and Mrs. Herbert Durden; of sister Mra. S. ;e;. Brownlee. t has a varied diet which, includes a rows near thicket cover, which will near future on 1180,000 apartment assured for work on Bayard cut- .

iton were visitors In Starke Rev. J. C. of wide variety of both animal and Improve conditions for the game. house of W. F. Whitman at 34th off.Fort
Diggs, S.
Gaffney, Pierce Tomato canning
vegetable matter In this article we In case Japan clover (
; lespedeca)
Mrs. M. Leviton returned Tues- street and Collins avenue.
who at
adaY.ILI' time
was one of here
pastor operations under way by AptoBros.
will consider only that portion of Is not widely distributed on the
day from Atlanta where she visited Fort Pierce Sunrise Boulevard
the Starke
Methodist church, was i ., in plant of Florida Indian
andLighter the diet furnished by weeds, Farm, seed can be broadcast In
and Mrs. It. C. her son-in-law and daughter Mr. here Friday shaking hands with old being widened and Improved between River Canning Co.
In grasses and other ground growth, March around galleys and washes, south limits and Mara-
Gloria, spent Monday and Mrs. H. L Brownlee, Jr. : rlenda. lie was city under
accompanied by St. AUl'\lltlne-Planl wayto u
reserving the discussion of the insects on roadsides, around the bordersof villa
iickaonvllle.Mr its wife and three
daughters, Mrs. local water systemWinter
fruits and "mast" from trees fields and like situations. Once
Mra. A. Z. Adkins, Misses Hazel J. C. Paschal and son of Jackson- Kustis Elks Club plans erection Haven-Plans under way ,
Jacksonville and Lois Adklns and A. Z. Adkina for later artlcles of the series. Even started, Japan clover volunteers of new bath house at Johanna
Colley of vine Miss Louisa of
Ray ; Diggs Gaffneyand with this division of the subject year after year unless killed out by to locate large citrus byproducts'laboratory .
his parents, Mr. and Jr., are spending a while at Jack- Miss Ruth who
visiting ;. Diggs, is at here.
only a few of'the moat ImportantItems burning the land over after the Indlantown Work
L } F. Colley. sonville Beach. home on furlough: from foreign seed progressingon Lake Worth Work on widenIng -
of diet can be mentioned. germinates In late Februaryor extension of Warfield
missionary work in Seoul, Korea highway Federal highway through here;" I;
While fond of March. When
i Col. A. S. Crews was In Greene Mra. E. S. Matthews, Miss Florence I quail are cowpeas, harvesting small from former terminus north of hereto to cost approximately $30,000 UDder -
soybeans, millet grain a few rows the
corn sorghum on outside Okeechobee county line. I
Matthews and Matthews -
Wednesday on professional Eugene '
Eugene Matthews returned home
wheat and other cultivated small near cover may be advantageously way.
Eustls Frank Eckholdt
nesB. ville. spent Tuesday in Jackson- Friday from Columbia University, grains, the greater portion of such left for the birds. ed law offices- at new location open-, 22(1( Winter Garden-City water reservoir r

In New York City, and will spend grains eaten are gleaned from the On game preserve, where the North Center Street.JensenCulvert . being erected.
I Miss Georgia Doyle of Greene his vacation here with his parents, fields after harvest, and seldom is largest possible surplus of quail Is r
Springs, is visiting Mr. and G. W. Alderman returned Friday Mr:and Mrs. E. S. Matthews. En- appreciable damage done to newly desired, small patches of Florida bridge on r. Y
between here and Federal
!I. J. D. Doyle. from a week's visit with his daughter route he stopped over for the finalsat planted grains or to the growing beggarweed, Japan clover, millet,. repaired. highway! DR. R. W. MARTIN t
Mrs. E. R. Marshburn of Marl- V. M. I. and
was accompaniedby And In where cowp crops. even country sorghum and Van Gordon-Construction Co., DEN'I'ISTPhone k,
Mrs J. J. Bullen and daughter, anna. E. J. McMuIlIn of Tampa, an much small grain Is grown, the other small grains are frequently of Jacksonville received $21,014
trice, were visitors In Jackson- instructor at V. M. I. who spent SS Hours: 9 to 5 G
great bulk of the food of the quailIs especially for the birds, contract for paving nine-mile
e I Monday. Mr. and Mrs. S:- B. Owens and Friday night with him enroute to made up of the seeds of despised but this Is seldom really necessary stretch of road No. 1 between Cot- Over Corpenlng's Drug Store
daughter of Tampa, were week-end his home in .
Tampa.PERSONAL weeds and grasses that grow in where "old fashioned" farming
| Judge and Mrs. Geo. A. Gardr- guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Hop- the crops, or from wild plants of still prevails.It tondale and Chlpley._. u_______

r and Major Han Austin spent pe at Kingsley Lake. CERDIT SYS- fallow or uncultivated ground.For is evident from the foregoing STEAM PRESSING COMPANY :t

Sunday at Hastings with relatives. TEM AIDS INDIVIDUALAND instance wheat stubble Is that while quail are an ally of the I 1SPECIALS
Little Miss Marjorie Sue Middle- INDUSTRY Justly famous quail ground in many; farmer in his fight against Insects SUITS CLEANED, PRESSED AND RESHAPED .;

,Gerald Middleton left Friday for ton of Jacksonville, Is the guest of cases" but the ragweed that volun- and weeds they would disappear If J. Frank Thoman-Phone 52

mville where he: has accepti ber grandparents Dr. and Mrs. W. Helps to Put Factory Whistles teers in the'Atnbble Is of vastly r'tO ro.

position. E. Middleton. Back to Work Says Local greater Im ort ace. to the quail

Ford Dealer than the wheat'Iteself. 'The same ,

JOB Minnie Gruber of Jackson- Mrs. G. F. Lehman and daughter, Is true of ther cornfield. Small r

IvUe spent several days in Starke Gwendolyn, of Hickory, N. C., were The first and foremost Interestof weedy cornfields, such as are com- FRIDAY 19th and

Itili week with Miss Ethel Griffin. guests last week of Mr. and Mrs.J. ,. every American business today mon In south Georgia and'Florida

F. Colley. ''Is to help bring the country back are recognized aa about the most

Miss Sora Embry of Qunlcy, left I to a normal economic condition. favorable of all quail range. This SATURDAY 20th

Hday for her home after a visit Mrs. W.. G. Murrhee of Plant When the whistles blow regularlyand Is not primarily because of the

with Miss Hazel Middleton. City, is spending a while with her the wheels of industry get in corn, however, but to the weeds

mother-in-law, Mrs. Anna Mur- full motion the benefits will spread and grasses' that mature heavy;
Mrt Fannie Hopson spent Tuesday rhee, who is quite ill. From the men who till the soil to crops of rich seeds after corn is

In Mcclenny with her brother, those who work in the shops and "laid by." Bull, or water grass, an I'1SnORE

"Ir.Tate Powell. Miss Eunice Canova .returned factories, according to Mr. J." W. abundant and heavy seeding Pas 4

from Jacksonville Sunday where Andrews Jr., Ford dealer in this palum of rich, low spots In cornfields

All varieties field peas at Kick she visited her uncle and aunt Dr. territory. The production of the furnishes one of the moat Im-

; Chase. farm and the manufacture of of anVddda of .. .. -
L and :Mrs. Henry every portant growing -- --- --- --
a type of material and equipment are quail in late summer and fall, and

[ Mr. Mrs E. F, Rhodes of Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Newsom, all part of the same employment of the mature birds later in the Compound Pure

"untsville, spent Sunday with Mills Elizabeth and Louise Howe activity that creates the payrollsto year, while Florida beggarweed, IDcarton.GRITS or.MEAL

latlves here. were visitors in Jacksonville Tues- be expended for the enjoyment which volunteers luxuriantly in LARDSOlbs.

i day. and use of those commodities pro- many southern com fields that are

Mr. md Mrs. R. A. Newsom weredelting duced by every single person gain- planted and "laid by' early, baa no

r relatives in Hampton Sun- Mrs. J. A. )Long and IOn, Jack, fully employed.It known superior 'as a quail food of 8 pounds - -19c
fey afternoon. of Live Oak, were the guests of Is the belief of many leadersof winter and early spring. Other 2 Pounds -20c - $5e75PILLSBURY'S

:lira. T. B.. Massle Thursday and labor and business that the mas- valuable foods of the weedy corn- G

Miss Elizabeth Howe of Lawtey, Friday. I ter key to returning prosperity Ues fields are ragweed, pigweed rough
In the sound functioning on an button-weed Mexican clover
guest of her sister, Mrs. R. A. or
INewaom.Mr. Dr. and Mrs; Henry Chase and economical basis of the great con- "pursley" and various grasses,

son, Alvin?of South Jacksonville, sumer credit organizations of the weeds, morning glories and others WHEAT BRAN Pkg.l2c

Elmer Alvarez of Jackson- were guests of Mrs. P. E. Canova county. An official of .Universal

Wile,was the guest of Us brother, Sunday.Mr. Credit Company, WhiCh la the exclusively The wholesome, nutty flavor of this natural 100 per cent bran make the moet delicious muffins!

L Alvarez Saturday. Ford financing company, 666
and Mrs.. W. J. Epperson,, says on this subject: -- ----- ?

MiM Julia Green JacksonvlUe, Mra. Dale Vanstckle. Mra.' F. F "As it Is the purpose of business Goodwife Sellrising FLOUR Maxwell house'-

vas a recent guest of her uncle andaunt Stump and Mrs. E. W. Hayes at-, to bring buyer and seller together R.II VM LIQUID a 1....OR_..TABLBTS.r Ntmwmlmlm ImSO
Mr. and Mr. L. tended O. E. S. meeting In Lake In a transaction which Is satisfactory -!.. M. ......... a CaM til. fin
A. Alvarez,
I. to one and profitable to the ..,.. ..* ........ Malaria. to !.r*. 12 7Sc COFFEE29c
night. pounds '
Butler Friday .. .- -
De H. S. Woodruff of Sanford, 1 other, so it Is the function of a consumer "MM Salve for BaIt,'* Cold.
"weguest W. :Mra. L. D.! credit institution to make It
this wek of Dr. J. W. Mrs. E. Hayes
-uW1llee. Green Mrs. A. J. Griffla and Mra! easier for consumers to acquire and 1

Chas. Overstreet spent Saturday in use the products of American in- PURE CANE

Miss O. E. S.: dustry. There is not much question
Dorothy Gainesville attending
Alvarea of Jack'Ville
today but that credit and employ ATLASThe {
is visiting her cousin, Miss school of instruction.
Interwoven and
1l1 Den Andrew ment are closely SUGAR lOibs48c
'f'A Powell of that the Interests of employee, em- -
'. - Mr1. and Mrs. Oeo. It.
Mr. and Mrs. J.Hoover spent Newton, N. Co, returned to their ployer and credit company are mu- Standard,0ilTire i v
be tuaL The success of each one insures -
weekend In Palatka with Mr. home last Friday i j after visiting --
M Mrs, a C. Richard.J. relatives in thia! state for several the normal consumption of: Guaranteed
goods and tends toward regularity CHARMER Rosedale 1-E can 'fi-4,

week of employment. In my opinion, One Year '

Dace J.and M.],{Alvarez rL Uxharia, Col Murden, J. L. Mrs. G*M. Inman Vonda Znman" the finance: company that is basically ,,j COFFEE.13c f PEACHES 2 for f -33c
sound an obligation -
"!ell DeLand and Mlsa Ethel recognizes :
.Thursday. Miss Amy Moore of the Suwan-I to the purchasing. public for .... ...... .
Moore were guests

CENT A WORD nee River evening.Mr. Grove. at Trenton Tuesday economical courteous developing treatment pracUces.fair charges and In, our extending adopting credit Frigidaire R .edale-21-2t: 1I VAN CAMP'S a

rates have been consistently -
M. P. Phillips, Mr. L. C. Can-; company

COLUMNtheatrolor'on non and Mr. Stover of Lake City established lower for than similar those credit previously.I rviceL the three year (auar- Pineapple20c MILK.3taD.2Oc, q

","", .. and Mr. Dunn of Jacksonville,were
consider the cost of credit -
_ _ .
business re- .
in Starke Tuesday on anted electric refrigerator -- --
LOST to the public who buy cars on
Saturday evenisgJun; 13, Jatjva to state road department. In
,alder at movie : I! time to be Importance. Poppy's No. 2Grapefruit BOILING
: of the Ford car, the first
meets the case n

:\gram a11k scarf 1n at Starke double: Ladies with mono-pink BUM Mr. and Jones)Ira.and D. Arthur C. Jones Darby, Mlaa cost is of unusually economies low in not manufacturing only because >> - t and Juice -15 BACON pound - HeWe i

black at each end the Jones of Gainesville are spending but because the same prlncl: For sale bySmith's ,
turnMother". Reward If 're- awhile at their cottage at Kings- ( ,"*v '
that inspire these savings are .. .
plea ---- -- -- - -- -- ---
.1i Mh. P': B. Cady, Rt. ley lake. It
box: . __ extended service to the public
.;......... 2M. SNhegENT la easy to-see that. economies in CLEARBROOK PKG.
:Mr. and Mrs. S. S. Dowllng would be of little valueIf "Service
-On old Lawtey rood daughter Nettie, are spending two later sacrificed thru

tIl'lUrlow farm. North of Pow- weeks in Tallahassee with Krs.Dowling' they were for financing."In .BurrER28c SALT.3for i.-
re.cslUll.. 600 lbw mother, Mrs. W. S. Stro- high ,
fertilizer al- the purchase of over ::1.=0- VI '
to StationStarke _. _. ,,
; _
'be crop'whtcL wffl maaMr. 000 timesales transactions from ----- :-- --- r' -- i

!fuDa : anyone wanting this the customers of Ford Dealers Jnvolvtag $ SERVICE AND SATISFACTION
reasonable Mrs.. J. F. Colley.
lit t1 rent. Bee me : and over $700.000.000. savtogs Fla.
'k1na.el home of J4ra. Tomp- F. Lehman. Gwendolyn Lehman,, have been created /or the public ,

1-12-21. J.raruaa K6: lin '.. Katie and Virginia Fugate, spent from' lower financing costa eatab- I ... ,-,- I II
the week-end In St. Augustine, a.

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Bordeaux Paste tor and his wife, Who
Florida DelegatesOff BUSINESS PITFALLSIN HAMPTON t.o this home at four Were In:
to WashingtonFor Checks StemEndRot Mlu Ada Id__., 0.... afternoon. !III

; FARM NEWS SECTION I-II Club Camp FARM DISTRICTS % 'Watermelons ,' room The were large dining thrown together.:'

Mrs. KUza Hall Entertains I' decorated In pink and
1! Jacksonville, Fla Florida's Leesburg, Fla-About 10 per- Last Tuesday afternoon, June 9, large center table was whlte, t
1- Conducted By delegation to the National 4-H Club Bankers Point Out Hazardsof cent of the watermelons shipped Mrs. Hall entertained in honor of living room, and draped placed In

I* T DYER, County Agent Camp held In Washington, D. C., Unsound Practice*-Help from Florida are loat due to stem- her daughter Geraldine Joyce and white, and loaded With Pbi.,

MISS PEARL JORDAN, Home Demonstration! Agent June 17 to 23, left here Monday Farmers to Avoid; Them, end rot, which could be preventedby ofa Hall's birthday. The home _was cuts for the pastor who happy
night, June 15. The club members careful handling and the use
oj decorated in a .color scheme so kind and faithful, !
i making the trip were Ruth Dur- little bordeaux paste, accordingto and yellow. burden was heavy. althoUgh
Florida's Health RAINY SEASON IS GOOD renberger Orange county, Leila W AYS In which bankers may discourage Dr. M. N. Walker watermelon The large dining table waa draped The card of

TIME TO START NEEDED Mae Duke and Arlington Henley, unsound farm prao- disease investigator at the Florida in white and in the center of read by Miss Ada presentation JF

b Champion.Named; PERMANENT PASTURES Walton county and Jack Platt, Uces are described by Kansas President StateArrlcnltiiral r. Experiment Station laboratoryhere. which was a white birthday cake, which Rev. McGauley Nlmmo exPr !
D. Farrell of the
Ends Marion county. They were accom- |, bore ten candles. his
n Short Course American which yellow appreciations. A
SI Smith came over last night panied by H. O. Clayton and Miss College in Stem-end rot is caused by a fun- Many game were played and en- was then enjoyed IOCIal
41/ ,l and was talking about the rainy Ruby McDavid with the University Bankers' Association JournaL gus which is Incapable of attackIng the afternoon. At and fruit Salad, salllDtt
4 1, Tallahassee, Fla,-A* the 19th season. Well that old saying of Florida Agricultural Extension He says: sound melons, but which readily joyed throughout juice was served 'bI&
the conclusion an Ice course was dantly.
S abort "In Kansas in connection with
club coursecam _
'k annual girls'H about an ill wind holds almost as Service.To finds Its way through bruised.
t to a close here Saturday, well for a rain. So I told St thatduring : make this trip Is considered the Importation of dairy cattle, a spot and where the stem haa been I. served with the birthday cake. Thoa who participated were:itH

al June 13 S3S club girls and local a nice rainy season was the I the highest honor 4-H club work I large shipment of very Interior Mr*. Hall was assisted In enter- and Mrs.,McGauley, Rev. ana II
P leaders left for their homes In every animals came into a county to be cut.Thus taining by her mother, Mrs. W. R. Taylor, :Mrs. Sullivan, Mrs
for to start T.
very us some per- offers. The camp is an annual af- the melons should be hand p
secUon of the state. As the old at auction ,to local farmers. Jackson, her .sister Mrs. R. I* Brown and daughter Kathryn ii
I manent pastures, because the grass fair, and two boys and two girls led carefully In the field. They
1 short course neared Its close Hilda The county agricultural agent Informed i Brown, Mrs. Stinger and Miss R. L. Brown, Mrs. L. J. Wynn'S
,1 will much better ,
t j grow so during from each state are selected to at- should be cut with a stem that la'
Hall, Eustls, was proclaimed Flor wet weather. tend. the bankers that the cattle for re-cutting. They Joyce Mast. Ruth Bedenbaugh, Mrs. J. w Bed
ida's 1931 health champion. She would be a detriment to the com long enough II :Many nice and useful gifts were enbaugh, Mrs Idella Priest
: A good pasture saves on the Two of the trips were financed should be hauled from the field as ,
munity. The bankers refused to received and appreciated by Miss A. J. Wilson
will compete for the national health Mrs Martin
feed bill the stock In better ,
keeps RaU-
by the Atlantic Coast Line soon as possible, and in wagons or .
tq champion In Chicago this fall, finance the purchase of the cattle Geraldlne. Carpenter, Mrs. J. V.
condition than where they are fed way, one by the Barnett National trucks that are free pf splinters, Jonea
which honor was won last year by and the sale was abandoned. The The participant of this delightful I McMeekin Mrs. Roper, Mrs'.
j in the dry lot all Ue,time, and pro- Bank, Jacksonville, and one by the nails, or bolts that may scar them. .?
cattle shipped another
Florence Smock, also of Eustis.y' were to occasion were: Alice and Mary Durden Mrs. J. L Tucker Mn.d
duces the feed that be ,
i cheapest can
Capital City PubIiahlngCompany,, This vehicle a* well as the car In
': Miss Hall Is 16 years of age grown on the farm. In order for Tallahassee. county. The county agent and the which to be shouldbe Mast, Geraldine and Mary Lee L. Harrison, Mrs. M. L. and KB
they are shipped
l/elghs 130 pounds and stands 5 dairying and livestock productionto bankers there did as was done in Johnson,, Claudie Belle, and Lefla I Watterson, Mrs. W. B. Aleundt
lined the aides with burlap
feet 4 1.2 Inches tall. She was I the first instance and the second on May Brown, Sherlie and Frances ;and Misses Ada Nimmo
be and it LID
permanent profitable, D. C.-one hundredand
Washington, and bedded with something like ex-|
given a health score of 97.1 percent is essential that as much as possible fiftysixH club boys and .county escaped.An celsior. The excelsior should be Colley, Margie and Snookle Johns, Tucker, Edna and Eleanor Harrtjl
{ which her ahead of 17 Leila Mae Sparkman, Evelyn on.
placed of the feeds used be
producedon girls from 40 states have just arrived ,, Unneeded Industry perfectly dry as moisture'l* ideal
..I other county winners from over the Weathersbee, Jeannette Parker, -C
the farm where fed.
here for the annual National4H "A the .
for ,
:year ago creamery promoters rotting organisms.As
state. She baa been training for Settle McGruderr Martha Joyce PLANT SUMMER
It Is reasonable to believe that GARDENS
p Club Camp. They will tent began trying to capitalize the Kansas the melons are being loaded
health contest for three John Lillian Tucker Doris Rut-;
the years. -
feed grown with the least amountof for a week on the Department of farmers' desire to Improve his the stems should be re-cut to aboutan
I She sleeps 10 hours at night, eats ledge, Charley and George Morgan Stuart Fla. Martin
I handling will be the cheapest. A Agriculture grounds. markets by: Inducing communitiesof inch and treated with bordeaux count,
three meals each day. swims R. L. and Holland Brown Bobble truck and
square growers farmer
good permanent pasture will in
pro officials members of
Department farmers to purchase creamery past. The cut stems should be destroyed -
and helps around the house, and and Joe Mast Charles and Ray paying much attention to
,duce lots of feed at little expense. the Federal Farm Board, and other plants before production and local piantii)
fee bo been playing golf since she was Parker, One and' Leslie'PrIngle, L. summer gardens for home
In our section we have found noted agricultural leaders will conditions Justified them. Informedof The paste can be purchased, or use to
eight years old. that Bermuda grass Is a good base A. Johns, Jr., Nlram Wynn. Jr., cording to C. P. Heuck, count
speak to the boys and girls duringthe this by the State Agricultural It can be made as follows: Place
', Janle Wheeler, Jefferson county Jackie Rutledge, Jr., Monroe Tucker agent. Such crops as sweet
for a permanent pasture on nearly morning assemblies.. After College the bankers association 8 of bluestone and 3 1-2 pot*
club girl, was selected as the alter- any kind of soil. On soil that Is this the clubsters will bold their lent warnings to every bank la the quarts ounce of water In an earthenware Colacn) Rigdon, and A. P. Stinger toes, peas, okra, and butter beuj

nate health champion. not too dry and sandy, the Ber- of High Springs. are the main ones.
own conferences. The afternoonswill state leading many to refuse to kettle and bring to a boiL. While
r Twenty-four teams competed in muda may be supplemented with be devoted to educational trips support the creamery promoters -, S
boiling add a starch mixture: made
contest which Treat watermelon
a dish washing was leapedza, Bahla grass carpet grass, to the experimental farms and oth- until the college approved the by dissolving 4 ounces of corn or Dr. M. V. Miller arrived here stems will

r won by a team from Lakeland. The and other grasses. On moist land, er points of Interest as well asbigtorical plant for the community concerned. laundry starch in a pint of cold wa- last Monday and Is permanently located bordeaux paste when loading ii
team of Ruth Wies- to
was composed carpet grass Is one of the best pas- sites around Washington. This saved many communities loss ter. Stir constantly and boll until in the two-story residence on cars prevent stem-end rot
and Gertrude Dawson.
.il ender ture grasses obtainable.A The evenings will be devoted to re- from the premature establishmentof the mixture thickens into a smooth the corner of church and Main
The short course was one of the Jupiter Plans tj
good pasture will furnish reatlon and campfire programs, except plants"A paste, about the consistency, of streets, which la owned by :Mrs. B. considered r;
1 largest and most constructive ever green grazing for eight or nine Saturday evening when the third way: ,bankers can discourage thick paint Y. Saxon. repairing Loxahatchee bridge.

held. The recreational features months of the year. If BermudaIs annual banquet will be held. unsound practice. is to The revival services at the Bap-

and the demonstrations given by disked and fertilized occasionally refute to finance farmers who wish tist church are progressing-nicely.

L_ 1% the girls were outstanding while from year to year, it will to pyramid their enterprises, a Mr. J. N. Rutledge, who has been

f the many talks and study courses make a good pasture for many I I temptation difficult to resist. This I agent for the G. S. & F. and Sea-
were unusually Interesting. HINTS TO HOUSEWIVES Is WRUF FARM PROGRAM
illustrated farmers who
vears. among 4
board railroads here for the past
p Before starting a permanent I 1 buy cattle for feeding purposes. A The Voice of Florllla"I five years left Monday for Lake
TRAIN SCHEDULE Weekly from Home Demonstration farmer feeds two or three of I
pasture, the land should be pre- cars Worth, where he will assume du
pared by cleaning out all of the Specialist, Tallahassee cattle One year and makes a good ties"aa agent in that city.
We change schedule Sunday, 7th brush and tree growth, weeds etc., II I profit. This Induces him to buy Gainesville. Another week's Mrs. P. B. Hunt left last Mondayfor

and trains will run as follows: and then It should be either plowedor twice or three times as many the series of Florida Farm Hour radio Petersburg,' Va., where she will
No. I, southbound, due Starke, I GRAPE RECIPESAs second still more the third
disked year
thoroughly. has just been announced -
programs be the guest of her daughter, Mrs.S. .
10:35: p. m. Bermuda may be started from I anu so on until he fin all] loses by the University of Florida Ag- M. Simmon
i No. 11, southbound due Starke the supply of wholesome more by: having too cattle
seed or runners, preferably run- many on ricultural Extension Service. These
:Mrs. J. :M. Maxwell Is
l 11:52: a. m. : Florida grapes come In, housewives teed of visiting
The in a :year bad prices than
ners. roots or runners may will be broadcast from
No. 107, southbound, due Starke be chopped up and spread over the should get busy and save some of he made in several previous years state programs radio station WRUF and be- this friends week.and relatives In Clyo ,Ga.,
a", 10:30: a. m. them. They will make a splendid with smaller numbers and better
land and then disked In with good tween 12 and 12:45: m., eastern
p. The P. T. A. of the
food fit Into the diet and Hampton
No. ,
1t 2, northbound due Starke, results. Of Bermuda nicely, prices. When bankers discouragebad
course grass standard time. The schedule follows -
public school will meet next
r 6:10: a. m. la hard to get rid of after are easily prepared. practices their action is a Fridayfor
itp :
No. 12, northbound due Starke positive benefit to the tamers con purpose) of electing officers.
started but this fact makesit Grapes
very Sat June 20 Florida Farm Dark Shadow.are
cerned." AU who are interested In the wel- Eye
l 1:50
: p. m. one of the best,grasses for permanent I Weigh and ,wash firm but fully News and Hints. U. S. Farm Science fare of the school are supposed to invisible under the enchant'
it- No. 108, northbound, due Starke, and g
pasture. ripe the nulls
grapes separate Snapshots.
be present. film of seductive beauty bnpartti
):52 .
: m.Starke
p. and pulp. Place the hulls In a kettle Mon., June 22 The FoundationCow to your akin and camp eI oD.

Si Wannee Branch SIX 4-II CLUB BOYS with 1 cup water for each six: WHAT A KEY BANKERDiD In Building a Dairy HerdC.R. Baptist Ladles Give Shower They need no longer age your ap
No. 101 leaves Starke 7:00: a. m. GIVEN SCHOLARSHIPS of fresh Cook pane detract from tat!!
pounds grapes. covered .. Dawson, assistant In dairy investigations Last Wednesday, June the tenth, : or
No. 102 arrives 2:40: p. m. BY FLORIDA BANKERS charming: youthful beauty
until the hulls you
are quite FOR HIS COUNTYThe Florida Experiment the ladles of the Hampton Baptist
: Gainesville, Fla., -' Six Florida der and the water evaporated.1Ieatpulps Station. Summer Care of Dairy church gave a miscellaneous shower may to easily possess thru

Blue Bus Schedules 4-H club boys were recently an- and juice. In another kettle Calves-Hamlin I*. Brown extension at the home of :Mrs. M..L. Wat- GOURAUD'S0@IENT4l

it Southbound-9:31: a m., 11:31a. nounced winners of $100 scholar- until they are soft enough to liberate farmers of one county In dairyman. tenon in honor of their

.. m., 4:01: p. m., 6:31 p. m., 12:14a. ships to the University of Florida seed. Put through a fruit Tennessee are receiving $400,000 Tues., June 23.-Control of Mealy Rev. McGauley of Starke. pastor,

m. I College of Agriculture. The scholarships press, combine with hulls, and add additional annual Income from Bugs on Citrus-J. R. Watson, entomologist This was a surprise for the CREAM
new paa-
Northbound-8:00: a. m., 1:23: ,, H
were given by the Florida 1 pound of sugar for each 6 poundsof Florida Experiment
1., 4:07: p. m., 7:83: p. m., 4:43: a.1 l State Bankers' Association and grapes. Bring slowly to a boll, farm enterprises started since 1028 Station., Farm Question Box. ....... FUaai u4 Raohal tkatfai

i 0. the winners announced by R.' W. and boll slowly for about ft min through the efforts: of a "key Wed.,, June 24 SubTropicalFruit .

Tickets and Information atJmlth' Blacklock, state boys' club agent. utes. Pack in hot jars, seal,. and banker" and the county agent according CUlture-Harold Mowry, as- STOP ITCHING !,

r' Service Station, next to Boys from all over the state, at- process. for 8 minutes. to estimates from the sociate horticulturist, Florida Experiment If yau ftuffar. from Ec._,. (.._-c.._

_ ourthouse. tending the annual short course for Canned Whole Grapes Tennessee College of Agriculture. Station. Primer for Town tllutlon Palau Oak.). Barbara Itch. Itch.Tatter Ground RI....TOT..... .COFFINS & CASKETS

'1 Closing of Malls boys recently held here, stood examination Make a little silt In each grape, A "key: banker" Is a part 'of the Farmers. Itch or Athlata'a Fool. Muck licit.r P..... And Full Line of
a South. for the awards. The remove seed, and pack In jars. Pour state bankers' association voluntary Thurs., June 25-Farm Water .M aaaurt.sit..r Hani and Soil Co..... ftadbun_ Bllaaar

Train No. 107. first class mall, winners were announced at the over them a syrup made of equal field force cooperating with Systems Fraler Rogers, professor DM. COUNTS Undertakers' Supplies

0:10: a. m. close of the short course. measures of sugar and water. Let the American Bankers Association of agricultural engineering,! KErmacRATiNa LOTIONwill HEARSE

Train No. 11, parcel post, 10:30 From West Florida, the winners stand for 30 minutes and .refill if In its nation-wide plan for bringing Florida College of Agriculture. Re- rallava yaw at aaca. Claan baallne. AUTOMOBILE.. .... TkwrlOT bed
A''r u m were Guy Butts, Santa Rosa coun- necessary. Adjust top but do not about better agricultural conditions sults Florida Farmers are Getting liquid-S.. Salva ar G/L.-Eeklwt. tauaa. Always U.

I Train No. 12 North 2:45 ty, and John Hints, Liberty coun seal, steam until fruit is softenedbut through combined bankerfarmereffort. From Windmills Zack Savage,, .I0ra Caa ar ardarad b..btal.d Irjr mall at yaup 4O*,lacal eoa des and ,..t...tan.<*!<>.loweat to
p. m. parcel post : ,'ty. The central Florida winners bot broken, add more syrup If : New projects started In this graduate assistant In agricultural 81.00. Mad par "aattla.maaavardar WIr..and_.t ardar.. C.O.D.byaatl. ard.r.nEOIITERED .
i were Ben Marlon needed and seal while hot. The ..... .

&&I Train No. 108, first class mall, McLauglln county particular county are tobacco, engineering.. 1 EMBALMER
{ B:80: p. m. and Claud Byrd, Union county. length of time to steam will vary Irish potato .and. cabbage production Fri., June 26-Silage and Rough- __a. a*. eat* ..

rr, Final closing of night malls 6:00: From the South Florida district, with, the variety; scuppernongs re- for cash crops, and dairyingand age for Beef Cattle-W. J. Sheely,\ Or.Couats Rem tergting!Lotion,lao DEWITT C. JONES

p. m. the winners were Maurice Lamb, quiring about 1 hour, James 1 1-2, poultry: raising for livestock. extension agent In animal husban- I .008" OLCRIOa TAAKD. FLORIDA.

v' Starke and Bell Branch Orange county, and Kenneth New- and Thomas about 2 hours. The key: banker looking for dry. Farm Reporter at Washington. (_1'r..hark .... U. *L Pataat Ofb.) .

Mall close 7:00: a. m. kirk. Lake county. Spiced Grapes- something to do to better his community II

Mall arrives 2:40 p. m. The two boys from West Florida Spiced grapes are prepared much first attempted to procurea .

but tittle will be ready for College this fall the same as canned except that county agent but was unable to
over 5 while the others have either one or spices are added. After combiningthe get the county to make the necessary READY FOR FARMERS' DAY

percent of her soil In cultivation. two more years In high schooL softened hulls and seeded pulps appropriation so be and other -

to each 5 pounds of fresh fruit add leading citizens made up the requisite :Marlanna Fla. Some 2,000

2 1.2 pounds sugar, 2 ounces funds through private farmers and farm women in the Penny' WiseA

ndtheWorstis'YeltoComef ground cinnamon, 1 1-2 ounces subscription among farmers and ,. vicinity of West Florida are' ex-

}f.. -m ground cloves, and 1-2 pint Vine- business men and an agent was pected to gather here for the an-,

gar. Boll until sufficiently thick employed. nual farmers' day Saturday, 'June-]

which for the 5 pounds will be 20. Final arrangements for the
: New Crop IdaM gala occasion have been .
? about an. hour. Other, combinations already '
-- of spices may; be used. Up until 1914 grain was the made by progressive citizen of the penny .saved' is not. always. penny earned.

The grapes may; be spiced wholeor principal>> farm production In the town County Agent Sam Rountree, Sometimes it is two pennies lost. The merchantwho
.- ---- I county. The banker recognized and Mia Eleanor Clark home dem-
'i In small bunches. Pour :over the spends nothing on advertising: Is practicing
disadvantages of this. It afforded onstration agentMunicipal
them a hot made of a
: j.>,trk sugar, 1 quart syrup-elder vinegar pounds and I'a. low ,cub Income and the land scout, and school false economy; his-losses in. sales far exceed the
.' '
:'" .2 tablespoons each of cinnamon was too'htlly: and rough for profitable band will participate In the occasion pennies caved.

aUspice, and clove After 24 grain raising. HI* Idea was while state official and other

: I It hours pour the syrup off, bon and i to Introduce cash crops that offered noted speakers will direct the educational The money spent for plate glass windows is not
I add to the grapes and let stand I more, return per acre and were gathering looked on as lost is better
d I better fitted to the county. It was J the money. spent on
... over night.1 Repeat the process decided that the should interior lighting. .
di county '' .
i o o .. 1 yeti.etir . ) } three syrup times.ehould Seal and process.about The 7 standardise on the Green Mountain 'WHERE A PENNY '

''. pounds of fruit. prepare >potato> and to market It la carloadclots. CAN Anything that increases, :favor, that adds to
.. '*r> Through his bank: he A POUND sales that
4> TMCM YOU multiplies customers is very properly
EARN! SHORT COURSE MONEY sponsored the buying; of a car of WIU FIND W18Mgis
certified regarded as a good investment.
seed potatoes .He likewise ,

M chobee Okeechobee, Fla..- Four Okee- tobacco bought seed and some several high hundred quality b'vslrIi Advertising is a good investment-just as plate

county boys who recently setting of purebred eggs. These glass windows are. Advertising is the glass
attended the annual boys 4-H club snpp'les were distributed at cost plate

I short course held at the University: through the bank to the farmer window the merchant can send.l into 'every home.
j of Florida.,Gainesville, earned all
After considerable effort a Advertising sells more goods to more persons than
of the money to their
pay expenses, market for dairy products was lit '
-tna according to C. A. Fulford. county cured the farmer when la Ins a Is&be shop windows do.

agent. Most of the money earned national cheese company located a crtfiinc difference economy to seve die'In '!

I \ <' was profits on their club projects.The factory there.' A. county appropriation bctwwndtpend.bk premium stock: \insunnce A WORD TO THE PUBLICDo

\I .. I boys were Ward Baggott, Harvey was secured tor county: agent : and cheap, unsafe
1 ',' Hamrlck. R E. Hamrick. Jr., work in ISIS. types of irwuranccii.

f 1 1" and Murray Fulford. In 193 the, ea d: crop program C oonplece t prot .
i. resulted la farmers'' selling 145.000 safety, b etsendaL Sound message to you in the form of in
an advertisement
J worth of milk 1150,000 worth of tock fire Imurance b
Jt tobacco and fifty-five: carloads of rjrorrrH IHAROLD wile< our columns? On the contrary is it not your impulse

t w DeFunlak Springs Fla.-Twelve potatoes and cabbage mostly : a bunkh. It to respond to his :friendly overtures T
t Walton county 4-H club boy recently through cooperative sales. "This i'

0 attended the annual abort was some step from the 125.000

.-r....... .! Course at the University In Gainesville worth of cash crop In m," the C. WALL ADVERTISEMENTS ARE STORE
and their expense were paid county agent says "and Indication

... with money; won by; Walton county are that this amount will be INSURANCE WINDOWS
4c.rlitwelhttgtolrt .... boy at the South Florida Fair in doubled."

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19. 1981
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would be wrong for him to
grow Upon whom should cast
we our '
or handle tobacco. But he has burden? Answer, read Psalm
friends who do not believe as he 65:22. ; GRAHAM

le.rml and does sell about It.tobacco They, do and not they violate grow June 20 -:- Do You Know ? -:- ] Mine 0.1. Ma* Smith. Car.

their consciences, nor any human The first and the Last-I am the (*,,. AffM '.')
law. Perhaps they do first, and I am the last; and besides Sunday school at the Christian
wm1 is amp undo art feet, anJ a light unto my pttk.-Psalm 119:105.: "Destroy not him not sin. me there Is no God. Is there a God church was reorganized Sunday

.-, with thy meat, besides me? Yea there is God ,...-- with
for no --- --- a good attendance.
whom Everybody
f jtz All religious "*! doctrine died for the
? ?*. or I know h
: r" c1J g,p If kingdom of not any.-Isa.: 68. invited.
{ p1Ar creed they are to have any claimyalty God is not meat and
and devotion of the people, must be in harmony with drink; but righteousness, and peace I, Whence cometh wisdom and understanding Mrs. A. O. Brown and son and '

n the love' r the whom fit Jon fold and crevice and Joy in the Holy Ghost . ? Answer read Job daughter, Mrs Lacey Rigdon of
was ea it
ghyrylKEheartTi:: and of d in A6"NEVER MAN is good neither to eat flesh, nor 28:20: 28. kMt* Starke, were visiting Mr. and Mrs. 1
Qk t MAN.tor
: drink wine nor anything whereby luneUGod' 1. C. Smith Tuesday.
thy brother Responses If my people Graham was defeated again Sat
ef Bradford and I are Invited to use this stumbleth, or
mlmt for new of chdaetiviteStio and anowwealents. weak Alcoholic drink has which are called by my name shall urday In a ball game with Hampton. -

par Space freely given and no charge! made-the only re- caused the stumbling and destruc- humble themselves, and pray, and This makes a tie between the

that such Item reach. this office before Wednesday tion of many. seek my face and turn from their two teams.
rot being cannot be handled for current Issue. wicked ways; then will I hear from Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Johnson and i
:: they use of
K. otherwise *" down strong tears heaven, and will forglv their sin, family, Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Smith

one's body, mind, and soul; and will heal their land,-2 Chronicles and family, Mr. and Mrs. L. D.
trap anything that hinders a fel- it ruins ona's wordly fortune andcJe.troy's 7:14.: Casterllng and baby, Mrs. Etta

SUNDAY SCHOOL lowman in the right course in life one's Inheritance in the How did the chief priests make Reynolds and son Jlmmle Mr. and
LESSON or causes him to fall therefrom. kingdom of heaven. sure the Sepulchre in which the :Mrs. W T. McEver and Leon

"There la nothing unclean of Itself Professor Fisher of Yale University body of Jesus was placed? Answer Graves, also Gerald Surrency enjoyed -

; but to him that esteemeth says: read-Matt. 27:66. a fish fry Thursday at Sampson

JUNE 21, ItS anything to be unclean to him it Is Present law and national June 22 lake.

LESSON FOR unclean." There are some things prohibition enforcement are intol- The End of Enmity -' When a Miss Lossie Wynn was a visitor!

which no person can do without erable and must be corrected; man's ways please the Lord, he here Sunday afternoon.Mr. .

I subject: The Sin of Causing Oth- committing sin." Prohibition has already accom- maketh even his enemies to be at l Duff Abernathy has gone tu

to Stumble. (Temperance lese There are other things the doingof plished incalculable good, hygienically peace with him.-Proverbs 16:7.: ., his position which is near Atlanta,

which Is not of itself sinful: but economically and socially; What does Paul call the-temple 5 : /% Ga.
Golden Text: "It is,good neithereat if a person believes it wrong to do Real personal liberty to live of God, and if we defile this temple, Mr Claude Saunders has Just

I flesh, nor to drink wine, nor one of thee* last named things, and enjoy the full use of our facul- what is the result? Answer, readI returned from a trip south.

i whereby they brother' then if be does that thing, he sins ties, is increased by prohibition; Cor. 3:16: IT. t#** .* -JTse it* *rjtW** ** Mrs. A E. Ward and son Amon,

fata ythlng**. Rom. 14:13-23.: It is here that your conscience Light wines and beer cannot be June 23 have been visiting Mrs. Ward's

rune about 30 years after the should be educated and corrected, legalized without another constitutional Way to Life He bath mewed daughter Mrs. Volley McKinney c

raclflxlon.; "Romans" was written, but not violated. A good illustra- amendment; thee, 0 man, what Is good; and near Sampson this past week.

v Paul( from Corinth to the chrls-, tion of this principle is the makingor No such amendment can be pass. what doth the Lord require of thee "_ ajf *"VKf "e>M< ,JFr -"<* mr i* Mr. Robert Surrency was honored

i at Rome, where a controversy' sale of alcoholic liquors. Before ed; but to do justly, and to love mercy with a birthday picnic Satur-

e about Christians eating meata the adoption of the laws prohibiting All that the wets can possibly/ accomplish and to walk humbly with thy God? day June 6. All of his children

eoicated to Idols. I those things, one man's conscience U laxity of enforcement, -Micah 6: 8. were present, most of them being

['7 very meal was In a manner decated -' might say it was right to or nullification to increase the What did Jesus say about the From Tampa,except his daughter,

to the household gods by; make or sell liquor which another very disrespect for law which they woman who anointed hIs head with Mrs.. Minnie Burgess, who lives In

g some portion of It on they man could not conscientiously do. profess to deplore; precious ointment? Answer, read .r Berlin, Ga. The picnic was given at

altar. Where one member It was then lawful to make and sell Therefore, the only satisfactory -Matt. 26:6-13. the river which Is known as the

u heathen family had become If license were obtained. If a man's solution lies In fuller enforcement June 21 Smith bridge.

(verted t he would at once be con- conscience told him it was then Peace With All MenFollowpeace THAT the Canada never f.ave. 'It.neat, without eovtrlna'lts ),fr. Elmer McMillan and friend

uted with the question, rising InIII right to make and sell liquor, per WEEKLY 8EBMONETTE with all men, and holiness, to protect them from detection? The goose and the gander Mr. A. Howard, were visitors here

own conscience whether byrtaking haps he could have done so without without which no man shall see the form a perfect partnership and share equally In the responsibility of Saturday afternoon at the ball
sitting en the nest and hatching out the egg. The photograph shows
.. .
of such food be might committing sin. But if the man Contentment Lord.-Hebrews 12: 14. a Canada Qoose covering Iti eggs with straw,, game.
at be countenancing Idolatry. whose conscience told him. it was What did Judas do 'with the I Mrs. F. T. Abernathy and grand
Psalm 1ft:6. The lines are fallen
jch of the meat offered In wor- wrong to make and sell did proceedto money which he received for betraying son, also daughter, Mrs. Math Was. S
unto in
me pleasant places
p found its way Into the com- do so in violation of his con- ; yea, his Lord, and what was din are visiting their daughter and

11II market, so that at any meal science, then he sinned, because "to I have a goodly heritage. the end of Judas? Answer, read- slater, Mrs. Forest Reynolds In
Proverbs 30:8. Give me neither And the Worst is Yet ComeI
Christian ran the risk of eatr him it was unclean." poverty nor riches.Philippians Matt 27:3-3. to -- Jacksonville.Fort .

things sacrificed to Idols." But when the law of our land June 25 ..._ .. . e
4:11: 12. I have' _.._ _. _. w.4. "' - '
I Paul had written to the congre- prohibited the making or selling of Taste and See-O taste and seethe Pierce Christian ?
learned in whatsoever state I am, -=== -
ttlon at Rome, "Him that 10 weak liquor then it ceased to be a mat- I Lord is good: blessed is the w,
therewith to be content. I know Society purchased building site
I the faith receive ye * for none ter of choice with any man. The man that trusteth in htm.-Psalm I known as Plnewood division and
how to be abased, and I know how { ,
if OB Uveth to himself, and no man making or selling became a posi- to abound. 34:8.What: may erect edifice on ste.! '
elk to himself * whether we tive violation of law, a crime and a Is the Hebrew benediction? .. --
I. Timothy 66, 7. Godliness with =
VI i therefore or die, we are the sin. A, misguided or wrong con- contentment is great gain. For Answer, read-Num. 6:24: 26. --- Noreen or TAX KOUALI/ATIOV

ifs. So when everyone Of us science can no longer justify such ------ -
we brought nothing Into this world : ..
of c The hoard of county rommlsilonor .
1 give account himself toThe - F.
acts.Here and it Is certain we can carry nothing PRESBYTERIAN =. of Bradford county Florida will
is another illustration: out. And having food and raiment -- meet at the ollrLho".. In the clerk'
| printed lesson for today be- There is now no law against grow- onto on Monday July nth area
let us therewith be content. Services Sunday, June 21, as follows .. board of quallaers for"t ::3u *
"Let us not therefore Judge ing tobacco. I know a man who be- t .
17. Charge them that are rich : I VON* of h nrtn! complaint and receiving -
i another any more; but Judge lieves that tobacco (especially the ; testimony as to the value of
In this world, that they be not 10 a. m. Sunday school, J. M. any property, real or personal, orndxeI
II rather, that no man put aumbllgblock cigarette) is injurious to our pea
fixed the tax
high-minded, nor trust in uncertain Truby, supt. AM by> anaeitNor
or an occasion toaD ple; his conscience says he should for the year 1931, aitalnit the owneror
riches, but in the living God, who 11 a. m. Morning worship, sermon agent of such }
to his brother's ," not handle nor make from fj rM'nLl.
way money : .
giveth us richly all things to enjoy. by the pastor. J U
A stumbling block Is a snare, a tobacco. Believing that way it 7 Chairman of Hoard of County CommlnBloner -
18. That they do good works p. m. Christian Endeavor, topIc ., Bradford County Fla.

ready to distribute, willing! to com "How Decide What is Right and Attest Ici. !

municate; What is Wrong?" Leader, Miss 1iult Clerk. W. and ALDEIWAN Auditor. 5-U.41-7-J

[Wake Up Your Liver Bile 19. Laying up for themselves a Turner.

good foundation against the time 8 p. m. Evening .worship, song NeTICIII OV SCHOOL 01111 BIDS

to come, that they may lay hold and sermon.

-Without CalomelI on eternal life. Prayer meeting Wednesday, at 8 bus Person routes wlsnlna In Bradford to bid county on scoot It

Prayer: Save us, 0 God, from the p. m. the term of 1911-81 will file thai.
bids with the Hoard of In.
A cordial Invitation to all Publlo
worship of riches. May we realize our tructlon
-- up to Monday Noun Junt
I YouU Jump Out of Bed II till*bD.I* sot fxmln tnelr,urn tootdoenl that happiness comes from a surrendered services extended to all. II,Did 1911.will b. let the following

-eat.It jmt tmj tt OW. kevela.Oaa life to thee, and from service Tu..".".

{h eMmnmgRarin.toGo Meat* q> jroof ....... YeN kara aObk. to our brother men. Help us to Key West Plans progressingfor Information concerning thee
.ka4 tart*aa4 yen knatk b tom tats hold steady to this vision. Amen. construction of local post office route fice. can be had at the above of-

Jf feel soar and rank and the cites enat mtt to "***....-. Yaw keal Remember the Sabbath Day, to building. A.. J. ORIrFIS

I smtnerrsi,don't w sat lot ......1Tmh.l In. ii-irn.TurrTli'i. Keep it Holy-Exodus 208.: Go to Clewlston Plans progressingfor t-3.Bt-t-l Huperlntend'entNOTICE
I< ...... oo l,1 v.ersptrr..f.bAa.Ds.gaeltYCAltTilt7LtT1'1. Church Sunday. reorganization of Southern
I "
jftiy o chewing com and cxpact ,>twISR Sugar Co, here.
Inn t make yon en I Bj bnoytnt and fiul el wnuhine. <* concerned and to the public g.n-
golbab..4aalalorolM"errtlpr. Deluxe Cafe to new and larger rally that four week after the daft
r. tht.: eant 40 tt. 'They /niyras" 1tb1 sotto aM.dba a..abSreltdros.A.YsmwM. 19 quarters. I of thus notice, or .. soon therafti
a* we be heard the under-
t sad m mm moTMnt *- .=......- All Are Invited-Come ye, and Mayo New sidewalk laid In elffned will may apply to the Honorable

doajnt |. lit tbsj -> 1m Iriwabieltrosasanrr. -. let us go up to the mountain of the front of Winburn Hardware A A. 7. Adkln.. Judge of the Twenty-
-'forJ'lll8'dAra' ad'...... ......uhf...1rhi .. .Iath l Judicial Circuit of Bradford
Lord to the house of the God of Furniture Company's ,. : "f7"0 .. County at Btarhe, Florida, for an
II jeer lwr. D sieodd ,........ ,. ..tars.raltrslrtl. .
uJ.eea Jacob; and he will teach us of his Leesburg -- Mrs. Florence Nelson ;.\ order authorising the adoption by u*
oIl1qq14 blJelDt07fJm'> ale Lee bier Pub ...d ...... .a.t.ttilMtla and we will walk In his opened music studio at 907' of Fred Jon.., Alias Fred " ,
ways, .L" : minor of three and one-halt year
I paths.-Isaiah 2: 3. Kalb street j4o.-- r- 1 of *"*.
-- : MRS. :J H, IUJTUER.: :
J. 13. BUTLER.

I I 'MAIN THING ON MAIN STREET" By L. F. Van Zelm .-5.5t-7.1.


Notice Is hereby given, that f
iluity' OM 8rN OIlHsnn assignee and., holder ef ti t
Ui!; of t00K Al / Alrust.
a TNIS / !A.tD.Nt.ITh: .fW..r.l. eel 4
,MAIN.. TQCET' FAC6 -: -- tlfloat In my office and made atplication
I MADE A for tax deed to Issue then
PICruRE; 9A9FR.I pcD ONH a' Z BBY on In accordance with law fiaiuoertlflrat i
embraces the following
I puTTit ICE described property situated In JJraJ-

I BOYS HAVEIMAGINATIOH o MuD ON Ti+EWtNDA = ford Commence county: at Florida Northwest, to-wltt corner of

Fet7 OI Northeast quarter of uthwat
quarter and run East I0-rods South
10 rod. West 10 rode North 39 rod.
.r to beclnnlnr, Section 1 Township T, b
South Kanaka 11 JtAat.-ll acree.
I THE MAIN STREETBCP3, The assessment of said' property
under the said certificate I Issued we
SHOWID Gar attrlcIcABitiN In the name of Elisabeth Olleson.Unlese .
said certificate shall be redeemed
Bt MA flN43 TACTS I according to law, tax deee
OUT OF EveCN COtlCtlVE- will Issue thereon on the Illta dar
Of June, A. D. Itll.
ABU OajECT'wj. 6USSIEcovln3icKLEti 1531.Dated this lard day of Mar A. D.

''fARJ. o. -AT.DlUnWAN'!
Clerk of ClrcHlt Court,
HOW MAMS FACE; CAN Bradford County, :Florida.
YOU FWD' e-lt-et-l-ll.
3 .,

l.fl.1 .-t NOTICB! 0. CUARDIAHNolle BALD
4 1* hereby given'that thirty

"""""" .. _.._ -. -- .. daye Itth after day date of hereof lt a l.on I the towillthe ndrln4 -.
'- Btr Charles McManus'HowoY a Willie Mae
DOROTHY DARNIT Hrown. Cordelia Brown and W. A.
Brown "Jr, Minor heir of W. A.Hrown .
r-- ... .in" -" f I deeeaeed,. will apply to the)
i lion. Oeo. A. Gardiner county Judge
I pTMOUCHT You MIGHT I- -'- O.Ho,4SPJTHC1. of Bradford County, Florida, for a-
I COME TO YOU IH CONTRI'UT, T0 order to aell at private sal the eat
oo OFI HAIR ARE You fourth undivided, Intereet each C
THE INTEREST WORLD 1 aid minor In and to the followln
\ LITTLE GIRl. -I THE CORN POOR .,- FUNOYORTHEM COMMA C RIr } described, land lying and betas I
Bradford County, Vlorlda, to-wltt
SUREt IT? The Weet-Twelve (U) Acre I
r I the North Half of the Southeast
YES 'SIR! WHAT blot) KIN 'TAI(E quarter of the Southwest quarter ofoollon C,
DoDo Twenty-three (U), Town
IS IT YOU off You WANT hip Six (CU. South of liana Twentytwo
WISH ? You ? YOU pat Kaat.
This, lUll day of May, 1111.
HERE. 1.151su.RATA GuardianNOTICB

or .I.AL nisciiAJten
Notice I. hereby .1"l ... that lly
r. day after date hereof on to-wll
the llnd day of July, l ll. I the nnderlened -'
administrator el the estateof
Stephen Vtfgft deceased, present '
my vouchers and final Iw accountto
th. Honorable leo. A. Gardiner '
M' county judge of Bradford County +
Florida and ask for hie' approval
and my dlecharffe a* such administrator. .
dI.1I _
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Thl dar of Vay.
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.-.-. seems to have died on the house effects of their dazed condition, the state might wen look into this Idiot Is a person on the

: Bradford County TelegraphEstablished calendar, after having been passed rather than allowed to endangerthe matter too. If a close check; were who does not stop wheVhT Itnet

I From Other PensThe I twice in the senate. Ratification lives of others In this day ot made and the law enforced, we dare yellow light In order to*..
1877 of that proposed amendment would heavy traffic.! -Lisbon Falls (Me.) start from the cross let **
there would be some additionaltax
only complicate 'the state's tax Enterprise. An Idiot is a person drfrL.J

Published Weekly on Fridays and Entered as Second Class new bridge Is ready for op problem.-Ocala -+r--- money coming In.-:Madison In front of you who does not ?
Trade 'at home campaigns are Enterprise-Recorder. a fast II1&q I
Matter at the Post Office at Starke Florida ening".-Starke Telegraph. Well We -o----- not necessary in those towns where --o-- light turns getaway no when the
matter :
E. S. Matthews ___-_____________ Owner and Publisher bid one spade.-New Port Richey with Starke's the"first new 5-cent bakery: loaf comes of bread out values secured for money spent ate Work Is progressing steadily on you sound your horn. An how idiot:
the of state road 49 from
Editor Press. equal to those to be secured else- grading also a person behind II
__ Managing sold here for moons.-StarkeTelegraph. you
J. C. Robinson M---------- -- -o-- many where.-Starke Telegraph. :Mean- :Macclenny to the State Farm. It slats on sounding his Who bI.
The horn
But it is there.
c Those Bradford county farmers Ing that trade at home to be effective will probably be a year or more he does not think SL-
SUBSCRIPTION RATE should feet much better with $500.. only 5-cent: loaf Bronson from has Tam-seen must start with the merchants before this road ts hardsurfaced,I a fast getaway. you are |I
thus far was brought In
i In Advance 000 of strawberry money in their themselves.-Bronson Journal. The or even ready for hard-surfacing, I An Idiot Is a
75c Payable and person
of merchants
Six Months by one who
pa our
$1.50 :
Yearly ; but that the work Is drlva
t pocket Evening home merchant must give his home we are glad his car near the center
: ' Advertising Rates on Application News exhibited as a curtoslty.BroIUlODJournaL people the same advantages they; really started anyway; after two: at about 20 miles an hour of the rat'

-----aCorn can obtain elsewhere in prices and years delay. Supt. Butch of the; an Idiot Is a person who A1Io
on the cob has started rollIng -0-i merchandise If he would) hold their. State Farm, has assured us tHat I l'IBk"of an accident 1'Una i lilt

r; According, to headlines Pensacola had a big feet. from Fort M ade.-Stark The Starke Telegraph suggeststhat patroxutge.. The :Macclenny m r-: he will expedite the work on this I the left of the whtte by I1h.XeH
Telegraph. And good things to with a thousand bills Introduced road in possible so thatit
oH chant is doing this and Is holding every way, fort to pass you when;.
iai 'the when there's hope of emptying hope eat are really here.--Bronson In the house there is now the home trade through local advertlslng. will be completed as soon aa It I Ing at the lawful.rate. yon are co- '
[ month Z4!
> This ;
; yF chests."I pUshed. :Maybe. faan extra session -- this road as an outlet connection ',Generally '' '
I speakIz i 4- .
0 ,An uncorking time, notes the probably if they really consider all Business conditions general; I from the State Farm with the exceptions.- X10
an Idiot'(U
4 Bradford County Telegraph (alter the bills Introduced before passingon northern and western. part of the aebodJ
would be better if Uncle Sam would who; drives a
of their ,car
still \
proud except
How .many spring gardeners are observation we suppose) Is usually; the ones,wltbx-merlt.. -Bronson quit putting the government Into I' state. The road will prove A good -<<>>--YOIU'ItL, !
product f followed by a corking good time.- Journal. business in competition with indlvlduala. thing for lots of people livingin
Sticking To It
-0highlands . ... Ocala Morning Banner. ----p. .-Starke Telegraph. Possibly southern Baker county and In Union Through ThIck- and'
-O-' --- Corking good times usually follow and possibly not. There are, and the other section south of ThinGainesville
( American says cosmetics not luxuries but Now if "Bill" Sl ands will just uncorking time.-Starke Tele- certain things which we all are' us who are'' now"using the road ( Dally Sun.)

necessities-to some girls. , get the contract let for the resurfacing graph. And headaches and nerv- glad to let the government do, but through Starke for connection with Any'newspaper in Florida that I
o r" of the Gainesville-Waldo,' ousneaa always follow both.- we feel so bad about It when the the state highway system. The has survived half a century of economic
road, we will have a very prosperous Gainesville News. But apparently government takes over some activity road will be the means of bringing : success and reverses, |Is en I
V If the state treasury is empty, it's in the same condition summer. Gainesville Eve its worth the price since so many which conflicts with our business lots of business to Macclenny. Business titled to special notice. The Brad.I

as the taxpayers' pocketbook.By Ding News. I are always ready for one of those It Is a real problem and i Is that has gone elsewhere on account ford.County Telegraph, owned bjl
"" --o-- uncorking parties.-Bronson JournaL controlled by more than just the of the bad road south of us. Goa* Matthews and edited by J(J
o Starke has a five-cent: loaf of contrarynesa of human nature.- We hope to see the grade finished Robinson .at Starke, the county
the way, worth-while revenues could be derived by bread, says the Telegraph. How Bronson anyway by the first of the year. seat. Is entitled to special recognj.

issuing liars license to fishermen. about a quart of strawberries for More can be accomplished by JournaL0. -- The hardaurface will come along tion because' R has actually com.
l" i a nickel T Inverness Chronicle. making life happier for the youngsters :Members of the Suwannee River later.-Macclenny Press. ,pleted fifty-four years of a useful\ I
o't --- --- How many T Bring your truck and than by criticising their every Press Association: who fall to show -- service to its community.

The counties to receive the most benefit from Florida'sracing load It.The action. Starke Telegraph. Which : up at the meeting in Starke next Not a Bad Rule Only the publishers know what

a, law will be those farthest away from where the races -o---- applies With equal force to the '.Friday night are going to miss a (Lake Wales Highlander.) Is Involved In conducting a success
; commissioners of Bradford grown-ups. No one likes to be treat if we are any good at guess Only one member of the legislature ful newspaper enterprise and to
are held. county are rightfully after those fussed at, but all love to do for ing. A telegram from Congress. didn't Introduce a bill. He Is have weathered the storms of adversity

it o I, taking turpentine from timber on those who seem pleased at results man Lex Green, who with Editor N. D. Walnwrlght of Bradford and for a period of flfty-four

Those who have had their cars parked for the last six land that has reverted to the state gotten.-Bronson Journal.) Robinson, Is engineering this meet- ; that ought to make a sufficient years Is noteworthy. This the

auto for half-price but shoe leather 'For delinquent taxes. Delray ing says he plans to invite all editors -'platform for him to seek re-elec Bradford County Telegraph hai
months can now get tags ,
Beach Hammer. It Is hard to beDev. there done and Is therefore
in the Second District, and we ; tion. We knew member of the open to the
ia still cheaper.The i nine thousand Pullman cars in this congratulations of the Fourth
,, n Just have an idea that the congressman Michigan legislature once, who Estate
p- "Noon" Wainwright. representative country each with a different name is going to try to go even bet- I was a valuable member in that he throughout Florida.In .

t Lake Wales News has completed its fifth year of from Bradford county has Introduced of the character ua1ly used.- ter the magnificent blow-out Elmer never voted for any bill during two the latest issue of the Tele
no bills In the legislaturethis Starke Telegraph. Not so hard. I entire sessions graph, there a
McCreary and Harry Brown gaveus I unless he knew ex- appears special contribution
publication, and if the next five years show a like growth it session, although he ia said to AU they have to do Is to pick up on Lake Alto last month.- actly what it was all about."Oi' entitled "Rambling Notee

,will be metropolitan in size. be on the job morning, "noon" and a string of letters, taking care :Madison enterprise-Recorder. Dad" Beeman didn't kid him- and Reminiscences," written by EB.

o night.-Times-Union, there are not too many vowels, self either. He took no one's word Lagergren, an old-timer at

Y' o and put 'em'on the new cars as :Members of the Suwannee River for the merit of the bill. If he got Starke. He goes back to the blrtl
r< If legislators received a big salary instead of just about Rumor has it that some mem- they come out.-Bronson Journal. Press Association and other editors time he studied It for himself and of the newspaper in 1877, tracing

rI4: enough to pay expenses, there might be some reason for a session bers of the Florida legislature drawa -0-- of the Second Congressional District being a man of average Intelligence through all the years that have

longer than sixty days. line on accepting Invitations to An enabling 'act. y the legisla- are in receipt of announce- he was generally able to gone into history since them, the
visit Chattahoochee.-Starke Telegraph ture is needed forr taxpayers.- ment from Editor Robinson of the form a reasonable conclusion. If he progress and the set-backs that
o Ever notice any squirrel Starke Telegraph. We believe that Bradford County Telegraph and couldn't satisfy himself he voted have been the lot of the resident
Eustis produced Florida's healthiest girl for 1929 and cages In the Tallahassee parka?- the fellow in need of an enabling Congressman R. A. Green that of Starke and of Bradford county.

gain for 1931. There must be something to the air in Eustis; Wewahltchka Breeze. act is the fellow who.grabs up a they will be royally entertained at no.If he dldh't get the time to study' Starke is in the center of the north
--- delinquent tax certificate after the bill then he voted Florida strawberry growing section
the congressman's cottage on no anyway,
else how could the champions sleep ten hours every night? It certainly would be fine for which he
,; the I finds that about three KIngsley Lake next Friday evening on the ground that nine times out ; that enterprise has supplied
little counties if the big: ones would years taxes on the property will be considerable cash
0 when the press association of ten he would be doing no harm. ready to those
If one believes in signs, there is plenty of excitement for pay all their it? running expenseswouldn't more than the property Is worth.- meets In regular monthly session On roll call after roll call he wouldbe engaged in berry growing; in addition .
Palmetto News Delray Beach Hammer. KIngsley Lake is one of the beauty the only man in the house vot- there ia more or less general
those who to dime for the privilege of being admitted There
care spend a would be no "big" counties, -0--- farming and trucking. Good roads
spots of Central Florida, Its watersare ing no. Of course the old man
into a pen of Florida rattlesnakes just north of town. financially, if it were not for the We elect men to represent us at crystal clear and the Congressman voted no on many good measures, have done much to develop the

o small feeder counties Tallahassee and then try to run and "Robb)'" have a reputa- but he was true to himself and to county, augmenting the already
"a-- the office for them.-Starke-Tele- tion for being the best of hosts.- the line of conduct he had mappedout. ample railway service which has
Before destroying seized liquors, custom officers advertise It seems a bit mean to the Highlander graph. Correct. i1l"he'greatest Gainesville Evening News. He voted yes on nothing unless been enjoyed many years.Investments

+ : for owners of the "merchandise" to come forward and to read In the Starke Telegraph curse today, In the state of Florida, =o---. he was convinced by his own

claim their property. Similar to putting cheese in a trap to Worth Herald that Lucille will Smith's Lake Is the system Ot.4Vny time a bill Echoes From the Past study that the bill merited his vote.Generally .
soon reach "the introduced anywhere; from one
;f feed mice. age 20th of discretion," having paaaects to: a dozen Immediately rush to Tal- The other(Perry day News.I found) a page -0-Speaking WorthInvestigating

o birthday.-Lake Wales lahassee and camp and fight for or from a diary dated Dec. 16, 1925. (Lisbon Falls (Me.) Enterprise

There are only two periods in a woman's life when a man Highlander. against the measures", as their re- It reads: An idiot !ia a person who walks

cannot understand her, says the Lisbon Falls (Me.) Enter' One editor----o--says he has to be hard pear spective.-Delray personal Beach interests:Hammer.may ap. 9 a. m.-Sold forty acres on river directly across the street as you
front for $98,000 which I bought approach In your car. An idiot la
,.. prise, and those two periods are before he marries her and af- boiled because he's in hot water yesterday for $12,000. also a person driving a car who
most of the time.-Starke Tele- Automobiles and should We have to offer subject prior
', gasoline
;ter marriage 11 a. m.-Took over six lots on bears down upon you when'you are
graph. Not the sale Bradford County General
only editor, but not be taxed for a tingle purpose
Ocean boulevard for 287000. walking across the street.
1 0 most of the rest of the businessmen other than Road Bonds. Bradford County
highway and mainten
4 p. m.-Sold the lots for J500: An idiot ia a'person who starts
g ,'' To offset loss in revenue some railroads are asking for are in hot water most of the ance. All the motorist Deeds now 000. I his car from a cross street on the School Bonds.

"t'; ''an increase In rates. The more railroads are allowed to time these days.-Bronson Journal Is a pair of horns to be the most 5 p. m.-Bought them back for I yoUow light when you are trying These Bonds offered at prices

perfect Imitation of a goat ever $800,000 to get through the main street be- far below their actual value for
the this will truck lines extend We elect
B charge quicker country see men to represent us at found In our legislative halls.
6 m. Sold them for the red light Also wonderful
p. again for appears. an Immediate sale, and a
t the length of, their routes. Tallahassee and then try to run the Bradford CountJI'la"" .) Telegraph 91,600,000.. investment for surplus funds.
;, office for them.-Starke Telegraph. Some of Maine's over politically
0i Yes, but we don't elect them to charged representatives will learn Day's profits, 999000. If interested fit buying Bonds,
i The ocean is no respecter of persons and will swallow represent ut.And then refrain from the truth of the above when the Cash received $11.13. or have acreage or timber for
Lindbergh::; as readily as anyone. Likewise a motor will run saying: something when they misrepresent gas tax referendum Is decided by' Can't Fool People FLORIDATHEATRE sale--Write

no longer for Lindbergh than it will for any other aviator, and ,0 ua.-Lake City Reporter.. the 'Voters.-LIabono Falls (:Me.) (Lake Wales Highlander.)
t i, h'e.will make one trip'too many for his own'good and that of A tax of ten cents a head on lls- o-_.. "No Institution can ,survive 64
eners-in years unless it is serving' a public GAINESVILLE FLA. Gilbert Sales &
world. on party lines would Senator of'
King Orlando
.11 ;the proposes need," says the editor of.the Starke e
brine in more revenue than the to .
smooth out the Inequall- '
'j tj** """""'"" Telegraph in making .known that Securities Co. Inc.
< i proposed telephone tax.-Starke ties of tax assessor's
rolls by making PRO. WEEK JUNE
< that paper has finished Its 54th 19th
Because a state road missed Gainesville RepresentativeBlack Telegraph. And would be acceptable them public. You can depend
year of service to the BrokenKISSIMMEE.
';In. of Alachua county, wanted the state road department's to everybody except the eaves- I I upon one taxpayer checking up his :, and started on the General

e ; ,hare of the gas tax cut to two cents. Representative Black ropper.--Bronson..-o-JournaL I other assessment by comparison with Very true, Indeed. The public TODAY FLA.
properties of like value, andhere'll
must have been, a county commissioner in the olden days when The Press Is proud of the record be less tax-dodging. cannot be fooled Into thinking that
an Institution Is worth while if it Janet Gayner
'r'tach I commissioner built most of the roads to run by. his house. and, the ability of our Congressman Starke Telegraph. A sensible sug- 1:1: not.. The Bradford County Tele- !
R. A. Green. Everywhere you gestion. But just Imagine the howl
graph has been worthwhile BaxterIn
', 0 go; you hear him spoken of in the when the assessor's lists come out always a
',.:J: It Is rather. debatable if the county'commissioners have highest terms and If he ever decid- In the paper! Wewahltchka. the institution and is today. Under OVER WOR! fD

I'Mthority'' to allow one class' of property- to be taken from state would ed to be try hard for to any beat.-Macclenny other office he Breeze.' for editorship many years of Eugene It has :Matthews beenan NERVESUP"1'O'

.tax lands and refuse! use of timber for other purposes. Rear Press. ---0 asset to Starke and to Bradford "Daddy Long Leg?
King of Orlando proposes -
': ,>;Boning along the same line, it is permissible to take gasoline ----o to smooth out the inequali- county. Added< Boy Friend Comedy

r' from the other fellow's motor car, but you can't steal his car. The big counties had their inningat ties to tax assessors rolls by makIng -; N. D. Walnwrlght of Starke, .
'I"' the session two years ago, butthat's them public. You can depend representative from Bradford SATURDAY"The -
I pvet :
, ancient history. Starke upon one taxpayer checking his I
up county, has made a'most wonderful
(\ Dixie county placed a closed! season on game in that Telegraph. Oh. I don't know-In assessment by comparison with record In the house this session.He Vice

J, county by legislative act. Another bill was then passed proPjyiding'that Palm Beach county we are still other properties of like value and has Introduced no bill whatever, Squad"With
notjxunt paying: !in 100 cents In gasoline tax there'll be less re&z' dodging. and devoted his time ,
J' hunters from closed counties could in any and getting back but 04 cents. Starke to voting
Telegraph. The of
light down hundreds
|f other county, with the, result that citizens of, Dixie county Delray Beach News. publicity la a greab equalizer and were Introduced by of more others ambitious which Paul Lukas, Kay

,. i M;:held a mass meeting and requested the governor to veto, the Bradford a we believe It will do more to equalize members. What a record. :Mr. Francis
county received considerable
1 Dixie tax assessments than all the Walnwrlght should be awarded the Lj
frfll.cToiin iJ county.I legislative honors this session. assessment
,,boards.; ,-' Macclenny highest honors of our great state,
'ry 11 ww Q. Senator Markley Johns was Press given every medal for all kinds ofdJat1n&'ufshecl Monday & Tuesday '
method ofhjtut nominated to serve as senate president 0 ,
about ,
Arcadia Arcadian, speaking the'present : service, and then
I 3.; for the 1933 session. ,
and Representative : The Herald extends its felicitations elected to run the legislatures of George Arliss
!; collectingays "If the straggler is allowed to settle at attiacounf News Wainwright to the Bradford
r CoIIDty-Telegraph the future. "Noon" was always a In
the man who has paid promptly is entitled to. a ref ., made) history by not introducing a at Starke on the celebration conservative feUow' anyway- but '' & sties Ia worlrr

,.Vaiw." When the time comes, if ever that tax-dodgers are single bill.-Tlmea-Unoln.=.. this week of Its fifty-fourth birth now he must throw away his cloakof "The Millionaire"With very aer** attts* tension
----o -- day. The Herald was feeling an conservatism. No wonder yea> map_at the wife
shown law makers and officials Flor The people>> wantto
| less consideration by'our Just TimesUnionthat grown-up because It has Just passed know him bettel'-Maccl8DD1': sad. berk at OM ebUdha.Waek .

p' I Wa's tax problem will be a l long way toward: solving.. fish liars do not have to wait Its twentieth milestone but the Evelyn. KnappWEDNESDAY . out! Ot'.W mPJ.:1Eeed ..-
0J for spring In Florida-Starke Telegraph Ls the real grandaddy of Press'p '.... 1IIaT'; IBM to ., Nsn''

c Telegraph. There are no fish liars Florida Weekly newspapers E. s.. Over In Bradford 'county the i
Legislators are, given a lot of assistance ((1)) in finding In Florida, for the blg'ns are really ffathhews ia owner and publisher commissioners voted the other. tarbA
sew' of This week merchants went before here the year 'round and are easily and J. C. Robinson day 1111-
;b sources revenue. Managing editor to allow those people who are operating 'The Maltese Falcon' : Dr.
all their customers aught, so why lie T-New Port of the Bradford county for Effervescent KeniM Tablets
|;)(committees: saying a sales tax would send paper turpentine' state tax WithRicardo ot
Riche, ,Press that has served its county and lands to continue-said operations Just one In a half class
JK'to 1 Georgia; turpentine men protesting a tax on their products ----- tate for so many, years.-Lake for one month and then to stop Cortez water make a .anso sparK'

:;;said it would result in their business being shot to a still The Florida taxation and finance Worth Herald.,. them and to stop tie and timber Bebe Daniels lIne drink 'l.Ug *
committee of the state senate to over-taxed nerve*.
::1'warmer region than Georgia. About the only tax-paying yesterday, and the chairman met '" O' operators on state tax lands at Added Aesop Fable Cartoon Dr. MOe** Nervine l* **
reports More ..
once. They should
all be JUqnU.and
increased tax stoppedat made In two forms--
not lobbying vigorously against a new or that all horse
group play la now off A car driven by full of hare
a man liquor once, until they paid up the back Effervescent Tablet, Both
,|'*3a the automobile owners, and they are already paying in more and work of the legislature that la more dangerous than a truckload taxes and really are subject to pro- Thursday & Friday the same soothing effect.

::than; half the revenue the state receives. A s Governor Carl. should have started seventy days of booze handled from necessity secution. Certainly when taxes are I1JKI at your dreg store
ago, Is now under way.Let us pray. by a sober driver. Bradford 'The '
I ton advised the legislators if expect, accomplish anything paid the people of the state Primrose Path? , ',
i ,?, they tq -Perry Herald. And then pay. County (Fla.) Telegraph. then have an Interest In the said "

:. ,1, they must take the bull by the" horn, disregard efforts o Not only In Florida but In Maine land and working turpentine 'or WITH A STAB-CAST R Pix."l'ct' )< nt:

,it trot, lobbyists and groups hounding them and proceed to levy The Hodges resolution calling: : for this applies with equal force. There cutting.timber ands to taking .. ....NNNO,
a constitutional amendment to exempt are many at the wheels of autos, for private use property belonging CrV NER\iINE

*'..-.what. taxes they think best. homesteads from. taxation who should be "sleeping; off" the to the public. Other counties in 10c & 50cf'I ' <;

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