Group 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 26, 1931
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subject: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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LII1E FfiI'TY-FOU 8TARKE. FLOIUDA": FRIDAY; ,JUNE ''Ie. 1981 NUMBER TWO



iiwannee River GETS ROAD ACTIONON SURFACINGMaterials GOVERNOR PLEADS FOR ACTIONAT Defeats ttarke Beck Scores Over Ithe Knockout In Fifth Federal Laws On




Press Meets ,At road county 13 line from at for Lawtey Highland resurfacing to are the being state Clay JOINT LEGISLATIVE SESSION Crescent City 4-1 boxing The main card bout-ended of last In Thursday's the fifth Shipping Black

round when Tom (Kid) Beck 132
placed this week and the road section -
Lawtey scored a knockout over
,
Kiimsley! Lake will be given Its new dressing Warns That 19 3-4 Mill Levy May sources. The local ball team Journeyed to Howard labs 131 Jacksonville. Bass Are Strict
of and the
asphalt slag as soon as
Be Necessary for Revenue; The governor began his address Crescent City last Thursday afternoon Both fighters were slow to start as
remainder of the material Is placed Mathews at 3:20: and concluded minutes
Alleges State twenty each had respect for the hitting
This work has been needed for a return with the ball club -
River Press .A. so- ExtravaganceTallahassee later. of that place and came out on the power of the other and the first Hook and Une Fishermen Asked
for several months but not
Suwannee evening at was The members 'of the senate retired long end of a ".1 to count behind three rounds was spent mostly Infeelln& to Cooperate In Their
Friday
held Included in the 1931 buget and the June
from the PresidentPat
was chamber
the other.
don 23. out However EnforcementEveryone
-Laying the supberb hurling of "Parson"
L gummer home on Klngsleyike department stated It could not be the responsibility for any ember Whitaker turning the gavel Ferryman. He was aided greatlyby after the third round, both boys

of Congressman R. A. Green taken up until next year. rassment directly upon the mem- back to Spearker.E. Clay Lewis. his battery mate Joe Douglas began opening up but Beck who Interested In the protection 9

and J. C. Robinson maning Mr. L. H. Hill of Lawtey took. bers of 1931 legislature, Cov. DoyleE. House roll was called and things who caught a fine game besides seemed the faster on his feet received of the black bass should

ith he editor of Bradford County :ihe matter up with Representative Carlton addressed a Joint session had apparently aetUed down into getting two of the eight hits gathered little punishment and began familiarize himself with the provisions "
Wainwright recently in an effort of the the routine again when the. pointsof opening up. In the fifth he started V
as hosts. assembly this afternoonand by the locals off the delivery of the recently enacted federal
leeraph and boat rides were to get the needed work warned that as a result of the personal privileges began to pop of Wooten the Crescent City pitch. a two-fisted attack that put his black bass law as It Is applicable

Swimming followed by a delicious through and In an Interview with present situation a levy of 19 3-" right and left.Mathews. er. Redgraves and Moore were also man away.In to both anglers and commercial

joyed( prepared and servedpoor Chairman Bentley Mr. Wainwright mills for state purposes would be Attacks t peech credited with being among the hitting the semi-final Roy Reynolds, fishermen according to offclala !-,
ia supper succeeded in getting a promise Rep. John E. Mathews, of Duval the hard-hitting southpaw from
Maceo Hicks and For- necessary stars along with Douglas each of the American Game Association.
; by of Waldo. from the road department that the "Gentlemen we have reached the was the first to take the floor. He getting two singles. All hits Graham, knocked out Battling Os- .
st Johnson work, would be started within two declared In part: "For the statements cor of Jacksonville In the second '
the business session theUdent time when we have to face the got during the game were singles Briefly the law prohibits transportation -
During to four weeks as an emergency I have made I offer no apol.. round..,Reynolds weighed 122 and
T. Curry Merchant, ediL facts the chief executive declared with the exception of a double by of large mouth and small
Enterprise-Recorder oflIOn measure. Bids were Immediately "you are the ones to determinethe ogles (referring to his references Hornby of Crescent City. Moore Oiicov, 128. mouth' black bass from one state ?

of the presided opening the called for on materials needed and amount of millage." Later he ye.terdayand today during previous and Jones in the ,outfield played In the first perliminary; Kid ; to another that have been caught, b .

\ ,with an address of wel- with the completion of this section asserted his doubt as to whetheror discussions that $30,000.000 good ball, 'aa did second baseman Thompson 133 Green Cove .sold or transported contrary: to exIsting -\
g t all of road 13 traversing Bradford In revenue had been provided for). Springs knocked out Dick Dlnklns state law in other
P- Helfensten of Live not a levy of 19 3-4 mills wouldbe Wall and first baseman Rlcken- ; words a
ane. c. of matters concerning county will again be in good con sufficient to meet the needs of I call as my witnesses the silent baker of Starke. 139, of Lawtey In the second violation of the federal law is predicated '
ik spoke dition. of the and the round. Allan Nolan 146, Lawtey
reports comptroller
!
He also urg- the state. Perryman besides allowing the on a violation of state law;
legislature. . .
ie state 1 treasurer which conceal the.pos and Battling Davis 145 Sampson then the fish must be taken out of
newspaper men to get bet- "The welfare of the state is at Crescent City team 3 hits struck
the sible revenues and to' ,the laws City fought a four round draw.
with farmers there- stake now and you will write your out 9 of them and Issuing no baseson the state where the state violation i
r acquainted which have been passed which can Cleon Wooten, 64, Lawtey won areferee's
'becoming more closely connect- County Schools verdict within the next two daysas balls. The local club ia beginning occurred.
not speak themselves but can decision over Pink Davis,
with them. to whether or not the people to click now and the fans who I One of the Important feature
others making short and will be rewarded as to their hopeof be read and understood. The moreI witness the coming games can be 75 of Sampson City. of the law la that section which requires -

terestlng Among speeches were H. C. 6th what would happen In the session see of the government and the assured of some first. class base any package or containercontaining '

ail of Starke Leslie George of Open July ," he said "The duty upon us executive department the more I balk SWIMMING! TRIP PROVES such black basil.t1'&l1ll- }
understand old Drew the
why man ( interstate shall be
Mrs Harry Brown whopresented is clear he said. "The duty unes- FATAL ported clearly
trry, her husband Harryof capable. We must produce new former state tax equalizer) published Starke AB R H A 0 and conspicuously marked on the
Eleven schools will open their in his pamphlets that the B 1 2 3 10 outside with the name "Black
of the Gainesville Dally sources of revenue to meet the requirements Douglas c Stephens Boy Drowned Near Per
Caldwell of the Jasper 1931-32 terms on Monday July 6th and at the same time purposes of the officials were to get Jones cf 4 1 1 0 2 ry Burled In This County Bass," and accurate statement of 'i
D, Ben to Grlf- new revenues and continue to cry number of bass and
Childs of Bronson and according Superintendent relieve the ad valorem taxes. We Wall 2b 40013 the contained
w, Roy Green fill who furnished the following list will have to meet these burdens deficits" and the need of additional Moore If 4 2 2 0 2Rickenbaker. Perry June 23.William Larson the names and addresses of the r'

Mgressman 3. C. Robinson assisted Mr. and teachers for the next term. which are pressing us to the earthat funds. Ib 4011 8 12 and Jensen Stephens 9, shipper and consignee. An Important
Mrs. and Congressman Green This group of schools Include all this time." "I demand nothing except a little Burney, 3b 4001 1 of Foley. were drowned yesterday section Is that relating to the
obtaBon schools within the county exceptthe bit of fidelity on the part of rf 4020 1 seizure of black bass transported
after the pleasure of He mentioned the extra gasoline Regrave while bathing In a canal near Fo ,
\looking as did Mr. Green'sr high school at Starke. At a tax and the kerosene tax calling state officials a,little bit of truth. Smith ss 2000 0 ley. The Stephens lad stepped In In violation of the law; fish illeg-
elf guests of the school board held fulness In the reports of those officials 2000 1 ally transported Interstate be
Mrs. R. S. Johns of Lake meeting them emergency measures and Winters ss a hole while wading and being unable -I may
and Mrs. R. F. Demo- Tuesday provision was made for said: "This is an emergency hour he asserted in accepting Ferryman p 4000 1 to swim called for help. Young seized by any authorized employeeof
utter, Mr. Lena Belle Shepard. transporting pupils to the various and we will meet the problemnow. he stated the "challenge of the Totals 37 4 8 6 27 Larsen swam to his rescue but In I the department of commerce or
it and Miss schools and contracts awarded to governor as to selfishness." I. U. S. marshal which are forfeited
were: Leslie He went on to say "condi a futile attempt to save his friend
Guests registered Croft Perry; C. drivers for The eight months term. tions will compel that we meet He went on to say that "this Crescent City AB R H A OKlnard both boys were drowned. \Upon conviction, or if the U. SS.

ecrge,, Preston and wife Live Oak; Theressa-Mrs.- Floy, Sullivan, again and do what we have failed same chief executive early in the ss 4 0 0 2 1 The bodies were soon recovered. Judge believes a violation occurred.
Helfenateln teacher. to do heretofore." He said that regular session from that same Davidson 3b 41000 and medical aid was summonedbut :The V S. Bureau of Fisheries

tn Caldwell, Dana Jones Mrs.Jasper H.; Hampton-L. H.' Futch Mrs. L. "these two houses are able to pull rostrum, plagiarized what I'd said Hornsby 2b 4 0 1 0 1 efforts to resusclate them were the direct government agency

.w. McCreary and wife H. Fetch Miss Reba Maxwell Mrs. themselves together" and "if the over the state for the last two I Warner Ib 4 0 0 1 10 of no avail. charged with the enforcement of

UcCreary, Mrs.Irene A. M. Edwards Edwards Wilson. new sources of revenue do not meet years," referring to his finance and Bikes rf 40000 Young Larsen whose body was the federal black bass law declares -

lory Edwards GalnesiBc Lawtey-M. L. Beacom, Mrs. L. your will for God's sake provide taxation program. He then quoted Wooten p 4 0 1 1 0 shipped to Iowa for Interment was It Is not Intended to prose-,

tn Harry Brown D. Blackburn Miss Ruby Mae Pop- ones that do." figures as to what amounts had Reeder if 4 0 1 0 1 a son of Mr.and Mrs L..J, Lar cute persons who are unfamiliar,
Mrs. Mae "
; Roy Childs, pell. Mrs. G. A..Anderson :Mrs. L. I "Any embarrassments which' been raised by.tha present legislative Frank cf 20000 with the law at this time for trivial

ktUiura, Mra.,Adye Smith MiD H. Hill. Mrs. J. T. Moore Mrs. H. may arise from this day on will be session and what amounts Stockton cf 10000 sen.The little Stephens boy, who was Infractions, but it solicits the

ijw,, Bronson; T. C. Merchant :M. Snyder Mrs. Beacom and one yours and not mine" he declared."I would come in under existing laws xCaah. cf 1 0 0 0 0 buried near Starke was a son of hearty cooperation of the hook and

tojattt Merchant Madison Mrs. to be supplied. wish to God we could lift our and estimated that "more than Totals 39 1 3 4 27 Mr. and Mra. J. L. Stephens. line fisherman in upholding the

W L. Morrow Jacksonville; Woodlawn-Melvin Futch, Miss selves up to the level of patriotism $30,000,000 has been raised." I xBatted for Wooten In 9th. Both families reside at Foley. law which was passed and la being:
too Hicks and wife. Forrest At that point Rep. Peter Toma- .
Eunice Whitehead. 'and think of the state first,'' he Starke 01000003 . enforced for their direct benefit
ton,Waldo; Mayor H. C. Wall Vanderbilt Arthur McRae, emphasized as he continued.As sellcv Jr., of Okeechobee tried to Crescent C. 000001000-i Copies of the law may be obtained

id wife, Mrs. E. S. Matthews Miss Rachel SUcox. he concluded,, he warned that raise a point of order that the Errors: Douglas Burney Moore !MRS. ANNA MURRIIEE from the U. S. Bureau of Fisheries,

IN Florence Matthews Eugene Graham-Clifton Brown Miss "It' has got to be done" mention.! time had expired for Mr. Mathews'point Smith 2, Kinard 3, Davidson 4. Mc- Washington D. C.
Utthews, J. C. Robinson and wife or order but Speaker Lewis Mrs. Anna Murrhee after a lingering Pennsylvania has recently Joinedthe
I r. Demorest and wife G.'Kirk MatUeNorman. ing "the next three days the next ruled that several minutes remain Grady. Illness died Thundaymorl1ln&
list of states
the-
New River-W. S. Slbtey Miss three weeks or the next three 2 base hits: Horaby. prohibiting r
* J. M Davis Lena Belle LillIe McRae.: ed. Mr. Mathews then declared "I Double play: Hornsby to War the 18th of June at her shipment of black bass into their
lard Starke; :Mrs. R. S. Johns months. know you don't want to hear It- Douglas to home on South Thompson street. states.
Hellbronn Mrs. E. B. Hart ner Wooten to Warner
The governor's address broughta
Butler. I'm not surprised""It The funeral was held Fridaymornln& ._. e
Miss Lois Rlckenbaker to Wall.
Miss Edna Strickland fan-fare of personal privilege remarks at the residence and the
Members voted to hold a session would take an accountant a
Colley :Miss Lena Belle Shepard.RisingMrs. In the house the heat of debate Bases on balls oft Perryman 0, INSTALLING
ly 17 at Hillman Bridge on theIwannee lawyer and a layman to find out service was conducted by Rev. O. SOUND EQUIPMENT
1.
Wooten
Knowlea I
: Agnes causing the greatest tensenessof P. Raymond and Rev. L. O. Hem
River west of Live Oak. what this government Is all about Sacrifice hits: Hornsby Warner.
e . .. Miss Pearl Johnson.i iBoatdrain the extraordinary legislaturescenes. Mr. Mathews continued chargingthat ingway. Mrs. Murrhee was the -
Mrs. Blanche Ed A crowded gallery heard "if we need 19 3-" mills more Struck out by Perryman 9, by daughter of Gabriel and Jane Jau- Mra. Maddox of Archer ownerof

W GROCERY STORK wards. the governor's remarks and later is reek- Wooten 8.Umpires. '. don was born in Jacksonville and the Gaiety Theatre writes that
I the state government
OPENS SATURDAY i Brooker A. M. Maxwell Miss as the house debate waxed warm say with extravagance." Emerson and Montleth., In her childhood moved with her Western Electric sound equipmenthas

Edna Stansbury Miss Willie Mae. the news spread about'the capitol Ing He declared "I say advisedlythat Scorer Doyle. parents to Bradford county. She been purchased for installing In

Under the name of Bradford Hinson, G. E. McGauley Miss Leo- and the galleries were refilled for all the state owes is not the was a member of the New River the local theatre and she expectsto

wary Big Grocery Starke's la Fogg. the remainder of the hectic session. old debt but is a new debt contracted REPORT FOR STARKE Baptist Church; a devoted wife and have It In readiness for openingon

wwert grocery and market opens "You do not know the reluctancewith by this administration." At WELFARE ASSOCIATION mother and quietly did many good Friday July 3rd. 101.... Maddox

wnorrow in the building formerly MOSQUITOES AT LAKE which I come before you that time a point of order was call deeds at home and for the underprivileged also states contracts have been

*pled by Hull's Store. Adver- again" the governor stated at the ed on Mr. Mathews and sustained Amount on hand April 1, $28.22; In her community. She signed for Paramount's latest and '"

u >g matter announcing their The unusually number of outset of his message "A keen over a protest from the Duval legislator paid out during April for groceriesand was the mother of four children best features and the programs)

jenlng has been distributed and mosquitoes to be found at Kings- sense of duty to myself, to you and by Speaker Lewis."I medicine for three families two of whom survive her also the will be kept up to a high standard
elr advertisement of week-end of the state impels children of four children. .
ley Lake this summer caused a to the people disclaim any responsibility un- $19.25; shoes and hose for grandmother
P claIs in groceries ia carried in representative from the state this action on my part." der which I am sought to be placedby sent to Children's home $3.02; dues Mrs. Murrhee leaves to mourn AUTO CRASHES WINDOW

Issue. The building has been board of health to make a tour of "I hope we can avoid another extraordinary such a charge" Rep. J. Tom for two new members $2.00; do- her loss the following near rela. -

"Wnted inside and out new shelve investigation of the resort last session which he said Watson of Hillaborough declared In nations $1.00; Easter offering, tires: Two sons, W. O. Murrhee of A Chevrolet sedan ran wild on

e and fixtures installed and big week. This lake has been remarkably !"would be a tragedy to the peopleof beginning a heated personal privIlege $21.11; balance on hand May 1, Plant City Arthur Murrhee of the corner of Call and Walnut a
f* ,of fresh groceries and meats to the state."" He went on to say $28.03 Starke; three half brothers D. W.
owing before
free of the pests point. streets Saturday afternoon and -
* readiness for their customers. lack of breeding places, in the past "I hope to see enacted that whichis "UnUI there comes into the of- Paid out during May for grocer- Kelley of New River. Joe and Rob Its uncontrolled.Journey was

we store will be under the man- and residents were seeking the rea necessary if the financial structure fice of the chief executive one who lea for three people. $".66; donations Kelly of Birmingham Ala. halted crashed two plate glaaa

nest of Mr. Geo. A. ,Tayior ofaesvme It only required a short while of the state !Is preserved. has sufficient constructive thoughtto $5.00; balance June 1, $23.40; The Interment was at New River windows In Corpenlng'a Drug
'
* and he will' have son. Mention Work Done June for groceries cemetery with DeWitt C. Jones
aa anWant for the health man to discover be able to deal with the tax program paid out during Store. The car was parked near
,. Mr. C.' D. Brooman also of discarded tin cans in the "I am here to present a few other than along the sur- for three families $8.70; receipts mortician In charge. The following the Rex Jewelry Store when the #
heaps westside facts which I hope will help: to lift the courseof $1.00 tor' dues; balance on hand were pallbearers: Messrs, J. M.
than
wooded sections "around the face; other along owner, H. C. Lookabaugh of Jacksonville
> the fog and confusion which seemsto : Watson June 23 $20.70. Mitchell C. A. Knight J. M. Alvarez
of the lake and to show observers least resistance, Mr. locked his starter. Leaving
be jeopardizing a sane program The Welfare organization will J. W. Andrews. Jr., J. Jr.Klck11ter. ,
MISSIONARY the number 'of "wlggle- declared, "I do not think failure to his Ignition switch on he rock
A VISITOR and the progress of this state" he is the kind of hold a* meeting at St. Marks rectory Sr, and W J. Epperson.LIGHTNING .
tall," therein, almost ready to take follow the program ed the car In .gear and when thqengine
what the at 3 .
He of afternoon m i
\ **,. W. J. Callahan, of Matsuya- wing and make life miserable to announced. spoke conduct wtoich/is wrong, mistaken Tuesday ..p started the car Jumped for
had .mentioning "
.Japan, was a guest of his cousJ the human race.According legislature done allocation action or can be'takeanC'lO: demnatlon. y BLASTS FLAG ward partly made the turn Into
Mr<< a J. M. Alvarez, Monday andY to his statement there specifically the gas of the He said he conld ,"not condone WOODMEN CIRCLE MEETS P01.11During Walnut street and crashed the

rOZr of lhla' week; leaving is only one reason why mosquitoeswill and the taking care the expenditures millions for store front after climbing( I the -'

May morning for points south. be found at the lake and that I schools"Some. highways, when every other sphereof The Woodmen hall of Starke was the thunderstorm last curbing and neatly avoiding all
<< seem to have the opinoln and business life la Thursday afternoon lightning Several .
Mr. obstructions.
Callahan and hJa;estimable ia failure on the part of summer had government very pretty Tuesday night when other pedeatralna
Ite are IDlleJ.0narles. to Japan. residents to dispose of their.refuse that the ad valorem taxes suffering and groaning because wehaven't the members of Grove No. 278 held struck the flagpole on the armory had a narrow escape. The s

wnp> Southern Methodist. Mls2tn(1 in such manner as to prevent mosquitoes -I been lifted, and I wish to present got the wherewithal to buy their last meeting for June. roof splintering it to fragments car was not damaged.

; ( are on furlough until Au- breeding. Any kind of receptacle these figures so that no one can to the necessities of life." Promptly at eight o'clock the attendant and scattering it over the block. The damage to the drug storefront

"" when they return to to holding water for a few say they'were misinformed-as "If that's economy; if that's was asked to invite in our A heavy rainfall accompanied the was repaired Tuesday by Mr.
; Japan the facts" he said He then quoted if that's being governor storm which lasted for more than windows
hide their work there. will breed a host of the pests statesmanship; most honored guest from Dotban Lookabaugb new being
kr'.Callahan has' finished. days this can be prevented by puncturing from statistics furnished him in a of a tax ridden state then Grove No. 63. Dothan. Ala. He an hour flooding the streets and brought( out from Jacksonville.
" ;Just I and letter, as of today by Comptroller from such" he making miniature rivers out of .
fOUl year jj, the m1aaIoD 4,4 the tins ,to alow rain water God deliver me was escorted to the altar and introduced
be retired Ernest Amos. The letter placedthe shouted.He in due form. During the portions of Tenth and Temple. No TAKES OVER M-C GROCERY
.., ta probably'tlva to drain out. amount necessary to be pro- walk back to bisseat done to the
., Their work' I turned to short business session It waa voted damage was armory -
Uc field la In the evan- GETS MAN vided for at $7,431,214.23 taking but Mr. Mathews queried: that a telegram be sent to our building by the bolt. C. H. Naaworthy of Jacksonville

they outstanding. For: .JOHNSON Into consideration, existing revenue "Don't you think it would have state manager, Miss Crump to be i has purchased the M-C Store from I.
were
-. foreign among the best -last week's issue laws and measures passed by the been more manly for him to stay read at our National Convention | PREVATT IN HOSPITAL the Plggly-Wlggly interests of h
their activities educators in Japan, In the article in arrest of Truby regular and first special 1931 ... in here and listen to the discussion In Buffalo N. Y., June 23th.: also Gainesville and will take over the
for many years telling'ot the As he concluded his reviewof Mr. Watson ia In the Gill hos Mr. Naawor i'
have been auto our slons. of this subject that members of Starke Grove put Ossle Prevatt management today.
*tu work. con ned to ..,an. Robinson for theft of an the the comptroller's figures the paused a moment made a remark on memorial and unveiling in pital with a bullet wound in his thy will operate the store under
Mr. in stating
e I'lOrlda: Callahan la look- Informant was wrong Alvarez.'. governor asserted "If you question that caused considerable: laughterand Gainesville Sunday June 23, In shoulder received early Sunday afternoon the name of Tip Top Grocery and

I4te T'r Which for a suitable arrest was made by Chief Hamptonby these figures' go to the comptroller's then: replied f'When leader. honor of one of our deceaaed sov }, In an altercation with Everett states he will give the buying publics

went to locate upon hla Robinson was detained In and held offices and examine the books ship la what the state Is crying for ereigns. The members of Starke Crews on the highway near of the county the benefit of his

II1Presaees and as he is favorably Deputy Frank Johnson Alvarez for yourselves". and leadership is what A3 men are Grove also voted that Instead of Lawtey. Crews told officers that years In the grocery business, as

\\111 he In au by Florida and Its fu- until the arrival of Starke.Mr. He warned that a mill at. this seeking for aa orator is a poor ex two meetings each month, during 'Prevatt attacked him and that he reflected in the quality of gooda Sand

probability will locateWSO who brought him to time will probably not bring "more cuse." the summer months there wouldbe emptied his pistol at him all shots prices the store will maintain. fcl

Starke.Florida. Mr. Callahan THANKSWe than $400,000 and we will be compelled When Mr. Watson had concluded only one, next meeting to be going wild except, the last. Fre- Mr. and Mrs. Nasworthy will ,
life on and delivered a few CARD! OF to levy a state mlllage of Rep. 8. P. Robineau, of Dade July 26th. vatt's story ia that Crews called make Starke their home '

t Uy Japan, and win be Ple.. friendsfor 19 3-4 mills with conditions. they took the floor to declare "I knowno Our guardian then called on the him out to bis car and after a few .

remembered ** thOM who, wish to thank our and the are" and asked, 'Does that sound place UK which: his compasspoints guest and other members of the words pulled a pistol and shot him Fort Myera "Tropical New ,
extended
upon that occasion. the sympathy ad valorem tax has the warrant and "The Press" two local papers u
CauahaQ sent at as if the state referring to governor order to give talks to which each without provocation. No .
1 him to did not accomt beautiful floral offerings been wiped out T" He then proceeded and went on to say "I declare the responded after which a social had been issued for Crews up to merged. under name of .N...*
1'l0rlda. but remained the time of our sorrow. Into his discussion of the necessity all Wednesday afternoon. Press
hula' where they are melc W. G. Murrhee. A. F. Murrhee for the finding of new revenue (Concluded: on. pace 4.) hour was enjoyed by present I 14

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E |. TWO BRADFORD COUNT" TBXJCGBAMI STABKB.I FIOBIDA FRIDAY, dC1Vg m


levying of an additional two cents

per gallon excise tax upon gaso--

. I' ( NewsThe l line. ,
Legislative ,, > ,\ .d"n': .\ /it, ,.
,,. I. ;tI" ..I,'
,
After meeting with considerable ;".,;'" l.if.:'

opposition the Keen tangible and ,:. :>t.. '
Florida house Friday divided meat bead. Intangible personal property taxation r. ", -'. ..... .. ,

bill to I measure was passed by the ,
Its efforts between passing a
"
The much considered two-cent house late Tuesday. The final roll .
stores and mercantile
tax chain emergency excise gasoline tax to call brought out a vote of t b6 to Si
Blocks and a floor fight that led to for the bill,, which was sponsoredby
be levied In addition to the present
defeat of a resolution seeking Information Rep. J. V. Keen of Sarasota.The .
.' six-cent tax, was passed by the 1f f
on the number of legla provisions of the measlll'e.whIch .

lators holding positions with execu senate of the Florida legislatureby differ In that money Is def. ..' ,

live or Judicial branches of the a vote of 20 to 17 after two initely classed as an Intangible and ,
state government. The chain store hours of discussion Monday. The as to the tangible property references ,' ,/ f d"' r. ',
'
tax bill adopted 67 to 8, will bringan bill, killed Saturday by a vote of from the senate measure, approved ;', *; x ,

approximate revenue of $ OO.- 16 to 15 and reviewed by the passage last week in that body ft '

000, or nearly the equivalent of one I of a motion to .reconsider was enacted into law would bring Into = T HE NEW FORD

mill of ad valorem tax. into the brought up early during the morning the state treasury approximately 5 ,

r state's general fund, proponents session today as unfinished 8200,000 a year Mr. Keen estimated "
c estimated. business. The measure turns the '
"
ul" ; revenues from the two cents tax ,." .'
The house refused to recede, as on gasoline into the general revenue The gross retail sale tax Issue ."U't. >
.
*' ,3 requested by the senate from an fund of the state. came squarely before tha Florida . '1.'

bIk amendment to the utilities tax bill legislature Tuesday when the senate

providing that the $1.CO tax for After July 1 funds from Flor finance and taxation committee I4FANDARD'SEDAN

f: each |100 gross receipts should not ida's six cents tax on gasoline will i reported favorably the bill by ;

I be passed on to consumers of electric ) be distributed differently when the Sen. A. W. Young, Vero Beach, .

gas telegraph and telephone revenue reaches Tallahassee. Money proposing a general two per cent ". ',, .
utilities.I from three cents of the tax will retail sales tax. The report of the '. .n,,..="-' : ,
go to the state road department, committee, which places the sales "Jtr;; 1.t

Senate amendments to the house Money from the other three cents tax bill on the senate calendar, .:/" .

bill raising motor vehicle license will go to the state's 67 counties was the feature of a day in the ,

r fees on an average of 83 per cent The revenue to counties will be di senate during which the upper legslative "

were accepted by the house, and vided. follows: One cent revenueon branch worked on the bill Z :.
a the bill sent to the engrossing room a basis of area one cent on a slashing salaries of state officials ;: r.';' :'

In preparation to Its being sent to basis of population and one cent preparatory to passing the genera << :t/"k.If' .. .'
---i
the governor for his approval. Rev on a basis of constructed road appropriations The sales tax \ .'r' '0)." -

,: nua from the measure, estimated mileage. The new allocation plan, bIll, which proposes collection of ".. .
at $6.000,000 annually would go to' sponsored by Governor Carlton and the tax through a coupon book :', '.f

the state school fund. One of the I finally. passed by the legislatureafter system, hit the senate calendar '. II

i, Amendments raised the fee for tag,, filibusters, deadlocks and delays with only two days of the extraordinary .ti 1IJA' "

agents to 60 cents for each tag'' became law Monday with the session remaining., The .'" ",.

Instead of 25 cents as provided. chief executive's signature. Sena- senate today joined the house) of &

tore and representatives who representatives in fixing the hour

The appropriations committee fought' the plan on"the floors of of adjojurnment of the. 1931. ex- rv
,1 ,
I J Introduced a bill calling for reductions the two houses predicted that the traordlnary session at noon Thurs- ': '
ranging as high as 20 and 25 allocation would be taken before day by adopting the house resolution '. t,! '1,.

per cent in salaries of major state the supreme court for a test of Its calling for adjournment of the .: "
.
e officials. It was made special order constitutionality. session sine die at thathour. Litla w .
.c j for tomorrow but Senator .
hops was seen by the senate or 1"
Ray Neel. committee chairman Two bills with reference to funds house late today for completion of t
said it "might not be called.: Previously whIch may go to the several counties ,
legislative business with
prior to adjournment beautiful five-passenger car wider
_ __ the senate cleared from its of the state from the state v longer, body, andatictive

cluttered special session calendar racing commission were passed to- .

bill providing for relocation of night. One of them, sponsored by comfortable interior.. The windshield made
is
gasoline tax revenue. It concurred ,Rep. Joe Peeples of Glades would PLENTY TO EAT slanting of

In house amendments to the give all of the funds to Glades, .,>
I administration sponsored distribution I county from the commission to -
Only a few make Triplex safety plate glass. You can now have the Ford delivered
,n"" bin passed earlier by the sen that 'county's board of public instruction very people ever new
no matter In what line) of '
ate. Senator Bradshaw Jennings, for the clearing of debts money ' *
cast the only dissenting vote. made prior to June 1, 1931. The work they are engaged. The vast
AY : with in all windows ''
and
-- other bill sponsored by Rep. T. C. majority of us do well to make a safety glass 'doors at slight additional cost.
.
living and consider ourselves fortunate
A tax of five cents a gallon on I Douglas, of Putnam, would divide

I kerosene of to state provide Confederate funds for payments pensions . ''I Putnam he funds county from the equally commission betweenthe to with a if good our efforts living.are But rewarded,every The price of the new Ford Standard Sedan is $590, f. o. b. Detroit.

Southern farmer
if he will
can ,
was approved by the Florida school board and the county
senate Friday by a margin of one commission for the paying of outstanding nuke a good living. The first step
in that direction is It out
vote, 18 to 17. A tie vote would Indebtedness. getting '
of his head that his farm is a placeto ; c
have killed the bill. It providedthat ,
make ; .
The farmer who
money. "
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the kerosene tax, estimated at Indefinitely po.tponlnaconsld. '.(' 'I
91,225,000 annually, would be In oration of a measure to increase farms to make money seldom .\...?. ..
makes it, but those whose first objective ,
-
,\"
lieu of the two mills ad valoremtax occupational license taxes and '
f' O.B.
Detroit
pint freight and IJaUvmry.
is to make a living at home Dumpyand spare tire sere a low co... Convenient economical earns through the
now levied to provide pensions opening a battle on the intangible and to home for i" Authorized Plan o/ the Un'II"-..' Credit Company .
provide a good
I' for Confederate veterans and their property tax: question, members of ,
widows. It did not, however, prohibit the; house of the Florida legislature their families, usualy make a good .w \ ,
living and to boot.DurinI' ..
some
continued levy of the ad va Monday entered upon the final money
lorem tax, and an amendment offered stretch of the extraordinary session. the first four months of

,. by Senator Oetzen, Bushnell, The occupational license tax this: year. Craven county N. C.,
with unanimous consent, to prohibit proposal was killed without muchof Tanners sold 1,663 fat hogs for a I ton seed, leaving 579 of them made
total net cash income 8U2.!
of
ad valorem taxes for pensions, a fight and the motion to Indlflnltely $24. up of surplus food and feed hogs, .
About five additional carloads still
;; and to prohibit transfer of money postpone consideration, cattle, sheep and poultry. In addition -
to be sold
to
_ from the pension funds to any oth- made by Rep. W. V. Albury of were expected carry ; if
er state funds was defeated 20 to Monroe, prevailed by a 47 to 40 roll the total to over 930,000. "Dollara to the carload shipments, E 1:' .

18. Governor Carlton In messagesto caU vote. Day" hens and cows is the wayJ. 82,929 gallons of sour cream were ,...
_ the legislature recommended a A. Parker of Anson county. N. shipped and many thousands of K .,

4,,, tax on kerosene with revenue going One of the features of Monday's C., describes his two cows and his rations of whole,, milk were furnished ;eat
flock of 100 hens. They net him a the county cheese plant. + 1\ oOe ,.
to the
s general treasury. session was a brief flurry over the J "'
proposed five cent tax per gallonon cash profit of 91.00'a day above B. C. Batch of Conway county, 1 ,,,MUri: "if
.
The Florida Senate Saturday kerosene. As senate messageswere all feed cost and expense. An Income Arkansas, Is a one-armed man who w
of 91,034.14 was realized two-armed
nevertheless
turned Its consideration on three being received, the house was practices
from 199 White Leghorn hens byJ. in the truest of the
different occasions to the admin notified of the proposition. Rep. farming sense 'N
R. Wllllford of Bertie county, word. with
istration-sponsored bill for increased W. V. Albury. of Monroe moved Twenty-one years ago,
( N. C., last They laid an average In cash 2 old
gasoline taxes First killing it, that the bill not be received and year. 9000 cows, a bull an
of 208 eggs each and paid mare, a mute colt'and some
gray
16 to 15, then voting 19 to 13, to: on a division vote a count of 38
1527.95: for the home-grown feed farm tools he undertook to
reconsider its action and finally to 27 to receive the bill developed,' pay
that they consumed. After deduct 91,400 for 80 acres of what was
postponing further action Lewis
until Speaker ruling that the bUl
ing the feed costs there was a labor considered about the most run S.
Monday A stats exclie.tax of two would be received because of that
income of 9506.34. down land to be .
found anywhere.So
cents a gallon on gasoline in addition vote, Inasmuch as its provisionscame
According to reports from over two-fisted had failed
) to the present six cents,' within the governor's call and I many men
l the state Alabama farmers are to make a living x>n the place that
; would be provided by the bill. Revenue therefore would not require the,
cutting corners and the the it wouldbe
reducing community thought
estimated at 94,500,000 annually two-thirds majority vote I
would go to the state's general .' under other circumstances.An necessary. production costs this year, with every Just a matter of time until one- :
treasury for governmental expenses. I promise of Increasing their armed Balch and his family wouldbe Tl RE on/TUBE/ SAME4M. -
net returns I
hour's They are living out down and out.
flurry the
over .proposed of their gardens Instead of out of And he did get off to a badatart,
5 cents per gallon tax upon paper sacks and tin cans, thereby what with an unprecedented drouth
; A biennial appropriations bill, kerosene Tuesday resulted in consideration
reducing living expenses; they are and total crop failure marking his -
with 92,067.816 lopped from the of the at the
measure
balancing their farming between first He didn't make enough
year.
recommendations of the state bud behest of :E.
Speaker Clay Lewisbeing ,
rl livestock and crops with a view to money to pay his taxes and had to I
*commission by an appropriations postponed by the house untlWednesday. !
.
) providing for themselves payingjobs borrow money to buy groceries for :TYPES PRICES
committee was placed before Rarely has Speaker a . ALL SIZES: . ALL
throughout the year, and they his family. But his two cows anda
the Florida house Saturday. Chairman Lewis taken the floor to debate j
: a are raising more feed for which third that he managed to buy &fony m fcove, corn set foe' tt
H. S. McKensle bW
Putnam
pending before the house in
p their livestock will pay good prices. saved the day for him and were
,,!gained house approval to place the either the regular or special sessions J. I.. :Mathts of Gordon county, the start of a dairy venture that FREE'TIRE INSPECTION
bill on special order calendar but ,, but he went to bat for the
I Georgia has 2M
grown as many as now brings him Income of
argrosa
li was denied his request that it beset measure tonight. Insisting that different crops on his farm whichhe $1,000 a month. HVwMls b k d{Tire. properly i.8slad.
for special consideration Tues "the time has come when we should
bought on credit and paid for Patsure development has kept
day. The bill ,as returned today, forget personalities the time has within five years He has never pace with growth of Mr. Batch's Kejoy vowlkoKdsy wkhovl wocrjr bo.t "flsts.1?'
showed .. well as come when should
generous generar.r we think of the
bought a bushel of corn for home herd.-
he first
dairy When boughtit CM
al reductions In nearly every department people of the state. He cited figures consumption Mr. Mathls furnishes UM nee hsMsrWTIi tip tans lor gsasiMirgjAUAWAMCB
the land was so poor it took several
t
_ of state government A on kerosene consumption during living proof that there Is In 4
more to fora
acres enough ----.1.
grow grass
total of 912.314,207.28 for )March out that > POB_OUI TIRMi
opera pointing 60
( percent the man than there Is In the land: cow. Now the same land will 1
+ tion of the government next, of the state's total was used in, As he points out, there are plentyof grow enough grass to graze a cow 4Jreebl0/areeg..41...MiWistberresdDes64ei

,two years was provided In the bill, the seven larger counties of the: people her In the south. on per acre and cut enough hay to lanai hliasy 1lLNtZdw,1. EiaMr4a1$1 r '
A. reduction of 92,067,816.00 from state. He stated that the bill's .
provisions farms bit
every as 1'oocI" his who carry tier through the winter.
a' the original budget commission would bring in approximately would have starved to death last. Dairy products, strawberries,

; recommendation for 914,382,028.25: $l,2 OOOO a year, for a reduction winter If It hadn't been for the sweet potatoes, hay. poultry products ..
f appropriation. Institutions of high of 3 mills In the state levy Red Cross and high yield of cotton corn ..........,......j ft ..

__ er learning suffered heaviest actual "This Is not a tax to be paid by the A lot of South Carolina farmen. and other crops account for the 1 IA"'
reduction with a decrease of poor old farmer. It would be
a
'Y '' came through the winter in good gross income of 912,000 per. year
9636,000 from the amount recom saving for each county." He announced shape and for the first time In that Mr. Balch has averaged for '4.740

mended. that, he would offer an their lives pitched their crops this.. the past five years from his 200- U". <3.n t6-5
amendment to prohibit the levying spring without borrowing money acres farm which now represents )

" A bill of passed by the special session of any state pension fund.: ongoing' into debt for supplies i an Investment of 28000. ...... a! 540.19MLM: 1&,' .

legislature provided forY Hogs have put them on a cash \ .., < ) ..
transfer of motor vehicle license Definite presaging, proponentsof basis. Seventy-three Berkeley I .
,, tag revenue to schools, eliminating the measure declared, the necessity county farmers divided among .... 0040MMMO '
provisions that It should go In part for another extraordinarysession themselves 912.804.44 from the sale M--r. .. 5M ( ) 7.10

k to the motor vehicle commission the house of the Florida of 12 carloads of bogs Bambergcounty J

and the road department. legislature Tuesday killed a proposal hag shipments more than Say it Flowers 1 I 140 "30

approved by the senate to trebled those of last spring. Evenat (MM**) ,WsW7. nor sLOW )

x i Three bills by Rep. :Mitchell. Indian raise the state gasoline tax from prevailing lOw prices, the 10 OR"

*' River would, inlvldually make six to eight cents a gallon. The hogs that J. B. Osteen of Sumter Flowers For AU WslcKS olr' ALL ..a.s e

It unlawful for any relative of a vote on a motion to indefinitely county fed out paid him a net return -

; legislator, by blood or marriage, postpone the consideration of the i of $1.12 per bushel for com.i OccasionsGERTRUDE

t'', to told employment in the legislature project sponsored It was said, by i Nine hundred seven carloads of ,.. .. "
e ; for relatives of state departments the administration as an emergency Farm products were shipped from SAVINGS Register's

or of boards of commission measure, was 62 .to 28. the Newborn, Tennessee, last year. GODBEY Garage
members to become state employees land Ude against the proposal Although cotton is the principal

,; : and for any state official causing much, comment about the crop it is by.DO means the com ANDERSON UY IN PAIRS

v r' i to employ In state office relative capltoL The 'provisions of' the munity's only crop. Only 328 of Phone 39 Waldo, FT* Starke ,Florida'A.GI

t: of any state officer or depart- measure would bave authorized the the cars contained cotton and cot- -

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26. 1931

.-----0 BRADFORD COtTNTO" TKUCflRAPn. arAT warna.n.. __ __ __ "
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A. W --

News of Florida In Short Paragraphs Haskina stands at' the head witha

dandy tipping the scales at 10

pounds, 4 ounces; O. S. McIntyre Cmu *
and got one weighing 7 pounds 9 ozs., tIr ttlDAH"J4eDon't /!
Andrew yolUl
McLeod
one
going 7

[ LIVE STATE NEWS I pounds, 4 ounces.- r ,

Groan City-Talking about the

strawberry project In Dixie county
Mr. J. R. Roberts, better known Rasp Your Throat .
TOLD BY OUR EXCHANGES as "Jack" planted one-quarter of
an acre in strawberries last
-------- ... Sep
I v, of tember and has sold over $200

9mYxas -. The toll bridges tlvitlea beginning Friday evening worth, fed his family and hired

e''II Smyrna across the north July 3, with an open air vaudeville help to all the strawberries they With Harsh Irritants
New have been declared wanted and Is still selling berries
laD river program and ending Sunday This Is some berry farm. At .
any
brld ell. afternoon with boat races on the rate Mr. Roberts is now planning _
Indian River according to present to extend his planting to
Dora-John W. Martin, plans. one and
aunt of Florida will be one-half acres another season. You --- -

speaker er overnor of the Monumeut day at dedl-the Winter Haven-The average net has might done not, but do you altogether can run as him Jack a r- "Reach fore LUCKY Instead"When

ericsn Legion return from Florida oranges this close second. e
on her JulY 4. year has been 55 cents higher than

fifth I' that obtained from California or- New Smyrna-A black bear : <:> you visit your physician for your periodic
The an-
aytona Beach- anges. This Is In spite of the fact
church vacation school will that California weighing 350 pounds was killed at health examination, one of the very first things he>
growers have been Samsula
,n at the Community Metho- organized for over forty years and who came yesterday across the by three men : asks you to do Is to open your mouth wide, and to

t church July 20 7 the and Daytona continue the growers organization hi Florida they were picking blackberries animal while H. s. :..t;; s .ay"!!!." Ho I U examining the delicate lining!, of your
August Is '
still In Its : :
Material Association announced Industry Is infancy. The citrus M. Arnett and his son, Clifford ,, "Ahl"! There !is not a man or woman who
growing stronger In
Ulnton, of Hastings, who is visiting
ScracevUle --Gr ca evils shipped Florida every year. In Samsula, were in the party. The could even make this simple sound, If In the throat
-, younger Arnett Is credited with there were no Adorn Apple. For Adam's
your Appl
It Is said than
,
watermelons Lake Wales
,? -The Queset Societyof firing the shot
that brought Bruinto I Is your larynx-the voice
box
States
l In United ,
place Florida containing vocal
< other was organized In Lake the ground. A charge from I Zr"s. your
a
d that means the world, as this Wales May 23. it is unique in shotgun lodged In the bear's heat chords. And what a delicate piece of Nature's handwork !-

nit of the vine Is not extensively that It has no constitution, no due, and he fell. Another bear claimed the Adam's Apple Is. A kllght cold-
earth. even a tiny
i elsewhere on and no regular place of meeting.Its be larger than the one killed _
sole purpose Is to bring together made a hasty retreat and escaped particle lodged In the throat-and our voice often

Ipensacola Building activity socially In Florida men and I after its mate had been killed. grows husky. In acute cases, we may even lose our
itiiin city limits reached an all- women who have scientific Interests voice for
several
with repair andostrucUon days. Don't rasp your throat with
e monthly peak either as vocations or bobbles DeFunlak Springs A depth of w>
permits totaling and to extend hospitable reception 1,790 feet has been reached by the harshirritants-ReachforaLUCKTInst.ad-remem.
,28.070,50 during May according to distinguished scientists drill in the oil test well near here tip'::::' ber, LUCKY STRIKE Is the only cigarette In America
H. E. Frakllo.I .
| Inspector visiting Florida.
according to anouncement the that through Irs exclusive "TOASTING"
driller. This Is 170 feet below the process expel .
I Winter Haven-The work of Incg Fort Pierce-Charles Maher of depth reported last week.; A strata ,certain harsh Irritants present In all row tobacco.

an $8,500 two-manual pipe Kansas City Mo., who Is visiting of sand was found just below the These expelled Irritants' are sold to- -
manufacturersof
tan In St. Paul's Episcopal Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Peters at their hard formation which had slowed
lurch, la now under way and the home on Okeechobee Road, and An- down the bit several days ago, I chemical compounds. They are not present In

__trument will be ready for use drew King, of this city landed a and which has been penetrated.Some $ ( your LUCKY STRIKE. No wonder 10,679 American

efore the end of June. shark In the Inlet which they estimated trace of oil was said to have ,. physicians have stated LUCKIES to be leis
-""- weighed between 900 and 1- been encountered In the sand strata Irritating.
|Lake City-Sheriff W. B. Doug- 000 pounds. Maher and King were thus bolstering up faith In success LUCKIES are always kid to your throat. And so'we
v
former railroad employe andr cruising In the Inlet In a launch of the enterprise as the bit say "Consider your Adam's Apple.**
12 years sheriff of Columbiaty when they hooked the big ,fish. I eats its way further each week Into _
has thrown his bat Into Quite a tussle ensued and the shark I the earth.MiamiA.
e political arena by announcing was finally subdued. -
candidacy for railroad com-
> man armed only with
oner. St. Augustine-Information giv- waterproofing paint and brush bat.
en today by the Flagler System'stax tied a huge hawk armed with beak
| Ocala-Jim David of Summer- expert was that the system'stax 'and claws on the roof of the county -
ld has grown some onions that bill for state, county and citiesIn I courthouse 400 feet aloft here

t record breakers for size. Three 1930, paid June 15, was approxi- late today. Gerald Lanham,, who
[them are on exhibition at the mately $2,000,000. The Florida was waterproofing the roof, final
nber of commerce. The largt East Coast Railway's bill was $1- ly won the queer contest by slapping
t weighs two pounds, 7 1-2 ozs.: 394,901. Checks for $1,994,729 were paint in the bird's open beak, r1
next two pounds 1 ounces, and Issued for taxes by the system, exclusive but he was sufficiently nervous on Fe
I imalleat 2 pounds. of the Palm Beach Water reaching the ground to lay off work

Company and the Record Companyof for the remainder of the day. "I #? Qt:..,
Orlando-More than 67,000 cars St. Augustine, the announce- would have been knocked to th
Florida oranges, grapefruit ment said. ground 400 feet below when the }
pes and mixed citrus have hawk first attacked me If I hadn't
ear i distributed throughout the Fort Meade-This section is In been tied securely with a rope," he
try up to May 29, 1931, as the midst of Its green corn shipping said to curious spectators of the
with 53,765 cars during season, 50 carloads having battle on the roof.
1928.29 season, according to been shipped to the end of last -
i Citrus Exchange authorities. week, and It la estimated there will Gainesville When the Black ,
be at least 35 additional cars be- feet Indians spoke of a departed ra..vea.,
Lakeland-With more than twousand fore the season ends. Watermelon brave or squaw they referred to
I acres of cucumbers under shipments have reached 50 car them as having "gone to the Sand It's toastedIncluding .
tract, a large pickle concern Is loads. It is estimated that there hills." The Sandhills, In the Indian
nuking arrangements to set up a are 900 acres of watermelons, but mind, was a delightful placeof : t/Ne
(modern pickle plant, In Lakeland dry weather the last ten clays is happiness and repose. Florida a. LroLy
|l 10 help fill the 130.000: barrels of beginning to damage the crop, cutting has what is called the Sandhills the use of Ultra Violet Rays :

lUt pickles Its various plants handle In the yield. It la a high ridge that runs westerly Sunshine Mellows-Heat Purifies day vnvy, Ttinrtria Tuafr-*
run of a year. across the state through Putnam l S>*>

Stuart-The green corn season Clay and Alachua counties. Your Throat Protection against Irritation against cough Mr Jity N.mttndftff H.
Fort Myers-With the satisfying Is now on In earnest, and Stuart The Florida Sandhills are also de "
knowledge he had produced from is providing a good customer of the lightful. The ridge Is dotted with

laidenrod a synthetic rubber farmers-Just as she has been In hundreds of crystal-clear! lakes I --- '-
Irtish could be vulcanized, Thomas buying strawberries for the past ranging from a hundred feet acrossto
A. Ida state prison' voluntarily last and declared the camp was one of tween the units.
I
Edison, with Mrs. Edison and several months and just as she two miles. The land in the
week. Before going to the prison best In the entire A like The
the area. exhibitedby RISING
enormous appetite
jtWr eon. Charles departed for will be on watermelons now In a Sandhills is high dry and is especially at Ralford Franklin visited Governor
I their northern residence at Orange, few days. Northern farmers who adapted to the growing of Carlton here and made a fUll opinion was expressed by :MaJ. W. the trainees on their arrival Miss trim, M,Ra C.r.
fl..J. read this will readily see that they grapes, fruits and products of the confession. Governor Carlton did M. Spann 4th Corps Area officerIn has not decreased and huge quantities I
could always cash for their melon family. charge of reserves, who visited of food are being placed on
get not announce it at the time but allowed Mr J. E). Norman Ed Driggers,
I teesburg-Plans for the Florida products here and at the same Franklin'to go unaccompanied the post Friday and Saturday. the mesS tables. at each meal. The Joe Norman James Norman and!
fmelon festival which Is to be time be living In the finest climate Titusville Hunting sea turtle to Blount town, Fla., to visit Considerable stress Is being ration allowance for the citizen: .
Wd in this city July 2 are rapidly the world affords.MacclennyBaker. eggs Is a rare sport on beaches his aged father. The repentant placed on the citizenship training trainees is almost twice that of the Mrs. Evelyn Goodman motored U|

wing form. There will be a pared In Florida the eggs being sought fugitive spent several days In his which, In the opinion of MaJ. Muir, regulars. Gainesville Monday.Mr. .
; many athletic events, a feslovai county In for during nights of the full moon former home, then returned to Tallahassee will result in greater benefit to the e It M. and Arthur McRae and
dance, addresses by proml- whose confines some of the finest and very often large turtles found thanked the governor for government than any other phaseof TRAIN SCHEDULE Mr. J. L,Underhill attended church
|amt Florldlans and a display of trucking lands in the state may near the nests are turned over on the privilege of the visit and went the training activities. Dally at Klngsley Lake Sunday.
I fireworks In the evening., soon become a strawberry center their backs and captured sea tur- grain unaccompanied to the Ral lectures are given on history, We change schedule Sunday 7th Mr. and Mrs. T. K. Stokes of
along with Hardee, Hllsborough ties being the finest meat known. ford prison. formal- applicationfor American government the government and trains will run as follows: Baldwin were visitors to this sec

days- t Is a far cry from the and Bradford counties. Farmers The eggs are about the size of ping a parole has not ben filed with and similar subjects. No. 1, southbound, due Starke tlon Saturday.
014 of raising cotton In Gads- of Baker county are making ar- pong balls. They have soft shells the governor. Franklin's signed Special Father's Day services 10:30 p. m. Misses Lola Welch and Dorothy
-den county' nevertheless' a cotton rangements to set considerable and contain a yolk and white substance confession stated he hoped to be were held at the church Sunday No. 11, southbound due Starke Patton of Plant City are visiting
I I'III being which makes them a morning by Lieut. Henry B. Koon, 11:02 friends and relatives here this
erected at the state acreage to strawberries the coming very allowed to "cary on the Lord's : a. m.
experiment atatlon. O. E. Boring fall and next spring, when the appetizing dish. The turtles lumber work." Many Blountstown citizens I chaplain, and a band concert by No. 107 southbound, due Starke week.
hie been awarded the contract for shipping season begins, buyers will up from the water to a high wrote letters to the governor and the Eighth Infantry Band entertained 10:30: a. m. Elder J. T. Barnes of HeUbron .
n the building amply large to handle take the fruit at the loading platform spot on the sand scoop out a nest asked executive clemency. the trainees and civilian via No. 2, northbound, due Starke was visiting in this section Thursday
crop from the experimental and pay cash for same. and lay between 100 and 200 eggs, itors Sunday afternoon. 8:10: a. m1o. and Friday:
acres planted. covering them over with sand. The Special safety precautions are 12: northbound, due Starke, Mrs. RaIford Brown and children {
West Palm Beach -, Inauguration height of the turtle egg season. C. M. T. C. Trainees taken at the post during the C. M. I p. IlL of Plant City are spending a few.

fa80t-0neof the most rapid of air mall passenger and comes with the full moon In June I Show, Proficiency T. Camp. As! an Illustration of this 'b.108, northbound due Starke,, day here with relatives.
In real estate here package service between the East when thousands of egg. are foundin care those engaging in afternoonswimming I p. IlLStarke Mr. and Mrs. B. M. McRae returned
Lace the days of the boom fa seen Coast resort city. West Palm the sand on the beaches. The half-way mark was neared are restricted to a certain A Wince Branch home Saturday after a fewdays ?
bt the announcement of two more Beach and the Bahama Islands Is this week by the 879 young Floridians I section of the beach. They No. 101 leaves Starke 7:00: a, m. visit with relatives In Jack.
IIIee 01 ),{af4 Street property.for a notable achievement on the part 'Lake Wales-The Lake Wales attending the 1931 Citizens are required to register In pairswith No. 102 arrives 2:40: p. m. sonvllle and Baldwin. i4,
reported real "f1 h" Training Camp at Fort the sergeant of the beach Mr. Robert Groover and family,
wnount totalins; $50.- of the business Interests) here. One Highlander prints a Military -
GOO rasp Both sales were dsetIII can leave West Palm Beach about story in a recent issue. That paper Screen and range work with guard before going Into the water Btae Bas BefcedolseSouthbound Miss Allle Haraage and Mrs. Ida G

tJ by 1'r&DCa Appleby, local real- 9 o'clock In the morning and be In says: "It's not often that a fisherman rifles, automatic rifles, pistols and and these pairs are responsible for -0:81: a. m., 11:31 here Harnage this,week.Okeechobee all of. -Miami are visitor
lpeclallst. Nassau early that same afternoon. fishing for fish, fishes up an machine guns was to begin the latter each other. Whistle signals are a. so, 4:01: p. m., 6:81: p. at, 12:14a. .
And the same schedule, obtains: outboard motor but It Is the trick part of the week. given at Intervals, when the pairs m. i

Tarp, SPringS'_ .4. catch of with regard to the westward hop that W. B. Whatley who with The trainees have) already attained or ,buddies are) required to Join NOI'thbouacS-a:15O: a. m., 1:28: p. Exploration surveys -
forty turUea tile loggerhead and across the Gulf Stream. Charley Clark, owns a fish campat a proficiency to drill and parade handy and answer the signaL These '.., 4:07: p. m., 7:03 p. m., 4:48 a.t. being made on proposed north
I1'eIB varieties WU brought In the Klsslnunee river bridge 28 that equals that of the average pairs most check out together. A shore lev...
by
henk. MCCreary of the McCreary Tampa-A coroner's Jury Investigating miles east of here did a few days: trainees at the end of the 30 day commissioned officer Is assigned Tickets and Information at New River bridge on stats road
gertLmThls fa said to be the the deaths of three young ago. .In January a Mr. Williams period. In the opinion of Lieut. CoL to the beach each day. .! knlth's Service Button next to No. 28 between Lake Butler and
of' turtle Wednesday night In a of Lakeland lost an outboard motor Erie M. Wilson post commander Emphasis: Is also* placed upon I .ourthouse. Starke dedicated. u
koagbt ever Tampans James L Mulr C. M. T. personal hygiene, the trainees hams
Ilea Into this POrt. The tv. liquor vault here returned a verdict as he was unshipping it and could and Major St AugustlneNew equipment ,
1Vtll be crated &Del ahJpped today that they were asphyxiated not bring It up again the motor C. commander. supplied with a -printed list of Closing of Malls installed in San Marco plant of Superior j'
IlIYe to New York storeroom In eight or ten feet of water. Retreat parades are being held suggestions. Booth Dairies y
being
city In the underground Officers WhaUey snagged a heavy weight dally to determine the progress being In addition to the recreational Train 107 .__...._..10:10: a. m. Tallabae.e.15 Federal buildings .
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Port beneath a garage. athletics la the afternoons. the Train 11,parcels __11:00: a. m.
last week and on bringing made by the trainees. :. to be erected in Florida at eoetl
1L time learned the details one day
N first
WlUlams for the
faru1er OrdJ. surface found that it was Everyone of the 375 trainees are trainees may attend late release North of approximately $3,280,000.:
to the
II1U111ty lass 15 of thu com of the deaths of the three Val-victims It the missing motor. The tank was going out In the afternoons for re- iovies on the poet each night and Train No. 12: -l. Fort Taylor Water mains beng -
' dtvoted to the acres on his farm Paul Antlnorl. Jimmy still filled with gasoline and reatlonal athletics with swimmingdrawing are permitted to attend dances at _, : m. laid at camp site to be used by
""eet POtato, Big Stem Jersey anti and Nick Mldulla, and how of with party a little oil the motor stepped a daily.average of more the Tybee resort twice weekly.A Night malls closes 0.00 p. m. Florida National Coast Artillery;
trewth the and 'WIUa al; weeks their bodies were dragged out smartly as nero It had not rusted than 200. Volley ball and kitten ball large number of group and Individual Waanee Branch men training camp.. _
big Renard as tubers are already as' the 20 foot pit and left nearby. as at all. Williams was notified are played each afternoon between I awards to be given at the Mall closes -....__. 7:00: a, m. BunneU Kuldna Chevrolet Co. r ,
01 a broom handle and' being and has reclaimed his motor, missIng teams from the three companies end of camp are being eagerly :Mail arrives _____ 2:40: p. m. erecting building and filling station i
.bgCrop ahows varytn& indication Perry-The fishing Industry since January at the bottom of and a tennis tournament was started sought by the trainees. These on state road No. 4. +
per yield.y .every; of conducted by; the McCracken ''a slough In the Klsslnunee river." Sat.u'daY.Lleut. awards include: a scholarship at Fort Myers Nlekell Whitney Key West Local pineapple .y
numberof
Hardware company for a ., CoL C. K. Abraham 4th the University of Georgia and sev Jewelers established at 1113 Factory to begin canning pineapple
}felbourn.-celebrauon valuable prizes has been the occasion I Tallahassee Records at the gov Co .'Area chief of staff, and MaJ. eral valuable trophies. Fast street. ID. near future. 4
01 of the : of much Interest among the ':ernment's office here today showed Roy Atwood, 4th Corps Area C. M. Two pennants, awarded dally for Repairs completed on Dixie highway Tarpon Springs Gee. C. Kelly
bsurne 1rtU Judy be this ;year to Mel- followers of Isaac Walton In this : that Benjamin Franklin,, fugitive T. C. officer visited the) camp last the best. barracks and most proficient over spillway' between Lake Sheet Metal works opened at 21ft M
three lllarked by an elaborate county and several splendid flab for 17 years, entered the Tic?- week, bad mess with the trainees, drill, also spur competition be- Worth and West Palm Beach.: east Tarpon avenue.FRIDJ1".JUNE ; _
day,program; the f..- have been entered for considera I I :



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1'AG30 FOURBENNETTIIOREE ----- mld-alr., and which will be used for ment thruwn in for
_____u__ With Its length of 785 feet, the :
GOVERNOR PLEAS FOR glory in this house of represen ,i 7NSPECTINO LARGEST WORLD'S AIRSHIP USS Akron will be but nine feet scouting or for offense and defenseof : tractive Mr. Register window has installS?>"ti*

ACTION AT JOINTLEOISLATIVE tatives. Graf Zeppelin the mother ship. display 'h
than the famous the airship dock and "1
ci&f SESSION Two other personal privilege Thousand of persona;'more than longer, but its greater diameter While visitor are interested in Is the USS Akron type.uaUmpresslon .a Zep r
dock
-- made by Representatives of the airship the mammoth giving a
rf speeches were Sundays, are each week gives it a lifting gas capacity of the
60,000 on Asemiparaboloid I
1.) attraction.
(Continued from page R. L. Black of Alachua and twice the German ship. The in Itself a major I both. Il1ln1ellalt7
Santa Rosa, and Inspecting the progress of construction nearly in shape the dock
W. A. West of capacity of 6-
I I to will have a
sole and single contribution then Mr. Mathews gained the floor of the USS Akron, which Akron feet of heDum.America' Is 1179 feet long. 325 feet wide and -
cubic
statecraft by the pilot of our IIhlp again to reply, he said "to the gentleman the Goodyear-Zeppeita Corporation 600,000 non-inflammable, non- 211 feet high 'the largest structure ,Over 100,000 cubic yards of JL
of state has been the gasoline tax" from Indian River" as to II Is building for the U. S. Navy as compared with 3- In the world without Interior removed from Big Lagoon, fl!!
:Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Bennett au- which he termed as a "petty, politIcal I the failure of the legislative taxa- according to Freeman Register, local explosive for gas the Graf and 2,400,000for supports. The floor area of 364,000 link of $850,000 Moblle-Pe
pounce the engagement and ap- expendlency." tion committee' program. He wenton Goodyear dealer' 700,000 USS Los Angeles present square feet la unobstructed by pillar Inland canal.Arcadla18. .
protfching marriage of their daug He characterized the appearance at length during the course of The USS Akron, the world'slargest the or posts. More than 7200 tons carloads totaatiJ
ter Gussie Mae, to Mr. Randolph; of the governor'before the joint his speech charging "flagrant violation airship now baa nearly half Navy dirigible.Use eliminate fire of steel were used in the building shipped from here recently,
helium
II. Boree of Jacksonville, the w.d- session "81 boyish petulance to of the constitution by the Its fabric outer cover In place, and of hazard, and allows and Its doors, and because of this Chipley-W. T., Laney dou b>a
ding to be an event of mid-sun scold us" and charged "If he will chief executive," and that "be has seven of Its eight 660 horsepower and explosion the motors inside the immense amount of metal it was capacity of his gin plant
T Bier. not interfere with us, if he will let endeavored to coerce this legisla- engines have been installed in motor -Installation, of instead of in separate neC'wary to place the girders on St. Augustine O. E and L*S
MM* fcwH M mm( us alone, as God is our master we ture." HV said, "provide for the room in the hull. Doping is hull itself ha been the practicein roller;, in order that the structure Curlee leased garage and flaw!
METHODIST %V. M. S. will find a way." state first the school second and also in progress, and the nose of gondolas a* A specially designed might expand and contract with station site corner San Marco iwB
CIRCLES TO MEET H. went on with his charge to other thing will take care of the ship baa been covered with the previous ship drive changes in temperature.It Cincinnati avenues. S
with a rigid
say "if he had not Interfered the themselves," and closed by declaring aluminum dope which gives light- outrigger to the ha been estimated that 10 Punta Gorda-H. N. Taylor l wi
The Harriet Peek and Noble house would have It solved," and : "The members of the committee er-than-alr ships their silvery appearance abaft will deliver power bull. propellers football game could be played simultaneously ed Plaza Theatre. "
White Circles will meet Monday afternoon declared "if bell keep his hands out did their best and the people a* they glide through the outside the features under the roof of the Delray Standard Oil Serve
1t at 4 o'clock at the Methidlst of the legislative halls quit pullin have approved of the committee's sky. Provision for visitors: have One of the most will interesting be Its air- dock that six miles of standard Station, corner Atlantic AvaiJ
church. strings we'll get somewhere." program." been made, and one end of the dock of the ship railroad track could be laid on the and federal highway opened
Register
Mr.
. Carlton Defended the fir- and of the west Bide of plane comparemtn
i Mr. Mathew concluded a portion will floor area and that the great Mulberry-C. W. Hicks pur-a
BIRTHDAY PARTY Rep. N. J. Wicker of Sumter, Ing of his final shots at 4:03 p. m., the structure have' been made states. This compartment which Woolworth building could be laid chased stock and fixtures of Johj.1
Y' a X went to the defense of the gover and the house swung back to Its available for persons wishing to in- house five pursuit planes in Inside and the Washington monu son Grocery. Canal street.
a'. Sarah Hope Haynes entertained nor. "The time has come If the regular order of business. i spect the ship. may be released and picked up -
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with a birthday party at the home house is interested In the state to ,-, --
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9 rr; of her parents. Monday evening. break loose and vote your convictions .. - .. .-.- ,' '"...:--=- :: -:..- .- .. .
Quantities of garden flower ," he said maintaining. "I /
4'f were used In decorating the home don't like the tirade brought
: p' for this delightful affair. The occasion against the chief executive and I
iff: being her sixteenth birth don't believe our governor came up]
here to tell you a lie In order to Bradford County Big Grocery
day.Time waa pleasantly spent In get you to vote for certain measures. -
i games and contests. Punch wa ." He went on to say "we'vi
i nerved during the evening and at spent hundred of thousands of dollars -
n: a late hour an Ice course was servcd I and accomplished powerfu
: to twenty-five Invited guests little, and it is a disgrace to the
state of Florida for us to waste In The Hull Building.
i BBnxaE-LCNCHEON the time like we have done." _
He spoke In favor of the raise Ix "
r Miss Minnie Gruber of Jackonvllle gas taxes and concluded bin remarks -
entertained a number of . .' -
t by saying "I don't believe "
i,' her Starke friends with a bridge. the governor .came here for any 'Bradford County's largest and finest in groceries'' '
luncheon Tuesday In Jacksonville. sinister purpose." HEREDo the public DRINK FREE
EAT and meats throws its doors to buying .
. ..s, Zinnias gladioli and other flowers "I am not insulted by the state ; open ,
Nr1r were prettily arranged abou meats of the governor" Charles E. Saturday, June.27th, with a complete new line of
r the rooms where the guests wer Mitchell representative from Indian Remember our drinks are
Hull's
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formerly occupied by
entertained. River county declared at thi Not Trouble.to.PrepareLunchWe'll foodstuffs in the building :

,+ Following a delightful luncheon outset of what was termed by observes Department Store.: To introduce our store to the public -: soft, but ,there will be sufficient
of wen do that the
several progressions bridge a powerful address "I an .
enjoyed. Mrs T. T. Long receive not defending him, Because'h : e-must= gefyou'into our tore, and we propose to
merriment
for making high score. need no defense." is US! beat in line to assure
Iil prize treat on :make you our patron by giving you the our
The, guests were: Miss Betty; He continued by charging that it
Chamberlln Miss Eunice Perkins was "fifty days before the major and at prices that will assure your return. Food is the you of a real good time.

: :Miss Madge Mlddleton Miss Florence matter reached the floor of the Come One! Come All! biggest item in the family budget. If you can effecta
Matthews Miss Ethel Grit house In the regular session and .
fin Mrs. S. P. Vandlviere. Mrs. 1, you know 10 days isn't time that substantial) saving on your meat and groceries the turn '' "'
: T. Long and Mrs. D. P. Carpenter such matter could be fully dla time. By' lat d1O
into real during a year's
amount runs money
cUll e BAPTIST W. M. S. MEETS cracker represenatlve from the Post Toasties trading with us you save on every item without sacrificing

.,: held thel small county has as much right to the satisfaction of getting fresh wholesome I
The Baptist W. M. S. sit In the legislative council ai ,

regular business and program has the representative from the -tfiewakeup tasty food. Observe the prices we are quoting you below .
meeting at the church Monday af larger counties" and continued bj -

o ternoon.In saying "to my mind the gist of thi :
t the absence of the president, whole situation is the allocation of corn
Dr. G. P. Raymond led the devotIonal the three cents of the gasoline tax FL-k I

and Mrs. A. M. Darby vice "That was the most monumental food _. I
president, presided. thing done bore;. .. CaliforniaPECHESlargecan2i2lb. I II
A splendid program followed by;; He reminded the legislators thai 14c

; a short business .esslon'was ren "the first duty a* a legislature la .
dered. The topic of discussion be to evolve a program, and send Ito 3 packages23c' . t>
"
Ing "Youth and Christ's Program. the governor for his approval

Introductory remarks-Mrs, J. or disapproval; and if we fall to Best
; :M. Brownlee.< do that then we are miserable fall 69c PerCan 27c|
F; Talk (a) Christ's Program Appeals ures."

,,: to You; (bChrist's Progran. In reply to a question from Mr Flour Fancy Biscuit 24s -
1\; Needs You-Mrs. S. P. Vandlviere Watson of Hlllsborough "as to ,
'I$, Talk-our Jewels Flashing Ou who is resonslble for success li ORANGE PEKOE TEA
.t$' Their Light-Martha Brownlee. theatrical productions" Mr. Mitch *: II" Good Ola .
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'j;{ Sunbeam Band leader.. ell said it was "largely due to the I ...!,!S Ss FJ-Eo t C 1-4 POUND ____ _____ __ 1ge
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; stage settings, and I would like to. .. p. :> FLOUR,24s----------
1 GUEST HONORED!: know who has set the scenes foi: a 1-2 POUND __ __ __ ___ __ 37e
this the last 70 days." There war "il ..
"i) Mr, and Mrs.-L. A. Davis gave a a round of applause after the re-. ? ... .-... Good r 10

'\,.J) delightful swimming party Monda ply.Rep.. I ........ : 1Oc Mayonnaise
., afternoon at their cottage a1Klngaley Orion C. Parker of Leon I ...- MedwGrits,81bs.- - ): "''t
;}\! Lake In honor of their rose on a point of personal privilege -; Pints
'i nieces Miss Mollie Hardee of: and after talking,for a few I '11' .

v': Faraandlna, and Mlsa Del Perry- minute moved that a commute Whole Grain 27c
;. man.of Washington Ga. of three be appointed to: "Find out 3for-----22c 1.9c ...
f'i'Swimming', wan enjoyed followed how much money la necessary foi .RICEiSfts..Vr: '
\: the operation of the government r r Also Salad
1M by a delicious supper and watermelon .
for the next two ;years how much .4 ,. :/. .
cutting.
-The guests present with the honorees revenue can be reasonably expected FresH "' "-"' :: Dressing, I

were: Mr. and Mrs. Herbert from existing laws and how J. ? 1UC Pints
':. Durden Miss Annie Mae FeilrceMlss much revenue can be expected IL .
;,? ;: Leila Dea Andrews, Mlsi From laws.passed at thin session T"I BOTTLE LARD.,PerPound - _ .19c2pkgs.23c
.Clara Louise Peek Miss Dorothy The motion was ruled out of order ", .
1 :Alvarei of Jacksonville,Miss Janet by Rep. Millard F. Caldwell, Jr., of .
3m,;t Halle of Cedar Key Miss RuU Santa Rosa, then In the chair whet s' 29c Granulated 4 7
J Sternberg Miss Murla Weeks Mr % member raised the point that a C
.y 'and Mrs. J. E. Wilson Miss OWe motion could not !be made by a per- SUGAR 10 Ibs.
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'i Dell of Gainesville Miss Elizabeth ion speaking on a point of personal ,
J Craig. Messrs. Bob Turnbull, Mil privilege. :Mr. Parker then attempted ,

t;,. ton Brownlee, John Redgraves, to be recognized, asking Best Creamery
.y,:John henry Hemingway Nolan unanimous consent to make such 25c
;,;'' Canova of Waldo Ben Sternberg motion but that was"refused, by BUTTER Pound '
i:BUly Graham and Carl Olsen :Uathewaon! the ground that a - - r r r -
.pecial order of business, the Intangible . .
:!I1
:.: tax measure, wa before Boiling All .
? ? the house and only points or per- '

pi GRAHAM'' tonal privilege could take preced, 2C
BACON Pound- _ _
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arw oars Mae saga. o.r. ence.Rep. R. C. 'Home of Madisonwas '. .
the next speaker. "This house : 1 ;. Ir ;,1, , T :. r. .,'.".., '

i' .Mr. 'and Mrs-:A. A. Armstead ol stands out in history a* one that L--- ,", rp". '.rlt',,,; ,. .
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Gainesville were vesting at the48mlthhome cannot be subsidized." he Mid, declaring A. [ .. '- ."....'.i, r. '/.t.. I 15 C
'\ Sunday afternoon. that the citizens of Florida Package28c BI iS21; : Mr2f0111
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Mi .Mr. Jlmmle Reynolds war a vlsl- elected "open-minded free thinkIng J .rr .r<. : ,';-: .>. :. e0
*;"tor In,Stark* over the week-end. people to the house." II. sale - ,: "r ;.,.' "j--' :./ \::, II.;
i.."' Mr'Tr.d.Johnaon,; and frlendi that be resented "a charge of inefficiency White ,v' ': :"
".'.were visitors Starke and Hamp and that we should not Tall Can Mackerel packed -. : ,. : : : (:;: :. ;,:,\<.: 20c
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ton Sunday afternoon-. M here," and said in referring to ..,, ,.', "
.',;F..: Mr. :Ansel Norman and slstars,. the problem before the state at like Salmon'_J cant 2Sc S 31bs. -, ",. ,: .., -,. -15c

;1 Misses Mildred and Audrey were his time that !'another party bad .. ,,'.;" :"i:' ''t .' '. ,- 'se. :- .

,Y 1t1Df{friends here Sunday,afterdoom. this Job for three year and could PURE COFFEE, LB. ___ lie Black. Eye . :: ., ." -
lot do .
It
\ and now could be expect 5'
; It' ,Mr. Levy Prescott and family of J* to do it In 77 days." Pork & Beano, Full size > .

Brooker," were dinner guests Sun.Mn alder without Cans _ i. ________,,- Se PEAS Pound - . . . . Cooked Brains large can
:'; R M. John- inas be concluded declaredDH. .. ,

,rca anfamily'.' | Matches, large Boxes for 5e < .2 for, _.___.-____ 25c
:. JIr.''rAm ParrUh.,was a visitor No.2Cans. .
}In Stark Friday. & 10 Packages Matches __w. 5e ' : : 25 C Potted Meats 3 JOe
"/$ -Mr. W. M. McEver and Leon W. MARTIN'DENTIST Toniatoes,4cans.vt.< .= = cans ---- I

:g}Graves were visitors In Starke Large Can Tripe _____ ISe .. .
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Monday. : :. Corn Beef Regular 25c can 17c
d Mrs. L. C. Smith and two chllii l Best June Peast >: I
\:' Phone 83 .flaunt B to AI Early :; Eafy' Julie
| area were dinner guests of Mr. and 3 Cans __ ____-35c 25 I
i t tl Jn., 1* D. EasterUng':Sunday.Messrs. Over Corpenlng'a Drug Store [ -, -.. C I Van Camp's Tomato up 5CYen'Camp'a
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J/ Roy, Reynold Jimml 16-023. Glass Pure Jelly __ lie PEASNo.2,3cans- - r -
'' Reynolds and John Ward attended .
: Milk tall
I L |; !J.the boxing matches In Starke last i Large Catsup, bottle .:.lie I
!ii''i'Thursday night., Roy Reynolds beIng .' t XL"K.t LAOERORENSurveying !: z. BestlSugar 1 f\- '3 for ,_ _, __--__-- 20c 1
.,;:, one of-:the boxers. He also Pure Perserves, 1 lb Jar\ 19c C
t won over his opponent -Leveling CORN;per r- r- ; - Van Camp's Milk,'small,
|i>..I W* are sorry to report Mr. Tom.Mllls' 2Se Vann lOc
.Mapping Qt Jar Sweet Pickles ___ 3 for ______-
been bad
:?: Illness. He haa in Florida
Starke
,health for several months We wish
r h\JD\ a speedy recovery. or-
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> 1931
y Y, J1lE COUNTY TELEGRAPH.u ___STARKE. FLORIDA PAGE FIVEt :
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LS c cg' Miss Nellie -
Mr SllvernaU and Mrs Mr. F. E. Wallace and son. Earl, Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Torode spent

d, Tymon Marshall of Jacksonville who have been guests of :Mr. and THERESSA Monday In Jacksonville ;

1I were the week-end guests of Mrs. W. G. Halle returned to their .. .. LA JYTBYI i.. ..
of Mrs A. I lltvaB. Cor.
a Bits Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Sparkman.Mr. home In Macon 'Ga, Wednesdayand I .u H. U. Darner. C... West Palm Beach-Plan underway I
I were accompanied by Woodf
a for construction of
Halle. Mr. and Mrs. N. A. Jones and $15,000
1 and Mrs. J. W. Calico who Mrs. Arthur Bennett and children I :Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Moore and business structure on West Clematis -

I weal Ne have spent the past few months in Misses end of Gainesville, visited Mr. and Mrs. two children left for Alachua Sunday street. }
Grace Dorothy C. Sullivan Sunday afternoon. Lake Worth-Federal highway
Starke left Wednesday for Or- Green and :Mrs. I where they will spend the
r. lando daughters of Mr. Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Philips and being widened from 15th avenue to
. where they will reside. Adam Green two next two weeks. Mr. Moore Is '
Our PoopU Easiness and are spending little sons, Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie Lucerne.
'uk Concerning weks in Jacksonville visiting their Hightower and Mine Debbie Phillips !- shipping corn. Work under way on Horn road

Pro r... of the County and Town. Mr. Joseph Thomas has left for aunt and uncle Mr. and Mrs. Clayton all of Lawtey, attended churchat Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Edwards bridge.-St. Augustine Record.

t Jacksonville where be has accepted T. Crawford. Theressa Sunday. have returned home from KJn&sleyLake Arlington! Arlington bridge '

a position as druggist with the Mr. and Mrs. C. Sullivan where they have spent sev- to be remodeled and widened.
were
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Southslde
b III QQQQQQQOI Pharmacy.Dr. Last call for our special spring visitors to Providence Sunday. eral weeks. Jacksonville Swimming pool t

REPORT Mr. B. W Curry of Jacksonville, photo, the "VOGUE." We have Mrs. J. P. Summers of Providence Mr. and Mrs. J. J. McLeod of at Springfield Park opened.

& \stATUER- I returns home Sunday after a visit Dr. and Mrs. James Chase and extended the time until July 18th. Is visiting her brothers, A. L. Melrose were In Lawtey Monday. Sanford Plans under way to

q U. with relatives.Mr. and Mrs. Henry Chase were Remember, Saturday July 18th Is and C. Sullivan this week. Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Moore and establish grapefruit and orange
x P tied Department guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. J. positively the last day you can get Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Sapp of children are spending some time canning factory here '

reet ry June 23. 1931. 1 C. Hoover them. Come now or you lose out. Lake Butler were guests of Mr. at Kingsley Lake. Jacksonville French Rug Im-

"'" ending and. Mrs. L. A. Davis are 3 for $1.60. Hoover Bros. Studio and Mrs. C. Sullivan Monday eve- Misses Louise Thede, Luella Ta- porting Co., 401 Laura street op
Max. J1D. Prerfp. I spending a while at their place at I Ii Mrs. Maceo Hicks of Waldo and Starke, Fla. B-26-2t. ning. tum, Beatrice Miner and Ruth ened.

" ate 94 13 .99 i Kingsley lake. Mrs. Junius Smith are the guests Miss Teresa Bennett returned to Rowe spent Wednesday at Kings- New Port Richey-H. S. Mo-

"tut 17 92 11 I of Mrs. N. Sternberg at her cot- Mrs. G. H. Bennott, :MIss ,Qusale Theressa Monday after a visit of ley Lake. tor Co., erecting large garade.

19 19 89 61 Mrs. Frankie Hudson and_ Miss tage at KIngsley Lake. Mae Bennett Mrs. J. B. Sapp and several days with her father Q. M. Mr. and Mrs. F. R. Carradine Punta Gorda King street be-

I 91 69 Loiaelle Turner were visitors In Miss Dorothy Sapp were calledto Bennett of Jasper. left Tuesday for New Orleans. ing widened. ,
0a 10 92 11 Gainesville Tues..y. Miss Mardel Launt of Gaines Macon, Ga., last Tuesday on ac- Mrs. D. W. Moore and son How from there they will go to Cleveland Bradenton Former city mar
21 92 71week .05 ville, spent the week-end at Kings- count of the death of Mrs. Ben- ard, ware vlaitors to Hampton Sun- Ohio, to attend the StrIbling. ket building leased to be used as
22 11 ley Lake with Misses Myrtle and nett's sister Mrsr R. Borum. Schmeling fight Interdenominational tabernacle.
;
.
92 day afternoon.Mrs.
Dr. and Mra.'O. .
23 L. Haynes and, Emma Strickland.Mr. ..-.. .
1.04 In. Miss Rea Thede spent several Madison Dan Moore to
open'sjewelry
rainfall for family spent Sunday Iii St. Augustine '3."W. Griffith returned to
with relatives. Mr: and"Mrs. Ge6. A. 'Gardiner her home in Miami Saturday aftera days at Kingsley Lake with Miss store at 1,10 South Range

seed at Kickliter'a. and Mrs. F. F. Flume anddau&hter. had as their dinner guests Sunday week's visit with her parents,, I Mary Lucille Torode. street.
iii pea Clara will leave Sunday Mr and Mrs. Z. J. Roberts and Mr. Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Sullivan.
Miss Kitty Hogsed is visiting her for a two week's REPORT OF TilE BOARD OF IIOND TRUSTEES CITY OF
Lemon of Eustls Is visit In Gastonla, and Mrs. W. S. Yelvington of Hastings Friends here of Mr. and Mrs.
Mrs.
Louise aunt K. R. Lane
of Jackson
est of Mrs. W. M. Wlmberly.A. ville. and Charlotte N. C. Mrs. W. Willis of. Palatka, E. S. Sibley are congratulatingthem STARKE FOR MONTH OF MAY, 1931

and :Mr. and Mrs. L. O. Jones. on the arrival of a baby girl RECEIPTS

spent several Mrs. T. J. Griffin, Mrs. E. M. born June 18th, at Mrs. Gill's In J.l g rht. ____._..._-______.._._...u.U
.Z- Adkins Mrs. Ceo. F. Lowry Miss Lucille Johns and Wator _ ..., -..__.._. _. B3.10
week In Tallahassee daughter, Gloria, spent Pate Gasaett returned Friday Starke. HupplU* ..-- SO.48 Jr
of tttt 1 Mitchell and Mr. Vernon Lowry returned several days In Oviedo this week from Sklpperville, Ala., bringing Mrs. D. G. Chapman and little Kl!.l : : : : :::::.,=::::::::::.: 107.H: I"
Friday from New Smyrna.Mr. Service DeposlU.--_ .. ._ It.OO
J M. Norman of Lawtey with Mrs. L. E. Jordan. his family back from a month's son Carrol, of Miami left for home Turned, down check _.collected .-._ ".11
visit 'there 'with relatives. Mr. after visit of several
la s'tarke Saturday.t Tenn.. Vernon Lowry of Maryvllle, Mrs. P. M.'Barefoot and daughters Gassett stated crops in west FlorIda days Monday with relatives a her and at Total, .receipt .?.?._I..S.UR8I1iUUDNTa_u_______U101." '

and rubbers ..atbiter1 is spending the summer with Mrs. George Thomas and Mrs.C. and southern Alabama were In Providence.Mrs. R. F. Clark, l>al alary for April -.-......_......_ ..__._.____. .
jars, caps Dr. and :Mrs. Geo. F. Lowry. W. bad O.. H.'Btanabury.. bat on alary for April ..........._.__._..._ ...00
Jr. condition the
Ford visitors In ,> drought parch- J. J.
*. were Humprhey and chil- Berry John, bat,. on alary for April .,..._.._..._._-_..._._._. ".00
_________ Jacksonville Thursday.Mrs. Inp up the crops throughout that dren. Milton and Joyce and :Mr. J. Bradford County. Telegraph publUhlnc tatement ...___..._ .00
:Mrs. E. H. Smith 'and mother, section.. : * : R. Adkins visited Bradford County T.legraph.eond .h*.t. _._.._._..___.._ 1.10
t J. G. Boyd of Tavares spent Mrs. Irene Wills motored to of Jacksonville Standard OH Company, lubricating oil* ___.________ _ ISIS
friends here.. O. L. Beasley spent several : Mr. and :Mrs: R., M. Hersey. Sun Bank of Stark, pay roll, frljrht on *uppllii, 1.11 'rell'ht l bn fuT
tad visiting ,Gainesville Wednesday. days this week with her 'Messrs.: *Jtthn 'J. Rlgdon, Lee I |I3.", labor at plant _______..__._._._.._.__ 151.05
parents Dank of Starka, fratbank.-Mor.\ _. ... ..__
i day.Mrs. note A Co _.._ __ -
L Mrs E. H. Smith were Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Durden of Tam- Thomas and LaiAreVc Anderson of R. M. Hersey and sons, Gulf neflnlnc Company, oar 4ll.tlllat.- ..._._..._________._ UR"J
sad Mrs. R. L. Richard of Jacksonville pa. Brooked Mr. and!.Mrs. Arthur Rlg- Clyde and-Junior and ,Mrs. J. J. 0.-A. Futch, bal on aalary for April ._____...._._._..______..... 11.041
'
o'r. m Jacksonville Sunday. was the guest of Nr-and Mrs. ,. : Btark Telephone Company, phone **rvlo. ......._..____.____ '.'0
dot: of Jean-oleSpent theweelcend Humphrey and children were visitors Qulflcy Pavl for plant,'_.--.w_....____..__.__. 7,00
W. L. Wall ,for the week-end.. Mrs.' G. V. Anderson of Archer in,St.;P, rsburg Clear-: to San Mateo Sunday after- / Ij. Simmon., aUPf.lle. plant .._..____.______.._.___....._ Ill i
L. and :Mrs.- S. P VandWlere Wvittlnahou BUotrlo Supply Co., electric (uppll.. _._._._.___ 1.11 t;
I to Jacksonville Tuesday. Is Anderson water' and Tampa! with friends. noon BF, Clark salary half month May .-_..__.?_._____...._.. 14141,00
Mrs. George C.; White Is spend- and'dau1gbter'Mrs. El M.Davis. Mrs. Rlgdon'wllr' Vemaln several Messrs. A. L. Sullivan and O. P. O. H. Btanbury, salary half month May ...__ ._..._-_..._ 46.00
ing ''several In Tallahassee Berry John., alary half mony,May _.__...__. .....___ _._.. u.oo b.
:Lloyd Johns of Brooker at- this days '( :;:I days' hi Bradenton)Visiting friends 'Neal were business visitors to Turned down chock . _ .___._?_.....__......___?._.____- 15.81
i week.
and relatives before"'returning Jacksonville
j church at Union Saturday --Mrs-'it. home.: A Tuesday. Total ... __ -. ."______.__.___________.._.....___..__.._".01..1
Mr. and ; L. Brownlee and Mr. and Mrs. John Morgan and n100ApI rv
I Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. George C. White 'daughter are leaving this week fora Mrs. C. L. Norton of Starke, at1 May l.t, amount on hand ...... r.: :r.U.S.U. k4,
and Dorothy White were visitors 'I A picnic was at Crystal tended church here May 81; receipt >_...._..._.....:_._._._____. nOl.8 i,
and Mrs. R. L. Lockhart of month's vaactlon In North Caro- enjpyed Sunday. May 81, dl.hur.ement. ..._ ".'01.., "
r. were guests thia week In Jacksonville Monday.Col. lina. Lake by the following: Mr. and Rev. D. L. Phillips of Lawtey at. Amount to balance __ ','801,
ind, Mrs. John Wolf, daughter, Marie, tended church her Saturday. "
and Mrs. A. H. Green. 11,163.04 $6.818,04'May
Ir. and Mrs. J. L. Frazee are Mr. and Mrs. Ottq Graft and and sons, Leonard'and Bernard, of Mrs. Susie Hardee and sons, Arthur

Rican potato plants $1.00 spending a while at Atlantic ,daughters, of Bradenton, left Monday Green Cove Springs; Mr, and Mrs. and Henry left for their homeIn lilt, amount on hand CITY BIa81v11'W_ACCOUNTMay _..._-...-_.-.8eeO,17
ito
i Beach. I for' their home after a visit George Cauthern "daughter Cetha Union City, after a visit with Int. amount due plant ._,_...-----.... -___?_ ".1XII.$8 it
[thousand. Klckliter. 'here with friends. and son Donald, Mrs. Leonard Mrs. Hardee's father Mr. A. L. May Slut. street ll-ht .. .. __..- ___ ___._.._____ '
rMay 81.t, paid on clerk' alary .,_ .._____ .... 15.00
of Mrs. E. E. Canova and son Mr. Smith and two sons, Leonard and Sullivan. Amount to balance ?-.__.. ____h?.__h_________?___-_____H,.08..8
I. Boree and son Randolph. L. A. Canova were visitors In Jack- I Mrs. Paul E. Canova, Jr., and William and Mr. and Mrs. O. E. t
visitors ..
business
>
vIDe, were sonville |ea53 ss $8,99J.Mnv
Thursday.Mrs. little son, and Mrs. Conway are Stanbury and daughter Edna and
take Tuesday. visiting their sister. Miss Lillian Helen Mersereau of Starke. Miami Beach Plans under flint nmnunt due -plant .. _ __ __ 15,04818 ,
W. K. Turner and daughter Spellman of Ocala. way for construction of $250,000
Mattie Markey of Lake of Palatka have been visitingMrs. O. J. Philips of. Lawtey, was In apartment house to be built at 33rd STEAM PRESSING COMPANY

er, .was a visitor to Starke George Flynn. Miss Ethel Griffin spent the town Monday looking after the street and Collins avenue. SUITS CLEANED PRESSED AND RESHAPED i
West New Boulevard
Key -
week-end at Jacksonville Beach corn crop.' Mr.'Phillips(ls buyingat J. Frank Thoman-Phone 62

*? B. Stephens arid Dr.U Mrs. E. E. Canova and Miss with ,Mrs. A.. Z. Adklns. who .is Lawtey and toe' jtfho' wish to bridge opened. um _._..... .... _ .. -- - --. ---. ---- _.--- ._._-
Mary Canova were In Gainesville spending a while there. sell to him can tied him ''at the -
of Waldo visitors
dgun were
Sunday.Mr. Lawtey platform. Although some
|stoke Saturday. Mrs. N. D. Wainwright and son, of the fields are ready to be gathl Y

Maceo Hicks of Waldo was E. J. Wainwright are spending ered we have heard of no move to
oand Mrs. D. E. spent 26th and
1 In Gainesville Knight with their the guest of Mr. and Mrs. N. several days in Talalhassee this sell the present corn crop The FRI.
Sternberg Wednesday. week. first car will be shinped from Law- Week-End SPECIALS
i,Paul
Knight. tey Tuesday of this week. accord- SAT. 27thTIPTOPGrocery

L S. L. Peek Is visiting Mrs. Our Special Price on our popular Mr. and Mrs. O. D. Graff and Ing to Mr. Phillips.-:Macclenny ,
summer special the "VOGUE" Mildred Belle and Press.
IS. Carroll at Daytona Beach daughters, u
reek photo 3 for $1.50 expires Saturday Grace Bradenton spent the week- ,I
July 18th. We have hundredsof end with Mr. and Mrs O. M. Sis- Dade City Dade City Amerli

i. laden pleased customers Come before trunk and the Hoover Brothers. can Business College opened In
,
if Is too late. Hoover Bros. Studio Massey building. ,
riling relatives in Starke this
Starke. Fla. 6-26-21. Mrs. F. H. Long returned Satur-

day from Daytona Beach where
Miss Louise Manhburn and Miss she visited her son-in-law and COM IN

1 pent i Pearl Sunday Reddish with of-Jackson1 her par-- Lois Lewis of Marianna, are vis- daughter Dr. and Mrs. B. S. Car And look over our stock of bed Formerly the M-C STORE
iting Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Alderman.Mrs. roll.
I Mr. and Mrs.. L J. Reddish. room suites. Color,combinationsto
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please you.CASII -
Albert Anderson and children Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Epperson had R Whole Grain Best Compound Pure CaneSUGAR

fNT A % Virginia and John, are visit- as their guests Sunday Mr. and 'OlttlUBDITEverything

WORD Ing relatives In Philadelphia, Pa. Mrs. George Anderson of Lawtey to'p Bale 'the most k
RICE LARD ,
Walter
Dr. R. F. Baker and Mr. exacypg .
COLUMNSALEMlsslonarry Mr. and Mra. T. T. Long spent Buckhaber of Jacksonville.Mrs. -r


It straw- Dr.Thursday and Mrs.at Daytona B. S. Carroll.Beach with Kendrick. Mary, Messrs.Dover Sanford Miss Estelle and DENMARKF.URNITURE VCO. 5 pounds - 23c 2 pounds - 19c 10 pounds - 48c


de- Mrs. L. A. Carter of Jacksonville James RItch returned Friday froma T. C. CHASTAIN Mgr. ... . --- -- ---
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Jj.oo per 1000 -- --- - ---- --- -- -- - --
*plan.s W. Bedenbaugh, Is the guest of Mr. and Mrs.J. vslt with relatives in North Carolina.

Hampton. 6-20-21 E. Robinson.Col. PILLSBURY'S BEST FLOURA r


It SALE-Good A. S. Crews was In Green Mrs. J. O. Turner and daughters

no with 100 Euphona rills ,music player In Cove Wednesday on professional Betty Ann Annie Belle and 666 "balanced" Flour-you need It for really perfect baking.

tine condition. business. Dorothy, of Sarasota are the

It Uvlton, Starke.Very cheap.6.26.2t.It :Mrs. guests of Mr. and Mra. G. H. Bennett 'LIQUID OR....TAB. MOTS... .. 61bs. 25c 12 lbs. 47 24 lbs. 89c
.
Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Davis and RII TM ..... r N r l.l* - -
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SO _1..'.* IL. S O.Id It SALE family are spending a while at .ar. ... .._10. MsUrio !. tkra
,: roes-cutsaw $4,2qt.ebur5 their cottage at Kingsley Lake. Miss Eva Fugate of Jacksonville **'66e -
$L NO roomers wanted. spent last week here with Salve for Baby's Cold. 2ioCaa nUi tirade Del Monte w

ed be Miss Hazel Mlddleton attendedthe relatives. She was accompaniedhome ,
quietude. A. E. Dun- I" 1
:
It. marriage of Miss Sora Embry Sunday by her sisters Katie TOMATOES White Bacon PRUNES
and Mr. C. H. Coulter In QuIncy and Virginia Fugate for a visit :
'
PR SALE Famqus Indian Rlvrtaa. Wednesday morning.Mrs. AIMS
Ir Wbolesal1 and; retail Mr. and Mrs F. J. Dowling of
dealerlocated back of J.;C. Man- W. E. MIddleton and daughters Monroe La., and Mlsa Loiselle fNU ,Ii, 2 forISc Pound - -12c 2 pounds - -1& J

uo(. and Hazel left of Lake Butler were the
Store. See me before buy Misses Madge Dowling The Standard Oil
kf elsewhere,.and save'money. Wednesday for Stuart to visit :Mr. guests of Col. and Mrs. A. S. Crews

rtchn ads. C. C. OrlffU.lt* and Mrs. L. R. Cowling. Thursday. -'Giearwiteed
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27
ClearbrookButterpound-- - - - -
It LEASE+2' :1-2 acres'* best Eugene Matthews attended the Mrs Jim Godwin of the State One Year

land. in city of wedding of :MUM Sora Embry and Farm and Mra. Fred :Moore of : erx es + -- -_ -- p

Starke, now planted to peas Mr. CL IL Coulter in Quincy Wed Lawtey. are spending a while at Octagon Soap Or Full Cream
see NNNNMMNFrigidaire! Pork & Beans
rows of runners 20 rods nesday. the Moor cottage at Kingsleylake.

t.p. 0. Box "87. Starke. or .
>* ..... wed- Powder Cheese
..kabAup. 518 Barnett Mess Fenella Snyder left Gib 1i. Rest
lII4r.l JacksonvUle, Fla. It. nesday for two weeks' visit with Mra. R. M. Sparkman and guests .
Miss Lillian Carrie In Jackson Miss Nome SUvernall and Mr. Ty

Strayed mon Marshall visited Mr. and Mrs fifor23c 4 for 25c Pound -19c
ville.
or stolen, bull -
1bOlrt four years old, color'real ABle Cone In Gainesville Sunday the three gear auar- '

r It i wd, marked crop two splits .''fc*lL-AJvar"> : and daughter Mrs. afternoon. --
kIs electric refrigeraoi -
GlUt ear area crop. uppsr-Ht' Jack Murden, spent the week-end anted
mow' Will W Orlando and Melbourne on busi :Miss Pearl Jordan county demonstration -
pay $::5.00 reward
for and the 4-H club %; tOe MATCHES package 5c
Jroormation and recovery. ness. agent, - -
Wra. Nettle Starling at girls left Tuesday for the Y Campat ( tlRr ,
'II
&ht', Mrs. N. G. Adams and Interlachen and will be gone
31-_.. Store Starke. 6- McKay Mr. and Johnson returned Tuesday until Saturday. tIl4 *g's: Maxwell House

night from a ten day visit In At- and MeaI-
: vaWGrits n
:.. Mby bowie on Cherry lanta and North Carolina.Dr. Mrs N. D. Carter. Mlsa Louie- ::4 <*' v COFFEE
W. O. String-
( changed bell Carter, and Mrs. ;
fit'has
JWy WlUThbe rent about and Mrs. P. B. Stephens and fellow and children of WaUroak Smims. Service
Lt. with Mrs' Oeo. A.
e QJe.rooll1l, large cool verandas visited at the home of Mr. ana Mrs. Gardiner. -' Pound -, 29c 4.taDcans---29

shade trees. and 4. Iota O. Adams Saturday. Station
N.'
1rbJc on .
: Mr. J. .
4rect, can be raised three bun- :Mrs R. P. McLarln and -

rt... Mode's WOrth of stnwber.ProPtrt7 Paul Knight has recently accepted F. McLarln returned to their homein ,SERVICE AND SATISFACTIONBUADFORD
with station Falrburn. Gen. after spending Starke Fla.
examine
Rhea tbIa Dice a position and Mra. O. ,
Dr.
I:. Daulhertt reUOUable. W. WRUF in Gainesville, where be a while her with ., ...,.... .
L. Haynes. -A
It. will broadcast during the summer.
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PAGE SIX BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPiI: STARKE FLORIDA FRm\y, ..Jt"1to-...e
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-- During the cross-examination of property,
CIIINABERRY IS IIOST i Berry Rate Case the defendants, there were many ten or fifteen perhaps one (t'et I.i\
FUNDS FOR HOMES
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acres .
TO CITRUS WIIITEFLY Hearing Attracts interesting features developed Mulberries must be be "


FARM NEWS SECTION Gainesville,-Fla. While the SUPPLIED BY BANKSBy Trade Interest which shippers have and receivers a great who bearing are Interested on- ,. and especially carefully when protected Wes,te-

chinaberry tree Is a beautiful ornamental York June 19.Tuesdayand in the transportation of to flourish.t"yVl If
New ,
It Is a host of citrus whlta- Wednesday of this week the strawberries. Toward the close of Quail are
STEPHENSONPrtilint
c.
ROME very
fond
Conducted By 'files and shuuld not be planted Americas Bemlttri Asitcla hearing on the complaint of ship the hearing, there was testimony especially the smaller of
It Is Introduced regarding a tariff published klDlb
unless
Agent near citrus groves and receivers Florida straw as chinquapins
County
L. T. DYER floe pers and
Coast Line those
the Atlantic
sprayed for whitefly, Just as citrus Express by U
the Railway key oak.
Home Demonstration Agentilk I LARGE portion of the funds berries against willow oak
MISS PEARL JORDAN Each and sum- Railroad which carried the estimated Water
trees spring A
are. al took live
et placein
Agency, Inc., oak as well
always as
In home building:
required that under at- i va.r10\IIJ
the Experiment Station receives weights are ,
If" mer a number of Inquiries regarding baa been furnished' by banks. the rooms of the Merchants Association tack and which tariff becomes effective oaks. Acorns too large for(IIiII
I 233 Broadway. swallow whole
SOLUTION FOUND a recent Ther have 15 of the are requenu
this. In answering on July present
HINTS TO HOUSEWIVESWeekly shown eon J. Balzer of Washington en up by a pinch from 121'
SICK entomologist Harry In the the
FOR SALT Inquiry, J. R. Watson year but It was stated cross-
I t stantly a dp D. C., and Russell O. Stidolph of ; beak or bits wasted bV
had the following to say: examination by the defendant, that
Demonstration
OF LIVESTOCK from Home TallahasseeGingered .The chinaberry breeds white- Interest In theperformance 227 West street New York, represented the tariff was only used for statistical I squirrels, Jays or other c

Specialist, ot the complainants and Inter- are-eaten.
I, Workers Will I flies by the millions during summer tats of I Thur- purposes. This may be of I They are also
Station feature
d Experiment and fall. The last brood of veners In the case. Henry great interest to shippers and receivers very fond( .'
Condition at Farmers'Week national development. teU appeared for Atlantic CoastLine seeds, or "mast" of the sW'and
XMnrnas Watermelon Bind whiteflies, which emerges in Au- of strawberries due to the

and In Bulletin September lays no eggs on UponIt i Railroad, the Seaboard Air fact that, In this particular case the various pines T'to
r' Carefully remove all green and gust or rests muchof I Line and other southern roads. Albert consider this when COM" '
but moves en masseto the rates in cents cwt
red of the rind and cut the chinaberry are per ,
portions our coun the cutting out
condition M. Hatung represented 'I large Isolated
Gainesville, Fla.-The citrus. baaed on the estimated weights
Into small or fancy shapes. future
squares try's Inc. and gum trees between
I, of livestock known as salt nick, Soak for 3 hour in lime water; "This tree should by no means be stability, and Railway Express Agency, provided for In the tariffs of the out oaks fields
similar names, baa Just In citrus unless one George R. Allen the Pennsylvania carriers. among pineS or'thh
and by for each pound of rind add 1 tablespoon planted groves say contribution out the
k been solved by workers at the of lime to 1 quart of water. wants to go to the trouble of to its ad. Railroad. The defendants did not put In pines loblolly, short-leat OML

Florida Experiment Station here. Freshen In clear water for 1 to 2 spraying It in the spring and sum- R. C STEPHENSON vancetnent redounds : The hearing was exceptionally: : any defense In reference to the re- I when opening up stand!

The announcement, coming: after hours, drain well, and boll rapidlyfor mer. It should be sprayed twice, I to the Interesting throughout This Is frigeration charges under attackat I long-leaf out or slash pine. Oftea
cutting
, a'G numerous feeding: trials and observation 15 minutes In a ginger tea once about the last of April and : advantage of all. I So banking has known as Interstate Commerce this hearing and It was agreedby I scrub supposedly wOrth!

*, will be welcomed by cat- made by dissolving 1 ounce of ginger again about the middle of June. never lessened h Its"cooperative attitude -' Commission docket No. 24,145, the complainants and the de- oak, the valuable (fort
' h Mmnen for this trouble Is one of should It not be plantedIn .Wlshnatzkl A Nathel, Ne York re- turkey oaks are sacrificed.
In 1 quart of water. Drain, Not only toward home building. fendants that a further hearing be I

main reasons why Florida loses and put into a warm syrup made a citrus grove but It should Practically all banks: now accept ceivers of strawberries, vs. the requested within the next 30 days, : It Is frequently such ts

g' N { Igher percent of its range cat- from 1 1-2 pounds sugar, 1 quart not be planted In a citrus community saving deposits which can well be Railway Express Agency Inc. to be held'in Washington, D. C., measures as saving the tent <

t ,r, than any state In the union. water, and 1 pint strained ginger ." turned to the advantage of the There is a number ot other complainants at which time the carriers will sub- : duclng trees and shrubs men
the nation, while located at Lake who are Interested In this i when brushing, cutting or bu
I
tea. Cook for about 1 1-2 hours or borne builders. The construction mit their defense on the refrlgera u
City was the first In the countryto until transparent. Let stand over of Individual dwellings require a particular case. Lion feature only. on the farm, that makes tied

Investigate this trouble. Its night, having rind covered with a DESTRUCTIVE TERMITES large amount of financing and Is The complaint in question was e> : ference between success and t

earliest work was published In syrup which when boiling tests 220 KILLED BY FUMIGATION a thoroughly commendable enter- the alleged unreasonableness of the I! ure as far as the quail crop It

1888. Since that time many investigators ' degrees 1<'. Arrange in Jars, cover WITH CALCIUM CYANIDE prise. Necessarily, the aid givento express, refrigeration and pro-cool DIET OF THE QUAIL cerned. Seldom It Is necesBanl

;: have had a hand In the with syrup, fasten tops, and process home builders I* governed by ing charges on shipments of straw carry on wholesale plantliiT

9h work and their efforts are finally ; 11 ounce Jars about 15 min, Gainesville, Fla. -', Termites If the sound banking rule which berries by express during the past Fruits and "Mast" from Trees.In . trees and shrubs especially (for i

crowned with a solution which will utes. left undisturbed will oon eat you nave grown out' of the years of two years and such rates were, the' last article we pointedout birds; It Is only necessary to I

also be of Interest to other partsof Watermelon Rind Pickle out of house and home. They are experience and constant studies.All from the principal shipping point the Importance of the seeds of some of each kind when en

I'VIf the world. Remove all green and pink portions insects of a dirty white color, of the efforts made to secure $3.29 per cwt with the standard weeds grasses and small grains to In clean up work about groAn

The first symptoms of salt sick from 2 pounds of rind. Cut about 1.... Inch long, whose chief broader real estate loan privileges, refrigeration charge $90 per car. quail,, and suggested methods of abundance of fruits and

are a loss of appetite and a genera In desired shapes, soak for 3 hoursIn food Is wood;; thus they are very to adjust resources to make it In addition to the $90 refrigeration Increasing .this portion'of' the food help maintain an abUDdance

al weakness. The blood becomes limewater, drain and boll for 1 destructive to dwellings and other possible to lend larger sums for charge, there was also a supply, as one of the most logical I quail and other birds, which

ti '( pale. Its volume Is reduced and hour or until tender In fresh water. buildings. longer terms the standardization charge made for the pre-coollng means of securing an Increase In turn help to save the planted t

2; most of the vital organs are af Drain and cover with weak vinegar Fumigation with calcium cyanide of mortgage' Igan, formulas and of many, of the shipments Involv+ the quail supply, for such foods by combatting Insect pests .

' fected. The condition has been restricted -1 cup to 2 cups water-and Is the best method to exterm- the actual lending of vast sunn on are Important and usually subjectto would destroy them.

,ti to cattle ranging on whiteor let stand over night Discard the inate them according to J. R. Wat- mortgage notes evidence the desire ed.The complaint also alleged dis- quick Increase. This, however, .

gray sandy soils and peat ort son, entomologist Station. He suggested of banks to contribute a full measure -
liquid and make a syrup of 3 cups crimination on these Florida shipments Is not the case with the majorityof Fort Pierce
muck soils that were not subject putting one pound of the of support pf, the homebuilding Hanger
and introduced
vinegar 1-2 cup water, S cups testimony was foods discussed In the present constructed at local
4 to overflow by mineral waters. sugar, 1 teaspoon allspice, 1 table- cyanide to every 100 cubic feet of movement This Is true of all to how that the movementof article.- airport.Many .
have since found beneath the building. Stretch classes of banks, lit In
Cattlemen long space even a
strawberries from Florida and
spoon cloves, 6 small pieces cinnamon Quail are fond of,- and more 01'le98
that certain would cause from the sills to the ground, more marked degn. of those
ranges
i' paper Louisiana and that the
and. If desired, 1 ounce overlapped dependent upon, a wide variety 4/ .Out-la
condition and a opening on each side whose deposits are largely la the
the some, as practical leaving an _
td green ginger root Heat the syrupto shipments from Louisiana are accorded of small wild fruits, and the _
have been changing which to throw the cyanide. form of saving'
solution 180 degrees F., and Infuse for through a rate of $2.45 per cwt., anda "mast" from trees for their living,
the cattle to which the Wet the ground and then
i' ranges on 1 hour. Add the drained rind and Both Sides Protected refrigeration charge of $62.37. and such a food supply is highly

i condition has not been noticed; cook genUy for 2 hours or until the sprinkle the cyanide evenly over It. The estimated weights providedin desirable. Both young and mature
I The through which bank
and the doors process
Close the
not knowing why. openings
: syrup Is fairly thick. Seal and the tariffs of the carriers were quail are very fond of the fruits of
t( According to the recent an- and windows on the first floor and loans are made on real estate Is a* ; .r
I store. also under attack and the principal wild black cherry, dew beriea
sassafras -
nouncement and the detailed bulletin vacate the building for at least 24 simple an the nature of such an '
Sweet Pickle variation shown being that black
Cantaloupe cane berries wild -
that has to to Important transaction will 'I' ,
Just hours. Before permit
gone press trying reoccupythe
Soak one and one-half pounds of Louisiana shipments In 24-pint plum blue and huckleberries and
the condition Is brought about by building open up and allow It When money Is advanced the
I rind for three hours In lime-water, crates are carried by the express particularly mulberries during the
deficiencies of Iron and copper In to air well. Remember that cyanide lender must know that repaymentwill
: ((2 ounces of lime to one gallon of company at an estimated weight of summer months and spend much of
the Over 300 badly affected well the it give. off, be made the speclfled time.
grass. as as gas
water.) Drain, and soak in fresh 20 pounds per crate whereas the their time near an abundant IIUP-
teat animals have been brought to Is extremely polnsonous, he warn Likewise the borrower wants to be
water for one hour. Make syrup assured thatafter he has figured 24-plnta crate from Florida Is car- ply. Their fondness for mulber-

alemeats by boiling together one quart of I ed.When only a few tunnels that the loan on the basis of his conservatively ried at an estimated weight of 25 ries, especially the variety knownas :Boxes

water and one pint of add pounds per crate. The 32-quart Hick's
sugar Everbearing which
to :, bearsan
anticipated ability
nick Is seldom noticed In catUe that termites have made are found in
well-drained rind and cook rapidlyfor crates are carried in the tariffs of abundance of luscious of Face Powderand
he will not be to do fruit j
required
rj receive as much as 4 pounds of the floor, It Is not advlsade to fumigate pay
thirty minutes. Allow to stand the carriers from Florida by express from May to August often entices
!q mixed concentrates per day., simply pour carbon bisul more that he will not be disturbedIn renders a more durable,1
..r tetalla. of the experiments asI over night Next morning add one phide In the tunnels. his efforts to work out of his at 63 pounds per crate and them into dooryards where they leg beauty.The soft,even fa

I as the recommended salt sick cupfull sugar, one cupfull vinegar, Termites prefer cool, damp,, obligations under those terms. the testimony Introduced at the are endangered by the family cat. patina appearance you! secure itains

I /feral mixtures will be discussed and spice bag ((1 tablespoonful each dark therefore such places There Is no'mYlter,. about any hearing showed this weight to be In or where they may acquire dangerous all of its original r"-'

ing Farmers' Week to be held of cinnamon, cloves, and allspice, should places be avoided; as much as possible of the details, and when the negotiations excess of the weight used In other diseases or parasites thru iveness oretreaking.Its. \!!
and 1-2 of sections of the contact rubbing off .
tablespoonful mace) are complete the barrower country.The with ground fouled by domestic
here August 10 to 14 by the recent around the building. All rotting antiseptic and astringent a..
I Cook until rind Is transparentabout ,know just what he may expect direct examination of this poultry. and
Investigators as well as Dr. W. E. wood should be cleaned up In blemishes i
French pioneer station worker. one hour. Cool and pack In the of the Building, and and what he will be requiredto hearing for the complainants was During the fall and winter helpsscorrect

small Jars. Cover with the strained ' vicinity do to meet his obligations. conducted by R. G. Stidolph Daniel months they are equally fond of
Free copies of the bulletin may be no wooden structure such u OOURAUtfS
syrup and process.CARING Loans made to persons who wish Nathel of Wlshnatzkl & Nathel, the fruits of the black gum Amer-
It Is
obtained, as soon as printed, fences or trellises should extend
9 to acquire homes are not necessarily New York City and A. K. Free ican beautyberry, or "French mulberry
d from the Florida Experiment Station from the ground to the wooden ORIENTAL
Gainesville. FOR PULLETS build building loan. One may man, Phllaphelphla, were the prin- ." flowering dogwood sparkleberry ,
DURING! .THE! SUMMER parts of the building1. The wish to home CREAM
purchase a alreadyconstructed. cipal witnesses for the complainants. gallberry. wild
grapes,,
t;(re.'I. PAYS PROFITS LATER ing should be placed preferably on In this form of trans There was also considerable sumac and various other fruits. White riMli and .......1......
wooden
stone or concrete pillars, but
I action bank loans are usod very testimony Introduced pertaining to Fruits such as those mentioned

WRTJF FARM PROGRAM Gainesville Fla.-Summer man posts thoroughly soaked In coal- freely because it is the only kind the weights and there were a great are often abundant on not too In

%* "The Voice of agement of growing, pullets will tar creosote are proof against of a real estate loan some classes many exhibits Introduced by the tenalvely cultivated farm lands of

Florida"i i play a large part In determining' termites. of bank may make. Others ot complainants which were covered Georgia and Florida but It is well COFFINS & CASKETS |

the profits for the next season, declares course may lend upon real estate by a rate expert of the National to remember their value to

; Gainesville, Fla. Next week's N. R. Mehrhof extension GROUCIIY NEIGHBORIS with Improvement uncompletedand I Traffic Service Association of New wild turkeys and other birds quail when, And e Full Line orUndertakers'

aeries of farm topics to be discus- poultryman. Improper care and COMPARED WITHCHEERFUL advance funds as the construction York The testimony pertaining to considering the cutting of wild Supplies

am] during the Florida Farm Hour management will reduce the vitality progresses. Different styles In the
BROTHERBy weights was Introduced by W.Q. cherry for fence posts and burn-
from state radio station WRUF has and growth of the pullet so that home financing have developed In Macananey of the Standard Inspection ing or brushing out around fields AUTOMOBILE HEAB9BAlwor
Just been announced by the Unlver the various and banks have
she will not be able to produce eggs ( Spuds Johnson) states Bureau of New York City.In and along' fence lines roadsidesand H..d. Tfc. bed
:
rr city of Florida Agricultural Extension adopted their facilities to all need. .e
efficiently this winter. I know one man who has the addition to the exhibits mentioned so forth .for the destructionof .....__ at t.o lowest ***
Service. These Among bank and borrowers
programs The young growing pullets happy faculty of being able to get ; the government Inspection such food and shelter Special ttmtloa to tclec1
win at and last until for home acquisition producing -
begin noon a
should be fed a balanced ration. purposes ordor.RlaGISTICRED .
along with all of his neighbors, reports were also Introduced and vegetation
may be the
12:45 eastern standard time long established and thoroughlytested meansof
m., ,
p. This Includes a good growing mash laMDALMEBDEWITI'
he mentioned the
1 and la welcome wherever goes.I by complainants. reducing the number of
relationship exists. Banks quailon
each day The schedule, follows:
and a scratch feed. The
common
know another who, unfortunately This complaint is similar to the farm.
a Where wild fruitsare C. JONES
not the
Florida are onljTagencle through
Bat, June 27- Farm
the
Is to allow
practice pullets to
cannot get along well with complaint which was heard In largely absent .
very which such funds available quail can be attracted

are
News and Hints. Visiting leading ; FLORIDA
eat the dry mash at all times, it Plant STARKB.
anybody and Is usually left to him City, Fla., two months by the
farm communities and Institutions they, do not embody all the spirit ago. planting of Hick's
the being fed In large open nonwastinghoppers. self. He Just "rubs people the of helpfulness which abounds. The records that, by stipulation Everbearing mulberries about the
over country.
The scratch feed Is fed most of the time the exhibits Introduced by the de-
wrong way, However through the of
year
Men. June 29
Marketing about twice a day, the amount be- fendants
without Intending to do so. their co-operation their aid has In that case were made a
Hogs In the Early Fall-H. O.
''lire Clayton. Farm Reporter at Washton. ing determined by the developmentof As I consider friends the most been of unquestioned value to the part of the present cast but In addition
the birds.
-- valuable asset a man can have I home builder whose effort to to that testimony and those
Pullets should not be forced Into to over these exhibits, the carriers also
recently got musing establish a permanence for themselves Introduced
Sues. June 30
-The Chinch Bug egg production. If the pullets appear two and tried to It further testimony
men, see why have received constant encouragement by Mr. Pen-
St. Augustine Lawns--Jr R. to be developing too rapidly Is that the one gets along so well Bankers everywhereare dergast of the Southern Weighing Penny WiseA

k ison. Farm Question Box. additional scratch may be fed. It with people while the other does ready to counsel with their oV Inspection Bureau, Mr. King of
JVed., July 1-Timely Farm
I must be remembered
that the pullet not Guess TO. first talk about the customers about their homebuilding the Atlantic Coast Line Railroad,
Jobs) and How to Do them J.Prancis to stand under
up heavy egg
one who doesn't.In plans and to assist to the extent Mr. Sheppard assistant general

Cooper. Primer for Town production must have good bodyweight the first place baa has too exalted -, of their ability. This la being freight agent of the Illinois Central

Tanners.Thurs... Additional feeds consist of' opinions of his own ability In done constantly and the many advantages Railroad; Mr. Fry assistant to the penny saved !la not always a penny earned.

Strawberry, July- 2 -A.The' N.Blakemore Brooks. greens water,- oyster shell, charcoal comparison with others. He Is like 1 of. It .are not without vice president of the Railway Express Sometimes it is two pennies lost. The merchant
and should
rat ,. grit Poultrymen I' the man who says "there are two recognition. Agency Inc., and by Mr. McKenzie -
t Vfcrm Reporter ,Washington.Y not neglect green feed. It is moat sides to every question-MY' side of the Atlantic Coast Line who spends nothing on advertising is practicingfalse
: Important and the WRONG side." He I ta always Railroad 'to addition to their testimony economy; his losses In sales far exceed the
of Dairy Cows-HamllnI .
During the warm summer '
I I butting In with his positive they had additional exhibIts pennies saved. '
*
1 Brown. Farm Reporter atWashington. montha the pullts should hare ample
opinions and officious manners, and Form Service by a BankA that were Introduced to Justify .

shade and range. Growing pullets Imposing his opinions on other pea the rates that were under attack. The money spent for plate glaoYwindows' is not
which have been confined to a of
ple. And he Just lacks many '
'V..IO'Q T. T. Hart established small area do not develop as well the) elements of common tact and farm servloe di>artin at was looked on as lost; nor Is the ,money spent on better
Ice business on east Base attest Inaugurated a year mgo by a '
a* those which have range. 1 interior
Fort Myers Site being sought must be courtesy when dealing with others. bank in Olympia Washington lighting.Anything .
SoU ,contamination t
He Is usually soured against the and a farm advisor appointed. p
tor proposed post office. avoided. Birds become unthrifty, world. Clove cooperaUbaa been ,that increases: favor that adds to
Jacksonville Colonial restau- ,
and greater mortality results when the other the other maintained with the state 001I. -
I rat. located In Bus terminal at birds are reared on contaminated On hand and leg extension ....._ Work sales that)multiplies customers is very properly!
Is courteous
Err; JalI.. and Adams streets formally man respectful, la dalrriacs ls 'carried oa la .
land. The birds should, be kept of others. His regarded as a good Investment.
thoughtful opinions
....d. conjunction with the> Dairy
free of external and Internal para. to be but he Herd Assoolatlon.
are quite likely right, Improvement -
iravarea Shell Pertoleum Corporation sites does not force them down otherpeople's Also a pasture contest Advertising is a good Investment-Just as plate

opened filing station at The developing pullets should was held la cooperation with
throats. He has a genuine glass windows are. Advertising the plate glasswindow
the four banks .
i' not be crowded during the summer la the> county
Leeseke friendly Interest In others, which offered the home.
months prises amounting merchant can send Into:everT.
but does not Into their affairsor.
nose to $100. Work la poultrywas
Worth-Dad and Roy OroeA Increased profits and greater unless asked tell them bow he carried oa la cooperation- Advertising sells more goods to more persona than

Meat Market on Lake Ave- winter egg production are possible thinks they should run their busi with the CoM>poraUvei Poultry ".... .... yes in.. w .5 ......I shop windows do. '
h a Installed refrigeration show- Association and assistance .. ...... .
when the pullets are managed all he cheerful was .7 s eeweee \0-1. ISM eR
At times Is
". eue. properly during the summer flea given In organizing an econo- s.-.......r..sMSTOCK
and friendly. He believes In the
mlo conference for the beaent
'49tuxvllle-Newhome of American monthii.- . .. .. .... .. .... A
old adage about catching: more of berry growet. The farm . .... .. WORD TO THE PUBLIC
Legion dedicated. -ir ...Ls.nM.--...
bank ,
advisor of la active!
files with honey than with vinegar the
Cocoa Cocoa Beach Hotel and Last year R. C. Joyner. Hill-; In the Agricultural\ Council of -, fined -d lava ,..- ....
i' .Casino remodeled. borough county 4-H club corn and he kindness does not turn let the to milk of human the eouaty composed of farm ....... ....... Do you resent having a'merchant address J Ws

,yl Tampa,-State road Nab under champion, raised 97 1-2 bushels on ril let you guess which whey.of the and other'In agricultural organization develop-Inter.cited ". -.- tee, nl: uD.aos, message to you in the form of an advertisement in
otwtructlon from Denham south one acre. The cost was $20.00, orabout rout uwaunc' COM-.
A two Is the most successful and meat and also In the Farmers* rums.HAROLD. our columns? ,On the contrary is it not your Impulse
to this place. 21 cents per bushel.. has the most friends.The Market Six hundred farm bust:

4; Plant City Work to start In nee analysis blank were distributed I 145r 7.. to respond",to his friendly overtures?

near future on reconstructing section It doesn't pay to farm on land while farm account:

.of road No. :17 between this that was made only to hold the choice consumer demands book and poultry record book

t?R place) and Polk county line. .rest, of the world together.. well rounded hams of high quality and were have also been provided helpful to la farmer startIng C. WALL ADVERTISEMENTS ARESTOREWINDOWS ,

x Lake Worth Rock surfacing carrying the minimum of fat, and many farmers to.keeping

.Military. Trail from Lake Worth : Thor City 440.000 addition to weighing from 8 to 12 pounds. He business record INSURANCE

1 c road south to Atlantic Avenue In be erected to local factory of JB. Is now beginning to demand that

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41'. f6, 1931 BRADFORD COUNTY TCUKGltAPH. STARKK. FLORID PAGE SEVEN
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l", \ \ \ 1NI Lp.Y ((12) The Sin of Causing Otherso from all them that pursue me, and less owing to the fact that the Jacksonville Friday. Warrants during month-.w-. '.-00J$0.T4>>

: Stumble, Rom. 14:13-23: ; "It is deliver me.-Paalm 7: 1. spring season Is usually dry and Mrs. C. M. Saucer of Baldwinwas Sal May 1, 1811Dint.. N__..._11__. __-_

Y :food neither to eat flesh nor to What Is said about the messenger the atmosphere Is not cooled by visiting her mother, Mrs J. E ni. April i, im __f. 111."

irlnk wine nor any thing whereby that brlngetth good tidings? refreshing showers as It Is during demons here last week-end. Receipt Warrant during during month month ______ ta.lt
thy brother
..F''il t11d;' stumbleth"; Answer, read Isaiah 52:7.: the rainy season In summer. It Is Mr. Purvis Hagen, who has beer: Bal. May 1, 1911---------- U9.'0

The lessons these June 80 the few with his sister Diet. N. IS
give thoughts: dry, warm spring weather spending a days Bat.
April 1. UI1 _., I1S.1S
Y it amp unto $p eet, sA a i Ugbt mt sry mL-Pub. 119:105": 1) Jesus saw men at feasts tak- A Love Feast Better is a din. which usually begins in March, Mrs. O. J. Strayhora, of Wild- Receipt. during month _?___ 11.'5
I v a log the chief places for themselves. that stampedes winter visItors wood has returned home. Warrant during month _
of herbs many
ner where love is, than a BaU. May 1, 1931 _.__. 111.11
PB1I ? All rellgious teacMnt. doctrine or This spirit leads to abasement in stalled ox and hatred therewith. Into going north too early in Miss Lubedia Plnholster spent oi.t. NO.-ia--- ;

PAYI BD creed, if they are to have any claim the eyes of God. Proverbs 15: 17. the season often returning into the last week. the guest of Mr. and Bal. April 1, 1831Heclpt ____ Ott63 r
of the during month ____ 191.11
topalty and devotion people must be In harmony with ((2) The most disagreeable weather of the Mrs. I. W. Plnholster of Lake City.
Illustrates
the love, whosw-word" fit into prodigal son What reply did Jesus give to the Warrant during month __ l
leans the Christ every fold and crevice thAt God is gracious to receive I. question of the rich ruler? Answer, winter season In those northern Mr. Tom Markee and Mr. Wal B a1. May. J, 111 ____ ____ 05.111
t WwiJ& and of whom it was said in John 7:40,"NEVER MAN !>!... No. 10
? THIS MAN." back a prodigal and forgive the read-Luke 18:19-25. states. Crews spent the week-end in Way n... April 1. 18S1 ________ 114.0'
: LIKE past. July 1 JIhe winter visitor who knows no cross Ga. Receipt during month ___ 1.1) '

t torn of Bradford and Union counties are Invited to use ridshnent (3)) Jesus taught that we shouldbe God Forgives and Heals Bless different reasons: "If it is so warm Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Gainey and B&L Warrant May 1.during UI1 _month__.________ U....

for news of chnroh aottvltes, organizations and an- persistent in our praying. the Lord 0 my soul and forget here in March what must it be In daughter, Lois, and Miss Idell Ills*. No. .e
freely given and no charge made-the only emet the time?" and the demons motored to Starke Bal. April 1. 1911 __.__ If
.ta. space (4) A man who is in earnest to not all his benefits: who forglveth summer on over Receipts during month ___ 51
" ; that such Items reach this oflloe before Wednesday be saved will make restitution, if all thine'! iniquities; who healeth all assumption that it must keep on last Sunday. W.rr..nt. durtns month _
.< cannot bo handled for current Issue. Sal May 1, 1521 _____ 111
otherwise
K, they 'others have been wronged. thy diseases; who redeemeth thy I growing hotter and hotter, he DI".. Nun IT

'''''---- ((3) The Parable of the Pounds life from destruction-Psalm 1103: packs up and leaves. Sal. April I ml .-_._ II

t sons we copy the subject; and the 'I teaches that faithfulness In the use, 24. But the truth Is that In the ordinary CLBBK'B-REPORTReport Warrant Receipt. during during month month____ ..... pl

.Of SCHOOL Golden Text of the twelve lessons of our abilities and opportuntles is What Is said of one who Is slowto season, as the heat waxes of th. Clerk of Circuit. Bal. May 1, 111 _______-__ 71.10 ;
SUNDAY I stronger In the north, it waxes Court In and for Bradford County: 1>'... N. IS rv'Overdraft
LESSON consecutively, as follows: required. anger? Answer read Prov. :Florida, on account of Tax* a4 .*...- April 1. 111 .___ 11e...
(1) Jesus teaches humanity (6) Jesus Instituted the Lord's 18:32.: cooler In Florida, due to ocean for th* year list.. Receipt during month .._._ ....0
and showers or C. A. Knight' tax .oto.. Warrant during month _
breezes frequent
Luke 13:1: to 14:35; "Whosoever supper as a memorial of his deathto July :2 Starke. F .., June 1, l\ II. Overdraft May: I, 131 _= 4M.OS
B80N FOR JUNE 28 1931 exalteth himself shall be abased be prepetually observed by Return to the Lord Let the heavy rains; so that Florida's sum Commtr Pl.s lNTffiM.B SINKING FUND
'" ; Christians. wicked forsake his and the mer climate is a surprise and a To bal. due May 1 ___.._9,4J1.103v DI..rat" N. a
and he that humbleth himself shall way. amt. oollct.d 41V ft Bal.
April 1 _
Jesus theId' im _....U09 14
bit: Review: be exalted;" (7) Christ was willing to drink unrighteous man his thoughts: and revelation to a northern person To bal.: du.. May it:w.: :.__.858.43m i : T itecelpts during month--- ____ ID.IS
k Savior: : Suffering and Sov- who never before has spent a sum .. A rorfeltar. W..rnt. durlns month ___
the If let
cup of shame and suffering him return unto the Lord, and
(2) The Prodigal Son Luke 19; To bal. due May 1 ..---1,150.3/ Bal May 1. 1931 ----.--_ ""."
ty. "There is joy in the of It was the Father's wilL he will have mercy upon him: and mer here. By: amt. collected _.?___ 104.IB our.---
h den Text: "For God 80 loved presence : ((8) Jesus gave up his life In order to our God, for be will abundantly Winter visitors and persons con To bal. du. May II ._______1,649.U Bat April 1. 111 ______ UT."
angels of God over one sinner thatrepenteth" C.*.tr Head a.d Bra...
his only began Receipt* during month __._ "'.11
rid, that he gave to make an atonement. for the pardon.-Isaiah 60: 7. templating a visit to Florida should ...........- Warrant during month __

en that whosoever believ- ; sins of the world. What did Jesus say about little know this fact and we residentsof To; bal. do* May 1 ..-. ___",449 IS Bat May 1, 111 _.______ II7.ltm.is
i but (8) The Rich Man and Lazarus, By amt. colleoteil _. 61141: Ulatrle N.. all '
not perish ?
\\D him should 3:18"a Luke 10:1 to 17:37: ; "Lay for (9) Christ when he walked to children? Answer read Matt. the state may count it as one of To bal due May $1 ::5,556.61O.aaty Bal. April 1, 11 ___? __ITU.U y i
everlasting life. John up Emmaus showed from the Scrip. 191315.: : our privileges to keep telling them fUU5Iaa Receipt during month __
lesson today some yourselves treasures in heaven, It-for it takes time To bal. du. May 1 ?._..... 'n.lo W..rr"nt. durtnlt month __
about
reading where neither moth trust doth tures that it was In the plan of a long By amt. collected .?._.___ 81.OtTo 8.1. May t, U. .___.11171.41
I i books give 1 Cor. 15:10-20: nor God that he should die. for correct information to spread bal du. May II .__..__ 11.... I hereby certify -that- the "forego.Ing .
as follows: "But corrupt, and where theives do not PRESBYTERIAN hundred million "...f'F ..... -Oeaeral ..statement showing balancee at
l II condensed break steal" (10)) We ought never to touch among a people. To bal. du. May 1 .........15,781 the beginning and at the ending of
through nor
uj grace of God I am what I ; liquor, because of the bad examplethat Among the millions in other By amount collected ...... .011.0 the month herein above elated, and ;
a I laboured yet not X, (4) Prayer, Luke 18; "Lord sets before others. Services Sunday, June 28, as follows states there are hundreds of thousands To baU du. May 11 _____....14,710.10C of the recelpte and warrant Issued
drinking ..*.ty :711. during said month, correspond with
the grace of God which was teach us to pray"; Repentance leads to forgiveness; : at least who cannot have a To bat du. May 1 ._.__._. 141.00 th* record of my ofllo. and I* t.....
Therefore whether it (8) Jesus in the Home of Zacchaeua 10 .. m. Sunday school J. M 'winter vacation to visit Florida at By amt. collected _.??_.__ "*.00 and correct to the best of my knowledge -
-i SM. Luke 19:1.10 "The Son of forgiveness to salvation, and salvation To> bat du. May 11 _________ 171.00 end b.Ilef. I aieo certify that '
i I or they so we preach and ; Comes only through Christ, as Truby, supt. that time, but who do hav a summer 1-etal .NOS-auala.. the following I* a list of all conatr
M believed. * But if there be man is come to seek and to save 11 a. m. Morning Worship sermon vacation, and who could visit To .ha) du. May 1 _-____l/.1t/1t dspoiltorle. showing th* balano* la '
then that which was lost"; our mediator. by the pastor. Theme, "To By amt collected ....__.- n'.11 each at tke close of the month h*
of the dead Florida during the summer. Those
nturrectlon _
\ To bal due May II -- ? ll.ltl.It In first stated, and the amount !'
artrt not risen: And if Christ (6) The Parable of the Pounds Their Own Company."' people should know that Florida Is .b s.a.l .. Security by eaeh such deposits.
Luke 19:11-28: "It is In WEEKLY SERMONETTE 7 m. Christian Endeavor top To bal due May 1 ..__.?........11 and amount of Interest paid or crIted -
iot risen, then la our preaching ; required p. not only bearable, but enjoyable, By amt. collected 441II during' said month by each a
c i, end! your faith la also vain. stewards that a man be found to the Will of God tc, "Our Attitude Toward Other In the summer season, and If they To bat du. May 11.7,1'e.$1 depository. on account of wen

i, and we are found false wit- faithful"; Luke Resignation 223943. And he came Races in this Country. Leader, can be Induced once to visit the To bal. du. May I Ilar.l.?_.?. 717.10 dally Witness balance my. or hand tlm.thl deposit* II day *f

I of God; because we have (7) Jesus Enters Jerusalem as Will Barnes. state during that time, they will By amt. collected __?_... el.01 April Itll.
M* out, and went as he was wont, to To bal. du. May 11'______. ...... A. :J.
tided of God that he raised up King Luke 19:28: to 20:47; "He Is the 'mount of Olives; and his disciples 8 p. m. Evening worship, song go or write back to their friends, Widow. rail_ ..... County Bupterlntendeit.BTOTICSJ ORirria. .

lit: whom he raised not up if Lord of lords, and King of kings"; And and sermon. advising them to "see Florida in To bal du. May 1 __.......1..0
40.
[be that the dead rise not. For (8) Jesus Preparing for the End, when he also was followed at the him.place he said Prayer meeting Wednesday evening summer," as well as in W 1ter.- To By bal.amt.du collected. May II__..-_?_..._... 754.54R..d tl.OI ,

dead rise not, then is notHit Luke 21:1 to 22:23: ; "This do in remembrance that enter not at 8 o'clock.A Zephyrhills News.EOOTSEY'S A. Brldg* Internet end Sink.lag .
unto them Pray
ye -
raised: And If Christ be not of me"; Into temptation. 41. And be was cordial Invitation to all our To bal. du. May VM 1 ..__....U... In the matter of the .eiUt of J...

your faith Is vain; ye are (9) Jesus in Gethsemane. Luke them about astone's services extended to all. By amt collected ___._._.._l,70l.OI .. Oreen. deceased.
sins. Then they also 22:24.71; "Father, if thou be willing withdrawn from To bat due May It ________40,111.11a. Notice I. 'hereby! given to all per
In your cast and kneeled down and BAPTISTSunday W. ALDERMAN CI.rk.By Sons Interested In the above *..t..t.te .
Uh. are fallen asleep in Christperl8hed. remove this cup from me: nevertheless prayed 42. Saying. Father If thou Blanch A.'Vandlvlere! U. C. >> be and appear at tb* office of the s

If in this life only not my will, but thine; '' BEACH nounty Judge at the court houe lnt.rk"
be willing remove this cup from school at 10 a. m., A. J. Bradford county, Florida, on
lave! hope in Christ, we are of be done"; nevertheless not will but the 10th C day at 10OOn'olovk : i
me: my Come time and :l. JYd..UT
supt. on
Thomas a, m. and ,
men most miserable. But nowChrist (10)) Jesus Crucified, Luke 23: COUNTY .lUnINTJallfnJaNT'
thine be done. 43. And there appeared keep on coming. even If It Is warm. Miss Lucille Thomas of MONTHLY riNANCI STATMMBNT here to how cause, It any, why
Penney
risen from the dead and "He was wounded for our transgressions .
. an, angel unto him from COUNTY; SCHOOL FUNDS the petition of Annie It. (been, Widow
brae the first fruits of them be was bruised for our Worship at 11 a. m. and 8 p. m. Farms returned home last Sunday, to have her "hi hI'* part In the
heaven, strengthening him Mid-week service Wednesday at Kald eilnte, laid off *et apart andaulgned
M ilept" Iniquities-the; chastisement of our Prayer: It shall be well with after spending three weeks herewith Bradford county for the month .f l to her. In accordant with
before his death Jesus peace was upon him; and with his 8 p. m. her cousin, Miss Frankle Lou April. 1931. law should not b. granted.
Btatly .....
them that fear God. (letter II. Funds Done and ordered at Stark, Flu !'
Id to his desclple. (Jno. 14.19), stripes we are healed"; CORINTH BAPTIST CHURCH Murrhee. Overdraft April 1, loll _...mo.16 ida. p
Maine I live, ye shall live also. (11) The Resurrection and the Mrs. J. L. Gasklns was a visitor llecelpt during month _,---.4665.54 I WltneiB, th* Honorable Qeorg A.
DAILY BIBLE READINGS Warrant during month _..'"0.9 Gardiner, the ProbateCourt
HUM verses contain some moat Ascension Luke 24; "It is Christ Preaching Saturday night 800.: to Starke Tuesday. Overdraft May 1, 11111 _._..1105.111 of Br..doJou: Florida.
iportant of all statements in the that died rather, that is risen Mr. Harvey Bolton of Jackson. !>!.'. N*. 1 and the seal of add court this nth
yea June 28 Sunday school Sunday 10 a. m. visiting at L. M. Murrhee's "".. April 1. 1811 .._.-. ,__ 411..1 day. of June 1931.
You should study them again who is even at the right Live Right Today Boast not Preaching at 11 o'clock. After yule was Hecelpt during month .... -- 161.11Warrant. Ufc/OnUM/ A. OARDtNEU!:
maketh intercession last Sunday. during month ..._ ((8BIAL)
, 11. hand of God, who also -
thyself of tomorrow; for thou preaching dinner will be served Miss Bertice Gasklns Is spend. Bal. May 1, 1H91 ___.?..? "'.95 Bradford C untyFlorida., .
Ai review of the quarter's les for us": knowest not what a day may bring and In the afternoon a song service. DI.,. N*. a .U-5t.n..
lug a while at Jacksonville visitingher Bal. April 1, mi ._.._ 119.6(1(
forth.-Proverbs 27:1.: Everybody invited to attend uncle and aunt Mr. and Mrs. lieaelpt during month__... 107.71Warrants NOTICE or TAX VHtVALHATlOlf
What breaks the connection between . these services. during month .... 10.15
E. W. Rosier. Bal. May 1, 1881 ____.____.._ 494.04 -
lake_ Up Your Liver Bile God and Ulan T Answer read Mrs. J. 1.. Gasklns and Misses 1)1.5. .... a Th<* board of county romml*.lon. i,
Isaiah 09:1, 2.. SEE FLORIDA'IN SMUMER Bal. April 1, 1K11 .....'"1.00 er. of Bradford county, Florida. v
Lucille Thomas and Frankie Lou I
Ileoelpt during month ._ 111.11 meet at the eourthoo. In the olr
'
June 27 Murrhee were visitors to Starke Warrant during month ?__. 140.9 onto on Monda"l July 0th, 1931
The Tender Shepherd He shall The weather that this section of and afternoon. Bal. May 1, 1991 .-..__._2910.ID a board 1..1'. for the p-
-Without Calomel Lawtey Saturday N.. pone of hearing complaint and
4Bal.
F he last week should Diet.
feed his flock like a.shepherd: Florida enjoyed Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Thompsonand April 1. 1111 __.__ til.II oelvlng testimony a. to the value
shall gather the lambs with his help it materially In qualifying as children spent Sunday near Ttecelpf during month _.-_ ... 1.10 any property, real or personal or
-- Warrant during month __ mixed, a* fixed by the tax aaorfor
Id TonH Jump Out of Bed H tab Ml*ta ass infra. '*b'.!ert Mel arm, and carry them In his bosom. a summer resort against competition Lawtey. Bal. May 1, 1131 ___._?..?- tit.41 the :year IDS, against the owneror
Aa.a'1*..fcnj J4MV.lafeto..*. .-Isaiah 40: 11. of any other section of the Miss Margie Fenn of Waycross PI... No.Bal. a agent of such property.

i(the Morning lUrln*to Go a. Hast. ay iMt MMUM,. T.a use a What is the promise If we stay United States. With day temperatures Ga., Is visiting her uncle and aunt, Receipt.. April during 1, 111 month........ 14117 n.RO. Chairman of J.Board 1* UNUIGIUIItJ of County Com

Ua..W w.w aa4f.wknaU.if...i.... with the Lord? Answer, read- of from 69 to 80 degrees Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Peele.BROOKER. Warrant. during month ..._ 10.80' mlmlnner. Bradford County rl...

BI-JB W sour and rank and the sIIM 11ssL ssl la Mi.nil.. YrnrlMERES ... 2 Chron. 152, 7. Fahrenheit and night tempera. Hal May 1, mat!>!.'..No.____T_--..._. 17101 D.Attest W. ALDERMAN

%tipinik, !nt:! mineral..... adl, laxative; ......... A Good Name the Best Asset-A has surely not been the torrid place .I r"dJ I :um.ih; .... 129.43

4r m chewing gem and topeot) good name is rather to be chosen that many people who have never Bal.Warrant May during 1. UU month____.,.__-_...111.1. or ADOPTION or MINOR

to oak* UT FWaIgMAe' .... ...d W than great riches and loving fa spent a summer in Florida ImagineIt "'.t. N*. NOverdraft Notice I* hereby given to all par-

_sntandfuUd11ma41ab ...............a.,............ vour rather than silver and gold.- to be.Candor. Mls Vera Gainey, Cor, Receipt during April 1 month, Itll __._.-.._._ tU.1I 1.0 tie concerned. and to. the public ..n.
rally that four week after the dat
f-7: ..? do U. Tl y ...,. !y ela'i ttvilaal, t.-a pd.YI Proverbs 22: 1. however, compels us Warrant during month __-_ of thin notice. or a. noon threaftia

lie"I'M. .I W.........../..tlaia a seer w Why did Jesus say unto all. both Floridians to admit that this May Mr Wain Moore and niece, Mil Overdraft May Diet.T, N.111 0._.-. 121.4 w* may be heard tb.tae under-

doaas ................... young and old Watch? Answer, weather, like most of the weatherof dred Craig, of Jacksonville, were Bal. April 1, 111 .... 149 signed. Z. Adkln will apply. Jude to of the HonorableA. Twentjr-

tar lolFg at at fsalblg gtl.........1a 8w.a..AlllralwA1tAaa. read-Matt. 244244. last winter, Is rarely unusual. visiting friends and relatives here Receipt during month.._..._ 410Warrant. sixth Judicial Circuit of Bradford

leah It *Kojld. pear art teas .ta4.sl. .a(.w. M. ..n1.a Ot.91f t6 June 29 The early spring temperature in Saturday night. Bal. May J during, 111 _month_.____.., III." County order authorising, at Htarke the, Florida adoption, for by an n*

elf IIqgI4 boa 15110 ye!tl0aa11 I ........1'1414.5...w.fre etl.ti6la Trusting God: 0 Lord my God Florida is usually almost as high Mr. II. P. Gainey and A. B. Sur. out. N.. ieBal. of Fred Jones. Atlas Fred IMunkett,
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April 1, 111 _. .... 1417
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la/i* I in thee do I put my trust; save me as the summer temperature doubt. rency were transacting business in Rnretpts during month ___ 44 .1 a minor*"*. of three and one-half yearsof

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J. H. BUTLlflJt.ttlt1S. .
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DOROTHY DARNIT By. Charles MManusPoobioT I .

C NOTICH; Or APPLICATION FOR
.r II I TAX DEED
YE9 AND l = 'S1..er.I -
THE WAY I I1 U.T
A, PIECE OF WHAT KING OP
e pOtND Notice I I. hereby given, that
CAKE FOR YOU ,,:,''l'''''';'J...r'j'' '''' CAKE wn9THAT C KE ? 1t3AKED I !B.T IT. I THOUGHTIT dilution a.lgna.. and, holder of (
CAKE A TOM certificate No. liT) Sloth day of igu
WAS
IT
DOROTHY' MAMA .t, A. J>. ma. ha* filed said otlflcato
AAA In my office and mad I
plication for tax deed to issue the
OOH on In accordance with law. C?._
certificate embrace the following d
GoooY described' properly altuated In Bradford *
county. Florida to-wlti
.1 Commence at Northwest corner of
r
Northeast quarter of flouthwetJuarter 1
and run East 30 rod South
n i Wet 10 rods North le rod
8 to beginning, Section 1 Township 7,
South Rang 11 Bust. -I acres.
The assessment nf said propertyunder
the said certificate Issued wag
In the name of Elisabeth Ullsson.
6 Unles said certificate shall be r*.
deemed. according to 1.Wtaa deet
11 will !.*.. thereon on the Itth da)
of Jane A. I>. 1931.Dated .
tal 1* tlrd day of May, A D.
1521.
a. W. ALDERMAN
N' Clerk of Circuit Court
Bradford County, Florida.
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i mortem or GUARDIAN SALS


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--- - ----- -- --- - -, I. hereby give. that thirty
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; By L. F. VanZelmuily'i11l the Itth day of i..t lilt, I the andrlgad -
\ SmEET'--- . Willie Mae)
'THE MAIN THING ON MAIN i Brown Cordelia Brown and W.,, A.
Brown Jr., Minor helre of W. A.
9r1f9 ta01f8f eyMpAr Brown da*aad, will apply to the
: .
erbtL-'St'tevta MAIfT St Ho.. G*.. A. Gardiner county Jadg
ef Bradford County, Florida, for "
6VERYSCDY 114EY MIIAQD order to sell at private sale the Of
; ; MOtif alga. f fourth undivided. Interest ....b
MBBOTOF
Dom \ // aid minor1 In and to the follow.
HAIH TQEeT1 Be4-bet Shop 1 J414T 5fT OH. CLOTV4 A" described land lying and being
/ HOT L Bradford County: Florida to-witi
JAtO MINDED' PAPER MAIR CUT** ClflAgVFOa GALS '3054e. al 9roa WM b ( Tb. We.t-Twelv (II)! Aare*
me. KrrcHgf4 LAP/v. ( lb W-IE tho North Half of the South*..
m 011. E Dun'" quarter of the Southwest quarter of ,
TOOK SCARES -D"A sIA T N8MAlrl ertlon Twenty-three 411), Town
i'LL 8E hip Bl* (I), loath of Rang Twenly r
STRICT Dori' 6013 wo (ll> Kaat.Till Y
pAQE 50211E tiWbllrlGZDI( >'11045W Ilia day of May till p
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11ayE BEEn 1)QAGGU1t.4& ) > Notice I I. hereby given that sixty
51b day: after date hereof on to-wltj
.1 4CAMDALr the.t:44:1.:1: July 111, I the 6.n.
7 E rolse't OIV.QT4 .t of th. **tato ,
MAIM. of atphn" DI.... deceased will present -
STREET ARE my voucher. and final accountto
*
190NDER the Honorable 0.... A. Gardiner ,
ItiG III 'ft.I.-r-U 25 vrl'w county judge of Bradford County J
CAa.lU P Florida and ask for hi* approval i
) 4&cr. and my discharge a* such admlnl*
trator
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TCLBOItAFn S TARKE FLORIDA FnID\V.ln_ ,
DHADFORD COUNTY 1Io II...

PAGE EIGIIT __ to be chosen unanimously Lion, and partly through the neglect day. ItEOISTR. nON BooItS
a ought and
I saw this ad before, figured
Bradford County Telegraph 'for the Job.-Winter Park Herald. of earlier their own a modern officials method to recog-of all over several sheets of paper The regtstrat-not

I From Other Pens I -i -O- Honored nize transportation which the shippers trying to get five acres out of It. city of Starke, Florida booty mat
Johns
M.
Established 1877 Senator Everett have found to be practical. and then came to the cpncluaion the office of the clert4
II ,I llll I.MI l (Green Cove Springs Crescent.) that possibly it was me that In all registration of elector ..

Fridays and Entered as Second Class The Starke Telegraph "takes In During the later hours of the probability it was me and if was TUx to August 8th, 1931,fro
,
Weekly on
III
Published FloridaE. a lot of territory" when It saya Florida state Senate: each two years me, or wasn't. me, that when you C. A.li'r""
Matter at the Post Office at Starke, Kingsley Lake is the finest in the presiding officers for the term looked at It again or moved it to Registration Otnau";:

S. Matthews ____________ Owner and Publlshei Florida."-Lake Wales Highland.er. two years hence,Js chosen, and various J another page, that you would correct 6-26-2t. Stark."'1
Managing Editor And It's not even in Bradford attaches are assigned to various k # It, but, you have now movedIt -_. ,
_
J. C. Robinson _________________ county senators of the bold-over to page seven, and It looks Just -

-pOur terms, to supply. This has been a I the same, and so I thought I would

SUBSCRIPTION RATE congratulations to Gene custom of many years standing and expose my Ignorance and bite,, Mr. and Mrs.-E. S.

$1.50 Six Months, T5e-Payable in Advance Matthew and J. C. Robinson, of it has simplified the organization New Hyde Park Long Island,, What makes five acres? er, daughter. June isr7'1 1II
Yearly ;
the Starke Telegraph. Last week of the state senate. Shortly before When alfalfa first came around Mr. and II
York June 20 1931. Mrs.
Application New B.
Advertising Rates en marked the fifty-fourth birthday the adjournment of the regular out west, another fellow and I were Starke. daughter I:. 11\1\:

_. MV !" of the Telegraph, which IB one of session last week this custom was My dear Sirs: editorial column I traveling together, and we heard Mr. aDd Mrs Lewis June ltl

the newsiest weeklies in the state. .adhered to and Senator Everett M. I notice in your to them talking about alfalfa, and we tey, son. June Crrta'
Florida. words: "According 20th
the following
It's summer in -Wauchula Advocate. Johns, representing Bradford and did not know what It was. We seen ..Mr..and Mrs.
had W.
Fensacola a big S.
o -0-- Union counties, was chosen to be headlines" them standing in'groups and sayIng Graham, daughter an,.
of the senate when It as- feet. "Alfalfa" often June 21It,
Did the legislature adjourn? Would be unkind to say Talla- president I wonder If this means,"thai the word very Mr. and Mrs. C C.lUrrta. i
sembles two hence,
years and'I kept wondering
My partner Cove
hoochee la fuUlbluster? Starke that Springs, i i1 daughter
had big feet or ,JUlIe
-0 Just off-hand we'd say' Senator Johns Is one of the somebody what alfalfa was, however, my "-1 1 I
J i' article in one Florida city. Telegraph. unkind younger members of the senate, Pensacola had a small fete f parn re'l curiosity got the better of lkCAL -
Gas is a cheap not. Many, many more COMPANY 7p
than that little have but he, has been one of the most I notice that the Bradford County him, and when we went to dinner AC
things gag
o conservative, active and far-seeing Telegraph has an inside article and the walter -
and without a ; In a restaurant
said
been printed,
in hot weather of the and his counsel that has, inside this article, some Headquarters Comply; i
l It's no trouble to start an argument great deal of either harm or good members body, la came around and asked what we Battalion,; will leave
o being done.-Clennont Press.' and advice is sought on the Inside Information that the sun would have for dinner, my partner their two woks Shut;
most piatters of legisla Florida has expanded 20 rds squareto tralnln*
Important said: "I will take some alfalfa U PI!
---p '
-
time for another candidate to announce for governor. tion. .His conceptions.Invariably. five acres. Sunday, July 8th,'at Camp]
About please.
The state now gets a fee of $10 you near Jacksonville
o on all commissions'Issued by the lead him In the right,direction and Now we have been wondering if So, if you can set me right about the Florida NatlQb.al Other UtIlI!
b.,tully familiarizes'himself with the sun works this way on peopleIn this 20 rds. being five acres,, Guard.uJ
square
and governor. That little act It goingto sembre there
celebrated by son for
Last Sunday was Father's Day, make notary publics harder to all measures before be registers Florida, that have a very good maybe that 10 acres we have northof lode;. this trainlnc I

daughter with new outfits. find than Hoover's famoua corner, his vote on them. Mr. Johns Is a elementary education. Why. Why, Starke la 20 acres If ao, Mr
lawyer and has built up for himself why: What would it do for a fel-
+ us most of them get little or noth- Courtney slipped one over on us.
S-0--- In the home low that has a very poor elemen-
a fine practice Earl Cook Sr.
with fireworks- ing for serving the pubUc.BtarkeTelegraph.
\:, Tallahassee should celebrate the Fourth One result of too much town of Starke, and the surround tary education? "Ah-toe. Or- 1

;if the legislature Is in session seeking for "new sources of reve- ing territory., sumpln'." FLORIDATHE
: 0--- nue'7Lak. Wales Highlander. He Is a born fighter, and when Say, if it la as much hotter down
r he arrives at his conclusions he has there today, as the number of degrees -
the collect o
Customers of Tampa loan sharks are meeting between here*and there would MILLER ,
the courage of his convictions and
An old lady walked Into the
t smile. It could be than here m Jan.. BIttknr.Uer. c... GAINESVILLE i
indicate ,
; tors with bullets instead of a judge's office. "Are you the judge stands for them resolutely and de FLA
o of Reprobate T" she Inquired. "I terminedly.. That's the kind of bet the mosquitoes are all dead. ==s=s= s=.i
,h P. S. I for the price of Mr. Frankle Brooks of Winter \
men we need 'In public positions : signed
in regard am the Judge of Probate replied
After viewing "Trader Horn" our suspicion one ,these days. thirty-five cents above the price Haven is spending the summer Program Week June I
tits honor, with a smile. "Well,
lot of wild life in Hollywood. of the Starke Florida, or the with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. 1
has been confirmed--there's a that's It, I expect," answered the I We, In Clay county, know Sena- paper, .
-----0--------- old lady. "You see," she went on tor Johns welL He Is from our Bradford County Telegraph for Walter Brooks. TODAY
"Dixie" to enableme Mr. and :Mrs. T. J. Blackwelder,
neighbor county of Bradford and enough papers
other word to replace confidentially, "my husband died
Newspapers should coin some to look wise at the and Miss Viola Edenfleld returned
has often been In''Green Cove postmaster Sensational
detested and left several little In- Drama
pretty when used with illustrations of some beauty contes- Bdela, and I want to be their execu Springs attending the interestsof when I call for my mail (to pay yesterday from North Carolina,
; for tha times he has been lookIng where they have been attending a
tants.. tioner."-Ex. his clients. He Is a man of delightful up "The Primrose Path
t personality and he Impresses wise at me) and now it seems week's revival.
-oTbe
--- oAs ----- Session's-Beet Joke all who meet him with his that these papers must be yearly Mr. Virgin Brooks left Tuesdayfor With

the last days of the extra session approached, the The house showed good sense In spirit of fairness ,We feel a pecul- papers, or semi-yearly, or semi- Brooker. -

r governor passed the buck to the house1 and the house passedit killing the resolution requesting .tar Interest In him and his success sumpln', because I do.not get any Mr. Gordon Holton left Sunday Ilelen Foster
I because we feel that he is almostone mall, as usual. for Newberry.
the and state ,
governor comptroller
back. of us.While As a matter of fact, If these pa- Mr. Raymond Dicks spent Monday Added Laurel Hardy Com*
to furnish information as to ,
o ... yearly papers, I night with Mr. Eddie Carlisle
the number of legislators holding the presidency the State pers are only sup-
Rebuilding of the Alachua county section of state road state office during their term In Senate of Florida Is a very high pose they will send me "one" before Miss Iris Dicks and Miss Ellen SATURDAY"PUBLIC
im- honor, we are sure that Senator they send next years renewal Blackwelder spent Monday night
i"i be started before the old pavement becomes the legislature. If the house wantsto
13 should with Miss Effie Holton.
forbid holding of two offices at Johns Is destined to be called to price. ENEMY1With
passable. the same time, let It pass a law still higher places of trust and In I notice a few weeks ago that Mr. Arlie Carlisle of Ocoee was
o against It. Tallahassee Daily these he will serve with credit to you fellows down there, are only here last week with friends and

Chronicle thinks the next governor is going Democrat. himself and honor to the people of going to have the legislature meet relatives.
Inverness Florida. once in eight years, and the next Mr. and Mrs. A. V. Blackwelderand Jean Harloio

to inherit a lot of grief, but that won't keep candidates from Seems that-0-a joker,In the chain .- week or two I notice that you are children and Mrs. J. B. Hove-

tore tax bills Higher Rail Rates No Solution talking about calling an extra session. cok and children and :Miss Ellen
announcing.
Y puts a penalty on & Tuesday
o the Independents, assessing a tax (Tallahassee Dally Democrat) However, I suppose this is for Blackwelder were dinner guests of Monday.
the of and Mrs. C. W. Carlisle Sun-
for Mr
purpose adjourning
fjr- upon the value of stock carried. The Florida I .
We vote for additional taxes upon ourselves and then railroad commission I eight years. Winnie LightnerIn
&s the chains can ,for a day.Mr.
arrange Itself
\ seek relief from the legislature. We will get relief when our much quicker turnover than the Independents record very as properly opposed to placed any increase on Well, If that article or advertisement Guy Carlisle of Ocoee, is
under the caption of Noticeof spending a while here In our section -
It Is not necessary for in the interstate rates
bills are paid. freight as
i; Application for Tax Deed, is with friends. "Gold Dust Gertie"Added
them to
carry on each stor.'sshelvel railroads
requested by of the coun-
4 o right about 20 rds. square being Mr. Cleve Harris and Mr. Guy
as heavy a stock as single of the interstate
try
Avery Powell suggests the swallow as the bird for our stores have to carry, hence this: commission. commerce five' acres, maybe after all the Carlisle were guests of Mr. and Boy Friend Corned
; notorious for swallowingmost of u New York "Sun". is worse than the Mrs. C. W. Carlisle. "Let's Do Things"
national emblem. Americans are part the tax'probably will fall Florida would be''hardest hit of
r
( Florida "Sun", as we hear so much :Miss Iris Dicks was the guest of
more heavily upon the Independents all of the states the
of country, excepting -
anything. about, for I am certain that this Miss Iva McLeod Sunday after
than upon the chains.-Lees- probably, California, if the WEDNESDAYBathiniBeauty
'& o New York "Sun" Is a bad one to- noon.
burg Commercial. railroads were allowed to increase __ u__n_ _.______..____.__ __..___ _____un ____.____.nn.__________ _
Exchange tells of one householder with this sign on his -0- their Interstate 'freight rates by

selling some When They Laugh IS per cent. Any action of the
porch: "The last man killed on this porch. was !
(Wauchula Advocate.)
Florida railroad commission to defeat -
t kind of a brush." An Englishman, according to the, the railroads' movement is in 8th ANNUALVOLUSIA

o popular legend, gets,three laughs defense of our largest Industries, Contest

The funny part about those business men who wont ad- rrom a joke-first, when the joke' citrus growing and trucking, and COUNTY
Is told; second, when It is explained In defense of the consumers of the
vertise their.stores is that they are paying their competitors'advertising to him, and third, when he understands state to whose grocery bill the In- On the stage to select 308

bill.Clermont it. creased freight charge would be GAINESVILLE to be leAClearwatel'
SUMMER FROLICS ., The candidate r
o The Frenchman gets only the added. t
drat two--he never sees the point. From every Indication given, the be selected by audience
qa,, Press 'digs down in musty volumes and dis- The German gets one-he won't railroads are attempting In- plause. The contest will be I beat

covers that a gold digger is merely a flapper who has lost her walt for an explanation. crease the long-haul rate, at the ,JULY 2.34 9:00 p. m..

amateur standing And the American gets none at expense of the Interstate shipper, On The Screen
ill, because he's heard the joke be- so that they'-may, decrease the
0----- DAYTONA BEACH
fore. short-haul raternuj 'compete with FLORIDA Apartments'With' ]
} Leslie George in his column in the Taylor County News, --1> motor truck freight ,transportation. .'. Bachelor

,stated that the improved brands lipstick allow one to kissa Looking at the situation dispassionately The--short-haul business, according
advisedly, precariously to. the assertion of all railroad AUTO RACES-FIREWORKSChildren's
girl without getting carbon copy. and without malice aforethoughtwe men everywhere, has always Lowell Sherman

"t o truly believe that tad the office been handled atta loss, yet the

4 Floyd Gibbons might be the.fastest talking man on'the boys In the respective doml- railroads.are now trying to reduce Parade-Beach Costume Revue Irene Dunn _
ilea of the Tarpon Springs Lead- the price of this business so that
,, radio today but he has nothing on the speed with which,the sr, the Clermont Press, the Inverness they can get more of It. Bathing Beauty Contest-Base Ball

average radio listener forgets what he has said. Chronicle and the Starke Florida .18| completely at the lOc & 50c

o Felegra'ph-plus the Sun had mercy of the railroads. She Is Boxing-Band Concerts-Grand Ball

Been asked to pick the winner of forced to use them to send her
intends to eat if they can't get
force even
Perry News the beauty prize for "Miss ,uni- products to market and she Is forced -

hold of any money, announcing their intention of swapping verse" we would have agreed with to use them to get foodstuffsand 3 Big Days-3 Big NightsBETTER OVER WORKED

subscriptions for anything to eat coming out of the country. the choice of the Dallas wrecking necessities from the markets. NERVES
rew in awarding :Miss Belgium tt Is no uncommon thing for Flor-
.
.fhb"s o the honor. Do we hear a second to ida shippers to send carloads of
Clearwater News says South Florida has nothing in common the motion T-r-Galnesvffle Daily fruits or vegetables to market only

;'" with North Florida except to support it. North Florida 3un.. to find that their yalue in the markets -
-0Out ls not worth the coat of
-- get
;?' taxpayers ,are' advised to pass this information to., their of the present wrangle In ting them there. Just at the present -

tax; collectors. the legislature over the gas tax time, potatoes are rotting In N
0t division should come
would be fair to all counties, large o*, happy to say, being given to '
t Ft. Lauderdale has organized a bicycle club as a protest md small.' The 'present,plan of the;needy,j..becauset c they will not I Q" .

against the 'present excessive taxes on automobile owners. 41v1 lon Is not fair to the small bring a price in the markets to pay I

Bicycle riding is like dancing, you have to learn how-but ountles. bonding to build highways the railroad freight Any changeIn
'
sonnecUng the more populous sec- rates of all railroads would not
/ anyone can walk. Jons. Bradford county, for In- help Florida citrus interests in "

0 itance. put a fortune in highways: their competition with. California /;:

*, One of the advantages of the extra two-cent gas tax, according and today these roads are benefit- citrus Interests because, at the
ting more business Interests and present time the.California growers -
to Senator Butler of Jacksonville, outside'of eliminating sitlaens) of Duval county than they can get their fruit to the eastern -

taxes will be in showing "the people ln Bradford. Starke 'market at lower rate .
Il all state ad valorem are Tele- a per ton- fa
.n !
taxes caused by counties and municipalities graph. The same condition prevails mile than can Florida growers. |JP TO war high :-
J back home" that high are fIft?7 nerve at
In Baker county, only more We have no particular sympathy witt
J and not the state. Quite true, but why pick the aGo owing to the short distance to for motor freights transportation, t No and wand bark oyonsn.ptb* the eMMfr* I.

; gas tax ford teacher? :raoksonvnl.Baker County but Would suggest to the railroads TIMES Watch owtl., Ogdeple.!
Pr.... that they attempt. In some way to a.eva may lead to
a2t o -o-- meet the competition through u. d ....... Nrdon't !:.
The state farm highway grade Is ready for surfacing, Apparently Congressman Green J making ran transportation convenient .. } aDd a os, .

and even now without the hardsurface it is the most attractive was to much for the entire legislature and more of a service to.ship This dawn will come for :- ,..,. trY cUeturba'WIly Dr Mme ''

roadway in'the county. The careful attention given to, so we are not going to havea pers. No doubt ihe' present depression you the minute you start D.UBC you N.nlas Tabletsd
I new fifth district but will doubtless has had much to do with half
systematic banking.The In
what be done Jost one a
aoddlng and shaping the shoulders shows can I have another congreasman-at- the loss of business of the railroads.The -' makes a pleasant.> ap+A"
Adding to that is the In that have not had the man of affairs is the
: toward beautifying Florida highways. arge. Well. case there is consumers ting drink delightfully

number of fine :farms lining the highway on both sides. lust one man who will step out In money to buy. arWeUrwnl" are man with a checking ac- to overtaxed nerves. Is DG'! I
the clear ahead of all other candidates shipped by freight, ., It, stands to count. Accumulate 2 Dr. Miles' Nervine Jqaid sad
e---0 and that Is the Hon. John T. reason that ,a ,raise in rates, anda made In two forms-Both Mw

Avery Powell says a ten-cent gas tax would put any stateon Alaop. Jr., mayor of Florida, who consequent raise in the coat to enough money to open an Effervescent seething Tablet.effect.

its feet. Florida's eight-cent tax, if enacted is going to resides In Jacksonville when he Is the consumer, of the articles ship an account here. _the same 11.00 at year cine stuff
home occasionally This job of ped, is not going to solve the situa
k result in the state losing one of its'biggest taxpayers. Suc- ongressman-at-large .. cut exact- tion. It probably would make It LJ W MI.ES'I

cess of the various lobbying groups against new taxes this ly to Mayor John's measure. He worse. Increasing the burdens of The BANK of STARKEAN ""t'1"e m

session has pointed out the course of action to automobile is just the kind of a man to want the consuming public Is not going .e. 1&
HONOR
to the railroads out of hole ROLL BANKE.
his constituency to Include the entire pun a ( NERVINE
associations and they are already at work for the next state and his audience the Into which they have dropped, S. Matthews. Pres. R. J. Davis Cashier 'fig , !\I' F. T'i'

(, gathering of lawmakers. whole of North Amerca. He partly because of a general condi :





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