Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: January 8, 1932
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
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System ID: UF00027795:01009
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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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1-' Bradford \Women NO UNION QUITTER AND BRADFORD4H AMONG ( Senator Everett M. Johns Dies In State Taxes Are Municipal PlafftEmployees To Get Green Selected k'

, ; Win Prizes InState There were<< CLUB no quitters BOYS Jacksonville Hospital Wednesday Reduced And Salary Reduction County Attorney -,

among Union and Bradford At the regular meeting of the
county 4-H club boys. One board of bond trustees, held Mon
Contest hundred of them started the Frrsldrnt-Eleict of Semite Falls to OPENING OF TUB Credit Retained day, January 4th, the following The board of county commissioners -
Rally From Relapse Following members were J. E. Cor
year keeping records on their FLA. CHAVTAUQUA met In regular session Monday
Long nine**. penlng, chairman H L. Brownlee
work, and every one of them January 4, 1932 with all members :
j Bradford county has the honorof turned In a complete record FEBRUARY NINTHThe Saving of the state's credit and A letter was received from the present as follows: J. L Underhill,
having six women win in theo book, reports County Agent Senator Everett Markley Johns reduction of taxes are the two most city con( *e'il suggesting certain re- chairman; .T. M. Rosier, G. W. Hln- ,
tate Home Improvement and Gar- L. T. Dyer. Fifty-eight of the died suddenly at 7:45: : o'clock Wed Florida Cttautauqua will Important accomplishments of the ductlons > $ salaries of the employee son, J. Q. Crews and R T Octeen. "
den Contest. This decision was boys were In the corn club, nesday night at St. Vincent's Hospital open Its sixth annual session on first three years of his administration of Kj light and water On motion duly seconded the
reached after pictures and papers 29 raised Crotalarla, 11 grew Jacksonville, following an February: ninth at Keystone Governor Doyle Carlton plant After consideration of board of county commissioners ,
had been submitted at the state of- pigs, and 2 had poultry. illness of two weeks duration. Heights sy j said Thursday as he was upon the same the following were fixed by went on record as favoring the '
fice in Tallahassee. Death resulted from double pneumonia The program Is almost completeand threshold of his last year In the the board. Superintendent $150.o' 18th amendment, with no dissentIng "
These ladles who won state recognition complicated with pleurisy. contains the following. very attractive chief executive's chair. per month, engineers $7500 per vote, one member not voting.
In Home Improvement are Apparently he had passed the crisIs features: The coming twelve months, until month linemen $200 per day. Petition asking that Mrs. Mar-
Mrs. W. J. Epperson, Mrs. G. W New Motor Law and was recovering when a relapse The opening number will be "The Jan. 8, 1933, when his successor The board ordered that delinquent garet Norton be placed upon the
Alderman, Mrs. A. J. Underhill and set in late Wednesday, and Last Car", by the ever popular takes office, Governor CArlton bills of the plant must be pauper roll was refused A,
t, Miss Rosa Moore of Starke; Mrs. weakened by the long Illness, he Green Room Players of Stetson declared would be devoted to reduc- paid on a basis of not lens than 10( Petition asking that J. E. Hodges

Thomas Brown of Hampton; Mrs Effective \VithYear's was unable to rally from the at- University. tion of state operating costs to percent per month and current be placed upon the pauper/ roll was .,i:
J. C. Jones scored third In the state tack. Prior to entering the hospital Other numbers to follow are a their minimum and placement of bills to be paid promptly. Superintendent laid over for want of funds. .)
garden contest.In Senator Johns had been In III Joint literary program by Jessie state Instltulons, such an the hospital to be furnished list on the On motion duly seconded! and by '
December 1930, a Senior health for several weeks. I Rlttenhouse and her husband Clin- for Insane and Raiford penitentiary 15th of the month and where services vote of the board Blanche Rober- '
Home Improvement contest was OpeningAll He Is survived by his widow, a ton ScoUard. famed for their upon as near as possible a are not paid as above same son was stricken from the pauper '.
put on In the state and the ladles daughter, Gloria Elizabeth; his poetry and anthologies, the Glee self supporting basis. i iI must be discontinued. The su- roll.

Just mentioned became contestants. mother, Mrs A. M. Pettit, Ala- Club of the University of Florida, Governor Carlton declared today perUcndent not to act as collector i Mr.! Floyd Green was elected as ,
The Home Improvement contestwas Passenger "t'hlel.Now Under chua; one brother, C. E. Johns, the Little Theater of Jacksonville, I he believed Florida's future to be as service Is to be discontinued' prosecuting attorney at $2 .00 per
divided into six classes, Includ- Supervision of Railroad Baldwin; a sister, Mrs. A. J. Williams which was so well received last sea- bright and the state In better con- without further notice. month and $5.00 for each convtc-
ing the kitchen, dining room, living Body Alachua; his step-father, A son, W. E. Browne, of Atlanta, who dition than other In the The board' also rained the
any country -
room, bed room bath room and M. Pettit, Alachua and two half will bring motion pictures In colorsof : to take advantage of any up- amount.. of deposits to be require; .lonMr.. Floyd Green was elected as
artistic planting. Florida's new motor vehicle law brothers A. ;M. Pettlt. Jr., and Florida birds and animals, Arthur turn on the road to national eco- by stores, refrigeration plants, motion advisory attorney for the board of ;l
Mrs. Epperson, Mrs. Alderman Marion Pettit, Alachua. : Rees in his famed lecture picture shows and other prob-
of 1931 went Into effect January 1, nomic normalcy. County commissioners at 927.60 per :j
r and Miss Rosa Moore became con- Mrs Johns his brother and oth- ; The Soul of Russia, Dr. Woodwardof heavy utters from $500 deposit -, year. j
placing all "for hire" carriers, Briefly summarizing his admin- I
testants in artistic planting. Pictures er members of the family were at the state game and fish com- to $23 00. I The following ,.
common carriers and contract car startlon, Governor Carlton pointedout I reports were received -
,.s were made of the yard before rlers under direct supervision of! the bedside when Senator Johns mission and a number of others : and ordered filed: Miss
the work was begun and the yard the state railroad commission.The died, as was D. P. McKinnon, ;Miami which canot be announced at this 1. State and county taxes are NEW INTANGIULE Pearl Jordan, home demonstration
scored, these were submitted to the a friend of the family. His time, agent jail and t,
lower ; Inspector
chief changes In the 1931 on average property now countyudge.
Miss Pearl Jordan, mother arrived at the hospital a The full TAX IS EFFECTIVE
state office by law over the old law are the regu- program will be published than at any time In the last eightto .
home demonstration agent of Brad- moment before his death. in about two weeks and season The following officers filed
lation of ten
contract carriers and the years; state mlllage Is lower reports -
ford county, after many changes Inclusion of "for; hire" carriers un- The body was brought to Starke tickets will be. placed on sale at than at any time since 1913. Florida's new Intangible personal of receipts and expenses for
had been made, then pictures were der the commission's Jurisdiction. :Thursday. and. funeral services willbe that time, 2. The state now Is aiding counties property tax law went Into six months ending December 31,
made, stories written'of the work Previously "for hire" carriers were held at the home on Walnutstreet and public schools to the extent effect January 1st and was the last 1931: G. W. Alderman! clerk circuit -
and the yard scored again, show required to buy a special license Saturday morning, 11:00: I Junior 4-H Council of approximately $7,000,000 of the 1931 state legislature's revenue court; W. J. Epperson, sheriff;
Ing the Improvement that had been o'clock, conducted by Rev. G. P. acts to become operative.The Ceo A Gardiner
each county E.
tag but were rot under state regu- To Meet annually, thereby lowering judge;
accomplished during the year, lation. Raymond of the Baptist church, as- Saturday thp-., county taxes where the bur- new law defines Intangible W. Hayes, tax assessor; C. A.
:, Mrs. A. J. Underhill made a won- Public bus and truck lines are sisted by Rev. W. F. Jones, pastorof dens are the greatest personal property as "all personal Knight, tax colector; A J. Griffls,
derful Improvement In her bed considered common carriers. Ve- the Methodist church. Funeral The second meeting of the Junior 3. Actual state expendituresthis property which Is not In Itself Intrinsically county superintendent of public In
The furniture repainted arrangements In charge of the De- 4-H Council I valuable but which derives
room. being hicles operating under contract will be held at Starke year will be leas than $15,000- struction.
and a number of other things with specified parties are classedas Witt C. Jones Company. Intermentat Woman's Club Saturday January I 000 while during recent years they Its chief value from that The board then proceeded to select -
e added to improve the beauty and contract carriers. All vehiclesor Crosby Lake cemetery. 9th.The have averaged from $20,000,000 to which It represents." names of citizens from the)
a comfort. Mrs. Thomas Brown of trailer transporting persons, Active pallbearers will be: meeting will open at ten 40,000,000 annually The tax rate Is two mills on the county at large to serve as jurorsfor
Hampton worked over her living commodities or materials for com- Messrs. W. M. Wainwright, H. C o'clock In the morning, with Miss 4. While many other states have dollar on the value of stocks, the circuit court for the year
room. It was repapered and wood mon or contract carrlers.'are' term- Wall, J. W. Andrews, Jr., D. P. Annie Laura Tucker council presi- been going heavily Into debt durIng shares. bonds, notes, mortgages, 1932. A list of said names so selected -
work worked over, more adequate ed "for hire" carriers. This Includes McKinnon, J. E. Corpening, C. A. dent, presiding. recent years, Florida has lost deeds, leases, (liens and other intangibles were given to the clerk of
lights, appropriate wall hangings vehicles rented for a consid- Knight; honorary: Messrs. G. W. Officers of the Junior 4-H Clubsof no public funds In closed banks which are placed In the circuit court as the law directs.
a and rearranging furniture, as a result eration.. Alderman, A. O. Andreu, J. C. Bradford and Union counties and the state debt of $1,250.000 classes A and B; and onetenthof Said names to be \written' on slipsof
j it was a very cheerful and Beginning last Tuesday the rail- Robinson, T. B. Massie, R. F. Dem- constitute the cOlu comfortable room. road commission held at series of orest, O. L. Beasley. the council Is to strengthen and been reduced 23 per cent. value of all other Intangibles, Including the sheriff and clerk In a box un-
S' Mrs. J. C. Jones of Hellbronn I hearings to determine the statusof Everett Markley Johns was born systematize home demonstrationclub 5. State Institutions annually money, which are placedIn der lock and key and from said box;
community kept a very acurate I all permits Issued to all classes ID Starke, November 2, 1890, the work In the county. To make have shown more ability to support clans C.United the names of jurors to be drawn to
record of the vegetables: grown In of carriers in Florida. eldest of the three children of Mr, better and bigger clubs and to as- themselves and cost of these States, county and municipal serve In the circuit court as pre-
her garden and the amount used and Mrs. Everett Johns. He wasa sist the agent to carryon better during the coming year will be reduced bonds and other bonds ex- scribed by law.
t for home use and canned. Pictures U. OF F. GLEE grandson of Ervin Johns one of work by cooperation.A due to Increased acreage empt from taxation by the federal The following were placed upon
were made when the garden was the pioneer planters of Bradford luncheon will be served by the under cultivation, to the purchase and, date constitutions are not the mother's or widow's\ pensionroll
at its best; these with a story 'of CLUB CONCERT county, who served as a Confed- Junior Club of Starke at 12:30. only of such supplies which are subject to the tax. Mortgages, : Mm. Jimmie Allen, five chil-
her accomplishments was submit- erate soldier and was one of the foreign to the state. leases, liens and the like are subject dren at $1500 per month; Mrs.
ted to the state judges. STARKE JAN. 15 outstanding men of his day. 6. State salaries have been reduced to tax only to the extent that Katherine Sponholtz, five childrenat
Recognition gifts will be sent While still a young boy, Senator Hathaway FavorsCounty $1,000.000. they relate to property located $1300 per month; Mra. Mary

from the state office to these wom- four Starke Boys Are Member of Johns selected the profession of Committees 7. The state road department within Florida Phlllmon, one child at $3.00 per
en. law and his subsequent career Intangible personal property belonging month Mrs. Jessie Anderson four
University's Bond Of Injxhed! In the last three years paving ; ,
planned with that end In view. He to the state counties
children at $12.00 month.
Entertainers Tallahassee, Jan. 6.- In a state of within 15 miles the total of per
? 400 ACRE PRISON received his public school education ment made public here today, Fons that done during the preceding 4 cities, districts religious, charity There being no further businessthe
Announcement was made in in Bradford county and then A. Hathaway, candidate for gover- ,years and now Is maintaining benevolent or educational asxocla- board was adjourned until the ,
FARM FOR STATEIs Gainesville today that the Univer- placed himself under the prec tor. nor, stated that If he Is elected nearly twice the road mileage as lions also Is exempt.The first Monday In February, 1932..
of A. V. then state's attorney tax falls due November 1
ship Long, that being the regular time for
sity of Florida Glee Club would chief executive of Florida he will was under the department three
First Stop In State's Economic give its first concert of the yearn and later judge of the "consult and give first consideration years ago. Budget for the department each year and all Intangible personal meeting.
eighth judicial circuit. Senator property owners are required -
Program Starke. to recommendations of county this year will be aproxlmate- .
Johns began his studies while, to make returns to the
legal coun-
The Gator songstors' appearancewill Democratic executive committeesIn Iy $7,000,00 while from 1923 to BEANS WON'T STAND
First step in the economic program be sponsored by the Women's still In high school, completing II filling\ vacancies In public officeas 1929 It ranged as much as $18,000- ty tax assessor on or before April TRUCK TRIP FLORIDATO
i, for the new year Is announced Club of Starke. According to Mrs. them In 1913 when he was grad- they might occur in the coun- 000 annually ; 1, under penalty of a $500 fine or NEW: YOUK CITY
by Governor Doyle Carlton In N, D. Wainwright, president of the uated from the University of Flor- les. 8. Reclamation of the Ever- six months Imprisonment or both.
creation of a 400acre prison farm Woman's Club the concert will be Ida. Before he was 19 years old he Intangible personal property Is to
Only In this way he said, will glades has started with. a 7000.
near Belle Glade, in the heart of heard on the evening of Friday, passed examinations before the supreme -I the "party organization be 000 federal appropriation to match be assessed on the same basis as Evidence of the fallacy .of ship-
s q the Everglades January 13, in the club auditoriumon court to practice in Florida. strenghtened and appointments but $2,000.00 from the district instead real nnd tangible personal prop ping fresh vegetables long distances -
The farm cultivation of which Walnut street. Senator Johns was a member of erty. by truck was brought to
brought closer to the people, which of the $20,000,000 bond issue -
will begin within 30 days, will be Claude Murphree, University or- Phi Kappa Alpha and of KappaPhi Is true Democratic doctrine." formerly proposed Sponsors of the act In the legislature light by "The Produce News," pub-
the latter fra- estimated it would bring the lished In New York. In the issue
, used to raise fresh Vegetables for ganist and pianist of southwlde repute an honorary Mr Hathaway's statement was 9. Public schools now may be
the various state Institutions, In- will appear on the programas ternlty. From 1915 to 1920, Senator prompted by efforts now being assured of an eight months term state $300,000 a year In new reve- of November 12 and under the
cluding the penitential, hospital accompanist and soloist. It Is Johns was in partnership with made to reorganize and Inject new with reasonable contribution by nue. State officials here said this heading "Trucking Beans to New
I < < for the Insane, boys and girls industrial I also planned that the Florida Skit Judge Long, but when Judge Long life Into the Democratic party In the various counties toward their estimate was too high. York from Florida big flop" the
schools. and the universities 'Artists, campus entertainers, will was elevated to the bench the part. Florida educational institutions. --C- Produce News says)
dissolved and Senator MOTORISTS PAY $819.6011 A truck arrived here late last
in conjunction with the I erahlp was "
"For he said
appear years, "the party I believe, Governor Carlton
,.. Governor Carlton said he believed Glee Club. Johns engaged In the practice of organization in this state has not said "Florida's day of prosperity is FOR NEW LICENSE: TAGS week carrying a loud of beans from

I '; with the new farm, plus recent Four Starke boys; students at (law alone. functioned, due largely to the fact just dawning and will be here Florida. It came all the way from
fit' Y j increases of acreage under the University, have been membersof He was one of the most genial, that the county committees while most of the country only has 1Jf't'emht'r Total I* t'ndrr La. t Island Grove, and, when unloaded
i JJ.! ffJ' cultivation at the institutions the Club during the past two forceful and cultured members of Important part of the party ma- started on the road to recovery." Year' Figure Ply I here, its contents looked as If they
+ug fc themselves, the institutions will pears. Paul Knight, son of Mr. and the Starke bar' and was one of the hlnery-have not been permittedto _.. _._ Over '58 ,OltO( 'had been through a hurricane. They
|' have to in the future youngest members of his profession'to Florida motorists paid 819609. : plainly showed the effects of the
> buy only Mrs. D. E. Knight of that city, and function, or have entirely been I IlPlored. AZALEA PLANTS
I those food products foreign to the Nolan Canova, of Waldo, entered attain prominence in Bradford / ." ARK DEMI'EUEI) 21 for their new 1932 automobile long trip and had to be sold for almost -
'4' state, such as wheat, coffee and the Club as freshmen. Wesley': ', county and in the state. He Continuing Hathaway said It had license tags during December, Motor nothing. The driver said that

sugar. : Stearns nephew of Mrs. N. B. Hull, enjoyed large practice and was "come to be the rule of the governor Two hundred and fifty-four rare Vehicle Commissioner W. S. the growers In his section ordered
Already some meats, eggs, milk joined the organization last year. noted for his ability as a criminal when vacancies occur In the Azalea plants, bought at the request McLin announced Saturday, him to make this experiment. After .
L and a large quantity of vegetables Bill Duncan, son of Mrs. A. E. lawyer, having served as defense county to either fill them on his of the women of Bradfordand The new tags went on sale De- driving for three days and almost
. "' are being raised by state labor on ;. Wall, Is a member and an officerof counsel in. many trials of statewide. own Initiative, or if he consults Union counties, who are sponsoring cember 1 and were placed In use three nights, he finally landed -
1 \\1! state lands for the Institutions. the club. Each of the boys has interest.In anyone it generally is the senator, a beautification program as soon as purchased. While motorists here, but he declares he will
{ Any surplus of vegetables from been connected with the broadcasting 1915 Senator Johns. married or representatives of counties in were delivered to the county lost were required to have their never do It again. .
Miss Thelma Elizabeth of 1931 tags by January 1, 1931, this : It has been rumored that the
will Griffin
farm be canned for use during staff of WRUF. the state which such vacancies occur." This week.
not for Starke. He was a member of the year the law allows them until coming season will see many vegetables -
0- those seasons suitable radio station. has been done, he said, without any Miss Pearl Jordan, home demonstration -
growing:the chief executive said. The roster of the 1932 Glee ClubIs Starke Baptist church, Bradford reference to county committees. agent Is very anxious to February 1. shipped from distant pro-
: The land for the farm recentlywas the largest In the history of the Lodge No. 33, F. & A. ;M., and May Referring to the questionnaire make this county the Azalea county McLlne said the extended time ducing sections by truck. However,
selected and arrangements organization, according to John W. Lodge No. 10. I. O. O F. recently Issued by the chairman of the state. There Azaleas can for obtaining the new tags reduced the results of this first experimentare
"-f completed with the Internal Im- DeBruyn, director of the Club. Senator Johns always was activeIn the state Democratic executive be bought at a very small price and December collections approximately anything but reassuring. Observers -
provement board for its use. It Over a hundred candidates for politics and In 1921 was electedto committee seeking an expression of another order will be sent from $586,000 under last year's sales declare that trucks to suei i
is part of the tract the fall represent Bradford county In for that month. ceed must be equipped with refrig-
Everglades membership comprised pinion relatives to whether the this county around the 15th of Jan-
which has never been sold by the turn-out, and the group to be the house of representatives of the state committee should name dele- uary, also. An order for roses and Revenue from the license tags eration apparatus and must be
state.. heard during the present 'season Florida legislature. After several gates to the national Democratic branch grape vines at a very small goes to the public schools. McLIn faster ,
had $$499,609.21 ready Saturday for The freight charge on the truck-
term In
the lower
numbers well over fifty. legislative See Miss Jordan If
convention: or whether they shouldbe price you are
OFFICERS ELECTED FOR branch Senator Johns electedto distribution to the schools throughthe load that came In last week
Bill Johnson Key West, Is president was elected in the primary, Hathaway Interested.The .
RAIFORD LODGE F & A M of the club this year. Hugh the state senate from the fifteenth Mid the questionnaire should original plants from which state comptroler and the state amounted to $1 per hamper, whereI I
department of public Instruction.On as the express charge by rail would, j
Embry, Quincy, Is vice-president district embracing Bradford these Azaleas obtained
be mailed to every voter In the were were
The following officers were elect- and Lew of DeFunlak and Union counties. He serv- December 17 he turned over have been $1.06 and by boat un-
Rogers, state, Instead of being limited to brought from India to Florida in
ed to offices in No. 82 F. A ed with added distinction a 320000. der refrigeration and ventilation ,j
Lodge Springs, la business manager. Bill during ,000 or 6,000. 1880 and were nursery stock of
A. M., Raiford Florida, for the Duncan Is publicity director, with full term and was one of the moat I Belvedere Azalea Farms. A 25 per cent penalty will be the charge would have been etlj!' ]
''P added to the price of license tags less. It Is the concensus of \
; of 1932 popular members of the opt" tj
year : Ed DuBose the assistant publicity general Tarpon Springs--$24,431 worthof .
C. H. Wainwright, W. ;M.; John- director. Bill Perez serves as club widely quoted session of 1931, this sponges sold recently on sponge NEW DRIVEWAYS after February 1. Ion that as yet transportation\ ... ]

nie Addison, S. W.; L. D. Dobbs J. auditor, and Leslie Wilder as club body selecting him to wield the exchange. Driveways entering the Register produce from Florida to this city 1 j
W.; N. E. Edwards S.; U. G. Sapp, librarian. resident's gavel upon conveningof Penaacola! Trolley cars replaced Garage and filling station, corner by truck Is not practical.
4 T.; Arne Dobbs, S. D; Arch Dobbs, During spring, the Florida Glee the 1933 session. by bus lines here. Walnut and Madison streets, have STOKES CLOSE FOR -----S 6i
J. D.; W. A. Browning, S. S.; Joe Club plan appearances! In Tampa, Senator Johns was a "good been extended to take In the full FUNERAL Clearwater Hill Brothers Canning !i-.
Cason, J. S.; M. C. Rosier Chap Miami St. Petersburg, West Palm roads" enthusiast and was the author highest of esteem by thousands of length of the property on Walnut Plant running double shift ;
: lain; L. B. Moseley Marshal; L.W. Beach, Orlando and other towns of a number of laws in behalf friends throughout the state, and street, the work being completed All business houses of with 123 workers on each shift.
,., Thornton, Tyler. and cities of the state. of Florida's highway system In his deatb Starke and Bradford first of the week. Only part of the Starke will be closed from 11 -
1 a. well as other notable projects county lost one of Its most promInent I drive had been constructed when o'clock until 1 o'clock p. m., Tampa Officials of American '
Fort Pierce Preliminary work St. Petersburg Plans under- which have added to the state's and Influential citizens, and ; the building was remodeled, and Saturday., for funeral services Eagle-LJncoln Aircraft Corpora-:
started on construction of $25,000' way for widening road In front of development during the last decade the announcement of his passing last week the brick heretofore used of the late Senator E. don of Kansas, inspected possible s"<

?winter home for Mr. and Mrs. proposed new.government hospital has cast a pall of sadness over the were torn*out and replaced with M. Johns. 1 sites here for location of large '",- t
Stephen,I' H. Lesher of Philadelphia. ear here. Senator Johns was held In the county. concrete. 000,000 aircraft factory. ,

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) young fish. The first of theRe Is TUB CAUSE, SPREAD AND { h Mr, and Mrs. M. L. Watternon.

Warning Sounded the more Important, as where a PREVENTION TUBERCULOSISOne NEW RIVER Misses Edna, Eleanor and Carolyn
i turtle would satisfy its appetite Harrison, Dorothy and Harvene
with a few fish, it may rifle the en- out of eighteen persons in y 'D Mfii Rflmla '..P. COP Watterson, Master Frederick Wat.
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Killing spawn Florida dies of tuberculosis. Your and O. L. Harrison, Jr.
1'ajt Against!! destroy thousands of potential chance of being .one of these de- Miss Agnes Johns and Mr. Wll- G. Hayes was transacting business

fish pends on your parents, your modeof bert Mann were quietly married in Waldo this week.
"The situation in Lake Brooklyn living and your maintaining a M c. U Wednesday night. We all wish Miss Hilda Durden, who has
:' All Alligators in Clay county, Florida, will serveto good general condition of health. them a long and happy married been quite 111 for several days haa

I __ show what Is happening. Ten The cause of tuberculosis is a life. many friends here who are de-
f. years ago It was a splendid lake to minute germ called the tubercle Miss Jewell WIggins' and Miss lighted to know that her condition

To destroy the alligators that in- fish and supported a few alligatorsand bacillus, which Is found in most Davis of Jacksonville were visiting Is improving, and she will soon be-
it tiablt the southern swamps la to but a cumber: of turtles. A part of the civilized world. These relatives and friends here Sunday. out again.

r damage seriously the supply of small' town sprang up nearby and germs are scattered by persons Mr. Guy Andrews and Mr. Can Mr. and Mrs. Z. Brown, Mr. and
0 1: game fish. This statement should' the 'gators were killed off. Today who have tuberculosis, who care- non of Gainesville spent the Christ- Mrs. A. J. Wilson, Mr. A. A. Dur

I r not be made, of course, without there are a few fish, no 'g tOTll!, lessly cough in children's faces and rtu .s holidays at home with Mr. and den, Grady Brown, and Ada Nim-
proof, but plenary evidence la and thousands of turtles. Yet on thua convey the disease from the Mrs. G. W. Andrews. mo attended the joint installation
'.- quickly forthcoming: from those Lake Geneva, half a mile away, sick adult to the well child. This Misses Oulda and Louise Andrews '".f the Masonic lodge and Eastern

*, who have studied southern waters where a few 'gators have managedto child then gets what we call a tuberculosis returned to their home in Star chapter at Starke last Wednesday
ft. and have watched the fish grow exist because of excellent nat- infection. This Infection Morriston Sunday after a two .night.

(' fewer, despite the dumping of ural cover, there are relatively few cannot be demonstrated by a physical week's visit with relatives and s
1 ; thousands of fingerlings by state I turtles and still good fishing. Yet examination of the lungs but friends here. They were accom- IN MEMORY OF MR. F. C.

: fish hatcheries. I three times as much fishing has can be detected easily by the tu- panied home by their brother, Mr. IIAISLOP
Coincident with this proved decrease always been done on Lake Geneva berculin test. A child who Is Infected Troy Andrews of Morriston. -

In the fish population there as on Lake Brooklyn."It with tuberculosis germs does Hisses Pearl Jordan and Mil- Our dear father died on Dec. 23,
has! been a noticeable Increase in would seem reasonable to infer not necessarily get the disease; as dred Hundley of Starke, were vis- nt 6 o'clock, when the angel of
the numbers of turtles and a rapid from these facts that the alli- a matter of fact, only about one iting Miss' Essie Sapp Saturday death claimed his spirit after fighting -
, e decrease in the numbers of alligators gator Is of economic benefit to the per cent -of them do, and those morning.Rev. life faithfully for 88 years and

In the same waters. And fisherman. But until the exact who later develop tuberculosis do Butler filled his regular appointment fix months. He died in peace and
first of the curious facts to be noticed status of the alligator Is de term In- so because they get run down in at Sampson City church harmony with all who knew him

f, In the study of the problem ed-the remnant of his kind shouldbe early adult life, through over work, Sunday morning. and all who knew him well loved

;., Is the enthusiasm with which fish, protected. At present, of the I unsuitable or insufficient food, poor Don't forget Sunday school m every him. Pe" ral years ago he became

I_ alligators and turtles prey on each nine states In which It is found, living conditions and other factors I r1 / Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock. Everybody 111 and all that time suffered untold
1 other. Turtles feed on the spawn Florida is. the only state to offer that reduce their resistance, so that .t' A la Invited to come.lIAlJlPTON pain but Is row: transplanted In a

f and young of the bass and also any direct protection.It they cannot overcome the infection land where pain and sorrow are
( take young aligatars. The alligators Is not much to say that the' that Is lying dormant In their no more. We sorrow more than
eat the turtle and the bass, next decade will see the complete' bodies. mortal tongue can tell, the dear

' s while the large boss occasionally extermination of the allgator in all The greatest menace to a child one gone we loved so well; the love-
ex take the young alligators and tur- but a few of the most remote reg- Is sleeping with a parent or other HIM. Ada Nlm.o. Cor. ly face against the window pane,
'"',' ties. ions unless aciVn Is soon takento adult who has tuberculosis. The I and his chair is vacant by the fireside

; FlHh Not Dirt protect the thinning ranks. Does I next greatest.., factor in the spread Rev. Mathlnson, pastor of the ; but death Is now reigning the
'".* Fish are probably not the fac be not deserve a better fate? of tuberculosis is the careless spit- Methodist church preached here grave, hath It power loved over are
pr< tor believed heretofore, In the alligator I ter who scatters tuberculosis all last Sunday night plucked with each passing hour.

diet. One old 'gator hunter YOUNG MAN KILLS through the house. Kissing and + Rev. McGauley will preach at Jesus is coming our loved over to(

A ;:, In Melrose, Florida, who has killed HIS OWN FATHER fondling of children by tuberculosis +1 Sa4fv CINNfe t 74rfflV R r il.nq,1 ir the Baptist church next Sunday bring. Whlper softy father's dying
hal i-:' 'hundreds of 'gators over a period Individuals cause the child to ab- morning and evening.The and we'll see him nevermore, but .
g i of 40 years and who has examined Oscar Thomas, well-known In sorb the germs which may develop Misses Rogers of Jackson- beyond the silent river we'll meet

the stomachs of scores of this part of Baker county, was fat- In later life and cause tuberculosis OADSDEN WOMAN WINNERMrs. ville, who have been visiting their him there you know.

.1 alligators, declares unqualifiedly ally wounded on Christmas day by disease. k IS PRIZE GRAHAM grandmother, Mrs. Thos. Dyal, returned With many flowers we laid him
th that many of them had garfish In a bullet from a rifle said to have Persons must be educated to pre- to their home In Jackson- to rest In the Crosby cemetery near
'1 1zen' but that a few C. E. Blount Awarded $50 for Miss Ellen Johnson, Cor. the home he loved.
< them, only very been fired by his own son, Romie vent the scattering of Infection to villa this week. Best remember
contained bass or bream. Garfishare Thomas, at his home on the out- children. If this could be done we Beet .Home Garden Contest Mrs. M. L. Wotterson Entertains. angles guard our dear father's dust
notorlua: destroyers of spawn could out the disease in till Jesus comes to judge the
skirts of Macclenny.The stamp a Last 3rd at just,
Mrs. J. C. Padgett of Brookerand Sunday, January <
and fish furthermore, they Jacksonville, Jan. 2.-A profit of then he'll wake to his
young ; elder Thomas with his famIly generation. Already the death rate Mrs. Ollie Barker of Tampa, high noon Mrs. M. L. Waterson entertained surprise and
i ; are unfit for food.Authoritative was said to have been visitinghis from tuberculosis Is being reduced $509.61 from a home garden In 1931 Mrs. R. M. Johnson in honor of her husbands meet his Saviour in the skies.
were visiting
word from the bu- son, and when he started to year by year and persons in a posi- was the record that won for Mrs. M..L Watterson's forty-third birth Ella.
reau of biological survey, which Insistedon tion to know that the C. E. Blount of Gadsden county, Friday.
the prophesy
; leave for his son Rev. Menchue, of Lake Butler, day. This celebration: was plannedfor
examined the stomachs of 149 alligators Mr. Thomas disease will be reduced first prize of $50 cash in a state h .
int' him staying longer. by one- held services here Sunday afternoon a surprise to Mr. Watterson,
''. states that fishes formed declared he must go home, It is third in the next ten years. wide garden contest sponsored by and night.Mr. who arrived at home at 12 o'clock. DR. R. W. :MARTIN

f 14.04 per cent of the total food alleged, and then his son is said to Our greatest efforts must be the home demonstration department Russell Norman, Misses Mur- The scene was beautiful and In- DENTIST
i eaten during spring, summer and have procured the gun and said he the line of of the Florida State College viting. The large 1
and Carra living
along educating persons iel Silcox, Rachel Silcox roomy
I.I.fall. months. A part of this, however would shoot the tires off his fath for Women. Official reports of the Phone 33 Hoars: 9 to B
t fror with tuberculosis to take care of Belle Norman of Starke and Van- room and dining room were thrown
:. was! made up of alligator er's and force him to stay longer. contest listed these facts about Over Corpening's Drug Store
', car their sputum and to guard their derbilt, were in this section Sunday. together and tastefully decoratedIn
Y gars, which, the bureau says, are II.nuisance Oscar Thomas Is said to have Mrs. Blount's garden: sacred
coughing. To do this we must Mr John Crews of Lake Butler, lillies and pink roses, with "
so far as man Is con- attempted to take the gun away Plenty of vegetables for familyof a profusion of The din-
discover who has tuberculosis. Dis- was visiting here Sunday. evergreen.
Cit cerned. The alligator eats little I from his son or to point its barrelIn covering tuberculosis early Is the eight, with 596 extra meals serv- Miss Lillian Fogg has returnedto I ing table was draped in white, and 4_._._._.... --e.--.-.s
during the winter months except another direction, when it was method of ed during the year. centered with a large birthday cake
I only effecting a cure so New York after a few weeks I
In southern Florida where It does discharged, killing him almost in that early diagnosis confers a two- Harvested 11,435 pounds of visit with her parents here. bearing pink candles, around which Say it with Flower

not: always hibernate. stantly.A fold benefit; it assures the patientof vegetables, sold $41.70 ,worth of Little Miss Janet Reynolds of I was encircled general dinner con- ..-.-.- -,-,- .... -..
the Melrose and canned 544 quarts of
"Abner Hinant, produce
ieIf coroner's Jury was Immediately getting well, and prevents the Jacksonville la visiting Miss Mary sisting of baked chicken, sausage,
hunter already mentioned, reports Impaneled by County Judge W. spread of the disease to others. vegetables. Total profitfigured at Ellen Wasdin here. and several kinds of salads pickles Flowers For All

i ; that he has found ao many as six R. Rhoden, who viewed the body Getting well however takes a long $509.61. Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Davis have and pilau. Those who participated
turtles In one stomach, all In such Mrs. Blount announced as first OccasionsGERTRUDE
I Ito and the trouble In this
partly time and no person should consider moved into our section. We all wish i delightful affair were: Mr.
\ condition as to indicate they had that afternoon, concluding their himself\ cured until five years alter prize winner by Isabelle S. Thurs- them a happy home. 'I'and Mrs. O. Haynes, Mr. and Mrs.L. ..-,-,-,-.-.- -..
m formed a single meal. He fur- probe of tile matter on Tuesday all symptoms have disappeared, by, college economist In food con- There will be church every first J. Wynn, Mr. and Mrs. L. L.
the ther reports that I It Is no uncom- morning, when a verdict of manslaughter and even then he should maintaina servation,who had charge of the, Sunday in the month by Rev. Men. Bedenbaugh, Mr. J. W. and Miss GODDEY
mon thing to find from two to six contest. Scores of women in all I
was returned,and recommending Ada Nimmo, Mr. and Mrs. O. L.
proper standard of living, so that chue of Lake Butler, The public is
turtles In the stomach of 'gators that Romle Thomas be his resistance will not become low- parts of the state participated.Mrs. invited. Harrison, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Bed. ANDERSON

that range from five feet upwards held for the crime. ered to allw the disease to over- G. L. Shuler of Walton I enbaugh, Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Mc- Phone 39 Waldo, Fla

Oil, In. size. The son claims that the shootingwas come him.Persona. county won second prize of $40; planting of ornamental trees and Ever, Mrs. J. P. Sullivan, Mrs.

ing The bureau of biological survey accidental.. Macclenny Reporter with loss of weight tired Mrs. J. R. Nelson of Holmes coun- forest tree seedlings on the school Eliza Martin, Mr. J. W. Waterson, o
< reports that In the case of six alligators ty third $30, and Mrs. C. E. Howell .
feeling, chronic cough and other grounds, also school demonstration
ranging from five to eight Holmes county, fourth, $20.
evidence of lack of well being forests for experimental purposes -
feet nine inches, killed during the ORGANIZATION STOVESTEALING should consult their family physicians URGES SCHOOLS. TO NOT CBTCOTHEAMB XlOUSf.we .
ve6t0 [ month of June, turtles comprised OF CATTLE and have exami
a thorough
PLANT MORE TREES make those of satisfactory
; 68 per cent and fishes 32 per cent nation. Do not wait until the

"' of the stomach contents. The bureau Organization has about solved neighbors whisper among themselves I Reforestation-work Is being work St. started Petersburg on $20,000- construction convent reputation who want a complete training at the

further says, the late J. D. another Florida farm problem. This that you have tuberculosis. ; building to be erected St. Paul '
sponsored in Florida in an entirelynew on / BUSINESS COLLEGE! :
C. :Michell was of the opinion that the I summer stealing of cattle had be- -
Catholic Church 12th
and interesting way ,by property on
principal food of adult alligators come BO bad in Escambla county St. Petersburg-Former State A. Miles of Tampa who Is now street and Nineteenth Avenue Write fort>arfi ulars.Banker*.Box G6-4Macon.Ca.
Is and hardshelled turtles.
gars that cattlemen decided to get together -
off Senator John S. Taylor of Largo, lecturing before luncheon clubs ,
Michell Is reported to have cut and stop it, as well as de-
said today he would issue a statement -
an*! In the ubllcsc h ools nt thiDstate ---- ----- -'
open numerous alligators and In velop the livestock industry In the
within a few days regardingthe
to L. Baker
according Harry
almost Instance found the
I every remains -'county. A'county stockmen's as-
1932 race for governor. Altho state forester.
of one or the other, or of sociation was formed, and range
his name was first mentioned
the both. among It was stated at the office of
riders, who were made deputy sheriffs as a possible Democratic -
k t doi 'Gators Decrease gubernatorial the state forester that engage-
E were hired. Rewards were I
k possibility, he has not an-
ments for Mrs. Miles have been
The significance of these facts Is
raised, and much publicity given
nounced his candidacy,
clear. Several varieties of turtles booked several weeks ahead, and
the whole affair. Within 60 days, .. .--
are constant maraurders of the that her time would be given over
| 11 persons were convicted of steal-
Fort Myers Christian Endeav-
Silna beds of the fish. to the promotion of tree plantingand
spawn game They Ing livestock and sent to prison
oor Installed in
Society new piano
i also devour quantities of the reports County Agent E. P. Scott. Christian church. schools ground entirely improvement for some time by the to -I 1A [ 1 _t

SCHOOL DAYS 'B' DWIG come.Teachers throughout the state

1ai are asking! for Mrs. Miles, and a
;1, t large number of requests comingIn

lie to the forestry offices are from

GO OH 1, ewe, A ,1ERk! rural schools, it was said.

i f yotirte Popcn puftn G Mrs. Miles Is sponsoring the

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PI gra' 6os"1, 'fIo\1\P tt \"' Iwo %ii a fT. taotls ttwe tdiEat 1 1 tYoe D.HUt't Didn't Belles//; Any: Medicine On
pod o $ OUT He 04w ( cp. 'itra o Earth Could Do So Much for Him.

tool ( fA 't100 oe My %)NCtt: Ntrteo for A fRtAK -

1 Quartz \lEAtSe.ttIfC'tYU1 FOR' 5pMtpeD To ota7Np IN Nu SiDeZHbv I health Don't get let bad the: d, It is a grand and glorious feeling to get out
'" :...- Ot\! best of you. Face a on the open road with Pennsylvania Ad
Ij iaca160' +
J! 1 1a each day with
On JERK n vanced Sixes all around. Tramp down on
Give V, A i new energy and i r
i the the fighting vigor the accelerator have your car go along at

that. t to carry on with Sy 50-60 or 70 per with no thought of tire
the aid of Sargon. trouble. No about tires grip-
Read what W. L. liii worry your ,

Kellett. 300 E. ping in case of an emergency and talk

'. on s.It ..\. Coffee St., Greenvllle. W. L. Kellett .4 about mileage, there's plenty In them.
eeei" S. Co. says: 1q1
"I didn't believe any medicine on
.coff! earth would do for me what Sargoa Don't wait until your tires are worn to the

%; i did. Three years' ago rheumatic danger point come in today and let us
pains bit' me all over. I bad to usea I
..'. cane to get about, and sometimesmy rJ make you the happiest and safest motorist

". a.a (.... legs would just crumple up un- on the road.

,of t the; !. der me. Stomach trouble and con-
stipation also gave me lots of trou-
fi pet rlflt! ,. fa '4 i 1 t t ble. I was put on a strict diet for Pennsylvania Tires

eve:, ( ( two years and took all kinds of
mil< Tf s medicines, but If I got any betterI
jar couldn't tell it. My friends bard-

ly believe I'm the same man since

Gt, I took Sargon. My indigestion la as
w, c sound as a dollar. I haven't a. touch Courtesy Service StationD.

ther I If : of rheumatism and have thrown my
cane away. My legs are as goodas

t ? they were 20 years ago. Sargon A. Montieth Phone 13
,r Be Pills regulated my bowels in fine .
ref shape i they acted easy and natural II
-something I can't say for any- Starke Florida
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by Canova Pharmacy, Starke. ._. -
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ter front property vaalued at $500-I party closed in on the still. Deputies -,, for the bridge work and that the research and laboratory experimental the first part of this month are>
000, on Choctawhatchee bay in on the raid expressed belief I road department failed to build the work. Elaborate scientifically showing excellent stands of vines,
News of Florida in Short Paragraphs OUaloona county, where a jew sea- McGaho's! gun was discharged ac-, brldgo. Love overruled the depart constructed open-air exhibi- while those planted liter of course
port on the Gulf of Me'aco, to be cUlenlallyPalatlia. ment's motion to dismiss! and allowed tion pita have already been perfected are not up yet However, if the
known as Port Dixie is to be de- -- it 10 days which to answer the largest of which already present harm weather continues a 1
veloped. Meshwhlle} options on W. K. llerndon about the alternative writ. contains more than a hundred ofKlorlda'a few more days a large part of the
other adjacent pro; c&..Ies valued at 25:: years of age, employed by the : largest rattle snakes total acreage will be above ground.
r L LIVE STATE NEWSTOLD I $176.000 are said to, have been United Clay Mine! Corporation Leesburg Officers In this section while the others contain wide variety Counting up on the acreage planted -
taker by Gen A. C. Dalton trus- was electrocuted yesterday as ho today were searching for lone of rare and 1 common poisonous In Flugler county this season aa
tee, who< will personally direct the tried to start an electric pumpat robber who kidnapped the operatorof and harmless species of compared with last Indicates that
building of the new seaport railway the company's mines near Mc- a filling station after holding snakes and other reptiles. approximately 250:; acres more have-
terminals and a site for an Mcekln about 1:30: o'clock. CoronerP. him up and robbing him of about been planted. The total acreagein
BY OUR EXCHANGES industrial city the estimated total B. Huff who with Sheriff R. C. $100 cash. The kidnapped man I Fort Lauderdale Johnny Stutz the county for this season will\
cost of which will approximate Howell visited the scene of the was Charlie Doris. Forced Into his alleged bootlegger of Miami, was be close to 2,600 acres it was stat
9.- -- -------.----- ..---..... $17,000,000. tragedy decided that no inquestwas own automobile, he was taken by held In the county jail here todayon ed.

Sarasota Failure to pay a Gainesville A complete bulle- I necessary. Trouble which de- the robber to Bamboo a commun- a charge of assault with intentto
$2,000 not due since last March tin about Florida truck and gar. Palatka A coroner Jury investigation veloped In the power house thrua ity three miles north of here and commit murder In connection -
appeared likely to cost this city Its den insects has just been revisedby : that lasted a week re- shortage of some kind is statedto then put out of the car. The rob- with a gun battle between rum run Plant City -- Notwithstanding'that
$15,000 fire engine. More than $7.- the Florida Experiment Station. sulted in a charge of first degree have charged all surrounding bers drove away but later aban- ners and Police Chief S. L. Bar- dry weather caused a reduct t
000 still Is due on the apparatus. R. Watson widely known entomol- murder against Earl H. McGaha, metal. Evidence to this fact was doned Doris' car near Orange field of Danla Thursday. Stutz is tion In acreage and yield, the con
Tax money Is going to pay boom. ogist Is the author. This :12-page: local minister for the Christmaseve BUHtantlated by the dead bodies of Home. Doris gave officers a description suffering from shotgun wounds in tinue warm weather has pushedthe
period bonds. bulletin contains the latest information slaying of John W. Malone in fish floating In a shaft into whichan of the robber and officials the legs. More than 200 small shot early strawberry bloom to ma.
about all the major Insectsof a liquor still raid. The coroner's iron pipe ran from the powerhouse of nearby counties were ask were removed from the chest of ture fruit rapidly and sales on the
Manatee Frank Hilton Man. I Florida truck crops as well as Jury closed its investigation the coroner stated. ed to be on the watch for him. Stutz' henchman Frank "Greek" Plant City (If o. b.) market. Including

atee's fire chief, threw some water pictures of many of them. It is yesterday with a report that Ma. Anthanasaw! one of the alleged the Miller auction the past
melon seeds out in his back yard number 232, and free copies are lone "came to his death from shot- Quincy -- Circuit Judge K. C. Silver Springs -- Florida's new- bootleggers, who was left woundedon four shipping days aggregated approximately
early in the Fall-and Christmashe available gun wounds fired from a gun in Love today advised that state road est and most unique Industry han a road after the fight. Barfield, $2 ,OOO.two The sales;
harvested a 30-pound melon. the hands of E. H. McGaha." Mc- department he had refused to dismiss just been established at historic who escaped injury In the battle, yesterday, Including cars sold 1.
Several other smaller melons grew $t. Petersburg Holiday truce Gaha, held in jail since the slay- mandamus proceedings by Silver Springs under the name of is expected to return soon from at the auction, aggregated approx.
from the seeds. Some attained a declared by warring factions in ing, immediately was placed under which Walton county citizens seek the Florida Reptile Institute, with Sarasota with Jack and Gladys imately 58. 60 pints. The aver.
growth from three to seven the Monroe county fishermen war the official charge. What legal to compel the department to builda 15. Rosa Allen, Silver Springs taxidermist O'Neal, suspects In the case, who 8 age price on the yard was around
1-2 cents the
pounds; the melon just harvestedwas was still in effect today, accordingto steps might be taken In his be- river bridge. The group of citizens as managing director and were arrested there yesterday. The two cars sold pint last night at crates.auc-
normal in shape and size. a message received by Commander half were not known. The minister obtained an alternative writ Dr. C. It. MacDonald, of Miami, aa -
tion 10 cents flat
LeRoy Relnburg of United who accompanied Putnam I of mandamus directing the state research director both of whom Bun noil According to information brought per
pint, including crates. Shipmentsto
Miami-Can you imagine an icebox States coast guard base 21, here county officers on the raid after department to show why It had not are well known reptilian authori obtained from leading date have been
getting hot enough to catch today. The coast guard Is main he was reported to have discoveredthe constructed a bridge over the Cho- ties. The Institute was located in growers and distributors of early : for which approximately
fire? Well, one here did, and two taining regular patrol in waters off still claimed his gun was accidentally lawhatchee river on state road No. picturesque setting at the farm Irish potatoes 80( per cent of the 521,107 to pints estimated to returns have
fire engines were called out in the Monroe county to prevent blood- discharged when he trip- 10 In Walton county. It waft alleged famed Silver Springs, which Is said! season's crop Is now In the ground. been growers$6D,1 7.U.are
early morning to subdue the flame. shed between fishermen from that ped on underbrush as the raiding the county advance money to be symbolically Ideal for reptile Some fields which were planted

Instead of keeping cool like it section and others referred to by .
should have, the machine got hot Monroe "county fishermen as : ..;:. .:- c-- __.;:.: ..-. *_ .:wAll -- .;- -:- _" .
under the collar when Its motor "oachers.
jammed allowing electricity to \
flow through It,until Insulation was Bradenton-For the seventh timeIn
scorched away. as many weeks the home of H.
J. Colvenbach, near here, has been
. Coral Gables-Henry L. Do- burglarized. Covelbach reported to -
herty's new $15,000,000 recreation county officials that theleves en- \ ;;&\ i1, New

center the Florida Year Round tered his home Sunday night and \ t YY .Ita t's
C'ub, will be opened in South Florida removed a quantity of household "
on January 1. The properlties, goods valued at $25.: Colvenbach recently \ I. \ ,.
which make up the club are the built the home, and almost
sports facilities of the Miami But- 'I weekly since bandits have entered I

"more Hotel here the Cabana Sun I and stolen various articles, each in the' New Chevrolet Six
Clubs of the Roney Plaza Hotel at ,time damaging the interior of the
Miami Beach and a fishing club 1 residence.
at Key Largo. The two hotels are -
to be run in connection with the Tampa Mrs. Virginia Miler t
recreation centers. Boazman, fomerly of Asheville N.
C. and her hus- When you read ivhat'i new In the new Chevrolet bodie Chevrolet baa ever introduced. And it mainti.8a
was fatally injured .
Winter Park-An Increased faculty band, A. B. Boazman was seriously Six you. too, will agree it's the Great the same factor of dependability and economy that

including notable educators hurt In an automobile accident American Value for 1932. have won the approval of million of Chevrolet owner,
from other institutions, and an en- here early Sunday morning. The _
rollment which will further tax couple were returning home from a 1 It is the only low-priced car to offer both Syncro-Meah and AH that hat proved to be found and dependable in the

the expanded facilities of Rollins dance at a country club and their Free Wheeling in combination. It has engine and chassis past, plus aU the new advancement given below-at one

College will assemble at Winter car overturned after being side. improvements that raise performance to new height of of the lowest prices in the market That' why the new
Park January 4th for the opening swiped by an unidentified automo
of mid-term of the College. Prcsl bile. Mrs. Boazman was struck by J'f1Wf'r.I'I'l'ed and snioollincsn. It provide the finest Fisher Chevrolet Sit: i il4 the Great American Value for 19321

dert Hamilton Holt will then have the hurling car but was thrown
returned from an extensive speak clear of the wreckage. She died in
ing tour which has taken him from a Tampa hospital.
Florida to Texas, to Pennsylvania, -
New Jersey, and New England. Miami The Florida Year-
Round Clubs, $15.000.000 hotel and
"Braden ton -_A poultry farm winter social and sports activity
south of Bradenton lobs just re- development sponsored by Henry
ported the hatching of a four-leg- Doherty public utilities capitalist \
ged white Wyandotte chick. Only and N. B. Roney, Miami Beach developer
the one freak was found among is scheduled for formal opening -
the 1600 chicks hatched from a setting today. The project embracesthe
of 2,100 eggs, it was reported. Miami Biltmore hotel In Coral l I r
Aside from having four legs the Gables the Miami Biltmore Country Nreld u
freak chick Is said to be perfectly Club adjoining the hotel an Its
formed and apparently in good condition two golf courses; the Roney Plaza
as to health. The spare hotel, Miami Beach, and its cabanasun
legs are somewhat smaller than club and a new recreational Silent Syncro-Mesh TraturalMion A Smoother, Improved Six-Cylinder Efigln Simplified Free Wheeling
, the ones used for purposes of loco- center to be featured by fishing This well.known feature 'of high-priced car I I. the finest New experience await you (In the Chevrolet Six-new Chevrolet' Free Wheeling mechanism I I. a new and
motion. which is under construction at Key type of transmission" ever developed. In the new Ch...- thrill In power piuk-iin. amoothne and speed. For advanced. type that. i I..* extremely simple, In construction.
Largo. It Is planned to operatethe rolet Six It bring a new type of handling ease and car Chevrolet 1uo.lntr..luneJ many new engine-feature that Yon' may take advantage of Its thrill whenever you
Ocala-Notice of $:>0,000 dam entire project 12 months of control to the low-price field. Synoro-Mesh\ pt'rmitayoll inrreae power 20 per cent to 60 horsepower, and make want to, by simply pressing a button on the daitli.Thereafter .
flge-sult against the operators of the year. to shift gear. with marvelous quicknoM, truletnrta.. and l laae. Chevrolet' built-in aixcyhnder. emnothiie' .. even and until you pull the button out again
Silver Springs Paradise by Ray & A* a safety f.ctor.1t i. especially valuable. For it moother. Those feature. include down-dr tt rerbure- you are "in" free Wheeling. You const. along on
Davidson operators of the resortat Miami--G. A. Wages, 37, was enable. you to ahift rapidly from high book into aeonnJ tion, a new cylinder head new m.nlfol.llu.tnt..r./ momentnbi every time your foot i I" off the accelerator.And .
Silver Springs was filed last fatally injured in what police said any time you want to use the engine a. a Lra....... hal 'rtred rraukaiiaft. and rubber engine mounting you can shift with magical simplicity and eae.6f .
week in the court house by F. R. was a fight with V. B. McMillan,
Hocker, attorney for Ray & Davidson. 35, at the latter's home. McMillanwas
No details of the suit were arrested after he said he
given. The cleric of the court was struck Wages twice In self defense.
asked to issue summons ad respon- Wages' body was found In a bed 60 / w6, rf,
den um. returnable on rule day, at the home of C. H. Cowen wherehe
January, to tile defendants. Silver formerly lived. Police said an
Springs Paradise Company, a Delaware investigation brought out that two
corporation M. R. Porter, friends of Wages took him from NfA 1
H. H. Ellarbee, C. E. Hillyer and McMilllan's home to the home of
TV. E. Reynolds. Cowen believing him to be intoxicated
and not knbwing that he had
Sarasota The famous Rlngling moved his residence, and put him
bridge across the Sarasota bay was to bed. When Cowen entered his
to 70 Miles an Hour with Distinctive New Front-End Stabilized Smart New )FIsher Dodles
closed to all traffic, vehicle and room he found the body and madea '
pedestrian following report that report to police.Crestview Faster Acceleration Apptaranc Front-End Mounting Chevrolet's new Fisher. bodies. are the
supports to the structure had col- Vital new feature introduced into Chev The new chromium-plated. elliptical radlAn Ingenious method of mounting front Sinai-tent bodies; ever to s ; In the
lapsed. The bridge was built several Deeds have been rolet' alx-cylinder engine enable it to .tor, built-in radiator grille double tief.nder.., lump! double tie-bar and roillow{ -prlre field., Moreover Fisher, rraft.-
, years ago at huge cost but filed for record In the county develop 65 to 70 mile an hour with bar, trumpet-type horn and biillet-type ator securely to the Ir.mem"th.xI eamen have adJed many new element of
has reached a state of disrepair, clerk's office here transferring, wa- ( astonishing ease, lability and ..monthheadlamp.. form a front-end ensemble. climlve to Cnevrolet-*lal>ill_the whole) strength <|'iietnesa and solidity to the
due mostly to the city's financial __ n.-q. And, stop-watehte.teshmvan. seenof, arresting beauty enhanced by new front.endae.emblyandhhsthresteadiaesl, wood-and-atrel construction. Greater
condition. Resident of the island' n. f c.et0t'. 3,iilrsin6.7seconds *. rectangular, adjustable hood-port. when driving over rough road vision'i\ provided for all occupauU.

nationally of which William known J.detective Burns, inter Is a (!;:....- ..... i .g .

principal resident meanwhile must .: ; Chevrolet that have
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travel around the Island, cross Pal- I. ?

mo Sola bay at Cortez and entet e I the approval oj millions oj owners Big powerful
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The down-draft carburetor I la a big factor On. of the moat Interesting eon.en"n. \ $
'1000.00 in cash prize/ and one thou In Chevrolet'" greater power speed and in the new Fisher" bodies I.I the new type) PRICED ASLOW 7 5
and other prize* are offered for examples pick-up. An in take. silencer combined with adjustable front seat. A torch of the)
of skill with Entries AS
may be any kind oftmodel, figure or it .ureepe.tcrqwotn. A beat control finger on a lever at the left of the cushion -
special carving, requiring still and ingenuity device operated from the dash. ,warm-up *, and you can move the seat to any .
made entirely of wood, and the engine quickly ami provide more desired position. This feature I exclimiveto All prim f.o.b.'foil" Mlchifint. Spwciut.quipmeniextra.emdent .
with no other tool than a jackkcufe.FM operation in cold weather. Chevrolet hi the lowest-price Held. Chevrolet Motor Company, Detroit, Michigan. Vitiiion of Central Motor

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I Our Boys 4-H Crotalaria Club I ZIFF FIVE MILE Mrs.visitors Carleton.Calvin of Touchstone Mr. and Mrs.were Harbey recent

%foclctrA// Lola Mae I.cvrli, Cor. :Mrs P. P. Dekle, Cor. Mrs. P. P. Dekle spent Monday

4 In Lake Butler guest of her father
I .----- -.-.---.....-_.. -----_.._----.,. Services were held at Rock Mr. and Mrs. M. P. Dekle were Rev. S. S. Proctor.

A radio talk given over WRUF It reached the height of its Church last Saturday and Sunday guests of Miss Blue Saturday.Miss .

BAPTIST. M. S. CIRCLES IJ. I-). C. CHAPTERENTERTAINED Gainesville, Dec. 23, by Ortho K. growth. about the first of October by the pastor, Rev. Anderson of Ruby Whitehurst of Florence -aRISiNG
; TO MEET WEDNESD.Y'TEItNOON' Matheny, president:! of the Boys' and was then from six to ten feet this Brooker and Rev. J. H. Kelley of S. C., after a pleasant visit
,\" Crotalaria Club. high and lapped in the middles until place. with her grandparents left for her
Circle No. 1 of the Baptist W. This is the first year we club It was almost Impossible to get Mr. R. B. Thomas, Mr. J. W. home in Florence Sunday. Ml_ trim, Men... Cor.
M. S. will meet with Mrs. W. II Narcissus roses and other early boys have had Crotalarla for a through It. The acre was estimated Lewis and Mrs. J. B. Thomas were Mesdames C. L. Varnes, E. V. .
t Andrews Monday. afternoon at 3 spring! flowers were used as decorations project. This crop was new to us, to have at least 40,000 poundsof all attending to business In Starke Wilson and P. P. Dekle were guestsof I
o'clock. when the W. T. Weeks but our county agent, Mr. L. T. green matter on it. Saturday; afternoon.We Rev. S. S. Proctor Friday. Miss Edna Lewis and Miss Aud-
CTrcle No. 2 will meet at the Chapter, United Daughters of the Dyer, told us about It at our club The seed began to ripen in October are sorry to report that Lit. Will: Andrews of New River was I rey McRae were visiting Miss
home of Mrs E. W. Hayes at 3 Confederacy, was entertained Wednesday meetings and we became very and were ready to pick the tie ;Morris Dyal Is very ill at this here on business one day last week. Marie Alvarez in Vanderbilt section -
o'clock and Circle No. 3 at the afternopfl by Miss Etta much Interested.As first time by the first of Novem- writing.: We wish him a speedy re-" Russell Varnes and sister, Miss i Sunday.Mr. .
home of Mra. C. A. Knight at 3 Tison, Mrs. L. t3. Powell and Miss we did not know anything ber. It was picked oved at that covery.Mr. Lucille Varnes, of Jacksonville, and and Mrs. Young spent Sun-
o'clock. Ethel Griffin, at the home of the about growing this new crop, we time and again during the last of T. D. Dyal was attending to Miss Alma Rowe of Glen St. Mary, day in Lake Butler with relatives.Mr. .
,. latter. were dependent on directions givenus the month. By December practically business In Starke Saturday. were week-end guests of Mr and .- and Mrs. Walter Underbill
WOMAN'S: CLUE WILL The president Mrs. L. O. Powell which we tried to follow. As a all the seed were ripe and Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Thomas spent I Mrs. P. P. Dekle. were visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. L.
JIKKT WEDNEIoID.The .\Y presided. Miss Madge Middle- result, practically every boy who : all picked. the Christmas holidays At irnlr. Mesdames C. L. Varnes and E. V. Underhill Sunday.Mr. .
ton transacted the duties of secretary planted it made a success of it. Many of the seed popped out, but banks with Mrs. Thomas's-mother- Wilson returned to their homes in and Mrs. Ray Haltiwanger i"1
Starke Woman's Club will and Mrs. W. E. Torode looked The greatest value of the crop, that was just what I wanted, forI Mrs. E. Howard.Dr. Jacksonville Saturday, after a visit and Mrs. Hugh Haltiwanger of
hold its regular meeting Wednesday after the financial interests of the as we learned, is to Improve the expect to plant my club acre of W. B. Parks of Starke, was here with relatives and friends.A. Jacksonville were visiting relatives
afternoon, Jan, 13 at 3 o'clock. chapter. After the business session, soil for our acres of corn and potatoes corn there next year, and these called to our section! last Friday T. Carter and family, who here last Thursday.Mr. .
Of especial Interest to club members the historian conducted a clever while the possibility of sell- seed will come up after the corn afternoon.Mr. spent' the holidays with his sister, Claude Green and Mrs. Newn
will be the presence at this historical quiz on the life of Robt. ing the seed was a necessary Inducement is laid by to continue to enrich the and Mrs. C. S. Kelley are Mrs. T. N. Parrish, returned to Burney of Heilbronn, were visiting I
meeting of Mrs. J. L. Gray of Lake E. Lee, and Mrs. Powell Impressively to some of the boys to ,soli.When the proud parents of a little son. their'bome in Jacksonville Sat- Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie Crawford

City, the vice-president of section read "The Sword of Lee." plant It.Arter. the seed were picked and We are sorry to report that Mrs. urday._ Sunday.Mrs. _
IV. The program will be in charge Mrs. George C. White Invited the the crop was discussed in weighed up they, were spread out J. W. Lewis was on the sick list Hobble Farrlsh, Klrke and Julian I. J. Davis or Sanderson Is
of Mrs. O. L. Haynes, chairman of Chapter to meet at her home the our club meetings and at other spe- ,In tobacco barns 'which have tight last week. Dekle, Miss Gladys Duke, Ruby spending a few days here with her
.: education. first Wednesday in February and cial meetings, a number of farm floors. After they dried a week or Messrs. Cecil Resale and M. C. Whitehurst and Mrs. E. V. Wilson /sister, Mrs. H. M. McRae.Mr. .
Hostesses for the afternoon: are the Invitation was gladly accepted. ers and club boys decided to plant two I tramped. them out and took' Thomas, spent several days of this attended a party at the home of A. R. and B. M. McRae and'Mr.
Mrs. 13. Wyman, Mrs. S. L. Peek Mian Tison, Mrs. Powell and Miss some seed. When time came to out the hulls with a screen. Afterall week here with their cousins, L. O. Mr. and Mrs. Dave Shaw Friday and Mrs. T. N. Norman spent
Mrs. D. P. Carpenter, Mrs. J. W. Griffin, aasKted by Mrs. O. J. Griffin plant, the boys were enthusiasticover the seed were cleaned, I found I' and Johnnie Lewis. evening. Thursday in Jacksonville.Mr. .
Morgan Mrs. George Kruse, served a tempting salad course the crop and watched the that I had saved 800 pounds from Mr. and Mrs. Harris. Stokes are Mrs. P. P. Dekle accompaniedby I and Mrs.. Clayton Crawford
Q. P. Raymond and Mrs. Mrs'j to following guests: Mrs. J. E. Wilson. growth of It very closely with my acre. I the proud parents of a little son. her guests, Mrs. Ranew and spent the week-end here with Mr.
Haynes. Mrs. W. L. Wall Mrs. G C. much- intprpnt.- na -Ih Kfrmrtv-" nut.n_ I These seed will be pooled and I _it.'6" _-...:._1 _ff.,.g.. Y ..-. --t.-UII''.'''-' KDU daughter, and Miss Catherine mo- and Mrs. Arthur Alvarez.Mr. .
-- --- White, Miss Madge MIddleton, Mrs.. grew the grass and weeds: sold cooperatively with the Boys' children of Lake City. were visiting tored: to Starke and to the state I H. M. and A. R. McRae motored -
; CIIRISTI ENDEAVOR Effie Miner Mrs. W. E. Torode,, I In the summer 'we held a club 4-H Crotalarla Club of Union and In our section Wednesday. farm, Tuesday. to Sanderson last Friday.
HAVE WATCH PARTY Mrs. J. M. Brownlee, Mrs. A. M, tour of all the projects including Bradford counties. Of course, ]I Mr. John Hunter and Mr. Roy'I Russell Varnes Kirke Dekle, .
.. Darby Miss Amelia Ray, Mrs. O Crotalarla when nearly every boy am saving out some of these seed Woods of Lake City, were visiting Mesdames C. L. Varnes and E. V. SMALL: BLAZE SATURDAY
Miss Margaret Williams entertained L. Beaaley and Mrs. L. A. Davis. saw the other boys' acres. The as my father expects to plant several In our section one day of last week. I, Wilson spent Saturday at Swift
with a Christian Endeavor crop then was growing rapidly and acres next ,season, and several Mr. Joshua Groover spent Christ- Creek cemetery cleaning the farnly The fire department made a fast
watch party Thursday evening at FUNERAL OF LITTLE OWE looked fine. Our state club agent of the neighbors want seed. mans here with his mother Mrs.J. burial plot. run early Saturday night outsidethe
'. the home of her parents. Mr. and THORNTON HELD THURSDAY and others were with us and spoke a H. Kelley. Mr. and Mrs. R. K. Dukes and west city limits and extinguish. ....'
.; :JJfa. T S. Williams on Cherry favorable of the projects. HOOVER IS SAil TO ) Mrs. Sarah Jane Dukes were called ed a roof blaze on the kitchen of
fitreet. Little Ollla Marjorie Thornton, Then fall came, and we had a OPPOSE SALARY CUTS to the bedside of the latter's daughter the house occupied by Mr. Purivas
,, ', The home was prettily decorated sixteen months old daughter of large crop of seed to harvest. We Mrs. Arthur Douglas Friday. and family. Occupants of a car
for this delightful affair with narcissi Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Thornton, pass. discussed methods of gathering the Washington, Jan. 4-While a SAMPSON CITY We trust Mrs. Douglas will soon passing on the highway noticed the
v.. and ferns. At the close of an ed away Wednesday night the 30th seed and handling them at our club proposal for drastic slashes in con- Miss Dorothy Smith, Cor. recover her wanted health. blaze and warned the family, who
evening pleasantly spent, refreshments of December 1931, after sufferingfor meetings. Mr. Dyer sent out letters gressional salaries came, today 'We are glad to report Mr. Dana r attempted to extinguish the fire,
were served to the following twelve days from colitis and telling of the best methods of I from Capitol Hill authorities word Dukes ,is able to be out again after but a water shortage forced themto
present: Misses June Bullen, Beatrice other complications.The picking and cleaning the seed. The passed through administrationsources Mrs. Della Thomas and son, Gus, a serious attack of measles. relay a call to the fire depart.
Bullen, Lucile Mitchell, Peggy funeral took place at three weather was favorable and we that President Hoover spent Sunday in New River. Mrs. D. L. Duke accompanied by ment. Firemen used the contents of
t Turnbull Dorothy Sapp, Joe Green, o'clock in the afternoon on the last saved a fine lot of seed. would sternly-,oppose any general Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Jones were I Misses Gladys Duke and Ruby the chemical tank to bring the
Ina Forsyth, Lois Long, Margaret day in the old year, and the services With the great Interest createdIn federal wage cut. shopping In Starke Monday.Mr. : Vhitehurst visited Mr. and Mrs. flames under control.
;! 'i. l.owry, Loiselle Turner, Lillian were conducted by Rev. G. P. the crop with boys and the While the president kept his and Mrs. A. K. Smith spent Cautben Tuesday. .
, Sternberg. Messrs. Wesley Stearns, Raymond at the Christian church farmers, we club boys decided to own counsel, no doubt remained as Monday In St. Augustine.Mrs. 'The' family* of Mrs. Russell Parish Wllllston Local citizens seek
l ; Herbert Stevens, Harry Tyson, W. The Interment was in Santa Fe organize a Crotalarla Club In UnIon to his position. He was represented Johns of New Rive Is visit- are the latest victims of the paving of one mile If Highway No.
Barnes, of Ralford; James Hol- cemetery, with DeWitt C. Jones, and Bradford counties with a as feeling that the government I. ing her daughter, Mrs. Truby measles. 5 out .of this city.BIG .
i. llagsworth. Tommy Williams and mortician, In charge.To membership of the 30 boys who must maintain its scale to Brown. Mrs. T. H. Waters and son, T. H.
Junior McDonald. the parents who with empty grew an acre each to Crotalaria retain responsible officials; thata Mr. Gus Wynn of New River was Jr., were guests of Mr. and Mrs.
arms grieve for their baby, it may this year. We have a director, federal wage cut would set the here Sunday. Julius Parrish recently.Mr. rrT JMIJUULFIU
: TRUSTEES AFTER be some consolation to think that vice-director and a secretarytreasurer country a bad \example, and that Harold, infant son of Mr. and and Mrs. M. P. Dekle are
DELINQUENTS everything possible] in the way of which constitute the executive the buying power of federal as Mrs. W. H. Smith, has been quite moving to our section. They will
; medical skill and tender nursingwas committee. We also elected an well as other workers must be 111 for two weeks, with measles and occupy the house vacated by Mr.
: At a meeting of the board of done to relieve the little sufferer adult advisory committee of three maintained. pneumonia, but is improving now. Julius Parrish and family.
bond trustees held Monday Jan. ; and also to reflect that their growers of Crotalaria to assist us a Rev. Butler filled his regular ap. Eugene Hall has returned to his
4th. it was ordered that all delinquent child Is safe In heaven and will not with the business. SCHOOL INSPECTOR HERE pointment here Sunday at the home at Cross olty. Mrs. Hall and
accounts be collected promp have to endure the sorrows, toils Through this organization, were Christian Church. children will join him later.
tly or services discontinued. The and pain that comes In this life, going to boost the growing of R. M. Evans:, state Inspector of A work day will be held at the Kirke and Julian Dekle were
regulations of the plant are that and that some sweet day they will Crotalarla until we have the crop elementary schools, spent Tues- church next Tuesday, January 12 visitors at the home of Mr. and
services not paid by the 15th of see her again. growing on practically every farmIn day in Starke.,JtIr. Evans accom- to finish the celling. Everybodycome Mrs. John Thomas Saturday eve
the month will be discontinued and Friends and relatives expressedtheir the two counties. We expect to panied Supt. Griffls on an Inspection and help. ning.O. SALE
In the future the superintendent sympathy with lovely flowers enroll at least 100 boys In this project trip of Accredited schools Frank Herring and Gene Ransen- .- P. Dekle, Robbie Parrish,
will not which much next within Bradfonj county dalf left for Kirke and Julian Dekle, Claude Of the Famous
act as collector but will were appreciated by year. ... I Monday Lake Wales.
promptly cut off service. Delin the parents. We also decided__n____ fn__ _marital_.__n__ nnr___ Richard Smith returned to MI- Varnes, Mrs. E. V. Wilson, Misses $10 Selby $12
; qllen accounts now on the books seed cooperatively. We will have BAPTIST ami Friday.Mr. Gladys Duke and Ruby Whitehourst Arch Preserver
books will have to be paid at the "Leaves have their time to fall, all seed recleaned with a special and Mrs. Speedy Solomonof attended a party at the
rte of 10 per cent pes month un-I And flowers to wither at the north machine to Insure a high grade of Sunday school- at 10 a. m., A. J. Jacksonville are camping here home of Miss Ruth* Hines, Thursday
til paid. wind's breath, seed and uniformity In quality. Thomas, supt. for hunting season.BOOTSEY'S. evening. $7.75Vogue
And stars to set; but all, These seed will be pooled and sold. Our new class of business men L. L. Johns was grinding cane
MAV-WIIJL NOT ENTER: RACE Thou hast all season for thine, O The club has borrowed funds for started the new year under the last week, at the home of O. J. O. Boot Shop
Death! advertising sacking and other expenses leadership of Mr. Bumgarner with Green. 121 W. University Ave.
1 A Friend. to started then I an attendance of eight. Each mem- Mrs. Estelle Green and Johnnie
: For business a certain BEACH GAINESVILLENow
reasons I have declined I 'ber will try to get another one to Andrews are recovering from an
percent will be taken out of
I the .
Idea of .
for sheriff of Bradford entering race WILL RECEIVE BIDS 'the sale price to repay this and join and soon,a1largo class will be (L. Gaaklns, Cor.) attack of measles. '.
county. I Millie -
built up.Worship. Mrs. Touchstone Mr. and
wish by this method to thank all ON NEW BRIDGEThe carryon the business of the club _.
at l} a. m. and 7:30 --------- --- --- ---- --- --
One cent p. .
my friends and per pound is being reserved -
supporters for their
m. Mr. W. C. Chesser and Mr. C. E.
T encouragement and pledges of board of bond trustees of for our club to pay for short ,
sup Mid-week service at 730 Crawford made a business trip to
port of my candidacy. I may at Bradford county Florida, met Jan. course trips, camps, and other ;
Wednesdays. Haxville
A future things In connection with the club. n Saturday night.
date make the race for 4th in regular session with the following -
Mrs. W. C. Chesser and daughter -
sheriff of Bradford county. members present: H. P. With our organization we not
PRESBYTERIAN Nettie and Mrs. C. E. Crawford
Again, thanking you, I am, 3alney, O. Haynes, W. E. Torode. only hope to dispose of all our seed .
In an orderly way, but to assistIn spent Saturday night at Lawtey,
Yours Upon motion Mr. Torode acted as
sincerely, 'Services
Sunday January, 10;. as the guests of Mrs. Cbesser's sister,
establishing this great ...
chairman on
H. D. MAY. pro tern. Minutes of the crop follows
: Mrs. Jeff Prevail.
the farms of these two .
last meeting were read and
( ap 10 a. ni,, Sunday school J, M. Mrs. L. M. Murrhee and daughter '
;' ',Winter Raven Cgnstruction proved. Truby, supt. : Miss Frankie Lou, and Mr. W.
\ underway on first exhibition ball .Me. Galney was appointed a "How I Grew My Acre of Crota- 11 a. m. Morning worship, ser C. Chesser, were attending to business : "
for fourth annaul Florida Orange committee to meet the Union county ,Jarllli"'I mon by the pastor. The Holy Communion in Starke Saturday afternoon. '
Festival, located on Third street board January 7th In connection A radio talk given over WRUF of the Sacrament of the Miss Bertice Gaskins baa returned 1S
Northwest. with the receiving of bids for the 'I Gainesville, Dec. 23 by Ivan Ha- Lards Supper will be observed. home after spending several
construction of bridge across New zen, champion Crotalarla Club boy Pastor and session urge a full attendance days In Jacksonville the guest of 54
" River at Dukes Ferry. of Florida. of the membership. New her uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. E.
; Routine bills were paid and the When the boys of my community members will be welcomed. W. Rosier.

t OVER WOIt/ED board adjourned. enrolled In the Crotalaria Club last 6:30: p. m. Christian Endeavor. Mr. C. E. Crawford and Mr. W. are DOllAR
spring under direction of our county Topic, "What Shall I do With My C. Chesser were visitors to Camp-
ERVES CARl OF THANKSWe agent Mr. L. T. Dyer, I decidedto money?" Leader, Miss Dorothy vllle Sunday.We AND

1.)., -- join .and plant an acre to this Sapp. are glad to report Mr. and ONE1tim
desire to most sincerely crop. 7:30: p. m. Evening worship, song Mrs, J. L. Gaskins and daughters,
:i Th thank the persons who worked In following out the plan' fur and sermon. Thelma and Gertrude, are all able

with us to save the life of our baby, nished us. I selected an acre of Prayer meeting Wednesday at to be out again] after being con- ..
# Ollie Marjorie. Thornton, and also light sandy land where corn was 7:30 p. m. fined to their home for several
r' those who assisted us at the time grown the previous year. It was The Woman's Auxiliary will meet days with measles. ',
of the funeral. Special thanks are medium high and rather poor,, Tuesday 'evening.. January' 12 at We are sorry to report Little Is the
due to Dr. Biggs. Dr. MIddletonand which was suitable for growing TiSO With Itri- C N. Christy. Mrs. Henry Reddish very 111 with measles' -
r'r Dr. Parks for their medical Crotalarla. W. W. Morrow-will lead the missionary at this writing. .
attention, and to Miss Ollie Marr, In preparation of my acre, I program. Mr. Jack and Marshall Prlnglu
r'.j. Mrs. Lugenia Burney, Mrs. W. L. broke the soil with a three-horse A cordial Invitation to all our of Maxville were visitors here Sun .Time to StartSAVING
Thigpen and Mrs. Julia Williamsfor plow about seven Inches deep. After services! extended to all. day afternoon. ;

their careful nursing. about two weeks, It was readyto t,
Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Thornton slant. :

I- laid off the rows very shallow. Phone STEAM PRESSING CO. Suits

I SCHOOL BOARD MET :MONDAY\ about two and one-half feet apart, 52 J. Frank Thoman, Prop. Cleaned & .
then the seed .
planted a planter
'i Board met January 4th In regular using about five pounds of seed FELT HATS Cleaned and Blocked Reshaped "',
,.f. IIp To TOUT Mr *n work.- session with all members prea- per acre. By using a cucumber >f '
h _'.. wonder everr nerve at high tension. ent, minutes read and approved. plate the planter dropped the seed ,11.: The procedure is so simple. Come to this Banc
i I and bark you snap children.at the wife Questions of transportation were about two inches apart. This was S at time take
: at the discussed and settled. any only a minute and deposit a dol-
i Watch on April 15th.A :
1 may out lead! to Overworkednerves SleeplessMSB The local trustees met with the good stand came up.' and In 'lar. But to accomplish any definitely set purpose

Nervous Headache} Nervous board relatives to certain condi- about ten days I plowed It again MODERN DRY CLEANING you must adopt a systematic method put asideS
< : Indigestion and a host of tions In the Bradford County High cultivator. Then I plowed It again little
t' otber unpleasant disturbances. School and these conditions remedied about three weeks later. This was a every pay day. You'll be surprised how
t Why dOll't :you try Dr. Mil**' enough to keep down the weeds Modern cleansing machinery, and a corps [ fast it accumulates with the interest compounded

.t. ,, Effervescent Just Nervine Tablets Bills for the months were audit and grass as the plants were about of skilled employees assures you the best ..:, quarterly.
one In half
s gums of
if:' Water' makes a pleasant, sparkling ed and paid. three feet high and lapping in the in dry cleaning of the most delicate fab
No further business the board middles
drink at this last'! plowing.
, to ovor-Uxed delightfully ner v.e. soothing adjourned to meet the first Monday The crop made a very slow rics. Cheaply, yet thoroughly, we do your Commercial Accounts
. :, Dr. Miles' Nervine Is now in February. growth at first but with warmer garments in a manner that assures once a
'made In two forms-Liquid and A. J. GrlfTIs, Secy. weather and summer rains It grew customer always a customer. Also Invited
Effervescent Tablet. Both bar* It ,
I rapidly. began to bloom In August
t the same soothing .!feet.t GROWERS MEET TONIGHT and during September It wasa .
$1.00 at :your drag store PHONE 28
w? solid mass of yellow flowers. It
Members of the Bradford County -! was a great show to many people The BANK of STARKEAN
Growers Association will meet passing who had never seen 1 It
tonight. January 8th, at the court. growing before. Many questions STARKE DRY CLEANERS
z. house. All members and others interested bad to be answered. as some HONOR ROLL BANK

In the growing of cucumbers thought It was a new kind of The only dry cleaning plant In town E. S.
\, are urged to attend this bacco, while others wanted to-I Matthews Pres. B. J. Davis Cashier
meeting. know' If It was a feed crop.

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I her parents, resided: In Frostproof,' little daughter, Irene -i-v ill.i :j
but who now live at Starke Is In
Lit 'JVTJY We all hope she will soon ;
Heilbronn recover.
the city for a few days' visit with Springs GREENWOOD
Mr. C, C. Crawford is
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Allen. Miss Mrs. E. E. killing:
I Burney, Cor.
Bits of (Thclnin Rhodrn, Cor.)
EninruUyne PrliiRle Cor.
Underhill Is teaching school at Ral- hogs.Mr. .
IT. G. Crawford picked
ford and leaves today for her I
Mrs. J. F. Howell and young son peck of strawberries last Saturday
work. We can just remember Hazel The
has returned to their home In Mac dance given Monday nightat Misses Aleene and Lorene Rosier and they sure were fine
as a pretty little tot years ago the home of Mr. E. B. Johns was
I local Nev Mr. and Mrs. Lewis
: clenny after spending' a few days pent Saturday night with their Tyson and
and It was a real pleasure to have enjoyed by all who attended.
here with her uncle, J. B. Rowe cousins Evelyn Moseley and Em- children of Providence were visiting :
her call at the News ()1TlceFrostproof Misses Susie Well JuanIta Williams -
and family.! malyne PrIngle. her parents Mr. and Mrs. H. D. j

Concerning Our People Business andProgress News.EDVAitfl3. Misses Katheleen Blanchnrd and Genevieve and Mildred Sanders :Mr. C. A. Pringle and nephew Dicks last Sunday. ,
attended the n. Y. P. U. at
of the County and Town. :; APPOINTEDAS Ruth Rowe Tom Beck and Ver- Rising Sunday night. Kay were visiting Mr. Robert Nolan ;
non Rowe visited friends and relatives Sunday morning.Mr. .
in Macclenny this week. anti Mrs. A, B. Rosier were i :

::J ______......... """...""."...121212......... =01:11:1, :: :: C'I CJ. C'II2I2I2. ...... """ """ "'" ........... Messrs. W. C. Wooten and A. A. brother at Klaalmmee this visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. Q. Rosier '
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oooaoca; == """ ==""" """ ""' =0. The City council met January 5, Grlffls In Mr.. A. L. !lalll.... Cor.
were Macclenny and Sunday.Mrs. .
attended courtIn Miss Kate Struth several in regular session with all mem- Mr. Russell Judd was visiting
Col. D. E. Knight spent
Glen St. Mary attending to bUsi- Hester Snpp was vlaitlng >
Macclenny Tuesday. days this week In Wildwood visitIng bers present. Minutes of the last Miss Louise Starling and Miss Losslo -
ness last Friday. her Mr. J. Rosier .
son. Q. Sunday.Mr. II IIrE'1l
J. M. Allen visited Frank lIar-
relatives. meeting were read and approved.Mr. Anderson Sunday afternoon.Mr. .
Bob Moore has returned to his J. D. Peele and Mr. Leslie '.
Col. H. V. Knight attended courtIn Wm. Monden requested the work in North Carolina after Percy Starling was visiting McClellan were in Lawtey Sunday.Mr. Sunday.

St. Augustine Tuesday.Mr W. A. Dubose of Tampa, spent city to do some ditching on streetIn spending the holidays with his par- Miss Rosa Anderson Sunday night. and Mrs. William Pringle Rev. McGftulcy and Rev. Taylor 1
front of his Miss Louise Thomas Satur- preached at the China Grove )
several days of last week visiting property on Orange spent
ents, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Moore. were visiting Mr. and Mrs. Leslie
.and Mrs. J. A. Saul were friends and relatives In Starke and street. Same was referred to the Mrs. J. S. Gilchrlst and day with Miss Mildred Sanders McClellan church Sunday.Mr. .
street committee.The sons Mr. N. C. Mott and family visit Sunday morning.Mrs. And Mrs. F. P. Coleman via-
Jacksonville Sunday.
in Worthington
have returned to their home in Maggie Forsyth and daughter -
council duly considered the ed Mrs. E. J. Lewis last Friday. Ited R. I* Lee Wednesday.

Col. and Mrs. J. L. Frazee were and Mrs. J. M. Brownlee. appointment of a city engineer and days Brunswick with relatives after spending in Starke a and few i Miss Susie Wells spent Saturday Wednesday, Lucille, with of Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs.spent C. Mrs. J. F. Colley visited Mr. and

vIsitors In Jacksonville Tuesday. Miss Martha Brownlee and Milton J. M. Edwards was duly appointed.The Lawtey. night and Sunday with Miss Annie A. Mrs. Curl Andrews Sunday.
for fixed at Sweat. Pringle. J. M, Ira and Ernest Allen vIsIted -
salary same was
Brownlee Jr., were guests Sunday Billy and Jim Moore Edwards Mr. J. C. Pringle and son, Marshall -
New Garden and Field Seeds arriving evening of Mr. and Mrs. S. T. Dell 25.00: per year. spent the past week at Kingsley Mrs. R. Williams and daughter were visiting Mr. C. A. Prln Mrs. Radph Gainey Sunday.
O Juanita, motored to Starke Robert Spencer called on Edgar
at White. Prices Right. l-8tf In Gainesville.Dr. TAKES lake fishing and hunting.Mr. I Monday morning.Mr. gle Sunday afternoon. Glisson Tuesday. '

OVERSINCLAIR and Mra. H. R. Sapp were Mrs. Leslie McClellan was visit.
Dr Austine Carey of Lake City. and Mrs. B. S. Carroll re AGENCY visiting in Starke Monday. I Melvin Russell Carter, of Ing her Mater, Mrs. William Pringle Albert Gllssion and Eliza H.tr-
rell visited Eunle Allen .
Woodlawn MIss Mildred and Juan. Sunday.Our 1
spent Tuesday and Wednesday in turned to their home In Daytona Miss. Leulla Tatum has returned Tuesday afternoon.Mr. .
N. D. Wainwright Jr., has been it Williams motored to Starke school Is progressing nicely
Starke. Beach Sunday after spending a to her home In DoLnnrl after a delightful J. S. Mathln returned to his
mother appointed distributor for the Sin- Saturday night since the holidays.Mr. '
while with Mrs. Carroll's visit here with her
sister. home In Jacksonville after
clair Refining Company for this Mr. Oren Green and Misses Pauline spending and Mrs. Carl Andrews visited ,

Mrs. I.. G. Knight of JacksonvilleIs Mrs. F. A. Long. I Mra.:: G. W. Roberts. a few days with Mr. C. A. Prln
section, taking over the manage- Lorene and Nellie Green Mrs. Spencer Sunday. ,
the guest of her aunt, Mrs. W. Mr. and Mrs. C. Y. Mayo and I pass '
Mrs. Emma Anderson returnedto ment of bulk station here January ed through this section Sunday af gle.Mrs. Mm.' J Norton visited Mrs. 1C
O. Halle. daughters have returned to their anti childrenwere
Daisy Prlngle .
1st. He succeeds Mr. C. W. Ford, ternoon. Tuesday.
her home in Archare, Sunday home in
who has had the agency for several Tampa. Miss Ruby Green spent Saturday visiting her sister. lfrVlllie Mra. Kinney: Griffis lu sick at
Mr. and Mrs. N. D. Bumgarner after a weeks visit here with her : Miss Patsy Edwards has returned Reddish Sunday afternoon I
years. Mr. Wainwright will night and Sunday with her cousin this writing. We are sorry to hear
motored to Gainesville Sunday af son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and to her home here after visiting Mra. WnUlo Pringle was visiting
be assisted G. L. Miss this.
by Sapp. Genevieve Sanders.Mr. .
ternoon. Mrs. E. M. Davis.Congressman relatives in Jacksonville.Tom Seeber Forsyth, Miss Hilda her parents. Mr. and Mrs. II. O. i ,j
Beack left Tuesday for Miami Rivera
FLORID\ LEADS TilE and mother near Luwtcy Sunday after Work
Forsyth! Mrs. John Davenport xmuerwayfor
Judge and Mrs. A. Z. Adkins R. A. Green, Mr. where he has accepted a position -
COUNTRY IN TREE PLANTING Forsyth spent In Lake construction of new airport.
Sunday noon.Mr. )
Georald Middleton and Mr.
spent Wednesday In Macclenny and George Wales. and Mrs. Leslie McClellanwere

Jacksonville.Miss Johns left Saturday for Washington The many friends here of Mr. visiting Mr. and Mrs. John ,
Nearly Quarter Million of George Mr. and Mrs. Littleton Kite of
after spending the holidays at and Mrs. W. W. of Orlando Griffis .
McCoy Sunday afternoon. MIMl M! I'n llr'IIIOM* 5 M)
"'I1"hlngtonIt'morhils! Started i Jacksonville, spent two weeks with '
Eleanor Smith of Titusville their respective homes. will be pleased to learn they are MIlls Willie Mae Reddish was via- t IHIII'I'OIl'l .'1
her father, Mr. Frank Robinson.
was the week-end guest of Miss the proud parents of a who ting her Misses Pencle ..
son cousins and Not Ivit I I. herelvy nlvon\ that nil
Hazel.Adkina. Mrs. Bumgarner Misses Edna With 225,801 George Washington was born Dec. 23rd at Orlando. I They returned home Saturday.BROOKER Janie Sapp Sunday afternoon.Mr. rl..lto'.N.. l<>Kittttt., tliMrtliuteRM. aiul ;
memorial trees already planted .nil pernonM hiivlnir, claltnM flffnlnutllm 1
and Carrie Hutto, Pearl Manningand Mrs. McCoy will be remembered In and Mra. William Prlngle i-nuile' Wllllnnin U. Foryth. I
Mrs. S. E. Brownlee is spending Helen Prather were in Gainesville In the state, Florida was reported Lawtey as Miss Doris Tracy. and little son, Doyle were visiting .,,,......AP'I., sir,. ti,>ret>v 1'11I1.d| l ttprpHitnt .>
to be all .
Saturday leading lIwlr rlutnir* duty iiiith mttcntml
several days in Atlanta this week Wednesday evening.Mr. other states on a population basisin Mr. and Mrs.' E. B.-Burney and Mr. and Mrs. John Griffis Sunday .. to lht hoIlurft' h).. den, Oiirill-

wtlb relatives.Mr. children. Billy and Faye, were In I afternoon.Mr. ner, county .jiiI... of Bradford( miniIV ".
of number of tree plantings in the Klorliln. for hits III'P"OVRwllhln" \
and Mrs. O. D. Groff '
Bicentennial tree planting campaign Starke Saturday. Miss Vera Galncy, Cor. Kay Pringle and St. Clair i Ins yenr from tint A hereof, or this 1 \
W. W. Paige, Jr., of Jacksonville Bradenton and Mrs. Antha Hall of F. R. Carradine has. leased the I Mosley were in Starke Saturday' notion will uS holil I In Imr thxrnto.
being sponsored by the for- unit all I Demon liKlfilitnl. I to ....hi e.-
Wilcox and Mrs.
were visiting Mr. store
spent the week-end in building formerly occupiedby evening. ,-
Starke with relatives.Mr. G. M. SIstrunk Monday. est services, according to Harry E. E. Burney and I Is uolng same I Mrs. T W. Markey and brother, .tat. .ni forthwith" 1''I".t.,1| 1n to the PRY unrl thtr ritlwntdnilmlnlNtrntor. nalilbtH .
Lee Baker state forester for Flor- .
for feed store.A. Earl Green were attending to business
or 1012.<>
Thin 8tli tiny .Tiiniinry.
and Mrs. George Gardiner Judge and Mrs. A. Z. Adkins, ida.It A. Griffis went to Homassasa In Gainesville Monday.Mr. J. A, IIAYUICH.' ,
Hazel and Miss was stated at Mr. Baker's of. and Mrs. Clifford Hazen and l.g.Ut-3-4 AiliiilntHtrulor
were dinner guests Sunday! of Mr. Misses Lois AdkIns. Sunday and returned Monday. He MILLER I
and Mrs. J. O. Jones. Eleanor Smith and A. Z. Adkins fice that many organizations in was accompanied by his aunt and children were here Sunday visitinghis
the state still to be heard \.)'rII 1 Tit ItKIMOIIN AMi >
were mother. Mrs. D. W; Hazen. Rllen Illarknrliler. Cor.
of Mr. and
Jr., were guests Sunday cousin. Mrs. Campbell and daughter 'HI:m'roiiv

Mrs. Walter Cooper and Mrs. Mrs. J. C. Adkins of Gainesville.Mrs. from. Figures are being compiledby who has been the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Todd Red spent
the American Tree associationin NntlciM IP.. hereby" pxlvcn i I that tillrrirllu
Brannon of Sanford were guestsMonday his mother, Mrs. Enoch Grlffia for Tuesday In Lacrosse visiting his Friends of Mr. J. L. Brown will >iM. iegiit'I... utr..a aiul
of Mrs. II. C. Ritch. Grace V. Richardson and Washington and also by the several days. mother, Mrs. E. B. Redd. be to know .all\ perNO" 'Imvlnir. chumP' \ RKiihtxt
glad he
Florida Forest Service In Florida. very la Improving the ,ntttte of J. W Alliiivwi' Nr, tieceaHpfl. -
little daughter, Grace, who spent J. B. Rowe was sworn In as the We are very sorry to report that at thla writing.Mr. are horphy, |I.'rilPNt"0 1 : t in |>re-
several months here with her slater Mrs. Clara I. Thomas, state our school bus driver, Mr. S. M. split I their rlnlniH, tn the llitnnrabl h!
marshal for 1932
Mr. and Mrs. N. B. Lovell spent at the council and Mrs. Wilbur Brown of ofliraclfnifl
Onrillnpr, )IlfltV JmlK"
chairman of of the tie A.
the week-end In Jacksonville guestsof Mrs. A. W. Anderson, have re- conservation last Monday night. Mott, Is ill at thIs writing. We all Hernando are moving back In our ) ,'"."II t 3. Kloi'Mu' .14, for bin
Mr. and Mrs. S. V. Trlgg. urned to their home in Swathmore, Florida Federation of Garden clubs, The strawberries are coming In wish him a speedy.recovery. A sub section approval within one year frnin, rlntahprenf
be held
i la tabulating the registration of or this notice will
stitute Mr. 11. B. Crosby, is taking
Pa. quite rapidly for the pant few days Friends of Mr. Leslie Waters will Itar therein' and all purminw' Indiilit'-d'
I.. more than 2,000 tree plantings un- and with the hIs place. In Maid. entitle, are reiiulrvil, to nay'
County Agent T. Dyer of Lake continued warm be to know he
sorry Is III and
der her direction by the school children very lhlr .Maid. doom forthwith to the undprMlirtied >
Messrs. P. A. and L. G. Crosby
Butler was attending to business Dr. and. Mrs. S. P. Vandlviere weather a number of crates will has been for some time. We all AclmlnlHtrntor.Thlrt .
matters in Starke Wednesday I have returned to their home In of St. Petersburg, Mr. Baker soon be leaving our town. were attending to business In wish him a speedy recovery. 8th: :diiy of January. A. p.
Aueusta. Ga.. after spending the Mr. and Mrs. Paul Carr In and Starke Tuesday. Friends of Mrs. Annie Belle Aid- 1032.: J. W. ANnilllWB.: Jr.

.:Mr. and Mrs. E H._ Smith attended i holidays with Mrs. Vandiviere's. NEW KIND OF STRAWBERRIES son were vlaitlng1 4n Jacksonville I Messrs. It. P. Galney, A. B. Sur- ridge will be sorry to know her 1-8-01-3-4 AilmlnlHtrntor
the New Year's dance givenIn parents Mr. and Mrs. G..W. Aider-- I ON WAY Tuesday. '".' I rency, and'R. T. Osteen were attending .

Morocco Temple Jacksonville. man. A delightful social event of the to business In Starke Mon

holiday season, was the new year'seve .
Misses Katie and Virginia Fu. Mr. and Mrs. S. G. Lewis had as J Florida strawberry growers will dance at the club house given Y. P. U. every Sunday nightat I
be glad to learn that three new
gate returned home Sunday aftera their guests Sunday their daugh-, by the young men of the town. I the Baptist church. Everybodyis
hybrid strawberries the Bellmar,
visit In Jacksonvilo with rela. tar Mrs. Lilly Fletcher and her Dancing and merry-making was Invited to attend. Extra Special
and Redheart, are now,
tives. sons, Jack and Harry of Jackson enjoyed and the new year was welcomed -
being introduced by the United
ville. States Department of Agriculturefor In a fitting manner. Tempt BECK!: ROWS TO 1IAISUKN
Mrs. E. W. Harris of refreshments served
and son, ing were to
trial by growers. Farmers desiring -
Jacksonville. spent the week-end Mrs. J. M. Morqus and two to try one or more of these the guests after midnight. Those GaInesville. Jan. S.-Kld BalsUen

with Mrs. Harris's mother Mrs. J. daughters, Betty and 'Neva of Arcadia varieties should write the depart- present were: Missed DorIs Burney, of Valdouta outclassed Tommy '

C. Willa. returned to their home Sun- Mary Torode, Ruth Rowe Kath-
ment at Washington as they are "Kid" Beck of Lawtey here last JAN.8TH-JAN.9TH
day after a week's visit here at adapted to different localities and leen Blanchard Dolly Dinkins, night to win the 10 round main

Miss Margaret Williams spent the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. L. purposes. The Bellmar Is recom- Gladys Reddish, :Abbey Harley, feature of the City Club weekly

spent several days during the holidays Wan. Madallne Frigo. Beatrice Miner,
mended for trial as a general mar- boxing show. Baisden was superior -
with Miss Lorayne Barbourof Beverly Cady, Eunice Whitehead, and was
ket berry in New Jersey Delaware, in every department
Jacksonville. Mr. and Mrs. M. S. Hayes and Maryland. eastern Pennsylvaniaand Enza Blanchard, Rosa Mae Rowe, never In danger. Fancy ttiscuit-Selfrislng

children, Godfrey and Wilda returned Virginia. The Southland is Pearl McEarchen and Thelma Mc- The Valdosta pugilist showed a \

Mrs. C. A. Knight and Miss Lena to their nome In Moore Haven recommended for trial as a high' Earchen: Messrs. Buster Hill. Tom willingness to fight at all times FLOUR 24 pounds 58cII'ROOKFIELD

Belle Shepard returned home Sun- Friday after spending the holidays quality home garden variety for Beck Vernon Claude and Clyde I and carried the battle to his oppon- -

day after a week's visit In Macon with Mr. and Mrs. E. W. the Southern state from North Rowe, Dutch Dan "and Hubbard I ent throughout the 10 rounds. Bais

C,., with relatives. Hayes. Carolina clown to Florida. The Red- Harley, Edwin'' "Torode, Howard I den fought with an Injured left

heart ia'recommended for trial in Miner' Paul Moore Pete Burney, hand which probably saved Beck

Mrs. C. G. Bryant returned Monday Misses Mona Alderman Hazel the Pacific northwest as a good Bill Wainwright '!Flutty Frigo, from a knockout.

from St. Matthews, S. C., 'Adkins Hazel Middleton and Alice canning berry. The Bellmar origi- Robert Blanchard. 'Jtall1e Jones; 0

where she has been visiting rela Fernandez returned to F. S. W. C. nated from a cross of'Missionaryand Mrs. J. H. Howell, Maclenny; Mrs. Bradenton Celery season now BUTTER Pound 30c

tives for the past few weeks. In Tallahassee Monday after spend- Howard 17. The Southland is W E. Torode Mr. and Mrs. V. R. opening In Manatee county. ,

ing the holidays at their respective the result of a cross between the Reddish, Mr. E. E. Burney and Mr.

Miss Eleanor Lewis returned homes.E. Ettersburg 80 and the Howard 17, and Mrs. L. F. Dlnkins. BEST GRADE

home Sunday after spending a made in 1920 but was not sent out

week In Jacksonville at the homeof H. Smith left Wednesday for for trial until highly perfected in COUNTY SCHOOLS OPEN [CENT A WORD GRITS 10 Pounds 18c

her aunt Mrs. Lilly Fletcher. Miami where he will attend the 1927. It has established a record -

air races scheduled in the Magic for high productivity and excep- Following the two weeks' hoti-( j r ,

City January 6tb to 10th. Mr. day during the Christmas season, COLUMN
Mrs. J. J. Canova returned Tuesday tional quality.-Times-Union Short
m from Hartwell Ga., where she Smith made the trip by plane from Talks. schools of the county re-opened I GOOD GRADE

spent the holidays with her parents Jacksonville.Dr. Monday, according to Superintendent FOR SALE-No. 1 Seed Peanuts,

Mr. and Mrs. F. P. Hartwall.Mr. WEATHER RETORT Grlffia. All of the schools Florida Ruuner Variety, 63c: per RICE Pounds 17c
now operate for eight months but
and Mrs. E. R. Marshburnand bushel, f o. b. Reddick, Fla. Len

and Mrs. A. L. Spencer. Miss children, Betty Edward and Compiled by Starke Branch, U. the Starke school will be the last Redding Reddlck Fla. It*
Mona Claire, returned to their In the county to dosS the holidays I
Ruby Fugate and Mr. Claude Al- S. Forestry Department.Week COMPOUND
marking the half-way point In Its
home in Marianna after
varez of Jacksonville were guests ending. January 1932. FOR SALE-Young berry plants
Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Col- spending a while with Mr. and Mrs. Date Max. Mln. Freclp. term. Lawtey opened its school vigorous and well rooted exchange -

Ie,)'. G. W. Alderman.Mrs. Dec. 30 80 60 In July and will complete the elgnt a few for light mule, or LARDPerPoulld7c
months the latter part of February
F. J. Fattee Rt. 2,
Dec. 31 73 67 .62 good 'cow.
J. E. Futch left Saturdayfor It*
Lieut. 71 57 Starke.
Yancey Williams who Is Jan. 1 -
her home in DeLand after Births NO.2 CANSTOMATOES
Jan. 2 63 41 -
attending Carlisle School Barn-
Mr. and Mrs. D. I. Dennis Ft.
here with
berg- S. C. the with spending the holidays Jan. 3 63 39 FOR RENT-To suitable tenants.
spent holidays
Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Brownlee. Miss White daughter, December 27th. 2 for 15c
Jan. 4 67 41 One .Ix.room house (modern)
hi. parents Mr. and Mrs. T. S. William -
Mary Brownlee returned with her Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Hall Hampton with Price ,
*. Jan. S 74 CO and two lots garage.
aunt and will attend the DeLand Total rainfall for week .62 In. daughter January 2nd. $15: per month. Also a 5-room
Mr. and Mr Llbron Kersey
apartment on first floor cheap.
Mrs. L. M. DeSha and little Starke son. Jan. 2nd.
Fort Pierce Mr. and Mrs. Oliver See W. E. Daugherty, S. Thompson -
daughter Marjorie of Wildwood Mr. and Mrs. Walter Lee Ocala,
Wilson Hayes Milton Brownies Taylor purchased Kentucky Street. It* CORNFLAKES 2for 15c
spent several days this week with Jr., James Richard Wainwright, TourIst Camp, located near south- son, Jan. 2nd. -

her parents Mr. and Mrs. W. H. George Inman and Merrill Futch
ern part of city from J. Edmundson. -
Struth. have returned to the University of __ .
>f-aiez- _,ppp ,.._S--ppn.. .
Florida at Gainesville, after spend- FANCY BISCUIT

Mrs. C. G. Arrendell of St. Augustine ing the holidays at their respective Jacksonville- J., Olson &: Sons

Is this week at homes here. FLOUR 6 18c
spending received contract for dredging THE TIMESUNION20c pounds -
the home of Dr. and Mrs. O. L. work at municipal docks and term-

Haynea. The Epworth League of the inals at coat of approximately 97,*

Methodist church gave an enjoy- 000. PER WEEK OR 85c PER MONTH NEW ALT ANT 1C

Mrs. J. W. Andrew., Jr., and able New Year watch party Thursday -

children, Jacqueline and Buddy and evening at the Methodist par-
New Port RIchey-Mrs. Oneta Dear Customer MATCHES 6 25c
Mrs. E. J. Roberts spent Friday in sonage. This affair was well at. DeWoody added Insurance depart- packages - -

Hastings with Mr. and Mra. Z. J. tended and a good time had by all. ment to her real estate business. Please be advised that beginning January 1st, I shall

Roberts.Mr. I require all subscribers to pay in advance. REGULAR
Mr. Eugene Matthews left Sunday } I
Dade Better Foods Store
City -
and Mra. H. C. RItch had for Columbia University New opened for business by E. C. De- This is necessary in order that I may continue to render -

as their guests Sunday Mrs. Ritch'a York City after spending the holidays Long. you the service you have been getting.I BRILLO,2forISe
father, Mr. S. H. Demaree and her here with his parents :Mr.!

sister, Miss Mary Demaree of and :Mra.! E. S. Matthews. Accom- wish to thank you for the patronage in the past

Gainesville. paning him to Jacksonville were 666 and to assure you of even better service in the future.
Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Matthews. Dr.

S Mr. and Mrs. B. M. Davis and and Mrs. H. B. McLendon and Miss AIM ..'.aid .. Tablet .. Internally Yours truly SAUL'SJVIERE

daughter, Jean nd Mrs. Emma Hazel MIddleton. aa.l 11414 Sal.. ..'....11)'. ..... s
........1... ..* effective treatment (.. CLAYTON
Anderson were the guests Sundayof (..1.." STRICKLAND Agent.
Mr. and.Mm. Edward Wolfe of Hues Hazel Underhill a charmIng $5,000 in Cash Prizes LOWER PRICES RULE

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Il.: PAGE!-SIX _. .. .__ ... .. ." _. _BRADFORD COUNTY._ _TELEGRAPh. 8TABKE, FLORIDA. __ __ __ __ FRIDAY. JANUARY. IL. 191"

41 FARM NEWS SECTION NEW TO MAKE YEAR PLANS IS TIME FOR And the \Worst is Yet to Come--- WRUP FARM PROGRAM"The ington.Clayton. Farm Reporter at Wash-

1932 BABY CHICKENSGainesville Voice of Florida"J Tues., Jan. 12-Thrlps on Citrus,

I Roses, and Weeds--J. R. Watson.

Farm Question Box.
Conducted By Fla.-The new year I Gainesville Fla.-Next week'sFlorida Wed., Jan. 13
season Is the time for Florida poul- Farm Hour for Preventing the
) programs Spread of Chick Diseases
LWi In the
L. T. DYER County A&l'BtlUISS trymen to make plans for the 1932 state radio station WRUF have Incubator-Dr. E. F. Thomas.
of baby chicks. Norman R.
crop Just been announced by the Florida Primer for Town Farmers.

_____ I'CAItti JORDAN Home Deraonntratlon Agent Mehrbof. poultry specialist with I Agricultural Extension Service. Thurs., Jan. 14 How to
the Florida Agricultural Extension These programs are broadcast Prevent -

: : hundred agricultural Service, recently explained. The i1i[ ( from noon until 12:45: easternstandl1.rd ly. County Wormy Agent Pigs-Dr.Robbins.Fri. A L. Shea-
:A NATIONAL- 1ROGR\SI a years. most Important point to considernow !! I time, each week .
. -* FOil AGRICTLTVRE IS industry has built our cities at an Is the breeding pen. The schedule follows day. Jan 15-Development of the

_ ONE GREAT NEED NOW enormous coat to itself. We have The breeding birds should be : Livestock Industry in Florida-_W.
Sat., Jan. 9-Florida Farm News
about the limit In these direc J. Sheely. Farm
gone Reporter at WaRh-
mated two or three weeks before I
""""" and Hints. U. S. Farm Science
tion. Now is the time to begin on I ington.
That a national program for agriculture a constructive program for ,the eggs are to saved for hatching. 4/9 'r= Snapshots. .
with state programs Hens that are used in the breedingpen I -
betterment of the industry. It Mon., Jan. l1-A Year of Farm A good new year's resolution
: which dovetail into It. Is needed : should be selected carefully. c:::"I'-' Progress in the Citrus Belt-H. G.1OTlCfl :
means the ultimate saving of. the / cooperate with the neighbors
and that now Is a good time to Other things being equal, give pref- for social more
launch such a program Is brought nation. erence to the older birds. As a P =::1 -- recreational, and educa-
the recent national con- tional improvement.
Perhaps 1 I'D APl HAIt
out by an editorial in a recent Issue ference on land ustillzatlon has general rule It is not desirable to '_II:=:: -
of Farm and Ranch which breed from pullets. The birds
to make start in the right A worn bill of complaint him
says: helped a should also be strong and vigorous "i-iE Q4i4EC boon filed In the office I of the clerk JtOTICH TO APPHAIt
direction. of circuit court of the 2Ath Judicial
which will better :
"The agricultural program of the mean fertilityand circuit of Florida, In and for Bradford In Circuit Court Twenty-Sixth Ju- Ji..
United States has been more or hatchability. They should! ) BIll.4 county, In Chancery, by Jame.. dicta Circuit In and for Bradford
HAVE DOWNY QUILTS be selected for absence of physicaland H i Kite R.* executor of estate of County, State of Florida. In Chancery -
less of a hit or miss sort. It Is EllHha. Kite deceased aa Complainant. ,
true that the production of crops breed defects. He next spokeof ;,) .and, in which bill he seeks to The Federal Land Dank of Columbia
egg quality as a very Important :_ foreclose a mortgage over the fol a coporatlon.
and livestock has been Intensified I With use an eiderdown quilt be- lowing lands In llradford county Plaintiff.
: 'in various sections based upon soil comes compacted together and factor, and suggested selecting i-- i l<'lorldltowit: v....
those hens : I 6 arrpH. In 8R corner of SEW' of O.V..
but : that produce egg of a Harry and Mattie Parry, hlH
and climatic conditions no of
loses Its elasticity. Take it out NEH and NW of SUiVi of Section 25, wife, et al.
; general program of soil utilization doors, shake and brush It, and expose large size, that are the proper Twp.. 5 South, Rnnno 21 Pefendftnta
? For 10 tihape, and are true to the color WW of SWM of NWV4 of s N'n 30. It: appearing I by affidavit ap
has ever been adopted. or it to sunshine for several : I
Twp I 5 South, Hangs 22 Kn..t and pended to the bill filed In the above
4: more years Information leading to hours. Spread it on the lawn and for the breed. Then the final testIs Lot 9 and W'. of Lot 21 and Nt%{ of state cause hut the resIdence of n.

a general program has been gath- work over It with a stiff whisk egg production. They should be T Tint p:66: l In South Woodlawn, llanve, 1 In 22 Section East, and 30<< )Praun defendant and 1<'therein. 8 Hodson named two la of Unknown the

ered. It. now remains bring the broom to loosen the nap. Thus its studied, from trapnest records or containing 1121ia acres. more or Ie..". and that defendants El Braun
facts together and formulate a elasticity be restored, and It external characteristics, and only The defendants against whom nnld and F. H. Hodxon are over the aire
i may best bill of complaint In. filed are as follows of twenty-one years; It In. therefore
the allowed to
plan, nation-wide in its scope. The will again feel soft and downy. : producers go : John A Efoel, Jr. Lucy M. ordered that unid defendants be and
nation must adopt a long-time pro- Into the breeding pen. ICbel. ; the residence of each: of whom i they are hereby required to appear
Breeding males should be studied] IK .stated therein to be unknown: P.I to the bill of complaint filed I.. ,HiihloauMu .
gram. Each state should adopt a KUDZU GROWS' WELL I 10. Marshall and wire Maretha, F.. J. : same being for the foreclosure
program that will dovetail Into the ON REI CLAY SOILS about the same, paying special attention Marshall, the residence of each of of nol und mortgage and other
to type, width of back, whom IN. .stated therein to be Delaware relief, on or before Monday the ht
national plan. City In State of Delaware, and day of February. A. D. JIII2): othervlHe -
"The waste of effort and of material Kudzu i ia a hay crop that grows depth of body, and head points as their post office box to be 483 I>ela- ; the allegation of saId bill will
well as the production of their par- ware" City, Delaware.' That complainant be taken all confessed by said de-
In conducting the agricultural well in some sections of Florida i has made rtlllfrent! search fendant.
I. industry is enormous. Conservation and the Experiment Station recommends ents.He c=:. a9+O"" and Jnqiilrv to ascertain, the residence U In further ordered that this order
suggested using one male to of each of .said defendants lie published once a week for
of soil Is of immediate planting It on read clay whose residence, ,Is. stated to b... Un- tour -onapctlve weeka In the Brad
Interest. The use of our lands to I land or sandy lands underlaid with about 20 Leghorn females, 15 gen- known and has been unable to nsrertaln I ford County Telegraph, a newnpaperimblUhed
eral purpose females, or 10 hens of Mole-Cricket BestControlled the same' or either of the In. said county and at..te.
the best possible advantage In the red clay. the heavier HINTS TO HOUSEWIVES same and that he has made ellll- Thin 80th djy of December, A. D. .
: meat breeds.
' ; production of food and fiber should Plant are usually set in the win- Average With "gent effort to ascertain a more s Figures Indicate that for every pul- (act location of the residence of V. 13. Q W,, AI.DERMAN
; claim more than passing attention ter, in a well prepared bed at a distance Marshall & wife Maretha E* J. Marshall (SelLl) Clerk Circuit Court
let wanted In the fall It will be Poison Bran Bait Weekly front Home Demonstration '
nec- I:. M JOHNS! ,
from our agricultural leaders. It is of about four feet each way. and was unable to do so. That
essary to hatch about three chicks, Specialist, TaUahassee said bill also names as defendantone Attorney for Plaintiff.
I Important to take out of cultiva- They are cultivated for the first .T. A. AddIson. of Bradford coun- l-1- t-I-29.
tion our marginal lands. It is more year to keep down weeds. Hay: which will mean setting approxi- Mole-rickets are best controlledwith ,I ty, Florida, who Is alleged to be In

important that we cease expanding crops are made the second and mately five or six eggs. Eggs a poison brain bait, says J. R. and possession that all of Maid said lands defendants as. tenant.
should not be saved more tban 10 Watson,, entomologist with the TENNESSEE METHOD FOR are
the cultivated area In sections third years. over the RICe of twenty-one years of
where farming is more speculative Kudzu also makes a good supple- days before Incubation.He Florida Experiment Station. Those BOILING HAMS age and that there I In no person In
the mate of Florida the service of
r than It Is a business. mentary pasture crop If it is not particularly suggested makIng dirty white Insects look very much subpoena upon whom would bind

"Soil selection, soil building and grazed too heavily. Lands in needof plans early, and that quality like crickets except that they have I' said defendants or either of them
The old Tennessee method of' whose residences Is
Boil saving mean more profit per drainage and deep sandy soils birds In the breeding pen will to a shovel-like front: legs with which to be unknown and whose residence

acre: for leas labor. The agricultural have not given best results with large measure determine 1932 they make runways In the soil very good cooks. I.... stated therein to be In Delaware
The ham should have been cured City State of Delaware.
lands have been for this show. profits. much like moles do. They are not .
L exploited crop experiments It IH, therefore, ordered that the
and after in salt
s) particular about what they eat, properly, lying defendants. John A. abel, Jr, Lucy
DISINFECT CUCUMBERSEED and along with the tender the required time it should have M. Ehel', F. K Marshall and Maretha
-A vege- been smoked with wood J 13. J. Marshall and each of them, be
; ,M AND PREVENTHEEDBORNE tables and ornamentals they destroy hickory and they are hereby required to file .
DISEASES they will eat the bait. from 30 to 40 days. (No other with the Clerk of said Court their .B
0'; ZHour to play BridgeAUCTION wood wood was considered quiteso written appearance (personally or ..
: He suggested making the bait by attorney) in 'said court on or before ) ...
Disinfection of cucumber seed to out of 25 pounds of bran and 1 good.) The ham should be at the first Monday In February,

tIII////iY/ $ ) ; prevent the appearance later 01 pound of paris reen. Mix this least one year old when it is boil- A.day D.thereof 1932. the and same thereafter being the to first fileurllh Do You I
t ,. ..._
" and t.nl/1 (f1ul thcil.' .it.'"
such seed-borne diseases as angularleaf dampen it wIth 2 gallons of ed.Wash '
I I ahd! the ham, and "en';". It iny-"t; the bill l of complaint ?
CONTRACT spot and the rots recommended water that contains a quart of scrape In said null at the time prcHCilbedby
.r& ; by Dr. G. F. Weber, associate syrup "and a grated grapefruit or soak it In cold water over night. law. and herein fall .not or decree -
Place bunch of pro-cnnfetffto wIlt be entered LIKII' other the Iniuranc
a smelling any mm
plant pathologist with the Florida oranges or lemons. Some nsmliiKt them and each of them who
'iRcnt ;u human: la i ii the kind of
'it I Ly Wynne Ferguson Experiment Station. He explains growers prefer ordinary laying hay in the ham boiler. Add enough no fall to appear or defend. fellow you like to mete.Hn .
water to cover the ham. Add the It U further ordered that this or
AUCTION BRIDGB* that many pathogenic bacteria and mash instead of the bran. Calciumor tier he published once each week trainin5 and ",,,,rl.nc. qualify
4tiI; L Author Fungi adhering to the seed, to cause white arsenate may also be used I following seasoning for an 18 or 20 for four consecutive weekslhe f him. to furnish nock fire iniuranc*
.. """ .. instead of the lb. ham. name being five weeklk issues. ) In protection that II f 10 guird> youintereni
trouble later on, will be killed witha paris green. the Bradford County Telegraph, a .
w Copyright. 1931 by Hoyle, Jr. little corrosive sublimate.A This bait should be put out in One cup of dark molasses. 1 cup weekly newspaper' published I a..h.d" .

I t good method for this disinfec the evening, Just as often as mole- of brown sugar, 1 large or 2 med Bradford saId .County. Florida, x Il'P': .,..... Wnit or 1Ip_'
i to I t day of February. A. It.
I 1& f ARTICLE No. 10 tion is to place the seed in a cloth crickets are seen. The mixture Is I ium size onions, quartered, 1 cup 1918.

.j Contract, as the name implies, allows lie doesn't get much to work with, hut bag, with the top tied securely and simply scattered about where the mixed Place spices.the ham in the boiler Done, thin-Sim and ordered day of at December Stark Florida A.- HAROLD C. WALL

the player to score towards game only he can euro make sevens and eights. submerge them in a 1 to 1,000 solution mole-rickets feed. bring I li. 1931,
has bid. like and of the Other methods including soil the entire mixture to a vigorous (l. W. ALDERMAN.
1 the number of tricks he For act kings queens. corrosive sublimatefor Clerk Circuit Court. INSURANCE
1& example, if a pl.iyer bids two spades We cannot all be experts but we can 10 minutes. During this time fumigation pouring carbon bisul boil. Keep the boiler covered. (OfO<'IRI Sen' )

i and makes four, he can only score two, certainly improve our game; and ono the bag should be moved aroundIn phide in the burrows, or trappingwith When the.bone shakes the ham is KNU1HT At KNinilT, Starke, Fla. STARKE. FLORIDA
Sollrltoru for
1 the number bid, and the remaining of the best ways to d) so is to study the solution. After the 10 mlp- a light over a kerosene pan, done. Never stick the ham, so the I. 1- fit- 1- SI. Complainant I

j two tricks are scored m his honor over the analysis. of the test hands utes the seed should be rinsed may be used to destroy the pests. old cooks advised, because it would
column at 50 per trick.This rule makes given in these articles. Every one of several let the out.
Truckers Juices (By present
bid for times In cold water allowedto should take care not I-
; i it necessary fur pl.iyeii to game such hands will bring up points of play ,
61 en every hand,whether their opponents or bidding that, if properly understood, dry, and they are ready to plant. to bring them in on manure. The methods we would advise to cook

te overbid or not, provided, of course, will be invaluable. These hands haveall The solution should be mixed In manure should be inspected and If the hame 20 minutes for each STRAWBERRY PLANTSOwing

these hands warrant a try for game. been submitttJ to the writer for wooden or earthenware containers mole-crickets are found, it shouldbe pound.)

An. a result, there are no "dead" analysis and came up in actual play. as metal containers will react with treated with a solution of sodIum Let the ham cool In the liquid;

I Lands at Contract where one player Study them over and make up your the sublimate and thus weaken it. cyanide in water or the double skim it, then pat all over! the hama to the dry-like conditions around Starke,
for example, bids one heart and all pass mind as to the correct bid or play in treatment of sodium cyanide and mixture of equal parts mixed,
C % as occurs very frequently at Auction. each instance. When the analysis 11 dot cloves over the ham, and brownIt and Lawtey we are making very special prices on
FLORID CATTLEMEN ammonium sulphate. The double
When side holds all t he cards there with the
one opinion
ff is bound, to be plenty of action whether given writer's, compare and if there your is any difference, BOUGHT PUREBRED treatment Is the one recommendedFor in the oven. It is good to the your wants in both Missionary and Blakemore berry -

opponents bid or not. The lucky side think it over and then adapt yourself STOCK LAST 1EAR root-knot, and will add muchto last crumb. plans. See our agents Brownlee Bros., Starke,

must bid for game if they want it and and your game accordingly! Handledin the value of the manure. -
and G. W. Roberts of Fla. who will take
.once they feel sure of 'game, they have tins way, test hand will prove Florida farmers were assisted in IHLLSBOROUGII BOYS GROW Lawtey, ,
heoij the still further incentive of trying for invaluable. DUKYMEN BUY FINE STOCK 71 your order.
purchasing 171 purebred beef bulls ,
"slams." At Contract a little lam, if There is. one point In the play of a ..
bid and made, scores 500 points if not hand that of the during last year, reports W. :I. '
good players
some You know
Bauer of and know
''vulnerable and 750 points if vulnerable don't always follow, and yet is Sheely extension agent In animal Florida dairymen were aided in Over 71 bushels of corn per acre plants quality we

.siul a big slam, if.bid and made, scores ally a consistent winner. When gener.the husbandry. These bulls cost an buying 127 registered bulls and 67 Is the record made during the last how to ship your plants on time and give you real l

100O points if not vulnerable and 1500 declarer ha* won the declaration at a average of $100 each. Sixtyoneof registered females during the last year by 36 Hillsborough County 4- service. So get busy at once and place order

ii points vulnerable. Asa result of these suit and you have four or more trumps, them were purchased outside of year, reports Hamlln L. Brown, H Club boys County Agent C. P. your
large premiums, the effort to bid and open your long suit. With four or more the state. dairy specialist with the Florida Wright reports. Each of the boys for what you may want.
a make slams olTers one of the exciting trumps, there is always a possibility of
During the Florida cattle. Agricultural Extension Service. grew one acre, and their average
; features of Contract. year
." la the regular game of Auction you and being break able up to estabish the declarers your long hand suit by men bought 56 purebred heifers, These were distributed in 23 coun- yield was 715 bushels. The boys J. A. BAUER

may take a chance now and then with forcing him to trump your established 308 high grade cows and 190 ties. made a profit of $1,981, or an average -

ucf.. \ a weak. bid. It costs very little but in suit. For example, hearts are trumps trade calves from breeders out of of about $35 each. '
4 Contract you'll find it very expensive. and your holding is as follows: the state he added. The state Experiment Station TilE STRAWBERRY PLANT MAN

ie tot instance, in Contrnct you bid one llearts-Q,9,6S/> These cattle were distributed in has just published a 68-page, up-to- The time to take the farm Inventory -

'l no trump with June an denary thin Clubs-A, K,7, 6, 5 20 counties. date bulletin about swine production is when the least amountof JUDSONIAARIrANSAS

no trumper.Vhat will happen? If Diamonds-y, 6, 2 In Florida. It is number 236, products Is on hand. On the
second hand
passes, your partner may Spades-10 and free copies may be obtained general farms in Florida that will
have good help for a good no trumper.es \\1IKN WE UNDERSTAND .
hand it !is much better from the in -- -- -- -- -
With such station -
: Your partner will of course bid you up; a Gainesville. usually be In January. ----

xh lie may be Justified in bidding three to open the club suit than to lead the "Here ----_... _..--.1- -
comes 'Fortune, an east
no trumps. Think of the wallop you'llget singleton spade. Suppose you have bid
d if its doubled. You have no place clubs and your partner has supportedthe em magazine. nays the KearneyNeb. You'll never know how gooda /g
bid. You lead the suit and the ( .) Hub, "predicting that the
,togo, and oh, boy wallops in Contract
i be until
,. count heavily against!!: }.Otl. declarer is forced to trump. Even if time is not far distant when the cigar can yqjr4j )

It'. the ambition of all Auction and he has six hearts he can only lead two farmer and business concerns of have smoked a
rounds of If he leads three
Contract players to become experts the middle west that depend upon .
're but it is really surprising!!: how little reairo rounds, you can win the third round
agriculture, will
fight as hard for
) work they are willing\ to do to accomplish with the queen and force him to trump Vr
; this result. There are probably again. the: principles involved in the fed- s8C

.00'. ten million people in the country today Then it takes his last trump to draw eral marketing act as do the bank- NO
,who play Auction or Contract and yet yours and! if your partner can take a ers for!!' the federal reserve, labor

not five per cent of them ever buy a trick in the other suits, the declarer for the department of labor and '0 SAME SIZE

.; book on either game and, if they do, it cannot score game. If the declarer has; Industry for the department of MORE HAVANA
) ''usually is placed carefully in the book only five trumps but great strength In commerce. Opposition has been
case and never opened. your singleton suit the lead of your
bitter and : MIL 0
he i. But if you will not read shook on strong suit would beat him but the misunderstanding baa DeliShtFullJ
the game you will derive much benefit lead of your singleton up to hi* strong been dense, but we believe it to be _______

ham from a study of the various hands that suit would (rive him an advantage; that true, as 'Fortune' asserts, that /. Lewis Cigar Mfg. Co., Newark, N. /, Makers,

are analyzed in these articles and, if would enable him tq scorfr name. The new understanding will lead the
S it bound to improve singleton lead is always 9 gamble and -- -- --
you keep at you are farmers to 'a militant defense of -
your game; and if you learn to i seldom a winning; play;unless holding their rights as established in the
play better than your associates three trumps. With a strong suit and federal act. Wake Up Your Liver Bile
you will win, ever without the acesand four trumps, the long suit lead is much marketing
ee kings. As one player described the the better. Watch this. play and, when' -
ofr came of a well-known experts "The you understand the theory of it, you Miami While waiting for a

- boy certainly! kno\ts Li/* to play 'em. will be a much better player jury's decision to be rendered in fti -Without Calomel

their case, Julius Glymp and Geo.
Problem Duncan, on trial for a statutory tV ui' __ __ __ -
Jlearls1 j offense, asked for a newspaper, explaining And Youll Jump Out of Bed V tU, Ute b BO* Brnbc fcwly.roar....

AS flubs- A. M li. they were going to look d_* On*.!*}.* t* j-t* UMOM ......

Of ,. Uiamonds-,3! for Jobs. When the Jury returned in the Morning Rarin to Go ....* .p JTOTT MOTUM*. T.. ..e. .

pelt pades-non they got one although not the .....b4 tut u .J1eartl-IQ.J,10.9 Heart*-4, 3 kind they expected. Both were given If yoa fed our and sunk: and the ..... ....... te Martha TOT ...

eveilmiltl 'Club- K, J.V : Y I Clubs-none life terms at Ralford prison. L world looks punk,don't wmllow a Jot ..._...,...W....ss4...T_'"
Diamonds- none ; .\. B ll>io1mon sQ,10,81,6Spadd9 of nlta. mineral water .... Uxathr ..
I Z t Spades- 10
i Marlanna-.--Passengers In a bus
..i had a narrow from TIRES ALMOST BOIL: Science bas discovered ttan to Bttkaroa suddenly, .ww*
i' arts- i escape death now that auto. and WPiS.Isth..t.sfl..,

4,( Clubs-,4,3,2! : Tuesday night when the bus side- mobil tire generate tremendous heat which bas a damaging effect oa btWfSdand IuD oI-h'-r.. .......hotF.......,...... .......

we] UiamonlsJ..J| swiped an unlighted parked truck the rubber. Picture chow an expert taking a Thermocouple reading For they r ea'do ft. They: ." n.r ..... t .....

the] .- SpuJ.- J.o I loaded with logs near the city. The of an otomobfl tin which reveals a bat Just below IDOYe the bowW' nd a mrai .... ...........................-..
truck had been parked on the high boiling point. -t> (dc'. cot at <*. <-> ''nil ................ .
i and Z is in the lead how Y Z win eight of the nine .
1 can On
5 are trumps manner In which this heat !I. dissipated .to .
Icnc ? the .
since through employment .. .11 ....... u
tr oazainst defense? way early afternoon and displayed hyvarfr4r.UPKBXtacH IhU.4 ___.....""' .....- 1
Be?, >Solution; : in the next article. no lights according to per of trtnrrerM bob ia the tread which air-cool the tire that encoring ...t ......... ....u......1.aaII.... -

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, WEEKLY 8EKMONETTE January 13 evil, to ask us a king." 1 Sam. 12: pie according unto the greatness sins? "And many that believed I'
Our Confession God la our 19. 3f Thy mercy and as Thou hast for- came and confestied and showed I'

Lord Jehovah Is a Lo\h1Jr Shepherd God forever and ever: he will be 7. When David confessed his sin, given this people, from Egypt even their deeds. Many of them al;..> t
Isaiah 40:11. He shall feed his our guide even unto death.---Psalm what did he say God did? "I ac until now" Num. 14:19. which used curious arts brought i 4 r
flock like a shepherd; he shall 48: 11.VI..hllt. knowledged my sin unto Thee and 15. What reply did the Lord Immediately their books together and burned !\

gather the lambs with his arm, and cometh when we draw wa mine iniquity have I not hid. I said, make "And the Lord them before nil men: and they t
carry them in his bosom. ter ,ut of the wells of salvation I will confess my transgressions! ,Raid I have pardoned according to counted the price of them and
Thy word is a lamp unto my feet u. a ligblllnlo my path.-Psalm 119:105.: Ezekiel 34:11.: For thus salth the Answer read-laalah ,12:2: 3. unto the Lord; and Thou forgavest thy word." Verse 20. found It fifty thounand pieces of
Lord Jehovah; Behold, I even I, January 1 S the Iniquity of my sin." Ps. 425.: 16. When the prodigal son, In silver." Acts 19:18.:
JiTI 3Tfrt jUJOni Nrtni5fi P rtltR: All religious teaching, doctrine orWr will search for my bbecp/ and will God's Wonderful Works __Many 8. Upon: what did he rest his t'le parable, repented and turned 23. Through whom are repen-
creed,i U< they are to have any claim ,seek them out. O Lord my God are the wonderful hopo for forgiveness "Have mercy toward home, what did his father l.nl'A t and forglvenens granted

the Ipon teachings the love,of loyalty Jesus the and Christ devotion whose of the words people fit ,into must every be in fold harmony and creviceof with 12. As a shepherd seeketh out works which thou hast" done: If I ipon me, O God, according to Thy do "When ho was a great way off, "The God of our fathers raised up '

the human heart and of whom it waa said !in John 7:46,"NEVER MAN his flock in the day that he is would declare, and speak! of them Ioving-klntlnessl: according unto the his father saw him. and had compassion JpasuH.' whom ye slew and hangedon 1
SPAKE LIKE THIS/ MAN." among his sheep that are scattered they are more than can be num multitude of Thy tender mercies, and ran, and 'fell on his a treo Him hath God exalted
this de abroad, so will I seek out my sheep, bered. Psalm 40: 6. blot out my transgressions." Ps. neck and' kissed him." Luke 15:20.: with His right hand to be a Prince
Invited to
Pastors of Bradford and Union partment for news of church activities, organizations: 9. What Is Cod do at hoe son's return "The father to Israel and forgiveness of sins."
freely" given and no charge made-the only requirement places whither they have been scat What promise Is given to those ready to for joy 1
that Spaco such Items reach this office before Wednesday morning, tered in the cloudy and dark day who trust In God Answer, read.- all who seek for forgiveness "For said to his servants, bring forth Acts/ 5'30: 31,
being otherwise they cannot ha handled for current tenon' 13. And I will bring them out Psalm 37: 3. 4, 3. Thou, Lord, art good and ready to the best: robe and put on him; And 24. What Is the unpardonable
from among the peoples, and gather The Waiting Soul Truly my forgive; and plenteous in mercy put a ring on his hand t and shoes sin ? "Wherefore I nay unto you ,
stone. This was a foretelling of them from the countries and soul waitheth upon God: from him unto all them that calf upon thee." on hi" feet: and bring forth the all manner of sin and blasphemy!
I SCHOOL I II I how the vascilaltlng nature of bring them into their own land; andI cometh my salvation. He only la Pa. 80:5.: fatted calf and kill it; and let us Khali be forgiven unto men: but i.t
R, ( SUNDAY Simon Peter would be so charnged will feed them upon the mountains my rock and my salvation; he Is 10. What Is the measure of the eat and be merry;; for this my son ltoe blasphemy ngivlnst the Holy ,
I LESSON I II that he would become a rock, part of Israel, by the watercoursesand my dl'fence.-Psalm 62: 1, 2. greatness of God's mercy? "For as was dead and Is olive again; ha was Ghcbt shall not be forgiven unto ;
I ?_- I of the foundation on which the in all of the inhabited places What was Gamaliel's advice to the heaven Is 1 high 1 above earth so I lost and Is found." Verse 22-21. nun And whosoever apeaketh a

FOIl JANUAUY 10, 193 work of Christ would rest "The of the country. the Council Answer, read---Acts great Is his 'mercy toward them 18. What Is felt in heaven whena word agilnsL the Son of man, It 'I
5:38: 39. that fear Him." Ps. 103:11.: I -hall"' be forgiven him: but whoso-
day following Jesua would go forth 14. I will feed them wllh good sinner repents "Likewise slay II!
A. __ 11. How does the Lord ov r'r upenketh against the Holy
Into Galilee, and Indeth Philip, and pasture, and upon the mountains .t in fully p.tr- unto you there is joy in the presence
Subject: The First Disciples. with unto him, follow me Philip of the height of Israel shall there SEVENTH DAY AD\ENTIST: don when one repents "Let the of the angels of God over one Oho"t, it flhnll not be forgiven; him )
Golden Text; : "Behold the Lamb flndcth Nathanacl and saith unto fold be: there shall they lie downIn wicked forsake his way and the sinner that repenteth." Verse 10 neither In this world" neither In the j|.

of God, which taketh away the Bin him We have found him, of whom a good fold; and in a fat pasture Sabbath school at F. J. PaUee'n unrighteous man his thoughts: and 19. What did Hereklnh say God world to come. Matt. 12:31, 32.
of the world." John 1:29.: Moses In the law, and the prophets, shall they feed upon the moun- home, Saturday, 10 o'clock a. m. let him return unto the Lord and had done with his sin? "Behold for Note.--As the Holy( Spirit la the
He will have upon him and but agent that convicts of sin an<1brlnlt's
mercy ; bitterness
1:3.1-49.! of Nazareth the tains of Israel. Bible at Mr.: Adam Green's peace I had great :
Lesson Text: John : did write, Jesus 1 study of
to our God, for He will abundantly soul de the offer pardon throughthe
Thou hast in love to
will be the my
15. I myself shepherdof '
Place of Lesson: A. D. son of Joseph. home, Wednesday evening at 7:30.: "
and denial of
Time pardon. I!*a. l l5:1: of Word the theSplrlt'swork
first to my sheep, and I will cause them All welcome. for livered It from the pit corruption1
disciples brought Subject study
27; on the east side of Jordan 12. What reason U given for Bins Is the' refusal of pardon In
cast all
salth Lord Jehovah. : for Thou has my
Christ their own brother. Did you to lie down, the Jan. 13 Confession and Forgive
God's readiness to forgive sin ? back." Ian 38:17. other words, the only unpardonable
them and behind Thy :
consider 23. And I will
er.The Is to
how difficult it
ever ness. J
gospel by John was written "Who In a God like unto Thee, thatpnrdoneth 20. How completely does God sin Is the sin which. refuse to be
round about hill
talk religion to nearest relatives the places my a j
after the other three I your 1. What instruction is given con-
many years and
Iniquity passeth by wish to uln from UII?
and I will the shower separata
to fill-in some ? We talk to them of worldly. blessing; cause cerning confession of sin? "Speakunto Christ
gospels, and partly the transgression of the remnant "Thou wilt cast! all their sln. Into 29. Upon what basis! has:
down In its
things the other gospels omitted,: affairs and plan for their good in to come be of season; the children of Israel When a of His heritage He retalneth not the depths of the sen." MIcAh 7:19.: taught us to auk for forgiveness
there shall showers blessing.
but largely to set out the real nature i this life. Why do we so hesitateto man or woman shall commit any His anger forever, because He do- "As far as the east is from the "And forgive us our debts, as we 1
and his work The tell them of eternal life? Prayer-- sin that commit to do trespass debtors. 0:12.
of Jesus : "O love that will not let me men ,, a llghteth In mercy Micah 7:18. See west, so far hath He removed our forgive our Matt.
Sonship of Christ, his unity with When Philip announced to his rest soul Thee go against the Lord and that person Ps. 18::33. transgressions from us." Ps. 103-: 20.( What spirit must thoso cherIsh "+
God, his eternal, existence, his sacrificial brother Nathanael that they had I my weary on ; be guilty; then shall they confess 13. Why does God manifest such 12. whom God forgives? "For if ye

life, death and resurrection.John found the Christ, "Nathanael said I give in Thee Thine back the life I owe its, the sin which they have done." mercy and long-euffering toward 21. How did the people respond forgive men their trespasses, your
That ocean depths
the Baptist said, "I am not unto him Can there any good Num. 8:6: 7. men? "The Lord Is not slack concerning to tho preaching of John "Then' )Heavenly Father will also forgive
the Christ I am the voice of bne thing come out of Nazareth? Philip flow be." 2. How futile is It to attempt to Ills promise, as some men 1 went out to him Jerusalem! and all you: but If ye forgive not men their
richer fuller
'crying In the wilderness as said saith unto him Come and see." Remember May ,the Sabbath to hide sin from God? "But if ye will count slackness; but Is longsuffering Judea and all the region roundabout trespasses, neither will your Father

the prophet Esalas." "The next day Andrew did not say TO his brother Exodus 20:8.Day,Go not do so, behold ye have sinned toward usnot willing that any Jordan and were baptized! of forgive your trspasaes.:' Verses 14,
John saw Jesus and saith, Be "You ought to go see this Keep it Holy- : against the Lord; and be sure your should perish but that all should him In Jordan confessing their 13. -
hold Lamb of God, which taketh Christ" or "Some time you must to Church Sunday. sin will find you out.(' Num. 32:23.: come to repentance." 2 Peter 3:0.: sins." Matt 3:0: 6. 27 What exhortation is based on

away the sin of the World." John come with us and hear this Mes "Thou hast Bet ourlnlqultles before 14. What prayer did Moses offer 22. How did some of the believers the fact that God has furglven us?
the Baptist also said to his disciples siah." He said "Come and See," DAILY mULE HEADINGS Thee, our secret sins in the light of In behalf of Israel ? "Pardon, I beI at Kphesua testify to the "And be ye kind one to another,
"I saw and bear record that and he took him to Jesus. "Jesus. I Thy countenance." Ps. 00:8.: "All leech Thee, the iniquity of this pco- sincerity of the confession of their tenderhearted, forgiving one another -
this Is the Son of Gal:' saw Nathanael coming to him and January 8 things: are naked anti onened unto I _. even as God for Christ's

The lesson for today begins, salth of him Behold an Israelite Furnish No Fuel-Where no the eyes of Him with whom we -NOTU'M sake, hath forgiven. you." Eph. 4t

"Again the next day after John indeed, in whom is no guile! Nath- wood.la, there the fire goeth out; have to do." Ileb. 413.: Nntle U hereby itlwm Hint tho following oI""lh."I l litndft< will liu wild. 32.
stood, and two of his disciples; anael salth unto him Whence so where there Is no tablebearer, 3. What promise H made to those at, .,r t'I"n' auction 1 on the FIUHT: MONDAY: IN KKTillUAUY, IU2! It Imlnif 23. In what condition Is one
and looking upon Jesus as he knowest thou me ? Jesus answeredand the strife ceaseth. walked he saith, Behold the Lamb said unto him. Before that fess our sloe lie In faithful and to pay the amount due for linen Hat 01'1".111'| lh" .n...... l".r...lh..r with the Is he whOHe transgressions are forgiven
of God. We have no record as to Philip called thee, when thou vast 20.Why can the child of God feel Just' to forgive us our sins and to rout of IIu'h1"1,, and .udvertlHlna.. C. A. KUTCII.Clork Tae Circuit Collector Court., whoHe sin In covered Blessd -

the number of disciples of John the under the fig tree, I saw thee. secure under all circumstances? cleanse us from all unrighteousness. Taarx Is the man unto whom the Lora
The two disciples of who said unto llmrrlptlon. H..... 1'. N. t. A I..,..... Imputeth not Iniquity\ and in whose
Baptist Nathaniel answered and Answer, read--Deut. 33:27.: 1 John 1:9.: LntBexlntBDft.NeBhy
heard John speak "followed Jesus:' him, Rabbi, thou art the Son of .luniinry 0 4. What different remijts attend fill ft. 10 & W In NIOnnd rut. spirit there Is no guile." Pa. 32! 1,2.
One of the two "was Andrew. The God thou the Israel." The God O Israel the and lot 7 .K GO ft Apart .
of of
; are King Only Hear : covering confessing Int 8 & lllk IS Oilvlnnl... AT
other was probably John the Apos We are not told what Nathanael the Lord our God Is one Lord.- sins ? "He that covereth his sin Town __u__ '_." 28 8 82 11. V. Knlitlit h____ .- t 50,74 SUNDAY 8KKVICKH

tie and the writer of the Gospel by was doing "under the fig tree:' Deut. 6: 4. shall not prosper: but who so con I"'ri lllk .10 map mi fx extended H 105 ft onKnnyM 28) 8 21 J. K. llouHur __.______ (11 CAMI'orTHKPALMSAn : +
John. That Apostle does not give Perhaps he was praying secretlyto 1 What did Jesus say about the fesseth and foraaketh them shall L..I 8 nik 1 1. T. & Co'
hla own name nor the names of God. It was at least, a secret power of faith Answer, read- have mercy." Prov. 28: 13. Intx1 Hiltllllnn I a1HlkBIeT.Af jg 8 gj !l. J, HiivlH ____,u-_ ___ 8.40 Interesting service will Key be

any relatives In his writings. which Nathanacl throught no one 1 Matt. 17:20.: 5. How definite should we be in n'x Bilillllon _ .._ SO 8 22.1IIr.. Mnry K:. Truly __u__ 11.49 held at Camp-of-the-Palnw
As the two disciples were follow January 10 confessing our sins? "And it shall KolM I 123411121914: lllk stone Helg t". Florida, on Sunday,
"What knew. 12 F> T. ft CO'M niMIHnii :III 8 :JJ Mr. Mary W. Truly..___ 7315: January 10, at 3:00: p. m. The Rev.
ing Jesus be asked them, The Lord Sustains They that be when he shall bo guilty In one T.otH ::1 l 11 ill a II ft of lot 4
seek Ye?" That question is put to Only John speaks of a disciple wait upon the Lord shall renew of these things, that he shall confess of Hlk lL. T. IVit Milford II. Lyon, D.D., of Chicago,
named "Nathanacl.:' It is thoughthe mldlllon .. !S 6 22 Floyd preen ______jt 23.47 who has had a wide experience and
each of us. Why do we "become their strength; they shall mountup that he hath. sinned in that ,..,I.. 13 I 1Itlk HUT. *
Christians Why do we "Join the is the same as the disciple called with wings as eagles; they shall thing." Lev. 5:5.: CO'B udillllon ___as 6 23 i1. A. Oreen ____________ 1,82LMxlY9111k1TIaT. has been asnoclated with world

Church?" Ia it for personal. ad 'Bartholomew," in the gospels. run, and not be weary and they Note-True confession Is alwaysof t'o'a Rililltlon: _____.__&_28. It 23 Mm. Anicellii Writer ..... 5.211 lenders, will make tho address. He
vantage, or are we seeking eternal When Nathanael said "Thou art shall walk and not faint.-Isaiah a specific character and ack T.ntn 1 4 or HU Hilt I : U T. will take for his subject "Tho Gospel
to the King of Israel' Jesus respond CO'M Hub., lfv. 2H 8 22: I.. <1. Powell _____h__._ 11.18. of the Kingdom." Everyone,
have desire .
salvation and we a 40:31.: nowledges particular sins. They Lot 4 lllk 8a T. T. & CoHub. > :
work for the Lord and bring others ed "Because I said unto thee, I What did Jesus say about pray may be of such a nature as to be vhl-k-i" .ii"U 6 22 Charlie Thomn .. -- _-. D-88 young or old, Is cordially invited to

to him? saw thee under the fig tree belle err Answer, read Matt. '21:22.: brought before God only; they may Lola Trnhy'ii 8 II nditltlon ll,. _. ._J8 8 22 J. M. Trilby ? ________ _. 14.IS attend. If It Is a warm afternoonthe
The two disciples went with vest thous? Thou shall see January 11 be wrongs that should be confessed AII Hlk I 20 Temples adJI- meeting will tie held In the au-
.. ._. __ _____.__
than these." tlon 2S 8 23 J. It. llltch h 64.30 dltorlum, and If It U otherwise it
and greater things
Jesus to his place of abode He Leadeth Me: I will bring the to Individuals who have been injured All lllldi. D E P nixing
stayed till' the next- day. Doubt Nathanael did see the works of blind by a way that they knew by them; or they may be of a udilltlnn. ;1 .2D 8 22 John A. Curtln __________ 81.10 will be held in the assembly room
I,, tH 2 of nik 2 In J. I>. where it will be
less they discussed the purpose of Jesus heard his teaching, and saw not; T will lead them In paths that public character and should be thenas :.Antes, addition, 28 8 23 If. C. Flitch ?________.. 27.53 of Palmetto Lodge
Jesus' life and work. his death, burial and resurrection; they have rot known; I will make publicly confessed.' "-Steps to One third Interest In mix warm and comfortable.
I 4 of Itm I S |1n J. I). JoneHAddition. A number of services will be
Andrew Indeth his own brother butwe have all those things shown darkness light before them and Christ. ; .. .._28 0 22 Turner, )Molt A Jurrl ___ 8.411 -
Simon, and salth unto him, We u have found the Measias the saw and heard- more than enoughto things will I do unto them, and not knowledge their wrong-doing of run Cull H und 105 Oianirtt ft w 1 62Mi MH A N the public la cordially. Invited. Someof
Christ. Andrew brought Peter to make him believe, yet we are forsake them.--Isaiah 42: 16. "And all the people said unto Samuel 115 ft 1n C'nll' thenceW the upeakera are nationally-
Christ,, and the latter said "Thou taught all that he knew, and more. What does the Bible say about Pray for thy servants onto the II nik.on MI.Id U ..,x Mt."trip 1I'b or v.land-- 28 6 22 Unknown ________ lunA known men of large experience and
art Simon the Son of'Jona. (John); Why should not we believe in weights and measures? Answer, Lord thy God, that we die not: for 10 ft 3 In off N Hide lot talent and will no doubt bring messages

thou Shalt be called Cephas a Christ read-Deut. 23:13-15.: we have added unto our sins this ple'i.4.nnd kddltlun nil I Into _587_ __Tem_____ 28 8 22 8. n. John ___n __ wo ".88 world-wide of great Interest.importance All services and ..

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Ann. r.ifiTTT BRADFORD COUNTY ncrieai-AYii.: siARnrc.
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Bradford County TelegraphEstablished LcTh1 --WELLS- CONDUCTINGPOLL OF DK.MOtnTS-- = I


Ask 5,000 About Hay: for Delegate
ry aa
Published Weekly on Fridays and Entered as Second Class Bradford Selection\
county mourns passing! of Senator
Matter at the Post Office at Starke Florida
Everett Markley Johns. His death comes as a Chlpley, January 2. Harry

shock to his friends-and they legion- To H. Wells chairman of the state
the Editor
E. S. Matthews ___ -_____ u._ _..____ Owner and PublisherJ. were : democratic executive
throughout the state. He will be sadly missed in An outstanding victory for religious committee
C. Robinson --- ___ ___ _____ ____ ..____ Managing Editor liberty and incidentally a last night said he wall conducting
,4 Starke and Bradford county' where daily association a poll of representative Florida
stinging rebuke for men who would
resulted in recognition and admiration for his persecute minorities came at a recent 44 i; Democrats to on three questions re
SUBSCRIPTION RATE lating ..the national party
sterling qualities. His death removes a brilliant session of an aullllary conven- this year. conSvention
Yearly $1.50 Six Months 75c-Payable in Advance tion of the of Nations in
; figure from city, county and state circles. Only League He said he was asking approximately
Geneva when the to
proposal adopta
Advertising Hates ApplicationAnd
35 years of age Senator Johns' hands and brain 13-monthe calendar of 28 days 5,000 members of the state
party whether national
were stilled on the threshold of a long, useful each with a blank day at the end delegates should be elected convention in
of the .
this is Leap Year. I .Ji : career, a career dedicated to the service of his pub- decision year was, which rejected.The was rendered primary as heretofore or appointed

o lic. And the public mourns his untimely death. delegates of 41 nations attendingthe tee by; whether the state the executive state delegation commit

fourth general conference on
Spend your money at home this year. communications and transits of the should go to the national conven \
-- tion Instructed
------ -- or
--------- uninstructed
o League of Nations, which contin- to choice as
of a nominee for
ued a full week, reveals to the presi
How many candidates for governor can you name? world that CLOUD6 L., MCPNFfE dent; and whom the recipients of
of war writes Dr. Clarence men of power still recognize the
Poe in questionnaire favored for
o I the Progressive Farmcr-Ruralist. the fundamental principle The University organist and presidential nomination. the

A rotary speaker usually revolves around his subject.A i From Other Pens I j "Other causes may Just now loom ten that upon no one his must fellows presume regulationsthat to fas-I pianist of southwlde repute, who 1 Is Some 600 answers to the poll

larger in the headlines of the dally to appear with the Florida Glee have been received from state of-
o -....,,..,,.-.-.--..-..,-...-..-,-., papers, butJI.s we see it there Is would lead to oppersslon, intolerance Club In Starke, January 15. The ficials county officials county

no news more important in all the an deventually to per concert Is sponsored by the Woman's committeemen, members
bridge luncheon is where they desert the dessert for Headlines say "Levy constable secution. The decision also guarantees of the
the cards. gets two years in liquor case"That's world than that of the approachIng Club.commitment. legislature and others to whom the
uninterreupted opportunityto
world disarmament conferenceto first batch of
almost as bad two questionnaires
as yearsIn was
religious minorities to exercisethe
o- a cell.-Starke Telegraph. Either be held In Geneva next February sent, Wells said.

Next interest in models in way It Is "Just too bad.Bronson ," says Dr. Poe and quotes the dictates of their own conscience of the government to The executive committee chairman .
to new bathing suits, comes Journal. following warning from Dr. Douglas unmolested, and to further develop a calendar. In short, their scheme
the new cars. Freeman of the Richmond their own religious activities with- I would make each month begin on said he expected to be able to
-0- announce the results
i of the
out oppressive measures being poll
News-Leader: Sunday and end on Saturday, with
o "Now let's give the back seat heaped them dictatorial within a week.
"Have you a boy born between upon by no official recognition given to this
The American Lumberman says the bumper crop is madeup drivers a big hand," says the 1911 and 1927 Have you lavished mandates. blank day each year. It was this -
Starke (Fla.) Telegraph. I'll bet Sunday-keeping protestants, orthodox Qulncy-A check of the damage .
of pedestrians.Plant love on him and sacrificed for him blank day, however, that aroused up
that editor's wife isn't as big: as : Hebrews and done
I seeking to give him a chance In Seventh-day devout Sunday observers, Hebrewsand by Thursday's storm
o ours or he wouldn't dare, muchas life? Unless America can reverse Adventists are particularly pleasedover Seventh-day Adventists to a shows that It will run into several
the provocation. Spokane the decision because of the thousands of
dollars. Two
consistent and concentrated
her most negro
history, that
City shipped its first million pints of strawberries (Wash.) News. you rearing
boy to be a target for machine gun fact that Sunday and Saturday as opposition. The former believed churches were completely destroyed

before January 1st. would bullets a prey to poison gas. Not they are now arranged on the Cal-I that the day they observed In honor four barns were blown down

like to be so only so, but you contribute to his endar will not be disturbed. The of the resurrection would be and many houses damaged. Most
o popular with the voters as candy danger when you lend yourself to advocates of calendar reform, who lost; the two latter believed that of the houses damaged were owned

The cold weather has run candidates out in the open and dates are with the flappers.- International hate; yes, even when were principally from North Amer- the Sabbath which was established by Dr. W. S. Stephens and :J J.

they are announcing. Starke Telegraph. Some of 'em you are Indifferent to promoting ica, will not get another opportunity as a perpetual memorial of God's Gatlin.

will be, while others will be as pop- the cause of peace you are adding to present their schemes be- omnipotence and all-prevaling sovereignty .
r o ular as dates with an old widower. danger to,the life of the boy you for the League of Nations until in creation week would also Better stock is one type of
-Bronson 1935, and not then until they have farm relief for the livestock raiser.
At this particular time of.the year, days are short and Journal.0 love. It will be you not he, who be lost. These religionists saw
will say whether he marches away approval of the plans by a that these two InstitutionsSunday 000 _._,_,.. ._ ."_ ''''UJI ,_.
so is the bank account. Some people think editors are to return no ,more. Your genera- preponderating majority of the na- and Sabbath, would actually

; o the world's champion liars but tion, not his, will neglect the safeguards tions that are members of the slide from one end of the week to

they forget there is another tribe of peace and promote the League. the other every six: years, and bringto ATLASThe
1931 is past. Forget it, and bend every effort to make of writers who do their stuff on rivalries that lead to war. Your The recent conference was punctuated the devout endless confusion, to

1932 a busy, profitable one. tombstones Instead of typewriter, contemporaries not his comrades by deep-seated romance, say nothing of the relentless persecution

-Starke Telegraph. And then, will pass the conscription laws, on which prompted religious minori- that would be heaped upon
4 0 there are the politicians too!- which the Ardent spirit of youth ties to send representatives to pro- them through their unwavering Standard Oil

s Some of the West Florida Brnson Journal. will hardly wait. test against proposals to adopt a obedience to their conscientious
papers are already getting "hetup" Tire GuaranteedOne
calendar that would attack the -
convictions. in the ef-
"It Is absolutely within the They saw
over the governor's race. Heard yesterday I weekly cycle that has prevailed
that we I power; of the parents of young chil- forts of the new calendar propon-
y o canont wait to tell. Three surgeons dren in the United States to say through history.In ents the first international attemptto Year
were talking of their ac- whether their sons shall Inherit war spite of .the support of big attack the weekly cycle as hand
It won't be long before the voter starts figuring how complishments. A German said or peace; but American parents business firms in different nationsof ed down through all history, so NN4N.NN.N

many candidates he will lose. that he had taken 'the eye out of ;must use that power now. They the world, particularly the industrial they arose en masse in defense of

0. pig and placed It in the socket of
-0- a man, and the man was walking made i and blood is hot and the mob States, Canada, Germany and heritage of humanity-the right to Frigidairethe

Mention of a third extra session of the state legislatureseems he streets today. A Frenchman :mind is past control. The latest Switzerland, these religionists, rep- worship God on the day which they

to be listed as a threat. said that was nothing, that he had date as which; ) war can be prevented resenting but a mere handful ofearth's believe He has appointed, and not
taken the Intestine of a colt and In 1941 l 11931. If your boy Is inhabitants, fought with allow the whims and fancies of three year guar-
o placed. it in a man, and he was I :killed in the.( pext war after you the tenacity of real lions because business to frutrate the plan which
walking the streets today. The| they saw In the proposed calendar exalts above the material anted
;have exerted: yourself for peace religion electric refrigerator -
Most of the
resolutions have simmered down to reform an attack the Law of
a reso- American declared that that was other men are his murderers. If on things of this life only.

lution never to make another. nothing at all. "Why", he said "I he is slain after you have been indifferent God. Although they won a remarkable
helped take an enginer out of California Recognizing that their petitioners -
o about peace his blood Is victory at Geneva those religious
and put him in Washington, were supported no wealth,
on your heady"Try minorities, believing that "eternal
One thousand miles of new hardsurfaced roads within and now everybody is walking the and encouraged by no men of vigilance Is the price of liberty," For: sale
treets."-.-Tallahassee wordly Influence, but acuated only
three years is Florida's record. Small Improvements I will continue to carry on a progressive
their insatiable for lib-
ocrat. by longing
( Metal of education in
Imperial Type Magazine.) campaign
the profoundly
berty delegates were
--0 -n- order to win supporters to their
I often thinK that might
Impressed. In fact, a majorityof
Among the campaigns of 1932 will be the campaign In a few weeks candidates for I make our lives more enjoyable if the delegates openly expressed program of freedom among the risIng Service

;; against overloaded trucks and buses. next year's primaries will be In the ',we would try to effect one small sincere sympathy with the righteousness generation.
field, and as they announce the Improvement each week. of the cause of the min F. J. Pattee.

o "bleeding process" by individuals Too many of us concentrate on orities. StationStarke

One resolution that will stand by you until the next New organizations> and societies out for I'the realization of big Improve- For several years past "big busi- I' South Jacksonville--Smith-Hen-
Year is money will begin. The helpless candidates ments..We want a big house, a new ness" In America in particular, in ,drlx Co., received contract for construction -
a subscription to the home paper. are, in some cases bled car, a trip to Europe, a fifty per- Its efforts to speed up its efficiency, of $10,000 home on Rialto Fla.

0i white by persistent solicitors who cent increase! in our income. These nd incidentally Increase its wealth, Place, San Marco for O S. Brad- ,
{ regard announced candidates aa .alms are ,excellent but usually the has been endeavoring to secure the dock. L ..- _.--. J .
Georgia newspaper suggest the powers that be change legitimate prey and give little 1 nrmtnonpment of their enfovment

the name of Capitol Hill to Deficit Mounting.A thought to the hardship Inflictedby i makes us unhappy. Manwhile we
such an unwarranted drain on i are unnecessarily. dissatisfied be-
o their resources. Give the candidates cause we do not attend to little dis

flea might : an even break--ask'no more comforts. .. .
go sixty-two days without eating but a mosquito

of them than you would any other Suppose we.asked ourselves the
wants at least sixty-two meals an hour. citizen, and if they have the backbone i following questions:

o to refuse to contribute to youj Are my shqes comfortable? If COMPARATIVE STATEMENT OF BRADFORD COUNTY BANK,

t petty graft, don't get sore. Be not, why not search the town for STARKE, FLORIDA IN LIQUIDATION
L Exchange advises married women it is easier to make broadminded enough to realize that a last that really fits?

the husband cross than to make him come across. while the law protects them from Am I smoking tobacco that suits Joseph E. Wilson, Liquidator

armed highwaymen, the only defense my taste t,A study might reveal a

o they have against this kind mixture that would double the ASSETS

In common with other crops, the crop of candidates this of robbery is courage to say "No.: ,pleasure from, your pipe.
And if you are in doubt as to which Is my bed equipped with a good From July 11, 1930 To Dec. 31, 1931
;; year promises to be unusually large, demand light. candidate to vote for, you can't go spring and mattress? Are the cov- Dr. Cr.

t o far wrong In voting for the man verings warm and light? So.muchof Loans and Discounts _________._$$315,539.00 $ 1,313.92 $ 91,51294 $225,33999

Ocala Star for who has the nerve to refuse to con- our lives is spent in sleep thatIt Bonds _________...1.i ___.___.__ 45.15000 __________ 23650.00 21,500.00
notes it i is hard
,1; a man to carry his liquor trlbute.-Starke Telegraph. We always Is poor economy to forego the Banking House _, ________.__.__ 14000.00 __________ 14,000.00 _____.____
A _. with dignity in the presence of a prohibition orTicer.0 did like the way this Bradford best In accessories.Do Furniture &: Fixtures_ _'_,::.______ 5,000.00 __________ ISOOO.OO ________

county paper states things. I own a watch and clock that Real Estate -.----.r' .;,--------- 22.22767 37259.11 6.613.21 52,813.51Due
Lake Worth Herald Green Cove Springs Times. keep correct time? Not to know from Banks _____....;:._____.__ 2,140.46 40.41786 42,554.65 3.67
wants someone to invent a paper O ii the exact ,time,ia an hourly handi Cash ? ___.____.___________ 1S,474.81 10,280.08 11S.279.80 475.09

napkin that will stay in the lap without being; pinned. Let's Laugh .' cap. Cash Items -._--.i .._}.---.---------- 64502 -"-------- 64502

-0 (Lisbon (Me.) Enterprise1))'S : Does.)my. living room: contain a Overdrafts ______----_--.--- 1,309.19 ._________ 1112.33 19686
This'1 comfortable.,chair and a good reading Due from State Treas. .--:___________________ 41,35819 11,256.81 101.38
Perry Herald, ocmmenting on a doctor's statement that 'may be an old one, but lamp?, It..would be folly to neg- Profit &: Loss _______-:-!::..:.______:;___.____. 11.37213 941.41 10,430.72

the girls work too much, is of the opinion they work too many. there's Here it.a la laugh; in It just the same.. lect such Important conveniences.Do General Expense ___'Ll::...-..-..--------.-- 2897.18 -----_____ 2,897.18

o The editor; of I -own, a good hair brush- Commissions Paid .. I.:_:._.;:...___.___________ 4,114.93 -.--_____ 4.114.113
visited a country newspaper clothes brush,. tooth brush nail Salaries Paid_ ____| --_.---.___.._______ 1.627.57 -_________ 1,621.5'7
Startling, stunning, significant to superstitious-A wolf a big city while President brush, razor, and nail file 7 BelieveIt Interest Paid .____.i,_________._____._..___ 2,016.94 ..._____ 2,016.94

was chased away from the White House door. AP dispatch, greatly McKinley was dying the, and was or not, thousands don't. Advanced for Loan Protection ,___..__________ 1,669.83 _.________ 1,669.83
impressed by issuanceof
Monday. the hourly bulletins telling of Do T subscribe for enough mag- Taxes Paid --.--__i_.---------_______ 4,145.95 ..-_______ 4,141S.95
the azine and buy enough books so that I
President's condition.
r o The editor my evenings are not wasted be- Totals -----.-_,- -.--$410,841.13 $159,17871 $241,981.21 $328,038.63
President Hoover is opposed to salary slashes for gov decided to adopt the I cause there's nothing to read in
same system when any prominent ::
ernment officers, and in that he is like all the rest who had citizen of his own town was ill. He the house? I. LIABILITIES

to take a cut.According. soon had an opportunity to put the Do I own an atlas dictionary, Capital Stock _---.-.__-:..----$ 40,000.00 -.------._ ..________ $ 40000.00
f idea Into and small encyclopedia so that I Surplus a-i-fS: :::;:!:! 15,000.00
effect. Deacon Wilkins -- --- ------ ---------- -.________ 15.00000
o became seriously ill. and the edi- may settle arguments and obtain Undivided Profits "';4-1-5S----- 3,910.21 2,144.06 __________ 1,826.21
to the ads, you can fill up and listen or lightup tor posted bulletins in front of his Information quickly? Stock Assessments. -.-:..___.________..__ _________ 18,551.93 18557.93

and listen, but don't 'mix the two if you don't want to listen office: Do,I own an adequate supply of Savings Deposits :; ";".* ------- 183,227.36 184580.01 1,352.65 ______ I
"1 Deacon socks, handkerchiefs, collars ties tIt's Individual Deposits_ iT ___ _
to a blow p m. Wilkins seriously : 122,372.44 177.59 _____.__
up.Along ill." amazing that so many people Certificates of Deposit ___-._:..____._ 17,34516 17.345.16 _______ ____ ____
o "2 p. m. Condition of Deacon will put up> with the Inconvenience Cashier's Checks -----4_ .,.,,.._____ 239.49 239.49 ____-_ ___h..___
caused by a shortage of such small
with other drives, Alachua county started one on Wilklns slightly better." Bills Payablet: 21609.81 21,609.81 ______-__ _______
"2:30: p. m. Deacon Wilkins takesa Items. Unpaid Draft ____._,!_._______ 7,15119 7,154.19--------------:
responsible for starting woods ___
county. turn for the worse." These are crude suggestions for Deposit Liability -.-,-_--------_*____ __________ 47,091.80
i Most of Bradford has been burned clean. "3:30: p. m. Deacon Wilkins has the Improvement of life outside of Liquidator's Certlf. Outstanding --___________ 10,394.49 207,765.79: 41,091.80

o died and gone to Heaven." working hours. Dozens of others Interest on Loans &: Deposits ----------_--__ _______ 4,194.71 197,371.30
Senator The vUlage wag passed that way will quickly suggest themselves to Interest on Bonds ----.-r 8-------------- : : 4194.71:
Glass of
Virginia stated in his twenty-eight I Intelligent Few of -------- 2,431.60 I' 1
people. us are
yearsin and read the bulletin. Rents Collected
He added - --------------- __________ 96195
congress he had never ,known speech to change a vote. one of his own: I living as comfortably and pleasantly Recoveries _, -__-, : 661.95
But he has probably heard of avote: changing some speakers. "4.00&: p. m. Great excitement in I as we could if we would pay attention 'T, '.: '.'--------- --I---- 603.13 603.13 I

Heaven! Deacon Wllklns to little. Inexpensive things hM.' Totals
I hs: not; 410841.13 '363.939.85
o yet arrived!" Moat'of us-could m&kellttle improvements The-foregoing comparative 328038.63 1

: Marriage is similar to a bridge game, says the Perry o I In our offices and shops Ida. la true and correct to thOeat statement of my knowledge of the Bradford belief.County Bank;Starke' Flor- :

News Hijacker, in that it is the joining of two hands-for Have Ton A SOB f I that would contribute ,generously :
to the pleasure of our work and JOSEPH E. WILSON
;' better or worse. And, it also allows partners to fuss at each (Melbourne Times.) 'I we might be pleasantly surprised Liquidator Bradford County Bank. J

other just like a married couple. All boys born between 1911 and'I to loam that they added appreciably ]

1927 are threatened by the danger to our profit ]
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