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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 15, 1932
Publication Date: 1888-
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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LAST RITES OF DURRANCE FORMAL BOW MAKES IN Board Meets To FLORIDA GLEE Mrs. JohnsVill\ Junior Holds 4-U Meeting Council At SAVEMONEYBY



GOVERNOR'SlACE Draft A CLUB WOMAN'SCLUBTONIGHT Make Race For Clubhouse- Saturday ,
:SEN. E. M. JOHNS Taxation Heads List of Ninel'Ia.nI'll BudgetMany i The quarterly meeting of the 4- GETTING A NEW

Contained In H council met at the Starke Worn- ,
PlatformJacksonville Senate an's Club Saturday January 9th '
, iflELD SATURDAY I Delegations Appear Before Florida with Starke 4-H Club as hoste s. I AUTOTAGNOW\

Jan. 7.-Charles M. State' Road Board The auditorium of the building '
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Durrance of Jacksonville states was tastefully decorated for the
Scr\lcp Att >nde Citizen of 8Uit.., Including formally announced his candidacyfor I I Harry H. Wells of Chipley today lovers of Starke according to those John Decide to Make ItlU'l narcissi and bamboo. Will Be Exacted, and Then
GoMn Carl- governor of Florida subject to was elected chairman of the Flor- who have heard the present edition to SUCOMM husband The meeting was called to orderat Arrest
ton and cDLset) the Democratic primaries. I' ida highway commission succeedIng of the Florida Glee Club. The ten o'clock by Miss Annie

--- Durrance listed nine matters of _Robert W. Bentley of Br'den-I! University singing, ,body(, appearsin In a statement Issued Tuetiday Laura Tucker council president The Florida motorist who falls
Senator Everett MftrMey Johns' state wide interest as the chief ton who has been head of the state the Woman's Club auditoriumthis Mrs. Thelma Johns announced her "America, the Beautiful," was to purchase a 1932 automobile license
funeral Saturday rtoroing at his planks of his platform, with "tax- road department for the past three Friday evening, January IS. decision to enter the June primaryas sung, followed by the regular, business tag before February 1 automatically -
home on North WaiAUt street was ation" the first consideration.The years. Many have congratulated- a candidate for the senate from spHslun. penalizes himself 25
attended not only toy hundreds of candidate pointed out that Wells, who also is chairman of fessor John W. DeBruyn on the Bradford,! and Union counties, to Designs for the council banner per cent of the cost of the tag for {"j
Bradford county people but by all the taxes now paid by the pub- the state Democratic executive line array of young singers assembling succeed her late husband. SenatorE. to bo used at the state council were the neglect under the new regulations !
prominent clttzeua torn all over lic are borne by but ten per cent committee, was appointed to the under his direction to repre- M. Johns. submitted ant approved. The committee laid down In an act by the I
the state. of the owners of taxable property. highway commission by Governor sent the University In the club's Friends of Senator Johns urged i for the awarding the gift 1931 Florida legislature.
The Senator's body lay In state He said he would lend his best efforts Carlton about a year ago. He succeeded annual state tour. Seventy members -I Mrs. Johns to take this step feeling cup made their report and the cup .Automobile owners have this j
at his home frorn Tnuwday: noon at more equitable distributionof :Mallie Martin of Crestview were chosen from the record that the bent Interests of the district was awarded to the Hampton club month left in which to purchase
until the time of tn# funeral and tax burden. who resigned.The fall-tournout of over a hundred would be better nerved be- for the best all-round record for automobile tags before the penalty
was viewed by (* IQjig processionof Durrance said that if elected he new chairman took his candidates. The letter unit of the cause of her familiarity with her the year's club work. I I goes Into effect. There Is no period -
friends and acquaintances. Sat- would "apply the pruning hook to place at the head of the commis- club. Including/ aU experienced husband's plans and policies for Miss Virginia P. Moore home of grace beyond thla month. It ",
urday morning th casket was dead wood in government." -He sion table and the board began members and the outstandingvoices his district and wide acquaintance Improvement specialist of Tallnhnssee I: is provided by law, and the tag ,
placed on the terrace and the peo- said he would be in favor of fewer hearing delegations from all over of those entering the organ with legislators and state officials. gave a delightful and In- I agents must collect the amount of
ple gathered on the spacious laws. the state preparatory to draftinga ization this year will be heard here Friends of the late senator In both structive lecture on "Home Im I the penalty. "
grounds surrounding the house for Transportation highways and tentative budget for 1932. tonight. house and senate added their plea provement." The home Improvement : Those who refer to pay the additional ,
the open air service which was in waterways schools local government All delegations were told their Paul Knight and Nolan Canova. that she become a candidate to work Is divided Into six amount however have until II
charge of Rev. Cs otge P. Raymond I farming citrus Industries the I requests would be given "every local boys and members of the succeed her husband assuring her classes, which Miss Moore thor- March 1 to buy tags but after
of the Baptist church pastorof fishing: Industry labor and unem- I consideration" in the new budgetbut club will be featured this evening of their whole-hearted support and oughly discussed and with the aid that date Florida, motorists driving !
the deceased. assisted by Rev. ployment are other major Issues that reduced revenues would !, among those of the Florida Skit assistance on any matters In which of posters gave a clear conceptionof with 1031 tags are subject to ar-
W. L. Meade, of .A.I&-chl-'Ii and Rev. listed In Durrance's platform. 'necessitate curtailment of new activities artists. Paul and Nolan, In their she might be Interested' for her this subject. At 1 o'clock a rest and penalty. '
W. F. Jones of IPe Methodist "In behalf of Florida, my native by the road department WRUF radio act of that name district. three-course !luncheon was served Cost lit Higher ;, j
church.A state" Durrance laid "I now during 1932.Members have attained much popularity over The late Senator Johns was to fifty-one guests. Tags cost more this year than
quartette Softly sang the proclaim for her people a new Independence of the commission said the air as a singing duo probably one of the boat known Council officers and one delegate last year. The legislature Increasedthe ,j
hymn "It :Is Not fceath:: to Die" independence: from the they favored taking the proper Billy Van Brunt, widely regarded lawmakers In the state capitol not from the following clubs were rep- rate on cars weighing up to 3- .j
which was followed t>y a comfort- rule of selfish and designing rings care of existing roads and bridges as one of the most promising of missing a session since he was resented: Lake. Butler Little 000 pounds to 60 cents per hun '1
Ing scripture reading from the 14th and ring masters; Independencefrom before entering Into an extensive student pianists yet toVutudy: at elected reading clerk of the house Springs Brooker, Hampton, The- dredweight.The .
chapter of St. John! and a fervent the rule of demagogue and construction program. They recognized the University of Florida, will appear In 1918. Following his campaignas ressa Heilbronn, Woodlawn and I tag rate for cars weighing- /i
prayer. Dr. Raymond made a the political parasite and trickster; they said, that emergency as soloist, with Fred"\\.10n"8 representative he was elected to Starke. more than 3.000 pounds Is 75 cents \ I
touching funeral d ing of his permanent loss the loss here body politics who have con- state and must be cared for this Although previously booked to t terms, he announced as senator strengthen and systematize home W. S. McLIn state motor vehiclo I
of Senator Johns' flJ.lXIUy and the tributed most to our present con- I year so far as the department's take part In the program, Claude, and In that capacity served his demonstration club work In the commissioner estimated that the ,
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loss of the county And state. The dition. Finances will permit. Murphree, University organist. has district In two sessions. Mrs. county. To mnke better and big tags would bring In $0,000,000 this j
number of telegrams' and the choice "I cannot buy the office. Men During the morning session dele- been called away and will be unableto Johns spent the /greater portionof ger clubs and to assist the agentto year, all of which goes to the
flowers sent by friends demonstrated who buy offices feel that they own gations were heard from Seminole accompany the club. each session In Tallahassee with carry on better work by co-op schools of the state. In many Broad
that the deceased possessed them. I shall go personally to the Palm Beach, Brevard, Plnellas St. Featured numbers of Florida her husband since 1918 and fplend- eration. er counties, authorities Issued ap'I
a depth of soul\ *" s Veil as of Intellect people in an active campaign. I Johns Sumter Glades Levy Okee- Club's repertoire, which will be ships formed during those years The next moetlng will be held In peals to motorists to purchase tags .I |
which harff?,enabled him to have no campaign manager." chobee Martin, Lake, Polk, and all sung tonight Include "Route will be of utmost value to her It Hampton the second Saturday In early In order to provide funds for ,
make so many W'4r T i friends. Many northwest Florida counties which Marching" "Ma Little Banjo." anda she Is elected to represent the fifteenth March. operation of the schools. Hereto- :
earnest prayers were offered for $( UHT HOUSE MEETINGST. grouped their requests into a resolution particularly enjoyable arrange district.The + fore the schools participated in

his recovery but G0tl: In His Infin- from the northwest Florida ment of "Old Folks at Home." fifteenth district was ably AUTO OWNERS TO gasoline tax revenues giving them
ite wisdom thought best to close T. Martin, the'Southern evangelist association. Among other attractions offered represented by Senator Johns durIng funds earlier in the year. This
his earthly life. Ho was fully con- who was associated with Among the requests made of the by the Glee Club program are the his career In the house and UE PENALIZED year the tag funds did not become
scious that death was near but Wui. Jennings Bryan In his fight commission were that the state soloists Joe Wahlnerg baritone of senate, and particularly during his available until December, with the
'calmly) faced tbe fact. knowingthat against evolutipn. tax supported buy and operate the ferry system state radio station,. WRUF, and senate term did he succeed in putting Florida" automobile owners who bulk of the money to be paid in
his soul was "at peace with schools and who was highly commended across Apalachicola Bay on the "Goldie" Schauberffer tenor. Bob though much favorable legislation do not procure their 1932 lIcense. during January.
his Maker. by Mr. Bryan Is speaking Gulf Coast highway that the state Griffin and Company popular skit for his district. In cooperation tags before February 1 are in fora
"Swing Low, Sweet Chariot" every night in the courthouse. Tonight continue to lease the Conners high artists, announce an all-new act as with others, he was peck of trouble. KAIFOKD MAKES KKCOKD IN
and 'other negro Spirituals were ( Thursday) he speaks on way In the Everglades and keep It their offering of the show. mainly responsible for the advance Under provisions of the state motor STRAWBERRY SHIPMENTS:
sung by a choir of colored people "Evolution of Christ? Christ or toll free and that the state restore Bill Johnson, of Key West Is ment of road construction throughthe vehicle license law, as amended, FOR THIS TIME ()YEAR
who were proud t<> be numbered Hell? Or Shall We Be Taxed to the ocean drive between Delray president of the Florida Glee Club district and the state farm road by the 1931 legislature the rate
among Senator Jotina'' friends. Damn our Own Children?" and Boca Ratun where the pave and Lew Rogers, of DeFuniak owes its existence to his persistent not only was boosted but the usual Due to the mild weather of this
Rev. W. F. .Tores offered an Friday night the meeting will ment and roadbed were washed out Springs, Is business manager, other work with state officials, and It Is laxity many motorists have shown winter, strawberry shipments from
earnest prayer, after which the begin at 7 o'clock In order to get In the hurricane of 1928. officers include Hugh Tmbrey to be regretted that he did not each year heretofore<<:, in securing the station at Ualford recently
service was closed With the hymn, through by 8 o'clock on account of The commission named Karl Bill Duncan, a Starke boy Bill live to see this road completed. tags will result In a stiff penalty have exceeded all previous records
"Asleep In Jesus." the University of Florida Glee Club Roesch Tallahassee, acting secretary Perez, Leslie Wilder and Ed Du- Other roads projects In both counties And the law leaves no loophole to for the time of year. It Is understood -
Senator Johns wa. A worker; he at the Woman's Club. Mr. Martin'ssubject Roesch was secretary under BOSH. were Included in his plans for escape that penalty for It must be that as much of this fruit
short life of I Friday night will be "Sal paid before the tag Is Issued. has been
did things. In hU Bentley.The I the next few years, connecting sent out from Ralford
thirty-five years \Be accomplished vation as Taught by the Catholic date for the Lakeland meet- FEDERAL LiNONIS links In existing roads and of Here la what Section 1281 of the this year as from Lawtey and
much of good that reflects credit I, Bible." This address Is,not controversial Ing at which the final budget will I TO A\OID FORECLOSURE these he succeeded In completing amended act provides: Starke together, which have for
on.his Interesting CIJ.t' eer. He died and has been strongly be adopted was changed from Feb the link between Hampton and "On February first a penalty of some years been shipping large
young but lived a Worthwhile life. ; commended by both evangelicalsand ruary 10 to February 17. Washington. Jan. 11. .Assurance the Brooker road. twenty-five per cent of the amount quantities of berries.
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That he was beloved by those Catholics.Mr. The statement as given to the duo shall be added to the price of Messrs. Lewis and Hardy Harris
that "ruthless and drastic" foreclosures
who knew him best was evidencedby Martin has arranged fora "LIGHTHOUSE NAN" TO BE are avoided by Federal press by Mrs. Johns Tuesday follows each tag and no tag shall be l Issued R. A. Ueildlnh S. T. Dowllng
the pall of sorrow that spreadover county-wide evangelistic campaign : after February first for any E. P. Johnson Lncy Varnos, J. S.
ritSENTED IN BROOKEi
land bank to the senate
was given
his home town and county and by the noted young evan- "After deep consideration and vehicle which was liable for registration McCormick and others are among
In many parts of the state when gelists B. R. Larkin of West Virginia Brooker P. T. A. welcomes the I with today the by Secretary information Mellon that about along at the sincere request of friends of or re-reglstratlnn as of the principal growers. and they
fJt1ls death was and gospel singer. R. A. I January 1st unless such penalty la have been about :1
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the grievous news \ senior class of Bell School my late husband Senator E. M. receiving $ per
High 20 cent of their loan are de
flashed over the country. It was Walker of Mississippi They are who will present in Brooker school per Johns I have decided to become a paid, In addition to the price of the crate, with as much as $10 received
such said to be young men of unusual linquent.The of. tag.: The operation of any motor around Christmas time
evidenced again When a large Jan. 15 candidate to succeed him In the althoughthe
auditorium
number of frienda and acquaintances ability having been called backto three "LighthouseNan" treasury chieftains report, fice of state senator for the district vehicle after the month of February price Is In reality low for this
with sorrowing hearts gath- one city for six campaigns in a act comedy-drama. submitted in answer to a senate comprising Bradford and Union without having attached season of the year.
It tells the story of Nan the little
ered in Starke to attend his fu thirteen months. uneducated waif mistreated and resolution, covered both federal counties subject to the action of thereto a license tag for the cur The principal points of shipmenthave
neral. The state RdS lost a public They will arrive In Starke Sat- over-worked but full of merriment, land banks and joint stock land the Democratic voters In the June rent year shall subject the operator been Baltimore, Md., and
servant others have lost a personal urday and will have a mass meetIng kindness of heart and sturdy good .banks as of November 30. primary ; thereof to arrest and puninh- Washington D. C.
friend and our hearts go out of all denominations in the sense. The scene Is laid at a light- The report gave the total num- "In making this decision I do so ,' ment as provided by law for the Union county Is fast coming to
In'sympathy to his family and rela- court house Sunday afternoon at hduie on the coast of North Caro ber of loans involved but did not with sincere purpose of attemptIng operation of a motor vehicle with- the front in the culture of straw-
tives who are so deeply bereaved.The three o'clock. The churches will lina. The bibulous and henpeckedold give the amounts. Loans of joint to carry out the policies and out proper license; but this paragraph berries, and in another year or two
interment was!! at Crosby have their usual services Sunday lighthouse keeper and his stock landbanks in receivershipwere plans that my late husband had shall not apply to motor vo- the acreage no doubt will be much
morning at 11 o'clock and eveningat not covered In mind. Having been closely as hides which were not liable to reg- larger than at lreRent..Lake But
Lake Cemetery un 7:30 p. m., and will then all and Federal land banks he reported, sociated with him In matters conr istration or re-registration on Jan ler Times.
the DeWItt C. Jones Company ried out Williams
by Henry
meet at the Methodist church at had 408,433 loans in force on No- 'cLfI,1 with flrd pertaining to this! uary 1st of such year. (As amended ----- .
morticians. A profusion!! of flow Mentholee Williams who will be
ers were banked ft.t>oHt the grave. 8:30: for a great union song ser remembered as the auctioneer and vember 30 with 3,211 In arrears. oiflce, I feel that I have an understanding by Acts of 1931.)" AUTO ACCIDENT: FATAL
Joint stock land bank, loans and Under provisions of thin act the
aggregate of what he wanted
being sent t> state officials. vice.Then the little Sweedish girl in Deacon
many
local organizations y and personal each night at 7:30: In the Dubbs which was presented here 1 94,062 with 21,150 delin Intended to carry out for the district motor vehicle owner not only will Mrs. T. J. Redding of Leesburg,
court house and each morning at be to the 25 .
friends. sometime Bell school. The quent. he so dearly! loved. compelled pay per died Friday morning from Injur
10 o'clock In the Methodist church. ago by Delinquencies of less than 90 "If elected I will do all within cent penalty before tag Is Issued lea received In an automobile
pallbearers were : other are equally good. Handsome
Honorary parts
account for about 60 cent after February 1, but he will be
Messrs. G. W. Alderman Robt, F.Dernorest hero Injun' Jim, a days per my power to carry forward his I wreck near the Blscayne Filling
young
J. C. ftoblnson T. B.Massle Orlando-Plans under way to lay ciaft vllllan: an adventuress whois of the total In arrears in each di- p.>llcicil. having In it id at all times subject to arrest for operating a Station north of Starke. The accident -
hardwood floor over cement in city vision. The other 40( per cent were I the interest of Bradford and Union motor vehicle without proper. license happened at 7 o'clock and(
A. Z. Adkins, B. Jacobs In constant warfare on the her- ,
J. J. Truby O. I* Reasley.: Active: auditorium. lone and the baronet's snobbtah delinquencies of more than 90 days. counties' as well as the Interest of, ,. Mrs. Redding died! shortly affr!!
W. M. Wainwright, II. C. Wall, A. sister. The heart of the audience Mellon said In the report 4.6 per our great state, and shall leave being brought to Starke by passing
O. Andreu, C. A Knight, D. P. I'll. Capt. S. A. Bryan W. P. Randall will beat In sympathy with the cent of the delinquencies were In- nothing unturned to exert every= influence I'AIK HELl IN COUNTY' J.\IL motorists Her nuubanrl T J. Redding -

McKInnon, J. J!:. Corpening. Bryan Jennings, Mr. and Mrs. trials of Nan and rejoice at her ultimate volved in foreclosure proceedingsIn that will be of benefit to was seriously Injured and
Joe Griffin Mrs. Jack Norwood the first 11 months of 1931 my senatorial district. Frank LaRue and Blanche RobInson will probably lose the sight of one
Among the out pf town persons Miss Ola Griffin. Senator J. T. triumph. _" of Sampson City are heldIn
time shall make
It Is understood that the Bell against 0.5 per cent during 1930. I At the proper I '
attending the funeral were: Governor Butler, Mr. and Mrs. W. L.Ed-_ School band will furnish The banks had advised him, he formal announcement and qualify the county jail awaiting the out. eye.The Rcddtngs were enroute to
Doyle E.! Oarlton, Cary D. wards Dr. Clifford Stitch of Jacksonville High the music.ANNOUNCES string. said! "they are notpursuing a course as a candidate for senator from the come of pistol wounds Inflicted by Jacksonville to upend the day and
Landis. Nathan Mayo, W. S. Caw- ; Senator and Mrs. Bernard 4., of ruthless and drastic foreclosures fifteenth senatorial district of LaRue on Vann Williams and Ray In the early morning light did not
thon, R. A. Cray, W. V. Knott, English Sheriff Douglas J. B. ," considering each delinquency Florida. Goodge Tuesdnyfcbout noon. Wil- see a parked truck owned by B.
and Senator W. C::. Hodges, all of hedges!!, Lake City; Senator and FOR SENATEDr. upon Its merits and start- "Respectfully liams was shot In the neck and Is Blattner of Jacksonville on the

Tnllahoasee. Mrs. J. B. Steward, Miss Nancy ing foreclosure proceedings where "Mrs. Markley Johns." In a serious condition in the Ala highway until too late to stop. Mr.
Lake Butler
Senator and :Mrs. Pat Whitaker, Osborne Miss Vesta Prewltt Fer- J. M. Mann of borrowers were not capable farm- chua county hospital while Goodge Redding succeeded(\ In swerving his
Judge and Mrs. Marlon Hendry nandina; Senator S. D. Clarke announces In this Issue for the office ers, not making an effort to meet IICUT IN ACCIDENT has a bullet wound In the knee. 'I car around the re.ir of the truck
Lawrence Hernandez! Mrs. R. E. Monticello; Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Jor- of state senate, comprising their debts or "other factors making Williams was not expected to live, but Its leaning side caught the
L. Chancey Sherllf R. T Joughln, dan and family Oviedo; Representative Bradford and Union counties. This It necessary to take action In according to reports from the hos top of the bedan. ripping it completely
Mr. Blake :Mr. aId Mrs. C. A. Ed Larson Keystone announcement Is the first to be the vital interests of the bank." MIs Vlvllene Parker of Lacros- pital. oft, The car plunged on
Marks all of Taftjf Heights: Judge Hal W. Adams made in this county for the June 3e. received painful Injuries Wednesday From the reports of the affair, down the road for a short distance

Col. Joe Hilt Williams Mr. and Mayo; Mrs. H. 1.[. Griffin Waldo; primaries. CLirCH IS A BLR. TO afternoon when the car* she LaRue shot the two men on ordersof before it went into the shallow:
:Mrs. J. R. Boring./ Mr. and Mrs. O. Rev. and Mrs.! R H. Rooks. Ortega IllS HOME; was driving turned over net La Blanche Robinson when they ditch* through a wire fence and
J. Grlffis. Miss Willie Mae John- .: Senator T. J. Knabb WalterA. LONG AWARDED BOOKT. RETt'liNTO crosse. Miss Parker was thrown came to the house to move some of stopped upright in the field..
aon all of lAke Sutler; Senator S. Dopaon, Macclenny; Mr. and clear of the car when the steering the household goods said to belongto No arrests were made foil:>wIng -
J. Hilburn Mr. and< Mrs. H. C. Mrs. E. E. Branch, Jacksonville T. Long local agent for the Jacksonville.: Jan. 13. J. 8. gear locked on a curve and it over- the woman's husband, Mann an investigation by officers
I Butch, superintendent of the state turned for the first time. The car Robinson. Robinson and his wife withnessea the truck c-mld
Richard Mr. MernJay, Judge J. Beach; Judge Kelly, Madison: Equitable Life Insurance Company stating
V Walton Palatkn; Judge A. V Senator and Mrs. Samuel Getzen was awarded the book "Fortuneto prison farm at Ralford who recently finally stopped in a deep ditch after had been separated and Robinson not be moved from the highway-
Long, S. T. Dell CoL and Mrs. J. C.Adktn.s Bushnell; Mr. and Mrs. A. I>r. Pet- Share" for outstanding record underwent a major operation It had turned several times and sent Williams and Goodge to the end the person in charts' of the disabled
Evans H3iie, Thos. FieldIng tit. and children, Marion Minty during Producers Week December In St. Luke's Hospital, will was Wrecked MH Parker was house to get the household goods. truck tried to flag the speed
W. G. Halls Zack Douglass. and A. M. Pettit, Jr., Mr. and Mrs.A. 14-19 In writingapplications for return to his home at the farm brought in to Stark. for treatmentand LaRue, a "floater", had been stay ing car.
Sheriff, R. J. WelH W. A. Shands 3. Williams MrS. Powell, Mrs.J. his company. Mr. Long was notified today, attaches at the hospital 1 I. now at the Gill hospital. ing at the home and as the two -

all of Gainesville 5 B. A. Scott, D. Y, Smith, Rev. W U. Meade, all of his standing recently and said.Mr. men approached the house shot Palmetto -- J. W. Stevens erectIng .
P. McKInnon Joe CHI Miami; Senator of Alachua; Mr. and Mrs. C. E. received the volume this week. Blitch: for a white was in a Miami Beach City Council recently both of them from a window. small structure to house Car-
T. O. Futch. A. A. Futch. of Johns Baldwin; Mr. and Mrs. T. critical condition but steadily gained adopted, resolution to purchase ----- --- michael's Georgia Smoke House.
Leesburg; Dr. and Mrs. M. B. Her- A. Brtnson. Hugh; Mr. A. A. Fernandina Nassau Coca Cola rtrength until at the present park site for $30,000 along Delray-W, Croft and O. Croft -- -- -
long.. Mrs. HUtfU* nIght Mrs. Johns Frostproof; Mrs. I* A. Reynolds Bottling Co., building being remod time is well on the road to recov-' ocean front between Second and opening grocery and meat marketIn Stuart -- Sunrise Inn opened for

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I-'AOa TWO BRADFORD OOUNTY TELEGRAPU 6TARBE FLORIDA. FRIDAY
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RALPH COX, Sports Editor CLEO SHEPARD, Exchange Editor

PATSY BRINSON, Society Editor B II S JOURNAL, IIOPE IIAYNESI Junior Reporter


LOUISE EDWARDS, Literary Editor e o MARY PEARCE, Sophomore Reporter


MIRIAM COBS, Joke Editor A. W. ANDERSON; Freshman Reporter
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LESTER PRICE ROBINSON, Editor EVELYN STUMP, Asst. Editor

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my directions right" FOR INELIGIBLES of toxoid given two to Germs cause disease by a poison

This Is station B. II. S. now I "Yeah, but I didn't see any mon I we are, back again to the' We had as our speakers at chap. three week apart with no reaction which they produce while living 'm

the air. Broadcasting a ey," answered Ben sorrowfully."Well In the past years those who were dally grind for four more months. el Thursday, Rev. Raymond and will confer the Immunity in from the tlsuea of man. That recov".-v
coming on of 660 centimeterswith there is only one thing to not eligible to take the examina- Then comes the summer holidays. also Mr. Tibbetta of Keystone six weeks to three months. from some diseases protect,

wave a length of 500 hops, by special ,do" announced the painter. tions at mid-semester or those who Nothing is sweeter in life than Heights. Mr. Tibbetts had sheets A Schick test at the end of six against another attack shows that ,
power of copywrlght own "What is that?" answered Ben failed on the ones they took were those four months of summer holi of songs given out that lie had us months will show that 85 per cent an antidote has been developed ':
permission
hopefully."Get allowed to make them up directly days. learn. He also gave an interestingtalk of all children so treated are immune which offsets the poison. This antidote -

ers.Owing to the rearrangement of you a bucket of paint and after school started for the next on his camp in the north, and for life from diphtheria. In- may be produced at will

time schedule, programs at night start painting too answered the semester and take a re-examlna It seems as If the junior class about a boy who prayed for a as much as the younger the child, with producing the disease, by injecting -

will be In the morning. man as he went on painting.You tion. This year no one' is allowed lost its president when Mary trumpet, which was finally given the more susceptible he Is to diphtheria the dead germs under the

The first thing this morning Is have just listened to Less to take examinations until two Brownlee left. If it had been the him. Rev. Raymond dismissed us It behooves us to Immunizeas skin. In this way anyone may, and

a story by the famous explorer, Robinson in his story telling hour, months have passed and if he has treasurer we would have checkedup with a prayer. early as possible. At six months all should be, protected against \

traveller bloHogiat, thcologlst and boys and girls. This program t 1" not proved himself capable of pass on the books. of age this procedure should be typhoid fever. Against diphtheria

economist Less Robinson. sponsored by the Toonerville Trust ing then by holding up his monthly; IMMUNIZATION!\ carried out. microbes the antidote may be pro-

Good morning boys and girls, Corporation, whose slogan Is average he cannot take them at Ben Sternberg alias "Einstein" We can prevent the development duced by injecting the poison In a
6 how are this morning? The "Breakum and Cheatum." all, therefore he will faiL So those has developed a new theory. The Immunization means the protection certain other conditions such as diluted form. In this case the pOison -
you t who have to take the examinations theory: "If you handle pine leaves of an individual from certain measles and Infantile paralysis by may be separated from the
story I have to tell you Is about a microbe -
"deah ole frlcn of mine, Ben Stern- BASKETBALL. SEASON OPENS are studying very hard to have carefully they will preserve their diseases either' naturally or arti injecting blood serum from convalescents outside the body. This poison
high enough grades to qualify. color and taste for a long time. ficially. i from these diseases. In Injected into horses results In
berg
Miss Louise Thede worked on the Natural immunity to. a disease' the of measles from
Early in the day of childhood The B. It. S. basketball teams case serum the presence of large amounts of
when Ben and I were my going will officially open their season in HONOR ROLL theory and found out that "Ein is gained by the individual's body! adults who have at some time had the antidote in the blood of the

to school, we decided to to a'I' Penney Farms tonight. A great stein" was, right. This theory Is building up resistance' either as a this disease will serve. This Im- horse. The watery part of the
go
little place this side of Gainesville number of players are out for both 12th grade: Ortho Matheny Ben known as the "Pine, Leaf Theory." result of having had that diseaseor I munity however, is purely tem-. horse's blood especially prepared
,
where there Is a home for the teams and a successful season Is Sternberg Evelyn Stump Gordon as a result of continued repeated porary. If Injected when symptoms of diphtheria -

feeble minded and observe their ac I anticipated. Two practice games Wadsworth. When people talk about the seniors exposure over a period of years,. Let us then give our children the are already present, will al.

tions. When we arrived the superintendent have been played already in order 11th grade: Lulcelle Edwards, of '32 they say they are a to the germ causing it, not in numbers I- advantage of vaccination and the rest the disease. Prevention ,s

told us to look aroundas for the coaches to get a line on Hope Haynes Clyde Morgan Blow class. Right there they are sufficient to cause the individual Immunization from diphtheria. It best, and In similar ways preven-

much as we wanted to; so we the ability of the players.A 10th grade: Lois Adkins, Etholin wrong because the fact is that to develop the disease. Is too simple a procedure to be neg- tion may be secured against lock, .
i started. tournament of the Central Barron, Martha $Brownlee Bunnie when a senior starts! anything he Artificial immunity to a disease lected. jaw, small-pox and rabies. Them

We walked from one end of the Florida Association will he held in Canova, Catherine Haynes Kitty' finishes it. For instances Marame Is gained by injecting into the body is a curative injection for scarlet
Louise Jackson, S. R. Queen Brinson took plane certain substances which will cause
to the other but the most Gainesville on Feb. 19 in which only Hodgsed geom- MICROBES AND MAN f
place
i remarkable witnessed I: the boys will take part. Johns Janet Kelley, Lois Long erty for eight months and wasn't the system to manufacture anti I ver.He cannot
sight from
we Earnest Sinclair Peek satisfied so.she taking two more bodies which in turn will fight and I escape microbes -
schedule Morgan, .
The B. H. S. basketball a'
MIc obe Is the to but
was a man painting a house with- : the disease' name given ; we can keep our bodies
out any hair In the brush. Ben Is as follows: Jan. 15, Penney Margaret Prevatt Puline Priest months of it. overcome particular form t? life so small that it can-' and houses clean. We can let fresh

always was a talkative fellow so Farms, there, night; Jan. 22, Alta Relm, Fred Shaw, Marjorie germs that one Is combating. These not be seen without the aid of a air and the sunlight Into out
I Macclenny here, day Jan 29, Lake Stump, Dorothy Swanbom, Annie! Miriam Jacobs missed schoolto injected substances may be either
he said, "My good man why do ; Laura Tucker. go to DeLand Tuesday. Can vaccines (suspensions of dead bacteria powerful magnifying glass. GermIs houses. We can keep our fingersout
you try to paint without any hair Butler there, night; Feb. 8, Lake in a sterile solution) or anti- another name given to these of our mouths and we can apply -
in your brush ?" Butler here day; Feb. 19, tournament 9th grade: Myra Frink. Blake you feature.._that? small forma of life. Microbes are to our doctors for definite pre
toxins (found in the blood
The man, turned around and I ;; Feb. 26, Penney Farms here; Jackson, Helen Mersereau, Mar serumsof so small that hundreds of them vention against many of the most .
animals which
have had the
tha Powell LouIse Speaking of DeLand, we surely par
Dorothy Sapp,
March 4 Green Cove
Springs; be
looked at Ben for a few minutes may present on one of the dust dreaded diseases
Snyder, Alma Thornton, Gilbert miss Mary Brownlee, who has gone ticular disease we are fighting) or
Melrose and Hawthorn
pending.
then he came to the ground. He particles that float in the air.
toxotda. Another of Immunizing .
.
Brown. there to finish her high school edu means -
looked: Ben over again and finally Microbes are present every
cation. is by vaccinating (as in Plant City-Work started on
8th grade: A. W Anderson Lois
aid, "You look like GLEE CLIMB REORGANIZEDThe where. They are present in water
a sane man, Judd. the case of small pox) with another construction of strawberry and

I reckon I can tell you my story." 7th grade: Mae Meresereau, Andrew The girls have won two basketball disease (cowpox), which will Immunize milk, and food. They float aboutin vegetable shed on new Seaboard
Senior Girls' Glee Club
was the air
So he started with dust. They are
Taylor. games lately. The first two for the one we are striving spur in eastern part of city.
Tux not feeble-minded, crazy or reorganized last Friday morning to present on the skin of men and animals -
6th Frances Lee L. of the season. They say a bad overcome.
grade: Peek
and will meet Tuesday at in
mentally defective every They are the mouth, the
There certain
are diseases which
O. Jones Jr. beginning makes a good ending. I
Ben watched him for a few min 9:45.: : nose and throat. They are in the -
utes then he decided to amuse the The glee club is planning to give! Oth grade: Ralph Dubois N. T, hope make a a bad good beginning doesn't we and can thus immunize save much for pain very and easily Buffering Intestines and form a large part of DR. R. W. MABTDT
ending.
: l man; so be said, "You don't look special numbers at chapel exercise Bitch, Billy Taylor Lorraine Hart- and lower the the contents of the lower bowel.
and other similar occasslon. The mann, Mary Jane Judd, Melba Pre- materially These DENTIST
like a "bug house lilly. (bu".house; on minute living objects are ]
Melba and Cleo death rate from such diseases.
and two of the
lllly Is the name of the inmates.) members of the glee club are: vatt, Mae Prevatt, Allie Mae Slade, of different' kinds with characteristics l Phone SS Hours 9 to 5 |
Floy Thomas, Lucy Ann Dew. alumnae Miss Lena Belle Shepardand The two commonest of these are
Tm Cleo shepard, Miriam which make them
not. but I'm broke; so I sopranos as unlike as Over Corpening's Drug Store
: 4th grade: Emmett Perryman, Miss Thelma. Silcox went to smallpox and diphtheria. In the
just acted that way for a few daysto Jacobs, Evelyn Stump Melba Sll- hens cats and potatoes. Because
t
Radph Rhodes, Ruby Conner. the basketball games in Waldo north, immunization for scarlet .
get something to eat, now they cox Lorena Green Louise Walters I of their intimate contact with man
won't let Annie Laura Tucker, Ktholln 2nd grade: Harry Kelum Feral Friday afternoon. fever is quite commonly carried and his It is
me out to surroundings
Impos-
get my. mon Tones, Selma Thornton. out but inasmuch as this dreaded I ,. ....-._ J II ....
White second sible to their
ey. Georgia Haynes; so- escape influence.
Low 1st, C ar/1 D: Ida Lulu Davie The seniors are on the jump be- scourge Is so much lighter in severity -
"Did you say money?" gasped pranos: Patsy Brinson, Lois Long, Sometimes the influence indirectly Say it with Flower
Patsy Keen Joe Andrews, Sara cause Mrs. McLendon and Mrs. In Florida it hardly seems
Ben. Lois Adkins, Eunice Canova, Beverly affects the welfare of man by spoiling
i. "Sure, plenty of It, if I tell you I Cady; altos, Martha Brown- Barefoot, Dorothy Lee Johns, Leon- Carpenter are both having them worth while, for the reaction to his food. By parching corn .._aa.. 1 ,_ _._.., .

where it is will you get It for me? lee, Kitty Hogsed, Marjorie Stump, ard Peek,'George Flynn. write those dreaded term papers this particular serum is quite severe drying and salting meat and preserving Flowers
For All
1st grade: Harold Ford, Jimmie which are ;yearly events in many cases.
I Til split with you" Hope Haynes, Mary Pearce Mur fruit in syrup, he has
f "Okay,with m.,". answered Ben la Weeks and others; Mrs A. K. Grlffls, Douglas Pltzer Gloria Bu '" Vaccination with a \vpox will created conditions unsuitable for OccasionsGERTRUDE
.
seriously, Wall directress, and Mrs. F. H. ford, Evelyn demons, Mary Dixon We have two..new seniors Miss confer an Immediate Immunity to the growth of microbes which
Sara Sewell Rachel Chapin and Miss,.. Jennie .._ .. .. _,_
"All right, you go down University Long pianist. Jessie Mae Slade smallpox and this immunity will would otherwise live in the food T u "
avenue past the university Carrie Belle Bennett, Carolyn Dunn, respectively, on an average four to seven years.In and spoil It.

till you come to the country club. Green Violet Johnston. I some individuals this immunitylasts Some of the Influences are directly GODBEY
LOST AND FOUND COLUMN Mary Brownlee came to-visit
for life. The reaction from
Then harmful
to
turn to your left, go down man and produce ANDERSON
CHANGE IN CHAPEL tier parents, Mr. and Mrs. Hugh this procedure Is dlaea. It Is
JJjU road till usually quite light e. possible, from whatwe
b, you 00mft to A Senior
graveYard LOST privileges before Brownlee last week-end. Phone 39 Waldo FlaN
EXERCISES and the child does no more than know about microbes, to so or- ,
in the center of this
grave they had been given out. suffer a slight temperature for a der our life that
we may escape .. ..._
yard there la a large oak. Up In Lester Price's soul - n '0
? to Law-
LOST-Senior dignity. Finder Instead of having the ministersof goes couple'of days some redness and
{ the top is a hollow hole, in the hole please return to Melba Silcox. tey afternoon.
every
the town talk to us each Thurs- swelling of the arm where vaccinated
you will find the money" F'OUND-Some stray hair pins day, we are going to have one of and the formation of a scab
The man hadn't finished talking said to be owned by Evelyn Stump. them one week and and the next Victor went to Melroae Friday which l ia some few weeks in fallingoff. QT C mTOTH ErAM B T OUSvre

found before things Ben had just already like the left.man told He Please call for these; ao you can .I week have a special program ren- night. Proper precaution to prevent make Yee-year loans to those of satisfactory
,keep your hair up. dered by the pupils in the junior --- secondary Infection by scratchingor
him, but in the tree he didn't find reputation who want a complete training at the
LOST-Some waves .(for your and senior high schools. Evelyn went to the Comp-of-the- Injuring removes almost all dan-
c the money. In a tow hours he came hair). Please return some to Hope Palms Sunday afternoon. of trouble.
back to question the man about :Mrs. Wall, public school music ger any GEORGIA ALABA MA BU5INESCOLtEC I
Haynes. teacher, will have charge of all The process of Immunization for
the
( put hiding the place.In"Are you sure" you FOUND Rotten semeter music, piano solos, saxophone solos Louise Thede went to Kingsley diphtheria Is even simpler and the, Write for arfi ulars. Banker*Box 664MaconCa.jPenng1uania .
Ben.money the tree? questioned grades. Will Lester Price Robinson vocal selections and things of lAke Saturday night to visit Bev

please call for them? erly. .
that nature. Each week of ---
one -------- ---- --- -
"Did you go out University ave. LOST-one shoe. Finder will
the teachers will have charge of
nue club until?" you came to the country please return to Rachel Chapin. the remainder of the program. Mrs. Beverly surely did have a

LOST-Beverly Cady reports the "swell" time during the Christmas
McLendon will have charge of the I
c "Yeah but did you put the mon- loss of one case of measles. first meeting. holidays. Not with the mumps but

again.ey In the tree?" questioned Ben LOST-All originality and humor The teachers think this will be heir first cousin-measles. I

f by joke editor and her assistants quite a success and very beneficialto -
"Did turn
you to your left and When
the students. Henry prophesizes something -
will happen, he is usually
( ) Tire
right. He believes In signs. In the \
SCHOOL
r DAYS By DWIG' first day of trig he came to the

A c. word sine which he says means

.... hat's the sine we flunk.

,: W1eM 'lie M"MIt TIP .eo 1\\e 6Ree N "oop I Miss Myrtlce: "When did the Combing
TuR1ini t Rtl \ITS Leaves 1b sao.1N revival of "
?
learning begin
81me.. etoezs, .weD. :
+e:
lk J1&PIe
TIC
"
Louise T.: "Just before exam- .
1'01.1) -
'tb (MelliE \

t "c2.cH t'I1 1W BIEST s STAR.Ti1a fESP"Ul.eo) \:PftN6WG pore (nations." -+ "!

I 1tQ ,AU6UtSTNCV A. E.: "What's the difference between -

"Sr I $WeEr tIaUE- Ito.AJ vision and sight?" ,1SaPety

-/' S. R.: "That's easy. My girl Is
-
} a vision, and yours is a sight. w
:
1 $ r 'Lk Srr J'l FR4u Mr : __

.MtTTL. 'IWS MORt'& Lester: "Leaving school) "Good

<. veto WTs l1AO Tb CAT bye> Miss Florence; I'm indebtedto

" DR. COft'.Pi Wi1N A FORK :_ you for all I know." .- NEwLowPmcESGuaranteed

\ a, Miss Florence: "Oh, don't men

t; : ''' __ CDlt>2 ttUW"" *. eNU- This COLO? tion such a. trifle."

fir, 'tM'I.I\' uI Q.P1e.u.> IT Ben: "Did fortune visit you last

( a CITS so TOLD 'r4aM) f'RuiLI night T"Herbert
4 : "No, but his daughter
i'I : \H "ftX/R. MOON )" & : "

\. r pit le.. :"" HOOP acet' did Ben: "Eh?" 12 months 30x3 1-2 ________....i____M..__ $4.19

t'' ; : 1\\e't \HAVE Tb ee 9tof1PED Herbert: "Misfortune. (Time to 29x4.40 _. _-_________-________ 5.00
UP k40 ccmo: \INTO 4bTv4ATeR &taught.)
Against! Damage o f
'j, eroRe heIBotiunotalrs'hrlps 29x4.50 ____________________ 5.35
;, Ralph: "Do you like Klpllng'f"Harry
) Mr '(oJ) SAw: Every Kind.
": "I dunno. How do you 30x4.50 ____________________ 5.65
' kipple?

_" GIT"""NOCIOvv1 Sotlll- 28x4.75 ______--___________ 6.35
Cream Puffs

s Ben" : "Boy, I've got a good job 30x5.00 -__________________ 6.75
now Prices on all
other31xS.25
Leater: "You have." ________ 8.10
____________
Ben: "Yea! I'm an admiral in the

r, navy" tire in Proportion 31x5.50--------------------: 8.60
(
Lester: "Admiral in the navy?
-,- ._.__ _,
I --
Say boy you are crazy. An admiral -- 1. -"
In tile navy has charge of -
all the vessels."

Ben: "Well rm the chief cook in

a all the the kitchen vessels, ain't 7" I in charge of Courtesy Service StationD.


\Er/ ., :: .
e / > --< i NEW UNIFORMS

' "W The boys' basketball team will A. Montieth, Prop., Phone 13

rROS etyl get new uniforms which will be red
? .
\ and white. The Jerseys will be Starke Floridar
'S "' E P.Jt'i1
0,. red with white numerals; the ,

trunks will be white.
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JANUARY tS. 1938 BltAPFOItD COUNTY) TEL?!:GRAPII. BTARKB. FLORIDA PAOR TURBV

I -- .- ..- ... -- -----. .. -- --- .. ---- --- .. ,. .--- .. __ _. ... .. _
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were visiting her niece, Mrs. Walter I

News of Florida In Short Paragraphs [University of Florida's Distin::uish d College of Law F acul:y I I4 Hospital Lee. who Sunday Is sick at the Marr I I;

-- Mr. C. A. Pringle St C...
ley and Kay Prlngle wt : i

e Mr. J. D. Peele \


r L LIVE STATE NEWSTOLD I I II ternoon.ing Master cousin J G.C.W Pringle, Supp spent Mott, Sun Mrs.and 1


lAM, ." l 1, I Mr. and Mrs. Cohen

1 visiting Mr. and Mrs McRae of

Saturday night to this sec

DY OUR EXCHANGES Mr. St. Clair

church at of Mi-
.. .. Lawtey
_-- --- ------------------------
.._.... ''' I ----- ---------w. I Mr and Mrs. Jessie last

st. Petersburg -- Taxes collect-1 Leesburg A lone unmasked I children were visiting them here.

led by the city since October 1 total white man held up a filling station tit 1 ? 4 M'Y during the weekend that little

I$947,674 representing a little more I here tonight, kidnapped the operator t Mr. J. C Pringle and Level sec

I than 38 per cent of the currentyear's and escaped with about $100 in visiting Mr C A an attack

I tax roll city officials an- : cash. The kidnapped man, Charlie Mr. C A. Pringle and days at

[ nounced as the year of 1932 open- Doris was forced into into hill own I,. ; a ,,, and J. C.. were visiting pltai in

| ed. car and had to accompany the t Grlffls Sunday.Mr. .
holdup man to Bamboo, a com J, S. Sapp and Mrs. L.

St. Petersburg Total of buildIng munity three miles north of here. were transacting with

permits Issued by the city dur- Forcing Doris out of the car, the : ?mew t'.. Starke Saturday. B. M.Mc-

ing the past year was $672,150 representing robber drove away; but the car I B. E Mc-

that amount of new was found later deserted near .

building. Total of permits for the Orange Home eight miles from SAMPSON I

1930 was 797525. A totalof Leesburg. Doris said the robber
year .'. ",'rs
h:
768 permits were Issued during made no attempt to harm him except Miss. Dorothy

1931. to keep a gun leveled at him. .,,). _.. 'r .. : A'ro.. of
-- -- -- *>stl<>n
thnt I
"
-
Chattachoochee Henry C. Jacksonville Winter and Its Mr. Roy Matthews of to the

Crowson, 63, attendant at the state playmate Jack Frost, visited Flor was a business. visitor ;; :;: :: ,:: \.. llrailfnra rilxtrUt.:
L- 'Iu Dean R. Tiuslcr Prof. CaiTjrd:
'I i > Harry W. CrumUII. Prof. Clarence J. TeSelle, Judge Tolicrt
hospital for the insane at Chattahooehee ida during the week-end but Just / day. ('. myself
was instantly killed about what damage resulted had not been S. Cotkrell Prof. George W. Thompson, Prof. James W. Day, Prof. Dean Slasle Dr. Stanley Sinionds. Mr. and Mrs. W. II \ .I Itomoernliv a. senator,

noon Monday when a negro patient determined today. Temperatures Florida: ranks third In attendance among all law schools of the South and hns graduated 634 stu 'cn children spent Friday I election. nf and on

Lee Jackson, struck him in dropped to 36 in Jacksonville at since its founding In 1909. By recent action of the, law faculty, Florida becomes one of the nine law ben? is ville.Mr. 'tlnn and In

the head with an axe crushing his 7:30: a. m., yesterday but the sun In the United States requlrlnj: for admission a college degree, except for students taking a combined ccu.uof e T Oldham and t "" "".".. .or I run nlno

skull. soon drove the mercury up to 58 six years leading to an academic'\ and law degree! This forward tp marks: the University of F.OUU." of Jacksonville were k for the
degrees. Yesterday, however was aj Saturday. .. .. hnnklnr"
the fist Southern InatHUtlon to placo Its College of Law upon such a significant basis. .. and 10
Lester Kite
State Comptroller Mr. was
Tallahassee the coolest day of the winter season kiss much
Ernest Amos returned to his here. Mlamlans awoke to find vllle Thursday be alert

office after spending more than a the thermometer hovering around the state -- 1 Frank Herring has nlile 1 ,believe of any to

month at home under' the care of a the 44 mark but before the day supreme court empowers which was loaded with tempting from Jacksonville wh tif tho peo

physician. It was said that the was done the temperatures had In county police sheriff's officers and F!VE'MILE viands Rev. Proctor, who passed been visiting his sister.Lossle \ their and rights eup-

comptroller was not seriously ill climbed back to 66. Tampa reported 'emergency, any private citizen his SSth milestone January 8, was and Onsle : .._ ..", and

but was ordered to bed to overcomea a low of 40 and a high of to impound any cattle found wan- Mrs P. p. Dekta Cor. at his best on this happy occasion. talned a few of their l "" ". In

general rundown condition. 60 and St. Petersburg reported a dering at large In that section ; Merry laughter gay repartee and day night wlU"a ,
owners of the stock only being 61. D.
permitted reminiscences of former Games and music
maximum of-62 and a minimum of gatherIngs -
Ta.mpa-Nearly fifty of the most 46. to reclaim them on payment Oren Dekle had as guests Wednesday sped the day rapidly to the Tempting rt'fre '

spectacular circus, vaudeville and of fine, costs and impounding Dana Duke Alton Dukes, close. Lingeringly, the last good and orangeade were ;:

hippodrome acts In the country St. Petersburg Seven summer charges for each animal taken up. Joel Parrlsh and Robbie Parrish. byes were said, amid the plans Lewis Parrlsh was \

booked as attractions at the South cottages with a combined value of In the last two years at least five Mr. and Mrs. M. P, Dekle and for future reunions as each family Jackaonvlllle Monday :: nf the t..I has

Fair and Gasparilla Carni- serious accidents have occurred on little daughter Sarah Lillian, were reparted for their several homes. Glad to see Lewis ( ) lath judicial. ,
Florida approximately $6,000 tonight were
.
val. Feb. 2 to 13, will perform to In danger of being washed into the this stretch of the trail due to motorists guests Mrs. P.Wednesday P. Dekle.J. night of Mr. and I out again. He haa | for by .lames llrnd-
striking cattle on the road estate of
tonsill tis.Quite
the tempo of music provided by.America's Gulf of Mexico waters as changed ,
J. Colson of New River spent Complain-
either during the at lot work
day or of
night.
greatest circus band the tidal currents sweeping against the GRAHAM a he seeks to
With the creation of the Wednesday here.R. at the church the fol
Bro .- new no- plished r
, Merle D. Evans' Rlngllng lower end of Treasure Island westof
E. Parrish In county
fence district the entire Tamiami! was shopping work and
Miss. Ellen Cor. other days
organization. Johnnon
Barnum and Bailey this city slowly wore away a :
Trail from the Pasco county line Lake Butler Wednesday. will be completed. nf UK,4 of
.
--- mile stretch of the shore line.
long
to Manatee county Is now free J. %I. Dukes, called on Mr. and : Hcctlnn 95
Perry-Charles Borklund, logger Action of the waves had been tCust and
frm this menace. Mrs. P. P. Dekle Tuesday. Mr. Fred Johnson of Lake Walesis NO'I'lll] 10 "" "' Election 80.
for the Brooks-Scanlon Corporation working for some time but heavy W S. Brannen and Fred An- ('III..II'I'OI"1 ; I "" : East; anJ. 1
killed bear In the hastened it. Owners visiting his parents for a while. :' of
a large winds today \ and R4
last Thursday. Borklund effort to halt the Plant City Strawberry for drews were attending to businessIn Miss Pearl Johjnson of Rising, Notion l Ie hereby l 1 "Section 3d
woods were making an ;
our section Wednesday creditors, lefratei-s' .. : ; : 3 Kust: and
fired at one of two bears which waves and tides by throwing up wardings out of here tonight cli- Oren and Marcus Dekle were at- spent the week-end here with her All persona havlna: ( '{ "" oro'.R.,
It. maxed the season's heaviest weekof parent the estate of WllllnmH whom said
were chasing hogs wounding bulkheads. Old timers along the .
deceased hir. .
tending to business In the Miller are by are as fol
The bear charged Borklund who Gulf believe that the filling in of berry production with a move- Miss Mattle Norman spent the present their cliilms <' Lucy
stopped it with two charges from Indian Pass 10 miles to the north ment of more than a quarter of a section Wednesday.Mr. week-end with her parents, at Van- cated/ ., to the honorable I ; ; : :: :h of hJ,
and Mrs. M. P Dekle were derbllt. ner, county judge of ; F.
,his gun. Another shot finished the a year ago, caused new currents million pints which brought the guests of the Misses Blume Tues- ty, Florida, for hi':* .a \, II ..' H. J.
Mr. L. C. Smith and Mr. from date, .
bruin. the shore. week's total movement from this Billy one year of each of
along
day evening. notion will t.. held In tn be Dela
McEver were business visitors to
point to more than three-quarters .
and all persons Indebted> .Iaw.r., and
Klrke and Julian Dekle attended -
Miami Beach The 1932 bath of a million pints. Sixteen solid Waldo Tuesday. fate are roiesteil. to I be 4H5 Dela
Miami-Plans for the establish- the play at Lake Butler Tues debts forthwith to the That. com-
There will be services at the
ment of a sports colony in a 500- ing suit is scant tosay the least cars, 12 express refrigerator and administrator.Thin .
the Everglades but Miami Beach officials! would four freight, rolled from here tonight day evening. Baptist church here next Sunday 81 h day of .' 1 theereelh
tract of land in -
OOO-acre
George Faircloth spent Thursday J. A. defendant
at 11 o'clock
west of Miami have been not be surprised if it gets scantier.So augmented by 61 pony refrigerators here with morning by Rev. Tay- 1-8-91-3-4 to be un
combining pleasure lor of The is In- .
of berries. Today's Hampton. public .. to R'"
in
Val C.
a
Headquarters Mayor Cleary
'announced by A. R. Martine. says
business ..
of the
vited. ,,,
,
'ro
of the colony will be at letter to Edward II. McGraham movement totalled, 260,720 pints NO'1'l/'LO'P. made dill.
and '
Mr. and Mrs. T. D. Proctor Miss Leola of Brooker ( : '
for which received Fogg a. more .*'
the town of Pinecrest, 50 miles St. Petersburg Municipal Spa growers approxImately children Earle and Iva were .. nf F. M.
I '
$20,205 on the basis of a spent the week-end here with her Nolle IH horoliy .. I
west of Miami near Tamiaml manager. Miami Beach city officials .. 13. J. Mar
1 guests of Mr. and Mrs P. P. Dekle creditors, .Ideal "", ,
Trail. Log cabins will be erectedfor the mayor wrote, favor bath- seven and three-quarters cent average parents. all persons havlngr c' du. so. that
afternoon. .
per pints on the yard. The Thursday Don't forget the Sunday school the .Nlnle( t.t J. W. RISING. defendant
hunters and fishermen he said. Ing suits that will permit the wearers Oren P. Dekle was shopping In c..aM.'d. lire hereby ....' .. d find' "..Un.
afternoon at the
Miller auction tonight had its biggest every Sunday l, '' to he In
Mr. Martlne'a hunting lodge, Monte to get full benefit, of Miami's Lake went their claims lo "" &''
Butler Thursday Christian church beginning at 3:30: aa tenant, ;
Police are not kicking quota of the season, nine cars 45 miles west of Miami was sun rays. ". are
Carlo '
Mr. and Mrs. M P. Dekle were Ilrailforil County" -
the block four of o'clock ; : : : .
going which
destroyed by fire several days ago. about the new brassiere and trunk on approval within n :: ; one years of
guests of the Misses Blume Sun -_. -_- \ .. person In
loaded at this -
thin nonce
style suits with sun roofs in between were point. The heir"?. or .
liar thereto, and all "",,,, I : \ service of
: ;:
Tampa .Two persons were kill- but they have warned that Plant City cars brought 8 1-2 cents day.Mesdames tn pail estate urn "' : would html
P. P. Dekle and M. P. .
the pint. One Lakeland car brought their said debts fort ( I of them,
ed last night when their automo- wearers must not drop shoulder Dekle spent Monday In- Lake Butler GREENWOOD deislvned AdrullllHtrM l "... therein
8 cents a Dover car 8 cents two
wear suits other than In "" residence;
bile crashed into the rear of a fruit straps or guests of relatives. Thin 8th tiny nf ""

truck near Plant City, 18 miles the manner Intended by the manu Zolfo Green car Springs 7-12 cents and one each.Bowling Rev. S. S. Proctor and nephew, Knimaljne; Prliigto' Cor 1913 J W. ,: \ 'In Dttluwaro
.
facturers. east of here. They were Charles 8-91-3-1
Mr. Gordon Christie, celebrate E. Reed, Jr., 36 of Bartow and Miss their joint birthdays Sunday witha !: : ,, und\ Murethtt
Christobel 21 of Winter Tallahassee--Joe Castro 30, an Mr. C. A Pringle was visitingMr. of them, li..
Stoner
Sarasota Work of repairing big dinner at the home of Rev. rvorun 10 ., -"' file
electrician formerly of Cleveland to
and Mrs J. W. Saunders at
Haven. Mike Deeb Tallahasseefruit .
Rlngling Bridge to allow Its unre- Proctor in Lake Butler. Among Court their
Ohio was shot and killed and A.
dealer was the driver of the stricted use will get under way not Lambert, federal E. those present were Mr. and Mrs. Penney Farms Friday. Tn circuit' Court .. I ;) : : : :"nun" hr"
prohibition agent, Mrs. Lesslie was visiting her
truck. He said the lights on his later than Tuesday or Wednesdayof T. D. Proctor and dldfll ('In'nit III and I In February
son daughter,
was shot three times and seriously parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. II. Futch County, Slate 0',1.1"1<1. first
the
machine were burning when the I
the coming week, with the nec-
Earle and
Iva. Mr. and Mrs. P. ceryThe .
wounded late today, when two federal I recently. .. tn file
into It. The Federal" Lund .
automobile crashed
funds available accordingto
essary P. Dekle and three Oren written de
agents surprised two sons Mr. C. A. J. Rosier bia, a oopol'ILllnn.l
Prlngle Q. .
and Misstoner's
roadster fire council I at 'omplnlnt
caught city officials. The city moon-I Klrke and Julian '
Mrs. A. E. Proc-
shiners at work at a I and J. IS.! Rosier were transacting ,. pie.Tlhed
body was burned beyond will meet In a special session Mon- tor of Lake Butler Mr. and Mrs. vs not or de-
near the Leon-Jefferson ; ,
county business' In Gnlnenvllle Thursday.Mrs. O. W. Harry and Matt .
before It could be removed be entered
recognltin day night to receive bids from con
I Fuller Mrs. Bessie
Grainger Mr. wife, et al.
line. Lambert and R. H. Courson, Nathan Starling was visiting nf them who
: .. Reed was killed Instantly. tractors who are seeking the job. Fate Christie'and Mr. Gordon .
prohibition agents conected with, her sister, Mrs. A. B. Rosier It appearing by : that this or
The specifications were handed to the federal bureau here came Christie of Doctor's Inlet. Me Thursday. pendud to the bill filed each week.
upon
Ocala-A car load of hogs mov- them several days ago. John damea Fuller and Grainger are state cause that the ,.." weeks the
and
Castro another
white" man Miss Emmalyne PrIngle was visIting Ilraun and F" B. 11 oil son .
ed today from the local stockyardsover Rlngling Sarasota circus magnate, working the still In wooded nieces and the Christie brothers are defendant therein ,. ,Ivauest In
a sec- Mrs. Gladys Pringle Tuesday Telcirrnpn n
the Atlantic Coast Line railroad who built the bridge which gives tion. Castro was killed and Lam- nephews of Rev. Proctor The afternoon. and known, "'. n"d H. lloflsnn thnt "' are.. ,. ,." : : :. ; In "RI la

according to Sam :Martin access to the Island bearing his bert was wounded with three pistol numerous gifts and messages of Mrs C. A. Pringle and children of twenty-one yenm., It. I : :: :' i .:..next y, A.prior I>:
and Saint Armand's Is ordered that said' "" "
name Key.
:manager. The prices paid ranged bullets during an exchange of love attested the esteem of their .. .
-- they are hereby / .
slightly higher than last week it to advance S4500 of the estimated gunfire. Castro's companion escaped donors. A birthday cake sent by to the hill of complaint' .. 1, ., ..FlurI. A.

was said. The sales are being con- 110,000-necessary for the work, according and Coumon brought Lam- his granddaughters: Mrs. Harry W. 'slice of note same and being for .
Ore
ducted at the Martin & Taylor to city officials. Sarasota bert to a hospital here where theagent's Davis of Shannon Ga., was given Can't Find WordsTo relief, fin or licifnre 1'1<> >r I1M"N.Court.
Stockyards, each Thursday. The county will pay an additional $3000 the place of honor on the table day of February\ A. l). \ (
I wounds were said to be serious wise the alienations:. : of .. { : i
tonnage of meat being cured in the I with the city of Sarasota furnish. but not expected to cause Express Her h. taken. an confessed / .,...".,, Fla.
cold storage plants here is said to 'ing the remainder, approximately death. IMMReport ; < s'I'.1T141IE\'r fondant.
ordered
It IN further
be greater than it has been In sometime $2500. I, of -the condition nf the Thanks She SaysFrom der .be published ..nc'"
,, occasioned by the low pricesfor Hunk of Htitrke, In the state of Flor four consei'ttve. w""ks
I ida at the lose. of bn.lnesa, Jtoceinber ford i IIf .h'lrn; Telt'Kraph' ; !: : :
live hogs.Palatka Daytona Beach A castaway of aut 1931. said ,.; ; :;: ..
the sea was recovering from ex ZIFF I It..u..... Suffering and Despair to Thlx 30th ds>' of .,..
..olln.. and iMsvtiuntH. : $179,72201 Health and Happiness. 1511.
Sheriff R. J. Wells of haustion and other sufferings at Overdrafts _._.._ 71.41 <1. ,V. A',
.Alachua county,. charged with possession the Halifax District Hospital today Li.!. Mss ......1... Cor. United Slate* Bonds? ___ J.ISBO.UKCnitnty Think of a (Hnal I 14.) U JOHN, Clerk <' .
and Municipal
I
of a doe Is free,.temporarily after having been found lying semiconscious HondM 91,50000 medicine that Is Attorney for Plaintiff :

at least, to go about the discharge on the beach last night Mr. Pervls Lewis of Jacksonville, ", ,,,'urltlon. 4epneited'withstar. so strengtheningand r.r- '

of the duties of his office. by a party of school picnickers. The 'spent several days of this week treasurer Heserve. for fund stockholders 4,00000 Invigoratingthat 4 g

Two warrants, one following quickly castaway a youth who today told here with his parents Mr. and Mrs. Flunkinghouse, furniture it seems to r -

upon the other were dismissed hospital authorities his name name J. W. Lewis. Other and real fixtures. estate_ own11,019,40- ----__ UOO.oo pick you right up

'by Judge John P. Baker yesterday. was Eugene Dressier, said he had Mr. Howard of Lake Butler Claims and other. resources and put back ,

The first, defense council argued, escaped In a small boat from a 35- passed through our section on busi- I Cash on hand- ,and...due?-._._. a.900.00 on your feet you from

was faulty and the court upheld foot launch that caught fire off the ness one day of last week. I from bank. .- ----- 40,7411110Tternn the first few

r the contention. The second thesheriffs coast and that he did not remember Mr. Malcolm Hunter of Hague i out for stamp collection.no. 196.00Pneumentary 20.00 doses! Such a

lawyer said was without how he got ashore. Besides wan In our section Sunday after Tax. certificate and medicine is Sar- f
the Jurisdiction of Judge Baker because suffering from exhaustion and receipts _____ tII91,02 ,
Profit and lose _. 87.41 gon. Mrs. K. MeMrs.K.McL
noon.Mr. a.-- thou-
the Judge had been appointedto shock according to Dr. Raymond and Mrs. R. B. Thomas and Lendon, 05 N. W. t one
Total _______. _____ I 1 for u.
hear the charge carried In the Howe the youth Is a victim of daughter, :Miss Hazel and Mr. and n Liabilities J35Z.796.1I1 33rd st, Miami says: "1 can't find t : Entries

original warrant. heart trouble also was Incompletely Mrs. J. B. Thomas all spent Sun- Capital Stock paid In .._.$ IS.000.00 words to express my gratitude. t figure or
convalescent from an appendicitis afternoon at Graham l Surplus Fund ._- 29,000.00
day with Mr. Undivided profits ::::: 20562Htock : Sargon has transformed me from kill and in
PeDllacolaThe USS Constitution operation and after being rescued and Mrs. F W, Reynolds.Mr. holders Statutory suffering and despair to health and wood and
I has been a big attraction ate than liability reserve fund __ 3,00000 Jackknife.
more was good for and Mrs. H. E. Thomas and
and I've
happiness, more strength, .
Deposits ______ 21)0,690 <
I for the week-end at Pensacola. him. sons and Miss Rhoda Thomas of Notes and bill. rediscount- energy and enthusiasm than I've t; .. .. ," Aside from the thousands of local .d------------------- .. .
Jacksonville, spent last Sunday I 45,00000 known In years. I suffered misery I I $ioe

r viUtors, large delegations came Tamp-One of the most serious here with their parents Mr. and Total .____ _____ __.__ .3112,1U.1I with stomach trouble, and my I .... 171
..
Quickly J50
from a wide of the South. '
area to
menaces motorists traveling on Mrs. J. B. Thomas. I
ford. heart would palpitate so wildly ..
i StS
r The school children were far in the the Tamiami Trail south of here Mr. Pervls Lewis Mr. and Mrs. I, H :J. Davis, cashier of the thought I had serious heart trouble.I Muddy

\P majority point of real Interest, the range cows that made day or J. W. Lewis and children were attending above-named flank du solemnly took all kinds of medicines and I ;! : .S10 I loco emu ipeuiJ red
, and Commander Gulliver saw to It driving hazardous has been eliminated to business in Starke Fri- swear that the above statement Is and Dull ordinary all winner' ct
true to the best of my knowledge treatments without benefits, a*blemishes and ... honunbte
, that. the younger generation were since January 1, when a new day afternoon. and belief and that It .. In response lost hope of every being well. Ihaven.t forgotten under the ."pnw will. b.
accorded the most careful no-fence to olYlclal notice to report by theoomptroll..r are :
courtesy law went into effect. in *
ache in
an or pain
of the state of Florida. my bewitching beauty
and attention. Sailing orders are the territory between the Alaflariver Winter Haven Construction I H. J. DAVIS, Ca.hter. body. My bowels have been regulated dered. Beneficial in : : toot an (In the.
.
that CORHECT ATTFHTK. : c : now oa SIMI
towed mine- -
the. the
ship by .and the Manatee county line. of exhibition hall of Fourth An- 8. MATTHEWS, perfectly by Sargon Pills. I'm tan, flabbiness freckles conault on at

sweeper Grebe leave Pensacola County highway patrolmen riding nual Florida Orange Festival, to be I A. M. D"Jt8X. like a new woman.. Cases like GOURAUD : la bo. cquJ.r
Bay at 5:30 o'clock Monday JOHN vuLOrJr
morning that section of the trail reported held here January 26-30 underway. Director this, and there are thousands of

with Mobil aa the next stop today that for the last week practically 4 Subscribed and sworn to before them explain why Sargon la called
on the extensive It la m. this Utb day of January. 1131.
Itenerary. no roaming catUe bad been Palmetto Seaboard Air Line B M. MenAIJ.N "the medicine with a million
expected that the ship will reach seen along the road. The new law called all men here who have been otar, Public.. friends." Bold by Canova Pharmacy CREAM

Mobil Bay In the early afternoon. which has passed the scrutiny of j laid off back to work. ,IU6.My commission' expires Dec. 14, Starke. ', w.._ Flee e.d lajebM .ILL.







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1. i a PAlrtS FOUR BRADFORD COUNTY TELXGRAFR.: 8TARKK' FLORIDA FRIDAY
1 JANUARY 1ft..-, ..
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f' Washington StampsCommemorating ing by John Trumbull in 1792, now Kissimmee were visiting their sister Mr. and Mrs Frank --=

'f The in Yale University.Seven Mrs. Schellle Rosier Wednes- visitors to the state farm Crews were

'r Cent--The stamp Is printed BOOTSEY'S BEACH day of last week. Mrs. R. S. Rosier spent Sunday

200th AnniversaryNew In black Ink with white edge Mr. and Mrs. Everett Futch and Tuesday of last Monday
5ocietvA1t (L. Oaaklos, Cor.) week in Madison
: .dj and gray paneled border on the spent Sunday with her parents, the guest of relatives -
: Postage Placed On Sale At sides and top. In the center of the Mr. and Mrs. Kite near Lawtey.Mrs. Mrs. Quincy Masters of Okahum

Locul PoMtoiTlce January :2 stamp ia a large oval with light Mr. R. N. Crawford spent Sun- J. T. Raines of Madison, pkha and Mrs. Walter Moore

t background and white border day at Lawtey, the guest of Mr. spent Tuesday night of last week two children of Jacksonville, and
Were
llr ; P. T A. TO MKKT The regular order of business Postmaster Young has announced which contains/ a likeness of Wash- E. J. Roberts. here with her grand-daughter, Mrs. visiting their sister, Mrs. J. E R08.

--- was followed, the committee chair- that a new aterlcs of stampsand ington in a colonial uniform show- Miss Geneva Starling of Green- Schellia Rosier. Ier Sunday before last.

= The Parent-Teachers' Assocla men making reports. Chairman stamped envelopes, commemo-- Ing the head and bust reproduced wood, spent Sunday here the guest I -- --- -- - -
rating the 200th anniversary of the from a full length portrait paintedby of Miss Frankie Lou Murrhee. .
I, tion will meet next Wednesday afternoon of beautification, Mrs. J. L. Frazee,
birth of George Washington, have John Trumbull In 1780, the orig- Louiebelle and Ruth
EJ. at 3 o'clock in the high gave an unusually splendid report Starling
been prepared by the postal depart inal of which Is now in the Metropolitan < Murrhee the guests '
school auditorium. A prize will be and announced that the "Alvarez spent Sunday ,
J.t ?. given the grade contributing the Memorial Fountain" was now ment and are now on sale at the Museum of Art. of Martha Crawford. I at rr --
_
be for dedica- local office. Eight Cent-The stamp Is of Miss Juanita Rosier of Ever-
most money for the Victrola to completed and ready
i. This new series, known as the olive green color and Is inclosed in and :
used In the school.METHODIST tion. The president appointed Mrs. green spent Saturday night
r G. M. Jnman. Mrs. D. E. Knightand Bicentennial Stamps;; Is in twelve !a white line border. In a large up- Sunday here with her cousins,
t denominations from half-cent to right oval In the center of the
hy W. M. 8. Mrs. W. E. Mlddleton! as a committee a Misses Geneva and Bertice Gas-I
TO MEET to make arrangements for ten-cent stamps inclusive; each stamp la!! a profile bust portrait of klni. I V
;. the dedication. bearing a separate likeness of of Washington facing to the left, Mr. W. C. Chesser"and Cecil

The W. M. S. of the Methodist Mis. J. L. Gray of Lake City Washington modeled from the reproduced from a crayon drawing Crawford were transacting busi-
works of noted artists.( The made from life by Charles B. J. F
d en-
.
in Jacksonville
Church will hold their regular business vice-president of section IV, was ness Thursday.Mr.
; and program( meeting Mon present/ and gave a short but inspiring velopes bearing the embossed St. Memln at Philadelphia in 1798. Jack and Marshall' Pringle

day afternoon at 3 o'clock at the talk on "What Is Expected stamps are of distinctive design.All Nine Cent-The stamp is printedin of Maxvllle, were business visitors PRESTIGE
Fr &ay church. of Club Women." will be kept on sale throughout pink with a white-line bolder. here Friday afternoon. ;
1932. At the center in a large panel rec-
11 Mrs. O. L. Haynes, chulrman of Mr. W. C. Chesser made a busi- I
: : LADIES AUXILIARY MEETS education, had charge of the pro- The new stamps are describedas tangular in shape below, oval and ness trip to Jacksonville Saturday.Mr. .
f : ? gram and secured Dean Tolbert ofthe follows: slightly widened in the upper por- and Mrs. T. B. Thompson,
tion, Is the likeness of
:' The Ladles Auxiliary met at the University of Florida as speaker. One-half cent-The stamp is Washington Mr. M. L. Thompson and Mr. and that -
Dean Tolbert gave a splendid dark brown In color and has a flat modeled, from a pastel portraitIn Mrs. Sebe Harris were visitors to
k Tuesday address on "Some Phases of Edu paneled border with darker: inter-I the possession! of the Masonls Union county last Friday.

i q The president, Mrs. II. H. Young cation." ior over which Is laid a circular Lodge of Alexandria, Va., for whomIt Mr. J. H. Kirkland of Campvllle : /A ,

was in charge of the program, and The following program was enjoyed panel in which appears the likeness was drawn from life by W. Williams Is spending some time here with

r Mrs. Isabel Brownlee the devot- : of Washington taken from a minia- in 1794. his daughter, Mrs.. Bertie Chesser.Mr. Costs

ional. Two new member were added Instrumental solos, (a) "Solilo ture painted by Charles Wilson Ten Cent-The stamp is orangeIn Jack and Marshall Pringle I I j
color. In the center of the
to the roll, Mrs. M. D. Williams quy" (Rube Bloom); (b) "L/Aval Peale, the original of which Is in stampIs of Maxville, were visiting Mr. W. Q
1 f. and Mrs. M. W. Morrow, At the anche" (Heller)-Miss Patsy Brin- the Metropolitan Museum of Art. a large oval with white edge and C. Chesser Sunday morning.Mrs. ,

close of the evening the hostess The central design Is bordered by dark ground inclosing the portraitof R. N. Crawford and son,

1 1a i served a salad course to those pres- son.Readings, (a) "Being Brave at white inner and outer lines formIng Washington taken from a paint- Cecil, and Mr. J. L. Gasklnn, were Nothmg fl
a ; a narrow circular within Ing by Gilbert Stuart in 1795, / !k, I
exi Night"; (b) "Lesson in Economy"J. panel, business visitors to Starke Satur-
ent.The February meeting will be ( M. Foley)-Miss Marjorie which, across the top, is the known as the Vaughan portraitand day morning.Mr. .

: held at the home of Mrs. T. S. WIl- Stump.A legend "United States Postage" in owned by S. P. Avery. Troy Norman of Heilbronn e, ; I
white-faced Roman the remainder These stamps can be seen In a ,
Hams. delicious fruit salad course was a visitor here Sunday after-
.
frame over the stamp window, durIng
with hot tea was served by the being filled In with laurel leaves. noon. .
i prha CIRCLE NO. S MEETS hostesses, Mrs. N. D. Wainwright, The circular panel Is overlaid and the. day, at the local poatofflce Mr. Lacy Norman of Highland ,

Mrs. S. L. Peek, Mrs. D. P. Car- supported at the ,base by a surved_ was visiting Mr. L. M. Murrhee Successful people l the
Circle No. 3 met at the home of I penter, Mrs. J. W. Morgan, Mrs. white ribbon containing me dates Sunday afternoon. world
judged by
r, Mrs. C. A. Knight Monday afternoon : George Kruse, Mrs. G. P. Raymondand 1732 at the left and 1932 at the Mr. M. L. Thompson Miss over, are

I, with eleven members pres Mrs. O. L. Haynes. right, with the word Washington LA JVTEY Mamie Thompson and Ned Prevatt their banking connec-

ent. Devotional was led by Mrs. underneath across the center of the Mrs. E. E. Burney, cor. attended the dance given at the J
sthin S. L. Silcox, followed with prayer CIRCLE NO. ONE OF BAPTIST ribbon. In each lower corner within home of Mr. 1;;. Crews Saturday tions., When you ask for

by Mrs. Darby. Business meet- {V, M. S. MEETS a white-edged circular panel is night. n_ credit, apply for a position G
ing was held and members appointed the tractional numeral 1-2 in white C. B. Gore. Dies at Home( of Ills Mr. C. E. Crawford and Robert ., Oil

to attend the W. M. U. rally at Circle No. One of the Baptist W. Roman on a dark background. The DaughterMr. Crawford were visitors to Lawtey or negotiate busi-
C. B. Gore died at the home a
Lawtey Saturday morning. After M. S. met at the home of Mrs. W circles are connected by a horizontal Sunday.Mr. ness transactions
zen an hour spent in sewing the hostess n. Andrews Monday afternoon at panel containing the word cent of his daughter, Mrs. J. A. Howe R. N. Crawford and J. L. a ref,9

served delicious refreshmentsto 1:30: o'clock. in white Roman letters. Monday Ie'was a resident at Gaskins were transacting businessin erence from your bank

the following] ladies: MesdamesJ. Roses and narcissi were prettily' One Cent-This stamp Is printedin our town"for many years and had Starke Monday morning.Mr. .

H. Lord A. M. Darby, S. L. arranged in the living room, where green. In the center, slightly j i many friends.. He was 84 years ot and Mrs. Lacy Norman of means something.

Peek, B. Johns, Ray Newsom, S. L. the guests ,spent a pleasant after overlapping the side columns, Is a I{age.Rev.The Klckliter funeral: of was Stark conducted and Highland, have moved here and
by ) *
Silcox, James Shepard, W. L. Wall], large oval with dark backgroundand we welcome them to our thriving
noon.Mrs. was attended by a number of rela-
G. P. Raymond and Mrs. Bumgarner. R. A. Thomas led the devotional white-line border containing a community and wish them much It's mark of distinc-
a
tives and frlenda. He leaves to
Meeting adjourned to con- which was followed by i reproduction of the profile bust of success.
froJ vene with Mrs. Shepard In Feb- the regular business session. A I Washington by Jean Antoine Hou- mourn his loss, three daughters, Mr. G. W. Roberts and MarshalJ. tion to have a checking
r ; Mrs. J. A. Howe of Lawtey and
t ruary. number decided to attend the don made in 1785 and now In B. Rowe of Lawtey were visitors
Mrs. Strickland of Clay county, account at the leading financial -
here afternoon.
quarterly[ meeting of the W. M. U. Mount Vernon. Sunday
CIRCLE NO. TWO MEETS and Mrs. Roberts of Archer. Alsoa Bernard and J. E. Rosier
of Evergreen
I Rally at Lawtey. Mrs. Goodman One and one-half cent.-Stamp and institution of
number of
n Cil N reported the quilt was ready to be Is light brown in color. In the grandchildren were visiting Robert and
Circle No. Two, Baptist W. M. quilted. It will then be sent to the space under the arch in the central other relatives. The many friends A. J. Crawford Sunday afternoon. your community.Your .
f' U. met at the home of Mra. E. W. children's home in Arcadlu. of the bereaved family extend to Mr. C. E. Crawford was visiting
part of the stamp ia a likeness of
>' Hayes, Monday afternoon,January At the close of the business and Washington modeled from them their greatest sympathy. Mr. Quincy Rosier at Evergreen
a paint- Mrs. R. R. Thede went to Starke
' ist 11th. The devotional service was social hour, the hostess assisted by ing known as the Virginia Colonel Monday morning.
5 r led by Mrs. F. F. Flume, with'the Mrs, G. H. Bennett and Mrs. J. M. made a Mount Vernon in 1772 Friday to bring Mrs. Catherine e name on one of our
i by Teare home from Mrs. Gill's hos-
Lord's\ Prayer; being repeated by Brownlee served apple pie with Charles Wilson Peale, the.originalof pital where she) has been a patient checks gives you pres-

t 't L_ all.A Whipped cream and coffee. which is now In Washington and EVERGREEN
since Mrs.,Teare ,
Christmas day. tige and costs noth-
was .
to :, I discussion held as to who Those present were Mrs. J. M. Lee you
: ':. University.Two and Mrs.,,A. A.. Smith were Injured .... .
would be able to attend the Mis- Brownlee Mrs. lira. V. A. Ro Cor.Mr.
Q. H. Bennett, Mrs. AI
Cent--The Is ing.
stamp printedin
; th when the ca<; In which they were
to be held at the ll
sionary Rally
W. J. Epperson, Mrs. S. G. Lewis, red and Is Inclosed In a narrow turned
Y. ;. riding over as they were
: Lawtey Baptist church on Saturday Mrs. J. II. Pitts, Mrs. P. M. Barefoot ,
white line border with small orna- going to Gainesville. Mrs Smith and Mrs. B. E. 'Walker and
I ,,e January 16th.. Also plans Mrs. G. D. Goodman, Mrs.
ments resembling fleur-de-les in children, of Alachua, spent the
la still in the, hospital.Mrs.
,\ were made for an all day meeting Alice" Langford, Mrs. E. C. Priest The BANK of STARKEAN
Oil each upper corner. The ends of the Enoch Grlffts and son, A. week-end here with Mr. and Mrs
to be held at the home of Mrs. G. -
Mrs. I. Brown
F. Mrs. W. G.
R.
S. Rosier.
panel are supported by acanthus
A. Griffls Sunday in Bun-
spent
W Alderman on Tuesday, January19th. Stringfellow, Mrs. O. P. Dyal, Mrs. scrolls rising from upright ovals: nell, where they went to carry Mrs. J. E. and J. Q. Rosier were visi- HONOR ROLL BANK
7 7i 7y J. B. Sapp, Mrs. Meedle, Mrs. R. A. In
.J each lower corner. In the cen- Emily Dickerson home, who has tors to Gainesville Wednesday cf .
i \I After the business session a. social Thomas, Mrs. Minnie Foland and ter of the stamp with a dark back- been their guest for several weeks.A last week. E. S. Matthews Pres. R. J. Davis, Cashier
hour
was held I during which Miss Carey of New York.
I ground is the likeness of Washington number of Lawtey people at- Mrs. W. L. Armstrong and
,
the members in
vet I were engaged sewIng by Gilbert Stuart from a paint- tended the funeral of the late Sen- daughter of Dover, Mrs. A. A.
ster'. I, and chatting. MEETING OF HAMPTON 4-II Ing made at Germantown, Pa., In Thompson and J. H. Reynolds of
ator Johns Starke
I r,', The hostess served Ice cream, CLUB 1796, known as the Atheneum por- ., and Mrs.at G. Norton Saturday.Mr. and lit- __ __ ._ ________ _.___ ___ ___ __.____ _.___n____ ___ __ _.__ ______________.

:ti.i' cake to the following members: i trait, the original of which Is now tle son, are spending a few days in
Mrs. G. W. Alderman .
Mrs. E. M. Meeting of the Hampton 4-H b the Boston Museum of Fine Arts. friends.: e
"Cof Thomas. Mrs. Nat Williams, Mrs. ,Club January was called to order Tampa visiting
Three Cents
-The stamp Is printed -

Ii' W.Mrs.II.Louise Perkins Kalir, Mrs., Mrs.F. O.F.J.Flume.Griffin by Minutes president of previous at the school meeting house.was a white-line in purple border.ink and In Is the inclosed central in R.Lee Dr.Carradine were and visiting Mrs.here Carradlne Mr.Tuesday and and Mrs.after-son F., SPECIALS, FRIDAY & SATURDAY, JAN. 15 & 16

Mrs. N. G. Adams
and Mrs cad and approved. At rail call part> Is the llknesa of WashingtonIn

il Julia Williams. all were present and reported. the uniform of a general with noon.Mr.. E. E. Edwards has returned 1

th' 4 t! Eugene BIrt and George Morganwere cocked hat reproduced from a portrait home after tvisltlng relatives in
TOP
WOMAN'S TIP
CLUB
OF STAKKK voted into this
{ ; doi X Xt HOLDS MEETINGThe \ club. Mr. Dyer by Charles Wilson Peale Trenton.., GroceryLOCATION
.
made motion to appoint a com-
painted at Valley Forge In 1777. Mr. Alex McCormick of Gaines-
mittee of three to arrange a pro- The original portrait is now in the
t : Jan'i cy meeting of I'::; ;j; ;zi: izy: ". :s c:='- =; mating day. State Norman School at West ville, was visiting .friends and BETWEEN BANK AND POSTOFFICE '
relatives
Ir. Woman's Club, was held on Wed- The president appointed Herbert Chester Pa here'Sunday.Mra.
Silnar nesday afternoon, the 13th Tatum from DeLand spent Howell Nasworthy Owner and Operator
I in the 'Packham, L. G. Johns and Four Cent-The stamp is printed -
club auditorium with Mrs. N. WOOd-I the week-end here with her daughter -
D. row Hinson on the in warm brown and has a nar- e
Mrs. G. W. Roberts.
r. Wainwright, presiding. Dyer showed the club what i row rectangular border intended at Mrs., J. T. Moore was shippingIn WHERE\ ECONOMY RULES

r: ulred of a boy to win the trip toVashlngton. the sides and ends. Within a large Jacksonville Saturday.

oval Is the likeness of Washingtontaken .
"I I Mesdames W. C. Wooten and
lax 1
: A few songs were sung and the4H from a painting by Charles Enoch Grlffia in
OVER were visiting Pure Creamery Irish No. 1POTATOES LARD
lie r.. WORlfO club pledge was given. The Wilson Peale in 1777, now in the Starke ,
Saturday.
NERVES I meeting adjourned in ,regular or- possession of Mr. William Patten, 2 lb 15c '

der, to meet again at next regular Rhlnebeck. N. Y. Tampa-Citrus canning plant of BUTTER pail- -
meeting day. Five Cent-The in
stamp, printed ,
ces Wilson May Secretary blue, Is bordered by a beveled edge I Dixie Packing Co., East Broadway 10 lbs. 17c
u.. resumed operations for season Pound28c -
exi \; Menry Hlnnon, President. panel indented at the sides and I with 450 employes. Sib. pail 65c
ends. In the center of the stampIs
ed" ; .
: W MI18. G. C. LIVINGSTON OF' a large dark shield with white Hlbble to
L. BoxMacarom
Fort Myers-- C. construct JOc
TAMPA WINS LOVING CUP line border containing the likeness filling station at corner An- No. 2 can Teenie Whole' Grain

of Washington from a painting by and Fowler street. Weenie
61po derson for 5cWe
y '. "i An old-fashioned tavern deco- Charles Wilson Peale made in 1795: avenge Rice SIb s. 19 c
grit.' I, now ----TTz666 -h. '
rated for the Yuletide holidays, and 4n possession of the New Peas------17c ,

o with a lighted Christmas tree and York Historical Society.
f : a silver star above the tavern en- Six: Cent-The stamp is printedIn Box 2t PoundsPilisbury'c

trance, won for Mrs..G. C. Livingston orange color. The stamp Is In-
8'i 2611 Prospect road, a silver closed by a rectangular panel with 1II\ITln TAIIIHT. sini-J Black Pepper 5c
i HBO Liquid .r Tablet u -.l Intvrnatlrnil Flour
;
: loving cup as a special prize in the white edge forming a frame for AIM salve ex/.rally"" make a BuckWheat -__ 15c - 59c
the central design: complete ..d effective treatment for
on : Tampa junior chamber of commerce' representing Pancake 2 for 25c
(Cold ----
b thetat 't Brighten Up Tampa con- Washington in the uniform of a We Can
Most Remedies Known Sc Size
i'. test, which closed Dec. 31st. general reproduced from a paint- Speedy

'\" UP TO your ear In work.- Mrs. Livingston's display attracted .. -.-- Grits Meal TOMATOES2for
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SALT
f (' every nerve at high tension. the attention of hundredsof or

,. No wonder yon snap at the wife motorists and others and caused
"), and bark at the children. much comment during the contest. 10 lbs. 19c f 15c 3 f for
on Watch out! Overworked It was outstanding for its artistic lOc l
nerves lead to
may Sleeplessness MODERN DRY CLEANINGModern
y seal\ Nervous Headache Nervous decoration, expression of Christ 10c Milk Carnation
la; coftlJ Indigestion and a host of mas spirit and effective lighting. Pure Ground JOe Glass

?J ?i' [\ Why other don unpleasant t you try disturbances.Dr. Miles' CARD OF.THANKSWe cleansing machinery, and a corpsof Coffeelb.- 15c 3for25c f f for

a Effervescent Nervine Tablets skilled employees assures you the best Jelly 5c..

a8..," water Just makes one in a a pleasant half glass, spark of sincerely thank our friends in dry cleaning of the most delicate fab-

ofail> Imjf to over-taxed drink de'fghtfully'nerves. soothing for beautiful acts of floral kindness offerings and for duringthe the rics. Cheaply, yet thoroughly, we do your Best GradeBACON Pure Cane 30c JarsPeanut

Illness and death garments in a manner that assures once a
Dr. Miles' Nervine !to now of our be- .,
; eVIJ< made In two formIJqul and loved one. customer, always a customer. SUGAR5Ibs. Butter K
Effervescent Tablet. Both baTe Mrs. E. M. Johns and daughter,
mil? the sam soothing effect Gloria. "

1 $1.00!A!at jour drag store Mr, and Mrs. A. M. Pettit and PHONE 28 Pound9c - 25c 2for 25c

family.

we nx i Mr.Mrs.C.A.E.J...Johns.Williams STARKE DRY CLEANERS California Wisconsin We Sweet


cifw Avon Avolon Park-Theatre H.. R. Kistler from C.purchased E- The only dry cleaning plant in town Prunes, lb. 5c Cheese,.lb. 17c Soap, 3 bars -1 l Oc

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BRADFORD OOtJNTY TELEGRAPH.. STARKE, FLORIDA PAOE n\Tt

1 Y. JANUARY IS. 1933 .. n-_ _____. _'_ .__. ______ _.._ _..__ -__... _. ---- .- .-. -_ .- -- ._ ._ I
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e- -' -- TREE PLANTING ON ''Improt'emellils Shown (! 1


y _...-ARBOR DAY I, In Truck Crops Heilbronn Springs HAMPTON TfftiRESSAMr .,,f

The Florida school laws have --- (Thelnm. Rhoden Cor.) Mlra A** NlMm*, Can A. L. Sullivan! Cor.

Bits of designated the second Friday after ,Federal Report tor Stttta Reviews I I

the first Monday in January as Condition Varlouw Mrs. J. G. Lamoreaux of Tampa jq
I'lnn tin itS Miss Mary Reddish was the Mr. and Mrs. J. p Dickinson
fifteenth will ) !
1 Arbor Day. January Is the guest of her father, J. F.
be Florida's Arbor Day in 1932. guest of Miss Margaret Carmichael Johnson this week. visited Mrs. Dickinson'! brother
Nev Orlando Jan. 9. Aided cooler Mr. B. F Hall of Starke
local This year Arbor Day can servea by Saturday night. Mrs. M. F. Fnncher of Lakeland Monday. 'I i iIr.
two-fold It Is the bicentennial weather and general rains that Mr. and Mrs. R. U. Parmenterwas !\ and Mrs. C. Sullivan visited l
purpose; b s spending this week with her slater -
. of the birthof relieved a prolonged drouth, FlorIda the guest of Mr. and Mrs Mr. Sullivan's mother Mrs.
anniversary and mother. Mrs. J. F. John-
Concerning Our People, Business and George Washington. Wide circulation truck crops recently have Drew Bryant Sunday. son an I Jose'I'I
shown material Improvement. Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Crews were afternoon. '
and Town. to the
Progress of the County has been given Rev. McCauley filled his regular
] Such encouragement to farmerswas guests of Mr. and Mrs. R. U. Par- Mr. D. \V Moore wan
story aboutVashington's chopping appointment at the First Baptist
:
his Indicated in a monthly report menter Sunday afternoon tag business' : In Stitrke Tuesday. r
down a cherry tree In early
church here last
I ______...II..II...II....II,."II,.,,M==IIHi '.;JOOOIIcI: .;JO ;,11.;Jo= II::II<:':te Historians are unable to Issued today by the bureau of ag- Mr. Caluda Rowe and Mr. St. Sunday morningand Miss Pearl Jordan home clcmonrtr'tlon ''I
------------------ youth. evening.Joheph .
ooooo ricultural economics of the United Clair Harley of Lawtcy were the agent: was a business vis-
Col. and Mrs. D. E. hadas obtain facts covering this allegedIncident. Keene of Plant City but ,.
C. Manning for peanut Knight '
J. .
States of itor here
See department agriculturehere. guests of Miss Otiimae/ and Ednct Tuesday.Messrs.
Event Washington -
Starke Fla. It. their dinner guests Saturday, though formerly of Hampton, has many I
s-eed. Permenter Sunday afternoon. A. Sullivan and O. P. .,
Dr. and Mrs. J. E. Maines Judge may have felled a cherry tree friends here who were made sad
As result of favorable Nenl visited Mr and Mrs. J. P.
a more Mr. Clyde Morgan WIM the guestof
Hal Y. Maines of Lake Butler. in his early youth It will be replaced today when they learned by telegram -
Reed of Jacksonville
C.
C. of
conditions Summers of
Mr. times by the echo" weather harvesting Miss Gladys Parmenter Sunday Providence Sunday
many that he was killed In an
Sunday in Starke. winter is well under and ,
spent crops way. afternoon. Monday
in this
children in Bay county;
Mr. and Mrs. Milam and automobile wreck.
.Aubrey \
Yields on hardy vegetables are There was a large crowd that Messrs. T B. and James Trlest
Harriet of Ga. county each school will set out a Mrs. Emma English and son and
Col. and Mrs. D. E. Knight were daughter Atlanta turning out light, however while attended the dance given at the! were shopping: In Starke Saturday.Mm. .
cherry tree In honor of George all of Savannah, Ga., vis- r
visited Mr. and Mrs. C. A. daughter
visitors In Jacksonville Friday. Knight Information truck that develops best under home of Mr. Everett Crews Saturday Thos, Rrown and sons, Gor-
There-Is accurate
Washington. ted, Mrs. slater, Mrs.
while 11 to Miami. English's
Sunday, enrol
now at hand which warmer temperatures is yieldingmore night, unions who were Miss don and Emery: were visitors to
New Garden and Field Seeds arriving ---'-- than normal production. Margaret Carmichael Mlsa Mary Elsie Spnrkman this weck. Thercaan Saturday
Mrs. C. H. of I states that, later In his life when W. M. 13Irt and slater Miss Flor-
l-8tf McHugh Hastingsand
at White. Prices Right. Shipments of beans and straw- Reddish, MIAs Pencle Davis, Mr. Quite n few of the Thoressa
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Robertson Washington was busy managinga I' tie Belle Blrt of Alachua/ county '
berries are considerably ahead of Harris Nettles and Mr. Everett young people enjoyed a tennis
he
Mrs. A. S. Crews were of Jacksonville were guests of Mr. plantation at Mount Vernon were the guests of their aunt, Miss
Col. and the corre"'pondllperiod" last year. Burney. game at the home of Miss Thelma
and Mrs. W. G. Halle planted ornamental trees there tobeautify I Ada Nimmo last Sunday.
visitors in Jacksonville Wednes Tuesday. I the He also Temperatures' generally have Mrs. Eliza! Davis wa! the guest Rullivan Sunday afternoon.
grounds.
Prof. Futch nnd his assistants,
day. I been above normal the report of her son, W. D. Davis Saturday Rev. J. N. Hayman of Orange
Mrs. C. G. Arrendell of St. Augustine gave young tres to his friends. The Mrs. L. H. Futch, Mrs. A. Wilson
i
stated, and such crops as cabbage, night. Heights will fill his regular appointment -
I has been the of school children of today could com- mil.1 Mrs. Leo attended the
who Wiggins I
H. and Mrs. C. I guest '
Mrs. G. Lowry celery and lettuce need cooler Mr. Earl Parmenter was the nt the Baptist church "
s I N. Christy spent Thursday in Jack- Dr. and Mrs. O. L. Haynes left memorate Washington's bl-centen-better weather, which has been predictedfor guest of Miss<< Ruby Mons Saturday teachers' mooting at Stnike this here Saturday and Sunday Everybody :
In
Sunday for a visit in Palatka. tenial anniversary no week. I
I sonvUle.I tonight. night. Invited to attend all ser ,
fashion than to plant and mark Rev. Dixon of Jacksonville will
Potatoes are being planted under Mrs. Tom Moore and dlkUghtt'r.were vices. j
I H. L. Brownlee and little trees to his memory on Arbor Day preach at the Christian church
and Mrs. George A. Gardiner Mrs. MIHHPS Mildred
Judge favorable weather conditionsand the guests of Mr. J. J. Rlgdon; Phillip Doris :
i spent Sunday In Hastings daughter, Madge, and Mrs. M. C. this year. operations will be completedby Sunday. next Sunday morning and! evening.G. Brown and Juanita Clark represented '
The Florida Forest Service says: (,.
Stith and children motored to Wuclsworth, who has been
relatives. the Theresa Junior Club at OJ'
with
February 1. Mr. R. U. Parmenter was a bu.stness -
and the Harry Lee Baker state forester, Is located In tho Hicks residence on
Newberry Thursday spent
Increased carload shipments' of visitor to Jacksonville Mon- the "-11 club council In Starke
willing to distribute young trees to Church street has recent removed
Anna Mary Kelley of day. Saturday.
Mrs. cabbage and celery are anticipated,
Gainesville spent last week with school children for beautificationon but the movement of those crops day.Mr.. Freeman Rhoden and Miss to M. L. Watternon's residence Mr. and Mrs. Henry Crlbbs of
Mrs. Anderson Mr. and their school grounds. Parent In the eastern part of town.
Mrs. Juno Wall. George during January Is not expected to Ruby Mond's were quietly married Starke were visitors to Theressa
Mrs. Blackburn of Lawtcy and teachers associations should take I Mrs. Elmore Redd of Alachua j
equal 1031 loadings. Tuesday. They left Wedne day for Sunday.
the opportunity to beautify their the week-end with her
Mrs. W. J. attended ser- spent slater
and Mrs. Epperson
Mrs. N. D. Bumgarner and -
strawberries
advan- Beans peppers, Plant City. We all wish them hap S -
school grounds by taking Mrs. O.
vices at the CampofthePalmsSunday Haynen.
visitors in Gaines-
H. V. May were tomatoes will show increases in piness. |
afternoon. tage of the offer of the Florida Mr. Kitchen of Jacksonville, has REED MlNS UKfl.HIONOVKIl :
ville Wednesday. the carlot shipments in January, however Mr. Tommy GUI of Starke. was
will KOKSYTH
Forest Service. Not only recently purchased the barber shop VASfO
1. as compared with last year. the guest of Miss Beatrice Underhill -
Master Edward Brocti of Bridge- Friends of Mr. D. A. Montieth.a grounds be beautified by such ac- Broward and Palm Beach coun- Sunday afternoon.J. near the depot which formerly belonged -- 1 I
Luke's tion, but living, growing memorialswill to W. H. Griffin. He Is Gainesville, Jan. 12. "
Is his aunt patient in St. HospitalIn Jimmy
visiting
port. Conn., ties will furnish the winter bean C. Jones was business visitorat
Mrs. Juno Wall. Jacksonville, will regret to be set out to honor the Fatherof supply from an estimated 14,000 Jacksonville last week.A. remodeling the building, and making Reed the "FightingIrishman" won j

know that he is quiet 111. Our Country. repairs for an upto date, sanitary the decision over Vasco Forsyth of
acres nearly double that of last D. Andrews of Lake Butler
.
Dr. and Mrs. C. D. Whitaker of year. A yield of 100,bushels per was a business, visitor here Thurs- beauty parlor. Starke last night in the City Club's
farm were visitors In W. P. Randall of Merrill Johns Is spending a Tew weekly show. The bout went the
the state Mr. and Mrs. acre Is predicted\', compared with a day.'
weeks in Tampa the guest of his full ten rounds with Forsyth fightIng -
the ar- VANDERBILTCarrie bushels
Starke Thursday.Col. Jacksonville announce yield of 05 from 8000 acres .
R. Johns. Reed In effort to '
cousin a desperate
Jan. 10th. She
rival of a daughter last year. .
Dell Norman, Cor.
and Mrs. A. S. Crews and has been name Lucia Lyle. Due to extremely dry, hot weather S- win and the Jacksonville fighter .

Mrs. C. H. Nasworthy were In and insect damage the cabbage BOATDRAIN IllrthnMr. outboxlng Forsyth.
and Mrs. Lester Bailey, the of master .
Jacksonville Monday.Mr. Friends of Mrs. N. Sternberg, Mr. W. F. Burton of Dukes was crop is poor and the yield Is not It was case a
!Mr*. A, I.. lIalll"... Car Brooker, son, January 13th. boxer and a slugger. Reed was
who Is ill in the St. Vincent's hos- Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Norman expected to average more than six
visiting Mr. and Mrs. K. A. Sapp, New content to box It out and mixed In
N. D. Bumgarner -
and Mrs. will be
pital In Jacksonville, gladto Sunday night.Mr. tons per'acre from 5700 acres.

were guests Sunday of Mr. and know that she Is doing nicely. I and Mrs. a. M. Barber of The celery crop has been reported Mr. Cal Gllsson visited Mr. MarIon River, daughter January 13th. a few rounds himself, while for his Forsyth redeemed .

Mr A. J. Griffis. at 70 cent of normal and previous
!' Jacksonville attended the cane per a .
Gllsson Sunday.J. Brooksville Garnetts Reed desire .i
bout with a
purchased by Knowing
Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Jordan and grinding at Mr. and Mrs. J. C. field of 500 -crates an acre from M. Allen spent Saturday morning -
new ambulance. to at all times.
Avery Powell of the TimesUnion family returned to their home in Alverez' Friday night. 6500 acres has been estimated. at Leslie' Gllsson's. fight

editorial staff, was a visitor Oviedo Sunday after spending sev- Miss Mattie Norman who is There will not be as much.January Mrs. Delia Silcox visited at R. L.

to. Starke Sunday.Dr. eral days here with Mr. and Mrs.T. teaching school at Graham spent celery to move as originally ex- Leo's Sunday. "

J. Griffin and Mrs. N. T. Ritch. the week-end home with her parents pected, the report tated, and it Miss Pauline Prevatt visited f

and Mrs. O. L. Haynes and Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Norman. appears that February will be the Ruth Ella Priest Sunday. Phone STEAM PRESSING CO. Suits

family spent Sunday In St. Augus- Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Middletonand Misses Louise and Agnes Sapp, heavy shipment month. Mr. and Mrs. F R. Coleman visIted 52 J, Frank Thoman, Prop. Cleaned &

tlng with relatives. daughter- Marjorie- Sue, spent Messrs. Carl and G. Dukes attended The pepper crop Is reported in R. L. Lee's Monday. FELT HATS Cleaned and Mocked Reshaped \'

Saturday with his parents Dr. and the singing convention at Pa good condition, due to lack of front Clarence Wilkes visited Pauline

Mr. L. E. Dowling of Jackson- Mrs. W. E. Middleton. MarjorieSue latka Sunday.We and harvesting'Is well under way Prevatt Sunday. SUITS PKESSEI n 25c

ville, Is the guest of her daughter remained for a visit with her are sorry to hear that Mr. especially In Broward and Palm Alva Coleman spent Sunday nt SUITS CLEANED AND PRESSED __ ., 50c ;
Mrs. W. E. Middleton. grandparents. sick list now. Beach counties.'
EH Barnes Is on the Carl Andrews called on Green
We wish him a speedy recovery. An estimate'Vif" 21,000 acres of Newsom Sunday.

Mr. and Mrs. J.Preston. were Friends 'of''' Mt' :' A. A. Smith Misses Mattie Norman and Ra- Irish potatoes'htu) been made for Dorothy and Edna Gllsaon call

guests Sunday of Dr. andjtfrs. Max who was hurt In an automobile chel Silcox attended the teachers 1932 If farmers carry out their ed on Francis Griffls Sunday.

Irven In St. Augustine. cident Christmas day and has aC-J meeting Friday afternoon. present intention. This Is a lower Mrs. K. L. Griffis Is able to be

convalescing at the Gill Messrs. Frank and Russell Norman acreage than for' any year back as I up now. We are glad to hear It. F3C1AtEJan.

Capt. S. A. Bryan of Jacksonville will be glad to know that she Misses Jennie Maude Crosbyand far as 1028.Continued. Mr. and Mrs. F. R. Coleman

spent the week-end with Mr. ablo to return to her home In Law- Muriel Silcox were visiting warm weather has Increased called on Mrs. G. W Harrell Mon-

and Mrs. Arthur Williams.Mr. tey Wednesday. Miss Mattie Norman in Graham the movement of straw day.

ftMrs. Sunday evening.All berries, breaking all records for

Richard P. Bentley and Mr. Jas. M. Carrson of Miami the Wateroak B. Y. P. U. early shipment, the report stated.

Frank Wright of Jacksonville were state general of Democratic wom- members attended the B. Y. P. U. Drouth conditions earlier In the 15th SPECIALS Jane 16th

business visitor in Starke Tuesday.Mr. en of Florida has appointed Mrs.L. federation Sunday afternoon at season, however, curtailed the I GENT A WORD .

A. Davis to act as colonel of Corinth.Mr. I acreage both In the Plant City-

and Mrs. J. E. Wilson returned Bradford county Democratic wom- and Mrs. Felix Sapp spent a Lakeland area and In Bradford "

Tuesday from Jacksonville en. Mrs. Davis is busy appointingher few days of last week In Plymouthwith county and the total shipments are COLUMNFOR

where they had spent several days. majors and captains and hopesto Mr. and Mrs. Claris Hutch- not expected to reach those of last Wesson Oil CRISCO

have the organization completedin inson. year. There are 7000 acres of berries
and Mrs. Claris Hutchinson, in the state and the yield Is SALE--,Barred Rock fryers
Mrs. O. L. Beasley spent several a few day Mr. *
It
days in Tampa this week with her who have spent a few months in forecast at 70 crates per'acre or Plvfie 123-J. Pint can 27c 6pounds-$1.18
-
parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Dur- II. S. DuVAL Plymouth have returned to their a production of 025,000 24-quart
den. home. crates or 80'percent of the 1931 WANTED--Good second hand bl-

Mr. H. S. DuVal of Columbia, S. I Remember church Saturday eve- yield. L cycle. Postal Telegraph Co. It. Jersey LiigCreamery

Dr. and Mrs. H. B. McLendonand C., for a number of years in the ning and Sunday and the services The tomato crop Is coming Into FOR SALE-No. 1 Seed Peanuts,

Mrs. E. C. Matthews motored employ of the Southern Railway I will be conducted by our pastor, bearing In South Florida where Florida Ruuner Variety, 65c per Duller pound - 28c

to Jacksonville Saturday after- died suddenly Saturday morningin Rev, J. L. Norrls! of Lacrosse. there Is an estimated acreage of bushel f. o. b. Reddick, Fla. Len ,

noon. Valdosta Ga., where he had recently 6200. High prices have increasedthe Redding Reddlck FIB It*
been transferred. He leavesa TRAIN SCHEDULE winter crop beyond earlier In

Mrs. Jim Godwin and Mrs. sister, Mrs. Atlie Lamar of tentions. Weather conditions have FOR SALE-YounR/ berry plants, Twin Lakes Pillsbur/l
Brown of the farm No. 11, southbound, local 11:33 been favorable In Dade and Collier
S state were Quincy and a cousin Mrs. James vigorous and well rooted, exchange PRESERVES.Pint Pancake Flour
guests Tuesday of Mrs. C. A. Mitchell of Starke. a. m. counties and hl ,h yields are ex- a few for light mule, or

Knight. Mr. DuVal has visited In Starke 'No. 107, southbound limited 10-: pected. good cow. F. J. Pattee, Rt. 2. Jar 23c Per package 12c

a number of times and friends he 47 a. m. Starke. its
:Miss Inez Moltt has returned to made while here will regret to No. 3, southbound limited 7:31: Apopka--A. C. Hall planning

her home In Jacksonville after a learn of his passing.FOR a. m. erection of feed ware house near FOR SALE-5 room bungalow,

visit here with her slater Mrs. P. No.9, southbound limited 11:00p. Atlantic Coast Line Station. corner lot, N. Weller and E. 10th REST GRADE' -


E. Johns. TAX ASSESSOR .No.m. 191, southbound limited- 12- I I Winter Garden Brown and St.worth, clear$1000 title-$450 newly cash painted gets It., Meal or Grits l 10 pounds - 18c

Mrs. M. C. Stith and children of Owing to the many Inquiriesthat 11 a. m. I Britt erectlpg filling station on E. H. M. Frazee, 430 Stockton St., ,
No. 12 northbound local 3:11: p. Plant street.
,
several
Jacksonville
spent days I
I am having, I take this meth- Jacksonville Fla. 1-152t'lN
with her Mr and Mrs. H. .
L. Brownlee.parents. od to announce that I will be a m.No.. 108 northbound limited 5:27: i -----. -- -. lleinz Good Grade
------
candidate this year to succeed my- WEATHER REPORT i
self as tax assessor. My formal p. m. I .NN.N.Nt NNNSEED .. PICKLES PURE COCOA
9:02
Mrs. H. L. Brownlee and daughter announcement ,,will appear at the Ncx 4, northbound limited : Compiled by Starke Branch, U.
Madge and Mrs. M. C. Stith : p. m. Per 15e Pound Can- 12c
time. -
and children spent Wednesday at proper No. 192, northbound limited 4:39a. : 'S. Forestry Department.
Very respectfully m. I Week. endlngjan. 12, 1932.
the state farm. "
It. E. W. Hay a. Wiuinee Branch ,' Date Max. -*' :---Preclp.

I Jan. 6 .78 78 White Ribbon 4 pound pail 38c
Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Hurst and No. 101, out 7 a. m. ,
children, and Mrs. J. W. Hurst of PLANS TO ENTER No. 102 In at 2:40: p. m. Jan. 'l ,,78 60 SNAP BEANS OF ALL

Jacksonville, spent Sunday with SENATORIAL RACE T. J. Griffin, Agent. Jan. 8 'n 61 .08 KINDSFORDIIOOK LARD 8 pound pail - 65c
.. Jan. 9 60 ::51 ,
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Edwards. -
To the Democratic Voters of the Closing of Malls Jan. 10 159 82 -
15th Senatorial District: Jan. 11 70' 35 BUSH LIMA
South Hulk
Cole and Mrs. J. E. Futch and
Miss Mary Brownlee of Orlando I Many of the voters, both of Brad- Train No. 107( letters 10:20: a. m. Jan. 12 71 49 BEANS VINEGARGallon Osceola

spent the week-end with Mr. and 'ford and Union counties which Train No. 11, parcel post, 11 a. Total rainfall for week 0.8 In. I SUGAR CORN

Mrs. H. I.. Brownlee. comprise, urged the me above, prior senatorial to the deathof district m. North Extremely Low Prices 30c No. 1 can, 2 for 15c

Mr. and Mrs. L. G. Prescott cele- Senator Johns, to enter the race Train No. 12, parcel post 2:50: p. NOTICH CIHJUII'OltM TO OKBTOHH: AI This Year

brated their fifty-first anniversarylast for the Democratic nomination as m.Train Notice In. hereby srlvcn that all LARGE, FANCY FIRM .
Sunday and entertained as senator. No. 108 letters, 5 p. m. creditor, 'U>icat..., dl.trlbute.. and

dinner guests, Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Since his death I have been Night malls close at 6 p. m. all estate persons of having J."t'reUIlarkl..Y. chums\ .Johns.If.ln.tthe PEANUTS: We have looked POTATOES 10 pounds 16cOld
to make this
White and family.Mr. urged more and more Htarke & Bell Branch deceased, are hereby required topresent the country over and have selected ,
race. I am taking this methodof Mall closes 7:00: a. m. : their claim duly authontl* I
the voters of the fact Gated, to the honorable ri"... OarcJl- the very best well-ma
returnedto apprising Mall arrives 2:40: ro. Bradford .
Carlyle Ritch has p. tier county judge of county I
Chicago after spending two that I am giving the matter ser Florida, for his approval, within Lured bright Florida Runners. Dutch Brookfield

weeks here with his parents, Mr. ious consideration. It Is now my Bin BUll Schedule notice one will:rear be from held In date bar of thereto this, Come and see for yourself.)

and Mrs. J. H. Ritch. Intention to enter the race. lithe Dally, effective Jau. 1, 1932. and all fmennnm Indebted: to d.rd Cleanser BUTTER
their Prices 75c down to 60c.
event I do not I will advise Northbound-5.03: a. m., 9:19: a. tate debts l are forthwith requested to to the pay unJ.-ixl.neil range

Dr. and Mrs. G. P. Raymond and the people In plenty of time m., 1:59 p. m.. 4:59 p. m., 8:19 p. adminlmrafltThin
and of January, 1912THKL.MA 2 for f 15c Pound30cSAUL'S
through the county papers 1Mb day
sons and Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Lord m. ELIZAIIKTII: JOHNS. cans -
were dinner guests Sunday of Mr. otherwise, so they may espouse the Southbound.-9:34: a. m., 12:34: p. 1.t5-4t-1.lt A'lmlnlitrmi.,It The Kilgore{ SeedCompany

and Mrs. J. M. Prownlee, cause of any candidate who may m., 4:34: p. m., 7:31 p. m., 12:50: a.
be In the race.

Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Griffis Julian Respectfully, m.Tickets and Information at 666

Griffls and Dr. C P. Raymond at- It.-Adv. Hal Y. MaInes. Smith's Service Station next to .
site M'talll or T.at.t.-.d "" _..11,
tended services, :U the CampofthePalma courthouse. sad *k. a
SunOi afternoon.See Plant City Paul Smith Tampa mmflrt mmil ttt.tttv* ,r*.lni..t tar Gainesville Florida
contractor. received permit for Winter HavenBlack Cat lunchrooms C.I..". WHERE LOWER PRICES RULEF'JUD

J. C. Manning for peanut construction; of packing house Third street, erecting addition. $5,000 in Cash Prizes

Med Stark, Fla. It. north of, Baker .street. I Ask Year DraccUt for rartle.larsaG.d4hotYyrna.fatd.1. INN.t NN.NL NNL'.NPG. .

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1- SIX" 1

PAGE .._ .. _.. ._ "" .._ ___. BRADFORD COCNTT TELEGRAPH!.STARKE, FLORIDA _--_ W --- fJPAV.ANUABY? 15, 1938


r. ;",. FARMERS ADVICED \' And the Worst is Yet ComeFARM HINTS TO HOUSEWIVES -

r.. t FARM NEWS SECTION \ TO KEEP SIMPLE to --- WRUF FARM\ PROGRAM"The

SET OF RECORDS Weekly from Home Demonstration Voice of
"\ Specialist, Tallahassee Florida"I
1 .. 1 f I
\ n [; I
1 lLfI '
1Ed I 'i Conducted By An annual farm Inventory and a .A.j' : L"_ Radio talks about Florida farm

= simple cash account is recommended I problems will be given
13f
Jf.ID l CITRUS JELLIES over state
i' ; I L T. DYER, County Agent to Florida farmers by Dr. C. V. radio station WRUF each day next

F MISS PEARL JORDAN, Home Drmonatratlon Agent Noble, economist with the Florida : While citrus fruits are plentiful -,week, the Florida Agricultural Extension -
cD
I Experiment Station. Th \13I1GjcdI fb13 l f3t r the housewife should be busy Service has announced.

Just\ as bookkeeping Is essential \ preserving some of these health- These talks will be given by College
I @ 0 I \\1':!! ? I
MICK IN !MELON FIELDS' : ADVANCE BLACKBERRY I to the city businessman a few elm- giving delicacies for I later use. Jelly workers during the Florida

BEST CONTROLLED nv PROVES GOOD VARIETYFOR i pie records are Important to the ;;..I I Is one of the many delicious I Farm Hour from noon to 12:45:

USE: OF POISONED BAIT FLORIDA GARDENS farmer if he la to know whether or OFFICE Imo'' home products into which citrus eastern standard time, each day.

not he Is actually making money fruits can be made.Kumquat The schedule follows:

To control rats and mice which Tho advance blackberry I Is provo and where he Is making It. Jelly Sat., Jan. 16-Florida Farm

eat watermelon seed just after ing to be a good variety for FlorIda I The records Dr. Noble suggestedare The jelly Is made by adding 1 News and Hints U. S. Farm Science

1 1 they are planted the Florida Agricultural In tests at the Florida Experiment I simple and practically any wiiri pound of sugar and 2 pints of wa- Snapshots.
1 Station states Harold Mow- farmer Interested has the time and
Extension Scrvlre recommends ter to each pound of kumquats. Mon., Jan. 18-Citrus Irrigationand
a bait poisoned with strychnine ry, associate horticulturist. He ability to keep them. l Clean thoroughly, and sprinkle Spring Fertilization E. F.

$ lrc The Alkaloid strychnine and suggests that Florida growerswell The annual inventory gives more with soda, using 1 tablespoonful of Busk. Farm Reporter at Wash

( not strychnine sulphate should be try this berry on a small scale.1 Information for the effort! expended 1 soda to each pound of kumquats. ington.

During four years of testing it than any other type of record, : Cover with boiling water and allowto Tues., Jan. 19-Control of the
used.Rolled
oats make one of the line proven to be a prolific fruiter. he said. It should be taken at the stand for 10 minutes. Tomato Fruit Worm-J. R. Wat.

safest and best baits. Mix 1 ounce So far It seems to be Immune to same time every year, and at a Pour the water off! and rinse son. Farm Question Box.

c of the strychnine with 1 ounce of the double-blossom disease. The time when there is the least ( t through three changes of water. Wed., Jan. 20-Small Fruits

i common soda, and mix this with fruit Is firm and appears to hold amount of products on hand to Inventory I I I Cut the fruit the long way, placeit Adapted to Florida-Harold Mow-

112 pounds of rolled oats. Place this up better under shipment and can- and at a convenient time. "?'iiiaL. in a kettle, with two pints of ry. Primer for Town Farmers.

I,:. mixture around over the field In ning. The variety Is adapted to On tho ordinary farm and with a water for each pound, and boil for Thurs.. Jan. 21- Green Corn

teaspoonful quantities. sand soils. blank prepared for the purpose the 30 minutes. Pour into a cheese- Production In Florida-Fred II

Scratch feed may be used for the The station has a limited sup- Inventory can be taken and summarized 7i cloth bag and press until no more Hull. County Agent Robbins.Fri. .

bait but it should be burled with ply of plants for free distribution In a half-day's time. juice can be obtained. Strain this ., Jan. 22 Managing the

1 1F the melon seed so that It will not for r Floridians to try. As long as In the Inventory should be Included juice in a flannel jelly bag pour Dairy Herd for Profits-Hamlin L

endanger:! bird life. The scratch the supply l lasts 12 plants will be all resources and liabilitiesof Into a kettle and bring to a boll. Brown. Farm Reporter at Wash.

feed should be coated with a paste sent, postage collect, to farmers the farm business. Under resources Then add the 1 pound of sugar for ington.

made by dissolving 1 teaspoonful requesting them. Address the should be listed the amount "" 4 each pound of fruit. Stir until the -.

of gloss starch In 1-2 cupful of wa- I Florida Experiment Station, at and value of all land, buildings, sugar Is dissolved, and boil until Cocoa John Weathers opened

it ter, stirring a mixture of 1 ounceof aalne vll1e. livestock feeds, crops growing, the jellying point is reached; thatis billiard parlor No. 2 In room form
F common soda and 1 ounce of : equipment, money due the-farmer, I
1r when the syrup flakes or sheets erly occupied by Riverside restaurant
exk +' strychnine In the paste, and adds GROW HOME GARDENS cash on hand, and all other Items from a spoon as it cools. Pour im- .

; r ing 1-10 ounce of saccharine to,: th'it the farmer owns. Under liabilities mediately into sterilized glassesand -.-

.sweeten It. This paste should be Ninety-three home gardens were everything that the farmer seal. Dade City-New light and power

mixed with 12 quarts of scratch reported by Palm Beach county owes should be listed. C. Take the mashed qumquata re- line from Pasco county division of

pry feed.The home demonstration and 4-H club The difference! between farmer's l Lfrwe.Ulna+o,r- M... maining in the bag, add a pint of Tampa Electric Co. here, completed

trouble with applying the members at their December meet- resources and his liabilities is his __ .c-ra- .....- water for each original pound, and 1 for Blanton-Jeasamlne common-
poison direct to the melon seed Is ing, says Mrs. Edith Y. Barrus, net worth. The difference betweenthe the I
boil for 15 minutes. Repeat ity.
that the mice do not eat the hulls home demonstration agent. Sixty- net worth now and a year ago drlest.- I .
t and of the Dry, hot above method, except adding half
and would therefore not get the one of the gardens belonged to 4-H loss made {WOMEN {WIN one I
hat "' t is the profit or duringthe weather has curtailed productionof the amount of sugar, and another Key West Palace Theatre op-
poison. club girla and 32 were reported by
year. PRIZES IN STATE II ened.
some vegetable crops and hastened extraction of jelly can be made.
1, the women. The Inventories will show the total ,
GARDEN CONTEST their maturity, both of which Sour Orange Jelly
cabbage with lead arsenate gain or loss, but will not show I
Spray
4-H BOYS CARRY ON conditions serve to benefit pro- This jelly Is made from 1 poundof a- -
and for The Flor- the cause for It. To get this Information -
th<: soap worms. it will be to Winners In 1931 All-Year Garden ducers for small, early crops invariably peeled sour oranges, 1 pound of /
,
ida Station necessary
Experiment recommend
1. The 4-H club boys of Escambla and Contest conducted by the state bring greater net returns sugar, and 2 pints of water. Remove
1 of lead arsenate keep some day-to-day record, v
t pound
{
t county knew what to do last year home demonstration departmenthave than large, late ones. Citrus crops the yellow part of the peel
I i and 6 pounds of to SO gallonsof the simplest type Is a list of Cash
,
soap did it. For two months also have ben considerably reducedby the
water. and they receipts and cash expenses. StartIng just been announced by Miss I from the oranges, leaving r II I
ze County Agent E. P. Scott was sick I Isabell Thursby, food and market the drought, giving the state a white, since it contains pectin.
with the cash hand
____ on put
f. -- and could not visit the clubs, but down all the that is takenIn ing agent. fruit production which should be I Weigh, and cut into small pieces. +

Make a little bit of simple record the work was kept up and 30 per and all that money Is spent along with Gadsden county won first place, marketed with less difficulty and Add 2 pints of water for each

keeping a part of every day's farm cent more boys than the year be- taken In from Holmes was second, and Walton I more profit. pound, and boll until the fruit thor-
It
what was or spentfor
& ins; .,\ :work. fore completed their club work. placed third. These counties received "Preparations are being made oughly disintegrates about 20
?
and the date. This with the Inventories "- .
.,r :I, "/ at the beginning and $25, $15, and $10 worth of for the setting of large'acreages to minutes. Pour into a cheeseclothbag ,- -

garden seed, respectively, which spring vegetable crops,, plantings and press, then re-strain the
close of the will allow the CAPITAL
farmer to study year his business and were donated by .the Francis C. in some sections exceeding those of juice In a flannel bag without Punishmentjr
fro' I Stokes Company.Ten last year. Plantings of new citrus pressing. To this juice add 1 Ib.
Athens
,, ; ,tr flora to play BridgeAUCTION see where he can. Improve It. women and club girls received groves are not as extensive as in of sugar for each pound of fruit Arson in

SPREAD OF BACIIXAKY cash prizes given by the years gone by, but the setting out taken, and boil to jellying point. 'Th law 'IB "fir AlhcM aide .no.
III//////d Chilean Nitrate of Soda Educational of a 170-acre grove In Orange ; Grapefruit Jelly ,a.i.h.w.bra..ih. I. *-"".". "MIa,.
/ ? DIARRHEA CHECKED BY
.
.. 1
wish toypme.
.It y
,,*{ FUMIGATING INCUBATORThe Bureau. They were Mrs. C. county and an 80-acre grove in' Grapefruit jelly is made the sr-s.. Ie tmu.wrerely Thrr. I. no nc>p. tier

E. Blunt, Gadsden county $50; Pinellas, as well as numerous same as sour orange, except that ib. loo* ._ of tl>. .... N..,lo".J w-
) Ia/ CONTRACT Mrs. G. L. Shuler, Walton, $40; smaller acreages, offers! proof of 3-4 pound of is used with .perII''- .1 pol.. .. ,_. .1....fR.....
spread of bacillary by fumi- sugar ... ......'_ _....... ro.1s .I.
u Mrs. J. R. Nelson, Holmes, $30; the faith which fruit growers havein each pound of fruit. -so, .o..lcttoofcAnea

isI I .4yWynne gating the Incubator explains Dr. Mrs. C. 1C. Howell, Holmes, $20; their Industry. Hatcheries report -- W..-..... b,....... wkly
Ferguson E. F. Thomas, assistant veterinarian Mrs. J. L. Davis Walton, $15; Mrs. larger bookings of chick orders Plant a few double rows of sweet n...-.y e,a pyrom..l.e, or..rlnliErory ....

y ,j Author of PRACTICAL AUCTION BRJDOB with the Florida Experiment Willie Vestry! Gadsden Mrs. Bessie I. for spring delivery than In II corn and cowpeas in tomato fieldsas .Ir.rt will .. ,".*.to P"1.. dl"h.s ...
Station. _. 1_ 4
'
The disease is carried on the Paul. Voluala, and Miss Eunice the past two years, while dairy a trap crop for fruit worms. .Mark a.|.lB.aranr I .th...TOW sly--?
to Copyright, 19)1.by Hoyle, Jr. Nixon, Alachua, $10 each; and Miss' men are continuing to urcnase tftlmn p"- less.HAROLD
dust particles and dried down in
the Edna Burgess, Holmes, $5. I pure-bred stock from northern Miami Beach Branch office! of
1, the air and be inhaled by the '
F ARTICLE No. 11 may Ten dollars worth of perennials herds to Improve their milk pro- Postal Telegraph Co., in Pancoast C. WALL
In In-
ryi chicks while they are the
el'/
/ given by the Glen St. Mary nursery duction. Hotel reopened for season.
One of the writer' correspondents) ding. A singleton; or a void suit U a cubator. Thus one Infected chickIs went to Mrs. T. O. Martin, Santa "Florida farmers and fruit growers -
has asked for an opinion on the following danger point for a no trump and the capable of spreading the diseaseto INSURANCE
and Mrs. C. H. the new
Oiling question which, as he says, "is not beet procedure ia to bid. a suit first, and practically every one in the Rosa county, generally are entering Largo Pet Baker opened roll-
( sufficiently or explicitly covered in any shift to a no trump bid later only if hatch. Spence, Walton county. Plants to year convinced the worst is over. er skating rink. STARKE FLORIDA
l recent book we have been able to the bidding at that time makes such a the value of $5 were awarded to Their preparations for better pro
obtain, to definitely settle the matter." course necessary or expedient. Along with the fumigation he .Mrs. G. A. Pelham, Holmes county. duction and better marketing In ---- -- -- -

(' i It is of such nature that any discussion The following hands represent sound suggested cleanliness and a maximum Mrs. A. M. Paul Holmes county, 1932 might easily make it Florida's .
1
regarding it is bound to be of interest no trump bids by the dealer: of moisture. A wet bulb
and Mrs. Arthur Brown, Gadsden banner farming year.
ve'U to all Auction and Contract players: reading of 83 to 00 degrees F. Is
'J r county, each received $10 worth of "Freight rates on citrus shipments STRAWBERRY\ PLANTSOwing
+ "Under what conditions should thr Hearts- O, 8, 2 desirable at the time of fumigation.The .
stet f t; initial bidder, if he has one suit misain; Clubs- K, J, 4 Incubator should be cleaned perennials given by Griffing'a In- to markets consuming near-

:.. entirely or represented by only : Diamond-A, Q, 6 terstate Nurseries. Mrs. J. C. ly one-half of Florida's fruit crops
and between each hatch
,. 'singleton, declare no trump? Do the Spades- K, 6,4, 3 fumigated Jones, Bradford county, received were reduced 18 to 25 percent after to the dry-like conditions around Starke.
and about three times at eight-
t ordinary no trump indications hold if
$5 worth. the first of the year, as a result -
rcof such cases/'" Hearts-Q, J, 4 hour Intervals during the Ime the Garden fertilizer, donated by S. of agreements reached at a and Lawtey, we are making very special prices on
I A sound no trump hid Is composed! ,'; Clubs- 8, 4,2 hatch Is coming off.
and Blakemore berry
in both
conference in Jacksonville December wants Missionary
D. Shore Fertilizer was
Company, on your
.. I lof two elements: ((1)I) the proper value Diamonds A, Q, 6, 4 All dry chicks should be removed -
.,Ifor the no trump bid; ((2)) the proper Spades- K, J, 7 before the second and third given to Mrs.. O. D. Fletcher, Gad- 10 between railroad executives plans. See our agents Brownlee Bros., Starke
distribution of such values among; the sdea county, and-Mrs. J. B. Jones, and Florida citrus marketing
the hatch but and G. W. Roberts of Lawtey Fla. who will take
fumigations during
,
four suits. The authorities ,
practically Hearts-J, 7, 6, 2 Palm Beach county. Garden fertilizer officials.!
the ? all agree that the minimum strength Clubs- K, J,4, the gas does not seem to Injure donated by E. O. Painter your order.

I a ,. ion which the dealer should bid one Diamond* K, 10, 9, 2 wet chicks nor eggs. Fumigation Fertilizer Company was given to PUREBRED BEEF BULLS!<
doi i no trump is two and, one-half quick Spades-A J Is not recommended between the
tricks ]Mrs.!. H. L.. Hathcox, Alachua coun- PROVING PROFITABLE You know Bauer, plants of quality and we know
distributed
at least t hrcouita.
t among first and fourth days of Incubation
1 The quick trick strength must All' of them contain at least two and as It seems to lower the hatch ty. how to ship your plants on time and give you real
not only be there, but it must be so one-half quick tricks and the distribution Purebred beef bulls are proving service. So at and place order
I'divided then. ENCOURAGING SIGNS IN to farmers in Duval get busy once your
among the four suits that there i il of such a nature that there i is a profitable .
Sil ,is more than a reasonable chance to reasonable chance to make the bid. Ha recommended formaldehydegas VGKICriVrUKAL; ; SITUATION county who are cooperating with for what you may want.

nalaj make the contract. A hand might very Tho following hands, however, are for the fumigant. It Is made SEEN AROUND FLORIDA County Agent A. S. Lawton in

easily contain two and one-half quick not justifiable no trump bids, even by adding 40 percent commercial demonstrations. Jn one herd of 00
tricks and still not juatify a no trump though they contain the necessaryquicktrick formalin to potassium permanganate J. A. BAUER
bid. I lf f these quick tricks are confined, to strength. The distribution "That 1932 begins with a more native cattle three registered bulls
For each 100 cubic feet of
one suit, the suit bid is the correct bid. it of such a nature that the suit set in optimistic feeling among Florida were used and 60 calves were rais-
If these quick tricks are distributed black type should be bid, rather than incubator space use 35: cubic centimeters people must be apparent to any- ed. They were 40 percent better THE STKAWBEIWY PLANT MAN

lie among two units only, it is not advisable the no trump. of formalin and 17.5 grams one who lately has visited the different than calves from native bulls and

to bid.no trump. Experience of permanganate. Place the permanganate farming districts," says when butchered dressed 30 percentmore JUDSONIA, ARKANSASYou'll

+{k has shown that with two suits unprolfeartaJ, 7,4,2 In a vessel and set it Marvin H. Walker, in the Florida to the calf.
tected,a no trump bid seldom is sound.. Clubs_none In about the middle of the Incu Grower. "While the'hand of for-
For that reason, to justify a bid of one Diamonds-A, K, 10, 7 bator. This vessel should be about ..
--- --- ------ -- --- ---- ----
all -
cos no trump, the hand must contain at Spades K, J, 10,4,3 tune has by no means favored Listening at a farm radio pro- --- -
,, i least two and one-half quick tricks and five times as large as the mixture of our producers of farm crops, gram is a fine way for a farmer to --- ". -- .

ex ''i these should ba distributed among at I Hearts-A, 6, 4, :2 so that It will not boll over. Add the weather man has been of real spend his noon rest period.
ed. least three suits. That lca\es only one Clubs-A, 10, 9,3,2 the formalin and close the m Incubator help to many of them. He has giv- never know how good ,
Suit for partner to protect or, if he also Lhamonds-4 doors. With still air incubators -
for
en Florida the warmest fall grow- Breed cows In January fall be until
a cigar can you
t has no protection, only ono suit for Spades- K, 7, S leave them, closed for aboutan ing season the 'state has known freshening.

opponent to make. hour, Others may be opened In have smoked a
in case the dealer ha* a singleton: of I Hearts-4 t

e a suit or none at all, experience has Club.t-Q, 7, 6,4 20 to 30 minutes. .... _. ....._._ ... '.
This fumigation only destroysthe -
shown that the bid ti's-r \'VAsBc
rule Diamonds -" "
no trump as a -A, Q, 6, 4, :3 aqW. 6 .
pr1t0 .Is a losing bid. For that reason with Spades- K, J, 7 Infection with which it comesIn .
this. type of hand, it is better to bid! asuiteventhoughhandcontainstwoand contact and does not substitutefor Nojva

Lfs If thcVopponcnta hold the miming testing the breeding stock for _
lIY
tme-half quick tricks divided among suit, they will bid it against a suit bid bacillary white diarrhea. SAME SIZE
three, suits, if the opponents bid the but sit tight' and lead it against a no i MORE HAVANA
missing suit, then of course, the dealer trump bid. Prefer a suit to the no i
on should not subsequently bid no trump; trump bid, when the hand contains a CEIITIFIELD SEED IRISH hlruJ/lMILD
1 1 the r but, if his partner should l bid the musing singleton or void suit, and you will win POTATOES PROVE BESTIt t
suit,then the dealer should bid the and rubber
4l many\ game not otherwise
1 tha 6tr no trump on the second round of bid possible. pays to use certified seed Irish /. Lewis Cigar Mfg. Co., Newark, N. J., Makers

potatoes, according to demonstra- .
i ioli I Solution to Last Week's Problem --- ---- ------------ -- -
tions conducted last year by Jefferson

4.s Hearts-A, 7,6.5 county farmers and County L Wake Up Your Liver Bile
Clubs-A, 0. 10 Agent E. H. Finlayson. i
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see; ir Sp"'elnane Diamonds- On two plots, side by side, neither -

t CO ,. Hearts K, Q. J, 10, 9 Hearts-4 J Jt ferlllzed, B. O. Granger raised
48.1 bushels of Red Bliss -Without CalomelAnd
< '-'uba-, J,9 t Y Clubs-none per acre
''j j I Diamonds- none A B Diamonds Triumph and 63.0 bushels of certi-
I : -U, 10,9, 8, 7,6 "'Spades- 9 i Z i Spades- 10 fied Red Bliss Triumph.On .
I two well fertilized plots C. q YI TouTl Jump Out of Bed II tUm US.I*M......-7 n,yaat*...

a8 l Hearts-Q F. Leach 74 bushels '-.I --. tt Jnrt feesyi ft* MM Wosts

I' ofr + Clubs Diamonds-3, 4, 3, J from the grew common Red Bliss per acre Tri- In the Morning Rarin'to GoD OM doses mf ftar *-...... T_ km a

J.J ClIo*,.b4 tsxx u4 yaw bests Is Joel***.
pel Spades-J,8 umph seed> and 203 bushels per you fed oar and rank and tIe ..... lr" ks ..t Y d--0.-- T_ lrrl

;, eve If spades are trumps and 1 Z is In the Z should trump with the eight ol acre Prince from Edward certified Island seed variety.of the world of alt looks mineral panic;dont wallow A lot .........,..w............'*_.*...
dl
water lass!
mi 1 lead, how\ can Y Z win eight of the .node*. Z should then! lead the trey Mr. Finlayson states that potato _b.........
Iiai rF .. nine tricks against any defense? ot clubs and once again Y should. '" win in the la Mp candy or chewing: cum and aped. AW.ttrp.lddCLZTLB'ttfdl7fRt191f8PUJA
Solution: Z should lead the jack of card production county severely them to mak yon' IP"! ..> .. ..,
any played by A. Y should then pataktaq pt........-.. MstaMatba
spades and discard the king of dialead his last club and follow with the cut by a number of seed-borne ad bao7'adad' fuJI Of b.......,..............
monds from Y's hand. This i is the key five of diamond. U in diseases. The diseases are not car- '
forced winthis thnrcuft da
to ft. TS
y only .......
ftor
w-oel4, fh.aaew piaea
we, play, for it prevent* Y.being forced in trick and ried on the certified seed. GIRL FLYER BECOMES "BIRD WOMAN" my.
1- must, therefore I lead :
Elf DOWtlsl
a the .
the lead to his disadvantage. Z should diamond nor wS .ft meta atww ..............,-...ri aair N
they mw lead the deuce of club and Y and then, which make Z his wins last with club.the jack, When no other. feed Is Smith, daring girl avlatrix, U made honorary member of the Camp Fire ssit doent& g.* d fir .WOM. 'I'IIe7GaI'.s. ..at.aaswlbewaad,,
green Girls and U named "Ch1WuQaa"hich mean bird woman. Her 1* 1sat to ... .. ..
kni' should win card Rssdsg -
any played by A. At Played in this Y Z 11.1a.att+dtsat'w.. YI.C.re.f s
must win available feed the
trick three= Y should! lead the ace of eight of the nine way trick layers and grow- view of the ceremony at Roosevelt FIeld L. t, with Jean Camming, fs7v'ut.eIt...wtdpearstubtlalldl0afala Iars3d..PtR.LdJrta..r.O..Ita3ar.Ia.Ayllms. ,
Be against any ing chicks sprouted or germinated IX of Jackson Heiahta. headband with symbol of bird '
hut__ and follow with the five, which defense. presenting woman ,..Mair tarsstbaL. air
1 ,re4r --. S . oat*. and sly to Elinor Smith who fc DOV avbtioo. advisor of Qjpnp Fir. daQ1. atavvr.atsirw.- paitlatmllir .


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thereby. have laid him ? They sold unto
"" It"'" "" "'-"" but have everlasting life"WEEKLY Him' ye world will rejoice: and ye shall be
worship ? Answer read- John Verse 11
:: l/A{ 4:24. 1 Him Lord, come and see. Jesus sorrowful but your sorrow shall be ,
m {4 a : 14. What courage and strength, wept John 11:33-35.: : I
.Jt _.... 1.J SEUMONETTE January 21 therefore should turned Into Joy. John 18:33: 20. i
to
come us Note 1
: even -Not alone for Mary and I
., : ;:;:;:c.-. 28. In what respect Is the reapIng -
My help I and
..\i\.w. Thft'onl... of the Muster am poor needy; in the hour of affllcation? "Where- her friends did Jesus weep Look- of God's people to differ from
yet the Lord thinketh upon me; fore lift up the hands that hang Ing down through the ages, He saw
The Golden' Rule their sowing? that
( ) "They sow In
Thy word is i lamp unto my feet, and a light i unto my prth.-Ptalm 119105.: Matthews 7:7.: Ask and it shall thou make art my help and my deliverer down, and the feeble knees." Verne the tears and the heartaches which tears shall reap In joy. He that
; no 0 12.
tarrying God. See
also
my Job 4:3: 4. death would bring to mankind in
STf TliTrttl All religious teaching doctrine or be given you; seek, and ye shall -Psalm 40: 17. 15. What did Job say in the this sin-stricken world. His heart I goeth forth and weepeth bearing
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frsguwz
find; knock, and it shall be precious need shall doubtless come
Ulpr34JUJ.lJlliJl ; creed, if they are to have any claim opened What Is promised when we ask:, midst of his afflictions? "Though was touched with human woe and
pon the love loyalty and devotion of the people must be In harmony with unto you. seek: and knock ? Answer read-- He slay me yet will I trust Him." He wept with those that wept again with rejoicing" bringing his
the teachings of Jesus the Christ whose words fit {into every fold and crevice 8. For every one that asketh re- Matt. 7:7.SEVENTH: Job 13:15.: 23. Whatever heaves!' with him Ps. 128:5: 6.
of the human heart and of whom it was said in John'7:46: "NEVER MAN celveth; and he that seeketh flnd- 13. What l.i God may come what
called in the Mewed
SPAKE LIKE TINS MAN. eth; and to him that knocketh it DAY VENTIST! assurance has every one Sometime when all life's lessons
scriptures? "The God of all that loves
com God? "And we know
shall be have been learned
Pastors of Bradford and Union counties are Invited to uo thin. department opened. fort 2 Cor. 1:3.: that all things work together for ,
for news of church activities, organizations and announce 9. Or what man Is there of you, Sabbath school at F. J. Pattee's 17. Who does' God comfort? "God good to them that love God" Rom. And sun and moon forevermorehave

ments. Space freely given and no charge made-the only requirementbeing whom if his son ask bread, will he home, Saturday at 10 o clock a. m that comfortcth those that are 8:28.: Note---If loves set,
that such Items reach thin. office before Wednesday morning! I given him a stone ? Bible study at Mr Adam Green's cast down. 2 Cor. 7:6.: rest asnured one God he The things that our weak Judg
otherwise they cannot be handled for current laaun.I I II 10. Or If he ask a fish, will he home Wednesday evening at 7:30.: 18.Vhat may that out of every ments here hAve spurcd.
promise 1M t made to trial and afllctlon, good will come.
give him a serpent? All welcome. The things o'er which we grieved
those that mourn ? "Blessed 21. In
are
bereavement like whom
I I II born of water and of the spirit, he 11. If ye then being evil know 1 Subject for study Jan. 20, Comfort they that mourn: for they shall be should wo not sorrow ? "As others with lashes wet.
I SUNDAY SCHOOL II I II cannot enter into the kingdom of how to give good gifts unto your in Affliction comforted." Matt. 0:4.: who have no hope. 1 Thena. 4:13.: Will! flash before us out of .life's

I LESSON I II II God." In explanation of these children how much more shall 1. Are God's people free from 10. Why' does God comfort us In 23. When our friends fall asleep dark night,
your Father which is in heaven affliction? As stars shine most In deepest
I I words Tarbell's Guide quotes Mr. "Many are the afflictions tribulation? "Who comforteth us In In death, with what words are we
Henry Drummond thug, "Except ye give good things to them that ask I' of the righteous: but the all our tribulation that we may be to comfort one another? "For If tints of blue,
FOR JANUARY n, 1933 him? Lord delivereth And we shall see how all God's
be born of water and the spirit him out of them able to comfort them which are in we believe that Jesus died and rose
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verse S, and "Ye must be torn: 12. Therefore all things what all. Ps. 34:19.: any trouble by the comfort where- again even no them also which ways were right

Subject: Jesus and Nicodemus. anew," verse 7, were familiar soever ye would that men shoulddo 1 2. How does God regard the afflicted with we ourselves are comfortedof sleep In Jesus will God bring with And how what seemed reproofwas

Golden Text: "God so loved the thoughts In another sense to every to you do ye even so to them; ? "He heareth the cry of God. 2 Cor. 1:4.: Note-One who Him. For the Lord Himself Jove most true

world, that he gave his only begotten Jew-inU heartnothing more nor for all this is the law and the the affllcted. John 34:28.: has' passed through trouble and affliction /shall descend from heaven with a May Riley Smith.
that whosoever belleveth less indeed than two of the prophets 3. What has lie -'
Son com- promised to be himself and received comfort shout with the. voice of the Arch. ,
in Him should) not perish, mon political phrases of the day. Prayer Lord help us to make to those In trouble? "God Is ourrefuge from Goil is better ably to angel, and with trumpet of God: io of good cheer! know sometimeLife's

but have everlasting life." John The custom with a foreigner who Thee the standard of our life, and and strength a very pres- minister comfort to others nnd the dead. in Christ shall rise song will run In perfect

3:16.Lesson: came to reside in a Jewish town in then we ever will love aright, and ent help In trouble." Ps. 46:1.: 20. How should we sympathizewith first: then we which are alive and rhyme.

Text: John 3121.: those times was to regard him as serve aright every ono else 4.. With what feeling does the others In their sorrows ? remain shall be caught up together Somewhere I know all things will

Time and Place:.A. D. 27: Jeru- unclean. He was held at arm's Remember the Sabbath Day to Lord look upon His children ? "Weep with them that "" with them in beAttuned
the
weep clouds to meet
salem. length. If he wished to leave his i Keep It Holy-Exodus 20::8, Go to "Like as a father pltleth his children Rom. 12:15.: : "To him that Is. afflicted the Lord In the air, and so shall to perfect harmony.

Nicodemus 'was a strong man, goods and share the religious hopes ,church Sunday. no the Lord pitleth them that/ pity should be showed from we ever be with tilt Lord. Wherefore Sometime, somewhere each sad ref

highly educated probably rich, and and civil privileges of the Jews, fear Him." Ps. 10313. His friend. Job 614.: comfort one another with train
was a member of the Sauchedrln there was one way out of the old DAILY BIBLE READINGS 5. How does he know and remember 21. Does Jesus sympathize: withus these words" Verses 1418. I: ShAll] be Its own surcease of pain,
the civil and court of the state into the ? "For He knowetli The compensation love will send
religious new- Just one way our In our afflictions? "];'or we have 20. What promise has God madeto
Jews. -he must be born again. He was January 13 frame, He remembereth that we not a high priest which cannot be bereaved mothers? "Thus salth Will be In bringing friend to friend;
There was a man of the Pharisees baptized with water and passed The Christian's Mission-Preach, are dust. Verse 14. touched with the of Infirmities : 'And all the heartaches that we
feeling our Lord; Refrain thy voice from weeping -
named Nicodemus ruler of saying the kingdom of heaven is 6. What has I bore,
a through certain other rites, .Ill the Lord promisedto but In all
was and
; thine
the Jews. The same came to Jesus finally recokened clean when he at hand. Heal the sick, cleanse the be to the oppressed ? "The Lord tempted like aa we are." Heb.points 4: thy work shall eyes be rewarded from tears salth: for : In God's good time will be no more,

by night and said unto him, Rabbi, 'I became as truly one of the chosen lepers, raise the dead, cast out also will be refuge for the oppressed 15. the Lord; and they shall come -- Rebel Lee Walden.

we know that thou art a teacher people as if he had been a lineal devils, freely ye have received a refuge in time of trouble." 22. How did lie manifest His again from, the land of the enemy" CALKNOAIl:' REFORM
come from God: For no man can descendant of Abraham. And the freely glve.-Matthew 10: 7, 1'11.0:9: sympathy In the case of Mary and Jer. 31:16.:

do these miracles that thou doest, : process of Initiation from the Gentile Why Is the present time so Important 7. What has God promised Ills her friends weeping over the deathof 27. What
did Christ
God be with him." "Phari ? Answer read-2 Cor 6: children say wouldbe Statement issued by IT. S. Department -
except ; world into the kingdom of the when passing through Lazarus? "When Jesus therefore the experience of His people in of Commerce calendar
sees" were the most religious class Jew called 2. trials and afflictions? "When thou on
was a regeneration, or saw her and the
weeping this world? "In the world ye shall reform.
of Jews, fanatical in their religiousand ''a being born again. There was January 16 passest through the waters, I will Jews also which
weeping came have tribulation: but be of goodchet'r
national ideas.. : nothing, therefore in the thoughtful Abundantly Satisfied How excellent be with thee; and through the rivers with her He groaned In the The United States Departmentof
spirit ; I have overcome the world..
"Come by night." Possibly Nico- consideration of the new birth Is thy loving kindness, 0 they shall not overflow thee: and troubled Commerce Issued! the following
and
was said where
"Ye shall
and lament but
the
demus feared to let the Pharisees : In the higher sense for the Jew to God! therefore the children of men when thou walkest through the weep statement from Dr. Marvin. Dec

know of his visit. Peloubet quotes 'marvel at." I put their trust under the shadowof fire, thou shalt not be burned; I ,,10. 1931, on the subject of the revision -

Professor David Smith as saying The phrase spoken by Jesus In thy wings. They shall be abun- neither shall the flame kindle upon N O'I'lrlO of the calendar and the stabilization -

"It was not on his own account our lesson, "that which Is born of dantly satisfied with the fatness of thee." Isa.43:2.: Notice. I.. hereby given. that the rnllOWln d.errlh.d. 1Anlh will h. sold of the date of Easter.
that be Lord for when thy house; and thou shalt make 8. al public suction m1 the e'11iST MONIIAY IN; i"l ilItI7AItt' 1832 It being "Definite action to simplify the
What did David ;
sought our ; the spirit Is spirit appears to In- say with reference the lot day or sa/d/ month, b.fore. the Courlhnoaa Door: at tltarks' II Dred-
St. John calls him 'a man of the dicate that the new birth mentioned them drink of the river of thy to his being afflicted? "It ford county. State: Dr FIorillo, or eu much thereof as will he n.r.ssary calendar Is generally anticipated

Pharisees means not merely by Jesus in, "Ye must be born pleasures.-Psalm 36: 7, 8, la good for me that I have been afflicted In coal pay.Of the such amount sale aand dos adverti.ing.fur lax.s set "I.po..lle C, Ih.I same. In..lh"r with the before 1939. the chief of the United
A. FLITCH Tax Collector
that Nicodemus belonged to that Why should we wait on the that I States Weather Bureau stated
again, Is a spiritual birth. "Nico ; might learn Thy Clerk CIrcuit Court:

party but that he was its dele demus answered. How can these Lord ? Answer, read-Psalm 62:15.G. : statutes." 119:71.: n..I.ct... III.... ,.. II. A. .. T.('.'.1... upon his return to Washington after -
gate." We think, however that things be? Jesus answeredArtthou 9. When afflicted, for what did I.DII eX lot aft ft N S by attending as a technical representative
the better view Is that Nicodemus a master In Israel, and know- January 11 he pray? "Look upon my afflictionand 60 n. 1'1 .a W In NloJ cur, of this country, the
and lot 1 fiO ft &
cx part
had heard Jesus teach and est not Hear the Lord O earth earth meeting of the League' of Nations
saw these things? my pain; and forgive all my lot 8 & 8 1I1k 18 Orl..lnHI
the miracles he did and believed Evidently Nicodemus was hon earth, hear the word of the Lord. sins. Ps. 25:18. Town _ _____ _____ 28 8 :13 it. V. KIII.-ht ________.. 110.14 Committee on Communications and

he was sent from God. But whether est and really desired to under- -Jeremiah 22: 29. 10. Before he was afflicted what Eli JUk 30 msp.x as extended R 106 rt18 on1nsye 8 22 J. F. Jr"r ________ .. q 8.11 Transit, which considered the reform -
to accept him as the promised stand the teachings of Jesus That Why should we sing and rejoice Lot 8 mil 1 I... T., a ('0'. of the calender. Though disturbed -
Answer read-Isaiah 49:13. did he do? "Before I was afflicted addltlnn ________28 8 22 R. J. Davis. ________ .. 2,40, conditions at the present
Christ, he was not certain. We are "is shown from the full and care- : imtx1254111k31.T. &
told in John 12:14: "Among the, ful answers Jesus gave him." Every January 18 I went astray"" : but now have I kept ('0'.. .I.Jlllon .____. -213 0 U -lfr.! Mary I4. Truhy ____.._ 11.40 time were deemed to.render gen
Thy word. Ps. 11967.: Lnts 1 II 8 4 II 13 IS 14 1-31k
chief rulers also,many believed on honest inquirer for religious truthis Neither Poverty Nor Riches 12 t.. T. & ('0'.. nddbton 28 II 23 Mr. Mary N. TI'laby ._ 1:1,1&: eral simplification of the calendar
him; but because of the Pharisees 'I sually aided in his search by Remove far from me vanity and 11, What did Christ learn thru I.ots31&as rt of1t 4 Inopportune it is anticipated that
they did not confess him, lest they Jesus his lies: give me neither poverty nor suffering? "ThouRh He wall a son, or Hlk 14 t., T. & Cue. same definite action will be taken
or representative, the I.JlII"n .___-_ _' 28 II 2:1: Floyd ireen __.__ __ 23,41
should be put out of the syna Holy Spirit. riches: fed me with food conven- yet learned obedience by the, tents 13 14 tllk H L. T. & by 1930, ,.whlch year begins on a
ient for me.-Proverbs 30: 8. things which He suffered." Heb. : ('"',, Hl.Jlllol1 -.213 13 2:1: H, A. green ____________ L29 Sunday. -
Jesus then
gogue. spoke what Is prob- 1,01" 1 2 K elk 11 J. T&
Nicodemus' first words show ably the most important statement How do all things work togetherfor 58.: (''11 II..Mltton 211 8 12 IIlr. AnM,1I118 W.ller ____ 11.21 "That the stabilization of the
that God Answer 12. In perfecting character, what; Lds 1 4 or nik 31 L. date Easter Is of social
those love of great
that Jesus 'was a divlnely'commissloned In scripture, "as Moses lifted 'ri1v _:::2S
('os sub. __--- 8 U 1, C. Pow811 ____. ______ 8.18
teacher," and that His up the serpent in the wilderness read Romans 8:23.: must come to all? "And ye have' Lot 4 Ilk 38 L. T. & C"'" and economic Importance was::

teachings was "authenticated" by even so must the Son of man be January 19 forgotten the exhortation which 1 Lots Sub.8"Iv.P fflk___I___Davis______and_ ._211 II 22 Charlie, 'f'hoal1la.. _.. __ ._ Des agreed by the committee. It Is pro-

his miracles; that he was "a lifted up: that whosoever believeth Boast Not-Boast not thyself of speaketh unto you as unto children Trut-y' addition .28 8 U J.If.! Trilby __ H___ .___ 14.\1\ posed to the churches that this date
teacher believe tomorrow for knowest not my Son, despise not thou the All Hlk 20 Temples addlI be set the after the sec
sent from God. If we In Him should not perish, but have: ; thy .. as Sunday
I- 211 13 U J. H. hitch ______.___ __. &4.80All
that Jesus and the writers, eternal life."" The story of the what a day may bring forth.- chastening of the Lord nor faint 1 111k... D l7 F itlstags ond Saturday In April. The meet-

Matthew, Mark, Luke, John, Pet brazen serpent Is told In Numbers Prov. 27: 1. when thou art rebuked of Him: for Lots addition 1 3 of_Falk_ ._2__In___J_,_D.__28 .13. 23 John A, Curtis __________ 81.10 Ing concluded that the world Is

er and Paul actually lived and 21:4-9.: You should read it What la the Joy of the ransomed whom the Lord loveth. lie chasten- Jon,. .addition 211 G U H. C. fitch------------- 21.58 likely to benefit from fixing the
made the statements set out in in connection with these words of ? Answer, read Isaiah 35:10.: eth, and scourgeth every son whom: f'Jn" third Inler..t. In Lots. date of Easter, which now varies
I 4 of ilk I In J. D. Jon.
the New Testament concerningJesus Christ. January 20 He receiveth. Heb. 12:5: 6. .4/1I1I"n ._ .28 8 2:1: Turner, rolt It Carrls _n 8.41 over a period of thirty-five days.

then we ought to believe Then Jesus further spoke verse I Afraid Yet Trusting Be merciful 13. Is this chastening a pleas. COlli.nr Cull lfitltt\and orange H] of Slit lute cur Ifr fluMlneHs especially would be aided

that Jesus had supernatural power 16 of the third chapter of John, unto me, O God: Mine ene- ant experience? "Now no chasten run H 106 rt 11 J 2'A. N it Is believed. A note was drawnup

performed miracles and was which is perhaps the most beloved mies would daily swallow me up: ing for the present seemeth to be \v.6n ft, .. itICLlt St., hrg.thence_- 213 8 23 Unknown _ .__ 19,60lilk which was designed for the var
the Son of God. verse in the Bible "For God so for they be many that fight Joyous, but grievous: nevertheless All U ex .Irlp OJ' land. lous governments to send to representatives
"Jesus answered verily "verily, loved the world that he gave His I against me. What time I am afraidI afterward It yleldeth the peace 10 It a In off N sldn lot of the churches."
4 and all In" II 8 7 Tem
1 say unto thee, except a man be only begotten Son, that whosoever will trust in thee.-Psalm 66.: 1-3. able fruit of righteousness unto pie' addltton ____u_ 28 .8. 22 S. n. John. ----. 131AA This statement, Issued by Dr.

-=- .. '- Marvin the American representative
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I : THE MAIN THING ON MAIN 5mBT-" By 'L.. K Van Zelm 1 1ttiy calendar that the revision blank-day, clearly calendar shows ad- 1

vocatea have by no means abandoned -

-U__ the blank-day Ide, and are
)3UlZ NOW 1 DOr T GIDDAPFIEETFOOT, I definitely planning to bring the

cueIEADIN6 Y WAJ4NA TMii rs out matter again before the Leaguefor

NEWSPAPER\ ryUTHIN' BIT5Y AArIcE ." I consideration at ,the quadrennial .
session on communications

DOC: GRAVES II I transit In 1935 so It may become

/ effective "by 1939, which year be
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ISSUES ON I
llHinRltlLt HEMSTITCH / HIU.JLJ gins on Sunday"
1\ \ Piirf:> 1
AFTER\ !; ? BEING [LfJN-; PATRICK (D'LEABTf UVNMI UtE55MAlli1i&: eiEV01f \ This means that we must not
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s?.1 D EW A PASSING: i s slacken our efforts to enlighten the

fREiGHT, tft GRAVES/ public mind on the evil cotisequencen -

CUR CPTiMlSTiCUNDERTAKER.! 1 Involved In such a heaven-.

CONTINUES r1 defying scheme
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OH Hft W'fTb 41v0u[ / n C. S. Longacre,
AID Tut" INJUREDIN In Advent Review and Herald.
tE. 'bMA'SM UP AT .
THE FOOT OF PUTTS; I'ltEHItYTEKIAN:

MILL. -

Services Sunday January 17, as
THE DEATH ROU, follows:

JOHN GLUTTEn 10 a. m. Sunday school, J. M.
DIED 'tE rERIA'f Truby, supt.

I Af TER FETING 'IF +,r ::"' ... I 11 a. m. Morning worship, ser
4x 7EN HY-'f MAc -ft Lt3I1 (ELM--+ mon by the pastor, "The God of
V .
CUITb. .- - -.--..---.- .-...... .. -- -.- Hope."

1 6:30: p. m. Christian Endeavor.
Topic "My Share In my Home."

I DOROTHY DARNIT By Charles McManus I (Has youth the any home responsibility? Helping bear regarding

.. the) burden. cheerfulness. .. klndll....
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IE TV PLAY DOOOQ ( ILL OE YOUR DUISE/S ION MEI..0F OPEN YouR 9E C RtFUL 01 ness, helpful services, etc.) Lead.
I'LL OE THE DOCTOR I THE NURSE .c'doT3 Ow 1.rr er, Miss Lucille Mitchell.
MOUTH TIERttOMtTtaY
THE
7:3O:
p. m. Evening worship,

song Prayer and sermon.meeting Wednesday at

ro2i Th\ 7:30: p. m.

t4)L A cordial invitation to all our

f ,, services extended D..nSTSunday to all.


school at 10 a. m.. A. J.
Thomas, supt. Our business men's

r class Is'coming along In a fine way

Now a young matron's class I.I.* to
be formed. Come early.

Worship at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p.

1 m. At the morllng service we will

1- speak of the Apostle Peter, the

man of Impulse.
J 111L .
\ y. J 2(4Y SAXTON

Preaching every first and third

Sunday at 3 p. m., by Rev. W, B. (

Christy of the Lawtey Methodist ,
church. Preaching services on second -
and fourth Sunday at 11
,
_..... ........... o'clock by Rev. Sellers of Jackson ,
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'""-- llle, and singing In the afternoon Iat

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r T Bradford TelegraphEstablished County Telegraph. That's turningthe willing and capable. In all fairness payment of only money -that was vertising and correspondence --for""
County tables--autos running from and Justice, Mr. Gray is en- used in rehabilitation of the nations the club.
i From Other Pens i horse-drawn wagon. Bet the critter titled to nomination and election after the war was over. I

1877 gave 'em the horse laugh, too.- for the full term wtlhout opposi- Several months ago, President
Briefs t
Stale
TImes-Union. Hoover, acting without anything Items

1t :, Published Weekly o- Fridays and Entered as Second Class Florida is grieved to learn of the -0-- tion.We don't know that any opposi- resembling legal authority, agreed Crestvlew Nlcevllle highway I

!Matter at tale Post Office at Starke, FloridaE. death of State Senator E. M. Johns Our Simile Corner tion Is contemplated. There should that the nations who owe us need completed.Plant
of Starke, who was president-elect As colorful as new neckties.As be none. Not only Is Mr. Gray en- make no payments this year. His City Citrus fruit move-
broke as the average man In titled to a clear road! because of excuse was that to do otherwise ment heavy from this point.
____ ___ Owner and Publisher of the next senate.-OcalB Morning New
E Matthews _- ._ --- Banner. January. the circumstances requiring him would bankrupt some of our debt- Smyrna-Construction un

J. C. Robinson -____ ._ Uh -..__ -____ Managing Editor --0An As popular as penny postcardsin to be elected twice In two years, ors, principally Germany. As a der way on new fish and shrimp
old-timer Is a man who when Scotland.As but there isn't any good reason result, payment which would have packing house and dock on city-
rr he sees his boy driving a car with prosperous as whoever got why he should be displaced. He run considerably over a quarter of owned river frontage, east of McDonald
? SUBSCRIPTION RATE one arm around a girl can remember -I the contract for furnishing note paper has been a moat capable, diligentand a billion dollars were not paid and, boat yard.
when he used to drive a horse to the League of Nations.As courteous secretary of state. taking their cue from this, Eng- Key West New sound equIp-
Yearly, $1.50; Six Months, 75c-Payable In Advance the same way.-Tampa Times. One full cC grunts as a Greek He has a stack of appreciative tes- land and France are now consider- ment Lake Installed Worth In Monroe Theatre.

Advertising Rates on ApplicationTag arm around the horse? wrestler.As timonials from all parts of the ing a joint refusal to pay any part New night club
for
S ------o foolish as trying to beat Wall state which would discourage any whatever of what they owe us, now, opened winter season on Lake
Avenue.
One-half of the candidates will Street without a supply of extra opponent-the fruit of good ser- or in the future. '

!II! Tag!U! wonder how the other half can afford shirts. vice.We And now, having played Santa Bartow'Frigidaire Installed in local water cooler -
Tag to make the race.-Starke As big a lie as the speedometeron have not heard of any formidable Claus!' to Europe, Mr. Hoover notifies post office.
o Telegraph. And the rest of 'em a used car.-The Pathfinder. opposition to any of the officers congress that unless some- Miami-Everglades for Hotel opened
season.
A balanced budget is usually one-sided. will wonder what the others expectto --o- who constitute the governor's thing is done immediately, the St.
get out of the campaign any E. 1\,. Johns cabinet. They have made United States will find herself on Augustine-Hotel' Cordova
o way.-Bronson Journal. (Gainesville Evening News.) good records which opposing can- the verge of bankruptcy.Does opened for season.
If you are seeking a hard job, try to please everybody.o -&- With the passing of State Sena I didates would find it difficult to It not seem that he might Miami Beach Fleetwood Ho
:: o Oh ye PoKAGraphers, to the rescue tor E. M. Johns, not only does successfully attack. We mentionMr. very well have considered this before tel being renovated preparatory to
haste, Bradford countylose a good citi Gray's case specifically, be- Illegally relieving our debtors 'I reopening.
to
candidates not too
far county are numerous men- Clearwater
zen but all Florida Surveyors relocat
loses of Its
one
A momentous question has arisen cause he has been called upon to of their admitted obligation to
tion. It a Leap Year maid ask a bachelor's most brilliant eons. Markley Johns, do more in a political way than Is pay? tag state road No. 15 in front of
''i o ., hand as he. was known to his close usually required of a state official. Seminole Point tract on which
friends, though only 33: years old $900,000 federal soldiers' home Is
will be to frazzle in the Should she go on her knee or his'nPerry ? --- to be
"My Fellow Citizens" worn a com- News. had developed into an able young Hoover Inconsistency CLUB BOYS TO SELL CKOTA- erected.

ing elections. statesman and one of the state's (Key West Citizen.) L.IU.SEEU COOPERATIVELYThe Clewiston 2,000 men recently
---- o-
g o The modern bathing suit has most influential men. He was a Disclosure of the'nation's financial employed at U. S. Sugar Corpora-

been accused of but friend to rich and poor, alike, a status on January 1, the end thirty 4-H Club, tion's local sugar mill.
Culbertson and his system won but the victory is not many fallings grandson of a grand state. The of boys who Miami Beach Van Ness Hotel
no one can say it attempts to conceal the first half of her fiscal ,year grew an acre each to Crotalarla opened for
worth crowing over. anything.-Starke Telegraph.Gosh writer loses an esteemed friend makes It clear why President last year have saved a large quan- season.
Orange Park
and The $35,000,,
Evening News Flor- night
exfM joint
o we are glad that some one Hoover has sent to congress a tity of seed and have pooled these club opened block
ida one
In beyond
It's not a hard job to keep money moving-when you has come to the defense of that bereaved extending family.sympathies to the special message urging enactment seed to be sold] cooperatively. track. dog
of
suit!-Bronson Journal. legislation which will effect ma- After harvesting these seed and Lake Worth
I Venetian
Patio
find some to move. u- i jor economies. ,
can
--o--- threshing them, the boys were call-
H supper club, opened no Lake Ave.
A Loss to
Florida
prt o The business man who figures It This on the fact that govern- ed together by County Agent L. T. nue. Key West City fire
(Palatka engine
Is cheaper not to advertise could Dally News.) ment has spent in the last sixmonths Dyer, and formed the
they
It will be a top-heavy ballot if all the candidates for gov- The death of Senator E. M. Boys room on Greene street cleaned and
also save money by calling an un- $2,534,229,206, while its income 4-H Crotalarla Club of Union and painted.
ernor succeed in sticking it out. dertaker instead of a doctor.- Johns, of Starke who passed awayat has been only 1148779808. Bradford nminHoa- -. fnr thA mirnnnnof
H i o- Starke Telegraph. Would amountto a Jacksonville hospital at the This shows a deficit of $1,385.449-: promoting the growing i "of this I

n \ Tampa Times says one of the hard jobs of life is forgiving just about the same thing any from early age the of state 35 years,'of has the removed 487.In crop among the farmers and club -0---, --- ......_ -'_
one most
way.-Bronson Journal. other words, Uncle Sam has boys and to sell the seed they had
1 the success of one you do do not like. --- 1 brilliant and valuable of its'younger spent considerably more than twiceas saved this year.

s u The Dade City Banner may be statesmen. much in the'last six monthsas For their officers, they elected ATLASThe

Some authority says in Iceland a visitor must kiss every right In saying it is not the high section It has of deprived the': this' Immediate his income has been. Ortho Matheny, Brooker, director;
j cost of living these days, but the service' of one its Equally as striking is the fact B. K.,Johns, Lake Butler, vice-dI-
zerlP m'S member of the family. Iceland is right. high cost of out-doing our neIgh- best friends, tor'Senator in Johns had that the public debt now totals the rector, and Carl Dukes, Dukes, sec- Standard Oil
ever been active
r 0- bors. Starke Telegraph. But highway devel- unthinkable sum of $17.025,449- retary-treasurer They adopted

tH Since the state has legalized pony and puppy races, Wau- think of the awful consequences if much opment to and secure had the personally we failed to outdo "em!-Bronson I more than a year ago.. It is difficult an adult advisory committee com-
.' chula Advocate wants frog hopping'legalized. Journal. and the later completion of high- to visualize this sum in termsof I posed of Mr. S. M. Dukes, Dukes, YearFrigidaire
in Jfro No. 28.Presidentelect.
v 0J -S.- way money alone, but it means that chairman; Mr. E. Bryan, New Riv-
J y Brisbane says advertising will cure depression. It's As one editor sees It, you came of the Florida every man, woman and child in er, and Mrs. L. T. Dyer, secretary-
senate .
Senator Johns NNNNN Nt
Into this world with nothing on would have these United States has his future treasurer, Lake Butler. This is
',V+ : 1f'.... been well advertised during the last two years. you but If you'll live in a little automatically became governor of mortgaged for $140-odd dollars I, the first junior cooperative selling
S a burg they will soon have plenty on the state in the event a vacancy and that the amount Is rapidly organization ever formed in the

The big question staring candidates in the face today is you.-Starke Telegraph. And If had occurred in that office subse- Increasing. state, and is sure to' create con-
you pick a big town they will soon quent to the assembling of the next It would not be hard to understand siderable interest.
what of them going to do after the election. regular session of '
some are take plenty off you.-South Jack- the legislature.Or 1. Mr. Hoover's urgent demand These boys rented a 'machine
cir 0 sonville Herald. he might have succeeded to for economy, therefore were it not which they used in recleaning their the three year guar-

: Most fishermen get more pleasure of telling about the -- that office In the event of the resignation for the attitude he has taken In seed, then they stored these seedon
Legislators of Florida and hun of a governor with senatorial the matter of foreign debts. In second floor of :Mr. Driggers' anted electric refrigerator
!F one that got away than they do from eating what they; land- dreds of citizens are mourning the aspirations the face, however, of the condI- store, Lake Butler to let them dry
r is'it j ed. passing of the sincere and likeable A brilliant lawyer, a rising politician tions he now sets out, he suspended thoroughly before sacking. The

:' 0 state senator from Starke, E. M. a sane, and level-headed payment of all debts owed us Lions Club of Lake Butler is spon-
''it Johns president-elect of the sen- business man, E..M, Johns was apparently by foreign countries, an unthink- soring this club and Is furnishingthe
x i Raising the postage rate to make up the deficit in the ate of the: 1033 legislature. Senator on the threshold of a most able procedure, especially as it was place for storage for the seed. For sale bySmith's
tois .'; postal department is like raising taxes instead of cutting ex- Johns passed away in a Jackson- illustrious career., It Is especially in violation of the constitution he These seed are of very fine
ville hospital, a victim of pneu- to be regretted that he was not has sworn to uphold.Of quality, and are being offered for
penses. monia.-Live Oak Democrat.o spared to continue the splendid the $17,000,000,000 the gov- sale to the farmers and club boysat

o- -o--- constructive work for his native ernment now owes, some two- very reasonable prices. Many Service
Lake City Reporter is of the opinion that continued snows members of the S. R. P.A* state in which he took so much thirds was loaned to European nations Inquiries have already been received -

Oil 1' in California will compel that state to get a new chamber of will meet at Starke on the third pride much and to which he devoted so after the World War was from several of the Southern -
r ing"t energy. over. Not one cent of this sum states and it is expected that
in
Friday January, and its is desired Station
commerce. and urged that we have a --o went into the prosecution of the that the boys will have no trouble I

H; -0 full attendance. The state press Death Takes From Florida A war. All of the money loaned disposing of their 10,000 pounds of I

; '': One bad feature of this leap year for the kiddies-in its will meet In Live Oak In March Useful Citizen anybody to help] whip Germany seed. All Inquiries should be addressed Starke Fla.Bummumiiiilamiiimii .
ve Y' and the local association will wantto (Gainesville has been wiped off the slate. The to the secretary, Mrs. L. j ,
Dally Sun.) /
ste leap it skipped Saturday for Christmas and that day will come get square In behind the par- In Alachua county and especially United States Is asking now re- T. Dyer, who Is handling the ad'I ....-.-,- .... .,- .. ....

N, 4j t'' on Sunday. ent association and help along In Gainesville there prevails this

{C rounded every way possible. Let's make morning A bewildered sense of : + . + + . -+- +-+-+-+-. + + + + .
the keen
rnC Leesburg Commercial out its fifty-sixth year Starke meeting one hundred personal loss In the death of +
l percent in attendance as business E. M Johns of Starke, state
off I:/lwith the last issue of 1031 and forgot to mention it until two of importance to every member, tor from Bradford county, a former sena--

[ weeks later. will come up 'at this meeting law partner of Judge A. V. Long :

f ,_o Perry News and a graduate fc'f the Law Collegeof [ PRINTING
-- the of
-u- University Florida, there-
tht Florida has the lowest per capita debt of any state-12 The state has lost an able leg fore at one, tlro\\,\ a resident of the

cents. Evidently Mr. Per Capita is not the gentlemen e are islator i in the death of Senator E. University CIty.It .

t l doi L; 4 taxed to support. M Johns of Starke, presidentelectof was said yesterday at a meet- I
} the senate In the next legisla- ing of the local bar group, that .
a S 0- ture. Senator Johns was a man Senator Joht."-?;probably had as I
According to the Times-Union Canada and Detroit are who commanded the respect of all many friends la Alachua as he did

SiWnan' w connected by tunnel, not funnel. Funnel is not needed where with whom he came In contact and in his own county His unexpected
:' oven of those who did not always death In the prime of life, is of ..
e Canada is on tap. agree with his!! views of legislative course a cruel blow to hIs Immediate { Commercial !
y 1309aild!
N4 rf r ? o matters. North Florida owes to family and intimate friends

Since the Culbertson-Lenz tournament, Perry News says him thanks for much of the legislation and a shock to his colleagues in the
lai which has resulted In a net Florida! legislature, both senators ; ------
Stupid Stella has discovered that I
an informatory double is
lie work of good roads second to none and representatives.. Had he lived, +
not a twin sister who tattles. In any section of the state. It will I he would probably have been the

-._.-.--0 be difficult to name a successor as presiding officer, as president of OFFER YOU a careful :
president of the senate who will the state ,
senate, at the next session -
cesexi Tampa Times takes to task those writers who use Xmas give the same promise of fairness of the'legislature, he having WE service artistic t

+ for Christmas. Right or wrong, the X marks the spot where and efficiency.-Tallahassee Dally been nominated by the Democratic j personal ,

li ? the last ten dollar bill changed hands. Democrat.-v--._--- //the caucus last for session.that post at the close of printers who think as 4t+
S\
o Until the taxpayers think they There can be no argument with '" "" !IIflIIlIIIII! 4i t

That Palatka minister who shot a bootlegger in the back ,are ready to shoulder the tax bills death; the void remains, however, I well as print, and have

? must believe in practicing what he preaches, even if it does now paid by the railroad's!!, they and,Yfe wonder J:,why /splendid men,

grtr t require the breaking of a commandment.o need should of give our railway more thought lInes.-Starke to'the constructive real leifllera genius and thinkers, are taken, men from of every modern piece of !

o Telegraph. It appears to us that their soene activities and those, equipment to give you a
Florida paper says what little profit i is left the the only thing the railways need ,perhaps less worthy, are left. Yet ....

chain stores after paying their tax is taken by burglars. Even la What more passengers- and freight. the example of such a life as that service second to none. t
can the tax payers do about of Senator Johns will continue to f, _' ,
f ; I' burglars know that stores that advertise keep fresh stocks. that? If the railways can not be an inspiration for years to :."". '

fl o meet the,oijmpetltlon of the motor come. .. : .. Our prices are right and
*f t4M lines-It la jh Jt+ *too.bad. Neither No doubt the attendance at the
th&tc Hoover kindly consented for foreign countries to skip: the tax payers nor the governmentcan funeral rites! tlmorrow.forenoon at : t.'. if wish detailed informa-
interest payments oh the trifling twelve billion dollars lent force the people either to ship Starke will bear outward expression '

} them since the war. Prosperity would be here on the jump by rail or ride the passenger trains of the sorrow and the respect : tion on a job just +
if American money could be returned home. and certainly the tax payers are of the people of Florida. get on
on unwilling for the government to --- -o- 4
-0 take their money and give it to Kntltlrd to a Clear Road the line our number's 29.

eeeCOf+ Disgusted because his old wreck of a car wouldn't run, a the rail lines for rehabilitation pur (Tampa Morning Tribune.) .

man shoved it off the road and set it afire, and as a reward poses.-Green Cove"0It's Spring Times. Robert A. Cray was ,appointed aaaasnMsea.srIrn I aygguie, *aarnt0mnaia! 4i
secretary of state bY' Governor
for removing another piece.of junk from the highways, he been a long time since the Carlton, to succeed W. M. Igou "Ready When S
( was arrested-probably because he sought to evade buying last one, but there are still enough who, after being appointed to succeed -
asS teams in this section to stage an H. Clay Crawford deceased,,
a new tag for it. You Want it
of } occasional runaway, as evidencedby resigned on account of 'Ill health. ,
o a horse pulling a wagon down The circumstances were such that, ; Art iiiid Color Printing
pets The Suwannee River Press Association meets in Staike to. the main business street Mondayat shortly after appointment, Mr. Right When
which could be termed an excessive Gray had to enter a statewide
night. Although the association
is
made -
''t mib" up of a few weekly rate of speed. Another noticeable campaign, fof election for the un- You Get it"
newspapers along the northern border, of Florida, it i II) a live feature was that"all this i expired term in the primaries of

bunch and they manage to drag throDgh'thc time the autos cleared the way, 1030 The,-election was ,for only
monthly sessions for the I 'unIMInInNaUIYNtlIIIIII11000I441'I'' '' '''''' / \''''''',,,"IHIIMU,\ "''''IMilll\ | '\'I''''II',,''IliUIHIIinilUIUIni' '' i I AaW,..
( without taking up too much of the time with business.. horse, instead of the horse two years, Instead of the,full term
we' moving aside, to Jet the gasoline to which a state officer Is usually
the -0 buggy speed byj ,Jt, was ,only a entitled after'winning an election. -
Neighbors often in short spurt without damage Now it is TELEGRAPH PRESS
N' drop to borrow the newspaper, but any necessary for Mr. Gray
'k on either side the horse evidently to be
r S the Arcadia Arcadian asks if the neighbors have again nominated and elected
ever dro remembering that he had better --which
? : ref ped! in to borrow the weekly collection of circulars that some save his strength to pull the wag campaign demands twice in two carrying years.on a STARKE :-: FLORIDA

s users think are a: good as advertising in the local paper? on through some of the muddy This, we take it, Is piling it on ,

fur holes on the way home.-Bradford, the shQUlders of one man, however S, . .' . ". + ' . -.-.- .-* _. +- ...I IIII

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