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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: February 12, 1932
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Ly will' Later Supply Exact Of the Senate 1r At the meeting of the Blccnten-!I Chautaugua OpensAt With a beautiful- ceremony of "

Population of Town Listed SPECIAL BICENTENNIAL nal Committee Feb. 9 there were ibeystoneheights: addresses, songs and prayer the i
By Streets and Numberslarke CHrKCH SERVICESThe i 12 members present. John William Alvarez: Memorial

Leesburjc Man In. Selected for Important Jt was decided to serve hot tea Opening their 1032 program last Fountain In the grounds of the

has C83 buildings within pastors of the various Pont by Holdover' and wafers at the entertainment, Tuesday night in Its sixth winter Starke Woman's Club was dedi-
jcity limits 440 white and 134 denominations in Starke Senator and the chairman to appoint a subcommittee assembly, the Florida Chautauqua cated at 3:30: Wednesday afternoon

|red, according to information have decided to devote a to serve. presented the Green Room Players In the presence of a large gatherIng -
{ compiled! by :Mr. Lee Water- share of their sermons on Senator T. G. Futch, Leesburg P 0at Tne chairman was authorized to of Stetson University In "The Rear of prominent club women and r

who is engaged in a number- February ;;'1 to the lessons will be the president of the 1933 appoint three Judges at the entertainment Car," proving to be an absorbing! distinguished citizens from many '
8ystem for the town. He has expressed by some phase of Florida senate, according to a cau- to select George and Martha and pleating play from beginning/ part of the state The' ceremony
at work for two weeks andre George Washington's life and cus of the holdover senators in Washington on the evening of to end. This marked the third season took place on the beautiful grounds. r
[. his labors are ended each character. Tallahassee Thursday afternoon.He the 22nd. I this aggregation ball delightedIts of the club, the speaker of the occasion ti
e within the city limits will These services will offici- was selected to nil the vacancy The committee decided. to ask audience. being Mrs. W S. Jennings
jisslgned a number and there ally inaugurate the Bicentennial made by the death of Senator E. the mayor to declare a holiday ,. Tonight Feb. I2th. the University past president of the Florida Federation
be filed with the city clerk at Starke and It seems M. Johns of Starke. Nominationby starting at 1 p. m. on the 22nd and of Florida Glee Club will present of Woman's Clubs, and z
its of every person residing fitting that the church should the caucus Is tantamount to to request stores to c1lIe.1'l1e ( their concert. Thin club Is state chairman of beautification.
iln town and the number and take a part and take the lead election provided he is re-elected Y w ) morning program was approved composed of fifty young men, and. Tile fountain, li a fine work of
tlon of the house they occupy. In this important occasion. from his district. I !, the order of events to be: college songs, choruses and solos art designed and executed by the
ther Information brought out Wyman, Chairman Eighteen holdover senators cast I Flag raising and bugle salute to will give varety to a rich program. noted( sculptor, Albert Bruner.
ils rounds Is about 90 percentthe ballots-three of them by proxy- i I the colors. This feature pleased the audiences Out of a poolitti walls of native

homes occupied by white in Thursday's nominations. The Prof. Dean Slagte. 'Chairman r ol Fledge of allegiance to the flag last year and many will want to .rock rises a pedestal with n grottoof
dents are owned by them while first ballot found Futch and Sena- the; faculty. committee on athletics by all. I hear it again.Tueaday the some surmounted by a
colored section shows up still Post Mark/ of Mount tor A. H. Wagg of Palm Beach tied of the University of Florida who Prayer-Dr. G. F. Lowry. 1 February Kith, "An group of conventional dolphins. fi

[ter, 95 percent of the homes be- Vernon with nine votes each. On the second was elected vice-president of the Two songs by school children, Author's Reading" by Clinton with a spray-Jet treatment that la
owned by the occupants. Mr. Virginia Post ballot Futch received ten votes Southern Conference at 1U recent "Mail Columbia," with pantomlne; I Scollard and Jennie B. Rittenhouse unique and beautiful. A bronze

terman also stated that this is Office February 22nd and Wagg eight member meeting.of Prof.the faculty Slagla of haa the been Florida a "Father of the Land We Love. I Scollard, TheMe distinguished tablet set in the granite buttress

first town he has worked Int Senator Hodges of Tallahasseewas law school since 1924.SUGGESTS J\d\JreBs-Speaker to be selected. guests delighted the Chautauqua steps was put In place as a partof i
had no houses for rent his Patrons and local stamp collectors chairman of the caucus. Sena- Dedication of Memorial Trees- audience last year and will be givena the ceremony by Mr. D. C. Wall j,)
vey showing only four vacant who are Interested In tor Bernard H. English of Lake Speaker to be selected. most cordial welcome on their president of the Ocala Landscapo
Mings when he started and theye ing the postmark of the Mount secur- I City was secretary. NEW\ Dedication of Washington Ave return. Service Company, who personally

since been taken. As further Vernon (Va.) postoffice on mail Senator G. Frank Andrews of nue.Adjourn. For Friday, Feb. 19th, "A Song supervised the construction of the
,dance of the congestion he matter bearing stamps of the Greenville said he favored selection Recital," by Mario Cutayar, an fountain and pool and the beautl-
ted twelve homes are occupiedtwo Washington Bicentennial aeries of a president of the senate as CANAL Afternoon program approved as oustandlng opera tenor who comes flcatlon of the grounds. The pool
and three families, in ad- are advised that In considerationof a whole rather than by the hold- ROUTELevy announced. from the Royal French Opera The Is surrounded by shrubbery end
,lon to those renting out apart- the widespread Interest over members nominating one not Rvenlng program: Hague. trees and the whole grounds have
QtS. shown, special provision has already been of their own number and this nominee '.:.0.-- 'Short play by high school possibly The final program will be rendered been laid out and beautified in r

Ir. Waterman has been occu- made for the postmarking of this' being accepted by the entire County Urge. Chain Luke two recitations. on Friday. March llth keeping with the central memorial.An .
d In this type of work since 1924I bicentennial mall matter at the senate. However he said he madeno 'I And Creeks. Through Clay County Three Colonial songs. Interesting addition to the
recommendation for to Waldo Payne Prairie To Selection of George and Martha ceremonies was the dedication of a
I during that time has worked Mount Vernon (Va.) poatofflce on a change In F.X-HF.UV1CK !MEN TO
procedure but Cedar Key.Broneon Washington Washington Tree, a large cedar set
ty-three cities and towns. His February 22. which marks the of- merely wished to express HOLD CONFERENCE" : In
Virginia Reel. the
his views.Folowing background furnishing a
orda show that of this number ficial
of the qi'lNCY FEBRUARY
opening ,
nation-wide ftetroshmenl8.Jtltorrnal perfect foil for
the
Feb. 6Keen central
Senator Futbh's interestIs figure
irke hRS the smallest Incor- celebration of the two nomination -
rated limits of and the hundredth Senator Pat Whitaker of being manifested by the leading dancing after close of with Its urn-like spray. The tree
gest and best rated any second-class first anniversary of the birth of the Tampa, president of the 1931 senate citizens of Levy county regarding program.No Tallahassee, Feb. 6.-George I. was presented to the club by N. D. d dWe
president. the physical to be made action was taken the Martin of Tallahassee vice com- nwright, Bradford '
stofflce of any town of Its size In moved that all caucus mem- surveys by on proposal county
since authorizing the February 22 bers bind themselves to abide the United States war department to present an historic play ata mander of the Florida department member of the legislature, and was
ted in the postal guide by
29. The Starke postofflce ranks i cancellation, the postofflce department the result of today's balloting. The at an early date to determine the later date to finance the commit of the American Legion for the dedicated by Mrs C V. Imeson.
is cooperating with the motion was carried shortest and most feasible route tee. third district today announced that of Jacksonville, well known for her
th cities of twice its population. unanimously.
George Washington Bicentennial Under the Florida constitution for the proposed cross-state ship L. Wyman. there will be a meeting of all ex- work In the Interest of beautification -
d having the same rating ,
over Commission, which has provided a the president of the state senate canal. The sum of $150,000 Is e service men in Marlanna Sunday, In Jacksonville and through. ,
Lake Live Oak Madison
City special cachet depicting Wakeneld, becomes provisional available to make the necessary Says Depression 'Will February 21, at 2,p. m. out the state.
}esburg and Klsslmmee. and since governor
the birthplace of Washington and He said ex-service men who are A beautiful
should surveys the board of engineersat feature of the ceremony
i entry into the second-class ranks which vacancy occur in the chief Last for Eight Years
will be not members
placed on letters executive's office. Washington has authorized two of the American LegIon was the unveiling of the
never dropped below the retirements mailed at Mount Vernon on Feb. Those who cast their routes to be surveyed.The are expected to'Join the Legion fountain by a little tot of five ? ,"
ballots
for an office of this 22 in addition to the postmark. In person were:secret Senators first route is known as route St Petersburg, Fla, Feb. 8.- men at the district conference. The I years. Patsy Ruith. Wainwright a ,

nag. Persons desiring this special service Hodges, English Lewis No. 7 and would fc&er the east Sam McClung is a fisherman who territory embraced In the call In grand-niece of the donor, whose be-
Incidentally Starke Is qualifiedr may send a reasonable number Andrews coast at Cumberland sound and has. a little camp along the Boca that within the third congressional quest made the memorial possible.The .
W.
Whitaker T.
| city mail delivery and with the of letters Gary of Ocala S. Celga waterfront far from district of Florida.Governmental .
properly stampedand J. Hilburn of thence up the St. Mary's river thru away program was conducted) by
Palatka. M. O. Har-
irnpletlon of the numbering ays- addressed under cover to the rison of Palmetto the Okefenokee swamp In Georgia the bustle and bustle of tourist ac- I help for disabled Mrs W E. Middleton, chairman ;
|m citizens of the town can secure Postmaster Mount Vernon Va. Herbert P. Caro tivities. veterans, rehabilitation, child welfare
of Pensacola, S. W. Anderson down to EUavllle, Florida and of the dedication committee, consisting -
Ms service by making application. well in advance of the date In order [Greensboro, F p Parker of of thence to the Gulf via Crooked river They call Sam the "Sage of the Legion's Americanism i of Mrs. MMdleton, Mrs. I).
[reparations for village or city Mayo, "
Maximo:
that the Point. program and other topics will be
arrangements
necessary
J. Maxey Dell of and Carra belle. This route E. Knight and Mrs R. J. Davis. On
livery are the same, according to may be made for the special cachet uel W. Getzen of Gainesville Sam- covers more than 200 miles. This It came about like this. discussed, Martin said. Talks will the platform with her were the
r. Waterman and motor routesich prior to postmarking and mailingon Stewart of Fernandina Bushnell J. B. fact alone Is prohibitive on accountof When the endless stream of be given by the state commander, president of the club, Mrs. N. D.
as are now used in Palmetto February 22. The outside of Clark of Monticello. S. Dilworth the great cost of construction golden: dollars poured Into St. Pet- Emmet Safay of Jacksonville, Department Wainwright the two speaker,
fid Ft. Myers on sand streets caput the wrapper containing the letters and distance for navigation. ersburg during the late and lamented Adjutant C. Howard Mrs. Jennings and Mrs. Imeson
Those who
voted I
in effect here If wanted. His to the Postmaster, Mount Vernon by proxy were boom of 1024-25, Sam predicted Rowton of Palatka and others.
Senators J. Turner Butler Route No. 81s the second on the chairman of the construction! : committee a
|gures show there are twenty-two Va., should be Indorsed "For Feb- Arthur of Jacksonville list and it would enter on the east the bubble would burst In Martin said arrangements for Mrs. J. L. Frazee and several
lies of sidewalks within the town ruary 22 Cancellation." Covers Gomez of Key coast through the St. Johns's river December of 1925. the meeting are being made by the Invited guests,
West and W. C.
ud nine miles of paved streets. sent by mail must be dispatched In Chowning of New and across the state from Doctor's It did Marianna post of the Legion( : Ex The program follows:

The 449 buildings in the white time to reach the Postmaster at Smyrna. Lake a few miles south of Jack- I Then speculators and gamblers ecutive Committeemen "M. T. Fountain Prayer Dr.. G. P. Raymond. 7
'ction are classified as follows: Mount Vernon not later than Feb- turned to the stock market. of DeFunlak Springs, Julius Piano& "
sonville on the St. John's river to Solo, Romance (Jean Sibeliua -
lealdences, 321; Business houses, ruary 19, Spanish {War Vets 'Will Deadman's bay on the gulf of Mex- Sam predicted a collapse to take Wernlck of Tallahassee! and Guy ) -Mrs. H. V Knight.

|l It Public buildings, 17; Plants, No. special postage stamp will Meet In Lake City ico. This route halt the advantageover place In October of 1929. It did. Winthrop of Tallahassee; K. A. Presentation. D. C. Wall ( ,
[i: ; Manufactories 8. Colored see- be issued on this date as the Bicentennial route No. 7, being less than Now folks wintering In the Sun MpcGowan of QuIncy, representing Unveiling-Little Miss Patsy
on. Residences 121; Business stamps placed on sale Spanish War Veterans will hold half the distance from coast to shine City patronize Sam. the state Legion committee on Ruth Wainwright
,uses 7; Public buildings, 6. There January 1 are particularly appro- memorial service, "Sinking of the coast. lie doesn't 'dish out predictions child welfare; Clyde Webb of Crest- Quartette The Bella of St. '

|re 650: white pupil attending the priate for use on this mall. U. S. Battleship Maine" In Havana Now come the citizens of Levy on a free bails, but for the love view member of the state Legion's "Mary's (Adams))MemlnmeH/ A. Z.Adkins. .

cal school, and 191 colored pu- The postmaster at Mount Vernon I harber, February, 1898 at county, who set forth the fact that I of It. Junior baseball committee and A, R. J, Davis D E. Knightand
lis. The exact number of people will not fill orders for stamps and Lake City, Sunday, 11 o'clock a. the canal can be constructed for I An Inquiring reporter soughtout C. Ulotint of Pensacola, chairmanof Miss Ethel Griffin.. j
eslding within the city limits willS all covers which do not have m., at Methodist church, February very much less money on a direct the "Sage of Maximo Point," the state Legion's rehabilitation Dedication Address--Mrs. W S. '4
given when Mr. Waterman competes stamps affixed In the proper 14th. Every Spanish War Vet- route from Doctor's lake to Cedar and Asked the lone fisherman who committee. Jennings.

his work, and he estimatesHe amount will not be accepted for eran and his family are urged to Key via the Waldo lake region, to never wears sox-his faded and e Quartette On Wings of Song.
[ number will exceed l.SOO. postmarking. be present. Payne's prairie and Bronson.( This baggy khaki pants held In place (Mendelssohn),-Meadames A. Z. "

Just outside the city limits are ,' Under no circumstances shall I Veterans of all wars and the route covers considerable lean dis- by a single gallus saggy at the 7 Auklns, R. J. Davis" D. E. Knight }
arty< homes occupied by white peo- cash, checks, postal money orders, I public In general cordially invitedto tance than the Deadman's bay i unsupported side-what he foresaw I j1Vim The Candidates and Mian Ethel Griffin. yf
,le, Mr. Watermen stated, and or other forms of remittance be cooperate. route and with less obstacles to I. In the future. i Tree Dedication--Mrs. C. V. IroeHon r,
Ixty-one homes occupied by col- sent to the postmaster at Mount I The program follows: overcome, the greatest of which in Get a load of this. .

,red people. The houses are ad- Vernon, for any purpose whatever. I Introductory by Dr. Roberts, the No. 8 project I U the rocky form "There" will be no prosperity until Six candidates are announcing Vocal Solo, Treed, (Raabach).- # 1
i scent to the limits and this num- This special February 22 mall pastor. ation under the surface and the 1036 he confided. for county office this week and Mrs. R. J. Davis.Benedicatlon .
er does not include many others will be machine canceled with the Song-"America." necessity for crossing the Suwannee "Japan and China will draw the with this breaking of the ice, It la .-Dr. G. P. Raymond '1
'ely a short distance from town. I entire world into a war that will expected that others with political
Vernon .
regular Mount postmark Scripture reading by Camp Com river, which from a navigation
Other information compiled by I with the exception of the covers I mander Wm. A. Wheeler. standpoint would be practically impossible make the last fracas over there aspirations will start making their The fountain war erected by the

Ir. Waterman shows there are 73 bearing blocks or combinations of Prayer by Sr. Vice Commander, Cedar Key has a dredged : look like a ctildren's tiff. dtslreklJown to the voters. Woman's Club In appreciation of a 4
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treeta running east and west and stamps, which will be postmarkedwith Frank Burks. channel to the Gulf and a splendid [Jut that Isn't all, he said Judge. Geo. A. Gardiner Is making bequest to the club by Mr. :J. W. i
F'3: north and south. In addition "One third of all living and ma-j his announcement for reelection
the usual hand stamp. Song by audience. harbor, while Deadman's bay has Alvarez, whose mother and
there i are four avenues, two courts, The Wakefield cachet to be applied -, Talk on hospital work at U. S. none and a channel would have to terial things will..be destroyed before as. county Judge, offering as sisters, were charter fourf
',ne boulevard and one place. MakIng to this mall Is separate and Veterans Hospital. Lake City, by be dug 17 miles Into the Gulf from It Is all over -and rule of the his qualification the years of ser- the club. His sisters, Mrs. N. D. i

Call street the dividing line of distinct from the postmark and Is Sr. Vice Commander Frank Burks. shore line to permit a ship to en- white race" will give way to the vice to the county In that capacity.For Wainwright president, and Mra. y !
Walnut and parallel streets there being provided by the GeorgeWashington Song, "Rescue the Perishing." ter the canal on account of shoal Mongolian. tax collector, two candidatesare Frazee, chairman of beautlflca- ;
are nine continuous blocks north Bicentennial Commission ) Oration-"Sinking of the U. S. I water off that particular bay. The Sam: churckled as he gave out seeking the poet C. A. Knight tlon. Mra. E. E. Canova and Mrs.

and five south. Streets that run as a special feature of the Battleship Maine in Havana Harbor Cedar Key route has no rivers to be his demoralizing pessimistic prediction Is asking for re-election, and opposing P. E. Canova, being active In club ',
east and west and divided by Wal opening of the anniversary crisis ra. February 1898, by Camp Com I crossed but has lakes along the then brought out newspaper him Carl Johns Is seekingthe work. His: mother, Mrs. Rebecca '. ,
nut give ten blocks east and nine clippings to prove that In 1902 office at the hands of the vot- .'
tion. Clear space of approximately mander Wm. A. Wheeler. route that could be utilized. Bowden Alvarez, !died some years
'I he the of 1907 and
blocks west. 2 1.2 by 3 1.2 Inches should be Taps. The board of county commis- predicted panic ers. ago. and Mr. Alvarez left several
In numbering Mr. Waterman's allowed on the left side of coversto "Star Spangled Banner." sioners of Levy county at their the start of the world War In 1914 Ceo W. Alderman, present clerk charitable bequests In her memory. e '
system will show a number to every accommodate the special cachet: Benediction. regular meeting yesterday engagedthe ,and Its end ia 1918. of the circuit court Is making his .
twelve or fifteen feet In the Provision will also be made for services of Colonel T R. "I knew twenty years ago that formal announcement for reelection GREEN CORN IN FEBRUARY \ .

[business district and every twenty the placing of a collection box out- TRAINS REMOVED Hodges, of Cedar Key to go to the depression we are now going and A. J. Thomas announceshis
to twenty-five feet In the residential side the entrance gate at Mount Washington with a delegation In through"" would last for eight Intention of seeking the same King Chandler, one of the coun I.. ,
sections.: All streets running Vernon for the convenience of col Last Sunday was the last day the near future for the purpose of years, he laughed "and that at office. ty's colored farmers, brought aa 1'!
parallel will correspond in num lectors who desire to deposit their the Seaboard Florida Sunbeam and placing before' the board of engineers Its end would dawn the golden era Superintendent of Schools A. J. ear of sweet corn to the Telegraph ,
bers. This chart will be filed with mall personally.The Royal Palm Special designated as 'necessary data to convincethe of prosperity with wealth for a1L"Stock Griffls makes his. announcementfor office this week. The ear was ful
the city clerk and reference to 1 It department has also had requests trains three and four were run engineers of the advtsabllty of market gamblers who are re-election in this issue and ly developed and filled out and be t
win give the proper number for for Wakefleld Va., cancel both being discontinued Monday designating the Doctor's Lake- among the many visitors received he will be opposed for this office has corn now ready for eating. It :,
any building erected In the future lations on February" 22. George from Jacksonville south. Traffic Cedar Key route for survey In addition dally by the "Sage of MaxlmoPoint" by H. B. Wiggins, whose announce- was made possible by the extreme
at his shaded Jungle retreat ment was made a few weeks ago. ly mUd winter this section baa had. '
Washington was born at Wakefield heretofore handled by these trainswill to the two already designated. i
8UWANNEE STORES I Westmoreland County Va., be taken care of by the regular have wondered why Sam hasn'temployed as with usual seasons It is Impossible
OPEN BRANCH HERE where there la now no postofflce by trains. The construction of this canal his uncanny foresight In TAKES! O'ER.W. PRACTICE to plant corn in Novemberand
the board. '
The Wakefleld Va., | Gainesville and playing make It In February which
that name. through the Waldo, "
been his
I have has
The Suwannee Stores, .a branchof poatofflce 1 ia In Sussex County and PLANE' DRAWS VISITORS!!! Bronson territory and Levy county cryptic"Perhaps answer. CoL D. M. Martin, of Plant City was done In this Instance. t .

the South Georgia Grocery Co., bears no relaMon. to the birthplaceof Quite a crowd from over the would Increase property values 1 and Tampa has taken over the .
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with headquarters at Quitman. Ga., Washington. county came to Starke Saturday millions of dollars and make it possible Jacksonville -- Complete new law office of the late Senator E. (
will open a branch store 1 in Starke and Sunday to take a spin through for some of the places: named I I Packer plant Just established here M. Johns, arriving In Starke the Avery Powell member of the I IT1mee
during the coming week, the local 1 Survey by state engineers now: [r the air or witness the parachute to become great waterway shipping I latter part of the past week. Mr. -Union editorial staff, was a '
tore being the 140th In this com underway on proposed new Indian :Jumps scheduled for the after points. state should be sent to Colonel T, Martin will move his family to visitor to Stark Sunday, as he r, .
pangs chain. :ttf.NJ K Guilford tpwn-Port Mayaca highway. I noons. Jack King made his Jumpsas The chamber of commerce and R. Hodges at Cedar Key. Starke upon completion of the ;says. "Kinder fealtng the political
aril be manager of the local store, advertised and the lost one made citizens along this proposed rout A delegation of citizens fromWaldo school: term and will make this pulse In UM Interest of John P. AJ- r i i
and in addition to groceries, this Fort Pierce-Progress made late Sunday afternoon was witnessed will be urged to meet together and and Gainesville will be expected their home. sop" candidate'Jor congressman, .
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tore will carry: a small line of dry during December on dredging ofIntracoastal by probably the largest take steps to aid the movement to to Join the Levy county at large. Avery .to "welt kknownla
good, catering to the want o f waterway channel in I crowd ever assembled at the local 1 have this route designated for sue delegation when they go before the Tampa Bay-Tampa Bay Hotel Starke and his. friends are always ,
tanners and truck (rowers. Indian River area. I airport. vey. AU communications so It is board of engineers at Washington. opened tor tlnter season. glad to see !him. '


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;irliucatoi ..bear th* torch-; thai: '!\ irf-A1 :vJ ; ;:' 1 : "J H ;: S: .'. :. ', u .:. LOSE- "', I I f:* ,:, 11'.Jn" A ..'JoLJ.w BitriJtett! \tjr l: A I S0.1b .'r:, Y!Htut)' L1 1W q av+.f( isl brh"har:" fMr ::1-1, <" RiJMafgiei3r6wn ,,
cnlgihtena the world:..:.It fires the 1 "Ill'the plans Ninth street running Reader t r1 ,I'TlufBradford: girls were,defeated Keen, Joe Andrews C. B. Hayes, leather: *
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imagination and.ambition of ..men'hourlshes ,. beF 1 J. h,e school 4 building The seniors have been throwingsome $ny!,Lake Butler by the scor of 24 The St ke girl'* 'lost a hard 'George Flynn; Dorothy Lee Johns. Fourth grader Billy Jack
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II'gives' t trf to Wishfagtfan dirty! slams"!' at us about a 8'k 41 'FHday nIght i'FP'1qDy ttglr .turnita
the name'of 'genlusf. is f to 20. The girls put Up splendid 'drt; 3.het cat coul t. U Miss Olive Ray teacher;' ; ", Barer'
'. ':wlcgs'! ''lo, dreams, :'and"!might 44udi9ritllaptiij \t t banquet. Everyone-> them 'was flgbt but were not fast enough for Alice f- <*'-.T..1.'Pi l' I' f'J: I ; ,| )prl9 crews ]p
'Jo"hand. and brain. 'Anyone wishing to know the undeserved because! we >intend to t1e Lake Bullertte;'FTh..game Silcox gave Starke the tip- Grade A'JACdIsHartmldr: > Ford{ Louise! )PysaMargaret:) ; !Lowry.:(.
5 Coming1' from but ot'the Bhadpwa'of I. plan, for,, fhls> :new,' arrangement do better than have just a banquet was an easyvlctory for Lak9(rButer of ta I.kt ometlhla'g}j went, wr4Qg' !Mann Goodge, Jimmle Grifffe, Herbert Hart, teacher

th? past,'wearing ''the nilirks'01'strugg'Ie may,receive.Information from .Mr. (anyway theY're'tO <' formal to suit aa they* were1 lelJ.l1ng1J.f! thetoe. Butler.Bail: ti5 1/ftee/n e go brit l' Lake :'iyde, .. Hub-bard, quy} Farris, Fifth, grade: Mary Harriet 1
the' of toll 'i t us' and just' imaginelMtriami'and' : ; roE 1'9.Uedto hop,. 'Era' Edwards, Clara
and stripes Fred-. Scott., '{',otr-r. j '" Jouglaa, Pitzer Carrip" ..Belle Be*- : Flu
'bears tHattipantly'! ,the wisdom''othe''ages f .. .. ..n. Cleo trying to'be'''- be'-"dignlfled'-' ;. : score on "if." : :R th Rowe also itett, .VIOet t) Jphnaon Miss.,, !''ldge Doshlaf'Snyth\Mfrs.,R. H. Bore
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.. .' \STANDAJtO. RING tors that long. .--Quite- pitiful picture t JRADFOUD 111011 r ; f falle.d. .on afree shot.! Evelyn > lId letOQrt .. :Flftri1 grade t: Lorraine HartnJ
The paren of realton' and'' prog- '" : < ian'tlt; ?) '. ,' PLAYS It\OClENNY Stump, Ynadqal, ; goal 'for'Starke.! i MarV': Jaiie Judd,' Melba PrevJMae"'Preyatlf
,teas ''and culture--thb: 'molder 'of ", ;A committee,, has ,at t last been So far we have made no-formal to.'Y"J Rowe' faile4ort, )enbthecr fre rfthqt Second grade!i'Ferol.' Jones.. "":Mrs. ,: ,' Allle' Mae siJ
I ;1 ''destiny-it banishes Ignorance, discourages elected,from .the,junior, sophomoreand ,announcement 'as 'to ;twnat .""'e; intend For' the 0eco d time this season and 'Stump rang,, gp"wa'morip/ k.JD. Walnwrfglit/JJr;:, teacher', J Ploy: 'Thomas, Lucy Ann D'
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vice, and disarms an- "rat" classes for the selectionof to do but here are ou -plans: the Bradford boys' team will play (points." :. Lake, Butler' ..poJsaejout 1 1'hlrd'grade i : Oweu'J yal': ElolieHayea Jeanne Bonevler..' Miss Eu:

a standard ring for dear ole' aa they now:: stand:. ''We hope to MaccJenny. The first ,game was on a'': free shot,: but ,rang another .,, Frances. Oyerstreet.. 'Mar- ,"jerkins'',,'teacher; '
b p at'l'h e very arm of 'demoeracy:1ti n.,H. ,S. The juniors elected Hope serve'a,buffet supper, 'about nine- lost by the score of 14 !ta12_ onthe goal 'presently.: Then Lake Butler -
tke deliverer 'bf the ''oppressed. Haynes and Harry Tyson, the sop thirty or ten o'clock the tables will home court The team>has. got another trtit'I3hot and failed to --- -- ---

It is freedoms' 'weapon-the hope homores, Lois Long, Kitty Hogsed, I be moved,' at the same time we itrong hopes of winning; the game: scot i Stark!?' .got a,free shot and Lois A.'J I'got Iny' complexion, STUNDENTIJJES'. '
',ofjyputh; -"-the Joy' of the !age and S. R. Johns,.the V'ata", Louise hope to have: a good orchestra ar- fnr, iacclenny today forthey"we alsO, 'missed. Then+ Lake, Butler (rdm my mother. ; FROM IXJl'Rl
R And its workshop is the'school- Kite and Dorothy Sapp. What-a- rive and there will be dancing for in inch!later: trim than when. they scored a point on .another ,free Eldredge? Well, she; ought f to -
v 'rb'om where it fosters 'ambition, committeeU'' those wb-dance 'and other. forms played \ &" throw, and missed another ptnrke: take it back td the drug store' and
rt Simulates- ideals' forces the''lock' Let's: hope ,they, finally- agree of amusement for those who don't _._before.oy_\___!UJ __A.. y. f- also mlslled' 'Ql1e. Then Stump put get her: money refunded Gainesville,,, 'F b'1 I (J.-ClydeMcClelland

'that' will open the door tot "opjportunlty not to disagree and present us witha We- hope -everyone willbeeatls. STARKE ISOVS DEFEATS two more, polnta!:on,"tbe/s :ore for ,-,,19-year old Univerel
and. success: It ,Is _the ring we'll all be proud of. fled and have a good time, 'because LAKK:.BUTLKH...TEAM Sterk\\: and thsuart,riended. We are:,very sorry. Mr.. Dowling I of Florida sophomore football pu]
we'velbeen) hard all "' Starke 6 rake Rot .e : >ol latl er'Of Lakeland died in the Unlvl
'spUrce'of: all inspiration. I- lU.l y working 4- + .a '. } was'o.ut'oftCh! < ""par p4
'IT'' IS' Alf IRRESISTIBLE Brooksvllle:-.Dixie.. :}, Theatre being year"so we*could"entertain.- The Bradford'boys''' basketball In the second..quarter X.ake:8tler : week big4be traf'of'itlt e b; ahd'vJe' !lily hospital. here lata.yestefromnjurles1y'eeeived ,

''T'OWER'-ted.: remodeled, \ 'The i Juniors ; team defeated -the-- Valorcdunty fatted'l OQ a free shot"then' rung arp,,W'Y 1.11+tha'ieib,Flttax'kld\ :: j Thur'
"'And 'It ': dedlcate'our'schoo:41eR' ; ]t ; 'thebCore!tjt" '.t& K4' tivo'goaLe. Starke paq a fire..bat night 'in./ .an, automobile accldJ I
Jtp we teani'7by J3 : nLake'Butter .
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"' ," and tnlss d. Lake 'B ', theHaltapd ;11tietlllyi\ l"nlanthsy( ")\1r\ er' near Hampton He. received
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on' b'a: tlei fci this
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: . .. : ,: broken spine."Ae'varstty\ .
;" : I < hard fought game all the way 'Moored;two in.o.re{ .jsolftts.Margaret' month and we do or do not receive ,
EDUVA'rI(l( .' ; <{' I IJ or '+ HtW>f ,: )$il' ama camfs'ln lor our diplomas Doesn't tlm4''Jiasa. tackle McClelland v
C" .J.. : -u' J :I"I"} _Lit.;, Ruth Rowe. 'Lq Cutler, )made'' an- quickly bt.Jr. ,.". "d" ono !Df the Jnalnatays on. the Gai

; \consider'A- hl.ltnAn'soul without'education' I At? itfcf lerfij bQ?ttuu ire ha It 1Dergoal. Statke'ipllpwed._, ._ .ult II ',' I' I I 5.Beveral' squad during> thepast season.
like marble'In the uar"ryl '" .. Starke was leading: with six point,. : DJS' ...f>jiwq "more! IIQ\QIJI.., .!'grad :asptl'llnt'"trotn waS'ireglBterad.ln.-the; College
which'' 'shbwit' none'' of' its 'ln- l.-U""'" ,." .' '. tA {&, front, crave caina,bit k.iq'tJle;Jaat bayf. the University: of(n Florida visited Education sand was at. member
I' '!' 'lierent beauties' until the 'skill 'Of f I .CREAM P.IJFFH:, Ralph;: "We'll, 'he made .JJ1e.payIn 1 aESitletfcAiW; !fed Athene'f : Soth' te,ms, u4d; a ;goal and'Lake I here last advance. .,, .,. ',<--. TReasie S Butieir1''mafle( /addltlpnal from l '
L 'the polisher pitches out the colors, jn or VwOTe. organ's goal 1 \ ,one They- were 'recuperating"! "Three bthera, oDe' them also
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lakes'' 'the surface'shine"' ncf"cUs. Herbert; ")Vhy' do' theycall.youttie'yes'glrlt' I j' near the end of the game won the, The}!'madV another. ,goa? b\lIt.i 'iid exams, ', ,( football1"'player,''also'were' injur
; ''covers! 'level' om'' mentat' cloud, ; ?.-. : i'Whatklnd.9f, oil do you battle ,by.jth""JDllllll1bargfn. .ot..Ut.c Hot count: "X: free: ,shot failed, :toraise I" I when their car turned over wh.
is "Bpof'and vela that'' runs' through Cleo. 'I simply don't.'no'?" use in your,!car !!," u ; .--nry ,IC., ...r) ,,' ...... ..', \'t.J tln.f'T the,j ecore'bet) thed'tbe vlalbrs '- attemptng to,pass''a truck.
''the rbody 'of'1t/' Education',"after 't', ,Henry:,,"Oh,,IUsually; ,begin..by ',/1.1 II .. f'lf : "rang1'' another: goal, troth I ';''McCleUaiid''Vas"'the\}
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c ''thd'eame'"mannet'wben'it''' '. works Coach OlDo'IQlMg,( :>t.cJ 1 f Beret1e telling them I'm lonely,'?,;,"III"/, B. II. S. WINS OVER'" rob! Lean ':'ggt f-; !ffee"s q't'put?::11))1o' qot.cote. : ,:rl L SlIV.CJ; ; and; : :"'Mra: ''James i: 'MctilellandLaketeid' of .

'''upon''. noble hind; draws 'out'to stub 'bdifi& rJ J ;'(' } { --M"'>:j '; I LAKE BUTLER 12-7 Then'Lake Butler: 'madetwo i. .IHJIG ..'.en.l. for >' ,T '' '" "' ,
'.'Eiarecig'ef "NlotraPair; Miriam: "EarEvelynrnlt'ypv've ." : .. .. . "'.. '
"view1 eVery latent Virtue" and'per- siryousaw ',1t, n ,' : of irk more. points, \ 'Thekbirdquarter ;: " .lW : : .i i '' '
; "f(cttonl;' without which' such helps it first". got odd ptocklng .on.:" ..t.uli l ended' '' j '
d;: ." r.'never''able 'to'niake'tbelr'apvjiearancesAddieon r :' 'J.-r,,! Evelyn: "Yes, dearie, that,often one'of largest'crvvt'QA'bf 1 ie sea-il 1joPbtQy 7!$?pitth came r'i;fot'Alice'SI1eoit'and'P8tsyBrnson i ,rAISs.i/ ; ..M.:McRaewu54home e Qsti paTrrl'ea h Operatlci
>Yiore: 6ri't turned': but lI'rld Y'nigh', J.t seeafKe'WayLake'Butier. '' last Tuesday after'apendJ.og'. 'Bev- oft.Associated. W.elf re' Bureau
!: I Visitor: "Do you likeVecltating, happens,,topaopletbathave,, ) $tartedftfmpiI
." '1'. r_ '.. W. .:+.: dear?'*\" Hf t 't ttf 't-j-.i than .one pair'j. -.- 'I",", fj'' ,q was < .... ; f'aice ) fe deptet''.',L .ke',Bxitlet: :made! era.day wiyi ,relatiyeatioy:! 'Jeckeo cannlpg't: ;plant'at'municipal: ednto' mark,
I' 'LAST TYPHOID SHOTS .,' 'L lti Air"; Od, nb; hate it.'reafly.t ,,,, .. ; ,:, I Butter the: 'flrjt'lbicore' f( /goal'; .'9tatkeJ'WbrfeiJ> pne 'kolnt'(ibIi tnyifle.u'> ,, : tuldlngexp, 'c-- '" "'start with
u..1.. : ; 'Bilt'mothet'''Makes me'dor' it When "Stand behind your lover," said ; tfyV.fcWprf Cox'.ma'dV agoalid ; tre ehbt.'" LaW\ ':>Butler to de 1 twp 'Mrand MSs1.W.R.IIalslop-Age.' : sport tlmef.-. .). ._J.

'r; The last: of' the 'typhoid shots, she.;wants;..people'_ to 'go.1'. ."" Ben,,to,.,Ma unfaithful girl, "I'm : 'thj'pcbfe,wse j', eypnj" tlarmoniorgku mdtegdals.' j! rtartrelgoa: irgeihot' andrMra, psCprCresbytan4. lder .. .' .,. .. "
't! which ''were. takeniby-mbstnof' the ,, -' "' ) ,1''" going.tOhOOtliOu.bOtb." got\wo free'shotS but f61iI'&i ilcT; failed; to s<;ore,, and" ;Lake: ,'Bun1et'hrade'anoti fJ.l'A.ivCrpsbyt and nfamilyeptgyed, ; > _Jl- ',. ... ....1 ._ ,
pupils and teachers'were. 'grven Miss Isabel: ''WJ1 y6U''" !boys )\lI 1.1( ? !to make1ether| ;:'gc xi1;; Lake EurlerfapreaentiX f er,goal. Ruth. towknadetyro .I..;fbph17I' t.Cedar:.Creek,a\ Jack? Hi I '
'' Thursdiy.:' ,- please'std exchanging'notes' (In'the Boa ",1 "cmn e." !! got, twpf'freevs&Qts" ; ,more polptatort':Stlarkd. gonviUp.INat,., ')'gesdayhrr., ,, .11. .: '8: L: '11""u"-a' 'rt
It The sh-ota' were* ''fciven' by Dr. bac'k'of.the1'room?"' "* 'f' .>' T ',' IJ i h1t'1Zr c: i > / score, and the.quarter Laite 'Butler' made'- phothgr"l; goo? \. Quite 'number; .people of this ,
wMbrgan: ,; of the state board of J "'Harryi'!' '''Them" aunt "notes. Bob: "I don't want to rent ended with Stark'e! \ and; It kejBufcariy : ,t; Stare called time I ouV'and: )Mar-) and other seoU attended belay ."" i ,.. ', 'ft rt6T *'li.-L." | -

IbeQ1\h assisted by the Health committee Them's1'.dollar bills'.'We're. \'shooting them-iT: want-to. toujrthem'.T "' lgr .; '_ : >am4,'in<; lor,.Ytowe.eithetM1Umeide servieea'at-iPina Level,,chnrch:: last I ,
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' r of the ParentTeacbers"Aseoifatlor crap*... !' 'I' ' 'n.J .1. .'" .j. I" I' I" ': I' :' ,qviarJBrr, ; Lake '{ ''scored; again, and*the Sundays1Mr. > '.' : StdjckEotin :
'.. "' bh '' ADDS" Butler got ,! }ree dot; but failed '"ended :' : .
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'Mts Isabel l i ; pardbii. .\.. .. WANT tJD.ake.It. : ;ame } Atarke,1 1fi'IiakeI3uE-( '! "and''Mrtf. Newn Mott 'and :
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'ma1te"" ne"a' little' indisposed< 'at 'Willie:i"<'"Weir,-' od.bye'Doc.? ''Wfuittd: -'Assist! ant"buther.' One aQe:!,failed on these too';, Sternbergthen :The t qutetanding\ :'! i ,',players"" 'wereChapin children. E.1!: X of.'Lewla HetlBronn'were'Sunday; visitingMrs. ; :Ivory eniaDael .forioc'

r' ''+ the time -of'taking'them it'1s"aeat Doctor: "Just'a mlnute'tive'dot. able to drive and kill himself:' re- missed out on a'free sboU.- ,WU- at'guard;;: Stpmp'atforward F ". | McRae
better to take the shots than. lar 'please." ferred. U.! Strickland' also failed on, two ;: :Brlnsonj; at center;, ,Ruth ii. ?Vbite''snd"II.' :M' : : /
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I td> have :typhoid fever, I Willie;.""What"for fDoctor Man wanted for' gardening-aimto free, shots.; 'Lake ,Butler; got the lowe 'seemed to: be out 'of her motored< to JackBoavill ;Tuesday."b11ss

". -i ... .'. n : "For, medical. i. advice. pre take charge"ot a cow who sings _b>alj down on"t1)elr end;and rang a usual form and DlnklBs.! toad a.,hard t 'Edna Lewls'apeo4.Wednesday OCTAGON COUPON;
I ., goal.,, Morgan, failed to ring a free with :Miss Marie ,
night Alyarez
PLANS! FOR BEAUTIFICATION. scribed. in choir'and plays the'orgd.n.r time staylp .with'her'partner,, SU-
t .y.\ Willie:' "Oh, th t'.' all...'.rightain't -. Lost-i-A: ''palf 'spectacles by'a plot, and the half.ended,: Starke' cox''glvea 'prom of becoming a in DCerblltrsecU: :! | :. 10

''New plans ate being made 'to ,gonna' take ,it" .' \ I man In red'leather' case 'with a silk 2. Lake!,.Butler 4, great; : Jumpipg'Center.'; :, Everyone Mr, and .Mrs; Walter Underhillspent mut (M from'OCTAGON
'beautify the school grounds. ,lining.. Starke started the .last .half by on the team dt'd',good playing but last..Sunday in ,.Jacksonville
''The oak' trees that are plantedon 'Lester, '6nt'' to'dinner, was''puzzled Lost--A bunch''of keys by a gentleman ..- ringing a goal. Lake Butler got puld: ,noE'AOldtakeButler;' down., with Mr, and Mrs. L. E. Haltwanger. POWDERGeiyoui1
the south side of the school are wh.n'he 'saw the'.family bow on a purple''string. one; point ,on. a ;free shot.- 'Theniternberg e .-.
'6 under the. 'care of, Mr. Inman, a their heads.. for grace. .;' Wanted-A boy to gather eggs rang another for Starke. BRADFORD COUNTY HIGH Elder.WE.: Hal of.Green Cove
member 'of'the Woodmen 'of the 'What are you doing?", he asked. foutteen years, :61d. Lake Butler failed on.a'free, shot SCHOOL FACULTY FLIVVER SpngB.\ ,was a dinner guest of Mr.
World. Palm trees are alsa being "Giving' thanks: for' bur dally -2-Russell Kay. Cox ,got .two free shots and in- 1 'I and Mrs.; H. H. Lewis Saturday.
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planted under the direction bf Mr. bread," he1 was told "Don't you 0 creased'' Starke's soore. ,by two 1. \ : ''l 1\

Wymannational forester. These 1 !rIve'thanks'' home Lester?" '. The seniors call their 10k81 points i and. the. third quarter end- t 1\podYtpq"' \bfgtyattAdt.} Dowl-

e trees are being given\ by the different "No", did Lester," we: .pay Jot "Creanipuffs," 1we notice).'.so we'H ed,''Stark 8, Lake Butler 6. 'J'."" Ing; crank, alway ready to start ; 1
associations of Starke.. Frames our : call, ours -Apple. Pie. There was 9 substitute! for Lake; somethingMrs.., Hudson; cutout, ,DR.)" W'MARTINDENTIST: /
h tore being erected around the palms Butler and the last quarter began. source of roise-Mr.. .Morrow; horn, i :
by the school trustees and the con- Mac: "Did you go'to'1 the Character'1 Why l in the' world can't Dad Sternberg scored) two: points -and louder than cutouts-Mrs. Maynard; '
'as tire always behind but readyIn Rhone'U' Il.uri: 0 to B
'Btructloa of these frames is under reader? make both ends meet as easily Lake' Butler;"* fleeing how it was :spare '
the supervision of Mr. Nick Thom : Ralph: '"Yes."' the baby" can. ?.-Florida. Times-" done,''also* scored two, then failed case of; necessity. -Mr.-;.Lpvell; Over. ,Corpenlng's, Drug, Store
as: A a later date camphor trees: Mac f'"Did he bow'anything?" Union. to' make a';free 'shot, Sternberg ,brake always, bandy-Mrs.! Carpenter ; ,
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failed on*a free shot, but"Strick :: -
) hot .air-Mrs., Perkins license,. a Premium
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land made it up'-"ringing a goal. "
S.SCHOOL --DAYS._ _ By "DWIG"h' The game ended,' Starke 12; Lake necessity-Mrs.Longs. ; muffler' ,
quiet,,please-.-Mrs. ,Wall;, .oil.,;another : at aurstore'We; : are
Butler 7.
Ii"" .. .\ .\,,, ,, \ 1",1'I, ; "' necessity-:MJ33 Fernandez; Say.itwith; Flowers
It bard to outstanding
was pick any ._ ... the local
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: t player.' All of them'played a springs, lively part rMrg. Aide n. n" n ", : Octagon ,
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man; motor,medium .
. .. good Starke.game made'i more use' of the McLendon; gas. always. out-. ;Flowers F.pr AH Premium; Agent.
Ethel Grtffln. .
I five-man. defense than Lake But. '.
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i CAMPUS COMMENTS .!!. .... .. ..., Brtidl rd.County

SENIORS. GODBEYANDERSON Farmers ppl Co.
Mrs.= T. J. Alderman and her ,

; Moat, everyone* la interested in school protege, Miss Evelyn Stump Starke Florida
I T the seniors, so we are going to give spent, Sunday at'Klngaley lake.. Phone'39 Waldo Fla ,
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; you a list of them in order that you "

t may know who la expected to grad. Rachel Chaplain, Evelyn Stump, ,. T r .
uate. 'They 'are' Bernie Colson, J and Patsy Brlnson were among theseniors .
RsJnh Cox.. Rtliolln White. Bob I that went- to Lake.louuerwith ..J -
Frtnk,, Louise1 Walter Herbert the basketball team last Wednesday
'ri I Stevens.' Victor Thomas,. ,Lorena night. ,
:*. Green. Louise. Thede.j Louise Edwards ...,:..' '$ ... '

Evelyn Stump. Patsy Brin- "LlzbetA'f William: went .to :
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son-'Rachel-Chmpln. BeverlyCAdy., Gainesville Sunday 'afternoon. 4> Val..e
Henry.Ebasty Ortao Matheny-- (What would the girl.do'WIthout. ) ,,
ten Prices Robinson.:,1J&e1ba.Silcox. .7)HarryrBeer j 29z4.4021! you g.tb.cduie
,'" Cleo'Shepard.Ben Stemberr/ .. -. .A'-5:yam' :] 'U.IONS ot

:j, tam Jacobs,,.Willie Btrleklaad. Gordon and Herbert made a ., .. .1'-4.11\8 r_' ody.dlson4'Gooayea'i"P

.1..,. Wadswortn. and Elisabeth: Wll- visit' to Camp Foster Sunday to '" .. J' .. '"
i'" Uamar )E call on" the' other brothers:-of.!theNaUoaaI'Guard.r.Campl'o.lel'by '
:1. .Did 'you-,notice, ,we,sald' those t.hfin4 t;.

,who ''expected!,graduate, 4' We thei twayila ,-National [Guard .Fall. "I'.' .' t.Ale"
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i tell'you withal the. term papers ,: I 7, o ,+--Esc .....:. .1_!.n Iwa
t-r debates!short: stories, and whatnot ca.mp":4": : ..0'J I !, I 5o.2 .. $5.4:1: CS-1

t ..- S I g .y to be, written some;: t.,them J t wander bow.: many people ," S'.75iU= 6:33 ,br,1'v
nreJ1a.ble.to fall by;_the wayside. disregarded<"Old*Man Depre I4l." '. ...t.,,,- 2Ji5.oo.d:'J>," 6.c
and took ant airplaneride Sunday? .,'tI\. \! .!t Jt :/ ;-,. ,, ..' 6.45J"
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, SF.NIORrRlVlLEGES'' "Dot" Retch for one.-.(Howt.was : -. $!t.
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J : : :As see&by'the'eentors! .... : "..l"l'11! 41J.:1L1 l r I'I.A"+ R EGISTER MOTOR COMPANY -

''That tve-akrp school April Foors We' have Started! a choolrhos- -
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/ t4"I-I 1a and go to the lake bn picnic. pltalivhtch la In Workln order ev Phone 103' ,. '

'r That we; doht have td bring ery.Thursday. when ,. ."tatnt1ng e 'LOUIE'S SERVICE STATION
Kcusea '''for' late. act.tarts" I Iih
being- / ( certainly do-feel aorrj _
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That we are allowed three claas '.for.those' ] .-txt-ar ,-taking-.the.typoold ', on. 8" ..
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outs semester: and'aU study nails \ shorts) ..- : ..l ,
LIi'yy 'h111..ttttqout.! .: -. ...11 Til, .r'-...' .... ...! .'. -. / -
!t, Tbat<..: laY'1'Oupo: town during .r'" .. ,"" "
,t. .. .rece a on Thursday. "GRILJt [ =y j, ; : -"j'I1oidy.errb.drdCo..e
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V. FEBRUARY 12. IDS BRADFORD COUNTY TEIJRORAPII, 8TAJIKK. FLORIDA 1'AGB T1IKKK )

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New of Florida In Short PAtgrraphtilY'>> ., \ .Wp{ a "y.. 'Wi"w"T."l 1 o---j.: 1 our i ny
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;1 I &3v.:. ]iicGauley 'filled his( regular ON.1R CT jfoKthelr, t help real! mr.rt! ,

STATE (appointment fei Deaden Sunday. af I II 4ali In our f i '
LIVE NEWS ternoon.Mr. a'J
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and Mra. Cliff Xlacen: of La- yWyriinc e..it usoi -' .

I rosne,'!uypre "ere.synda afternoon jr. Author 'PRACTICAL AUCTION.naWGf'eopytlitht !f ()nville Thr..*,"l. clc riclcl

visiting l his mot.herRMo.,P. W. Haeon. q -- |>elng complotM by 'flr.rrt.n-mu-.

( UY oui(;EKCHANCES' : ., lane at south of driveway bordering: }
TQLp, > < l.Jf..ty IfoyU,Jr,
Mr. and. Mrs. Luther Sowell of North lIen.lrlJkll. Avenue tAtlott 4,
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'.", : her mother; -While'' here they ARXI4B No:1d Bells CJIiide-H. H, Urncery
Three |non:Were TkiltLtantly -: napping ,and flogging "of Harry, '
tlceJ1o- church at T eaden Co.,' opened kltlonal!
attended grocery
heir plan Ryal, automobile mechanic Many time tn' theN article the of action (lithe bid' you IneBtto malt
when } Twoof
'flyingfield, the indictments 'r. W, Markey and..father were writer" hat itrongly) urged the necrwiiy: should be overbid By your opponent! .tor hrx };
ed neeWitnsses homing I charge the shftiff In Starke ,Monday on business. of making original pidtinenn onicthing. I lave you itarted something that either .
:r sd'a with perjury In connection with I I .Misa Josephine Chesser of dackJsonvllle .! There are certain definite, requirement you or your partner can carry to its r'IIAIN'SCItSitYIM 4''I' ,
red to break from the fuse- i testimony regarding certain incidents baa returned home after of bidding that should be l"IIIcalexmduMion' If *o, it i i. it autnid : 1.
t aa!! .the'croft came occurring' on a trip Sheriff. ,' plied with at ell time, if the player bid. but not otherwise., .
l'' hf the plane t. an'altitude of Keen made from Nevada with Ryal I visiting >her aunt, Mrs. A. J. -Pin want to become, sound Mdder.These When you,are dealer and Lid t on' No. 11, southbound. local 11:33: :
tall spin ;
f a hoisted. le... of suit ihnuM '
requirement are more or arbitrary no trump or one a you a. m.
1 500 feet 1 and Florence. Posey. Rayl was !' Mr, and'Mra. I. W. Plnhplsted of and vary: with the |)(Jaitiolof the convey the exact: Information( tq your No. lOT, aouthb;and; limited 'I0r( '

L lames I freed by the grand Jury afterinIng ", -' Lake ,City ,were ,hue Friday on bidder. for example, it you hold five partner Pifttt In caw of a no trump '1.. m. .
cty- May.charged I returned from'the west{ A' uslneas. heart to the are, king, it I I. a lound bid, that you have at leant two and southbound ;j
No.
attempt to ,commit murder. third count alleges. Keen inducedthe t S heart bid a* dealer but it three player* one-half quick trick., distributed In .' e, ,limited 11:00': Z
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? N i I Oriel Fowler made'i a businesstrip have it i i. round bid by least three suit l in of p.m.Na.. ,
Iu of Chief .of Police Ferlilsoa woman to commit perjury i inthe passed, not con< cat 1\\
ae We 13, to Meigs, Ga., last Thursday. fourth hand. In the came way a bid suit bill that you have a suit of at I :)' 191, southbound limited :!>:* ,
January same case.
e of this city 101...: D. W. Hazen and daughter, may not be*oun Lred In circuit court on Wed- Tampa; Trenton C. Collins, Eunlce'attended; church at ,New bidding but may be perfectly 'jiutifaxl quick tricks in the hand, one of width 12, nnrthhmififj' local, 3:11:: p:
|y morning and pleaded, guilt. chairman of the state committee Hope Sunday.Mx. on the tecond round. i. In the suit bid Original blila. ah".1tI| I m. u ,
| Hal W 'Adams 'sentencedBto for developing of the motion picture .' Waters The real reason for the. wvtatledconvention Kin enact inlormatinit' (or they I JOlt
,and, Mrs. L. R. attended .I.at' II No. northbound limited B:3T:
serve fifteen years In Rat Industry In Florida today announced of( bidding< U the frt that nrat bid of the hand and han I I.,. {_ J
church at Alaohua Sunday. all sound bidding i part of(an harmoniou the chanco to start partner oil on the p. tn.
E prison at hard,.labor: that the commltteo'" is! !. ?!, Mrs. Redd of Alachua was here whole. Each l bldg i if< it b* sound l. right foot by t.Uuig him what you.have. No. 192, northbound limited, 4M:
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.--:-: I' sponsoring a scenario writingcontest. Friday visiting'' her non, H. B. Redd.: should' 1 consider not only the bid It""ll liii i* the time you *hou)>I tell tl.- I a. II& *
irt Lauderdale -Bte Of.all He said a cash prize of $100is Mr. andr Mrr. A. L. Green and but also it* effect'upon and Inte'prctatruth; the whole truth and nothingtionbyone'ipbrtner.IIittell. Wannr tlratWihj '
to be given for the best scenario: him the Imt the trutn. If'ou don't trll the {
.from commercial to pleasure ton. Earl were dinner cueitii of No 101,' tIIll 1' ft. lrt.)>' i
waters of with Florida settings and 'atraos., truth it 1 I. a Bound bid; but if it deceive truth, are laying up tioubM for
sought the rolllng Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd. Jobs at Lncroaiie you No. 102, In at 2:40: p tn. >
him be acon.trued, I
or may )'o"r
0 Reaches, here today for kingA phere The winning manuscript &, Sunday. it i is not nound. Whenever\ you make a Lay a firm founiton! for the part. T. J. Orlffla, Agent. a/
great run of,the fine food script and others Judged to have M. P. Matheny wax In Starke bid, think not only of your own arch nenhin' and you ...illlCe' good reulta; -
was i reported: Fishermen real merit will be submitted to motion Monday on bunlnesi. but aim of your partner and what lie but If you bull" your house on tin Cloning of Malta

re all last night,packing.50,000 picture producers and any ac- Mr. and Mra. Roy"Thornaa and may do after he hear your bid. You and M untruth or mUlnformatlon. M mth
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h ids for the market and 'the cepted will bring their authors the sister Mrs. Matthew of Jacksonville should ala consider your' own course look out, for trouble I la sure to retult Train No. 11)1. letters 10:20: a. m

L+' went .on. at;a rapid!< clip,,to- regular prices ,paid by the producing were recent guests of their Solution, to Lat Week'' Problem."* Train' No, II, parcel pout, II a.
companies he said. Fr mother, Mrs. Alice Thomaa. m. J
No. I
Miss Oene Laird of Madison was North

[Funlak- Drilling operations West Palm Beach=Ownership; of here last week-end''' vlcltlng her t Jl teart*-nine Train No. 12, parcel port 2:60: p.m .-

d lie test aU'weU near here cond a cabin biplane, found .abandoned friend, Miss Iris Brown. Clube-none ,

this week With: *no new,'de- and overturned< on thebeach) _near Mr. ,and Mrs. Emery Mathenywere f ,r .1 > 'U..mlJnde-1 Sp*ciea-A.K. JSpade. Train No. tOg, l letters,. 0 p. m.
pments.:iFtequani\ cores: area Lake' Worth yesterday was attributed In Starke last Wednesday on HearUnone ;" --,--- -= lIum-J Night mallcio.:| NM at 4 p. m.'

taken.. ;The well, has been by federal officials! todayto bualneaa. Out.-none .'j. .. S" Y I Club.noneDismond.K MUrlut> I">" U ItraorhMall '
Etened.the'"Rockefeller: Dime". "two Miami men" whose names H. p.Galney and. mother.. Mra. sA B t I>ia moorl*-rtofteIff close: !, 7:00: a. m.

a L Early.la :.the work a' grand- they' did not reveaL The officers Johnny Minardi, boxing captain bt H. Gainey attended church at New .-p.9.;C.' { 'Z t''I Sped"- 0, 7 Mall arrive, 2:49: p. m.

thter of John D. Rockefeller said. the plane had been ,operated the: University of Florida, and twice Hope Sunday. ; -
r ua West pinner of the Southern Conference Heart- 8 yllsml ,... Mob........ f
iped one ofjbl3fam9us, .dimes\ by Palm?,Beach,, liquor is oil Mr., and' :&frl. S. A. rpxworth l.'lub.K .r "
bantamweight championship
ring1; :andthat. they had sought business In Dally effective Jan 1 IWflt. .
1 the well. ..i ? w a eying'start; In his .1933 flat!. were' attending' U) ," IJIIII.I". .
n to seize it for the past three'weeks. 'rumna."M1DardJ will defend his title JackaonvlU Tueaday.Mra. yp.da.-J, 4 Northbound' .do3;/ : .I'm., 9:19: a.m. fl

el [rry-A new.:sawmill '1s'being Belief. also 'war expressed by the .it the conference ,tourney at ,>Vlrrlnla. Av Bi Crosby and eon. Glen ., 1:09: pi; m.459' ; p.. m., 4lt: .pJ. '
v in this county' by the Stand- officials that a'West" 'Palm Beach ,. this spring and will carry are spending a few days here with 7 re >ife ftIJ trump* and, Z1* In1" the the (Uck of hearts or Z'* el!
Dumber'Company'' about six ,or man had taken 'the lane's' pilot .I Florida's Crane ,and Blue )D: her parenta. Mr. and Mr*. L. R. lead.;Mow ae V Z win. all tile trick good It> i i.forced to discard Ibo tntn'" oufhbrtul"-ftu BJ ra.< 1334: p.
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agatat any deI f n e of .p.p.. Z now Iud.-the Jack of '
|n miles 'south. of BuckvUl .on away on a motorcycle shortly after lymplc 'Tyouts.sn't Qalney, ._- Solution: Z should lead the Vine of apedd. Y overtake with, the king and ro., 4:34'p.'mi'> ; 7tW pI m., I2M: ./
d piayo''road Accordng1, Ha '- It mashed on thebeach? ; Mr. and'Ur: R.'M;'" "Gainey were club and A moat di.card.li. caoo t nuke the balance of the trick mTlcbaU'

Korne, general In&D&ger' the 1! !- ;; 1 ] ( the fault of your: physician. vUlting. / her p&l'entJJ'ID. 'Arlington, discard the king of diamond or Vat The foreleg .at dicar4to the '_ 1 'ami' Information alt:
Idard operations,.,the' mlU is aportable 1WIir1T YOU DON'T KNOW I; ,you don't know and abide by Cal. :, Iat week. jack will be good *n U forced to discard called ""qua***"pUv and, .. both A Smiths Henrtce: 'I HUtltn; I n*e t ':I.'
o [ with daily the, laws of life, as explained by :tMintz-dsiney the four of cpade Y.ft/Mild now and B faeTa forced to "dwcerd- k I courtbtJUMO.
outfit, a ,
discard tb erf duimoo.t end Urauat i I. l .
jack goal >U ol the 4wb4. 1
to jiclty of 25,000.teet., The mill Mrs.i, Jonas'' went'to'then kitchen I your doctor, then,you may expect Mr. ''and Mrs.. L. R. Gainey announces afro Uiacard. II. aunt tiwcani .luau" eaa..J
i r will total 80.or 35 men. Mr. to''get her. husband lunch.-' The the laws'of disease and death, Jo.assume the marriage of their '

Ii \\e stated that.it, is expected to meat loaf was uncovered and many Jurisdiction. daughter. Miss Lola to Mr. Larson No. ;2 1 Had Complete
operation: If you' doo' know how; wonder-- A-t'Mints: ,'of,Jacksonville; Sunday 1 *hvl$1! 1H I, I
mill
the ready flies were on It. She thought first irt* -I, 4 1
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ful U Is'to1 be able and well and if e 'I .' Breakdown Then
It of i afternoon; February 7. Mr. andMr I ;
the tenth .February.: to throw it away, but that seemed e- :
you don't know how to take care of at home toj their lid,
wasteful i )Oh, well-,- she mused, Mlntz are noneKJ,8
onticell --D.' HJ.>;Gilbert,, local: "what be doesn't know' won't hurthim" the body God has given to'you' :' 'f friends 'at ISM ''King Street Jack .. +- '," Started'Sargon' ,za
Well appreciate rel.-nare if*,rt*-o.r ;
\ dealer, has shipped a solid, car What she-did not know was t ; you"'may your sonville. chat. '
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health better' have, lostIt '
after you' .
irotalaria seed weighing i about that I i these: files -came' from the [hapicad.- oe B I Iha""lh-) 9 H.4 to 11... ... 1.Iey41. DWo'!:

((00 pounds ,to ''on*,address 8 in premises' a neighbor who was til ItVthe 'things hurt'theml that folks: don'tknow 5ped6e'f.. 11 l',11 I I IZ ; Spade. *."". 6,-!. J E at.. Aay1MM a+e W-&o; a J
"that'will Its
Jipa. All of this seed was grownefferson'county'and with fever The 'tlil ,. .. +
typhoid neighbor EVERGREEN 'L' d .\ \\\ ill t
don't know that ,. Many marvel'
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Mr. 'Gil- the -K. / rJ.I.6" ?
t ;; wu Ul because he didn't know that I '
1 about '' may- kill them'; ; '' i._ r.''.&. ____.c...' w- f' I, the sfM*.l 'M4'thoroughn / +
laYs that he employed his well .waa contaminated'by.:a i Your' physician' is 'frfeqdand . Y. d.-[( 6 fits
people in planting and} arve this nearbyjprivy.Just; the'Came,'Mr.. your I'aaSsons i
counselor. He sometime t U I with wbi4b'$b rri I
s r ] Crotalarla Is- an eitaummer Jones contracted fever and Peck and ;
crop. typhoid :'Mr. :i' *IraJ. p. ?,
an< tO the /
.' time of gOO goes
'nt wcrop.;' and 'many very nearly died. recovered af- the first be-'called'in children. Mr.; .and ;Mrs. 'LeellecClellan 'Ileart* a/e '!I'rr'i: i+ iti {t.1 to L.r. .'.ps" .t/ Y wfll wfn fw irgAelwf. I
Bisand, ; pounds, 'of, seed, were ter >a 1ooS'mne a"but: lost 'from beginning+lllnses) :be always IscaHeJ ., vUltlng I&'K.io.ler ltow yn Y 2.:'n, .:"- <:A the sevta. trick-se.hk-h. .z wid ...'.. ,.I eat very source ft, a
led I later; He should'' bel called to were: trich ast any defeea -' di.moM sal ana d." .Y Wl tkerT their .w.u4; b r, :
in Jefferson cpvnty Fbis :rear threat,to four nionthr''work..When' II I prevent dtae. a. well'a*-to'cure'a wi4 mother. Sunday.nlghL : .Sds iowi Z IbocIId lead the gwe5 of ta.d. club, Wh 2,wJI ,wio Oa teif new.t : .. .
.; markets. : he.tlnaUybecam) :''well" and went I those that re'lIotpr..entableJ '' J". t}. Rosier and Frank Crew cfan4u"1tie.Y..Iun4.... thu'l lrktk:. tJ.adfll..A a.I<<(/.h. !: oraod "Im af- ';.

to work, he was a 'carrier' but did !, 't"" J r were, ,vUitor f* Starke Saturday.Mr the t>xk(< twMta.*fc* M4 b.tuijh. oi.cu4 tLa III fAlJ"... Y cf* J/J kr'. &l.\ ,other r y(
""mp: 1., Di. Iieagin! ,; $ .ruota, notknow{ that, nor.diJ, ,,bis: employer: : -:3.: S: TltAltr ana"craMIkughterli tour oi' pwlea and B Ml,<>.* ftut YhotM \d;.cari dub, Z Jbt..uilJ stoke ..at ( :t aNldkVirai 11 a dta11.d I"I "

s ;;ne4$i today'as'cbatrnten/ : of the wbct..waa. the,pvfnet' ,pi, a {Local alJ"1 j ,'LoulM and Clarici Ko *'maw{ lead the': the *matt< of Z Jwnrts the tn., BtJirmV ei.c"jf dianxMvim. A',' Cussed .is ''isA .. r. Cttu),. .r.,..! ..L.t.:ftfW'f' '
play seven
L Ida racing cominlMlon:: wan not; iklti) ha>, b1981 who!.had- to ; 1QQTSEX'S'a3F.MJl: l Ier pent, Sunday :wlttf;:1.fr';.,andMri'.J **onW aliened tW_..f nf cttb Z oiamiairr ilxwW- discard his last d: *:, AdunLs.al. e fu r.malhrtf4, '1.

[ eeded by R. B. Burdine' of,MiReagla drink this mUlcn; .'-, h'Mr )... .M Rorter at Woofllawa.Mr tbotdri JlW'-dt be king erf. heart and a4 B lilt :eke the trW. A* JJ "kaeAiosjakskrcedtod..W4.Iiasar4 Tstrenglbtping ,fhdA, Wr*. U. i.llLofard ..
wiU remain as a mem- One day, .Pje machinery (went I ; ,{and Mr;,. E3l>* Guam. 'of ..oskinebut.IdtIe'ksheed.A4"chard : 7-V> '0.." ft. Atlanta"- ;
J Of the omml iou. The com- wrong, and thei )mill!;',was sent'' out Dkahumpka, were vtoltJffg,hUter. de-< ; a dub or 2 w Ul lead* lv w tilth. tn..c""U*l fwtn( lip] ...tVctMI.. ,says''. ""aver years: failing TuHtlth!

Ision met at its offlco'.tere ,at Without; being heated thrbughlytlir ;>, <)> : "and Mrs: Joe'Crawford and Mm. J. Si Rosier !Saturday.IL flat A la the lead isa1 tbfas. l'Xu. Lies. .VMS UK. rest M the tekd. *e.J had ae, ft/ i'e4uL1< eat aantHi/i/ tint ,I .

|'Clock, this morning_.It..went! | Joncs.aent..the! milk-;oUL .and children -'Jacksonville' spent the E. Rosier and E>*r tt >Mtrti _. H. _' __" __ .. .. ,Uqulte: My T/U at wag rowdy un- ; \

> a closed session for thirty mIn said.: "Ohr well no one can know week'-' end'here'' with/ theli" brother were vlaltor' to .JIIdr.-.oayfJ)4t'IFrf-,| ,'paver4i.4, ."..1' f wa weak" nvnrvou -
At that time newspapermen the difference- and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mr" *. Rs day, and ittewtlei tit the pAnt of '

le Informed of the changes in Little Mrs. Rose Budd should N: Cr Wfor .- Mr. and 'Mr*. ''Brymnt P.*-Jdt c :VE,111LE'T.I. 11OATUI AIN !I r tghavstYd. .. r knew that ....,...f'li 1 1n.efd

flals.: They alsqwere Informed have boiled her milk before giving Mrs: J. L. tiaskln and fchlMren: were rWtlng: Wtf mother; ;TUrfc. H. *, r. I.. ri.si.. c... -- ......... ....-.... <(<:-. i wee a p'rw.fel" r ..nowtruetlve

It the gommis.lon'would! hold It to the bab but".* was In arid Miss1 Frankie Lou Murrhee F. Redding Monday night: !: t/yot something ttxntnx would .

Lions throughout'the days a hurry jsndV.the.Infant: did not spent Sunday at EUertwe the guestof Wmiard Gaakln spent the we",k. February 2rd. idol" soil eJ.- 1'.". 1rIc Gaetley piwb44 at c.'tt.b1e I only uvrrnr/trvt my mtbtn+ljt, r

-.| \" know _<\.Xvltbln a.Ce Mays; be- : Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Harris.' end with bit e<>. . church 8u 4ay. Ii IiC'fYe I hurt Uuetw
',rt Myer-r Ang.Ui dfAIesandro came .rtif.wit.h. a"%'aever* diarrhea Mr. & E. Crawford was a bu f- nard Itoaler. I.sad .Mr., FL E.. Parncb to ctmhi F4glier 'Otlwwva visited LeriUEWza sad t.uts-t. up liIy'trtmCUJ,. 'Yb4t'

seven''years fought DvtcUon and d/ed.tiThefm1: later at the funeral ness' 'Visitor ''to Ralford Saturday- Mr. 'and Mra. R. 8. Ro*&*r wU.1 sasmorat.r UrtbtayyeoUd. enalvers- c.u.-AS JJ1MIU7, jiuct r what Erg*rn' tout 4nn t'

la liquor" posaesaioa' cbArg*.thru said. ,the Lord"t o" him, but afternoon' : .' VlaiUng Mr. and Mr*. Marton Carter cry HkJu.eM and a.C-D'4 fIt8" ErJD.a GJ__ Visited Mr*. Spell!I pyw *M.p gard, a. m.t.t.: eat tires.

rida courts, today'wa: ;nring the minister didut. know!abouf tie Mr; Marshal Prtegl of Man Sunday afternoon.Mr. .aoi&e.of Uv expected gu* U ur Sosday. !i berty mauls 1& dry, sad d fC ent'theta. ,
I remainingte'montbsof! hUJ giermrl'r' ;. ... :- ; -; vlllewa;' ",biting Mr. W. C. Chester 554 11In. J Q. ***** and from atLea4ul> but 1Mae prtstat HarreOCalory .Wt.twt Mr. Rerys .. 1'A'1t', fttl IIttIDtA.at.t>of.my' :

J months"entence,;'ll' .,waaxron- So irften-you hear'1Jdldn'tknow :!! ; Thursday night tiifkhfln: .....1.' BulldaY" with ,ht. enjoyed the 47 awl dspattlar Sunday IIteat I! end. M rise tA crmatp.tlvet /

jted In 1925 Sia then hW time the train. wa, coming?;; "I Llttla Misses Aria and Pus Nor- and Mra. A. B. Rower net Lawtey- wised Mr.Parrish many ha4Y7, '" reuryo cnrn
I Jail total.'ttre*,month/Twice didn't ktfowjilf wa.(J loa4i' d;" "I man fit Highlandspent ttund y : aneralcc-.J, aDd )I.JrI'Tft tur&a.itr. X- #un/iy. frkr t. &a IA4 an* buv ttuuc* bet '

[ was rela edijnq.bai; > aa corpus didn't JCirrijaeotjJdirit' ". swim here the guest of Little Misses Cleo I ruta.a'sfrI-'1sJieod4d.lbettfly( aod >!/*, O.c*< Rim J hart F,42W't Y t f'I cpr. tar I .Inofc jj,"M' k'.'r Ca0//v. k

I'U.' Twice the cane went to the when I rocked" tlboat":! ; or "I Norman and HuU Murrhee. rl given at their bceaeSaturday evening. d tx. the Little ,Zyrtof 'arc ry HarreM -- ,I7lalYla. 1..1.;! r. ; ,

(te supreme court. Recently his didn't: know Johnnie's bad tonsilswee / Mr.'James Roster was a btMtnemylwitnr ......... W> will"' miss Urrefs. U4jwee w1mu.ua Rdns trod! .,.. Wfefkkqff at UM.Oorr -- '

,tloautot1ethigjpk4 Zr.htiFn; Jiahfe tvjnjux. bin r erV Itspuri4uslq W .Nwbrry"FrMay.IKK ,I *"!Mta their new {cots. Chins ; girth A'..<**.*1 7otr : '

firing;waa,turned dawn. lie .urxlered } ; ?. lCIl""t? ifUI.theMthinI'll 'aM'MrcOV: .iN. ,/Norman' '01 I IJthrbJand. Aj: yd -. Ver. t.ln4s'aa4&n .u,.. P P. &***, KMut euMJvl-. 1:..._,,' fertea well fled .s.. :
the teed
In I r .jU Bunlny br West PUIII'2eAdi.. t16Wj
{ \ yesterday and wa'pClt .rVJ 'Leh..v.la&ord rp ? Jdrw T. P. PrucA.vr.Earle .I key .
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assisted by her daughter, Mias AMOS TO SEEK FACTS ml

Eunice, served tuna fish salad, sal- 11 1 I U. of Florida Leads :n Intra-Mural Srorts ProgramMAJORITY NEW FINAXCB: ; ,
tines and iced tea to the following -

members: Mrs. F. F. Flume, Mrs. -.
N. O. Adams, Mrs. O. J. Griffin, OF STUDENT Comptroller Wants to Knoll
Mrs. E. :M. Thomas Mrs. C. G. Reconstruction Pian "'
BODY JOINS IN SERIESOF 'II
Bryant. Mrs. Nat Williams, Mrs. -- R"\.- Aid Floridian
; Julia Williams Mrs. A. L. Kahr, IS ANNUAL EVENTS -rQI'tolI -
Jr., Mrs. E. W. Hayes Mrs. Chas. I" M5 I Tallahassee Feb. 6Co
LOUISE SNYDER HOSTESS popular all over the United States. CH her
Overstreet. Mrs. G. W. Aldermanwill By: FRANK 8. WRIGHT Ernest Amos plans to
The hostesses served an Ice Aat9 ]
TO 111011 LEAGUERS have Circle No. 2 for an all- With Its motto "Athletics and p. Florida tomorrow for wasp
course and in keeping with George day meeting Wednesday Feb. 17. Recreation for All." the Intra-Mural 19:2.6: to confer with officials ,
Members of the H-League enjoyed Washington's birth month, the The next monthly meeting will Sports Program at the University of : the benefits that may be I'fga"
a charming party at the homeof cream was topped with cherriesand be at the home of Mrs. N. G. Florida has enjoyed a marked de- ; from the Reconstruction
Mrs. Pearl Snyder Friday eve- tiny U. S. flags were given as Adams, March 8th. velopment over recent years, and the _A.-r.O. Corporation for the
favors. University frequently has been laud- ze aavhtsa
Ding The home was very prettily Circle No. 3 was entertained by : banks, building
members ed .for the successful operation of ; and loan
and narcissi. Besides the chapter 5.A.r lib
decorated with
: roses
Mrs James Shepard. Mrs. S. L. this department. t tlons and for relief of
there were :Mrs. Laura dept
and music present :
Interesting games Silcox led the devotional, which An Intra-mural program was first 1929 AE.-A-.O in closed banks.
were enjoyed throughout the eve- Blizzard, of Athena Tenn., Mrs. E. was followed by the business meet- I launched in 1924 by Dr. R. O < The corporation
1 Ing. Mrs. Snyder, assisted by Mrs. S. Matthews, Mrs. W. E. Middle- Ing and sewing. Plans were made Manchester He offered beautiful 19305. been created which yarn
ton Mrs. O. W. White Mrs. O. J. Ar.O. by congress cen''
Sam Anderson, served delicious refreshments three-year "Manchester Trophy"and
for the annual roll call of the plates
to the, following guests; Griffin and Mrs. F. H. Long. church. competitions were begun in sev- 19 1 C? assisting the financial
Mildred Hundley eral sports. Interest from the beginning ture of the country to the ij
DoroUiy Sapp
WOMAN'S CLUB OF The hostess served refreshmentsto was high. Later under the 193 p:tS" \ mum amount of two billions d
Elizabeth Hollingsworth, Dorothy <
those present, who were: Mrs.S. guidance of "Cblgger" Browne the lars and the
sum of
STAHKE MEETS two
' White, Geraldine Johns, MartUe U Peek, Mrs. J. H. Lord Mrs.R. program was expanded, and an Increased 2 S cot'll'E"I".G- millions of dollars is to oe(pin allcl:I
Hemingway, Louise Snyder, Myr- A. Newsom Mrs. H. L. Brownlee enthusiasm on the part of for the
of relief of
business meeting the deposltoil
The
t regular ,
tlce Ford Tom MacDonald, James students
was shown.
Mrs.. J. E. Wilson
Mrs. A. J.
W. T. Weeks MarIan the Woman's Club was held Wednesday Three Joe 1 closed banks throughout the
Hollingsworth, ) Thomas, Mrs. F. B. Johns, Mrs. C. roars ago Holsinger assumed kr < tion.
s Wood- afternoon. February 10th. the Intra-mural :
Edwards directorship
Wlllams, Joe ,
fin Haile, William Edwards and In the club auditorium Mrs N. D. A. Knight, Mrs. S. L. Silcox,. Mrs. and abundant progress has been t ..-. While In Washington Mr

Jimmie Moore, Jim Moore Edwardsof Wainwright, president presiding.The P. G. Gassett, Mrs. G. C. Cannon, made. Fifteen sports are how on expects to ascertain what I\1JJ
and Mrs. Smallwood of Traverse the slate, and competition Is withinth1'e
auditorium
Stricklandof library, sunporch and required of the Institutions
Lawteyand LeRoy decorated City Mich.M.iDISON. divisions the fraternity league .4 ., Ut i
Gainesville. .. were beautifully dormitory league and Independent his supervision in the way oft
with baskets and bowls of vari- lateral in order
\ league. Nearly 70 per cent of the for them to p
'r"\1 LADIES AUXILIARY OF colored flowers. AVENUK I students participate in the program. ipate in this allocation of .
\ PRESBYTTRIAN CHURCH The president appointed as a GARDEN CLUB MEETS providing therefore athletic recreation And stated that he was very i hr
: MEET nominating commttee Mrs. O. LMrs.: and competition for the mass ful that substantial ass -'

HuynjB, : .,L-a. L. Wyman and The Madison Avenue Garden of the student body, unable to gain I would be available for Florida

J The annual meeting of Ladles G. M. Inman. Club met at the home of Mrs. A. teams recognition of the on University.the several varsity titutions.. I

First Mrs O. L. chairman of W. Redgrave on the afternoon of Accompanying Mr.
Auxllary of the Presbyterian Ceasley, Fraternities have led the campus Amos
Church was held at the home of furnishing! the sunparlor, offered a Feb. 4, with nine ladies present. In Intra-mural participation and Washington will be: Dr. J H TU
Mrs. T. S. Williams Tuesday evening plan for furnishing same, suggesting The president, Mrs. E. K. Perry after six torrid years A. T. O. was yell, former president of the rl

Feb. 9th, with Mrs. Young, that as many as were Inter- man. presided. lost spring named permanent winner a'i Ida Bankers Association and] pj
president, presiding. ested try to raise $500 towards After disposal of routine work The of the 'Manchester Trophy. liquidator of the Bank of Bay E
L. O. Balfour
Miss Margaret Williams read this fund.A Mrs. L. A. Davis, the representative tendered a handsome Company$125 four-year recently ayne in Miami; E. \. Porter, I

,.' from the year book of prayer fol. rising vote of thanks was of the Garden Club on the trophy, shown herewith, and rugged Idator of the Dade County
lowed by sentence prayers. A piano given Mrs. J. L. Frazee for'her un- George Washington Memorial com- competition for the first leg of this urity Company, a bulldiry Joan
.: solo was rendered by Margaret' tiring work as chairman of beautification mittee, gave an interesting accountof trophy is underway. i association in Miami Jotnf

Lowry. Annual reports were read and as charman of the the plans of said committee. "A With examinations out of the wa- JOE Newsom, liquidator of the Citij

by officers and committee! chair memorial fountain. thorough clean-up" for Madison early February brings the resump- In.r .HOLSINGER..,. "1 Dirctor! The L. O. Balfour Bank & Trust Company of Tam
Mrs. Wainwrlght next Introduced Street was planned for the near and tion the of the Intra-mural program Pour-Year Trophy Harry 'c. Bennett, Building aj
men.The sports listed ahead are golf,
following officers were elect- Mrs. W. S. Jennings of Jackson future. Mrs. J. L. Peek, Mrs. J. M. playground ball, tennis doubles, Phi Delta Thuta.... 612 500 Loan Examiner, and George

.. ed for the coming.year: ville, who gave an excellent talk Mitchell and Mrs. L. A. Davis were handball, water basketball and 8. A. E. ... ............ 6G7 points Phi points: Phi Beta Belts Sigma White, chief bank examiner.
f President Miss Mabel Weller; on "Beautlflcation. appointed on committee to superintend track. At the half-way mark with Kappa Alpha,,..?... 6C6 Epsilon, Beta Theta Pi, Sigma

,I: Vice-president, Mrs. E. M. Davis; The club was glad to have as this campaign.It such sports completed as swimming, Pi K. A. .. ,.,, ... 601 Chi Delta Sigma Phi Theta Chi, NOTICE OF SPRCHl.: !Mt' nR: |
Sigma Nu
; Secretary, Mrs. W A. Sterns; their guests at this meeting Mrs. was the unanimous decisionof horse-shoes. volleyball: cross coun- Phi Kappa Tau .. .. 687A. Alpha Delta, Delta ChI S A 1.13Furmiant
Treasurer Mrs. H. H. Young. the club that we make some effort try, basketball, touch football, box- T. O. .... .. .. ... 885 Delta Tau Delta Alpha Gamma Rho
C. V. Imeson Mrs. M. A. Brown to in,;. tennis' singles and wrestling Sigma Lambda", Tau .663 PI Kappa Phi, Beta Kappa Kappa to a decree of th f\rt\
Miss Weller had charge of an Interesting and Miss Turner. all of Jacksonville beautify that bare entranceof seven "frats" are bunched Sigma Tau Epsilon Phi, Theta Kap- court, Bradford County, Flnrf
road 28 south of Starke- near the Others. In order of their standing Nu made and entered on the 10th dar
the American using pa Sigma Iota
program on these ladles The Omega
; having accom top. leaders: it UpsilonS .
the mid-year, and with less than i February 1932. by the lion AIconic.
<' Indian, assisted by Mrs. :M. W. panied Mrs. Jennings. palms. dog-wood, oleanders and Theta. Judge pro her vice In ij'

", Morrow, who spoke especially of A delicious salad course with crepe myrtles cause, wherein Baird Hard Is ware CrJpnny !
a corporation complaloand
the Navajo Indian, and Mrs. E. M. Iced tea was served by Mrs. L. Wy- The hostess, assisted by two tlon over the entire state duringthe The new regulations are: DeWItt C. Jones et al., sick/tlfendantn
Davis who told of the Seminole In man, Mrs. John Uglow, Mrs. F. F. daughters, served hot chocolateand I year 1932. The state (special would be required in that the came being a final 'f
expectsto
1. "The cree of foreclosure, I as Special M I
the
wafers. list of aictecuteci case, Idea being to furnish justas
dians. The bible quiz was conducted Stump, Mrs. J. C. Hoover, Mrs. G. receive 91,332,0000 of federalaid ele- ter will offer for sale and .eir I
by Mrs. W. A. Bonham. M. Sl trunk, Mrs. R. J. Davis and After all walking down to the funds 1932 mentary and high schools for any good instruction for the seventh public outcry for cash to the hint'!
The hostess, assisted by Miss Lucille Miss Florence Wood. southern entrance of road 28 and state can during match those, providedthe funds. year shall be closed" on November. and eighth grades as for the ninth." and South beet Door. bidder of the In Court front tone of ,I|

Mitchell and Margaret Williams discussing more fully our beautification The availability of the federal aid 25 of that year. 9. "Beginning with July 1, 1933, the Town of Starke, Fradford ro
,
'. I a teacher life ty, Florida, at the legal hour .,1._
served a delicious salad plan, we adjourned informally 2 "The state department of holding a graduate
r. CIRCLES OF THE BAPTIST very funds will depend upon the abilityof on the 7th day of March A. D I I'
\ course to the folowing: Mrs. W. A. W. M. S. MEET to meet with Mrs. W. E. the state to put public instruction shall not assume state certificate Issued prior to the following described property' f

' Bonham, Mrs. E. M. Davis, Mrs. Middleton the first Thursday in amount of its own money.up an equal This the responsibility of giving noticeof June, 1923, will not be permittedto wit Lots: Six and Eight of Block T s-l I

T. N. Kendrick, Mrs. 3.:M. Mitchell, Circle No. 1 meet with Mrs. I. F. March. would require practically the entire irregularities to schools that ap- teach any subject in accredited ty-two, of Original Town of Start.
Miss Mabel Weller Mrs. Mrs. W. ply for accreditation, such notice high school which is not coveredby according to Map of Plat trifl
Brown Monday afternoon at 3 amount of state funds avail- recorded In Deed Book "N" V-f
'f. A. Sterns, Mrs. D. B. Williams, o'clock. ACCOUNTANTS PUT able." sent out after the receipt of a.. his college record. 759 of the puhllo records of lit I
Mrs. M. W. Morrow, Mrs. Alverna school's application being simply a: 10. "Beginning with July 1, 1933, ford county, Florida; LAnd
Vases and bowls of garden flow IN NIGHT WORK ON Secretary! Roesch added, how- also a certain trip of U|
Dean, Mrs. II. H. voluntary service. This service a person will be required to have'physical
Young, Mrs. C. will twenty-two and one half feet "
adorned the where that Is
ers living room ever, there a possibility of
N. Christy. J932, ROAD BUDGET not be extended to schools whose : education on the faceor Ea.t and West. a part of theS_
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i I the ctieflta were entertained. Mrs. the federal government making an. : half of Lots Two ana Four of Mi',
nlS certificate in oraer teacn
I annual reports reach the office of to Nineteen. of the Original Town L
((1.1 P. M. Barefoot, assisted by Mrs. appropriation as means I
,1 emergency that subject to coach the interscholastic thrtl
) v. D. o. HOLDINTERESTING Tallahassee, Feb. 10.Accountants the state superintendent later than or Starke, according plat
\' R. A. Thomas and Mrs. A. M. to relieving unemployment and teams in recorded In the Publlo Record I
:: MEETING have been working overtime October 20. an accredited Bradford County, Florida, and rot
I Darby led the devotional. At the that the state road department In school."
Ira i close of the business session sew In preparing the 1932 budget of the I preparing its budget has naturally 3. "All corrections of applications high Commencing particularly described at the Northeast a. folh'|

The W. T. Weeks Chapter, Unit- ing and conversation were enjoyedMrs. state road department to be adopted included sufficient Items to per- must be made In writing." nor do't conveyed nvhlo Bri,

ed Daughters of the Confederacy, Brown assisted by Miss a week from today In Lakeland, mit Its using such emergency federal 4. "No school, either elementaryor Jacksonville City Commission deed dated the Bank twenty-third by A. diijl|
met Thursday afternoon at the Cary served a sweet course to the according to Karl Roesch, secre- aid funds If they become avail- high, shall be accredited unless authorized construction of new March 1912, and run thence Fit::

+f v' home of Mrs. Geo. C. White with following: Mrs. J. H. Pitts, Mrs. J. tary of the department, who explained the text books adopted as basal cost hangar about at munclpal: airport, to land twenty-two of J. W.and Morgan one-half, thence feet Soil|

' Mrs. White, Misses Olive and M. Brownlee, Mrs. G. H. Bennett that the $12,000,000 tem- able.The secretary pointed out that by the state school book commis- 23500. one hundred and five- feet, thfl
!v' Amelia hostesses. porary budget outlined at Talla- sion are so used in all subjects and Strake-Strawberry shipments West. twenty-two and ene-half f"!
Ray as In keep- Mrs. P. M. Barefoot Mrs. W. J. only three cents of the seven-cent I thence North one hundred .and f"J
Ing with the U. D. C. colors, the Epperson. Mrs. J, D. Goodman, hassee last month and likely to be gasoline! tax now goes to the road in all classes in said school." from local platform Increased dur- feet. to point of beginningdlrertlt'f.'

large living room was brightened Mrs. S. E. Hamrick, Mrs. S. G. made permanent at the regular department and that the roads re- 5. "A school may not (in orderto ing recent 10 days from 40 to 73 as being shown controlled by map by or line.plat of above said I'l"
r .with' bowls of white narcissus and meeting on the seventeenth of this crates dally to 173 crates. ferred to.
Lewis Mrs. Alice Langford, Mrs. ceive none of the money from the meet certification requirementsfor I
u red amaryllls lilies. W. M. Mundy Jr., Mrs. E. C. month does not mean that the department sale of the automobile license tags, accreditation) drop a course Plant City-Dedication of new E. K.SPpecialpMantelJ.

In the absence of the president Priest Mrs. J. B. Sapp, Mrs. R. A. will have that much to the 1931 legislature diverting all of from its high school program of high school gymnasium held re I.. FRAZKE 2-12-41-1:L LAttorney

e S :Mrs. L. G. Powell, the vlce-presi-I Thomas, Mrs. W. L. Thigpen, Mrs. work with during the coming year. that to schools. studies and substitute another after cently. for Plaintiff

dent, Mrs. George C. presided Foland and Mrs. Meddle. Only $6.500,000 Is expected from Citing economies effected by the a school has been running two -

over a short business session. Circle No. 2 of the Baptist W. :M. state sources, and from that state road department, the same months." .Jf1 dRIrThr

,; Miss Madge Middleton read a U., was entertained at the home amount must be subtracted $3- being necessitated by the reduc- 6. "Teachers holding old second

brief tribute to George Washington of Mrs. W, H.. Perkins Monday afternoon 401,000 for maintenance and betterments tion of revenues, :Mr Roesch an- and third grade certificates must
li'' and was followed by Miss at 3 o'clock. of the roads under main- nounced that;, the department's pay- not be employed to teach In eithera I

Ethel Griffin, who read an Inter- The meeting was opened with the tenance, now amounting to ap- roll has averaged a reduction of standard junior or a six-year

esting paper telling of Dan Emmett reading of the 5th chapter of Mat proximately 6,000 miles as against around $100.000 a year for the junior-senior high school."

an Ohio man, who wrote "I thew by Mrs. F. F. Flume. The slightly less than 3,000 miles three past three years as against the 7. "Beginning with July 1, 1933
Wish I Was In years ago. Out of the remainderMr. of the ad. teacher first
Dixie. Emmett Lord's prayer was repeated by all. the final year preceding a holding only a grade
t and several friends also composed I Minutes of the last meeting was Roesch stated, the departmentwill ministration., certificate issued prior to June e M

the first negro spirituals made by I read and approved. be required to appropriate approximately 1923. must not be empoyed to teachin _

white persons, and were the orig After the business program $875,000 for emergencies -' NEW RULES FOR STATE a standard junior or senior high fill' _

<" inators of negro minstrels In the some time was spent in sewing and such as repairing extraordinary SCHOOLS, TEACHERS, MADE school" _I

north, which afterwards became ao pleasant conversation. The hostess storm damage. 8. "A person holding a special _
Also In the 1932 budget, there certificate not teach subject
may any
Coaches In Schools Next Year
has been provision made for pay High in the junior-high school
SHAMROCK GRILL ing 9800,000 of bills brought for- Will Need State Certificates I
,which is not covered by that cer
OVER WORKED ward from 1931, these not having l tificate., For Instance, one would
SPECIAL LUNCHEON RATES been paid previously because of After July 1, 1933, only persons not be permitted to teach arith-
ALL SANDWICHES. Ac certain changes in available funds having a physical education metic In the seventh and eighth Now comes Ingredient X (properly blended and syn-

made by the last legislature and teacher's certificate from the state grades who held only an English cron-lled proteins). It bring new wonders in chick
'- .. because of the necessity of divert- will be allowed to coach inter-
( special certificate. A mathematics life-New wonders In growth. It Is a new method of
ing certain road department revenues scholastic athletic teams In ac-

to the payment of general credlated Florida high schools. .. ... ... .. ....-.-.- syn-cron-ized pro.teins--the nicking together of the
state expenses."So This regulation was among a right protein ingredients in Purina Startena and

it will be seen," Mr. Roesch number of, new rules governing Purina Growena.
$3,980IN continued "that we will have leas teaching matters recently adoptedby ATLASThe
". than H.5OO.OOO for new construe- the state1 board of education.

, ,.1., Ingredient X (properly blended and syn-cron-ized

t BBSS proteins), the greatest feeding development since
Standard Oil
CASH PRIZES
; auF the. discovery .of vitamins is found only in the

I Tire GuaranteedOne Checkerboard Bag-In Startena and Growena. Start

Will be awarded SINCLAIR SERVICE STATION YearFrigidaire your chicks on Startena. Grow them on Growena.

;K listeners to the You'll raise more and bigger chicks-you'll have big

4.NNH.....i framed pullets that are fully developed and fit for

;'m TO year MH th work. REXALL ............. laying.
every nerve at high Uniion.
No wonder you snap at the wife DRUGGISTS' Make sure the chick feed you buy has syn-cron-ized
and bark at the children.
.; Watch out Overworked RADIO PARTY f proteins. We have a fresh supply of Startena.

.1 barrel may lead to Stecpleag.MB the three Come in.Bradford. -
.. *. Nervous Headache N... year guar-
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Just of
north the court house road 13
s og Indigestion and a boat of LISTEN IN every Sunday ,
other 7:15 Eastern Stand' anted electric refrigerator -
unpleasant disturbance Evening
'. Why don t you try Dr. Mild ard TIme; 6:15 Central; 5:15: has been taken over by R. F. Demorest Farmers
Eff rve.cnt Nervine Tablets County
Mountain( ; 4:13 Pacific, over
Joit one in a half glass of a Coiwt-to-Cooat Hook-up of QUICK AND EFFICIENT SERVICE 1
water makes g
a pleasant
spark
Bag drink N. U. C. Stations.Mitchell's.
to overtaxed delightfully nerves. soothing For sale by Supply! ] Company a.KkL

Dr. Miles' Nervine Is now
made in two forms.-Liquid and I N. N. Prevatt
13:.' Effervescent Tablet. Both have DrugStore ...+t4D.b.t+t4.t.....l.....34.. tt4+ tI+t.s Mgr. Phone 151 Y11hIe.r1 JOOIL.f

+ 11 the sam soothing effect. Smith's Service STAUKE: FLORIDA AgiaeSirn.gf +a
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Il FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 12. 1933 BRADFORD COUNTY TEUCGRAFII. STARKK. FLORIDA 1' I
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P the Methodist church will meet NOW HOVGIIT: BY FIFTEEN the Florida Railroad Commission SAMPSON CITY office In Massy! building and will :: .
next Monday afternoon the
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which must be filled this year.
practice law In courts of Pasco
Bits( of GI Inst., at three-thirty at the church. (Times-Union.) Tucker Savage of Tampa now holds VI.. Ilorothr "n,"., C. .. county.
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Business and study meeting. To -- -- '''' -- -- '
n'o date 13 Democrats and two the office by appointment and will Tallahassee* underway for I
Republicans have announced their seek election for a full term. Other Miss Myra Varnes of Starke construction of proposed! Soldiers' :
Mrs. S. H. Seabrook of Atlanta, candidacy for the of candidates are: Hudson Burr of .
govemship spent the week-end here with Home to be built at Seminole Point. ,
Local NeConcerninw Ga., Mrs. Carruthers. Atlanta Ga., Florida. Tallahassee; Olden A. Byrd of friends and relative Wllllston--Road force building -'
and Miss Jimmie Davis of Rut- The Democrats seek nomination Jacksonville; W. B. Douglas of
No.
' Bins Pearl Jordan of Starke wasa highway 5 now at work, in this 5
ledge, Ga, enroute to Atlanta from In the primary elections rt next Lake City; and John W. Nvwbern "
h business visitor here
Concerning Our People, Business and Orlando were guests Thursday of June. The Republican nominee will of Newborry. afternoon. Thursday city.Lake Worth City Commission ,.
Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Halle. be chosen at a party convention Chief Justice Rivers H. Buford
'approved sub-leases of of
Progrei of the County and Town. Miss part Lako
Cone of Starke
Patsy spent
to be held at Orlando. and Associate Justice William H. Front Park property on which R.
Mr. S. C. Brandon Miss Martha the night with Donhln/ Smith Ftl- ,
The Ellis of
Democrats who have an- the state supreme court S. Erskine operates miniature golf 1!
__ ==== = ii ii M _",.,,11 ii ii ii Q ii ii QQ=Qo ii M a ii Brandon, Meters. Joe Hill Brandon nounced are seek election for another full term. day.Mr. course
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as.p Tuesdayfor E. C. Broward of Miami; Stafford Associate: Justice Fred H. Davis
S All Blankets 1-3 off at Stern- HEATHER REPORT their homes In Clover S. C., Caldwell of Jacksonville; seeks election for the unexpired was visiting. J. Roberson Saturday ,
berg's. after a visit here at the home of Fred O. Eberhardt of Tallahassee; term of Louie W. Strum whoso ; (
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al Compiled by Starke Branch, U. Mr. and Mrs. T. N. Kendrick Arthur Gomez of Key West; Thomas place he fills by appointment fol- Mr. and Mrs. N. Wynn of Hampton x
Cars washed and polished atLoule's. s. Forestry Department.Date C. Hammond of Tampa; Cary lowing Judge Strum's resignationto attended church here Sunday. FLORIDA I :}
1 a Max. Mrs. J. M. Mitchell Mrs J. W.. ,; ,
Min. Preclp. Ilardee of Live Oak; T. S. Hartof accept federal judgeship at Services were held at the ChristIan .
Week ending Feb. 2. 1932. Andrews, Mrs. W. E. Mlddleton, Jacksonville; Fona A. Hatha- Jacksonville.' So far the three supreme church Sunday morning; and
a Prints lOc a yard at Feb. 3 Mrs. T. Williams, Miss Lucille THEATRE ;;
Fast Color 85 57 way of Jacksonville: John W. Mar- court justices are unopposed. evening by Rev. Butler of New ,
Sternberg'B.. Feb. 4 82 62 Mitchell and Tommy Williams tin of Jacksonville; MontgomeryPotter River.
J
ells Feb. B 68 39 were visitors In Jacksonville Mon. of Jasper; David Sholtz of How many of these 44 candidates GAINESVILLE: FLA. .
Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Smith and
ter Goodyear tires and tubes. Louie'sService Feb. 6 72 38 day. Daytona Beach and J Tom Wat- for Democratic nominations for the ,
children in St Au- -- -- ---
to spent Sunday >
Station. Feb. 7 81 48 < son of Tampa. 19 state and national offices will
Feb. 8 83 62 T. Mrs. C. M. Fowler and little The two Republicans are Wil- qualify for the primaries in June gustine. Program 1 Week{ Feb. 11 "r
Those the revival In
Big reduction on all winter Feb. 9 83 64 daughter, Marguerite returned to liam J. Howey of Howey-ln-the- remains problamatlcal. They have attending
sw goods at Sternbcrg'it. e their home In Espanola Monday Hills and Edward Parradee of St. until 30 days before the primary Hampton Tuesday night were Mrs.
ucet Have your car greased at after a visit here with her parents Cloud. to qualify. Lester Kite Mrs. Sarah Jones, Today 1.:
Louie's. Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Thomas. Louise Kite and Dot Smith.
Mr. A. J. Williams of Alachua, Seven Democrats seek the nomi .
was In Starke Tuesday. nation for congress from the state GOVERNOR PROCLAIMS Rosa Bello Cooper and Shep "SKY DEVILS" 't""i
New! Spring Dresses are! In at Tate Powell and son, Tate, Jr., at large. They are: WEDNESDAY, FED. 17THPARENTTEACHER Tummlln were qultcly married (
Monday evening In Starke by A mad cap comedy of the air
6 Mrs. J. M. Alvarez was a visitor Sternberg's. of Macclenny, and J. E. Klahre of John T. Alsop, Jr., of Jackson l>.\\ r ;
s In Jacksonville Tuesday. Tampa, assistant manager of the ville; W. D. Bell of Arcadia: Frank Judge Gardiner WithSpencer ':/
Mrs. S. S. Dowling and daughter, Atlantic Commission Company, Clark of Miami; Asher Frank of Tallahassee, Feb /Governor .i"
Mr. Alonzo Versailles was a visitor Nettle are upending several daysIn were visitors to Starke Saturday Tallahassee; Lester Jennings of Doyle E. Carton has proclaimed I GRAHAM Tracy .i'
7 In Jacksonville Tuesday. Jacksonville with! her sister, Mrs. Jacksonville; Ossle t Johns of Jack- February 17 aa "Parent-Teacher I .
lt James Godbold. Babe Ruth the noted home run fionvillo and Joe Scars of Jackson .Day" In Florida Win* film Johniun. (.... George Cooper ,"
F Made to Measure Suits from king of the New York Yankees, ville. The governor's proclamation Issued '

'r $19.75 up at Sternberg. :Mrs. C. D. Shack Mrs. R. F. passed through Starke last Thursday So far United States Senator here follows: Miss Era Smith spent the weekend .\< ,)
Y Demorest, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Rob- night. He and his wife were Duncan U. Fletcher of Jackson- "Whereas the National Congressof with Miss Mattie Norman at Ii '
rl Mrs. Mary Williams spent inson motored to Jacksonville Mon- enroute to St. Petersburg where ville and Ruth Bryan Owen of Miami Parent and Parents and Teachers Vanderbilt SaturdayJOE ; t

Y Thursday In Jacksonville. day afternoon.Mr. they will spend several weeks dur- representative from the was established In Washington A chicken pilau was given at the K. BROWN :;, 't
ing spring training. fourth Florida district! are with D. C., February 17, 1897 and home of Mr. and Mrs. J. A. J. Mc- ,
he Mr. R. A. Scott of :Miami was a and Mrs. H. C. Wall returned out opposition In their race for re- "Whereas a state branch of this Kinney.G. In p I
t In Starke Saturday. from after Mr. and Mrs. N. D. Wainwright election. natlonnl-wtde organization was
visitor Tuesday Tampa spend- P. Waddworth of Hampton,
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in ing the week-end with Mr. and Mrs. and E. J. Walnwright left Thurs- Congressmen from the first, sec founded In Florida March 11, 1921, wan called here Saturday night to Local lion Makes Good t "
Fetor's Work Shoe wear longer Blaine Carwile.Mr. day for Miami where they with ond aud third districts however at Jacksonville and since has been the fire which was threatening to
,e -Get them at Stem..rg's. other legislators and wives will be face opposition within their districts. actually engaged! In promoton of destroy hU property.Mr. .
II. G. McLarln of Falrburn the guests of that city Feb. 13-14. In the first district Congressman child welfare In the home the and Mrs. Tommie Wasdln of Monday & Tuesday <
Col. H. V. Knight was In Lake. Ga., enroute to South Florida, Before returning home they will Herbert J. Drane Lake- school, the church and the com Waldo was visiting Mr. and Mrs.
e.s Butler on business Tuesday. (spent Sunday night with his sister, spend several days with their son land In opposed by George O. Lea munity. Hiram Wasdin of thin place Sun Marie Dressier
Mrs. O. L. Haynes. in-law and daughter Mr. and Mrs. of Bradenton and J. Hardin Peter- "Now, therefore I, Doyle E. In
Ir. Mr. Marlon Hendry of Tampa, D. T. Clark. son of Lakeltind. Carlton governor of the state of day.James Reynolds of Starke, was .
;; spent Wednesday in Starke. Mrs. J. L. Simmons Mrs. T. N. In the second Florida district Florida do designate and hereby visiting here Sunday.Mr. "EMMA"Wednesday i
A.r Kendrick Misses Estelle Kendrick JUNIOR WOODMEN CIRCLE Congressman R. A. Green Is opposed proclaim Wednesday, February the and Mrs. David Durban of
That Good Gulf and Ethyl Gas. and Alice Chapin motored to Jacksonville by J. Maxey Dell of Gainesville.In seventeenth 1932 as Parent- Jacksonville were visiting Mr. and
''e d Supreme Motor Oils at Louie's. Wednesday.Dr. The Junior Woodmen Circle will the third Florida district Con- Teacher Day in Florida. Mrs Hiram Waudln Sunday.
t meet Friday at 4 o'clock at the gressman Tom A. Yon 1 Is opposedby "And earnestly urge all citizens. Mrs. Leah Brown of Starke was
'4 Mrs. E. E. Canova and Mr. J. J. A. E. Dunham Mrs. M. W. hall. Particular business to be at- Robert Mathis of Panama City. of the state to join with the Par- visiting her daughter, Mr. Ellis
RM'I Canova motored to Ocala Wednes- Morrow, Mrs. D. B. Williams and tended to. All members urged to Commissioner of Agriculture Na ent-Teacher associations of the Starling Sunday. "UN I ON DEPOT"With
' day. Mrs. Irene Brown spent Wednes- come. than Mayo of Tallahassee and state In observing the thirty-fifth Everybody Is invited to attend
day In St. Augustine. Mrs. J. L. Sllcox Summerf leld Is the only state cabl- anniversary of the establishmentof Sunday school every Sunday after-
Col. D. E. Knight was a professional nent officer whose reelection has this very worthy organization noon at three o'clock.Mr. .
I visitor In Macclenny Mon- Mr. and Mrs. Troy Hewitt and Supervisor. been opposed so far. F. M. Ironmonger which has for Its goal the securityof and Mrs. C. B. Roberts at- Douglas Fairbanks, Jr. '
' day. little daughter Norman Jean, of Jr., of Miami has come each child's present and It future tended church at Hampton Sunday
a. Jacksonville, spent Tuesday with SCHOOL BOARD PROCEEDINGSThe out for the office now held Mr. and, therefore the securityof night.
Mr. A. H. Johns spent Monday Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Scott. Mayo. each child's home, its state and Among those who attended the Coming
a, In Jacksonville with his sister, Mrs. board of public Instructionmet Other state cabinet officers: IU nation." airplane stunts from here Sunday Mpr ;.JLt, f
C. R. Ensey. Mrs. Laura BUzzard of Athens Feb. 1, with Members Sur. seeking reelection are: Secretaryof -5---. were mattle Norman, Era Smith Helen Hayes
1, Tenn., who has been visiting Mr. rency and May present. State R. A. Cray Attorney Gen- P.-T. A. WILL IIOU) and Fred Johnson.
a. Mrs. W. H. Andrews spent Tuesday and Mrs. G. W. White left Sundayfor Minutes of previous meeting read eral Cary D. Landls, ComptrollerErnest MEETING WEDNESDAY In '
in Raiford with her sister, Mrs, a visit with relatives in Live and approved. Bills for the month Amos Treasurer W. V. Founders Day of the Parent- Births
", Vlyde Crews. Oak. were received and all laid over ex: Knott and Superintendent of Public Teachers' "Sin Madelon
Association will be ob- Mr. and Mrs. Tate Alvarez,
cept the teachers bus drivers and Instructlbn W. S. Cawthon.
lAr served at their regular meeting Starke February 7th. 4
son
Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Epperson Mrs. Emma Carleton of Jacksonville Janitors. Owing to lack of fund They all reside at the state capital. Wednesday. Feb. 17th. An enJoy- Mr. and Mrs. Mozelle McGruder, Claudet"
r motored to Marianna Tuesday and returned to her home Thurs- these were only paid a small percentage Five candidates have announced able program baa been preparedfor Hampton, son, February 7th.
''q spent the day. day after spending several days of their salaries. this meeting and a full attendance
here with Judge and Mrs. A. Z. Superintendent instructed to de 1* expected. All who have not
F Mr. and Mrs. Ray Bell and Mrs. Adkins. liver Hampton school bonds to pur-
paid their dues,
please come
n George Gardiner were visitors In. chasers as soon as same could be [GENT A %WORD pared to do so. pre- Steam Pressing Co impany Phone 52
; GalneeviUe'Tuesday. Shirley and Francis Colley of received from the engravers. 4
I, Hampton, spent Saturday with No further business the board Fort Pierce: -Florida Keystone DRY CL]EANERS

101'.Ir' Col. and Mrs. J. L. Frazee and their grandparents Mr. and Mrs. adjourned to meet the first Monday COLUMN Fruit Co., new enterprise recently Suits Pressed 25c Cleaned and Pressed SOe '
I Mrs. W. M. Wainwright were In J. F. Colley. In March. established here.
Jacksonville Monday.Mrs. A. J. Grlffls Secy PECAN-Curtis Paper Shell Pecans Unto Cleaned and Blocked J. Frank Thonuui. Prep.;.
r Mrs. O. I,, Beasley returned lOc per pound. R. F. Demo- -- - -- -. -... .:.

C. H. Nashworthy and Mrs. Tuesday from Tampa where she TAKING TEACIIERS' rest tf. ...r'C:..r..n''w''u' .'';'''. ...,;;'.:.:.;.' ., ( iNUUigD! IaDtUWY1mGIWe1(! Gael J II 1(
A. S. Crews were visitors In ; Visited her parents Mr. and Mrs EXAMINATION .- WuelUnl7aiWY7al/a. aJt WW aiWalleNNiGi .
Gainesville Wednesday.Mr. I A. C. Durden. WANTED--About ten head small ,
Thirty applicants for certificatesor hogs, weighing CO Ibs., or more SPECIALS FRIDAY & SATURDAY FEB. 12 & 13 ,
and Mrs. J. D. Doyle visitedMr. Mrs. T. J. Griffin, Mrs. E. M. for higher grade certificates' gross. N..D. Wahiwrlght. ltr ,
and Mrs. W. H. Donaldson of Johns and daughter. Gloria spent than now held took the teachers' 1
Jacksonville over the week-end. Sunday In Alachua guests of Mr. examination conducted by Superin- SEED BEANS, corn, Irish potatoes : I'
and Mrs. A. J. Williams. tendent Griffis on February 4th, velvet beans peas, chufas TIP TOP Grocer ) ;
Mrs. A. Z. Adklns Miss Lois Ad- 5th, and 6th at the courthouse. and a variety of small seed at
kins and A. Z. Jr., motored to Mrs. E. B. Jelks of Quitman Ga., Names of the examinees are as follows White's. l-22-4t.
Gainesville Monday afternoon. left Tuesday for Valdosta, Ga., after : Y
spending several days here with White-Mrs. Edith Ward Dew, GRAFTING--Now Is the time to ri LOCATION BETWEEN BANK AND POSTOFFICE :

Mrs. A. S.: Crews and Mrs. C. It. I her daughter, Mrs. T. B. Massie. Miss Alice Chapln T. B. Plnholster, graft pecans and to net blueber- Hoiccll Nasworlhy Owner and Operator '
Nasworthy motored to Jacksonville r Mrs :Margaret Houser Colley, Gil- ryplants. See R. F. Demorestfor l, :
Tuesday and spent the day. James Richard Wainwright re- bert E. McCauley, Miss Ruth Williams prices. tf.
turned Monday to the Universityof Miss Cleo Saxon, Miss Edna WHERE ECONOMY RULES
Dr. Whitaker of the Florida Florida at Gainesville after a Strickland :Mrs. Florence Andrews FOR SALE--Five room house,
State Farm.. Ralford was a business week's visit here with his parents, Brown, Mrs. Agnes Knowles Miss screened porch, eight acres of
visitor to Starke Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. N. D. Wainwright. Muriel Silcox:, Mrs. Blanche Edwards land. One mile north of town '
Mrs. Mae Wells, Mrs. Emma on road 13. Apply this office. 2- 1 FLOUR BUTTER RICE SUGAR 'i
Judge A. Z. Adkina and State's Mrs. H. C. Smallwood of Tra- Pearce Hill. Mason Wayne Mor- 12-tf. ;
Attorney A. S. Crews are attendIng verse, City Michigan arrived In row.
court la: .Macclenny this wwk. Starke last week and will spend Colored-James F. Keller, Janie FOR SALE-Bamboo, 2c a cane In : 24 pounds Pound 5 pounds 10 pounds : j'{
several weeks with Mr. and Mrs. Hogan, Mabel Roberts Beatrice the field; oleanders. 25c; roses, ,
:Mr. and Mrs. S. T. Dell and family J. H. Lord. Ormond Ruby Belle Roberts, Rob- 25e and 50; camphor trees 25c; :
of Gainesville spent Sunday at ert Pringle M. Morehead Annie arbre vitae; 50 and $1.00 etc. A. 56c 24c I6c 45c r 41e
the home of Mr. and .J(rs W. I* Mrs. G. W. Alderman returned L. Cook, Lulls Pringle. M. R. E. Dunham.,
Wall. Sunday from Augusta. Ga., where Thompson, Carrie M. Webster, _
she has spent the past two weeks Ruth Murphy, Minnie Nelson Minnie FOR SALE OR RENT-A modern r
Mrs. Raleigh Howling and children with her daughter. Mrs. S. P. Van- Hankerson Cora Scurry. six room house with large porch Crushed'Pineapple can 5c BROOMS each 20c4rI i
of Jacksonville: were the dlvlere. and shades. Price, fifteen dollar I ,
guettU Saturday of Mrs. W E. MJddletoo. per month. See W.E. Daugherty i.
Mr. and Mrs. L. S. Hutto and South Thompson street 2-12-lt ';
daughters Misses Edna and Garn- Teethe Weenie Peas can 5c Sweet Soap 3 for---- lOc "t: :
Mrs. D. A. Montleth and Mrs. Ita returned Monday after a week's FOR SALE-Thoroughbred Ma- ,
Lamlra Murden visited Mr. Z>, A. visit In Lake City Leesburg and Modern Dry hood Rhode Island setting eggs

Montletb at St. Lullf. Hospital other points. from chickens direct from Ma- Pure Coffee 2 lbs. 25c
Monday.Mr. .. CleaningModern booking hood's special orders for matlngs White, Leg also Soap or Powder, 2 for 5c ;

and Friends of Mrs D. A. Montleth, horn and Red Chicks. LImited ,
Robert Baby
and Mrs Z. J.

aoD. Alton with, of Mr.Hastings and Mrs.spent George Sunday Luke's who has Hospital been for confined several In weeks St., Cleansing Ma- Red and amount Rock custom fryers 23c batching.per Ib. Sodarine, 2 pkgse - 5c Dime Brand Milk 2 for 25c

Gardiner. will be glad to know that be Is able :hinery Skilled Employees J. Maurice Edwards. 2-5-tl

to be home Again. Assures you the mite Bacon lb. Be 1 Ghipso and 1 Oxydol for JOe '

Itr. and Mr*. A. I* Davis of Mrs. W J. FrIerson and grandson oest in dry cleaning of JUST RECEIVED Shipment of l
Jacksonville were the guests of Mr. all varieties seed beans and corn,
and Mrs. C. II. Nmaworthy Sundayand Frank Bishop, of Fort Worth he most delicate fabrics. also fun line garden seed. These

Monday. after Texas,a left visit Friday here with for State's their home At. DYEINGPHONE are are new northern stock Seeds grown are seed cheaper and Peanut Butter, 2 Ibs. 25c 11 l Oc Pork & Beans for 5c 5

and Mrs. A. S. Crews. 1 1Rumford
torney 1
for
than twenty
Alverna 28 past years.
lIra. Mrs.
c. N. Christy,

Margaret Deun lalja Lowry Madge visited Mittdleton; Glen and StMary and Mr.Virginia.Fugate Colley.and Mr.Katie and Get Brownlee our prices Bros, Starke.before buying 1-22-tf flak. P.1 .lb. 25c\\i Tall Pink Salmon ----1Oc

Tueuday. C. of Jacksonville: 1
Mrs.:: C. Colley

Martin lira,-E.-and It Owca Johns G.Uwirs.Griffin- D.were M. lira were J.greets O. White Sunday of WUllaton.of Zfr. and Starke CryCleaners A Cows For Dally Hogs and Cash Springs.Cattle Market Mutes. MIlk i: LETTUCE. Potatoes I G. N. Beans SALT. ; : ff

attjnuinff to bu... oeM la Jacksonville : -
Tuesday. Mr., and Htm. James RIger of Special Sale Every Celery 1 10 pounds! pounds' packages ., ,
Patterson N. J.. Mr. add Mrs. A. or |
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W. Stump, of New York City, were !
The Only Dry Cleaning
.of Mr. and Mrs. F. F. Sell trade at own '
SIIAs'JRCrK GRILL the guests buy or your 2forl5c f 17c 18c 5c
Stump Monday and Tuesday. They Plant in Town I prices. National Stock Yards, [ .-

SPKCI LUN" ''TJEOPf KATES will tour the state before returnIng 2118 W Beaver Bt. Jackionvine. .
Phone 9-0730.) l-29-2t. .. .
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F TARICE. FLORIDA FRIDAY: FEBRUARY
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Plan For.Aiding -- 'n1NTBTo'AoUSL"WlvEs ", '1 -. WROV'PAftM" --
TAlld '
'. 'J : thYorst\ is Yet to Come PROGRAM
Cabbage'lndu8try I The Voice of Florida"
FARM NEWS SECTION:' Weekly from Horn Demonstration -

Meets 'With,.FavotTh ? Specialist" Tallahassee. 11 i-f-f r

'" .. .. -- : ,1 :3\ t.*> I k ,I5rmfo;t jnt Florida farm probl

!\ Conducted ByI : Experiment, Station's piano : : ...;'.. ..101., -, t',','''j.I lema will be discussed over state
( aiding .Pie Florida cabbage, \ ,Ci .USING CANNED': PRODUCTS, r radjo station WRUF ataoon each'

T. OVER, County eDt dustry. by advising shifting tc u, n" Owingb'ltm1 f; ? "fA* dW nexi-.wj.k: b Allege of Agri-
varieties, like : \ ( l?*Ute
round firm-headed ... "' '' .$< ; cult'lt{ Thfesa,'talks
i' MISS PEARL JORDAN,. Home Demonstration Agent the ,Copenhagen and. shipping It] .:; ; ,r" makers of Fl r daJSaeNannjM ai : :'ayrfne"'tnV-Florida\ tarn'lour Wilt'cotrte

t' I better adapted containers la meetIng ; : .. ,average of several hundred quart
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:" .:::: : sponsored, by the Agricul.
;,<1Yegetabl_ .) \
fruit
+ : with much, favor! among grow. ,., jars; of nP\J turarExfeniflotf TSfervice; from u:
[:CUOTALARIl SEEDINDUSTRY Mild 'Winter 'Brings ers,aad shippers t ,.reports M. R, Ensign and fish, we bageiila0 d A DUR17 t:l:4 ll. a tezn -tA.1ld,1\1, time to.
CAUSING truck horticulturist' ber of recipes to help utilize some
Injury froht Truck .. ',,,1" The schedule follows:
FLORiDA'01'TIMiSM(13y : : "We. should' not sit, idle, and let of,these products.
Sat. Feb. 13
Florida
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,And Citrus.Insect A Texas and,, other,states' capture our '1" rat o '';''lskphowdee', ::? t News"and'' HInts.- 'Weekly. Farm
Spuds Johnson) -----r" cabbage markets with,! ; a better Take .i .ounces rti 2 Letter"frcun "
, :An-atmosphertofropttmism pre"s The mild winter that we have. liked variety; he says. '"That'sexactly cupfuls row, fish, 6"aittall'pol9atoes: --SpudaJohnson., ,Editorial

s villa in DcSoto county /and; Arc Ibeen' having Is causing many of : what we allowed "'western 2.onions, 1 pint milk, 3 cupfuls I Snapshots.
Ths rcasod la that lou citrus 'and truck crop insects states"to do' the ((3R-R I Mon.,. Feb. 15-A Program for''
t 'dt*. Florida. :with Iceberg g'C boiling water and 3 slices' bread. I
tle farmers ; are,, 6ptlmiatlc;.. and 'to give trouble several months type 'of lettuce. Then years ago Slice the salt' pork 'land fry In a the General Farms of Florida .J.
1" the reason for this Is largely the ;earlier than usual, reports''J. R. Florida'' -marketed from 2 to 3 S deep"kettle. ''When Grips remove Lee Smith. Farm Trends in Ala-

t fact that'the farmers of'the county :Watson entomologist with the times as much lettuce as she does ff/l, '. -yes" and add fish, potatoes;' and onions, phua County-Fred L. Croft

J dd hive around 80 tons of Crotalarla Florida Experiment Station.. today, which' means that a close to all of which have been diced. Cover 'Tuesj.w Feb. t8-r Cprtrollktg Melon .

! erfed which the]}. !are, selling" Oils. Purple scale and rustmltes 'are $2,000,000 business, has been.,lost. with boiling water and simmer and Pickle Worms-J. R Wat
i, spring through the DeSoto County appearing in citrus groves over the to the truckers of the state." one-half hour or until the potatois son Farm Question Box.
-Association" "County state. ''Likely due to the drouth to happen Wed. Feb. 17-i-Vlnea for Florida
,. Cfotalaria" That is what he expects tender. 'Add the milk, season to :
:Agent; J,.VJ. Heard ,and he .busings .aphid are not giving much trouble to the cabbage industry of taste with salt and pepper and -Harold Mowry. Some Diseases of
of Arcadia are helping on .the lower East Coast Roses-Dr, W. B. Shippy.
men except the state unless we begin growingthe bring to boll again. Have crackers
. t&em alono> . .For the purple scale Mr. ,Watson varieties that the consumer HH and croutons ready. Make the Thurs.: : ,..Feb' ",,. l8-The ,Price Situation .
) |Bill Wblzzbang. Billiard Parlor, suggests .spraying, Immediatelywith prefers and send them' to market croutons by cutting: bread into inch -Dr. C. V. Noble. Results of

;which flourished a year or two an oil emulsion. A. good properly. Only _the sound heads cubes and toasting. Add to the a Recent Study of Florida Dairies

.ago, BO- longer reverberates ,to the cleanup now. while the trees are ranging from two, to five.pouads chowder Just as it. is ready to be Bruce.McKinley Spuds Johnson
s.und of stick against 'Que-ball. dormant* will prevent the necessityof In weight should ;be'(packed 'and, I served. ;Visits the County 'Agent.

Instead,It has very recently housed I having to spray during May and they,should be tf rnMed to three or .t III ''If homecan'ned'fish la used,Uie I Fri, Feb. 1&!!:--:Top-Dresslng Oats
and hundreds of pounds June. For the rustmlte be advises IpC Wt.E. ,Stokes.
Pecan
hundreds four cover leaves. ; potatoes and onions will need to'be "".- Fertilising
1 I. ,;) of Crotalarla seed, spread out to .'dusting 'the' trees,'wlth flowers. of ,He condemns the common hamper cooked tender before adding the :Trees-Q. H, .Blackmon.VANDERBILT. ..
When the 30 members sulphur or 'spraying' with: a' 1 to 63: mrfiT? r ,
t ,. ;;1' dry and cure.. and the bulge pack for shipping fish: 'Chowders may be made using I!I
of the''OeSotc) County Crota- solution of)'llIJe-\J\ll h.1\r" cabbage The bulged crates can- several! different kinds 'of vegetables -" :

f: I }t: J4laria Association harvested! their Cabbage? growers seem/ _to be not be properly loaded in ,, the' car, and omitting the fish 'Oysters ..
{ C Crotalarla seed last winter, they having more trouble lhan'usual of them are '
I{ .f it I consequently many or chicken may be substituted
for to from a number of worms. These I
J Were cramped space spread
brokep or their .contents ,badly for the ''CntTl nell Norman Cor.A ..
f' 4 J tie( seed ufl fif Ifiln l layeriTEo"dYy.jnty are best controlled by spraying or bruised when they reach the mar- fish.Chicken

!4 i' I; Agent lieard'etpled' several dusting with lead 'Arsenate' unless The station Is "" '('. -';" ;." Gumbo
ket. tri"
recommendinga <>
: I t 3 4 chicken,' 1.2
Use
S' \ buildings around town, with good the cabbage are commencing;. to crate similar to the __ t i1. .. p..., or pounds large number of folks of this
rectangular . cupful diced salt pork, 1 onion, 1
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t which' wouldn't'iwasUlaeed' of lead section attended the
l floors : head. For a spray, a pound one known as the,Los'Angeles lettuce canned ; 'sing Friday
and owners agreed, to let them be arsenate to\ 50'' gallons of (water which Is'13 18 quart canned okra, 1 pint' night given at the home' of Mrs.
4 ; crate:, by by IIEREFORD'BULI.8 of'
one the
tlon has been principalactivities
SELL tomatoes, cupful bollingwater: ,
of the Crota- and of a good spreader to .
in used for the curing; enough crate Evelyn Crosby.i
i 21 :5-8$ Inches inside This .
'. 'larla seed Andsooivslj weeks. make it stick to the waxy cabbage IN CONNECTION WITH I ,ofj> farmers in ttbls section 1-2' teaspoonful pepper 2i tablespoonfuls i "Miss: Era' Smith of Graham,
.:x tine buildings had'silent tenants.;' leaves la' advised. Better success, III,rapidly gaining favor as as a container VOLU8IA_ COUNTY FAIRA I : for yeara: and.?.thts): Industry -salt,'and 1 cupful -creamJI (pent theweek"end.with Miss Mat-
for, cabbage! as well. other continues to 'offer land :an I Cut! the chicken In small
owners pieces
i' ,: The-Cmtala tar bar beer found however, la likely to be I had: by tie. Norman.
$ $ 11 bebest, oilImprover; !available dusting with a pound of lead arsenate green radishes vegetable! "like carrots,.beets; feature of, the Volusla,county! opportunity" tOi, r celve'.an, Income and fry until brown in the fat from. i Mfss'ea'Loufse'\ ; 'sipp;'Mattie' Nor
and
1 fir use/ 'on lands' where''winter' mixed'with 10;;'pounds of hy should Fair,DeLand which will be of vital wjith which to, pay; :;, :Overhead :and the salt pork. Remove and place in ,'man end Mt'. 'Frank: Norman of
\\ This crate be only
,, t tuck crops areto fee grown In cltr drated lime. Calcium arsenate maybe \' to packed the heads Interest to live stock men and land I taxes pn a large' ,portion' of.Florida a'deep kettle.. iCut the onion Into 'this section and Miss Era Smith
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'a; ,M', '!' w and other groves, In'peach apple used if the plants are not grow from tight enough around prevent and should be owners i of.Florida( will ba. a Here.. for years to core !in fact;thebeef, ; thia"''slices''''and brown. 1n the fat :of 'Gr'ahani''attended the'basket

'. tt \!, pecan, and tung oil orchards, ing rapidly, but it Is more likely to loaded'1n'a rolling fcar"'that' has full ",refrigeration. ford Cattle ahow.and sale' .of purebred : cattle .Industry! phoilldbeapermanent' ; Add the'okra,;'tornatoea,'and parsley ''ball games'P'rIdaYblght'atI Starke.
s' ,; . ot .
certain burn' tender If the Hereford bull8 part of a larger fiort4oq|,, and cook slowly for. one-bait -
fi ; 14 grape vlneyards..aj\d t o a : foliage.1 ) ,I cab- >kcoasigned toy, j Remember there will be a sing
ektent on cotton.and\curs lands bage are commencing to.head,,Air, .' .. ..' Hon., J. T.: ".Stckely.,,proprietor jpf our Florida farmers' agricultural hour. Place all of the vegetables at:'Wateroak'church Sunday after-
.rr..' ;, : The seed are planted in spring or Watson advilMd"dustIDC' with one 'D'onie'Orchardg I the .Marengo Farms" Demopolis program. Dr. R. L. Brinkman, in1 kettle-with'chicken. Add boil Won, at"'S30; o'clockEverybodyIle '

' :' e rely urnme'r" noTrTaterTluiirjinie. of.the fluasllicates.\ Int, Alabama +iTJiei! lot will consist representing/: .:th.j,_:Floridat te ing''' 'water- pepper'. and salt ana .welcome to attend and take part

If'<, The planting is don.either in I The strawberry pamera .isialao Florida>May Crowitt'Least sixteen .bulls,ranging In,,age.,trom; Live Stock Sanitary Board. Mr. simmer 'slowly'.for, tw5> hours ''or in the eing ng.." ", :' 1' .

r\ 't >ws or broadcast 'very' much asH giving trouble now instead of wait- 20 Fruits one,.to.,three,.years rand weighing Vj' W.i Lewla,,,,General Live; Stock. more until the chicken Is',Very' .ten I Mlsd'Racllel'. Sllcbx'who 1.. teaching -

,r dowpnas arfplUlte.ll./ ( an j broadcasting Ing: until i Aprils This sucking Insect I fronv. six.hundred.to.two thousand, Agent A.J. -+and Mr;.,L,. der. Remove the chicken bones and at Vanderbilt spent the weekend .
''i seemsto' ,be'' generally similar to the.i chinch, bug, pounds.j and, representing\ some of IL, Lewis. Uye,L stock .,marketing: i add the boiled.rica.and cream. Let : 'home1 with her:parents, Mrs.
i fvored. The seed are sowed at the:! attacks the crown of the plant, and : .:At least 20:fruits:ore adapted
.ti.xf rate of about 10 pounds to the acre 18'(best controlled, by! soaking the the .home,orchard in. 'any section the.breed, addition to the bulls reau are In Volusia county ,.this '' eeded,' Serve! while! very: .
ot,;Florida,according to.H. Harold ,week. bringing this ,sale, to the attention hot, dividing the chicken':soil!that
r::: Jhoculatlon his, \not,:neceanary. 1 plants with one ,.of, the pyrethrum several heifers will>be shown and : CEMETERY WORKING
: I 1 Heretofore\ seed have been ac'atce'\ compounds.In Hume,. assistant director of, re- sold.: Certtflcatea. of: registration i of: cattle producers and each soup> plate has some of the r_ : r

!..I\' and high priced, but this year they! celery fields, the leaf-tyer' ,, search at, the Florida' .;Experiment will J be..delivered with each. .animal land owners- Those cooperating In meat. well as f tome'of,the vegetable ''!'There'Will be a'cemetery'working

(r'I '"i moreplenururanrtheaper"The: making appearance early. Mr, Station! _. Fruits, ,hat, lose! ,. their :sold. ,Mr. Stokely's ,cattle the sale are: The% Volusia County *.' ....4-Luey. Belle, Settle II' i at Evergreen cemetery Wednesday;
,.;' .c. I elllng price iqri4 r.ging+ from 15 to! Watson advises Controlling! this Insect leaves! ,in the,wlnter, like' the pecan have been shown at six large fairs .Fair;*Office": '\bf: JDH3.1: ? 'V.-7 Knapp--; p.w ,1 1. February 17th: Let's all Who can
pound: and persimmon,should be ,:set, as the state veterinarian, A. C. L. R. R., DEPUTY COLLECTOR: ., attend./come1
\\1 ;' 0 cents a depending nome- bjf spraying or. dusting ,.with ? during ,present show seasons ''prepared 'to' stay1; all
'(:I., hat on ;4he flUgntltJr\ jdrdered at! one of the fluoslllcates.._ early as P.,08slble",8Incethey make follows: ,Jackaon,:Tenn.; Huntaville, the1,' :Agricultural Extension"Senolceof HERE MARCH 2ND, day.'i' '", -
ne time. Nearly 350!\ tone of seed>; Further information about! these ,better growth ,!lnith I spring! if',set Alan KnoviUe.Tejon.. ... Richmond, "the' University Florida and ." ," .. ..l"r" .-{Wi0...''T
,\". i!j \1 re available in Florida alone this or other troublesome insects maybe While(\. they are,,still, dprmant. Trop- I,VekJacksonMi.q."" !- ,iandi\:Montgomery the Florida--t' ''St tffl :Marketing-'Bu" > : :A deputy collector' of; ,internal County commission tentatively
had ical trees like the mango and avo- reau1. . ear. by writing, tfce station for Alaelan ins th. facet : privileges
1-" It cab"hi-aVcBlVbiMloXi'Med: l tha buU tin,, l83 Cltrus? Insects and cad&are 'best planted in:the'rainy, severer' ,;competition"OJU along the n )JrtaiaiAfctAT p r.w tAT'lftt* ."d'.' Starkeu FJorl, CII.,on,March ,,9, 1932: navigation: 'district;InJupL>

i- 'r ;, a i rotalarla wlll, take its place as Their'[ 'Con.ro) and, bulletin, ,2d?-p- season'' ''''Humestresses'In'summer1.' : the foma-' line,! has to their credit ten cham-i I i .I (j xtj; ,
t major summet'14guaM the farm Florida! T.ru'clcan4 darden11nnp9tsOVER ; JJMI' plODS,and;grand ichampk>9s.jtw n-i ,IIJ' '.' d' .11 'I,. connection with straightening
I j>f the south this summer. 'T"! '... .. f ,.,, h: dU' mental artiutid'the'''effect'' 'ttomes'ias": ?W these! weirds fruit" trees the; ty-; lxiC,first 'r'Jbbons.fouateeneec- '- e11a a'i'P?, Z44!?"T f,., 's" : year. >a931. eataai' 'route.l -lAlce: Worth I Herald.

200'BIRDS TO BEF1NTFREDWSTA1W4.H : 'qualrty' '*rulf'( (Will) onds,_fourteen thirds, twelve I Use this bladder1jaxertqhrtva; ( I ', ;, r I'". 'It' : vueav
variety they ( h _
I'I; ;.u ANf EgMPMPNTpIV : -= =-' '" fo0rtlta;;f1Vd'fifttis'and'bne"alxttr"! < OJ-.Ii- ; :Ytibr r
I' :' liES ) yield1 for home41se:11rtuit4"adaptedttd'the' .q' ." out ilmpurlUes.,and ,''e"cen1s, ]
r T 1 FW'UJ). WO'\lE'Ii! :' CLUB POULTRY SHOWpeLandfFla .) north a b held el which,cause.JrritaUoR thai,jf suits
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'Foi : leg palnsu backacbe.buwlogaudgettingrupnlgbtafJ ;
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\ "T- western parts of the state1, as listed .1- r : 1 Iflf IJBT : "< ,.
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,: ,-;Over 200 birds II1'fkll ch ,III rfer >> U-1UT!: the,, .
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.: Florida wom(1: ; :'ut: wllL/be/ 'fnd persImmon, era
llltaf\d\9r\ <,. Pr1r4Yk'g4Lcdci1)n1s: ; club In connecto"DIltf1 pouJtrJ{- ; OW; \?.ties QtIre VdN fr\ trlntt! Satatima'' 'arid sweet pe grange's!' s : :> :dg, cat Juniper Dll?, tc.,!'works on :th.*,bladder ft J". 03. :"ii.J i, ,;.. i '1' 'f,, )
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l given plc- pleasantly and effectively
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last. were recenflv alaS ; .
year loquat, lime quat, ku'm<{uat, D" '" 'T l4 Ifl .,
I : threabyt !!iM.IXUU'L.: > !FaW1YebrtlnYys"Id-to;I'f sib tie prgdw erlS areyraenifeetlnq! ,.rgorq castor, oil .on the bowels. Get a 23c ; rrhu Je'fWtf"q. I'

f'' and household equipment by Sears cording"'to"Aorman, -R'TuTehi: ,of;' pomegranate dmt1i.quIlI.ueklebe"y,. muscadine. and, lnterett'n: mentioned better cattle has'ben'( and 'the box ((5 grain.Iaaro from your drug- .I.. I ., '{.,IL: O, ,4 ..W.. :" ',1,1;" '
a Roebuck< :uul C6., :for 'winning In poultry cpeclaiut with the Florida above' sale 'ar gist. After./ounidaystlif. ,Joo,,fey fc ,
mulberry the. < "
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the state home Improvement con1 Agricultural' Extension' Service, bunch gripes: ranged in an effort to help etipp'lythe HevfcJ< pfxget glup nights go back : "

'; test.{tills Vit'giniM' Moerelttlltefrom ..qdlpef1lttDde\ $ rot ('he' v leg iow, YpunSberry and .ptrawberjles/ \ .: ,' demand for better- bulls! Inbunding' anti get your money. You are ClabnsAnoi'lier, :Victim;
Tl t. ll In r
fruf s qivpv. .
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r' 'r Up :.herds\? la.
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) (idoprdvefnerltpectaltswnnounce& toOnJeih'ab/ b9ItJI9rJ'ohe l f the.Vdltfsi1 bound ItO, feel better .after: this .
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These Are n IIJtlUtf': 'to beela gtvWi Wr ti the .t'1 t:1'at: F1Q.rJS:14! tl\r ;i1rAJUevocados area where, the, trek eradication cleansing and f\\>u'get ydur'reguiarsleep .. .

1 10 cash prizes recently awarded by club 4olks and wLl...hpune tbplr e,.-, oranges', grapefruit, pear pr gram' his''been cbntpleted' and ,Locus> ,! ,at"Mitcheli'a': \ I DrugStore ? ; .. I I. '/, .I !.. '.:
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tpe!1t'C:h, persimmon;:,tOq'rlll4va, r ; '
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hiblts- rprlzesf y/lll those counties,where the;work, )Is I
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Owen. j be/jjlveil
:Mrs. Ruth Bryan ; .
+ [ ,; .Those ts'reeete. p5eturwnrefeM.'W winners 14 eacl1"eJu'" j }Con} tilamondin,, llmequat, kumquat, nearing completion: '. . ..a' ,e .," ,II'' ,III, .

; 'C Air red',1. Garter } The state 4-H club: judging( Surinam Cherty; fig pomegranate Such a sal? offers:'aft'umtsuai opportunity Panama'' 'Citgrewe: -:blosm'trugt' .Fa'ir''
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add Mrs Mary S.eott, Bonifay, test! 'will be held the last daydf the 4\wberrlea, muscadine andblaccberrjes.; ) and!) .bunch mulberry in this respect It'ahouldbe Co, new firm, Installed{ ,modernprescription ... ., r'. '.nlIJJ:,.' in ,,,' "1.: II. It.'.1,1.';,F :K .
[ Mrs JAW. Duches, ..tvI; riea I
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Moire, and !oM..1.: f.3. VrtderblU o'% inembeochr MlIlcbtnl"ee.Qr lpeSQa..: dtrawbet \\i If. ,:.
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For the south Florida home or- ; . rll 'r 1' '/! '\ (:nrJinYa "
Starke Mrs. Thy v la.' t F1J (ref l In,p'Chicago'rt14q'1! chard' M recommends: Avocado;' ?,-.'I\I\ H T ?J } I Falsey,
|Brown, Hampton, and Mrs. Fl' Cluo t Congress and a : ,
Snyder, Dunedin. tfttfrr} t ;.iabfi) rfxeyY'! \' Hub- mango, grapefruit, orange lime, : 'r '' i, 'in ;. ," ;rat." ; "
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tamarind ,
tAngetoJl
''';'The following were given ut t iti /njfterfrlir roaeapple, up"QC1I.Ua Strawberry nts'oQ: alltyi\ i "i' JliP9i/T sill.IJH.V '
onUr- ietteam +ttttld"trlp'rifeeCOlning' ,.Bmequat, kumquat, calam (J "I > /UI'"II "t l -
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anent: Mrs. Annie B JOhn
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ondln. .Surinam cherry, ,guava; ,1 !d. 'j "1( 1 : ".j: uJ
J..W., ; Bevllle, and Mrs; E. II. Bone will be 'given '$10. and the ,We have tilte.River.I. ,
nottoro berry plants)1 ,, .
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grown .f In :;t dttr ; ; : ,.
GalDesvll rt *lr ( CrE. Plckett, >yvej!! teams) asQ, u apgar-appleppursop. panaya. pure : < ::Sb$eWaS i;eau ii Ql; d..fhAVel'eA''jjW 'n dpiT ;' : :
) granadillamulbirry" artiatty.
NpberrY'.tftf. tIU ,,Little nW"ir; 111111 members I e'tritJ1!' i tl jCIlOTALAir -' : nj \ *" been for her teetlu. THEY WEBB FALSE 1 .A.neg-
VfMle !Apple. f y prove Idondi ( 'I : "
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: Milton :Jiint. will get e, iftOO,; h ,' .. HlWW .-H'T i '' '
: !: : V'I. lected case''of: pyorrhea Had!rUined>her>Jteeth- Jien!, i r.
T. MrfiW. "l "iFO&2J&b D
Mfr f. White. c. Hen- prizes r, .
$20. Iilakemorer and fine
W"JNQ\tINE new productive
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erson iold MrL': Ar 1'J very h'1ook3.-:Had'fehe'COhsulted' he1deatfat1-in<:rtime/,bad"i' .
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JA..M. r'at1t/1RrY.f1; If Carter anY \! I I1.Jf\r wrtl select t lnr411'bct ra; :tltOP.L\N!, I''''areatlreythan'' Afidsienai'y'brKfdndike' ;'twice+ :nsTpr'o r' .l"l.. ) f fiM' T'teeth'thdrp'a' Wy'' feleane'd'a'ndther'tartrtiehi6v-' : ; :,

I:Mrs.! J. C. StrlcKVaxl; Bonifay, Mrs. of tv j tadglng contest, and tk Crotalarla lypi\vng( ] to ba';: a j'"!: Tducti ;!,)J..Y"y Ji .. i r. J)., ((1 t $1:-JllfN-nh. ,)_ 9.!: "'''I'I"n' j" tI{ .tP5" ) >'a.lrrtl Iuritrl; < e> eraylr

| Q i W. Alde..nali\l end Mrs ;W. J. trilll the 4-H poultry afytt\lll promising covvlUtP.P for truck\ \ >j plants through, y agents(!> IlrownleerBroa..Stagkertrlt .1'1 her..teeth,might have been sawedher.. 1 al, rp5; pe il) ) "II,,
Jntt erson, '.Mrs. Pear Par- ) orf.nfcthgerofthe"
' ke r. and Mrs. 'A.; M. Webater. Belle btj40d by"Madison D. Lincoln' farms,_says! H. Q Clayton.. digtrictextension .C. W.. Kobcrt"fut )r. ;'Jf'yrfa" erint'sie .'''dnfe.. of"") bonwnesapreserved'fpr, : years.** ,IUggSc.i&1.nQ"o* 17 f-**;!'** in .,.it
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i agpgt. Lfat year ;30 .p- ; < a ,r ""lJaJOIf 't'>tiwv -itaUvejof<< pyorrh ai:; ,b it a pleasant cleanser as
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Bonnie Gilbert. O race' lie -MlisM4ry HALF HIGHLANDS CITRUSacreageln ( e county agent.Vnere thevg b1:Y"'>n d" ytf'vtdnt. plants : naifaruatfjj
Y ::' 1.dllll..a! ;il" W o".: .lUaol11 .1t< .... ........ I. ,
liet91ils'fol"nled\ frotaia Li, the I 1' r.est111Kt4systf/jMttrllneshwin,
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amso' GreenacrIypi ; Hi land untylaatLouf 4: 9 3aUJ;,r ;" ,,4' ,. % b OU1 s sane"..T.1. _...,..' aaq.d.1'."tJrtthml. 'is .. .r..U.'. .
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*'* -. of.Insects, and the crop- of Wake\ l ''Up 'Your! : Liver r7 Bile: : :, ". .tf: .?" 6O.Ori TEI5TH H I n iNSirD-Aisirp't'iMib t/W;), < trh
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r'J J ; never how 'good r.L_ T Bed --u... ............. RIGGS, ?,' 'd.
r'i f f> wlw r1goillon; ,nU aa iuhr And You'll Jump Out of u61pr; I "
; a cigar can be yntil you, ....._. /1. semen, i L..w.4Indpo.r ....,.....,.It irhel...,.r ...
;i have smoked :it .o otxjfeAOHQUATI m the :Morning RariDt4JGo 0. ..... 4 y.. sera... Tw ..... I -.
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= NOW p.rfY nldtBfMf --. .candy: or twtnc fan awl eIPd t III a ..-.-.. sssir siui '

' a SAME SIZE rl'n.w' pad,.... tbsm to msjVsj yoti sja ...'tRod U1'a1'DU.._..............,... / Starlce" ByCorpening's _".
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r :r /. Leicls Cigar .i Mfg. Co., Newark, N. J., Makers INSURANCE' II pIQ N.b.ir/l gltlr a.it Iwa .... ... u ___ ..... "\1 I Rlggo Medicated:Tooth .Powder, Co. \ 1\S1.' \Orlando.'.FU.nm .

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What tftd l Judnb d$ ", I'tpwn. : t "In; cooperative agricultural !entetoMfcn' ;,
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which be received for "
ey betraying rvlce. according to Doctor
Ms ,Lord an/1/ :what wfttTthe end*bf ;C p. Smith of the- United'

ta'4tiwjr! (t"il.fMatr.:' ,,i 4_ ___ State!'* ''JIepft'ttni: ; nt bf( Agrlrnllur
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______ prohnbltl: the most ''democratic!
word u a lamp unto my fed, and a light nnta ny pla.-Pulm 119:105. February'13: '*-' '" e'_ -IlJi .; -" '' thin* in America. National, state'

tit3Jiittrz. All religious teaching doctrine or Believe''and,.Llvw'JTemia said t ? _ _I and county government' tarlMtl"

-. 4. creed U they are to have any claim unto her, I am lhe"esurrectlon,. i organizations and Indlvliiua' 1 fdru

lore, loyalty and devotion of the people, mint be In harmony with and the life he that believeth in men and women help In dvtermlninjf .

) of Jesus the Christ whoso words fit into every fold and crevic* me, though he were dead yet shall whether or not an extension -

I-Tby human heart, and of whom it WM laid In John 7:46,"NEVER MAN he live; and whosoever liveth and ; I agent '|ji p to, be located In a county.
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f LIKE THIS MAN. believeth In me shall never die._ fAir have a., voic!*. In Helectlndf him ,

of Bradford and Union counties are Invited to une this de- John 11:23: ; 23.: or,:herhelp..flnhdca the work and

for news of church activities, organization* and announoe> What is the Hebrew benediction 1 determine what the program shall.

[ Space freely given and no charge made-the only requirement Answer read-Num. 6:24: 26. 'I; 41 be. About 2,400,cpunLles novy,' have
F that such Items reach thla office before \Vednemlay morning i'.L ,,
; February 19 __ I' ., one or more cooperative extension :
they cannot be handled for current lesue.I ._ A Complete DlIveranceDe.. lt .-_' -T T:; --...,. -- agents. Survey how that thin

liver me from: blood guiltiness, 0 ,, I -uI.'r -'' ...._-.., '-.-_.' ,., 'work' Ui' affecting farm and horn

'J'her\: \, ,there: arose ,among the Cod'thou God of my salvation and ,-. ,- .. ....... practices va between two and three! ,

I r SUNDAY SCHOOLLESSON I II Jews two questions; was this man my tongu*'shall :slag aloud ,of thy million! terms and, homes, each

I ,who< cpuld
I .1 beggar?' And how"dld" he1 receive What reply! did Jesus give to the .. ., '

.his sight ? On the'' first' question question of the rich ruler ? Answer 7 MM',II 'h:}('111 KIJtIIOIIMNolle IIIII I'OHM! A> I) -

FKBIltfAIlV 14 1032. the; hail known him ,' ,
FOR "people1 who divided. read.Luke 15:1925.fhruary17: In hereby itlvn thai alt
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'.-' but' thej man 'said" "!' am ;; .;.iltrK[ rt>idird.ii, .IIMI.II.II'.F and

Subject:.'Jesus and tie !Mad Born he." On the second question there A: Great Contract .... Foe evil :v. : 'I the.Ctt5 111 ;por.n.Sit having VVIIItHinir bilniif 0. .|.r,iri.>>xth lniit,

Blind. was qnltc a controversy. The Pharisees doera'ahl.1l' be! Cutoff:' but .thom L nnntnMtirl.. iirfi hereby; r.(|ulr.(| to

Golden /rext"t. ain'thelightofthe 'called the man who had, been 'that wait upon the' Lord,,they shall!l .,q.,. ,. primnnt\. to I1i,.thMr.ti lr ..'lulrnN, ( duly!lpQ. A.a.thentqot.i. flnrdl I*-

world: he that, followeth me healed and asked "How then-were inherit the earth. -Psalm 379.: ,, ( its,. l'llulitp JnI5e, ;fiIr4fu,0; coutu-

shall ,not walk' la 'darkness,. but thine, yes .opened." "He answered ''What is.llaid. tif on.''who Is slow ty.riorliln year from, for: rtnT liln: 'ncvroval hr>,?, ftr,wltHlnon I thinnolle

shall have the light of life., John and said" A man that la called to.anger 7'Answer, readProv.. ..joi: will lj. held In bar lh"r"la,
anil all .. .
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iinmonii lnil ht Jesus made clay and anointed mine 32. tttte urn m>i iiUity their maltS
8:12Time and Place of Lesson: Oc. eyes and said unto me Go to.the February lit <1.hi> forthwith I tit: ih. under.Igr.4a.tmlnialralir :l l

tober. A. D.. 28; Jerusalem. pool 'of SI loam, :and wash!' and ]1 God's Pleasant Surprises, -, Eye nAtional of the court with its striking cactus-tree Thin. nth day, of .'.11111"1' ,tin. ,
the Republican
la the latter.part-of October-8 went and washed, and ''I received hath: not seen nor ear heard,, When delegates to discerns .- J. .X rtO"Io'rlC'
In' the background one .Mt-3-C 'I ;
xt' 'd' !lJn.
just before this lesson Jesus helda slght." The Jews called the man's neither have entered Into the heart j convention meet in Chicago n t_ _, .___ ,_,.. ,
ofla the bocki::: of the twelve angular:: pylons'. "' ,
discussion in the temple and a ked' them "'Is this of the Tune they will witness the dedication
lengthy parents man things which Cod. hath;, !\ .] ru. 1.-'rOI .II)
with the Jews. who claimed to be your:! ''son '.. born' blind e, how prepared for them that love him.1 ./- Hall of Science 'of A'Century of Pronto. flanked by twin towers which is to suChicago's ;- I HKIII1OM: '

the Children of Abraham and cloth"h*' now see?'Mis' parents answered Corlnthlaim 2:9.: 1933 WOrlds Feir., The, Cf -c- rgund ,an electrical fountain. The ,Hall ctmony rHtlllum N,;'ll!<." 'If hvr:hr irlv;.n, Km alt
loiat n, dlstrlbitm. cod
therefore greatly favored by: God *' this is'our son'* .'born What did Jesus say about little will take place In the huge ,court .Scenes 'I J8 I$ approx.matsly700 by, OO.fe. t.;, all |I'ir.in' ''' Imvlnif. 't"I.... :Maulniit 7

and also Bald "we' have one' father blind; But by what..neans he seeth children 'TJ Answer. read-Mat U 19:: s 'own' above.; The figure pointing wlt-'i! t' ai i ,t\, g lit ,..eaand a mezzanine.. It is mode.ncne ,
even Cod." Jesus said to'.them "If S S or who hath opened hi* eyes we 13-15/ fs president ttfus C. Dawesiot *ha' in digngay.; white (gold:; and red .n co'.ccposiUon. that li, .''Idlmit, duly auihnntf.

God ,were your father ye would know not: he t la of age! ask hIm. fJ> > ,. '. ,i.f. m 1 1PHKSUYTKIIIAN ; Notice the $fostrum'in Ui9fenirul; a, combination of the rnystcrinjsH 'I Lalcxl nor, luunly. to lh,...1.lion.. of I llrHdrnrit Ian A. tlitritl."<>ua-.

love me; lot I.. .*, came from Cod" ''The1Jews'cast' the healed beggar ''I-r. Irom whth1eer1'Wilt'' b able'' to ray' in effect.' 'The' Hall ''Crf' Science, v' r.Tiddces t ly/ Flpu'kt'r| "W>, I..r..I 1* ", "11.

He then> told the Jews they were out of the temple. He met 'Jesus "- -'-'- '" asseoibla $$3 pt tra 80.0CO diign by Paul PhPpe( Cret of P1111:1. : ii'ptlcn In one yAur from' dut. hr. of* tf thla
>9 rriany will to c' hwld iliil haj ltt-re'1l,
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the children' ,the 'devil",."and did who'said,''"Dost then believc'on theonf Service Sunday,. February 4ai 'rKar Wall dtlpWa.!: .* and all ixmoim lh.I.I.l< t 'f) .al.>| Ostot.
his work. After further heated .(l to pay hair' .al
discussion Jesus'said "Verily. verily. Is the Lord that I ''may belleve'On' 10 a. m. Sunday school:. ,J" |;M. ---- _._- .,; 1 ,,,t- r'rjT; .rrr; '-r-rr-- ,1" ,... I .' 1'0: "..1 f't: ,- .','r,1r':1:1'r: : ; 1 ".' ilmftlUtrnlrU l.bts' rpriliwlih:' to, lha y"cI.r.1all.T I: l il i ',

;, )say VPte You, ;PSftW Abraham hint i :Jesus 'said '.1' ',.*.Thou' hast Truby supt. nE\.tv/\i 8"'no lt l1m" -' .-- ,-' -' : ._,- I ,,'.:('a u. -\'rtn'lI: II.U.tl) ,This r'f'IItr.M'WIZAIlJoJTt, ltlh div, of January,.roiN IMS....i

was,.I am.. Then took they up both'' seen1' hTm,'sand ''b& it Is' that J Jl..a, nv: Morning! worship'_ ,ser. I.V A BIG WAY AT rr.\\IPTON: I JJiitgR. Hereby nntlca I. irlvrn thai under. -U-m-l-ll I I. Admlnl.ir.trlKWNotVia.
stones to' cast at.him}l'' but .Jesus spealceth with"" thee.' :And hesaid, mon;, by" thy pastor I "pieme,1 "O raIUng. a .. t t ; I and by virtu* i>t that 'cPPtftY rrnl

hid himself: and..went out of the Lord,"' believe.*' Several? times ; ." J f ,. 1 '''rhe' revlvar'ti\ t' "'staftdd"1! at Elle.Jla.C'.r.. c.,. "t.Z.l -Adkfna'/Jona-a anIKrV.'I ".".of l 3l.hy CMrVttlt* Him.,t'oAVtIn ,A. I ; .itoriep- :':inIroec rip vs'rniie .AJ'U

temple going through the midst of ''Jesus declared l! \ lie 'was' the'"onof: "- (6,30! ,,, Pv. m:. C;: ri.!atian. Fndeafor. HanSptou TueAday nfgrit, Feb.' 2nd, j.I ,- I and for tlradrurd. 1 Bounty, Jurlilw\ I* bfraby $15.01 l that ,aJI ii
fnrerloaura at mot<> .. '
In that cerium leftuteeh 51flIhtas'
them, and so'. passed by." God," the Christ,, .Do. ..we really. ,''believe ToP :.t"W atJesU8, eacbeeAiutFa la i going fine;'crowds 'are Ihcrcakfrtgeyeiy ,Mr., rl. O, Crawford And .Mr, p. SlIMS' null wherein Jam**.I'. f Jctt. mI'xveutnr ......on. having, rlalme. ...I".t andall ,
Then the lesson! tot today begins Him?! Faithfuoe8a.Lea4er) ,; Eatello Ken- Bight-=the' lat-A'Is'bleBHlnp' :; U Water.. and Mr. P,,, L, ,Clyatt;: cf : ; nf tha: aiitala nr Hjllnha lha eetata f"if J. W And......., M.. ...
.ed,>4, ...Ph..M,1. ,.. ,., .. ..
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"And as Jesus passed by, the, saw drick. ., Jesus 'aa
a man''whiCh was' blind from: his 1 WEEKrSERMONETTE" :' : :;10'pn I.. ;Jvening. "{ tShiP.:song wm'drawalJ''merrunt.'m'l'We' ' winter. tCrardM\ .,..last,, Monday.. .,,, ? anm, tha und.r.tn.d, ; ax nuavlwlMaeler (,.l>.. A. 'llardtnM': t*. Jii.na'. .t'.
(hn 7th day llradforn! JMunty, riorl,*V for .... '
I ''l will on Monday
blrth.The\> blind man probablysat ; andrsermon, 'It,,la expected. hat 'expecilng' larger 'erh'ds"e+ey Mr. J. Dubose of Verp; Bench, of Morel A. n. 1IUp..dulD.A1:. lljeI'lial approval within 0". year from rial* '
at a gate of the temple for Inverse Safety of the Godly. nay,; Rt;" y.. Weld, of.7 JeystobeJIel& nlghf."We"wlrt:' have'the Kvangcl- waa, yUltlngt Tf l"tlvea and friend* houra of aala aell 1 tu thahifeh hereof. or thIs notice will ba held Ink !
1 'Pnalm"91-9": )' Because" thou..hast be : at hladArUr.oasI, nj.. In fnani flha thO",.'.., cod i&J, p.ruonj.flt4.lut.d" \,
will
8 of this l.essonltBays'; ; .'heeatand'begged. ta.Community church! ; Isttcr'. Brotherhood 'frofrL''JatkeMIyule : In; tbtecL( n )IAIIt'TJlurllda//, "Mouth "....r r.f lha tonrlhouNe InI4iark. lo acid, eetfile, Mra. reiitilrea, lo pay -t
; ,. ,and In.Acts Z::2 made the Lord, which' Is my refuge, wU.h.!uaatthla;} ejrvice.and! deliver: frlday1 night.' Vfre-'wllt'hear,' friend ,pf kff Roy/ r;>,pubci| :Will, *. liradrdrd'lcniantni' riwldat' th lr e |d ::1.1t.:7n'j:: rlh r.N.q,,' 'th*".,. it

(and other places)' we,are,told beggars even the'. Most"High,, thy" ,habitation the; ,sermon, ... ; -"' "/ some 'great teHtlmdnl'eii'frdhl' ) the le be.glad to know he ban,,returned and the following helna In .dexcrinail...a Iw...'.land..... .:..lyln.... '. dernlirned, Thla ILk ...lay of January, A, D.

were !daily at the gate 0(.the ; ..Prayer" eetlDg"edne-.da31.at., : men. For 'Special Sunday1'we will home. from ,the honpltal ,,JlUkJIQn. Florida Ui-wll C acre* In ,ui: c.rivr1i'4tt .- 1' *.

temple S S. to ask alms.' 1O:' "There shall no 'evil i befall, 1)30, p.: 'm; .. A ,praL1nvltaioro l \ have the Duval county convention! rule where he hat beenpperatedn' nf I H.clln":% 6rri-I1'4J'aiaaIh-1i K, D Month HII''v l-l-, :.t.34':: ,iLWJANDR'fl.3r) Admlnlalrator, ,

There ,were'tmohy'; blind persons' thee, neither shall any plague come afl, '?1.Y'1 e !\ "'enaed, o.all.. gingers'with"us'1 at both'rv1ce ., ,i > -iFriendaj&IMc Itanice. II Raat .4rtii Towmihln.WI...,. ->f SWf lot '..I"! _, ,,. ..IIIOf'I'I., ... I 1,1",, ,," .,.. .rf.ral ,
near thy'dwelling. '* .. Ic.f1,1I ,,! and 'T:4. F.\'l'rybody'wefeome' f.'yNn Thompson N W'I.. and lot 0 and Wept hal .>f ,",o'ru'ffj. FO.I HI.K-ATIOI A
P I" !
in Palestine as as 230
probably' many .. +tt'11nWondlWn -- ------
one In each oaefjxundrecjpersonal! ; i".JU'.' IF! r'he'ehallltf've'hls' angels H flAY; t\D. !""f1' -r.t. Come\ eari/ifyou'want!' k J"seaf wtLtb I glad, 19,,kiiow) Ue.iu. Jmproven lot 24. and. ,,K'H: M In. )ftarfuf M.t-ru| 29). Tow" Hartal' No OIII44(i.e

,'"Andhis' disciples-asked him,1 charge' over' thee,,t< keep i thee in ,''", I ->li- f ', ,) I .)*,.,., .' ., f ') .!i.JSAXTON rag. .yer"j t'Mtfrom, 1Jt.rJ! '! j abe.re'."! 5hfl( & .HoftfrV,. ''nUnBW'-W'. 51j455Hi.. .'' '. 7t.part.s.t t.afl.i': r)IT P...." *.Ci IpiarIrr.(7a15.aviiI., j

saying, Master 'whO did sin 'this all'thy ways' :V '< j. I (Continuetroast, ; >jeek:> t cetvdIn14 awrk nr contalnliiK: I.! .,... !To In WnY all, fy'e.M 411,1" ""r m_, i"i: cIo" rln'I'Notl.t Jasuarp I. h.ipb;10.I! Iv.n 1123 dolt".1,...........

''maor: 'rtis' aren'tfl,' 'Wat) I ",waS - 'hands lesthQu> dash, thy foot ? 17, Iv24 .....I.. lluw..t.a4nryl
their ; (UKt'thlrd of aectloa .
this
hi Prwtching'every lpaa.flw:
earthly ga7VAlsq .prC! lap.ep .
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born bl1nd' Xjthose4a'ys'therewas / ., / ) .
; KNJLOMTyk Kb4fgLIT.ISrIfs' ,,1rLa. ) ;Aloy 4iel404.o1 flu M Mifk.,.tfi inar.tar i
a common belief that disease against a stone. I \n' 'f their, foye!! ,and, their hl1tredanl Sundays At 3 p.'m.. by Rev W.'B WaY,\...._ Jeilbr| m I ..SprIgith! Kollcltot-a for .dmpf..nt' of Houlheaetii1' '' 'r Mlwn .

and affliction,:wera' the' result,'of '13.:' "Thou1 Shalt tread upon! the ,\,, elr" ,envyt"s) now, :perished; Christy' of tha' lAwttyHethodUt ,cIaUveIia.iid' : frteftda. ": ,. h-r'a.1.j 'I '. I IUrat' 4/Towh.nia....e Meridian 4 Nouih l<.Puss.n.4 filed Itilteat.Tallah no.tl ..

sin. There la'no, doubt that acts' Tloti'and"adder: th" young lion and neither, have they.any; ,more a portion << church. Preartllcgr' ervlc on! second : TO \WK\H. ra4Viyaar
In"-1LsV %
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the dragon ''ghalt thou trample under ,.forever ilk anything ,that is and fourth; Sunday at 11 l N to erected, proof, to atattlfen. claim tn lbS Ia4above
and '
do '
of stnfulnesa ,bi1zgdIaease / daacrlbad ",,'nr. flerk Clr ,
.the slning' and feet/ done! undec! : the! ,nun.". : Verse 6. o'clock 'by/-TteVJ Sellers of'Jackaon at, corner 'Mala aod'tiroa4 itrceta It appaarlnir rorrrmtrtitartt ttam. cult .court :at "Hiarka. Florida, on the

suffering also the alas upon of parents eae often bring'. 14.' 'Because he bath set his love Noter ,lf.{pne ',Continued In, con-. vme,'and singing In the afternoonat \y management' -of Tamtam. Cafe!.. *tM d/*tu'rmiH the ,J wncraln>lll| of.I pomplalnt PranM M filed M rl In rhaa tllh day *f.narnee M r..h> l U.,, ,.,-. ,
I'lalrnant aa wltna* e(\
upon me,;1 therefore will I 1 deliver aclousneaa( after death he would 3.00 o'clock. Everybody InviUd. ftb-isc1ty., flladi aull/ for, dlvorea. cutest _. ,
upon their children 'deformity, I W..rltl. MarMyr that 'reel hint! 1''win set, him 'on' high. because -, know of the promotion of dishonor .- of War(I la Marlay la line- John n. Mathewe.. ofljftvrf ey, Pie.. .
blindness and of body .or' .
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/liseasea Hob ChOP of Mferke, !-
mind. I ,ha bath known my name. pf hia sons. But >Job says he CUiKK'S, KJBJFO1IT. ton Maaaaehuaatta, In tha ataia, that of tnara Florida I la noparann Aahar. R. bukee. of Mtark*. 'Tla.auonniB .
15." '!He shall call' 'me, and not this. Not'onlY' so c rrtoM. 'S
,"Jesus Answered Neither hath upon j does know Report, f,*...'Clarlr of Circuit known to affiant. karvlca of proc. -. ,
this nan sinned nor his parents f I .will answer-him r I 'will.ha-with but in 'death one loses:all the attributes NEWRIVER. Court la aDd for Bradford Co.nty. upon wbofaiwould. '! .bind' pb. ".said. ', <-Jefendnnt. '._'_-It".4.",._._v ''I. -. .'-.. -_/_Register,_.
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Vlorlda' Ollnt1'
but that the works of God should him!) in trouble;p> I'> will deliver' him, I and that be can have no Mlaa Ea.... .... Car.' .4 tar tke on' year 1.2.. ..1I.I. therefor. ordered that thaaid II..TV.1I'S sear.
"The and,honour.him.1Iff more to do with the things of, this C. .A. Kalc'it. ta. collector. Ward Harley do apples to the Tf.reby hotlra la Wi..... ib4iiJ.; ,
be ..ma,4eanfest'( in him. With life will I satisfy : l *rke. Fla., February I. atu bill of rnmplaln.t In said eauee. In ."tb,. rirfu..ol that certain decaaoentered
works of God" mentioned by Jesus ; long : world. thons who attended:the etla'" .r'PSV "' ,.rk., Florida, on or before March. by "0... A. Z.! Adklnc, )u4ra ,
Urn and show him my salvation. 10. What does the psalmest say Among 7th. A. [I. I 1":1: el.. the alleiratlonaof of. and flradfordc.nnnlr .
of To .... amJm.. J _. ._.,T4'7 4elBy circuit court In for
m the
meant ( that ease) healing \ will Betajtan .
airplane stunts ,in Stark" Sunday 17To aaid bill of complaInt Klorlda. Chancery. In that '
"The .
Prayer-O thou who dost pledge about the dead praising God ? arnount coiiect4 1.711
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the man's. blindness. which Jesus I afternoon were; to the of thy dead praise the Lord neither It la further ..
thyself protection not of Plarke. a *v>rt>or 't n, l lenmptolnnnt $4 l
A ..... ,.
knew he would then perform. riae A .. waak for
W. Andrews and grandchildren, eba publlaiiad 0"" a. and M Zlnlurr Mllla ..4nthera
childrencome" to ouraid..' May that down into silence .04 ... a
any go To fcal due Jan. 1 T7 four .on..811" we.k. In .r.cI .
? ..
< sent .
not by defendant
writer I Jar
"Pafn & L. and little partlaa on
says .. Mr. and Mrs. Ktlley
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ft 4V
eolleft .
fly amount In
we be- sure that we, go to thee Ps. 1115:17.: County TeUcraph published till apaolalmaater
llh '> un4.r.iCnel l
God an a "" but as a flag of and Mr. To ...1. do&Jan. to 1,55311C..Sy' 'III
curse son,. E. U .Jr, Mr. ..1..1. Htarka, Florida. daring lha lenal hOurs
ourselves to know of
yielding thy control :11. How much does one
.... BrMftmlmtfmmmx Wit"".. my hand .ae Clerk. and .
warning. Another writer says"Sutr'erlng Johns and Essie Mr. and 1101 .f aala ISIS 4cr
daughter
so that thou mnyest folly shield us. God When dead "For! in death tha M-al. nf this court thIs 1"4th of .. ..hjI2: In ;:Znt'I South

is in God's plan for this Amen. there l is no remembrance Thee" Mrs. Merritt and grandchildren To bat due Jan. t __. _.(,..U.1In ( day, '"f V.biuisF- (I.)'.' w A.; fllf! ;!rtH ", door of (k. ,ou.t house. In tttarke.
world. and offers opportunity for Mr. and Mrs., Frank Mtorritt and ,. amount collected _, 14* 7tl Sb.CircOit nradford ronaty. Florida, aell to lhahl '
divine power and for human help." Remember the ,Sabbath Day. to Ps.15:1.: Mr. and Mrs. N. O. Moody > ...... due 3.... .'0 .- -.. ... .'.HO." fOr''Ia1 ,eei, cilurisol Court.It .h"" bidder for. 'eaab. ,... ..lluw.I. .
Keep it,Holy-Kxodua 20::8. Go to Note--As already seen, the Bible baby .. laa> lantIl'ln.. and tfelnar I. aa Mliradfivcl '
PKHHTMAW
C.eefy K
Whatever be the cause of these and children. Mr. Jay Moody Mr.and mmf routity. Florl'la. lrr>wltNK'4 ,
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Church Sunday. everywhere represents the dead as T'". bal due J/J.... 1 -_.- "f.U"Y' nVillcltor for Complainant : of' .;t H 'tlon 14, Toara.
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afflictions it Is our duty to do all If in heaven or Mrs. Pledgeriohns, Mien Flora amorwrit. ....114...*.- .. _.._ fe 2-$4t.3.4. sPite 1 _.... Itanva, IO Kaal and; ale*
were
asleep. they ,
we can to ;prevent, or alleviate Belle Johns: Messrs. W. ,N. Johns To hail dua ,,.... S .._, 'UI'. lut4- In lilock II In Mortheaat aorner
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DAILY BIBLE HEADINGS hell would it be fitting to represent ''c....r SeJ eel-. _... i i R4IUKMVP! .. $61.54UT1.t1l.b.rab1.lY.i1 of SWVt of NP.: / 'nt Scribe 14, '
them. them' thus? Was Lazarus, and A. B. Whitehead O. W,..Sapp- To baL dua Jan. 1 '- .. ._ .1".11 Towrieblp 1 ...." '", Kan.. II Rael,
As Jesus passed out of the temple Mr. Roy Tomllnaon and sister Miss Hy amount coll.icte and said February:* whom Jesus loved. In heaven when Ilermle' To bal du. Jan. it ... .. 7.1f1.11 of the ...... of DaWlt fJunea. ot.c.. ..
ho saw the blind man Ruth Tomlln on and Mr, also iMWIlt C Jonaa. trallncaa E w. rr.nRTIIAJf.
Len.aruscleepeth"lohn
the Savior said "Our friend .
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God have I +mmir : .
Man In
Impotent Company, bankrupt
Hardware
work the Jonea
to must
his "I MaHier In Chancery ;
disciples Kelly. To baL due Jan. I 4410" *
11:11.: If so, will _1at/ public uutcry (0the .
" works of him that sent me whileit put my trust. twill not be afraid : 'u Hy $nounl "J".4 __--- 17ClOTo "Itrh..t ... bidder I .... KNIOMT A KNfUIIT fltarka, fla
him' robbing Mr- and :Mrs. 3. .crews were and b ( or > for Complaloa/it. ,
calling to life was really 10 ._ ,.. ....00 Hollcltora
mo.-Psalm baL due Jan
unto
what can do of .
man tba froa.door .
Is day the night cometh; when dera f >* raak at ...-.. &
06:, U., ..him of the bliss of' heaven transacting business in Stark Saturday ...... Sa.-..>ea a.-a.cw... the county court houa*. Htarka. Klor- .
no man can work.? They BAY that that rightly belonged to Him.- afternoon. To baL due Jan. 1' _._--,.-_.II.J4447nr I'lay ''it, Ktbrttarjr i.l6t'II 5531. &td It op'M4vr6weW.UP4tleS
: 1WOTI'g
does Paul call the temple .
'"day.ber""u edr'ant"Ufe What amount colluded ---.1HI ITo o'clock a. m.. -
"death." of God and if we defile this temple 12. But 'are not:' the righteous Mr and l'i.dger.Johns. of baL da* Jan, 3d)' :,, :_ .11,074:I* "acrllMKl real estate tO'WIt', U hereby trlrt thai nmfar
time" AadjatghVT meant Haines 'is his I and bclnar In Bradford and by virtue nt that certain final.
City visiting parents ylna
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what, is the result ,Answer, readII dead in heaven T "For David ls not daa4i.tba4 luilam. Sac?.. of mad January '
Christ U the' 'lIght which over- county Florida aa
Mc..And Mra. It. L,. Johns for To baL due Jan 1 jSII.l414y {:iJ.o'.a/i:
bet 3Adklaa. '
"When Cor. ':.16. 17, ascended Into the' heavens. 'Acts ; amount collected Jl : *$ 44 Commanclnar at the NK rorner of 24th A. T> A.
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coma the darkness of Sin. I a while., ._-, .. laada eon"00'P.4 br..A.. VJ V*"* *04 Judge "f toe Uti Judicialffrcult ,j
Jan. se .n''ol
_, February IS. 2:34.: T 'b.L d. wife to Bradford. County Hank, by / In and for Bradford .coaaly ,
h._bad thus spoken ba spat oaths I C. hOme .
Genuine Praise-Whoso offereth 13: What must take place before Mr. S. Crews returned ...-...... deed' dated tho l>rd ground and made clay of the spit Sunday after an extended visit la To baL due ...... I ,-- _._-__ S4.Id A. IX HIJ. thence K. '<4 feat to In Ibe City of "'ar".. a munltlpaiqorpovafter. .
glorlfleth.; and to him the, dead can praise Cod 'Thy njr amount collected' _____ iiiSTebeLdu.J.a .. la od O" .
tle;and ha anointed the eyes of the praise Lake and landa of J. W Moraaa. tbaneo IL" t aomplalnaal a
Alfred other of
,
that ordereth his aright will dead men shall live together with point. S4 .....' -, t47 14)WMoWa ) feat along acid land thani-a W. Sri McWaln and Hertha McWaia I ,
blind man,with the ;clay. And said way South Florida with relatives. and raawtaai ,Wmft im f..t. thence N. lOi feel to the bla wife. Joined by lloberl. M Wala. j
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unto him. Co. wash in the pool ofSlloam. I chew the salvation of Cod.- my dead body'shaU they a11840 friends.Mesirsi. To .baL due- Jan I ? --.--- place of be.lnntnv. being 1H feet her huaband and "..l friend are
Psalm CO: 23. Awake and Bluff, ye'that dwell In Ry' a.....*". e..ll.e4.d ---_- 14 e' of W. bait ut lot. k a ad 4 of. iilaokI .'.......'*. tb* Miuterela-xetf. aa epeclal -
(which U by Interpretation dew Guy Andrews_ and, Jack To bat. dee Jaav *.... .- -,,.- ft71Tnfcal. 'I ortctnal town tit Hlarka, aa par ....'...r. will sail for ....... le f''
Sent ) He ,went his way therefore What did, Jesus say about, the dust: for thy'dew la Hk the Cannon returned ia GalnesvUl oa......... pInt( ; recorded H deed knok H, paei the blake.t I cad bed bidder at (Ike ,
". woman who anointed his head with of herbs and the earth shall cast .'.....'"... 1 .- .'.'77 44Hi 711. of the pablfa recorda of Bradford front. door of the court boo**. la
and washed And came seeing. out the dead." Is 28:1. Sunday night .after visit ,with : auna nt .cnUactaxI _.......,.... ii,f* I isounty rioHAa. Murk.' Wradfordi ...air, Florida ','
The) procedure was similar to that precious ointment T Answer read Guy's parents for several days To bal due Ja.a 26 ---1112.14 I Maid .. will stand for confirmation on Monday the 7th day of Wa..c", AK .
the syrianGeneral. -Matt,. '::0-13., '14!'When'did David say he wouldbe Beeid ek' BrMer* fBtarao' ,ud SiaJtTo at a maettfiM fcafora She uoder.al 1113.: during the Uval boor *f.a5u. '
required of ; '
aaznan. .
; 5a. Vud I .n'd referee In ba.nkropt.ry. ImJtC for the purpose of eallefrtac ,
''when he1 came to the February 14 ,, satisfied "A lot me; I' win ,Stuart-Martin County Welfare baL duo J.... t _____ __l..,tlBy .' --.II" after the ,...... Said. final Ce,.- .and h4tamoan.
: EUsha and was told to "go Love Not the World Love not behold thy.face In rlgbUouanessi I .... .. amonnf eoll.er.4._', _- 457.45T WOfl'AH r. li'IYIESJ. therein. contained..., ...Iba. folfowlaar. .ee
prophet Association: to reopen. St. r .f. due J .4 *4ft T*.-lr. Ban km plcy.l and wash In Jordan seven tunes," the world,. neither the thing that ,Bhall be satisfied, when I awake Sanitarium. iMJ.... W'*o. ltDeRii!Cleric. i f Uraoam Bide, Biarke. Bradford county, tnnr....., 4.witt

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PAGE EIGHT BRADFORD norrvrv TELEGRAFD. 81ARKK.. FLORIDA __.___ _. FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 19 '
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Green arose In his might and smote I
ti
Bradford County Telegraph things In the following language: i

Established 1877 I From Other Pens 1 1 "The American people are already oo Lute i

__ groaning under the present bur I

I _, ...... -. .. ... -...... .. .- den of taxation; yes taxation from :
AYt Published Weekly on Fridays and Entered as Second Class municipality to federal tax. Can- 1 Jt I
A nuisance tax Is one we do not 4 Classify !h''
Matter at! the Post Office at Starke Florida cellation of debts owed the government i ,
like to pay.-Starke Telegraph '
by foreign nations will in
; By RUSSELL
Huh I Seems to us all taxes are I KAY
((E. S. Matthews __ __ _____ __,____ __u_ Owner and Publisher nuisances!Bronson Journal. the end bring additional tax on See...,...,.. honda Pntt Auociutior .

: J. C. Robinson __ __,u _________,_____ :Managing Editor o our people to meet, the govern- : :
_
., Tampa Is feeding: city prisoners I ment's obligations. Gentlemen< In Awhile back the governor appointed ;
SUBSCRIPTION RATE the name of fairness and good Mr. W C. Thomas state
for ten cents a meal.-Starke Tele ; ,
in Entirely too cheap! ; common sense I beg of you not to purchasing agent, and it seems ; i .
Yearly, $1.50; Six !Months 75c-Payable Advance graph. There'I ; ,
pile an additional burden on ,
.4 not enough chance for I my that W C. took his Job so seriously ,
Advertising: Rates on Application that!-Bronson Journal. people.-Perry Herald. that he ran hog-wild and saved t ti

4 -0-- this great commonwealth some- ,

', Plant a tree. Florida had a bumper crop of r What About War With Japan'lI thing like one hundred thousand !
.
0 flute! in 1931 and It looks like the I (Arcadia Arcadian.) smackers. Imagine a guy going to ill '
1932 crop of candidates will be I Just now it looks very much like Tallahassee and pullin' a trick like ( ,,
There is big it in "If Winter Comes. ,
a the United States Involved
might get .
Is
heavy.< -Starke Telegraph. Nuts I that? No wonder the governor
pI are plentiful right on it seems.- In the war between China sending him to Chattahoochee.Now .
bill collector. and Japan and it Is going to be if T. Ed don't use
I The outstanding optimist is the Bronson Journal. Bryan any
o difficult for the average citizento better Judgment he may wake up
,
o Tampa Times says women may see any good reason why we In Ralford or some place.
: Monday is the last day of the hunting season. talk more than men but moat of should. Already naval and marine t .

a them don't talk as emphatically. forces of this nation are being hur. And now Mr. Harry Wells is ]

The silver dollar is not so unpopular these days. But mere man listens just the; bly ned to to protect the scene Amercan of action Interests., ostensi- wlshin' he'd paid a little more attention .
: Starke Who.
same.- Telegraph. to what Mr. Culbertson ,,<
ever said that evidently knows I Apparently Japan is encroachingupon had to say about BRIDGE not long

". Gasparilla Day in Tampa ; ;usually celebrated with a lot some women.-Bronson Journal.A the rights of China and per ago, seein' as he's got the job of :

; /of sarsaparilla. p- haps may need a good trouncing, Papa Bear of the Road Board. Now her !.
but U does that the United "
$10 tag will cost you $1250 seem that the BIDDING has started ,,
o Monday, with the sheriff's cost for States could well keep aloof. This Harry Is all hot and bothered tryln' | r
New canal routes are almost as plentiful as candidates I assisting you in your selection added business of making the world safe to FINESSE the JACK for the .. ( -

:L for governor. to it.--Starke Telegraph. Wonder for democracy< has proven an expensive SPADES. In the meantime every- in
the law failed to include proposition to this nation,
why I body Is hangln' over his shoulder
,, ; -0 the clerk of court tax collector since it seems to be more profit
walntln' to see if he can make his
4. I Now is the time to start planning on beautifying the county judge and three of four con able to lose a war than to win It. CONTRACT.-Harry is tryln' to : )

'. home grounds. stables.-Umatilla Tribune. Wars make opportunity for a ,figure out whether ho should sign her -
few to create fortunes while the .
A. ''i a ABOVE THE LINE, or on the line, ; |
0.- Another thing we notice about, masses take the risks. Those In or BELOW THE LINE and in the
Next is Parent-Teacher Get acquainted high authority in this country need !
.1 Wednesday Day. town is an Increase In the male attendance meantime he's trvin' to read be-

with each other. at church, an increase in to take serious thought before tween the lines, just to make sure. i ;; ; I
S attendance at club meetings and again plunging into a conflict. The .
lie's not gonna take a chance losIng -
j ; Increase In their man and money strength of the ,
: W ; an membership.And any HONORS if he can helpit.
One month of leap year has passed, and it will not come we notice this happens just! United States cannot again be And he knows the governorwill ;

t i : : again for four years. before the primaries each election thrown ruthlessly into a world- TAKE HIM OUT If he getsin i
4 ..
h, Whether this has con- wide maelstrom. The people are
r 0 year. any a Jam. Anyhow, we'll have to
nection with politics, of course wedont not going to be again whipped intoa for PROGRES ter
give Harry 100
,, ; Taylor county had its hog killing day, and perhaps the: know; but it's good for the patriotic fervor over the woes of SION. ami

; : : highways are somewhat safer. churches, preacher clubs and individuals the people of other nations. We :!

, t who practice the fine old have troubles enough of our own
-o Mr. S. L. Lowry, Sr., baa now
,
custom.-Punta Gorda Herald.Indian just at present.
{ ;: : t Facials probably started from eating of mud pies by a We have already stuck our natIonal joined the Plumber's Union and is ( .

;; Spanish women for their complexion. Giver nose Into the business of others castin' his critical eye at Florida's '
2 DRANE, while Peterson and Lea ; : :
o My husband always gives to me, entirely too much. The folliesof have gone back to the shop for

5; ; 4 Tampa police rounded up five pickpockets when Gas- For safey, all his salary.On troubles the last of an effort entire to world shoulder are too the more tools. S. 1. says Herbert is : "

parilla and his pirate krewe entered that city. And Monday he begins back to with coax, fresh In the minds of the people to a nice boy and he likes him and all r : V
gets some loving
that, but in times like these a good .
permit them to be stampeded Into
,
o hoax. <
job s a good Job and can't afford -
;; : i ': One reason it is so hard to find a place to park is that And every day for this or that another better mistake of the same kind.We'd to let a little thing you like friendship erts ,
use our resources in
: t- :, I give him more, or have a spat. stand In the way, so he's gal-
else wants the after.
: everyone same place you're preparing to defend our own coun- tor
f On Friday night he shouts, "Why ioptn around askin' his .
neighborsto
k $ i <, 0- try, and if the neighbors want to
honey,
use their influence to him
S t 4 :' Perhaps the League of Nations cannot make Japan behave What did you do with all that alone.row among themselves, let them' get a berth on the CongressionalRecord. help

; until she formally declares war on China. money?" has I' But Mr. Drane's RECORDis (
Possibly Japan some just
E. M. S. in Chicago News. pretty good reading and he ain't last
o grievances against China. Japan
--n- worried much about the other fellows -
i It's a good thing army and navy heads cannot fire congressmen Governor Carlton directs public bas proven her ability to maintaina takln his SUBSCRIBERS I

I A for criticism like they do subordinates. attention to Feb. 17 by urging the stable government Is a' good, and deal< Chlna.'sgovernment of a even if they are offerin' a nice ter ,
observance this of that date
.'. j ? ifP -o year farce. The two races have much in FUNNY supplement.
as "Parent-Teacher" day The : '
;: Bathing suit manufacturer announces there will be no executive expressed the hope that common. The United States can and '
r Mr. Frederick Van Roy has been
well afford to off and let them
r2, 4 ;' w cold shoulders in 1932. And Florida's sun in August will all Florida citizens would Interest settle their difference lay and keep I: doln. a little gazln' in his CRYSTAL here ,
t themselves In the work In the natIonal -
." RIVER and tells that he
' y 1 out of the us '
, : cure a lot of hams. t and local associations. To this mess 'tf I welcome."S
and future I '
t I sees a grand glorious .
--0- ;
;r ; jc, a statement the executive attached a News Mlt Der LetterSeptember for Florida if we'll quit electln' ,

', 4_ 1 Some counties will) not stack up so well if the number of : brief history of the national congress the two our Senators from Territorial Districts ard :
of Parents and Teacher and
; j S candidates announcing therefrom is indicative of the unemployment of the Florida Congress of Parents States of the United, and Instead select them according by l
. 0 to their occupation.-Fred-
.
Meln dear Cousin Hans
; situation. and Teachers. The national con- : of
I now take and ink Inland erick says that too many !
I _ _ _ gre a was organized February 17, my pen LAWYERS is what's the matter
1897. write you rait a lead pencil. ered
{ : &c Th Arcadia Arcadian sums up war in one effective sentence -Okeechobee-News.The 'We do not lif where we used to lit with us and what we need Is more was

,
I t .. : "Opportunity for a few to create fortunes, while the training a boy or young man we lit where we haf moved. I hate business men. :

S gets in his school and college will to say It, but your dear old aunt ple
; masses take the risks.
0 vot luffed I dead. She He thinks we ought to have one
have vital effected on his after life you so wee s also !
from each
ded of New Year's repreaenative group '
p new mona on
I' and those able
who play the game honestly -
like the ROTARY CLUB In .
Just ,
1 It ia quite fitting that the newest in fair and Day in New Orleans at fifteen
thing darning should square, will play the minutes front of five. Some people other words, let's give the butcher,
.. 4 ; L originate in Chicago, where a company advertises "Bullet game? of life in the same manner, think she had population of her the baker and the candlestick
while those who try to shirk responsibilities -

I heir when she died, her breath all leak-
0r games will do the same when ;
ed out. She leaves< a family of two Now just let your fancy runaway .
t And there is the guy with his first radio who returned heir college days are over and
boys, two calves, and two cows.They with that little idea for a
they have become players in "the ..
--- -
it to the dealer because he couldn't minutes ana see wnut it uoes 10
get anything but static, game of life." Play the game playt found $10.00 sewed_ in her ; ..:
4 crooners and tooth paste. i it hard, buck the line, buck it hard, bustle: It was ;.an awful lot or you. If you can play with it for (
to leaf behind. Old Mrs. ten minutes and stay out of a
' money
1\\ 11 Y ---0 but do It on the level, and let them of I
Straight Jacket you're GOOD.
Offenblock is very sick, she Is just ,
about that the .
say you you played
? Times-Union says a woman honest enough to tell her game hard but you played it fair. at deaths door and de doctor thinks .

age cannot keep a secret. Practically every woman under Exchange. IB can pull her through. She has Can't you just picture our RO- <
; then such a nice little boy, he Is just TARY SENATE on the opening
" seventy keep g
1 can a secret.
II" n$: "People"A like a human beast. I took him to morning when all! the boys rise and .

\ < p de hospital to see de' sick people, ting, "I'm a Little Prairie Flower, .

i Tallahassee State tells of a farmer plowing the other day six-year-old girl submitted the ve had a lofly time. Your brudder Growing Wilder Every Hour," and of ( 4
t: and following composition on "people" Gus took our dog Fldo down to the then all satulte the motto over the their '
,
hitting what he
thought was a stump, but whbn he to her teacher: Lou
saw mill yesterday to haf a fight. Speakers table, 'He PROFITS Most I
? l4. turned it over it was only another candidate. "People are composed of girls He runned up against one of de Who KNOWS his onions 7"

I '4 0 and boys, also men and women. big circular saws, he only lasted I
i'4 r Boys are no good at all until Frederick think son
: t The plan instituted by a Georgia one round. All de Grasaenblocks may we got
, municipality of raffling they grow up and get married. family have de mumps and are Taxation without Representation, has '

S C 4 ,.f off the political jobs to the lowest bidder might save money Men who don't get married are having a swell time. I am sending but he just don't know.-He oughtto some
.
:"ff; for salaries but cost the taxpayers more elsewhere. no good either Boys are an awful your black overcoat by express. In hang around the LOBBY up in day.

H 1 : 0 bother. They want everything order to safe express charges, I Tallahassee when the LegislatureIs :
they see except soap. My ma Is a 'cut oft de buttons, you will fine) in session, if ther's any group :
The government will_) send men to assist taxpayers in woman and my pa Is a man. A them in the Inside pocket. Your from the Azalea Growers to the arm.Mr. !
'
1t t' p"iIE:: making out their income tax reports but the army of unemployed ,woman is a grown up girl with lit uncle said if you don't' pay the dOe Zebra Tenders that ain't represent

; want experts to discover an income for them. tle children, my pa la such a nice vot you owe him, he will cut off ed. I don't know who they are. It's of < : /
man that I think be must Taxation without
S have your head and thro It In your face. the OCCUPA-
% : -0 been a girl when he was a boy."- I: just graduated from the college TION that's botherln' most of us

1 Returns from the state racing law would indicate that Stuart Developer. and I took elecutlon and physical right now. ,

:l' each county will get $10,000 instead of $20,000. That's ten a torture, I learned to be stlngy- of !<
4S thou than Taylor and Dixie county people grafter too. I got a job down at But getting back to that open-
more counties
received before the bill passed-and should not be slow In urging the the llffry stable as a stingy-grafter Ing morning Just Imagine ONE

l they had races. adoption of the Jacksonville and taking down hay for horses. Hans lone LAWYER beln' all gummedup spent

: 0 Suwannee river route for the cross 3rat> was sick. De doctor told with a mess of Business men, er,

'!fr America state canal. The first reason U him to take something so he went bankers, doctors, merchants and Mr. !'
: needs 118
fighting ships to bring it up to treaty that this route Is only about half down street and met Ikey Cohen what-not. He'd be the only guy in was ,

:4 't, strength; Japan needs only seven. That nation realizes that as long as the north route; and and took his wach. Ikey Cohen the outfit that would even have an day

:: : it, takes more than words from Washington to lick fighting the second Is that It would mean had him arrested and got a law IDEA of what it was all about and :

4 men and machines. millions of dollars In expendituresand yer. Do lawyer got de case and no matter how smart he was he
I Improvements in this sectionof Hans got de works. We have 30 Just'couldn't EXPLAIN it to the home

,'.'.. 0 the state. By the shorter route chickens and and a fine dog. De rest.of the fellows. He's get up

|i'., Two convicts, parpled iy the pardoning board, caught the western terminus of the canal chickens are laying 6 eggs a day. on his hind legs and start to Mr.

y red-handed in another would be the mouth of the Steln- I 3e dog is laying behind de stove. Whereas and Therefor and How-
: crime
were sent to higher
a
; court by
S hatchee river at Deadman's Bay Just heard dey formed a operationon come with the rest of the gang Bit- J. M.
tri fingers of Tampa police officers where they will find a and the eastern the St. Johns riverin Mrs. Offenblock between de tin' around like a flock of Totem Mr.

,; pardon harder to secure. Jacksonville. The engineers of dining room and de conservatorybut Poles. Then he'd say "Gentlemen,

o the government who are appointed > she died between eight o'clock. this is a BILL entitled an ACT"

One to make the survey will expend De people is dying around here vot I and some Grocery Clerk in the
writer suggests raising the gas tax another cent to (190,000 In an effort to arrive at nefer died before. Hans I wish back of the room would shout, "I

provide hospitals for cows crippled on the highways and a figures of cost on the canal; and we were closer apart, I am awful move we pay the BILL and ring

( .; home for defeated candidates. A garage for crippled cars and they have the money to complete lonesome since we are separated down the curtain on the ACT." Mr.
I their Your Is
work.-perry Herald. together. brudder Frank la
a home for indigent motorists should come first.
a getting along fine mlt de small pox
the $10.00 vot I
owe but closedup
you
o Bonnetts off to Hon. Robert and hopes he finds you d* same de letter and home
won't It In.-
}Right about this Alexis Green, Hoping you will write sooner, get
S., time says the Melbourne Times, cand'id&te congressman from The Pathfinder,
are engaged in figuring the mileage from the the Florida second district. The I remain here, ): f' Mr. : :
& nearest other day the debate In Your cousin Max.P. ,
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}S : railroad' to the log cabin where congresswas -
they were born. Mileage to on the question of more taxes X. If you don't get tlis letter and ,

school and the number of pine knots used nightly should not -such as*federal tax on gasoline, Id me know, and I will write youa SHAMROCK GRILL The

be overlooked. electricity. and a doten or two other nudder von soon. SPECIAL held .
LUNCHEON
RATES
40._ _, common necessities-when Mr. P. X. No. 2. Hat just received ALL SANDWICHES. 5c at body: \

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I OA FORESTRY 'SUPPLEMENT 1'1F13UUARY 12, 1932U









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E. S. Matthews, Owner and l.ublisher '


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School Children to Today's Sturdy Sapling Political Offices 11/1,


qe i. Are Tomorrow's Tall es Tallahassee,-Feb. 9.--Florida law Farm Loans In 'j \

I ant George Washington requires that all political advertise

Memorial Trees Timber :Inn ments and campaign literature Florida Denied I
published or circulated prior to or

children and the trees they plant this on the day of the primary election :

be distributed must be elgned by the author, Attorney ,.' ,
will
f"MALL forest trees 0UII will 'to manhood and. maturity Lund Hunk, How Rays Senator" '
grow General Cary D. Landis o y
:
) free by the Florida Forest Service upon together, the well-being of each Adaght said today in a written opinion.If Fltcher'Mistaken Informant IK "\\l.

in order that each school child NATION As the the advertisement or literature (
other.
FLORIDA JOINS the
request nay la h"
largely dependent upon published or circulated by a clubor .

i Florida can have the opportunity duringi of today plant, protect and\ intelligently : of committee it must be signed by Washington Feb 14.-In a letter
IN HONORING children the chairman and secretary, tho to Senator Duncan U. Fletcher,
i lie next few weeks to take part in the nation- care for the trees, these same children l. oplnoln stated and If the printed the policies of the Federal Land! '.,',
) a
wide movement to honor George Washington nEOnGlrASIIING'rON citizens of tomorrow, will eon matter Is In the form of a circularIt Dank at Columbia 8. C., are set i
as must bear the name of the print. forth bv Its president, F. H. Dan. 1

by planting memorial trees. You reap the benefits of this action C.of er or publisher. Political advertisements lei who had been represented to

,-nn assist the school children in your In addition to the many schools oming appearing In newspapers the Senator, by a constituent as .q
having indicated that the Colum-
must be
the rail of marked 'paid advertise.ment"
'' to have a school demonstration iiousAiN of Americans ore heeding t that t are 1 planting' demonstration f oromrnunity but need not have the name bla Federal" Land Bank Is not going ;

T the American Tree Association to plant ten millionas some are using young pines tomiir. + of the publisher as the newspaper to borrow any of the $2,000,000,000 :g
of their oun by help- ebts, >rd
forest Reconstruction
funds '
Itself carries the publisher's name. Corporation ; 'I"
trees livinz: memorial to( George Washington. ;... .>vi'tli rite tract n m ---
h em to secure use of a .1.------- !1:1:t
mg In doing they are sharing in the most gigantic nationwide dedicating these as living memorials er. GREEN PROTESTSSUSPENSION" will be considered In Florida. The ;'>>
the outskirts of so Cl1be
of idle forest land on These may OF HATES' letter follows: "J,1 f
done birthday party ever given to honor a fellow-citizen. to Gc.orgcVnshingtoll. -- "Acknowledgment la made of ".)9 j

your town. As soon as this is of the leaders in this obtained free of charge from the Bd At the request of Florida vege your letter" of the eighth concern- .,'

the Florida Forest Service at Tallahassee To maintain its position as one Florida Forest Service at Tallahassee ex table growers, Congressman R. A the policies of the Federal Land J'J'Ing

campaign Florida will have to make a final spurt of J Green recently protested the suspension Bank at Columbia. At this particular ,
will hip young trees for I which in quantities of fifty or inure at of reduced express rates time It Is not contemplated a!!j,

planting the school forest and will tree-planting effort in the short planting season If the available space on your ng tie I by the Interstate Commerce Com that the Federal Land Bank of Co. ..v ,i:
b
lumbla will funds from the
Not for hundred will such an the mission. The commission in response procure
years
still remains. a will not permit on r
school grounds Reconstruction Finance
lend a trained forester, equippedwith to this protest now Indicates Corpora.
opportunity for combined patriotic and chic service of fifty or more seedlings, Jy that the reduced express lion Should the occasion demand '.
planting
planting tools, to help) the children The thus far accorded the Florida few ornamental 1 trees, registering JJJ rates on vegetables will be allowed. thla matter will be given con sid era. I .
again. response plant a lion ,;
come His protest and the reply thereto ,
thus
enabling
plant the trees, Forest Service in its leadership of the tree-planting and marking. these as Wash- .-e.ington follow: "Recently your commission "Regarding the statement madeby "
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each child to plant his memorial tree citizens memorials. This will enable e suspended reduced express your con Uuent to the effect t
campaign in this state demonstrates that Florida .r. rates on vegetables to southeastern that he understands that I have Indicated I

to mark the two-hundredth anniversary this opportunity to do honor to u the school as a whole to perform a 00 points. This action of your commission that the land bank will not ,;;..
will not only seize consider making loans In Florida, :'
the two- Indeed blow to
was a great
of the birth of George Washington. state's native specific act to commemorate m I
the this not correct.
man hut will in so doing enhance our vegetables growers, who are In i
of
George
be great hundredth anniversary ? Kulm. for Loan :
will then
These forests essential to L. many cases, not receiving more ;
charm and safeguard a natural resource Washington's birth. than 20c per day for their labor. "The land bank him not at any .

marked so that they can serve as and teachers of JJyour With tills reduced rate a little ray time discontinued considering making
industrial prosperity.
their the principal
memorials to the Fatherof If of hope loomed in our action of loans In accordance with tha '

permanent -r school have not already organ. your commission in nullifying the I provisions of the law, rules and .1 ":!

Our Country; upon registration i'/eil a memorial tree-ltlanting cam- III ll reduced rates. I hope that you can I regulations! : the c Federal Farm, l o
.... .b ro-conslder the case again and put Loan R oar d uu on a baste a rr ord-
with the American Tree Association them to immediate action before the tree- I Into effect these reduced rates and Ing adequate protection to the b

each tree planted in the demonstration forest will swell'- Y paign, urge ends. Write to the Florida Forest Service e, thus permit our growers to con- bank. Obviously, when considering yyi''
season Applications' for loans, the
; planting tinue their production for at least
Florida's total number of memorial tree-plantings. By at Tallahassee for detailed suggestions for the conduct of a while longer." character, reputation and abilityof

of the forest children .the former must be considered
establishment ,
in the
actively sharing The Interstate Commerce Commission
your campaign. all well as the value of the security
in forestry work. reply: "Receipt la acknowledged
interest
are given a personal being offered and the income derived
of letter of the ninth In-
your
e
I J L from the operations of the 1
F J _cant__ nddressed. tn Chairman Porter ,
.. no farm over a series of years, ascertaining .<
., 1 of the CommIssion, having. ref.
1 '
db whether or not the applicant :
-ir- d"I erence to reduced rates on fruits .
should under reasonably normal
: _
= find vegetables proponed by the
i NJ conditions produce and dispose f
Railway Express Agency In Its tar-
of products affording to returns
zJ ff I. C. C. No. 312 to become effective \0
z sufficient to meet fixed
February 8, 19.12: and on I'
and Including
charges living expenses, I '
protest of the Southeastern Express '
G
Installments and taxes In
e rti I r Company suspended by ordcf connection with the property ;: ,
J I thin Commission in I. & 8. DocketNo. !
which he may seek to mortgage.
w 3605, You are now advised that
"At all time the question of eligi
of the contend. .
through agreement bility of the loan must be consid .
ing parties and approval of this. ere<1.
commission provision has been
Granting Extension
made not only for the protestedrates
t
tI "Regarding the matter of grantIng -
I to stations of the Railway extensions to worthy borrow '
Express Agency'' but also for reduced -
,
era, we are following the practiceof
rates to stations of the
'. having the directors of the association ,
Southeastern to
I Exprens Company through which an Individual F
II become effective February 12,
II I procured a loan from the
1032. Under the circumstances It
I bank, Investigate and make recommendations I
r rsl that .the order of -
appears suspension aH regards any delinquent ;) t;

Rtudenta Rr0lvlntf Georc. Washington Memoritl Tare 'ijChlldnn may be vacated and the pro- case, upon receipt of such ,
Jtrluonvlll
R.relrlne GeIrO W..hln.ton. MemoI.1 Tre. Hundred To t1.nt on County Highway .\ ceeding discontinued, thus leaving recommendations from the association ,i
0' Lak..oo arho.l.8t. p.t..uelr. Con..r..tlon Ch.lrm.n 0' ".....n Tube the desired reduced rates In effect
.
C.rtler.t- hum Mre.CI. I. Th.m.s St.t. .. -- Is made bY the bank or a review
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,.u ]J.JII .....@._-..-..Ll'--.-IDT-IIlIf'.W---- -I- FLOAT" FOR FESTIVAL In the hands of the bank ia '.

made and a decision Is reached aa :1 ;
Mr H. L. Rockwood of Gainesville
orated thecd'25 to whether or not the case may be I '
met with the Business Men's
here last classified as being deserving. If
Club Monday to make arrangements
..0 a close game. The It ia decided that the case Is a deserving ,
for the entering of a float
"stock! be- was nip and tuck up until one, an application Is then \t
; game for the town or county in the Tung

--_ _- ra- -_- -u r .campaign expenses r proper lights'and the other with ago to par the last minutes when Cox, center Oil festival to be held In that city forwarded to the borrower for execution ;(
I in closing out for the locals, dropped In a nIp and action by either the full :1
either with the secretary of reckless driving. the last three days of March and
state or the clerk of the circuit Officials of the bus line said they understood the shot for the winning score. April 1st. Messrs. L. Wyman, N. board or directors of the association +''

court as governed by the two prev- would settle for damages. The property will Alvarez was high score man for Sternberg and J. C. Robinson were or its loan committee (the latter ,

ious rules, not more than 80 days driver was not arrested. the next few the locals with nine points, with appointed as a committee to complete only In cases where the directors ,

nor less than 25 day prior to the : Morgan high man for Hamptonwith plans for an appropriate I have authorized them to act) "
who recommended for or against
HUMPHREY
first statementnot nVFUS S. 13 points. float.
primary; another
more than 12 days nor less BOOKS The Hampton boys started the For protection of the shade treeson I the extension forwarding the formal -

than eight days prior to the first Rufus S. Humphrey, 72, died suddenly !MARCH 1TII game by racking up three points the street, Mexars. K. L. Biggs, application to the bank for-

primary; and again within 10 days early Tuesday morning at l In, the first minute. The visitor L. Wyman and C. A. Knight were action by the executive officers

after tho second primary election. the home of his grandson. j. O. of the county displayed) a fast team. asked to meet with the city council Florida No Exception"As :

Therefore, this year candidates j Wyndham in Jacksonville. various pre The lineup follows: and urge passage of an ordinance you arc doubtless aware wo inUulgenclea .
have found It to grant
of voters necessary
must file their statements of cam- Mr. Humphrey was a native of Starke Hampton against promiscuous cutting and
paign expenses between :May] 8 and South Carolina but had been a resident two weeks the Alvarez: 9 F 13, Morgan trimming of trees within the town. not alone In the state the of

midnight of May'13, their second of Starke for 25 years. He 1 for registra Martin, 4 F 4, StricklandCox Florida but over practically
retired naval stores operator. March 7th, and C 7 Williams CHARGED WITH HIIOOTINO whole of the district In an effortto
statements between May 28 and was a 7 ,
midnight of May 30, and their final He was a member of the Mormon I the first Smith, O 1, Johns protect our Interest and that of
H. C. Wall su Dock Warren is held under national farm loan association .I
statements not later than midnightof church and Bradford Masonic 1 Stemrerg. 4 O Wadsworth being
July 8.These Lodge No. 35: of Starke. Besides ''I stated Substitutes' : Starke, Thomas, $we> bond to await action of the and at the same time be of service '.
Mrs. Alice Humphreyof who have al Wll grand jury, he being charged with to worthy borrowers who have In
sworn statements of campaign his widow wall, 3, 8truth; Hampton,
of all Starke he Is survived by three 1 not required llama. shooting Mrs. Jake Johns In the our opinion exerted every effort to
are required
candidates expenses whether they have paid 'daughters Mrs. S. I.. Wyndham Wall stated. He leg last Saturday night on highway keep their loans In good standing

political workers or not. Florida of Charleston.' S.. C.: Mrs. Lula B.J:0.names of deputy 13, near the Wannee Branch rail but through no fault of others have

law limits paid political workersto Kearl of Lake Town, Utah; Mrs. for the pre 4-.?.-.-.., i,... ,..-.. a--. .. A way crossing. The ball Inflicted a found it impossible"under existing-
of Los Angeles of opening of flesh wound above the ankle, causIng conditions to do so. 1 ,
clerics and stenographers in the : Martha Thompson I .
With The Candidates > >
' candidates' campaign headquarters Calif.; four sons Herbert Humph j jV considerable suffering from loss KINNEY KITE JAILED

but prohibits payment of rey of Logan Utah; Rufus and I ii ill i mm in- 8 of blood as the woman had to walk
Kirk Humphrey of California and : ON 28 back to town to have the wound
money to others and prohibits per- TODAY New candidates announcing this Kinney Kite was jailed again it
treated.
ions i William Humphrey of Lake Town '
for -
from
accepting money political the assessor's Thursday noon, charged with being
Ven- week include two for .
i: Utah two sisters, Mrs. Susie Iir
clerks ;
work other than as
15.-Sealed state drunk, disorderly and mlacellan- k
and: at campaign I ters of Hemingway, S. C,, and Mrs. office and one for sheriff. For INJURED IN CAR WRECK 1 i
stenographers Mattie Llmbaker of Mount Pleas- today by the offices Stafford Caldwell of Jacksonville eous other items against the peace 1 aneighbors
headquarters.Florida for formal I and dignity of his household and
con makes his announcement Two cars crashed In the fog
Charles
C. brother,
law also limits amountof : ant, S. ; one '
and for and W. but not before he ld ,
Funeral bridges for governor, early Monday morning just this
1 of Orange Heights.
Humphrey
money each candidate may law- '. six candidate for rail- the officers a chase through street i
I services were held at the residence B. Douglass as a side of the bridge at the Union I
fully spend In hla. campaign.. at 3 p. m., Wednesday, the automobile Urea. road commissioner.L. county line, seriously Injuring five of the town. Kite decided to make a

Davenport--Construction practically ,I Rev. G. P. Raymond, paatsor of the be awarded at H. Hill of Lawtey, and N. D. persons and they were taken to' break aa he neared the jail and 8lon'. tax assessor One succeeded In getting several blocks t
First Baptist Church of Starke meeting Wainwright, former Lake Butler for treatment. ?
new airportTampaBids
completed on : ".
officiating, assisted by Rev. L. W. for many years, are presentingtheir of the cars was from, Jacksonville away before he was seized. He la '

received for con- :Klckliter. Pallbearers were: O. W. include a announcements for the consideration I the other from High Springs. Sheriff already under one bond but lately y} s

struction of additions to offices of I Alderman, J. :M. Mitchell, W. J. Ep- on Road 28 at of the voters. Epperson Investigated the accident has been making such a general '

clerk of circuit court and sheriff. :person. L. G. Powell C. A. Knight county line; For sheriff, Laurice C. demons but no arrests were made. nuisance of himself that he was {

I and N. Sternberg. Interment was Road 5-A at the la the first to ask for this office at lodged In the county jaILOrlandoCentral y
line hands of the voters. <-Polnsettla Dairy Prod e
Tarpon Springs-Hampton M. In Crosby cemetery In Starke, with : county ; the I
la of service. at on Road 84 Formal announcements of these ucts, Inc., now occupying their new Florida Ex-
Jackson acquired Interest of W. I the Masons charge
Burns-Howard, mortician Okaloosa coun- candidate will be found on page I100.00O plant at Florida Avenue poBlton will be held here February
Rusdlsell In Tarpon Feed and Supply the grave.
) Co, I In charge of arrangements ) eight of this issue. and Emily street. 23-27






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PAGE EIGHT.-. -- .. -.. -- .. -- REGISTER MEMORIAL TREES PLANTED IN YOUR COMMUNITTan J

::' Bradford County TelegraphEstablished l .

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memorial)'' must be registered if
1877 1. ree '

Published Weekly on Fridays and Entered as Second Class .__. Florida School Children EACH is to',,!maintain! her poajtion; of leadcrship Florfda. s CommitOrganisations ty

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Office at Starke Florida A p1t in the George Washington Memorial j i in
Matter at! the Post I IE. like Do Homage to the \ ,
Huh! Tree.PJantitigcamp8Ign.* ,The American Tree
S. Matthews u....________________ Owner and Publisher Worsen Father of OurCountry Associatiozill J :' Hands in Washing> on

J. C. Robinson .._ __ __ ___ ________..____ Managing Editor jssu$ a freejpertificatef''of: registration
Tree
Tan for all memorial l. frees planted/>ite to Plantinggraph

Yearly, $1.50;SUBSCRIPTION Six Months, 75c-Payable RATE in Advance graphnot for tet', th \wlorida Forest! Service aT TaUahasejJ|' r; a

Advertising Rates on Application that-!e children of Florida have JreeMregistration! : blank for,-each plant I /ofr __C7\/T ANY comm sties
SCHOOL -( i f\ *>'ft v. have chosen
the
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C/ trc'ing
thousands of ornamental George,Washington nietnonnltrees.in your comtyl ant.
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Plant a tree. nuts Floi I and commercial trees on school You.'an maintain Flor'da's treeadership -p ant ,...-: method to recogn, and
-----o : '< :" :: Ji 1932 grounds, on other public property and I"mtt j 'b' registering memorfal < an-
There is a big if in "If Winter Comes. lug 1 your 81T.}
heavy _':'" [' 1:7.: : ; : 1.j!, I" niversary of the birth of George Ish.
their homes the .
o at during past six ; .;: f 1>'lJI.\'rt'! (I ", /' '. it p' : ,
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are p .... /, '. 'll.'v." J. "f I. '
The outstanding optimist is the bill collector. BronaTat weeks. The opening gun of the memov-.lrl"N.--...'-....., ft."v :-..:-' <." ..:,-..II... ..... -c-".t.... .. ; ...".. -.,' ington. In Winter Haven the M: >nic
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ioMonday rial tree-planting campaign was fired .9It1I'i"l&II'; ; >:, .'':'. ',5.k i t : \; ,: fi;: lI Lodge has planted twelve tli. and

is the last day of the hunting season. ilk : on Conservation Day, November 14th. On this day" ,,'which\ { had" 1t trees as a part;of their George Washington Bicentennial pr .im.ees.

o these :; been set aside by Governor Doyle E. Carlton,i in his George Wjuh-S .. ,.,izr In Tampa';jh'q,} Civl'G! Association has dedicated five hundrr '
days.
The silver dollar is not so unpopular same ington Memorial Tree-Planting Proclaan tIoq'ssu'ed.. 'a)few,'weeks' : \ to the memory (the Father of Our Country. In Lakela the
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ever :
Gasparilla Day in Tampa Is usually celebrated with a lot some before, three thousand small trees were'.distributed, among the,,;. \ John'pox Parent-Teacliers' Association has set out fifty-six < 'rge

Jof sarsaparilla.New school children and Boy Scouts of t t/Petersburg, who' cbrnmem4' .. t ', 'Washington memorial trees and in so doing has set an ex 'i pie

o MonA d orated the occasion by marching in':parade'down'the' i' principal '. ;,.' ,, for!the children, of the; school to follow. In St. Cloud the Pur* .and

canal routes are almost as plentiful as candidatesfor assist reels of the city. On the same da y.CIearwaterY: schoolchildren,, :' ;', -I:; ,,Beautification Association i has set out four hundred and six1'" five

[I governor. ------ cd der to v also received a thousand trees for planting.jIn f Tallahassee'school h ;t .;,:.'4.:::: ;trees'. :' 'Ltn+'Tallahassee.. : the Woman's Club sponsored tdj, day

Now Is the time to start planning on beautifying the the < children sold tags on Conservation Day'.to''tale'fund i\,for the::;:'; tw;, )y ,,.>;,,>..which enabled them,to purchase, plant, mark and register rn mocount -

,\home grounds. stable, purchase of ornamental trees which are jjeTng,; 'plantedfOn; ? the f''l' ;;": ; >>rial trees for the grounds! of various schools throughout the .'ity.

l, 0-- An school grounds as memorials to George Washington' ,. '. $, \r;::: ;, .,, In Lake Citv i the.!local chapter of the,,:UnitedDaughters i of the ( ,on-

Next Wednesday is Parent-Teacher Day. Get acquainted town. ;m i. ".,,:ii .:, 'i ;feileracy: set/ ut two memorial freest trrJlaines City the Boy

I'with!' each other. tends This year Arbor Day served a dual purpose ,becausetreesvvere \ "., *, Scouts'set"' out five!,hundredna.4fifly( trees as their contribution
.
:. atten *"' b..L\I\j\ ;; r ...w. 'f .
; 0 u planted I t to honor the two-hundredth anniversary.. ., of_ ..'the.. ;of jthe Nation's First President.t
t' e an !- ? *Jfc ... .... {," ",.towardpreserving'the, memory
: S One month of leap year has passed, and it will]] not come Andbefol of the Father of Our Country asvyyil; as to commemoratQ! the:: day.;,}:':t"-w"t; :::t.t.' ::I4e'BUnn, U'A-H. club 'has'lonored'i -rr t ie anniversary of Washing.and .

d again, for four years. :year>> Outstanding a.ntong'these ce i.ebrations. '. wasen.eventwhich'look. -}- '! ,!'):t ft/I!'/K':%f'y ,ka". ,; ton's f"'PL"byH" ;; thirtyIght'lree.:::

nectl place I in Jacksonville.' Si' liundre l'students is.tie Sc encebepart-n:,. 'V'JA' !:., r;,I<, A'ctive such"aa tjieso
: the ; ,h, ,,Orgatliaatione ate'examples I selected I I at
had its killing day and perhaps .
Taylor county hog don't ," ; ;) : ; .. ... :
t': : highways are somewhat safer. chun merit ot the"Robert E. Lee. 2 ll g h ??ofplooted! alon\ la:count,,-t"; ,:.i r":.tL:' random. .:from'man 5- ,tha4' 'have' constructiyely! : 'commemorated the

: t/ 0fJ' divldcusU highway near'the. city on .'thousand;\\r..C.oars?, .g forest trees;from the, t: 1'J .memory, ;of the man who is often retett'e4(tt as "first in war first

A 1 / Facials probably started from eating of mud pies by nursery of the'-Florida' F arrWet'Service" I,"1 :;. Manvi' ,f lothet,".'I .1 ecladuls, aieti"h "peAlce"" .'" """an'- fi rst,1D---;,. the heart. bf 'his'rountrymen?".
for their complexion.] look of AroorDavto' out ) 4 r' ''' 'I : 'i "I.
memorials. ...-
.. Spanish women advantage ... ilet living .. .1 : Ia :: the ofFor
tree Wamerely
: "' .. .. ; t. man cases plantmgiCeretnony part
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.' Tampa police rounded up five pickpockets when Gas- ,' Others wb o"h aWe:?:tukeri( ;aq'actlv"e". tui'th4; "'tree. Iantfn J ,<> ; a Jafg er program which was usod Eo celebiate! ",W sungton's birth

t parilla and his pirate krewe entered that city. On dl campaign are Lake'Wales'fiigll School; l stuI';}entswth> ,- ; "'a planting'. I'Y{;+.} 'i ..;Florida' is planning to formalJycelebrate| t thetwohundrt'dtlianniversaryvdf /,

J 01 1 of fifty-six trees. The'P,'}( YongCSclioo'atj: i 'ensacola; :set:Qua'\ -" Washington's: birth';;dunngUhej period from Februtaly' -

,\ One reason it is so hard to find a place to park is that I And I'll two hundred and four trees; the Frost'proof schools established two b.TLanVsgiving. The.FloridafFgreftt-Service-suggests< that
;, else wants the place you're after. vks tr* /ft""* 4 < r"iJl5v
-'everyone same
r'I'' On IJ J hundred trees; the Port St. Joe school pupils used sixty fo rest your tree-../planted! now ..beforeJLhe: tree- p "season ends,
\ 0-
;j\ Perhaps the League of Nations cannot make Japan behave Whaattei tree seedlings to beautify their school grounds; the Bristol school) o that it can be dedicatedtQWashington. ,:, during)bur celebrationplanted
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f' ::5 until she formally declares war on China. a school forest of thirteen hundred and seventy-five trees; on whateverjiayit'maytakei,place., Thfr:tree should be planted,

:, 0 Port Tampa school pupils started one hundred and sixty trees registered and marlce3( .l advance! o(your Blcentennaal ceremony

' i It's a good thing army and navy heads cannot fire congressmen G< growing; Apalachicola colored school pupils have planted fifty;; "In.order that Florida cane.tale-l"ertp' olition as a leader in thenation's

:\, for criticism like they do subordinates.f obse trees. ''' Washington memorial' 1 uree-planting campaign.No .

f, as effort at carrying forward the memorial tree-planting campaign
f, Bathing suit manufacturer announces there will be no exec
In some instances tags bearing the portrait of Washingtonwere
' all 1 is too small to be important. In instances where yourthen
," cold shoulders in 1932. And Florida's sun in August will sold to school children for nominal and the funds
sums, civic women's do not afford
patriotic, or juvenile organizations
: lot of hams.
" 1',' cure'a 0 I start lon"d". by this means were used to purchase metal I plaques formarking you an opportunity to participate in the tree-planting campaign,

't '' Some counties will not stack up so well if the number of brie! the trees permanently. The Florida Forest Service will plant a tree on your home grounds and register it with the American

", candidates announcing therefrom is indicative of the unem- of resa tl furnish these tags free of charge upon request. This plan enables Tree Association. This action on your part as an individual

; ployment, situation.; I andgres each child to share in the marking of the tree. ; will help to swell Florida's record on the tree-planting honor roll.

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5//1 Th Arcadia Arcadian sums up war in one effective sen- y

/; f tence: "Opportunity for a few to create fortunes, while the MARK MEMORIAL 9 TREES PERMANENTLY

,} masses take the risks." gets havl

o fs

y/ It is quite fitting that the newest thing in darning should estlj / S I A FITTING part of the tree-planting cere- the use of markers, but it is urged that all such plantings .

:'. originate in Chicago where a company advertises "Bullet garawhll mony, permanent metal markers embedded be marked when possible. The design shown on

). .,holes rewoven perfectly." spot: in small concrete posts have been erected by manycommunities (I the left is recommended. Detailed information and
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; o theltthel\!. to commemorate their plantings. I Registration .' suggestions for marking can be obtained free-by..,.
j And there is the guy with his first radio who returned .
the) of memorial trees can be secured without J.. writing to the Florida Forest Service at Tallahassee.
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J'. < It to the dealer because he couldn't get anything but static, gara \ 1 'b>- "dI f{ :
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Times-Union says a woman honest enough to tell her gartElf -
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, :1 age: cannot keep a secret. Practically every woman under __ : : __- 1I-----J[ lfV'f
;"' C,seventy, then can keep a secret. .
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, ; : o IA six yea...... '., .
j' : Tallahassee] State tells of a farmer plowing the other day followingto compo..,. ,,'
'Y:I 5 and hitting what he thought was a stump but wtfrn he her teacher: "

(" ,, : turned it over it was only another candidate. "People are composed -""ofg1rl He'"'lronned"ep"'agltifnet 'one+orMae IIIW, ,, itlYirC' feM 'tla'RobertAttA ""HAlJIPTU
and boys also men and women. big circular saws, he only lasted ttt
son of Mrs Jessie Anderson, who
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at all until round. All de Grassenblocks Frederick may think we got ; I
Jr Boys are no good one .
** has been in St. Luke's hospital for HIM Ada NlmHo. Co*
The plan Instituted by a Georgia municipality of raffling they grow up and get married. family have de mumps and are Taxation without Representation
returned
sometime home Saturday
rr'off.. the political.jobs to the lowest bidder might save money Men who don't get married are having a swell time. I am sending but he just don't know.-He oughtto
'" .' no good either. Boys are an awful your black overcoat by express. In hang around the LOBBY up in Mrs. J. P. Sullivan visited at
J' for salaries but cost the taxpayers more elsewhere. Howard Norman is absent from
when the LegislatureIs the
Tallahassee Louise last She was
r bother. They want everythingthey order to safe express charges I Sunday.
' :. Q see except soap. My ma Is a cut off de buttons you will fln<4 In session, if ther's any group school this week with a broken guest of :Mrs. W. P. Elrt and
i i The government will send men to assist taxpayers in woman, and my pa is a man. A them In the inside pocket. Your from ,the Azalea Growers to the arm.Mr.. and Mrs. Raymond Watersof daughter Florlebelle while here.
Is with lit uncle said If don't the 40c Zebra Tenders that ain't represent : Rev. Mathlaon of Waldo, preached
woman a grown up girl you pay
making out their income
t tax but the ,
reports, of Palatka attended church at
unemployed
army ed. I don't know who they are. It'sthe large
tle children my pa Is such a nice vot you owe him he will cut off a :Masonic sermon to a
r. want experts to discover an income for them. man that I think he must have your head and thro it In your face.I Taxation without OCCUPATION Hellbronn Saturday and Saturday audience at the Methodist church
I'0 been.. girl when he was a boy."--- Just graduated from the college that's botherin' most of us nIght last Sunday evening.
Mrs. J. C. Alvarez and childrenof
Stuart Developer. and I took elecutlon and physical right now. <;inann-Jone
Returns from the state racing law would indicate that Vanderbilt attended church here &
-o torture I learned to be stingy- James Gnann and Marlon
,,1 each county will get $10,000 instead of $20,000. That's ten But back to that Sunday.Mrs. In
Taylor and Dixie county people grafter too. I got a job down at getting open- Jones were quietly married
" thou more than counties received before tile bill passed-and should not be slow in urging the the liffry stable as a stingygraftertaking Ing morning, just Imagine ONE Ruby Rosier of Raiford Starke last,Thursday February *.
the
week-end with her
1 they had races. adoption of the Jacksonville and down hay for horses. Hana lone LAWYER beln' all gummedup spent, Mrs. mother in the presence of a small circle of
Maggie Browning.Mr.
t Suwannee river route for the cross- Grata was sick. De doctor told with a mess of Business men, relatives and friends. Rev. L. W
4 0 state canal The first reason la him to take something so he went bankers doctors, merchants and Russell Bryant of Georgia Klckliter officiating. Both have
\." America needs 118 fighting ships to bring it up to treaty that this route la only about halfas down street and met Ikey Cohen what-not. He'd be the only guy in was day afternoon.visiting In this section Sun' many friends here who wish them

,: strength; Japan needs only seven. That nation realizes that long as the north route; and and took his wach. Ikey Cohen the outfit that would even have an Miss Louise Sapp of, Vanderbilt success and happiness.Mrs. .
IDEA of what it all about and
the second Is that it would mean had him arrested and got a law. was Kate Sparkman of Waldo.
it takes more than words from Washington to lick attended prayer meeting at the
fighting millions of dollars In expendituresand yer. De lawyer got de case and no matter how smart he was he visited here sister Mrs. Elsla
; men and machines. Improvements in this sectionof Hans got de works. We have 30 just couldn't EXPLAIN It to the home of Mr. and Mrs. H.' Boyer Sparkman this week.
i'I;{: 0f the state. By the shorter route chickens and and a fine dog De rest, of the fellows. He's get up Sunday night. Dr. W. B. Parks of SUrke wMa
the western terminus of the canal chickens are laying 6 eggs a day. on his hind legs and start to Mr. Carl Rosier of Coleman was professional visitor here lid
Two convicts ] the
paroled ly pardoning board visiting his Mr.
caught How. parents. and Mrs.
Whereas and Therefor and
would be the mouth, of the Steln- De dog Is laying behind de stove. Monday.Mr. .
red-handed in another crime were sent to a higher court bytrigger.fingers hatchee river at Deadman's Bay Just heard dey formed a operationon come with the rest of the gang Bit- J. :M. Rosier Sunday. and Mrs. C. B. Roberta of
: I of Tampa police officers where they will find a and the eastern the St. Johns riverIn Mrs. Offenblock between de tin' around like a flock of Totem Mr. and Mrs. H. S. Norman were Graham, attended church here last
and de Poles. Then he'd "Gentlemen, vsiting Mr. and Mrs. J. :M. Rosier
\I' pardon harder to secure. Jacksonville. The engineers of dining room conservatorybut say Sunday evening.Mr. .
Sunday afternoon.Rev.
the government who are appointedto she died between eight o'clock.De this Is a BILL entitled an ACT" and Mrs. G. P. Phillips of
pOne make the survey will expendS people Is dying around here vot and some Grocery Clerk In the Hemingway of Starke Lake Butler spent the weekendWIth
; writer suggests raising the gas tax another cent to : In an effort to arrive at nefer died before. Hans I wish back of the room would shout "I preached Hellbronn for us Saturday night at her parents. Mr.. and Mrs. O.
provide hospitals for cows crippled on the highways and figures of coat on the canal; and we were closer apart. I am awful move we pay the BILL and ring church. Haynes
a Mr Colonel Alvarez of Ft. Pierceis
they have the money to completetheir lonesome since we are separated down the curtain on the ACT. .
., home for defeated candidates. A garage for crippled cars and work.-Perry Herald.o together. Your brudder Frank Is visiting at Mr. Oscar Carter's. St. Augustine-Wayne Green reopened

1 '. a. home for Indigent motorists should come first. -- -- getting along fine mit de small pox the J10.00 vot I owe you but closedup Mrs Oscar Carter visited at the Smoke Shop in lobby of
J j' 0I Bonnetts off to Hon. Robert and hopes he finds you de same. de letter and won't get it,In.- home of, W. E. Norman Sunday afternoon First National Bank building n

I\\ ;Right about this time, says the Melbourne] Times, candidates Alexis Green congressman from Hoping you will write I remain sooner.here The Pathfinder., 'fir, ,. Mr. and Mrs.'W.: H: Norman and Cathedral .Place.. .
the Florida
f are engaged in figuring the mileage from' the nearest other day the second debate district.in The Your cousin Max.P. ------_. children were dinner guests of.Mr Tavares-Ed Johnson purchase
railroad to the log cabin where congresswas and Mrs. E:.;G;, Johns Sunday.The Your Cafe from J. C. Caruthers.Winter .
I J they were born. Mileage to on the question of more taxes X. If you don't get dls letter SHAMROCK GRILL '
i\ied1oo1\ and the number of pine knots used nightly should not -such as*federal tax on gasoline let me know and I will write youa I Sunday temperance night.program February will 14th beheld V Park-First. V trail In Bi*
be electricity and s dozen or two oth- nudder von soon. SPECIAL LUNCHEON BATES '
.r overlooked. at 7:30: at Hellbronn church. by W10'ter
.._ ,_, er common necessities-when Mr. P. X. No. 2. Haf Just received ALL, SANDWICHES, Bo I' body welcome. Every Azalea Park Garden Garden purchased Club.



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