Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: January 6, 1933
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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j 11Ready Post Office Receipt k State Prison Aim Depression PlantIs Lawtey Growers School Children Get Courthouse Sees

ee i1 i1a Passed $8,000 ftl ; Growing fine; Extra :Week Vacation r

Post Postal Bill receipts Must tone B assed Starke Is Reclamation Drop In And Look WO! Form Union An Because unexpected-of Christmas Influenza 8 New Officials i

"What is that peculiar looking pres-
thor-000 markon I
post office passed thing sitting on the desk '" Is a ent In the form of an extra week's

Wish the for last the day of tf algid'yftrRe 8,08...- Chapman Says question we have been asked scores To Seek Benefits vacation came to pupils of B. H. s.I I Come In Tuesday

: U&aders celpts year I of times during the past two and Hampton, Theressa and Boat-

F 69.' / weeks.. "That is a depression drain schools. Officials decided last
However, there/another fly In week that due to the prevalence of -
I the ointment;) fo/nless Congress Contsant Effort 'Mode To Help plant we reply, and are secretly Shipping and Loading Company influence in these communities Illnson Elected: Chairman Com-.
Pasay: embrassed because can't
passes H. R. J3rwhich: asks for Wrecked' LI\M.. Resume plain why it we ex- To Be Formed- Many Sign that the opening of their schools mlitslonerm, -Manning Chair

Mach 100 cent lies and money Normal Living: grows. Agreement should be until man School Board
per allowed The plant was made by Miss postponed Monday,
In totallag -
r.lIb Order fees t 9.
congressman post office will By I* F. CHAPMAN Anita Courtmanch. Several days Farmer., truck and fruit grow January While thousands; were flocking: *
our receipts All other schools
) county exceptthe
she decided to disclose her
:. : .Sjecond If: congressional dlsjge lose 15 pe 'nt of Its $8,02869 Superintendent, Florida State ago that Beret ers of the Lawtey district and all four named above are la oper- to Tallahassee Tuesday to see Dave _? ,'I
so others'might enjoy
I f chairman of a House and willamong itself numbered Farm others who ship from the Lawtey ation. Sholts made Governor, evst ftOITltCar: : a

tj1 ., and willI" the third class. Tallahassee making one of the things. Come platform art forming a union to ford County 'officials Wfcuaslstent with,
ready Dec. 31.
who Is the In early
.. nlte! by and see the one in. the Telegraph .
Oo: be known the Truck Growers'Union Such
. I time -* spring when freshets as urated by the simple pixxvsHaed.
his post any come from
Te up office and If would like to have
I the word, accord- the hills, when the snows of the you of Lawtey Florida. entering their respective (but restore
bray r
one, here is the formula New School Board
f I in Associated Press dis1' Com1iiionersOANewMeet North melt Into rushing torrents, The purpose of forming the unIon : and beginning work. re long.
1 Six tablespoons of salt, six table-
I Is to facilitate the loading, New county boards entered up of the com- driftwood bends
L' is head at the of the riv- ,
)jreen of six
bluing tablespoonsof
of use- spoons shipping and selling of the products their year's work after meetlngtal and

I the disposition ers assumes amazing proportions.XXX ammonia, 4 tablespoons of wa- grown by members, to ob- Organized TuesdayOld pf the old boards were held Mon- -&del:'

J' "J. Teiutlve Vine thing papers., the youthfulurepresentatlve Some human beings too carry In ter. then Stir this it mixture few togetherand tain cheaper freight rates and ex- day to finish up old business. fait" ,

: f their lives the replica of this familiar pour over a lumpsof press rates, to.obtain. concession d. W. Hinson of Hampton warn .!e +
coal brick
toldeA or placed in a round
I railroads and
from the
express elected chairman of the new board
I ) [ committee history. Men can drift, like Business Finished Up Monday
dish. One with
fairly deep
to be in to ob- tstof
l.> missi' Green E! County Attorney companies, position County Commissioners when itmet
and not logs in a flood. Men. of ability -New Member' Meet
vth altogether 1 fancy edge will suit the
a purpose tain Federal aid 'in and '
: i bit Dr. paJ'kINBml'od County growing Tuesday morning at ten
Ij- ; For another a good and standing can drift. Carried better. Next Day
), his )yslclan harvesting crops, to be able to sell o'clock. After new officials took: tat
wit! '
o jv.s work goes away by the flood of some Untoward Let the dish remain still-wait -
crates and at "
r growers hampers a office, the board wan composed of
is some doubt too in disaster, overthrown by sudden Board met in regular session
for hours and then
pl There f twenty-four small of to take the f>ur
the The Boafd> County Commissioners margin profit following members; O. W. Hinson
| whether he and overpowering impulse, torn Jan. 2, 1933. with members Bur-
l'I G mind Ed- of flpriford County, Florida see what you have: A few drops care of expenses and losses to en- J. M. Rosier! L. L. Conner. ;Jhl*
member Rep. from fixed habits I lof and Minutes
{ Hommittee they change mercurchrome sprinkled on the rency May present.
0 met JyttZ. 1933, In regular courage outside buyers to come to Mallory Thomas and G. W. An
(R., N. H.,) get driftwood and float the read and approved, bills for
w |I. Wanon with he following through plant after it begins" growing will Lawley and buy strawberries and gaso- drews. "orta ;
what they do.. session members years until thrown together by I make It have line and repairs to busses received '
re a' pink color. It will (
m then present- L. Underhill, chair- other farm products, and to other- W. C. Manning of Starke was
executive depart- chance In great numbers. continue to grow"" for several and approved, warrants l issued for
accumulated man; R. i'.teen, a. W. Hinson wise help the members of the un- elected chairman of the school. did
ot The social order on certain oc- weeks. same.
L nu dispOse any" and J. :M4 ber, Mr. J. Q. Crews ion In every way possible.In board when It organized at tea
J said casions to these was issued to those not
Grtea' seems arrange The theory is simple. The coalor Script
committee, was able I 1 account of sick order to carry this out, un- o'clock. The new board Is composed re.
f j with this piles of driftwood Raiford Is receiving their's before Christmas
one rock forms the base.
merely' r
request rtal
; l ,. ness. M u s of last meetingwere I dersigned shippers are forming a of J. T. Moore, holdover and )
In detail what the pa- of these piles x x x -The salt and water will The board then adjourned sine/ die,
; ell us creep up (. 111.
Tt rea itapproved. company to be known as the Law- W. C. Manning and J. H. Kelly,
tare furnish us with In human driftwood. substljce A. J. Griffls
And a sense, It on the base and form Loading and Co. Secy. members.
pe tey Shipping new c
co Some are cleaning and ,The'mail fit the foreclosure of would take many a volume to state fancy crystals: aLee Capital $1000.00 divided Into 100 It. D, May, chairman. Three changes took place among- mph,
i butcher shop re- certificate J'i the R., L. Black convincingly the sources from '- Organization of School Hoard
I In? bills, e ,
pr shares, par value $10 00 per share. courthouse officials E. K. Perry. \JJere
what not. Others are lands. wl bias been laid over whlc and the for Board met Tuesday January \
they came causes
ce and They offer for sale 40 shares of this man succeeded Geo. A. Gardiner f, but
ris which may have historical from tlmi tdme, was taken up, their first thrusting from, the solid Allen Learns twenty-third with members W. C. \fen',
re stock at par value to enable themto as county judge. N. D. Wainwright
| va lor bearing on a department.sr and upo .talon duly seconded moorings In the soil. build and maintain a ware- Manning and J. H. Kelley present, succeeded E. W Hayes as tax..-, 11 livessee.or
wa lefinitely postponed, who their commissionsas
same "
r Handling. DriftwoodThe house and packing house to be presented and A. J. Thomas succeeded )lopes
le to read thosenalrs. and the jl Brisked to notify Mr. board members from Districts F
f' are supposed f great question before the Show Must Go On erected at north end of shipping Geo. W. Alderman as clerk of circuit wilt
Well I must admit that J. L. Frweoot to proceed fur- No. 2 and 3, respectively, and perfected great
4 prison administration Is this: Shall platform at Lawtey, where grow- court. v

: th clerk of the committee does ther In Bier. the driftwood continue to be driftwood ers can pack and repack fruits and their organization by mak- All three" new officials are well' t

( of that reading Bid 0 '. Brown for state T Shall the men and womenat Give Performance After ReceivIng products for sale or shipment and ing W. C. Manning, chairman. known, to residents of Bradford 1parU.

ack In Cleveland's admlnis-- tax cer IS on 80)) acres of Raiford be abandoned to their Telegram Telling of buy crates, cups and hampers, and Moved and carried that the Bankof County. Judge Perryman, a native ?en, to
it developed, I understand, land tn :tl 4-8.22 and two lots fate Starke be declared depository I will
tuon and
no effort be made to fit Mother's Death other supplies. of Georgia, has lived In Starke '
tilt important records were at Law ,the sutra: of fifty per them for the general school fund, the coun.
some Into the conditions where The undersigned promise to co- for the past seventeeen years, and t

*: eThe departments could deE cent of U taxis without interest their ability can be worth some- The following-clipping from a operate with the union In all things special tax (districts of Bradford I has) been engaged in law practice., ..__
This com- and the bonded tax
s >y what they liked. costs was received. thing to them and to the social New York State will be of pertaining to the welfare and prosperity County special : here since 1920. He received bin
and. similar one on the Ore J. M. Rosier, duly paper school districts; of said county.
ttee Upon order! Interest to Starke people of Its members and offer PhD degree from Emory

o sate side were set up ai a re- seconds W. Hinson, same For such men as sit as membersof who are acquainted many with Lee Al- their services to It In disposingof Permission was granted J. ID. slty, and his LLB from

t..., was ac .;y,unanimous vote, Yarbrougfr- of Graham, to send his Uoivel'1 1
'at- the Board of State Institutions len and his wife whd'latacs; name your strawberries and other produce versity of Florida. The
to Btarke school as
r /"NobodY pays any but particular they would BiD '::1( Parrish treasurer there can be put one answer. Andso Is May Blossom Williams t either by selling for cash here boy the had only.attende'd Inasmuch school in active In church work In ,,

tendon to us now that of Ben I. Counties Associa. every effort Is made to learn Despite the trite but true axiom"a at Lawtey or shipping on consignment boy having been superintendent

I if we let something get by tion forf tUys. in famous gas what place can each Individual fill\ man's best friend Is his mother to any commission house of four months prior to vacation and Methodist. Sunday, school for tea
Brooker school has
The Congress already bad six
should be preserved. recommendations tax case Vajesented and upon and to place him In that position. ," and the fact that a telegramhad your choice. months. years.

t usually accepts committees the without motion\'dulyconded, same was Some months ago a man volun- Just brought word from a little If growers join the union they Remainder' of bills for the month .Going back Into the tax asses,

of the laid over.4 j teered to make mattresses. Now Oklahoma town that his mother will,.not be tied up in any way sor's office was tike returning

further ado. The average repre-" :Mr. .Loul: !, Hill asked the Raiford uses about 200 such Items, had suddenly died, Lee Allen, whatever but will reap the benefits were No approved business and paid. home for N. D.' Wainwrlght. He 'r
ia too busy to bother. further the board u
sentstlve -- schoolmaster board to doa$25.00 for the ben and due to the natural causes these known 'among hie compalons Of ot- that may be obtained. served Bradford County In this 0 office .'
Florida to meet the first Monday
Green a former efit of;)at$ tent's Hospital for must be renewed at stated periods. to Gray's Oklahoma Cowboys now I (Signed) T. J. Terry, R. A. Grlf- In from 1901 to 1928, when he)

i has no intention, however" part' payime in the case of Matters of health hygiene and san playing at the Palace Theatre, as fin, C. F. Carter, C. Dinkins, E. B. February.'A. was succeeded by E. W, HayeS: :

t of resigning. "They gave It to me, Franc "rt, .who was taken itation govern such things. We "Zeke," Instantly thought "the' Wells J. T. Reddish, J. S. Eunice, J. Griffin, Secy.W Mr. Wainwrlght was born la L
dissatisfied C. Chairman.
he said. "If they get there f resent for blindness tried him out In a small way and show must go on," and outwardly J. L. Harrell, A. :M. Lewis, T. L. Manning, Nassau county, ,but has lived la.

with my work, they'll get some-if and 1 f* of arm and leg. now every mattress used on the calm be yesterday made both Wainwright, E. E. Burney,. .O. J. e Bradford for the past .J

body else." I don't believe I'd cry The c .', "ft reported getting farm Is manufactured here, which,his matinee and evening appear Phillips. Berries Still Coming In years, and was educated la

they did. well. test was granted by the way saves the State a cer- ances. + -. rural schools of this county. Ha'

"Anyhow," he continued "1 and w intlered drawn from tain amount which annually other The telegram bringing the sad BOND TRUSTEES MEET On Small Scale Here. was sent to the legislature in 1931;.j Q

think there*committees are the special, e'ad, to be sent to wise would be sent out of the State, news and addressed to Mr. Gray, Trustees of as representative from Bradford,]

only ones that make any money' Louis &Htor St. Vincent's for only Florida cotton Is used in charge of the treup, came about The Board of Bond Forty-two crates of strawberrieswere County, and early In his careen'AW
/ ;
We sell several I Bradford, County, Florida, met In shipped from the Stark served '
for the government. Hospi'i; the making of these mattresses. It an hour before show Ume> and he' plat seven years as deputy clerk.f7-

thousand dollars worth of: The OWlofficers( filed their may be that before this matter is and. Earle Wllcoxc another) mem- regular session with the following form during the past week. They !
various members present: H. P. Gainey, 0.1laydea from to
scientific papers and six m *rt of receipts and ended the farm will be making its bee",c'the,. ,;' ccoinpaay, **,broke -the brought twenty .twenty- .;
Wf rE. Torode.: :Mri< To-
pamphlets to libraries and for research disbur itq.' W. Alderman, own quilts instead of buying blankets news to AlleoJ .Visibly affected, five cents per quartPlant Grover" Cleveland's] admlnlstra*.w

I purposes every year. I clerk it tf;;. W J. Epper- from foreign sources x x x Allen, however when the time ar- rode acted as chairman pro tem. City bad its heaviest tion. _]j_ ?a
P don't recall offhand another committee :Minutes of the last meeting were movement of berries thus far this Mr. Wainwright has announced
f did I
rived for his 25e
son, to. A. Gardiner, stage appearance, ..
that .even pays for.,itself' Forced to Drift 'read and approved. season, over the week-end. 150.- that be will not be a candidate "
county dge., w. Hayes, tax not shirk his part, and few (if any
Some men are forced into drift- detected from his Upon motion It was ordered that 000 pints of fruit were sent to for reelection In 1936. He Is"grateful \. 15e
In the audience
assess collector
tax -
JR.night, ing by some bent of mind that the board L. A. Brown $3.00:
market In
ASSOCIATION that had pay eight express refrigerator to the people of the county for1 Esc
WELFARE an f'"J'ffls, superintendent unusual pallor tragedy '
t, forced the issue. Such men in one month rent for storeroom at and
per cars twenty re-
pony returning him to the office .tb4t'h.
IS CITY ORGANIZATION ent of $hictlon.i befallen him. I
sense are hopeless. Never having Brooker, for storing maintenance. frigerators.The filled for such a long pe *
i j
Re When the time for his
wejei by home dem- came com-
of calm :
known the stability en-
I equipment. feels
The Starke Welfare Associa onetra *ff, and edy he returned to the stage, loadings Saturday broughtthe that his "cometb
| county agent lea.dthem song k'22c
l" deavor, it is as impossible Routine bills were ordered paid carlot movement of fruit for unique the I
tion wishes to Inform the public count wing convictions again with his violin Instead and I among recorda
to see the wisdom of quiet and the board adjourned to the this season, since Its Inception I lie officials in the f tak.A. ..
a city organization, it made the members of his troup ,
that as month of Decem- swayed
a i forcefulness as to lead a leopard to *
of the next meeting. Friday of last week, to 35 cars and I J. Thomas, niW c
does not operate city ber. as well as many In the audience by I
change his spots. Restive under The board did not reorganize at
the total movement of berries out born near Starkeand 1
limits. Needy people outside of Joh was reported his unexpected rendition of the ap- 3c
"pauper restraint, fiercely vindictive by nature this time owing to absence and 111ncss -
should to the Bradford of there thus far this season to approximately Gated In the publldj school
the city apply rarrant for $7.50 pealing ballad "Smllln Through. *
they form the chief problemIn of some of the members. af
706,444 pints from county. He also tended
County Red Cross'jUrs.; : N. D. was o CTI for burial expenses of But the moment he had left the '
the peaceful handling men. which have realized an verslty of Florid Mr.
growers approximate -
Wainwright chairman. 1 n 6erm< think in terms of stage his forced smile gave way port along the circuit as routed,
It Is they who I return of Saturdays In (
80000. was engaged U* tnaura 1 9
,. > People who are in need throughout The ngrurther business, knives and and riots. Drivingby to silent sobs that shook his without one of thousands who hear e* r e
guns movement of fruit In Starke
reportedto ness ten
I nu
the county should apply to the the boa, jo.d I sine dl. their own desires, utterly for- frame, his misery made more Intense him alng and play outside his fel- : have sold at approximately 8 and -this "
years represented
vice chairmen In the towns where of. second of the } i
alderman llerk. by the receipt. a low members company
getful of the rights of other people cents to in 'f
1.2 the pint, returned the legislature of 1920.
they live; Lawety, O.. J. Phillips; 1f drifting by habit through life telegram giving the time of the knowing or caring about the sorrows growers approximately $12,877.78 Familiar faces that will onto + 6e I

.. Brooker Mr. Colson; Hampton, The C+ itsradford will funeral which left,no iopportunlty of who to them Is simply one
5w".ounty they .
without responsibilities '
for the 140,258 pints of berries be seen around the- coi
Mrs. Alexander. These towns con sionersFlorida- nty, themselves to of his getting'there'ln'tlme to see the' cowboy troup.Allen's ,
not adapt
loaded. will : C. A. Knight, tie,
branch of the
stitute chapters ,* remains mother was 67 years
uon, J. bf os- the strict regimen of the ins ltu- A drizzle of rain late Saturday lor; A. J. Griff, superlnfeii
Bradford.County Red Cross. ler, Th e, So Instead Allen will stay on old and her home was In Morley, 25 e
Vntfallory while not effectually relieving the of publiC Instruction W. l.'
The officers of the city Welfare
and G. with the show, going from Lock Oklahoma.
i the suing Continued 8.)
I' Association have, many calls from ( on page dry situation. Is declared to have person, sheriff; H. C.' Wail s
term] v
*are, met the --- been of some benefit to the crop visor of registration W. ,
I I' outside of the ;
l,. needy people city.
County tie at St e, which is greatly In need of a good den and J. B. Bapp depu 10
It is impossible' the Starke

j t' ,i! Welfare Association to meet these day Bradford, Jan] 'i n Florida ''its- rain. Ifs. Mrs. S. P. Vandlvlere, j
3.13. at 10 o'4k Address I
i 1 outside needs.- We are asking the a. m., an rgied as a B d I GoV. Sholtz's Inaugural clerk continue suvln' '
capacity during Mr. Tho
11+ public pot to send these county of County BIRTHS
loners by e 25c
', cases to the: Starke Welfare Association ing G. W., ""chairman of of otrlC'1) ..

. t" for assistance, as we have board for tc ? Mr. and Mrs.. Owen J.- Bryant, \\1
of two yeuMUs leave unsaid on the knell of parting day. You area MRS. ELIZA DA.V \\.,
J'i not the funds necessary to care Floydcounty My fellow Floridians and my may say or may Waldo, boy. Dec. 30. .
elected M'torney '
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for so many needs. friends the Constitution of this occasion x :x x patient people because you have Mr. and Mrs. Elzle Austin. Max-: 55c

,I: ,I ,,1 1II'j', :Mrs. G. P. Raymond term oft p. for $ the good State prescribes the oath of of Today you are an expectant people borne' disappointments and hard- vllle boy,. January 1. Mrs. Eliza Davis of 31J,4 i \

Chief Executive. It because you feel,.and I believe ships that always attend a nat- Mr. and Mrs. Frank Coleman, snide Avenue Jacksonville II.
I Floyd as elected ut fice for your feel that the ional and world-wide depressionwith at her home early Saturday '
to Starke 2.
all have a right boy, January
FAMOUS NEMARS ARRIVE county pr t. attorney ,r In Itself constltuttea perhaps you of this State holds much fortitude and with hope. lug after a brief Illness. l' ::1 lOc
I. the term need be said in an Inaugural future .- w
: o: that whole She Is survived da
rs. ,reward for Indus- The people of Florida as a by tout
. ; W. 'W. Co! address. Were I not to consider promise Just COURTMANCII OPENS SHOP ,.
The World famous Nemars arrived *arl McKlnnf, I and frugality. You have the right to feel every degreeof ters, Mrs. MaggieCrl

I' In Starke last evening preparatory and Ernest lpplled( for O toy oath of office as a serious and try, enterprise have been a patriotic confidence and of optimismthat Mrs. Shellle Griffls of .11.
to staging one of their position of The appllc binding one. I would be totally are always willing to for- an industrious people Ip a J. It. Courtmanch, watchmaker, :Mrs. Ina- Bell Austin 25 C
always -
I famous blind-fold drives which tion of W \ n made a b> |nfit for the trust and confidence people, differences state of great opportunities, many ,opened a shop this week next to Calif., and Mrs. Cora OB .. e

I ._ win probably take place! Saturday, of $25.00tion : lb Upon m that( you have reposed in roe. I get and the forego welfare petty, the honor, the of which are partially developedand i the Magnolia Fish Market. Mr. sonvllle; four sons Lacy. JOe
when xea
0;. January 14. This promises to be and '''un'. vote, Erne I solemnly) assure you that t> name of the many of which are largely un- Courtmanch Is experienced along Ellery Davis, of .cksCC
the good
\ one of the biggest things Starke Byrd washeretofore e salary 8''efforts during the next four years j safety or the Nation Is imperiled developed, should feeL We have I this line, having been engaged in Wash Davis of Starke a

9 has had In many Jml na. They are fix $1 board. W serve you as I feel a public I State Involved.or You are a progressive the blessings of sunshine, and a the business in Jacksonville at one Mrs. Maul Keene and IOe'

j I'. also planning to put on a programfor Dr. W. B. I elected a-Mtrvant should serve you the man. i or and no.one can com- matchless climate, of.fertile soil, time. Greene, of St. George!

some of our civic organizations. county physlci e next two dates of my oath of office shall at people what ,we have In Florida' today and perhaps the greatest varietyof brother, Dan Turner, .,. s

;. years. p tlttlmes be my guiding star. Noth- pare with what we had a decade resources of any state in the JUBILEE SINGERS HERE County, and. .tw nty-n: ,... JOc

:r NEW FORGOTTEN MAN Mrs. Gradle +tppeared before .njf that I can rayon this occas- and but realize that the progress Union. Our population and our children. ys

the boars .. for relleassistance tosti t I will be of value whatsoever or ago has been made In educa- wealth have Increased many fold The Bright Star Jubilee Singers The funeral servicesat .

Bradford County's tag agent for 1 d Gradl
: seems to be the local forgotten Brooks, who 1i > nor heal of office be lightly regarded tional, spiritual second to none amongour need, be no fear but that such Increase concert at Allen Chapel A. M. : graveside la Dyal ce .

." man or at least the almost forgotten i Upon motion he r6wed $ thIL..aslly forgotten. The peopleutfully Is of this great Na will continue in the succeed- 1:.. Church, Tuesday night, Jan. Rev. E. (r.. Anderson, 1

man. Only fifty-five tags have for.one month. should and will judge sister states is that for Florida 10th;"BpecTal"ieat5"torwnR: .pea "The"BoreeT'and. Glddei

,been sold ali1ce.-the)" went on sale M ,'lOt ore by what we do during the tion. Certain curfew It ha not :let tolled ,t Continuedpn! sJeb) ?,jo- eJs.M1.. t (fI.JW:
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;.Dec.., X. 1 (Continued 8.-) l | four-year., than by. what :we. r .....

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i P.tUTdTWO.L> J _________ __ __ _____ .________-.._. FRIDAY JANUARY 8, ft.V ""
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),y Sunday, 7 p. m. Strawberries) Increasing James T. Moors, representing Intense spirit of economic nation m. Torode and Pauline
Miss Anna Batten was visitingher Local strawberry growers are the firm of Jill Bros., of New fork alism which finds Its expression In wife; and Sinclair. 1. Peek Torode aM TR!
I A EVERGREEN cousin in Penney Farms over bringing a few quarts of berries is in Plant City working ?/ tariff! wars and embargoes. Almost deceased mlnlntrator. ere of 1"r'nda"Le.the Comer L.. { 4 ,lay
'I j almost dally now with the continued strawberry deal for his firm.11 economist sell at public outcry for I r
of ji
I' Mrs F. A. Healer c... M. E. Crews, Cor. the holidays. every distlnc- hl.he.t bidder qt (Ii. yeah to ,,
warm weather. Monday B. C. Wainwright 14 f; here and abroad, stresses the tho County ttu; thou h, 'ont don
seven crates were shipped and Gainesville Sunday to resume his '1eG"&for revitalizing foreign trade Bradford Cou 1'1"1(111." /In Bt. kN.
}, Mr. and Mrs. Pit Varnea of Jack W. B. Carutbers of Jacksonville, at the of Flora 4 the legal hors C sale. nn'th. ,
there will be an increase dally unless studies University a teqtor In the work of day of ijtb-
) v d,'I sonvile. spent Sunday with her spent Sunday here with relatives. I SANDY LANE Old Man Cold puts in his ap Ida Ttd up with this is the problem recovery.of, pertain t'ebruaryl.JO.pieces County; .."D''''rly 1933. I, t'rap'rhi
{ Roster. .1"
Mrs. J. S. ,
l grandmother, Mrs. W. J. Hardee and childrenof I council Bradford '. rl 1a
of the
pearance. At a meeting city sljxjr, which affects the 1"lorl<1I1.,
purchas- dfl.rlbed .
N 6 :Mr. and :Mrs. J. Q. Rosier and Hllllard, arrived here Saturdayand I Loren Green, Cor. Mra. Arwood Entertains W. M. U. held Monday evening the following ingbower of half the world's peo- of Sectloll'follo.a' as 1 d81G

children were visiting: her father, will make their home with Mrs. H. B. Arwood entertainedthe officers were sworn In: A. A. Grif- pl as Niyof w r 1
4, ', Mr. John Sapp at Sapp Station Mrs. Hardee's father F. M. Crews. Miss Louise Sapp spent Saturday ladles of the Baptist W M. U. fls mayor; L. H. Hill, clerk; G. A. at Ifcsent, the silver standard of N'{, of NE'4 Lot.also 1 and described.I In Sprtlon.. [Ow

ln z s t' s+1a3 Friday :Mr. and Mrs. George Wilkinsonwere night and Sunday with Miss at her home Tuesday afternoon. Anderson and A. H. Harley coun- couatias) are unable to buy In the Township BOUlh Bungs! II Hast
( J. E. Rosier was a business vlsl visiting in Lawtey Sunday. :Mary Reddish.Mr. After business discussions light cllmen. gold''Standard markets.Th I 8peeial' H.IIfi..oteUt nliChenoe. jaosien
:tor to Lake Butler Saturday.Mr. M. I* Crews and V. Manning: of Albert Williams of Jackson- refreshments were served. Those Miss Joyce Terry returned to >ifctur at home Is undoubtedly FRED M. Solicitor s'
of Complainant'
and Mrs. Jerry Dryden Raiford, were visiting this section ville, was the guest of Miss Agnes attending were: Mesdames C. R. her duties of teaching in Bunnell tare. encouraging than the 1.8-lit-.I-8. ries.are.

s Palm Valley spent last week here Sunday afternoon.A. Sapp of this section Friday.Mr. Whitehead, V. R. Reddish, T. J. Sunday.O. world''P ture. We have the finest

with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. A., F. M. and Louie Crews and Mrs. D. M. McRae and Terry, D. L. Blackburn G. A. Anderson J. Phillips was a business Industru organism In existencewe NOTICE Oil'TAI APPWC4TIoN DKED 1I'u-. { t lure

c r R. Quinn. made a business trip to Hilliard little son Jack, were the guestsof O. J. Phillips. ,visitor to Jacksonville Saturday. havtf he factories and the machines Notice .Ie hereby that } nun
and 4
Gerow fl..n ..J
E. Sapp
B. Rosier Saturday.R. Mr. and Mrs. T. N. Norman Fri. Rev. and Mrs. R. A. Blanchard, amthe farms that are adequate No Wlttfeldr! holder 0 c.rUt rle
; :t 9rt Caulte Register were visitors to S. Rosier of the Evergreen day night. G. H. Counce representing the 'who have been visiting In Ft. to pr needs. Our utilities, has 170.tiled tb said day certltlcD'of Jull', D. 930..I" fi red

Starke Sunday. few section was a visitor here Satur Mrs. W. R. Kersey was the guest Florida Power & Light Co., of ,Pierce, returned home Thursday. our raUro**, our oil companies, deed flee. and to .laeu.mad. apPII"aU. n m taxr': tint<
Is ther.o.
Gerow a
spending I It
Sapp : III
day.Mrs. of Mrs. J. S. Sapp Friday after- Waldo, was a visitor here .Satur Mr. and Mrs. James Godwin of our insurant institutions are the with law Said c.rtlf. n",. laSpl
ti weeks here with his grandmother, of spent braces ate m.
Manning; Lawtey the state farm were visiting here harbingers> American the followlnn delOl' .
w :Mrs. J. S. Rosier. last week here with her daughter, noon.Mr. day.Miss progress. erty situated in Bratilor Chop'Florida ; in{
and :Mrs. D. M. McRae, H. Pearl Jordan, home demon Sunday.V. They represe honest national as- to wit: }' ,,
Mrs. S. N. Norman.Mr. M. McRae and B. M. McRae, all stration agent, attended 4-H Club R. Reddish A. M. Blanchard sets, as again, the fictitious assets tlon Lot.U 10L.al' In \I''odh..n In see yobr'
r ,
t and Mrs. H. C. Wimberlyand of Rising section, were visiting meeting here Monday afternoon.L. and L. H. Hill were transacting we counts On In the boom acre, 'wp. 68.7 tl: ZI set, 2p

RAIFORD children of Nichols, left Mon Mr. and Mrs. T. N. Norman and H. Hill was a visitor to business in Starke Monday. I days. Because "|e machinery of under Th. a..m.nt of II&ld popal9 ofm
I I day for home after spending: a afternoon. L. H. HiU Jr. who has been' tbe of
family Saturday Starke Tuesday.Rev. distribution has fcwed it doss not In the name J. A. Aepergr.l sins
i v. Red Keroe, Cor. week here with his mother, Mrs. uM ._J. (C. Sapp was the guest of W. S. Matheny of Baldwin, spending the holidays at his home mean that the nWinery of pro- deemed Unless Bald certificate anal ttai

Winifred Wimberly. Mr. Harvey jsawaras Sunday.Mr was a business visitor here Tuea- here returned to his studies at I' duction Is lacking*,* faulty. will lasue according thereon. to on law th Ill ta Card aifi

+ ntta. Kltch Entertains Regular services were held by and Mrs. Felix Sapp madea Athens, Ga., Monday. Our greatest BllL, problem is of Dated January this A. D. 1833. ) dry
h ? dnesday night Miss AI- Rev. J. I* Strickland at the High. business trip to Graham Saturday day.Mrs.. G. A. Anderson was a visitor A \ unemployment. Tet uuon of our A. D. IU2. IItb day ot ecp I er. I, to"XTHE
s{' js, tch entertained at herm land Baptist church Sunday. afternoon.Mr. to Jacksonville Tuesday. TIlE TIME FOR SUMMING UP working population \at presentout (Seal) G. w. ALr&IUL\ol': \ II a

here a few friends with a School opened again Monday B. M. McRae was visiting Willie McCulley, a former resident of a job, andto yJng has Clerk of Con CI tot C"rr. (
t party, honoring Misses Lois morning after being closed for the Mr. J. A. Harnage Saturday af- of this city, but now of Tampa (Industrial News Review.) come to a stop. Mich; V this unemployment l.IaOUlap'radford .II'J. dn

Virginia Waters of Perrys- holidays. ternoon. was a visitor here Monday, Three years of depression have Is teraprarV-.part of NOTICE] OF APPLICA. Of '.. r'I
r 1k ti KK, role, Ga. The room was beautifully Friends of Mr. and Mrs Ellzey Misses Ella Mae and Selma Sapp Little Miss Grace Arwood en- ended and we can begin to sum It is the result of Kuchlniu.piace- TAX UEKD ypp. 11
decorated. Hot chocolate, Austin will be Interested to learnof were visiting their sister Mrs. P. tertained her friends Saturday ment of labor. Tday: fu fore Notice Is hereby:: given hat 1
', t' marshmallows and saltines were the arrival of a nine pound boy : D. Reddish Thursday. night with a party and candy pull- up.Hard times have brought ill most Industrialists ire woritnp toward certificate. r Vandlvlere No. Z28, holder, Bth d a.Y prt H ft r't I

served to the guests, by Miss Rltch, at their home near :Maxvllle newyear's Miss Elvle Edwards was the ing. Those present were: Mattie winds-but they have also broughtsome plans to shor.t n the \vv-klng gu.t.tltlcate A. In D. 1829. has filer.4'..rd '"t.t

; assisted by her sisters, Misses Alan morning. guest of Miss Elizabeth Harnage Edith Rowe, Marlon Sapp, Betty healthful breezes. day and the workjjpr week, atd to Mlcatlon for my tax office deed to ndfcifle|I.|'tharik ap.
t Mr. and Mrs. Nelson T. Green
( r1' \ and Nancy Rltch. Those enjoying Sunday afternoon.Mr. Phillips, Billy and Raymond Plum- I Businesses and Individuals have provide some meant of unemployment JN.-1 ? accordance with J r, SAid
( \, k the affair were: Misses and children, Mr. and Mrs. Max: and Mrs. Marlon Browningand mer, William and Cleon Wooten, been forced to "write down" fictitious insurance' th.t will assure *
} .;tP i r'i11 :Pauline Crews, Elinor' Redd.Lois; Wimberly and Mrs.' Arch Green children of Ralford were the Sumpter Harley and John Godwin. valuations and standards. the able and willing+worker a live $Bft9S&&',BrM. 1 I

Knabb of Macclenny, Alean; and and Miss Freddy Wimberly of guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. H. M. Snyder who has been This has naturally caused a great lihood In bad times s well as good.It : Section 84. Twp.RBaiB" DftTrr tSEt' ,
4n'J y Nancy Rltch, Misses Lois and Vir Starke spent new year's day here n. L. Edwards Sunday afternoon. spending the holidays with relatives deal of hardships and a long black Is difficult to bel-ve that their ETheca.aesoment acrea 2!

f t glnla Waters: Messrs. Edgar with Mrs. H. C. Wimberly. Miss Alice Edwards spent a few in Ozark, Ala., returned Sun- list of bankruptcies. But real readjustments efforts will end to failure. The under the. said. certificate of aalil Perlly. !

Faulkner, Wilbur Sapp, Billy days last week in Rising section had to occur to put a weight of taxation,which forces In the name Brewurd Is'of vm**;lino.- !
Jones, J. T. Fillyaw, J. R. Guyn and with her sister Mrs. Tate Alvarez.Mr. day.Miss Louise Thede, who spent sound foundation under family and retrenchment, is venting the' Company.Unlellll aM certlflGte. __ jq r r'r

Rufus Pitts. DOUBLE RUN Roy Carter was in this section the holidays here at her home returned business life. employment of man of those now deemed. according te) taw"IMB? c deed

Mrs. J, M. Brown of Macclenny, Sunday afternoon. to her studies at Mont- Those who expanded and operated seeking jobs. Jf;; of will January lssue thereon A. D. 1921 on tilt s 'JEl day

r+ was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. E. Hlee Boat*"Brow, Cor. Miss Hazel Sapp spent last week verde Sunday, on the principle that that This is America;; the openingof pat.." th. 19th day of tuber,
P ; W. Tompkins, her slater, last Friday with her sister, Mrs. Pearl Con- E. J. Roberts Is spending some which goes up need never come 1933-a vast ;JMI incalculablyrich A. D. 1982. o. W LDID .

le fl and was accompanied home Mr. John Brown of Homasassa, ner. time visiting relatives and friendsin down, and that boom prosperity land, which Is gradually (Seal) Clerk. or CII'oal 'ourt.

,fr y her granddaughter, Miss Marie was visiting Mr. O. I.. Brown; Sat Jacksonville. would continue unabated 'forever, emerging from deprwlon and entering 1I-aa-/it-t.n./ Bradford Couaty' .rld..
q t Powers, who has been spending a urday.Mr. R. F. Moore returned to his position had to be deflated. I a new era.* Us still a land I "

avl ", few days here as guest of her L. W. Woods of Penney LAWTEYO. with the General Tire and The individual has found that Itt of promise, as It ,wl in the daysof NOTICE Oil'TAX APPLICATION DEED "OK

lr cousin, Miss Madeline Tompkins. Farms was the guest of O. L. Kersey Rubber Co., In Wilson, N. C., Sunday possible to live happily and the Argonaula.lt has lost Notlc. I.
i 1 A. T. Redd, Marion Browning, Friday night. ;J. Phillip, Cor. after spending: the holidayshere. comfortably on a pre-war basis. He nothing that it rely possessed. Alderman, holdery t tax near ca e.
r' will handle strawberry crates here Mr. and Mrs. 1. Morgan were has found that the arbiter of wages Its earth is still rruful 1 1. its mines and No. I". 7th day of July. A. 1930,

?" this season for the public. A carL business visitors in Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs. Howell Host at Rev. and Mrs. J. V. Robinson of Is what the dollar will buy. He's are still filled with, etals, Its fac- 5th daylofLAugust, tA D18 hai
''load of the cups and crates are expected Wednesday of last week. Party Clearwater Mr. and Mrs. A. H. come down to earth. tories are ready to bite the necessities -' and flied mAde said application certificate In my ,Rice

;>/ to arrive this week. Misses Rose and Lossie Anderson Mr. and Mrs. Richard Howell Harley, Jr., and son, of Starke, .These are the "healthful breezes"of and luxuries I i people want. to locus thereon In for aooo"noo-ta lead

John Holllngsworth of Falatka, and Pearl Prevatt of Lawtey, entertained Saturday at their home were recent guests of Mr. and Mrs. depression. The decks have Its people are $ccrageous' and the with law. Bald certificate. emllm..11

*iwas here last Saturday on business. were visitors in this section Sunday with an Informal "end of the year A. H. Harley. been cleared for action, and the : they still have felt. ..Its leaders IIltuat..d. iniBradfordrlCounty,
afternoon. party." Mr. and Mrs. Roy Roberts and way to recovery Is open. retain those vital gLities-intelll- Ida to-wit 8 I
Albert Smith of Providence, was i Mr. O. I* Morgan of Valrlco was The home was beautifully decorated daughters, Martha and Dorothy, of As for the problems of depression gence and vision.. Africa will pull Boo a.l-u and E 11 of acres of Vye

here last Friday and Saturday visiting visiting Mr. Leaton Morgan Fri- with Christmas colors and West Palm Beach were holiday they are still vital and in out of the depresti.. -and, from of The NW3 S.o.. .1--1.1. _
i friends and relatives. day. presented a most attractive set- visitors at the home of Mr. and tense. Writing In the Yale Review, the lessons that. presslon has under the a..e..ment said certificate ot said pro IVAed-ty

d Miss Doris Moore and brother, Ing. Numerous games were played Mrs. W. H. Biggs.Mr. Sir Arthur Salter observed that taught, it mayt*li a means of Unless. hen mcertit Unknown. Y

Howard, were in Titusville last until a late hour, when refresh and Mrs. W. E. Torode were 1933 will be one of the most crucial preventing both/,2ttme rises and redeemed. according to cat law, shall tax deed tie"

+ Friday and Saturday visiting Blue PondRuth ments were served buffet style. visitors to Jacksonville Tuesday. years in modern history. extreme drops IIi.' : conomio and of will, January.issue thereon. on the 16th ...".
D. lha. : ,
friends and relatives.'Mrs. Those, attending were: :Misses Miss Lucille Plummer, who has The pressing and Increasing social cycle., and i ., reat/ng,gen. Dated .h1. 2.-aay'elDauahbe

C. F. Moore of Lake City Fender Cor, Ruth and Rosa Mae Rowe, Doris been spending the holidays here returned weight of taxation stifles the cap nine, permaneu.t'sound pros- A. D.,19s2 O. W. -

has returned to her home there after Burney, Pearl and Thelma Mc- to Tallahassee to resume ital (Industry) of the world, creat- perity.1 Seal Clerk.LDERJ\lA Cltr""t\ Court, ,

a week's visit here with her Prayer services were held at the iarchen, Autherlne and Kathleen her studies Sunday. ing unemployment and preventing 1I-18-5t-l.1I.Bradford( County, Florida.
rbrother-ln-law' and family, Mr. and Hope Baptist Church Saturday Blanchard, Dolly Dlnklns, Abble Those who attended the Eastern Industrial expansion and the fur Leesburg-Grou broken for
j Mrs. B. H. Moore. night at its appointed time. Not Harley, Beatrice Miner Mrs. Star meeting in Starke Monday ther investment of money. construction of' $lfJO apartment NOTICE] OP APPLICATION FOR

.,t Mrs. O. D. Wyman and daughter many were present. Everyone is Gladys Rowe; Messrs. Claude and evening were: Mesdames W. H. The burden o(armaments,"with house on Dealer,,Y-nue, for Mr. Notice, l Ie hereby TAX DICED given, that D. W.

Willie Mae, and Mrs. MaxleIs. Invited to prayer service Saturday Vernon Rowe, Herbert and Dutch!: Biggs, A. H. Harley, E. B. Wells, their drain on national incomes Joseph Libal.|_| I 260 Moore, 5th holder day.or of tax certificate Nor

Is. Moore and Mrs. Mazle Moore of night. No leader appointed until Harley, Cheatham Peele, Howard I W E. Torode, W. C. Wooten, G. and their constant threat to world NOTICE OF ISPHXL, MASTER'S I has lolled said certificate August A.In D.my 1922.of ;
Ft, Myers were here last week vls- we all arrive because It Is the Miner, Paul Moore, Phillip Mc- A. Anderson, O. 'J. Phillips, and peace, grows greater. In every deed flee' and to issue made ccordan"embrace

sting friends and relatives. first Saturday night in this new Earchen, Clyde Rowe, and HaIfa Mary Bennett. important country the cost of Notice Is hereby en. that under with la..... Bald thereon certificate In

R : Mrs. Ellen Harvey and Mrs. Jeff year. Jones. Mrs. G. V. Harley and .daughters wars, past, present and future, is decree and pursuantatolt of fore ,loll\1.and certain sale made final .the.Ituat..d.following. described property*
Bowling were In Marietta Friday Mr." Charles Batten, who has had Postal ReceiptsIn Misses Sibyl and Francis'ot the major item In the national on the lath day oficember A. D. Ida to-witt In Bradford county. Fior-

5 .Mrs. Harvey was called there on pneumonia, is now getting better. spite of the depression and Dorchester, S. C., were recent budget. 1932 and entered the Circuit 814 of N 420 feet of NE] 4 of 8&14
Court of Bradford
Florida, In Sect. ,
of the sudden death of her guests of Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Har- The question of foreign trade nty U. Twp. 7 S. Ro U Ea.t. ,
'j accfcunj; Sunday school was held at the other causes, our post office receipts that certaincausrereln pending, ... j
k-tster," Mrs. Elizabeth Harris, 80. Hope Baptist church Sunday.Mrs. remain about the same as ley.Mr. looms large on the economic hori wherein Austin.! C, Is Complainant under the saidtcertlf l caterlsiued: J
and H.Vr ,
\pJrs. Harris was taken sick Wed- John Trlay of St. Augustine the year 1931. During the quarter and Mrs. R. R. Reddish of zon. In normal times foreign Peek. and Ilva Cldi 1'.1. wife: Carlyle; M. B. was In the name of F. F. Flume. ,

db' jiesday and died In a short time afterwards. was visiting the Lee family just closed the receipts showed a Webster spent the week-end here sales amount to ten per cent of the Edwards a, '.wld4 Cornelia Peek redeelmed. according to law, tax dee be '.'. I
nf Sunday afternoon. derease of only $7.34 below the visiting at the home of Mr and gross In this country-and ten per Clara Long: Peek> :' w7'hlnj'e Jn;L.Lois Peek Peek and Ja will l /eau. thereon on the 'tb day of' I.

Parnel Tyson Is here spending Everyone Is invited to attend the same quarter of 1931, and the receipts Mrs. V.. R. 'Reddish. cent is the margin between profit Perryman and E Perryman her :dthis D'tII dlrof December.

some time' as the guest of his Hope[ Baptist Sunday school on for the year of 1932 showed J. J. Brown of Homasassa spent and loss In the average business. James husbandlabel H: Kltch,1 tiiusband.k Hitch; J.and W. A. D. 1931. O. W. ALDERMAN

}father; Horace Tyson. Sunday at 2:30: p. m. Prayer ser- a decline of a little over one hundred the week her visiting at the home Today foreign trade Is almost non- Andrews.. Lobe f Bay I.. and EJ. (Seal Clerk of Circuit Court., .
n ,'? Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Holmes of vice Saturday, 7 p. m., B. Y. P. U. dollars over the year 1931. i of Mrs. Enoch Griffis. existent, due largely' to a new and Peek F. Say and I. her hliad I ; Sinclair U 18Bra<"ord County Florida-
Myraf his wife; W. -9-St-
> here and
Zchtuchula Springs was nnn. n ---
spent a week with her sister, Mrs. '
''A. L. Crews and family They also MAIN THING ON MAIN 'STREET?: ''liJ Hy V F.\'Van '''Zebu:1:
visited their sister, along with Mrs. !
..1 Crews' daughter, Pauline, at Seb-

i c y rlng Mr.-and Mrs. Cecil Island, Buit buzz I PlAIN -
J'Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Sweat have !] =: t. r J

ret home here after -
L \ MAIM *T >span Ing\the holidays with Mrs
of Pinetta. RE62Y NE< o4 ----- 70E OTE .

+ '% Six rash of strawberries were r --- ,i ,
shlppedV from the local platform THE WILD llr e

here, the moe that has.been shipi ==- .T-
DO '
i pad at .one' tl rte so far this s a- -
.eon The outtook for strawber-
re this year Is fine, and if I
:' :ather ii 4| anyways towards
i '
rl ik I, >vorable l ..there will be a greater E
,a itlty shipped from here than D/WS/ CERTAINLY
r bore. Many of the growers
f 1 d' that if the weather keeps up .
''I has started there will be SUEEklt

fates shipped today and to-

(Friday and Saturday.) }
Lois Knabb of Macclenny

pending a while as the
G* her aunt and uncle Mr. ,

Paul Knabb, and Miss 116t 1----. __ .

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t returned here '

after a week's visit hijisvjwlth _. .
ay DOHOTHYiDABiQf" -- '- --
w friends and relatives,
reports a very nice time. By Charles McManus;;

O {Robinson of Leesburg was I WHAT'S

r Sunday as the guest of Mrs. I 9I AQOUT_ _, HIM5"n NEVER
\ You HAVE]
JUvarez. I .
wad Mrs. Wllbert Mann of i HEARD ANYTHING c 4-i bo1Idii" CANDY i/x/

lutler;'wei- here Sunday af- I Ooisj'T KMOW.i SO PITYFOL. TVIN p lC

its the guests of his grand- lOOT "t ITJ ftY LIFE I ,

r,|Mrs. Matilda Ritch. Souf p EI e e

Eleonor Quynn of High PITY FUL': ii ..f..,. j
arrived here some time

IJto} pin her father, J. R. Guynn, I
'!a assistant agent for the A. e

allroad. and have started
ickeeping In room of C. t

t Mr. Guynn's son, Clyde, s .4
AND .4i
a Inda school at Valdoata, i

L(returned} there today to con- i
studies 7 r
S C N ,,
} new years resolution. Co-

)vittl the neighbors more ",
recreational, and educa- ,
emenL* 1Y d d1QAn.e.

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after the ap- that of 193132. they may appear great care Is taken. It is best for
r "''P\i -J-- kill is much bet- much earlier. Indeed, during the two men to work together In TAX PROBLEM INFORMATION I Tampa-*J. C. Penney Co., Xne. }:.!
+ ElAWBERRT PRODP 1 I to open store at corner Polk and W-,
Is warm. In past winter they were destrucUve
PrrNrA tII' spraying for the One
f pamera.
By A. N. Franklin streets.
I Brooks. J. R. W I
below 60 all winter long starting as earlyas gathers .
it& on and Harold fact up the leaves in his hand The December issue of the oJ 1wJOvrIERV
HowryJRIDA 1,1, tgrs It is apt to be unsatisfactory December in central Florida and holds them oft the ground Southern Lumber Journal published
'!. The spray should be ap- and were very destructive in March while the man with the spray machine and edited by Ben Wandof

FLOWER THI$$9 plied/WIth as much force as pos- and April in northern Florida. quickly sprays around the Jacksonville, has Just been relented IEb; i
Ableep the Uitfps have a tendencyo Growers who attempt to carry plant; the man holding the leaves for distribution. The issue :
'" yl fFrankUnlella, ccphallea ble rr sei hide among the stamens and their vines through the summer then lets go and the sprayer wets contains 44-page. Florida For. A HAPPY NEW YEAR I 4 4P

ther parts of the flower and willlot almost Invariably have trouble the crater of the crown. In small estry supplement which containsan I
r 1 i 'r This orange-yellow Insect boa t be reached by the spray unless with these insects They breed so garden patches, particularly after outstanding series of articles To the people of Starke in general -
" t tI tI' tl 23 Inch long:, ia often on and the
vc in Telegraph familyn
is rapidly and are sc inconspicuous the picking these
$jflous to e good pressure employed. season + Insectscan Florida. The material covered by I
;: strawberries i( tbp !I the In size and habits that i particular:
As this solution will taint color they usually be brought under con- the authors covers the two most
I tag. Its attacks are dinned I berries, It should be applied immediately often become very abundant before trol by allowing young thickens to Imporant phases of forestry In this In the name of Christ I greet
mostly( to blossoms where I itf feeds 1 I after picking. After 48 they are noticed. The young, have the run of the strawberry State-the taxation of forest lands you and wish everyone of you A
f*>n stamens, pistils and
tries. Like the red youn ber''hours the odor and taste will have In size and color, resemble small patch. Like red spiders and thrlps and forest fires. Men who are Happy New Year

I are tucking Insects but splden their imes*''disappeared: from the berries. yellow ants> but they ,are much these Insects tend to disappear as outstanding in their particular May this the first day of the

Uures are shallow aha unc-|.! A satisfactory dust for control- more rapid In their movements the rainy season comes'on. Theyare fields are the authors of the art. first week of the first month of
f : numerous. very The action 09 very ling this Insect can be made by than ants and the presence of the found on many weeds growing idles 1933 find you all In good health, i

l resembles much thof/ the berries mixing a very finely ground to- darker winged, adults will readily in and around strawberry patches, President-elect Roosevelt and with a sincere determination .>
's 5 red the bacco dust, such as snuff No. 2, identify them. some of the more important ones that says to do your best to make 1933 a I'i
but Is
spider "There is need for definite
more lately confined a
to very youngbejfes/ thai' with -an equal quantity of sulphur. This Intact causes "buttons" being spurge (Euphorbia sp.), evening and comprehensive national plan much better year than 1932 has i, '

ia the case in attacks/it the red' This is not likely to taint the fruit, berries that in some early stage primrose (Omagra sp.), and for land use. The first step in this been. 4
,> spider.. As a ,result o Jelr feeding as the dust will be knocked off In of develol eat cease to grow and cudweed (gnaphallum sp.). Next direction. should be to conduct a Today is a time for retrospection :"r
the added advantage become bard, dry and brown. A week: Cutworms. and review well anticipation.
the bloe.jms drop,Jff or the picking, and It bas soil survey of the entire nation as as
in that it will also controlred very youn berry will turn brown A
young berry Farm lands which
may I and dry ut Later the Insects at- The main theme of the 1933 are unprofitable UP TO In "Grit- I
spiders. your can
i brown failing to grovVf In cases should be used to raise Our own birthdays come and go
Preventive Measures Weeds tack the tV wn of the plant which national monthly 4-H radio broad'' cropsof and every MTV* at hlffh tension. -
of less severe ?:the berry timber instead of annual cause a slight ripple in a very .. --
and other plants in bloom about withers rai (Sly and dies if the bugsare casts will be "4-H Club Work Has staple circumscribed circle. N. wonder yunap at the.. w" -
may be lnfesta1'. the fact crops But the and bark .. .
at UM children
the strawberry patch should be destroyed numer e. The outer leaves of Educational Value Last year the -* H>
that it was J: one side birthday of a year (In times like Watch outl.
as the thrips will spread the plant {tie first and dry main theme was economic value. Governor-elect Shells states that o..WUC-
and not on the other. Tb., Insects up these, that try men's hearts) ..eves may lead to ..
frequently seriously /Wnen/ tHe from these to the strawberry blossoms. turning a wnlsb color. If these Music by the world's great com "It seems to me that the people of should have a peculiar significance MM. Nen tn. '
I bearing season of the \laes as This dectructlon should take leaves are ] ilsturbed the pameras posers will be featured In each of Florida have only two choices: theflr.t and lesson for the world. c.BeedacIhe.: a*'
'. are abu %nt.1n trY place some weeks or a month be- will be fou running in all direction the programs and played by the U. Is to let the cut-over lands ethar eap1.ssant dlstarbaneeav
usually more
later blossoms. *1' I fore the strawberries bloom. The part| any during* warm S. Marine Band. These programsare again lapse into public ownership Last night at the midnighthour WlIr dooH yon try Dr. MDesft
1 5.i white-blossomed Spanish needle weather. broadcast the first Saturday in and constitute a State liability; the old year bade us farewell.At ...".__ Nervisw TaMetet
Control:._One of the best sprfys i the other choice is to take definite that hour another volume of Jest M in a halt lass ef t r<
Bldens each month
for thrips la nicotiua sulphate ( lucentha), a common There ar three species of these afrom 12:30: to 1:30p. : *
365 vftas closed and laid water ashes pleasaai.
(ODe part of nicotine |sulphatq ) to I plant about strawberry patches in Insects. T% smallest of these m. EST, over the National steps whereby private ownership pages by tha flag drink: delightfully a

r: 600 parts of water), fo make'the the southern part of the state is Orthaea vlD ta, is black with,yel Broadcasting Company Club can afford lands and manage them Nothing away remains recording of 1932 but angel. to orviv-taml B"'" t
a favorite host of low and about 11.neh members from Ohio and Connecticut for the continuous production of .
solution spread better a little soap plant thrlps, as marking record and the Dr. IfUes) N...... Is new-
should be added to the solution ((2 are also roses. long. This jl the most common of will speak Jan. 7. WJAX. timber. memory. made in two f_- .pzM a.I I "
or 3 pounds to SO gallons, ipore It Life History:-The life history the three. TJ.e larger ones Orth WIOD, and WSUN will carry the R. B Craig, a forest economist Last night we entered port bayIng RtIr.eoesM 1 Tablet Both.fcK hsv f :

the water la hard)., T14; .oap of this insect Is very short-two or aea bllobata and Orthaea longulus, program. states that there has occurred "re- made the voyage of another sanse aoeClitnfct artTact. '
I t should be an alkaline soap,, such as three weeks when the weather is .are much longer. These bugs belong version to public ownership of year. This morning with our faces $., .eo at yew dragc .....

common laundry soap. ti$b-OU warm. The eggs are laid in to the ame family as the When I bought my farm I did about 11,000,000 acres of Florida seaward we start out again across ; :N\ ,: '( :$' '- I'
soap is commonly used. | $tter low slits In the stem Just ahal-I chinch bugs., the most destructive not know the sublime morningsand . makes a total of 8,800,000acres the ocean of life as It were. God 6a I
t spreaders are some of the ixe oil blossom. They hatch out in ,enemy of thefet. Augustine grassin sunsets I was buying.-Emer- of forest land Involved in delinquency only knows whether we will make :tt 7J1i.lfti.j?! wJ.

.. 'Boapsl: The use of some a ,.these days Into a light yellow nymph Florida, an they have the same"buggy" son. . or 37 per cent of the voyage of another year. Someof ; 5'l r 5
better spreaders, or an oxlil oil without wings which continues to odor. Florida's land Involved in tax denquency. >- us, no dought have seen the fIr ,N] !S' ,
derivative (penetrol) comir.oaly! feed on the young berry and other Control:-Thi pyrethrum sprays, A Yew rows of sweet corn or ." dawn of our last new year. Some I. T'A.ii: : ,

the market Florida, will enable! tender parts of the plant. of which ther} are three or four cowpeas In tomato fields will act The spokesman for the lumber of us today, will extend our last -,-

one to greatly reduce the amount Pamera brands comma y on the market as a trap-crop for worms. Industry, E. W...Scherer of the new year's greeting. Is.l
of nicotine 1rti the olutl,, and Other very destructive insects :in Florida, hav* been found to be Irooks-Scanlon Lumber Company, Now what Permit me first to SAVE JOHN RUSKIN f

make a better: tnsectin, at ap- which are liable to attack strawberries the only ones V'Wch can be depended Jupiter-Site of proposed bridge states that ". .the incentive to wish a heartfelt happy new yearIn fI
preciably lower cost By C use in the spring are the pam- upon to five effective con across North Fork of Loxabatcheenear grow timber on otherwise non-pro- your homes. The well regulated I

of this spreader or 'ttvato the eras. Usually these pameras do ,trol of pameras particularly if the here Inspected recently.. ucUve lands Is entirely lost be. Christian home Is a type of heaven. ,

nicotine sulphate can e red to not make their appearance until weather a little cool. Becauseof cause of the certainty of Increased The first home was In Eden. The Ask
1 part in 3,000. ese nI Jtlne .late in the season often not until the position! underneath the Delray Beach-Repairs being valuations and Increased' last home Is In heaven.In your dealer'

prays should be i a piled the the picking season is over, but durIng i leaves of the pl these bugs will made to old Chamber of Commerce rates of taxation not Justified by that grand triumvirate of for new PrernlUm4.

i heat of the day, as ell' lit ngth ,I. a very warm winter such as I not be reached: byuhe spray unless I Hall. Income of property values to meet worda" -"Mother, home and beau Catalog. Morel(
en. "Home" Is the link! word. Every
p expenditures.
member of the home shouldvie Havana toot
Perry G. Wall, of Tampa. Chairman with each other in trying to
M of the 1930 Citizens Finance make the home the happiest place baeeo is now

and Taxation Committee, says that Beneath the circle of the sun. "I used in JOHN;
We are spending tens of thousands have no home!I" Then forlorn

!s of dollars advertising our earth pilgrim, death should haveno RUSKINmaklng-

4 e State its beauty its climate, its terror for you, because It seems It the greatest:
attractiveness, and I assert most that the grave would be a more
positively that reforestation will doa calm and welcome abode than this cigar value at Sc.

,, greater Job of advertising and old earth to the homeless ones Smoke the size

7\\ will produce better results on the Parents hear me. for the sake of ..
S money expended than any other, your children don't give sin house you prefer -

form of advertising we couldadopt. room. May God give us more Perfecto Extra or
." consecrated Christian borne And
I ; Peter Tomasello of Okeechobee cursed be every enterprise institution Pa etela.

says, "While al the plans are and traffic/ that would corrupt

ar being discussed, we are facing the and destroy the homes of our coun-
realization that the State Is annually try.Second NoesMORE

having certified to It lands, I wish you a heartfelt
and more lands, for the nonpayment Happy New Year In your business.
of taxes, and unless some I do not believe In dividing our HAVANA 1

plan Is evolved we can but anticipate lives Into things spiritual, and .
that in no distant future real things secular because I believe

a, pc ?e. N.kmss" estate, particularly cut-over lands, that a mane religion and loyalty ytknwau 7

will be contributing nothing toward to God, should predominate and UMIILD
"'- the maintenance of govern regulate his business, and his conduct 9eh91

<, ment." In the office In the store, in
The naval stores Industry Is also the shop in the court room, In the
UPS Interested In the taxation of forest voting booth at home and on vacation ,

lands. II. M. Wilson of the Turpentine And God teaches Just this

and Rosin Factors, Inc., In Col. 3:17: Therefore engage In o
states that "There are certain con no business the success of which

ditions prevailing at present which you cannot ask Qod'a blessings
will necessarily have to be rem upon.
edied If Florida Is to hold or Increase Third, A Happy New Year toyou TIFV

its position as a turpentineand In your church work. Surely lOc SMOKERS
ryti.ar rosin producing State. Of God has many souls In Starke, ; i
these, the present tax situation on saved and unsaved. Let the saved

rf cut-over lands Is without get busy and "throw out the life- Sri'
of doubt the most serious. With an line" to the unsaved. 'jmnsfoimed

/ annual tax charge of from 20 to DOcents 1933 will be a happy new year
per acre, which prevails In a to: us Just In proportion as we fillt 1.

large number of our counties best In genuine loving service to I
B. adapted for growing pine timber God, the poor the unsaved and
it Is entirely Impractical to at the afflicted ones In our midst.

tempt to carry these lands. Fourth A Happy New Year to
A solution for the Increasing my brother ministers. Brethren I

tax-delinquency of forest lands, l Is I love everyone of you. And each
summed up by M. J. Roess, president one of us should and I am sure
i of the Florida Forestry As will remember that the crown of

I Longer Wheelbase e New "Aer-Stream" soclatlon. Roess says that "In the every true preacher Is not In the

f ;, ; Styling 'e More Powerful Six-Cylinder light of the experience of the Stateof prominence of his pulpit, nor the '-
ti Oregon In solving one phase of amount of his salary nor the elite
/TTNo a
f ,. Fisher Larger, Lower Fisher Bodies the tax-delinquency problem we bon-bon fastidious saint-sinners No messy rubbing long!
e; No-Draft drawn out treatments. rom the fcntInitantyou ( e
p Ventilation Safety recommend that legislation comparable that may be found in his congre )
I s Engine for Smoothest Operation Improved Land Tax Law be enacted But the true glory of every yours. A toft... Alluring ,.. Ivory

Free whereby an annual tax levy pre"cher-of his ministry Is, that toned complexion., reflect Jr
"" heeling Syncro-Mesh Shift.with against forest land shall not his people walk In the truth, love Beauty and Dignity Begin to-dsyiORIENTAL

SUen Second The "Starterator"for exceed five cents per acre; also each other, help the poor visit the .

Simplified( Starting Even Greater that at the time any forest products sick, pay their debts, and live t f
Econo are harvested for a comraer Christ In their homes and their
and many other Important
clal sale, a yield tax not to exceed places of business, and grow in REAM .
Improvements that make the
Chev- ten per cent of the sales value of grace. And such a "crown" I wish GOU""UD t
rolet tfio Great American Value for 1933. such forest products be levied and for each one of you as fellow- _..rt..h ..tI I Io laac1.N

the income from .slich yield tax be workers with me. .' Shad..
Seal lOt for TRUl Slit
apportioned between the State and Faithfully your., '
the W E. f.'t"o "In.ft So .H.wYo county. Daugberty.
AT NEW SCALE OF LOW PRICES Article on the forest fire problemand \

"4 sporr ROADSTER $485 COUPE $495 other matters, as well as taxation

? -' on forest lands, make the sup Wake Your Liver
p- COACH $115 Up Bile
PHAETON 5515 SEDAN $565 plement outstanding as to con- {
'f structive material on forestry in
COUPE $53$ CABRIOLET $565 Florida. "

r y.oas',a" pr'V' t* *'"'i". ffirr vhiftn. Sp.o/aS equipment arr.. Low S Without Calomel(
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dof Bed D thin bed Y ...Arafat frMta 7* l'contXeep IAndYOQ'JJJompO I II C- dIpd, n I..s ...,.m tM...-I
to Go 0.. IIIea4e we ?.ee -... T.s ... I
tpwirti,Foohioo'ftBirt'iMplarj thldfc,U4 lute u4 root brwth to f.el.lfa. ,
I If you feel soar and sank and the afar ...... set to "........ TMT |M.*
whims i it.coot> world looks punk don't swallow a lot ...to.u4 J""" lid eon sad...T.1da'
e( salts, mineral water oil, laxative .,...II,........
too'mut INg candy to chewing gum and sweet h sk..tsr..g..d.le' CLRTxlt'1idT17a

[ them make you suddenly L1PtRPUJabr: ......two"""'!.rfbtto
and buoyant and full of sunshine. .
po.YB4..trsea.i.k.yiu.I"speedup.Sblr .
witb'carel-! For they can't do It. They. only .ands. eeed.6d, .....-. .......
move the bowels and a mare mov- t.tob4 war b.as.t w
DE CHEVR LET CO. HEEP'A meat doesn't get at the cause. The) l ,
for down-and-out fwIs or o.oIJIo'L..... ..-
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? 'ItllJlIITeI'. It should pour out :;;;;,; I
STARKE, FLORIDA BEHIND! pounds of liquid bile into your bo' raw u.-u-rm.,1oea,.r W...k.... l.'s'..'
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--- ------ -- Strawberries Increasing James T. Moore, intense spirit of economic nation- t
r Sunday 7 m. TorodaffkniiPuuiiiu
p. ;
I Miss Anna Batten was visiting i iI. Local strawberry growers are the firm of Jill Bros., of r-l alism which finds its expression In i wife; andtsb,"llr n VZ I kro';'',,,,- I j w

EVERGREEN IIIGIILANDI I her cousin In Penney Farms over bringing; a few quarts of berries Is in Plant City ) tariff wars and embargoes. Almost deoe mlnlxtratos' .. fcre Of "., ,, t"a P-:1 .
I Cor. I.! the holidays I almost dally now with the continued strawberry deal for his every economist of dlstlnc- "ell at pnhluLirn.. I 4f,,, son
Ro.ler. v... M. E. Crews, tilKhont hta !
1 L Mr. r. warm weather. Monday; B. C. Wainwright returned to' f'fl bere and abroad stresses the the Count bltfae* ",e.lntho*. Hi,!. 'Ion/.t,1 f 11,

seven crates were shipped and Gainesville Sunday to resume hi for revitalizing foreign tradea Bradford! v UI,,", it" dtk'
I' Mr. and Mrs. Pit Varnea of Jack- W. B. Caruthers of Jacksonville, there will be an increase dally unless studies at the University of Flor il Ja ,tor in the work of day the legal hire 1\10, ya,' tb, I R1ltw
recovery. of 'Feb .anA t i,
1 sonvlle spent Sunday with her Sunday here with relatives SANDY LANE Cold In his kd I'' 3 .
spent Old Man puts ap up with this Is the problem of certain plea "I( p ?
Ida.At .
grandmother Mrs. J. S. Rosier.Mr. Mrs. W. J. Hardee and childrenof pearance.Mrs. a meeting of the city council si -er, which affects the In Bradford Co nj T'" "'((1.I, dt

and Mrs. J. Q. Rosier and Billiard arrived here Saturdayand Lorena Green, Cor. Arwood Entertains W. M. U. held Monday evening the following, of half the world's purchasingpower described 8'4 nf aa Be ftoUiw Ion lb r., ,id tee

children were visiting: her father, will make their home with Mrs. H. B. Arwood entertained officers were sworn In: A. A. Grlf ple. When silver Is depressed peo South HanKB II tact and"I''''h, t tad
Mr. John Sapp at Sapp Station Mrs. Hardee's father, F. :M. Crews. Satur- W. M. U. L. H. Hill clerk G. A. at as NJia ot NEI4I lool""erll''d e r
Miss Louise Sapp spent the ladles of the Baptist tie mayor; ; \j-egent, the silver standard ot Nlio of Lot 1 an I In our
Friday. Mr. and Mrs. George Wilkinson day night and Sunday with Miss at her home Tuesday afternoon Anderson and A. H. Harley coun- counties are unablo to buy In the Town.hip 4 8 ttkRnge\ tI 1.0.E.sO; I n .
J. E. Rosier was a business visitor visiting In Lawtey Sunday. discussions I cilmen. I gold K. H. H'MI'llltra UY
were Mary Reddish. After business light tofedard markets. '-"perhtl" In tt Id
: to Lake Butler Saturday.Mr. :M. L. Crews and V. Manning of Mr. Albert Williams of Jacksonville refreshments were served. Those I Miss Joyce Terry returned to Th;fcture)' at home Is undoubt FRED M. BU a. hance #tan

and Mrs. Jerry Dryden of Ralford were visiting In this sec- was the guest of Miss Agnes attending were: Mesdames C. R. her duties of teaching in Bunnell edly fbre encouraging than the 1-e Complainant'.5t-2.3. ".Sold. tor i I
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:Palm Valley spent last week herewith afternoon. -' -- suetulles
tion Sunday Sapp of this section Friday.Mr. Whitehead V. R. Reddish T. J. Sunday.O. "'UU'A j.'iure.: we have the finest .
her parents Mr. and Mra. J. A. A., F. M. and Louie Crews and Mrs. D. M. McRae and Terry, D. L. Blackburn G. A. Anderson J. Phillips was a business tndustrji. organism In existencewe NOTIC Oil'TA.JiOfU A.'PLr"TION!': F". "" t

U Quinn.B. made a business trip to Hilliard little son Jack were the guestsof O. J. Phillips. visitor to Jacksonville Saturday.Rev. have.he factories and the machines I Notice .1. heresy Ian. tEltert1riA8
E. Rosier Gerow Sapp and Saturday.R. Mr. and Mrs. T. N. Norman Fri- and Mra. R. A. Blanchard an.the farms that are ade No.Wlttteldt holdj of It, ertf!( ""... rt
CauUe Register were visitors to S. Rosier of the Evergreen day night. G. H. Counce representing the who( have been visiting in Ft. quate to'tr needs Our utilities baa 170.flied 7tb said dar;ceetttice f Jwlp. D. 930 a. slit

Starke Sunday. section waa a visitor here Satur- Mrs. W. R. Kersey was the guestof Florida Power &: Light Co., of Pierce returned home Thursday. our rallro,, Our oil companies deed flee and made a plidi(do for III 0':

Gerow Sapp Is spending a few day. Mrs. J. S. Sapp Friday after Waldo was a visitor here .Satur Mr. and :Mrs. James Godwin of our Insuran, institutions are the' with to law.Jesus Bald the on.. '\Oe"rd Ore theFtor
weeks here with his grandmother Mr. Manning of Lawtey spent the state farm were visiting here harbingers'\ American braces the follows .lfIOIU.der >.d o.. derun

:Mra. J. S. Rosier. last week here with her daughter, noon.Mr.. and Mrs. D. M. McRae H. !day.Miss Pearl Jordan home demonstration Sunday.V. They repress honest national progress assets Fiorlda arty situated, to-wit In: cad 'Pe1r.II 'j. ,

Mrs. S. N. Norman.Mr. 1%. McRae and B. M. McRae all agent attended 4-H Club R. Reddish, A. :M. Blanchardand as agala> the fictitious assets Ilea Lot 10 91n Yotls.n In 9r

and Mrs. H. C. Wimberlyand of Rising section were visiting meeting here Monday afternoon.L. L. H. Hill were transacting we count* on in the boom acres.H. TwII 8. .R.' I net 20 owl

RAIFORD children of Nichols, left Mon- Mr. and Mrs. T. N. Norman and H. Hill was a visitor to business In Starke Monday. days. Because V ei j machinery of Ths assessment n ''1'.4 "V..t y ler

day for home after spending a family Saturday afternoon. Starke Tuesday. L. H. Hill Jr., who baa been distribution has wed It does not In under the the name said of cerUt J. A.thereon nee d sety

Bed Keroe Cor. week here with his mother. Mrs. Mr. J. C. Sapp was the guest of Rev. W. S. Matheny of Baldwin spending the holidays ,at bis home mean that the njkninery of pro- deemed accordinRl to. irate PTr." .... atdl
Winifred Wimberly. Mr. Harvey Edwards Sunday.Mr. was a business visitor here Tues- here returned to his studies at duction la lacklngL; faulty. will 11I.ue :
Rltch Entertain. Regular services were held by and Mrs. Felix Sapp madea Athens Ga., Monday. Our greatest ab ''of January A. D. 113 0 4th3o dip regt1y
u lit problem is .
'dnesday night Miss AItch Rev. J. L. Strickland at the High- business trip to Graham Satur- day.Mrs.. G. A. Anderson was a visitor I .-4 unemployment Ten Vuoa] of our .Dat..d D. this 11th da of, oc., .r.
entertained at her land Baptist church Sunday. day afternoon.Mr. to Jacksonville Tuesday. TilE TIME FOR SUMMING UP working population JVat presentout (Seal) O. w. brit> \ 1"J. te''i
/here a few friends with a School opened again Monday B. :M. McRae was visiting Willie McCulley a former resident of a Job, and ts Vying has Bradford Clerk of irlt, "rt 'II

ii ,/y.. party honoring Misses Lois morning after being closed for the Mr. J. A. Harnage Saturday af- of this city but now of Tampa (Industrial News Review.) come to a stop.. Mch y this un- U.IO-lit.IU. nlJ'l" ja: ; C

td; Virginia Waters of Perrys- holidays. ternoon. was a visitor here'Monday, Three years of depression have employment is temprar part oft NOTICE Oil' APPLJ I, '
beautifully Friends of Mr. and Mrs Ellzey Misses Ella Mae and Selma Sapp Little Miss Grace Arwood en- result of chine' ( .,If I"I. (011
>'ille, Ga The room was ended and we can begin to sum Is the decorated. Hot chocolate Austin will be Interested to learnof were visiting their sister, Mrs. P. tertained her friends Saturday up. of labor. Jlday foremost S. Notice III h..rebY..1 1II.t b. ". ,''600

marshmallows and saltines were the arrival of a nine pound boy D. Reddish Thursday. night with a party and candy puling. Hard times have brought II Industrialists re Wor ng' toward certlt/cate P. /Vandlvlere.No. 128.holde 11th ttr ti'; 'sohAsh<

served to the guests by Miss Rltch at their home near Maxvllle newyear'l Miss Elvie Edwards was the Those present were: Mattie winds-but they have also broughtsome plans to shorn the v\rking ti(icate'in. 1929. baa an sot de CO\A.\; or

assisted by her sisters, Misses Alan morning guest of Miss Elizabeth Harnage Edith Rowe, Marion Sapp Betty healthful breezes. day and the worltlr week, uVd to for my tax office deed to ". allplication tb
and Mrs. Nelson T. Green s theret
and Nancy Ritch. Those enJoying Mr. Sunday afternoon. Phillips Billy and Raymond Plum- Businesses and Individuals have provide some mar of unern toy- oertltlcate with Salr' lIb
the affair were: Misses and children, Mr. and Mrs Max Mr. and Mrs. Marlon Browningand raer, William and Cleon Wooten been forced to "write down" fictitious went Insurance|tK will assure described property.mbraoe1l tb {. OWlng
Pauline Crews Elinor Redd, Lois Wimberly and Mrs. Arch Green children of Ralford were the Sumpter Harley and John Godwin. valuations and standards. the able and wiUtafVorker a livelihood ford C"onnty, Florida to- tBrad. r CC

Knabb of Macclenny,' Alean and and Miss Freddy Wimberly of guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. H. M. Snyder,.who has been This has naturally caused a great in bad times well as good.It ot 1t4 Sny ot SW'4 Secllon or SEI4I a.. and SEp\.. ,, 'Ie III

Nancy Rltch Misses Lois and Vir- Starke spent new year's day here H. L. Edwards Sunday afternoon. spending the holidays with relatives deal of hardships and a long blacklist is difficult to; beve that their Ea.t.. coutaining 40 acres Twp 'n. 3.c ::'fI''
ginia Waters;; Messrs. Edgar with Mrs. H. C. Wimberly.-. Miss Alice: Edwards spent a few. in Ozark, Ala, returned Sun- of bankruptcies. But real re- efforts will end lifailure. The under the as..llment said. C'ertlrlaat."f I ..1 P.rt. v b

' Faulkner Wilbur Sapp Billy days last weeK in Rising section day.Miss adjustments had to occur to put a weight of taxatlotwhlch forces In the name of Bret&-I I Ia.'*tie...

.Jones, J. T. Fillyaw J. R. Guyn and with her slater Mrs. Tate Alvarez. Louise Thede who spent sound foundation under family and retrenchment |is sventing the Company Unless said certlfhta> ,oft t
Rufus Pitts. DOUBLE RUN Mr. Roy Carter was in this sec- the holidays here at her home returned justness life. employment of mat of those now ti.Ue thereon to "w; r, re.

{ Mrs. J, M. Brown of Macclenny tion Sunday afternoon. to her studies at Mont- Those who expanded and oper- seeking Jobs. f- of will January, A. D. 1/111./oft the, dday

waa the guest of Mr. and Mrs. E. Ml. Boot. Dr...., Con Miss Hazel Sapp spent last week verde Sunday ated on the principle that that This is America the opening)....Dated th. 18th day of ,ber,
W. Tompkins, her sister last Friday with her sister Mrs. Pearl Conner E. J. Roberts la spending sometime which goes up need never comedown of 1933-a vaat a incalculablyrich D. 1913. O. ,

and was accompanied home Mr. John Brown of Homasassa visiting relatives and friendsIn and that boom prosperity land whlchs gradually Seal) el rk'f CiDrcuf:

-by her granddaughter Miss Marie was visiting Mr. O. L. Brown Sat- ---e- Jacksonville. would continue unabated forever .emerging_ _from._. __,'_depslon._ and_ en.termg U-U-tlt-t-n.Bradford Coaaty: ourq rids. 'l 4i.
Powers who baa been spending a urday.Mr.. R. F. Moore returned' to hm position had to be deflated. L a new era.), IB BUII a landof I ,i. ,

few days here aa guest of her L. W. Woods of Penney LAWTEY with the General Tire and The Individual baa found that it promise as ,It % in the days NO'rIC OF TAX A..PL'JATlu ,tile
cousin Miss Madeline Tompklns. Farms was the guest of G. L. Ker- Rubber Co., in Wilson N. C., Sun- Is possible to live happily and of the Argonautlt has lost I Notice I. hereby; given. .

A. T. Redd, Marlon Browning sey Friday night O. J. Phillip, Cor. day after spending the holidayshere. comfortably on a pre-war basis. He nothing that itry; possessed No.Alderman holder of tax cert sate W.
? "':; win handle strawberry crates herethis Mr and Mrs L. Morgan were baa found that the arbiter of wagesIs Its earth Is still frul Its minesare and 954 part 7th ot day tax of July A.p; 1990.

." season for the public. A carload business visitors In Jacksonville Mr. and M.... Howell Host at Rev. and :Mrs. J. V. Robinson of what the dollar will buy. He's'' still filled wittetala. its factories flied 11th day of August certifloate, A. D. 19x11 Jqe I 294 has.

+\. J of the cups and crates are ex- Wednesday of last week. Party Clearwater, Mr. and Mr A. H. come down to earth. are ready toke the necessities and made'said 'application certificate/ In In Rice

,.#' scted to arrive this week. Misses Rose and Lossle Anderson Mr. and Mrs. Richard Howell Harley Jr., and son of Starke These are the "healthful breezes" and luxuries people want to lesue th..reon In for aeonronce ta lee,'

\ John Holllngsworth of Palatka. and Pearl Prevatt of Lawtey entertained Saturday at their home were recent guests of Mr and Mrs.A. of depreaslon. The decks have Its people ar,1(ageous, and the with tollowlft.law Maid eertlflcate em..cell

:...was here last Saturday on busi were visitors in this section Sun- with an Informal "end of.the year H. Harley. been cleared for action and the they' still hays. fa! Its leaders Ida IIltuated In Bradford deecrl"d County.pr 'cry r'Sec.
4 ness. day afternoon.Mr. party." Mr. and Mrs. Roy 'Roberts and way to recovery Is open. retain those vltaViltles-intelligence to-wltl.

ti .- Albert Smith of Providence was O. L. Morgan of Valrlco was The home was beautifully deco- daughters, Martha and Dorothy, of As for the problems of depres- a"d vision."jrica will pullout 2-e ai and ot E IiJ 1f acr. of V4o%,

tit\( here last Friday and Saturday visiting visiting Mr. Leaton Morgan Fri rated with Christmas colors and West Palm Beach, were holiday ion, they are still vital and In- of the depre*-and, from ofhe assessment of

''*i : friends and relatives. day. presented a most attractive set- visitors at the home of Mr. and tense. Writing In the Yale Review the lessons j that3resslon has under the Bald certlflcat.said prop I. od I"
Doris Moore and brother 1 -- --- --. .,,_ taught It may fa means of
ting.: Numerous games were play- Mrs. w. Biggs.: oar Arthur Salter observed that ( wUnlesshsaidmcertificateO
, '.1 coward were In Tltusvllle last ed until a late hour when refresh- Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Torode were 1933 will be one of the most crucial ,, preventing both, eme rises and redeemed according to law tax deed he

\\11 ", .:Friday and Saturday visiting Blue Pond ments were served buffet style. visitors to Jacksonville Tuesday. years In modern history. extreme drops jta economic and of will January.-A.la.ue thereon D. on the lIItJi dy

I. '-. :friends and relatives. Those attending were: Misses Miss Lucille\ Plummer who baa The pressing and increasing social cycles ftttd reating1 gen D..1932.lace"Nayoe 193L. D.wmbelt

jlt) ;, Mrs.: C. F. Moore of Lake City Ruth Fender Cor.. Ruth and Rosa Mae Rowe Doris been spending the holidays here returned weight of taxation stifles the capital utne permanent sound pros- A. D. O. W. ; .

,'\ haa returned to her home there af Burney Pearl and Thelma Mc- ,to Tallahassee .to' resume (Industry) of the world, creating :I perity.t.Leesburg.Oro: (Seal- Clerk Cltroult Court. e

ter a week'a visit here with her Prayer services were held at the Earchen Autherlne and Kathleen her studies Sunday. unemployment and preventing ; broken lt-H-St-1-lf County Florida.
"brother-in-law" and family Mr. and Hope Baptist Church Saturday Blanchard Dolly Dlnkins, Abbie Those who attended the Eastern industrial expansion and the fur- for e'i.
!of 90
a ;' Mrs. S. H. :Moore. night at its appointed time. Not Parley, Beatrice Miner Mrs. Star meeting hi Starke Monday ther Investment of money. construction apartment NOTICE OF APPLICATION *W
and daughter evening were: Mesdames W. H. The burden of" armaments"with house on Dozlernue for :Mr. / TAX DEED
Mrs. G. D. Wyman many were present Everyone Is i Gladys Rowe; Messrs. Claude and Notice I* herebygiven. that D. W .
'i Willie :Mae, and Mra. Maxie Invited to prayer service Saturday : Vernon Rowe Herbert and Dutch Biggs A. H. Harley. E. B. Wells their drain on national incomes Joseph Llbal.NOTICE Moore 8th. holder of ta& tinte No.. r.L .

", ''" Moore and Mra. Mazie Moore of'I night No leader appointed until Harley Cheatham Peele Howard W. E. Torode, W. C. Wooten O. and their constant threat to world ] OP SPL MASTER'S has filed day mld of certificate UIIU.t. A.in myDof-

' 'Kt: Myera were here last week visiting we all arrive because it la the Miner Paul Moore Phillip Me- A. Anderson, O. *J. Phillips and peace grows greater. In every *>* a. deed floe tSd.Hfa?
i 'if friends and relatives. first Saturday night in this new Sarchen, Clyde Rowe and Hallie Mary Bennett important country the cost of Notice IB herebun." that under with i.J.. Said certificate reon In accordance
; 3 it Mrs. Ellen Harvey and Mra. Jeff Jones. Mrs. G. V. Harley and daughters wars past present and future is decree and pursuant of foreclcand to certain sale final the following described embraces property

Dowling were in Marietta Friday.'I" year.Mr. Charles Batten, who has had Postal ReceiptsIn Misses Sibyl and Francis"of the major item In the national on the Utb day,scember, A.made D. Ida situated to-wit III, Bradford county Flor-
called there on and Dorchester S. C., were recent budget Iota and enten the Circuit 814 of N 420
),Irs. Harvey was pneumonia is now getting better. spite of the depression Court! of Bradfomty feet 1)f NEt4 0' 8Bli
f'j account of the sudden death of her Sunday school was held at the other causes our post office receipts guests of Mr and Mrs. A. H. Har- The question of foreign trade that certain caiareln Florida pending in S.ct.The a.easement, Twp. 7 S.of Ro, II Ela.t. .

Valster;'Mrs. Elizabeth Harris 80. Hope Baptist church Sunday. remain about the same aa ley. looms large on the economic horlon. wherein Austin. la Complaln-' under the said certificate said property issued
ant and H.
I :Mrs. Harris was taken sick Wed.tol Mrs. John Triay of St Augustine the year 1931. During the quarter Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Reddish of In normal times, foreign Peek and Ilva p..Idjre File wife; Carlyle: M. El. was Y..I.o.ald In the name of JII' F. Flume.

: nesday and died In a abort time af- was visiting the Lee family just closed the receipts showed a Webster spent the week-end here sales amount to ten per cent of the Long Edwards. .widown a wlc'ornclla Peek redeemed aocordint certificate to law, shall tax ilelid b.<
,: terwarda.: Sunday afternoon. derease of only $7.34 below the visiting at the home of Mr. and gross In this country--and ten percent lara a Peek h'e; :U Lois Peek Peek and will' IIIIIU.A.thereon on the Ith day ot'"a

i- Parnel Tyson la here spending Everyone la invited to attend the same quarter of 1931 and the receipts Mrs. V. Reddish. : la the margin between profit 'errymnn and Perryman, her Dated'this Dpt isle.day oi DeOember
/ .eome time' aa the guest of his Hope Baptist Sunday school on for the year of 1932 showed J. J. Brown of Homasassa, spent and loss in the. average business. Jams uabandj K..RItohiuband jU; lk Rltch: JV and. .... D. 1913.

. I father; Horace Tyson. Sunday at 2:30: p. m. Prayer service a decline of a little over one hun- the week her visiting at the home Today foreign trade la almost nonexistent ndrewa Sayles Lolie Saylea and E. (Seal Clerk O. W. of-ALDBRMAN.Circuit Court.
';?' Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Holmes of Saturday 7 p.. m., B. y P. U. dred dollars over,the year 1931. of :Mrs. Enoch Grlffla. due largely' to a new and Peek F. and;Myrt.her id hla; Sinclair U It Bradford Countjr*.Florida.;
and wife W. -t-St-1.6
Ichtuchufil Springs wee here

1 [[visited A pent; L. Crew a their week and sister with family, along her sister with They Mrs.Mrs.also .';THE MAIN THING: ON MAIN -STREET"a: ___._ Byr: F.Van Zclm ti'1 ft .

Crews" daughter, Pauline at Seb- -

riDIr Mr..and :Mrs. Cecil Island., )
fuity ?
'''- an. and :Mrs. D. C. Sweat have UZ Z =
r ::::::=- t
,. dlrnecl to their home here after
= '
MAIM ? :
holidays with Mrs. I n of
ledccc .... .
8 He'lUt OOOAH ;;. '
Sweats p rent. of Plnetta.Six -' .:I JOE OTE .
,. \rat .. of strawberries wereshippedfrOry -- -. "
e SHdi
= GE
the local platform ThE WILD WINDS II
i here thi has.been shipped --
moskthat DO BLOW '
at far this seal 7/;

. .on. Tbe', ou for atrawborire ( ;
Fear and if
this la fine I -
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le/wiather! 14 anyways towards TpTrra I :
s vora Ie tbete will be a greater ,-.EoIIE... WlNtN FALL -1--flh1 L0 t I

itlty shipped from here than DAYS/ CE QrAI1'\L'\ ( PLAY I

If before.! Many of the growers HAVOC WITH AUNTYDux' t7ye'
# "that if the weather' keeps up
'Vhas there will
;, started
!fates shipped today and to-

(Friday and Saturday.)
Lois Knabb of Macclenny ; a ,t : Y Q O o3-"afea ah r 1 1W4aurioat.

spending a while aa the J
*> her aunt and uncle Mr.
of 5
:;*; .. Paul Knabb and Miss ..... ., .+rr. .FS/e1 ,

g' t iedd.Hewitt returned here .

+ t. Jay after a week's visit inc "'N- -
,,', with friends and relatives I l
rs } Charles McManus .
; reportsJ a very nice time. -i By )
ts// i t,,; O.(Robinson of Leesburg was WHAT'S THAT CHILD C M HT '

;Sunday! as the guest of Mrs t 9 AQOUT, Dl D TH B. CAT t NEVER f

!; '} N' Alvarez.: t HIM 4 HEARD ANYTHING WILL\ VOO; HAVE .' J i 1'\'\
l /
i 'id Mra. Wilbert Mann of I, 1 t, SOME CANDY ? /
.tier;'were here Sunday af- 1 OoN'T I. Jow. SO PITYFOL. STAB c .1 1 !

:d7 ,i a* the guests of his grand- OuT OOLti'N'T' 1Ti IN F1Y LIFES' .1 1-r eJ 4 a ,

(, 1 r.[Mra. Matilda Rltch. E ITH
t ,' Eleonor Guynn of High J
t.I t.c ,
here time
,_ arrived some t'I
to In her father J. R. Guynn, I

'i' aa3tant:! agent for the A. ;, .
i i, ...Railroad, and have started r 1 I '"

!, ; bHUsekeeping In room of C. 1 !
,;T Mr. Guynn'a son Clyde O sr s
tr''a .da school at Valdosta, AND

tetu ed there today to con-
:t' bis studies.
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,new years resolution. Co-
.I .yrlth the neighbor more
Y '
recreational and educa-
vement ; k ,

+ to stock la one type of farm u -- :--h. J

,fo be livestock raiser.. .
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\a eon lpated after the ap- that of 1931-32, they may appear great care is taken. It Is best for LUMBER ------ .
tAWBERRY ,'P" ,-, neS the kill is much bet. much earlier. Indeed, during the two men to work together in TAX CARRIES .,eoney Co., Ine..
alz A. N. Brooks t_ A ) J. R. Wa -
fact, fetTa temperature below 60 winter long, starting as earlyas gathers up the leaves In his hand e, Franklin streets.
son The
to q'nn Mo December 'issue of the .
wry (
degrtis la be unsatisfac December In
it apt to central Florida and holds them off the -- --
t, kq ,I tory. The spray should be ap and were very destructive in March while the man with the spray ground machine lished Southern and Lumber edited Journal, pub- etterJJo. '

"LORIDA FLOWER THRft-9 plied/with/ as much force as pos.fble and April In northern Florida. quickly sprays around the Jacksonville, has by Just Ben been Wandof wEh WORIi'JI,
released -
nkUnleUa if the thdps; have a tendency Growers who attempt" to carry plant; the man holding the leaves for distribution. I ..r
r cephalic hasp osla e among the stamens and their vines through the summer then lets go and the sprayer wets contains The issue A HAPPY NEW YEAR
parts of the flower and will almost invariably have trouble the center of the crown: In small 44-page Florida For, I
estry supplement which
orange-yellow Insect, bout: : be reached by the spray unless with these insects. They breed so garden patches, particularly after contains To the people of Starke in gen.
I an
inch long, la often Inour outstanding series of articles
ve Is and are Si. the on eral, and the I I
e pressure employed. rapidly Inconspicuous picking season, these Insectscan Telegraph family
to Florida. The
strawberries material
: I covered
n I li thJ6tng. : As this solution will taint the In color, size and habits that they usually be brought under control by In particular:
Its attacks are fined I the authors cover the two mos'Imporant
t.n en berries, It should be applied 1m- often become very abundant before by allowing young chickens to In the name of Christ I greet
, thud Uy to blossoms where it feeds I phases of forestry In thlState
after After 48 they are noticed. The have the you and wish of
mediately picking. young run of the strawberry everyone you A 1
J dttamens, pistils and youa bep r- -the taxation of forest lands
hours the odor and taste will have la size and color, resemble small patch. Like red spiders and thrlps and Happy New Year.
? Like the red spider, hesetA'f forest flrea. Men who are
. : disappeared from the berries. yellow ants but they ,are much these Insects tend to disappear as May this, the first day of the
... ; t sucking insects but tholr unc-' ; outstanding in their particular
!;: A satisfactory dust for controlling more rapid in their movementsthan the rainy first week
,I ,t ea are very shallow am very season comes on. They fields are the authors of the art. of the first month ot
[mkoerous. The action on fh< her this insect can be made by I ants and the presence of the are found on many weeds growing Idea. 1933 find you all in good health, ".1

rl. ""flees resembles much theof the mixing a very finely ground to- darker winged adults will readily in and around strawberry patches, President-elect and with a sincere determinationto i
bacco dust such snuff No. 2, Identify them. some of the Roosevelt saysthat.
: ; spider but la more lately con- as more important ones da( your best to make 1933 a
' to very young be/ies thane|> with -an equal quantity of sulphur. This Inject causes "buttons"- being spurge (Euphorbia sp.), evening and "There Is need for a definite much better year than 1932 has

t "the ,cane in attacks t r.the red This is not likely to taint the fruit, berries t: t In some early stage primrose (Omagra sp.), and for land comprehensive national plan been, ..

cler. Aa a result of elr feed. as the dust will be knocked off in ,:of develor; ent cease to grow and cudweed (gnaphallum sp.). Next direction.use. The first step In this Today Is a time for retrospection .
the bloe-jms dropjtf or the picking, and it has the added advantage become 4'd. dry and brown. Avery week: Cutworms. should be to conduct a and review ,
soil as well as anticl
remauhard and in that it will also controlred you berry will turn brown survey of the entire nation patlon.
ung berry may
and dry u Later the The main Farm lands which are unprofitable -
In spiders. insects attack theme of the 1933
own, fallinc to grow cases Our UP TO your ears In work
should own birthdays and
be used come
to raise go
I Preventive Measure Weeds the )wn of the plant whichwithers national monthly 4-11 radio broadcasts cropsof
wille88 infestatlftftha berry .
severe every sera at high
", bloom about ra (fly: and dies will be timber Instead of annual ataplcrops. and cause a slight ripple In a very; taasioii,.
and in if
ay be deformed'- utr. the fact I other plants the bugs 4-H Club Work Has ." circumscribed No wonder you snap at the,TAO''\ nc. :'
the should be destroyed are numer 1:1I.: The outer leaves Educational Value. circle. But the UId bark
at it was injured for one sided strawberry patch of Last year the at the children, -d m. ;M
I will spread the Ie first main theme OOv rnor-elect Sholta birthday of a year (In times like Watch oat I .
I not on the other Tb* Insects as the thrips plant and dry up, was economic value. states that OTww requenUy seriously sJ K>rte* the from these to the strawberry blos turning a wnlsh color. If these Music: by the world's great composers "It seems to me that the people ot these, that try men's hearts) a'n' raq lead to 82.., 1W
Ijbearing season of the\j lIes as thy I soma This dectrucUon should take leaves are sturbed the pameras will be featured In each of Florida have only two choices: the should have a peculiar significance -", Nttrotts Headaehe. Isseeg' '

:q' ,are usually more abun l nt In''re place some weeks or a month before will be fou: running In all dlrec- the programs and played by the U. first is to let the cut-over lands and lesson for the world. ether eve Indigestion unUaunt and dUtortmnee a bos ,

ter blossoms. h) the strawberries bloom. The tions, par* arly during warm S. Marine Band. These programsare again lapse Into public OWDel'IIhlpa Last night at the mid-night Whr dotA ym try Or. Mllesf*

'/ Control:__One of the best i pr}ys white-blossomed Spanish needle weather. broadcast the first Saturday In constitute a State liability: hour the old year bade us farewell. BffevrewMsit Merris TattleUT ._'J.
for thrlps is nicotine lu pl Meteone (Bldens lucentba), a common There ar; .three species of these each month afrom 12:30: to 1:30p. : the other choice Is to take definite At that hour another volume of Jot one IB a halt class f

!( i part of nlcotlnelsulph tf to plant about strawberry patches In Insects. Th< smallest of these m. EST over the National steps whereby private ownership SOS pages Was closed and laid water mshes plMuuuti. nxaiw* It" ;\

|800 parts of water). To ma! a,!the the southern part of the state, is Orthaea vlnwa, is black with.yellow Broadcasting Company. Club I can afford lands and manage them away by the recording angel. IbIc drink tI.aI1clltt1lD7 ,';
//solution: spread bettera? Uttl jtoap a favorite host plant of thrips, as marking* and about 1-5 inch members from Ohio( and Connecticut for the continuous production of Nothing remains of 1933 but the .. --. ,
/'should be added to the' solu on ((2 are also roses. long. This 14!the most common of will speak Jan. 7. WJAX timber; record and the memory. "Dr. UOe Nerrfate fa .... p 1

or 3 pounds to 50 gal .os, ntow if We History:-The life historyof the three. T>a larger ones, Orth WIOD and WSUN will carry the R. B. Craig, a forest economist Last night we entered port having 'In"t'" 1 f ,

the water is hard) Taai' ,lose this Insect is very short-two or aea bllobata jUt Orthaea longulus, program. states that there has occurred "re made the voyage of another Ue HUM seething effect.

|should be an alkaline soap sue! asp three weeks when the weather Is are much loOtgtr. These bugs belong version to public ownership ot year. This morning with our faces $1"1 at year drag stwI .
p\' common laundry soap. Tfl-oil warm. The eggs are laid in to the ''jsune f family as the When I bought my farm I did about 11,000,000 acres of Florida seaward we start out again across

:t\soap Is commonly used., tter low slits In the stem just lhal'l chinch bugs.,me most destructive not know the sublime morningsand makes a total of 8,800,000acres the ocean of life, as It were. God r ;!

N spreaders are some of the p oil blossom. They hatch out in enemy of th *$l. Augustine grassin sunsets I was buying.-Emer of forest land Involved In delinquency only knows whether we will make 1 11 "

*"'soaps: The use of some ?.>f tieseel days Into a light yellow nymph Florida, an* they have the same son. . or 37 per cent ot the voyage of another year. Someof ,

,\ better spreaders, or a lOXl'l oil without wings which continues to "buggy" odorli'I. Florida's land Involved In tax delinquency. us, no dought have seen the
derivative (penetrol) omnwa/> |r on teed on the young berry Mid other Control-Trbe pyrethrum sprays, A few rows of sweet corn or ." dawn of our last new year Some

the market iil Florid tableand tender parts of the plant. of which the are three or four cowpeas In tomato fields. will act The spokesman for the lumber of us today, will extend our last
one to greatly reduc the unt Pameraa brands commojply' on the marketIn as a trap-crop for worms. Industry, E. W.-.Scherer of the new year's greeting.Now .
of nicotine lo.. the iOluti, Other very destructive Insects Florida, have been found to be Brooka-Scanlnn Lumber what? Permit me first to

,t :make a better Insect teat appreciably which are liable to attack straw the only ones fcvhlch can be depended Jupiter-Site of proposed bridge states that ". .the Incentive Company to, wish a heartfelt happy new year SAVE JOHN RUSK1N f

., : lower cost By' use berries in the spring are the pam upon toaglve effective control across North Fork of Loxahatcheenear grow timber on otherwise In your homes. The well regulated ,
eras. Usually these do of pamerae, artlcularly if the here, Inspected non-pro- Christian
I Ip of this spreader or :ilvati the pameras recently. ductive lands Is entirely lost because home Is a type of heaven. t
II I nicotine sulphate ctajfc red d to not make their appearance until weather is a little cooL Becauseof of the The first home was In Eden. The
of increased
1 part In 3,000. Iftese >tine late In the season, often not until I the position! underneath the Delray Beach-Repairs being valuations certainty and Increased last home( Is In heaven.In Ask your dealer'
\" ) should be Willed', the the picking season Is over, but during leaves of the plait these bugs wills made to old Chamber of Com rates that grand triumvirate ofwords for
sprays of taxation not new Premium
; a warm winter, such s i not be reached b\the unless merce Hall. Justified by _
1I, / heat of the day, as elr st agth very : spray Income of property values to meet "Mother, home and heaven. _
I public expenditures." ." "Home" Is the link word. Every Catalog. Morel

L,"+Lf member of the home should Havana
r to-t
y Perry G. wall, of Tampa, rtwar vie with each other In trying to
I I' man of the 1930 Citizens Finance make the home the happiest place baceo is now' ,

and Taxation Committee, says that beneath the circle of the sun. ":1 used in JOHN; i:
"We are spending tens of thousands have no home!I" Then forlorn

of dollars advertising our earth pilgrim, death should have RUSKIN.making- :

s State, Its beauty, its climate, Its no terror for you, because It seems, it the greatest: '
attractiveness, and I assert most that the grave would be a more< "' j
" positively that reforestation will doa calm and welcome abode than this cigar value at Sc. >

greater job of advertising and old earth to the homeless ones. Smoke the size' A
will produce better results on the Parents hear me, for the sake of
money expended than any other your children don't give sin houseroom you prefer J* OJ

1, form "of advertising we could May God give us more Perfecto Extra orr .
adopt.; consecrated Christian homes And .
:f '11! I ,"w+ rS Peter Tomasello of Okeechobee cursed be every enterprise Institution b, Panetela.IOc .

I 1iwas says, "While all the plans are and traffic that would corruptand : t r't -

being discussed, we are facing the destroy the homes of our country

realization that the State Is annually r, NOW ;

vit having certified to It lands, Second I wish you a heartfelt 'emu 'f
+ and more lands, for the nonpayment Happy New Year In your business t

4 1 rl of taxes, and unless some I do not believe in dividing our 'a HOREHAVANAWJAcnM.ars
ass f' Y .3b 5$ plan is evolved, we can but anticipate lives Into things spiritual, and

that In no distant future real things secular, because I believe '

estate, particularly cut-over lands, that a man's religion and loyalty tt9eliylilJU )} r

it 4I will be contributing nothing toward to God, should predominate and '

the nrmlnfflnnnrA._nn nf__ _trnvavn_. _._ regulate- his business. and his con. 4 : IL ,
ment.. duct, In the office, In the store In i ,
The naval stores Industry is also, the shop In the courtroom, In the
I \ ? I 4 interested In the taxation of forest voting booth, at home and on va i I

lands. II. M. Wilson of the Tur cation./ And God teaches just thin

pentlne and Rosin Factors, Inc., !In Col. 3:17.: Therefore, engage In !
fi states. that "There are certain con no business the success of which
, .
''r"," dltlons prevailing at present which you cannot ask Qod'a blessingsupon.
will necessarily have to be remedied .
i,(f S o {pF Y : yS' iy / f iL If Florida Is to hold or Increase Third, A Happy New Year to e 4 1

/ Its position\ as a turpentineand you In your church work. Surely *
:; roHln producing State. O f God has many souls In Starke, SMOKERS

these, the present tax situation on saved and unsaved. Let the saved
: :p cut-over lands. Is without get busy and "throw out the life 1 I

L doubt the moat( serious. With an line" to the unsaved transformed:

; annual tax charge of from 20 to 60 1933 will be a happy new yearto 1I''

: t X cents per acre, which prevails In a us just in proportion as we fill t

large number of our counties best It In genuine, loving service to f(

adapted for growing pine timber, God, the poor, the unsaved and
it Is entirely Impractical to attempt the afflicted ones In our midst. 'C>1

to carry these lands Fourth, A Happy dew Year to
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A solution for the increasing my brother mlnl ter.. Brethren, I

rq. tax-delinquency of forest lands, I Is love everyone of you. And each
-- summed up by M. J. Roess, president one of us should, and I am sure i 'j

Lon of the Florida Forestry Assoclatlon. will remember that the crown of
Wheelbase New "Aer-Stream" Roses says that "In the every true preacher Is not In the

;,: : Styl i&I More Powerful Six-Cylinder light of the experience of the Stateof prominence of his pulpit, nor the

y's. Engi *e Larger Lower Oregon In solving one phase o f amount of his salary, nor the elite, -- -' '
Fisher /T
Bodies messy rubbing In No Ions
the bon-bon fastidious
Fish tax-delinquency problem, w e saint-sinners
e x o- Draft Ventilation drawn out treatments from the first
Safety recommend that legislation com that may be found In his. congre 1 i'i'No
Glaa Windshield' Cushion-Balanced parable to that of the Oregon Forest gallon Instant you use It, a rvew' beauty It
t Engl'of But yours. A loft... Alluring ,.. Ivory I
Smoothest Operation Improved Land Tax Law be enacte I the true glory of every .
Free whereby an annual tax levy preacher-of his ministry Is, that toned complexion that reflect/

Sllen Idling Syncro-Mesh Shift ,with! against forest land shall not: his people walk in the truth, love Beauty and Dignity; Begin to-days '.,
& f '
eond The "Starterator""Pllfled exceed five cents per acre; ala each other, help the poor, visit the ;1<

for Starting: Even Greater that at the time any forest prow d- Hick, pay their debts, and live ORIENTAl 11
Econ 1 ucta are harvested for Christ In their homes and their *
r '. and many other Important a commer
,. '. Impr ""* clal sale, a yield tax not to exceed places of business, and grow tot REAM
f nts that make the New Chev- ,
a ?G; t' ten per cent of the sales value o grace. And such a "crown" I wish GOURAUD t
L ;i45 ,, P* Great American Value for 1933. such forest products be levied and for each one of you as fellows _...,...h ..J
>>: i the Income from ,sUch yield tax b e workers/ with me. ? "ac".1 Sh.....

apportioned between the State and Faithfully yours, Send lOt for TRIAL Silt .'
the county. W. E. Daugherty. T.I MophUis If Son,M.wYo f
Article on the forest fIre/ problemand
S T other matters, as well taxa- "
'' ? tO OADTER$485 COUPE $495 tlon on forest lands, make the
t COACHWJ Wake Up Your Liver Bile
PHAETON $515 SEDAN $565 outstanding as to constructive ,

t 't's, $P

o :m d.Urad oe";" l. Michigan. Specio/equipm.nt. Law -Without Calomel(
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And TouTl Jump Out of Bed B .....
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HliW CHEVR OLETTORibDE If JOG feel soar and sank and the br.ks.e. t* hue ka.. TOW BM4|

whims; it-coat& world looks punk,don't swallow a lot .ohw u4 70.(M|town ud.....T_.......'
III salts, minaret water oil. laxativ\ __II poIooM4.
tooToucM'FlNQButifplan>> candy or chewing gum' and expect It tefac tbwfoo4" cM CARTES'' LITTUIUK

/ than to man you suddenly sweet UVJR PIIL..pt u......pesh.l ba.Powhgad7eadrbyusupsadup. .
and buoyant full of sunshine ,. ..

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lET CO. doesn't gal at the cause The
LAPBEHIND\ easoa for your down-and-out feeliMfK Ra.de.'t..tf.rl..7a15.LaS1o.Cielti
Is yoor HTVT. It should pour out tab Lka.11v.P fk.Leon tor....e..5 c.- .U.
\ \ STARKE, FLORID / poands of liquid bile Into your, bowdaffy .U.w.H. *. .fc. t.. s.w. ......
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from the Lakeland High School ...:":'. :" .:. .. -.: ...,,' ..... ... -,..'" ,-. ,.. .., ... ". .' '.,.. ......... ....... .. .... .... .. ,,}f. : ..-,
attended Emory University and 1

received Southern College.her certificate She is a teacher from-

cietyJJJ In the Lake Alfred schools. An NO TIC

attractive and charming girl, she J

I has will a extend large circle affectionate of friends good who 1

I ,
: THOMAS-ROSS attended'' the Uni-
groom :

'? of Mr.Portland and ,Mrs.Maine-Thomas, .announce 3. Ross the, week-end Among was the -social the dance affairs given of the by; ': versity his of certificate Florida For, the and from past also South few received I : : Farmers, Truck and Strawberry Growers of Bra ord County

and Eldredge College.
Price era
Lester ,
of the daughter, Eleanor Messrs. ; A
marriage "
their he has attended the .
t to Mr. Luclan Thomas of Robinson at the home parents summers advised that Farmers and Truck Growers of Lawtey Ito lorm
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Robinson,' Scout Executive School In Tarry- You are hereby and vicinitjrproposf a Farm.
? December Starke, Florida sixteenth, Friday, 1932 evening, at 11: Thursday evening. I town N. Y. He Is a teacher in the er/9.Union to be known as TilE LAWTEY TRUCK GROWERS' UNION. We want a< man|,(members as pos-

dI IJL 3 o'clock, Ridgewood Grove 343 St., Poinsettias Christmas effectively berries Junior the Sea High Scouts.School He and is the skipperof son sible and you are hereby requested to join with us. Applications for membership willjie reciVed by C. Dinkins

9 f Nicholas. Avenue, Brooklyn New and used red In decorating shaded lights thehome pro; of Mr. and Mrs. T. N. Limbaugh '' J. L. Harrell or J. S. Shuford. The annual dues will be $1.00 per membership for Faimers: aid Truck Growers

York. vided an attractive setting for this 208 East Park street.LakelandLedger. and $10.00 per membership for Landlords and Commission House Agents. Read thAArtlcH; of Incorporation

.g EPWORTH LEAGIPS SOCIAL delightful informal affair. and By-Laws and If same meets with your approval, sign application below and send 1\. If yare not able to

|( TUESDAY EVENING Dancing the evening.was enjoyed During the throughout dance- STATE OFFICERS. ENJOY. .- pay your dues now, just send In the applicatlm. and pay your dues when you ship your stra berries and oro-

served. J. L. HARRELL Lawtey: Florid.]
'. The young people of the EP punch and cakes were INSTALLATION OF WOODMEN duce..
The present were: Misses OFFICERS
guests CIRCLE
worth League enjoyed a social:
Tuesday vening at the home of: Rosalind Jacobs, Hazel Adkins, PROPOSED COb TITUTION AND BY-LAWS OF THE I
Lois Adkins, Hazel Middlton, An Club auditorium
The Woman's
Judge and Mrs. E. K. Ferryman. '
**', "* session, nie Mae Pearce, Estelle Kendrick, Tuesday evening was transformedinto
tera business games
,.1 I _! .. Ruth Sternberg, Lillian Sternberg, beautiful Woodmen Circle LAWTEYRUCK GROWERS UNION
Iai "T..unteBts formed amusing engftalnment. a .
Hot chocolate and Martha Powell, Lois Long, Peggy Lodge room, decorated with large

r okies were served at the close Turnbull nie Canova, Leila, Hope Dea Haynes Andrews, Nancy, Bun-; floor baskets of bamboo and. nar I' ,'Article 1.The name of this organlzalon$ shall be THE LAWTEY TRUCK GROlVVEIfc UNION The

of,the vening. Clark, Lula Redgrave, Patsy Br la- cissus., The advisor pro tern, Mrs. G. W. organization is for the purpose of mutual prtection to the growers and shippers of any/ ruit < produce grow

Jfrr son, Harriet Ritch, Mary Canova, Alderman, called the meeting to I I for market. Any Grower is eligible for nbershlp regardless of color, race or affihArt. i ions

'LEGION AUXILIARY'- Melba Silcox Thelma Silcox, Vera order, and the captain, Miss Gladys 2.-The official headquarters of"tts Union shall be at the Town of POJiticg idford ounty, Florida

w; The Jones-Langford-White Post Claire Robinson, Ellen Wigginsand Williams and the degree staff assisted I Art. 3.-The object and purpose of thl organization shall be to promote a :ide a pack of fruit'and

....No. 56, will entertain the department Edith Messrs.Wiggins JuUan, Peek Keystone, Bit in the officer's drill and the produce. To cooperate in selling sam to work together, to secure better trans ortat n. and obtain 14

president, Mrs. Rupert Smith, ly Heights Parker; Eldredge Smith San seating of the officers.Mae Green, cheaper freight and express rates on fruit and produce shipped. To buy seeds, fertilizers, h pers and crate

and Mrs Ann V. Hildebrand, vice ders Harvey, James Richard The guardian, Mrs. with Miss material in quantities so as to benefit all.,J obtain the cooperation of local buyers and ...;ent..f! outside Com-
had the flag ceremony
president, second district, at 4 Wainwright, Merrill McMillan, Moore as flag bearer, and the mission Houses and Produce Dealers. To.(courage fruit and produce buyers to make La* fey t tl ir headquarters
0 o'clock, Monday January 16th in Eugene Matthews James Lewis, team putting on the drill. during the harvesting and shipping seaso. To work together for the general good of rtie f h mere, fruit and

.a\ the Auxiliary room. to Herbert Stevens, Robert Chapman The State officers as follows! produce growers of this section of the St-e. To encourage the Farmers and Fruit and Growers to
is requested
3 member run
p' be Every present to welcome our distinguished Fielding Chapman, Harry Tyson, were presented and given Grove I a strictly cash business and discourage pee fixing, price cutting and mortgaging crops llOdur

y I' guests. State Farm; Paul Moore Jim honors: Mrs. Bessie Green state Art. 4.-The membership of this',,oranizatlon shall consist of growers and its produce and
Edwards, Lawtey
: Hostesses for the afternoon are Moore Kelley.: Henry Baker, Gainesville; ; secretary, Live assistant Oak; Mrs.attendant Rose, vegetables that have their homes and(fains in the vicinity of Lawtey, and make Law II" t ir headquartersfor
Mrs. Joe Saul, Mrs. O. M. Inman, Rives, state farm
p v 1 Jimmy Matthews, Keystone Gainesville; Mrs. Eula Ballentine, selling and shipping product 4/
and Mrs. Joe Simmons. Miss Cady and officers of the Union'sUI be a president who shall be sales
1 Heights Beverly state auditor Gainesville; Mrs. Art. 5.-The manager, Ie ,i e president, one
! ',I L ,\\.L.. Louis Hill, Jr. Vonda Inman state auditor, secretary-treasurer. jpF
;. W. :M. S. CIRCLES '
; 'lI ELECT OFFICERS Starke. Art. 6.-The Executive Committee>hall consist of seven (7) members of the Unioi og ther with the officers -
r ;1 U. D. C. ENTERTAINED Miss MarjorieS'tump gave' a j
of the Union.
r ,
a t
I. ': '/ The circles of the Woman's Missionary AT IIROWNLEE-HOME was reading thoroughly"A Modest enjoyed Boy," which .1' Art. 7.The duties' of all officers f this organization shall be those that usually f'to aU officers of like

: ff.r ; Society 'of the Methodist and Mrs. S. E. Brownlee and Mrs.J. .. The Guardian, Mrs. Green, graciously organizations.; .ft.J j fJ

lit' 11 9//J" ; each Church circle met Monday elected their afternoon officers.. ,, M. Brownlee delightfully enter presented the'Installing of- '. Art. 8. The powers and dutielH! t.he.Executive Committee shall be as follows: Thep weN shall be ad-

I' 'i which are as follows: tained the W. T. Weeks Chapter,, ficers, Mrs. Bessie Green, Install- 'vlsory"'only except in matters referred them by the members for final action. The duties'' alll be to act as a
,' ,
Circle Number One: Mrs. J. W. U. D. C., Wednesday' afternoon at ing officer; Mrs Inez Blackman' ; membership committee and securing *w members to pass on the qualifications of all appli (long for membership -

Andrews, leader; Mrs. A. Wood,, their home, which was'made more installing chaplain, Live Oak; Mrs. to. bring to the attention of the,Uion all matters which should come before the memb' lip, to issue calls

'A\ assistant leader;' secretary Mrs. attractive with blooming *plants. Vonda Inman installing attendant, forspecial meetings, to arrange progrmi for all general and special meetings, to audit bir to nake appointie .

'George W Kenly; treasurer, Mrs. and The cut president flowers., Mrs. J. M. Brown Mrs.musician.Mrs.Eula. Ballentine, Installing ments in cases of vacancies and to hacciwch other powers as may be delegated to them b membership of

c A W. Anderson. The In circle willmeet tee, presided, and after hearing re Bessie Green had charge the organization. yyyfffj $$;

,,. ;tlt1 with Mrs the;first W E.Monday Middleton.February ports from various committees, the of the installation and the retir- Art. 9.-This Constitution ma be,ended by a two-thirds vote of those present p 'dld there is a
q 'i a[; Circle Number Two: Mrs. L. D.. secretary. :Miss Madge Middleton, ing officers surrendered their quorum present, and provided a two WetS notice, through the columns of the Bradford Co Telegraph, has
N U-$' Vintng. leader; assistant leader,, read the names of the chapter chairs to their successors for the been given prior to the date of such meet? and the purpose of such meeting has been state arty.

'", H:: Mrs. L. A. Davis; secretary. Mrs. hostesses follows for: February the next: five Mrs.monthsas Emma year 1933. The much Woodmen during the Circle able Art. 10. Ten per cent ((10%) of.ihenembershlp shall constitutea quorum of this bod', ajority vote to
6 ':' Jr. treasurer, Mrs. accomplished -
:J A. H. Harley, ;
p Canova, Mrs. George B. Flynn,, Green. Her rule. f'"
'.r 1 fit\! Sam Anderson. The circle will leadership of Mrs. Mae |I
: the first Monday in Feb- Misses Amelia and Olive Ray. year as a leader was one of pleasure IJ BY-LAWS
r 'fr.eruary: with Mrs. L. A. Davis. March: Mrs. L. A. Davis, Mrs. L. to the membership, and each \ ,
':1 y.\ G. Powell Mrs. E. K. Ferryman, wished her a new year 6f Joy and Article 1.-FISCAL YEAR-Theteal year of the Lawtey Truck Growers'.. Union si tie on the first
A: and Miss Etta TI on. April: Mrs. the 1st day uly of each suceeding '
J BAPTIST W. M. S. prosperity.The day of July, 1933, and on !. year.

i yN, 'fi' MET MONDAY_ A. M.Mrs.Darby J.,T.Mrs.Moore.H. B.May McLendonand : Mrs. degree staff' took part in who the ;.Art. 2._:MEETINGS-Regular,mttngs!! of the Union shall be.held on. the first Saturday ofl bach month.

"I' business and W. L. Wall, Mrs. J. E. Wilson, Mrs. are Installation as follows of the: new officers Special meetings may be called by:present: or on petition, or by way of the Executive Committij! .
:M' meeting regular of the Baptist W. Mrs. Bynum Perkins and Mrs. S. Guardian Mrs. Beulah Hunt, Art. 3.-ORDER OF BUSINESS order of business in meetings of the Union shall I be: Reading of

':" : M. B, was be d at the church last F. Hamrick. June: Plcinc at Mrs. G. W. Alderman, pro tern; the :Minutes. Report of Committees. :finished Business. New Business. Remarks for the good f the Union.

'11.: i.,''f: :Friday afternoon. Though the attendance Kingsley Lake, Mrs.. L. H. Hill, Advisor Miss Ethel Moore; Chap- Art. 4.-ELECTION OF OFFICES: Sec. A-Officers may be nominated from the floor, or by informal

ti ','''- was'.mall, a very Inter hostess.The historian, Mrs. E. L. Biggs, plain Miss Ada Nimmo, Lavonia ballot, or by a nominating committee decided by majority voters present. Sec. B-Officers shall be electedby
r,. besting' meeting'was enjoyed. The talked along historical lines, stat- Grtffis, pro tern; Past ,Guardian, secret ballot except in case of moth for secretary to cast a ballot for an only candidate. Sec. C-The time
lti4. devotional was led by Mrs. Darby, Mrs. Mae Green; Attendant,. Mrs. last regular of the fiscal Sec. D-The
, ," ing that the aim for 1933 is a of election shall be the meting year. president,shall be empowered to
!, Di president, and the program was Ruby Hayes; Assistant Attendant; committees as be required.
fuller knowledge of the South'spart appoint such standing laY |,
'. given by Circle No. 3, Mrs. Ray- Mrs. Ada Harrison, Mrs. Hutch-
':ac"'" rabnd, leader, assisted by Mrs.m in American history. ings, pro tern; Banker, Mrs. Louise Art. 5.-AH members in good stating/ shall be eligible to vote on all and any question that comes before
__ .___
I Martha Brownlee' an '
; ,\\I 't: 'T.ord Miss gave- Williams; Cor. ec., MISS L Amy the Union ,

t ;:;:r Ms. Darby thanked the society I amusing reading Call," after entitled upilch"Just the a Moore; Musician, Miss Ruby Mae Art. 6.-:MEMBERSHIP-Membesdip!! in the Union shall be by card, or by signature of the'roster. of Char-

t nee':11."for Christmas remembrance and' Friendly was favored with a solo Poppell Miss Marjorie Stump pro ter :Members, and shall consist of all givers that may be received into the Union. 4 .
;',\,<..he was given a vote of thanks. company tern .Captain, Miss Gladys Williams -
f' tern fur her splendid work during the by Mrs. A Z. Adkins, accompanied ; ; Jr. Supervisor, Mrs. Dama Art. 7.-DUES-Annual dues of$.OO per membership for growers and $10.00 per membiship for agentsof
a \ faithful attend- by Mrs. Biggs. commission houses and landlords. T:
itt jyear and for her Silcox; Reporter, MIss Elizabeth -l
'a yi t ,slice at all services. The hostess, assisted and ,( by Miss\/ Williams; Inner Sentinel, Mrs. Art. 8.-VACANCIES-Vacancisn any and all offices shall be filled by appoIntmJM&vVhe president of

tat':, ,, Circle No. 1 will have charge of Martha Adkins, served Brownlee a tempting Miss chicken Lois Vonda E. Inman, Mrs. Pearce, pro :the Union, by and with the consent a!he Executive Committee until such vacancies:j fj HHsfly election.

i L,, :the,flowers! for the church and the.sal salad course,'tea and coffee being tern; Outer Sentinel, Mrs. Jennie 1't. 9.-Official headquarters eWbe at Lawtey, Bradford County, Florida. $fe"a \ .
,' for January. Prevatt,
Mrs. Hattie pro
program Bitch, '
.-A'*" < poured from a beautifully appointed tem; Auditor, Mrs. Anita Griff,I ".ItAtClO: ,- CHANGED-The ByLaws may be changed or amended a8II'\( Reeling by a
ij,.MR. AND :MRS. R. F. DEMOREST table centered by a bowl of red I After the officers were obligated two-thirds vote of those present. ; I ..\; \t
C r. -ENTERTAIN- WEDNESDAY radiance in roses silver and candelabra.lighted by Mrs. they assumed their seata.,and Art. 11. COOPERATION--; Tfrt the cooperation of all agents and produce'.dean: : It Lawtey it
l' tapers the Guardian, Mrs: Dora Alder- to by all concerned that when members
Darby poured tea and Mrs. S. E. 'will be mutually agreed ps-.es of the Union plJUiduce -uits or pro-
+ ,,:nlyra Bow s of filled red and with white poinsettias roses Brownlee coffee. ;man, pro tern, was presented with 'in charge of a local agent for pit or shipment on consignment that should same be so)| such agent

retIrr'aad.,.,. ,decked baskets the home of Mr. and Mrs. The guests Included Mesdames the Mrs.gavel.Mae Green again taking or produce dealer will be allowed tffcluct 3 per cent of such sale for services rendered. ." n a member

ape '. R.. F. Demorest Wednesday evening A. M. Darby, J. w Andrews, A. of the meeting, called on of the Union has his fruits or prodtumder: mortgage, lien or shipping contract that in th,, L fob. saleproceeds
8pr" ,.:: entertained mem- Z. Adkins, L. A. Davis, E, L. Biggs. charge the state secretary, Mrs. Bessie that the legal representative of the 5m, Commission House or individual be allowed-.to J to
her !whenithey. b and friends at J. M. Darby L. G. Powell H. B. Green for an address also Mrs. head office same to be credited to throwers' shipping contract account and that the hi'* r individualbe

Fc: 'I brldee.fJ1e McLendon, E. S. :Matthews Misses\/ Blackman; both gave splendid be allowed to deduct 10 per cent 1f IIproceeds as a reasonable compensation for servic the
Three tables for play were arranged Etta Tlson Madge Middleton, talks. Dr. Raymond gave an ad- Union subscribe for the Red BoO 'the Blue Book and pay for same out of general Union and

pe ;;, In the large living room, Amelia and Olive of the Ray State, and Farm.Mrs. L. dress on "What the (Order Meansto that said Commercial Rating BooU likept at office of J. L. Harrell on wharf at Lawte)*,I the benefitof

.aOD., %which lends itself so well for en- F, Chapman the Community," and the work all members of the Union. ,Th UL./ Harrell, make all arrangements possible to have and pack-
::-'j'!tertalnlng?; and at the conclusion added LIMBAUGII-NORTON accomplished. Mrs. Rose Rives ing house combined built at northjniof. platform at Lawtey when same is extended; stl' |se to be at

ti". -of the games, scores were L. D. and others expressed themselvesas least 100x20 feet and 10 feet betwwjoists! that each and every member of the Union al wale per
/:..and.Jgjz. and p awarded r. O. L Beasley for Mr. and Mrs. B. A. Norton announce having enjoyed of the the ceremonyand Starke package charge, (to be added'MJi'leiresent loading charges) to be set aside as a sinkin ay for rentIng -
rt."Vlnlng high scorea.r the marriage of their ,warehouse and packing hotiaatoitfned) to pay for Commercial Rating Agency Serv for stamps,
]J making Grove.
ho Ue\ served a tempting daughter Lillian, to Mr. ThomasN. attendant, stationery and other incidental_ }p.vided that the total loading charges with this one Shall not ex-
The Mrs. Ruby Hayes ""' '
4 ?t Llmbaugh, Jr., on the twenty-
ceed the following:
naiad course to the following players nineteen presented the past guardian, Mae ;_
of December,
I :. Mr. andlMrs. C. A. Knight, fifth day and Lake- Green with a Past Guardian Jewel Loading Strawberri cpr crate 1<
Judge and Mrs. A. Z. Adkins, Mr. hundred Florida. thirty-two and a gift to each of the Installing Loading Green Corn berate plus inside top ice at $6.00 per ton. 3 I
.' 'and Mrs. ":Vilnius Smith, Mr. and land, officers and state officers. fruits and (shipped in carlots and under refrigeration, 3c per paj
Tb performedat All other vege .
cer m6ny
E. M.
,,3;t ':Mrs. L. D. :Viplng, Mrs.and Mr. the home of the bride's parents, Miss Anita Courtmanch enter- With the exception of an| ilJus and this Ic per package the members of the Union ([responsible
: O. L. Beasley violin
I Johns, Mr. tained the audience with two
Missouri avenue, by Rev. the Union. That should the manager* huy and t .
915 south debts made by office T lit manager of n
for .
J.. C. Robinson. numbers, accompanied by her any '
'fc., Lloyd T. Wilson, pastor of the mother. Miss Eunice Canova gave hampers, fertilizers and crat a1eria.l to and for the Union that the manager or hiss if \:- allowed noCy.
1'"' CHRISTIAN ENDEAVOR Southslde Baptist Church. two readings.The over 10 per cent profit ahoy '111II cost on such commodities. The officers and Exe 7(tee shall not

HOLDS MEETING AT MANSE The bride was becomingly attired meeting was closed and refreshments receive any compensation ffl e TfKrs rendered except as above mentioned. 1
in a crepe frock of water c
and cake 1/< h
of fruit punch '
The Christian Endeavor Society hyacinth blue, fashioned with were served to the guests presentat OFFICERS '

_ held the monthly business the Presbyterianmanse. meeting large tlnv puffed ruffles sleeves and ornamentedwith a high collar this enjoyable gathering. J. L. HARRELL, President'. !]uager, Lawtey, Fla. C. DINKINS, Secretary-Treasurer**Kvtev/, f'a.
night at -- Fla.
Monday '
; Lawtey ,
The business was con- which tied with streamers in 3.SUUFORD, Vice President, : '

ducted by Dorothy Lamb, the new- the back. The treatment at the DAUGIlERTY'ILIIOURMlss.Florence EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE 't
waistline Interesting, the pep- "
Reports were was ;
elected president.
ly a wide I Wilhour and Rev.J. C. PREVATT, Lawtey, Fla.
the various committeesand lum in the front forming Lawtey.J! J.
given the by charity fund was discuss- belt In the back, fastened with Ch... Daugherty left here early J.V R.Ii.SHUFORD FERGURSON fit J. T. REDDDISH, Lawtey Fla.
for Dallas, Tex- ,
buttons. Her tiny spring Thursday morning Fla.
ed. The Christian Endeavor is crystal WAINWRIGIIT < where married on T. JL. :
taking care of a family of 'nine hILt tvaa in a blonde tint, as were as they were La'i' .
at present and hopes to continue her other accessories, and the bridal Christmas' day by our former pasta JAS. AUSTIN, I Ia
? Dr. .
I was of yellow rosebuds and the groom's brother
this work. Plans were made for icersage
and babybreath.Miss I Rev. A. Paul Daugherty. The .
attending the annual Christian Endeavor -
,' Rally at Crescent City. Nell Norton,' sister of the church as a whole wishes this ------------------.L-la.l 1933..

After the business\ was completed bride Leonard, was Van the maid Iderstlne of honor the,best and couple our earnest much Joy.congratulations We give them and J. &Shuford,-C. Dinkins KT*.*:1.Harrell, Committee. Lawtey, Fla.
the members were surprisedby ;
smart good wishes for a long and serenly Gentlemen: $P&I .
man. Miss Norton wore a
which they en-
a taffy pull married life. May each succeeding the Constitution and By-Laws of the LAWTEY TRU< ROWElS UNIONof
The' social committee announced white knitted sports suit. happy have read with care,; proposed
Joyed. a "Twelfth Night" party; The wedding march was playedby year find them happier Lawtey, Florida, andjfwme\ meets with my approval. I hereby make application lemlemip<< > in the
for Friday night, January 6th at the mother of the bride, who than the one before. God bless Union and if elected a m ii\1Jer I,,Hi do my best to put up a good pack and grade of all ''ts and.egetablesgrown
will be is a talented musician. them and surround them ever with consignment I will if received into me hip' of
' eight, o'clock. T&ls party by me and offered oruJe or shipment on he Union,
bold at the manse-ani.II' members The bride and groom left Im- His choicest gifts.-From Church promise to abide by the Aiustitution' and By-Laws of the Union and 'will use the stamp] shed ie by the
1 *" after the for column in Tulsa, (Okla.) HeraldBrooksville I '
u ,, are InvUaa.. to tten'I'"""-_ a.wedding mediately trip, planning ceremony to visit i i Union to stamp my end ual name: and address on all packages of fruits and produce '. ,-4 iby fe for sale
Y.5t t 1 St,, .AugvwUne Metropolitan the principal points, of interest in Jack Vogel and; shipment on t. (SrgnedA ).-..____________ ......... ,____
}, : .1 Life; Insurance Co., starved office the state. They will live in Lake- Frank Canyons opened plumbing eonslgti1.,
I to Room No. 817, First National I and.Mrs. shop at corner of Main and Liberty

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!Just prior to the entrance of the must be of the people and by the pay for it? hope that the future holds for a
wedding party Mrs. W. D. Wilson people; we cannot have the privi- 3. Can the State get along with brighter promise.The .
sang, "O Promise Me," and "I Love leges without the responsibilities! I out it? Federal Government In its
I/ cit 1 ,You Truly." You cannot successfully apply the The same questions can well ap- effort to perpetuate Itself, as sovereignty -
Bi 9 01 D. B. Pritchard, Jr., and George principles of absent treatment to a' ply to our City and County go- must at all times try to

,,5.. Pepper acted as ushers and weN democratic form nt government ernments. Naturally I Intend to do so, is laying heavy hand In

ENTERTAINSAT first to enter the church. They The vote in our State nujd nationIn do all that Is humanly possibleand the form of additional taxes upon
IQcaiNev9 MISS BRIDGE PARTY were immediately followed by the I November clearly and positively In my power to see to It that industry. Men who have today
maid of honor, Miss :Mildred Indicates I to me that the people at intelligent economy is effected In adjusted their businesses to meet
Miss Genevieve Kenly entertained Burke, who wore a pink net dress I last have awakened and fully real- every branch of the State Government the present demands are necessarily
and of her friends Wednesday and carried pink Columbia roses. ize this; they have taken their gov- If extravagance or waste anxious to know whether the
Ou'topie, Business some Entering next was Miss AUInene ernment back Into their hands- can be found, in times particularlysuch State of Florida is going to make

Progr*** of th*County and Town evening Mr. Junior at a bridge McDonald party.made high, Fresh escorted by the groomsman may it remain there forever morel! as these, they must be rooted additional and Increased demands
Carl Nelson of Keystone I that you maintain that out upon them
,4 score and was presented the hostess.with a Heights. ShIP wore a blue net gown interest and that each citizen of The business of Florida is the When human activity as a whole

------------- picture painted by and carried yellow roses.' The two this State familiarize himself or I biggest business in Florida. It will is showing so small a margin of
Miss Lois Adkins was a handmade
given little flower girls, Lois Donaldson, require constant, uninterrupted: or lOllS, as the case may be,
f NWilbur In 1 1i is Mrs. S. i.. Prescott of Brooker handkerchief and Miss Mar herself wih the affairs of the nation profit,
Thomas was was In Starke Thursday morning. tha Powell a novelty for consola- little sister of the bride, and Ines state, county and city, so that 'and undivided attention on the It is clear to be seen that If new
Sunday. Butler, followed dressed In pink we may never revert to that dan- part of your chief executive. Aided and additional taxes are Imposed,

No. 1 of the Baptist W. tion.At of the and blue, carrying baskets of red gerous condition or state of Indif- by'' the> drafted loyalty, unselfishness they can only ,be met at the expense R
ulSr. J. L. Peek and family ve Circle Mrs.J. the conclusion game a roses. The little ring bearer, ference to government from which and patriotism of Florida's of further reduction In
U. will meet Monday with and served.
into the Clark redden on'Al M. salad course punch was brother of the citizens re- of the or In the
>ved o'clock. David Donaldson, a we are now emerging. best virtually every wages employed .
M. Brownlee at 8 W. assistedher
v rth Walnut Street Mrs. George Kenly bride waa next. .' quirement of sound governmental further curtailment of activitiesnow n
I daughter in entertaining her The bride entered on the arm .Let, every citizen be cognizant practices should be sure of accomplishment going on, thereby Increasing
Mrs. R. R. Jones, Ruby guests of the responsibilities and privileges -
Mr. and
Me. J. A. Harnage Is on rf a sick of her father as Miss Marion the number of our unemployed.Florida .
t this week. We all bop /se will Hazel and Wllm Jones, all of Tam- Clark played the wedding march pt citizenship and be zealous It is my expectation during the needs to encourage insteadof
a recover. pa, were visitors here. last. week. MISS JANE ADAMS. from "Lohengrin." wearing a In'the performance and en- next three* months to devote my- discourage her pay.r la.| --
---- REV. LAURIE G. RAY white satin wedding gown and veil joyment of each. self to a continuation of a study Ida needs to encourag('lnstem
Edwards axui daugh- Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Ritch spent MARRIED IN TAMPA and carrying calla lilies and lilies If I can arouse and maintain of Florida's problems. I expect to discourage her cttiziAis who no .
Mrs. Roy affairs "fcf
? interest In the your
Lucille spent the first of the week In Tallahasseeand of the valley. They were met at your first, to ascertain just what the constltutte her economic and Industrial -
r, in Edwards Monticello.Col. The following account was taken the chancel by the bridegroom and government so that you consider will actively State's condition is financially I life. For these reasons, I

'turday from the Tampa Tribune of Wed- his best man, Senator J. Edwin and energetically look upon Florida as a great cor- have heretofore said and I now
j';' D. E. was in Mac- nesday, Dec. 28: and participate therein I shall feel the in it Its welfare of Flor
.Mr. and Mrs. L. F. Smltn' and Knight Larson of/1 Keystone Heights, had poratlon, people as again say that the
has a
IP and Lake Butler Tuesdayon Miss Jane Adams and the Rev. that my term of office and Its subserved discouraging -
K spent Sunday in St. Au- clenny brother of they groom. stockholders myself as ida will be best by
,family professional business. Laurie Graydon Ray, of Green Mrs. Donaldson, mother of the most encouraging and worthwhile chief executive. You, the people all efforts for new and r
[tgustine.'. Cove Springs, were married at an bride wore a gray silk roolah crepe Inauguration. of Florida, are entitled to'know additional sources of revenue and:

:' Miss Doris Yaegle, who has been Mr.and Mrs. J. H. Ritch attended Impressive twilight ceremony yes- dress, and hat and accessories to Assuming the office of Governoras Just how the State stands flnanc- I I by conducting as economical a
1 visiting her friend, Miss Dorothy the inauguration in Tallahassee terday at 5:30: o'clock at the Seminole match and a corsage of violets. I do, without previous commit- Ically. Just as soon as I ascertain government as Is consistent with
Ritch, returned to her home in Tuesday. Heights Methodist church. Mr. and Mrs. Larson left Im- ment or obligations of'any politIcal what the financial condition of the the Ideals herein expieHaed. Such
Lake City Sunday. The Rev. R. L. Allen, pastor of the mediately after the ceremony for nature, things will of necessity -1 State Is, I expect to give that Information a program cannot help but restore
Miss Helen Bryce returned to her church, assisted by the Rev. FredA. ,a brief wedding trip. be done In the setting of our through the press to the confidence and that, before long.

Mrs. Nat Turnbull and family, home in Brycevtlle Wednesday, after Turner, officiated In the pres- Guests front out of town Included house In order that will arouse the people, so that they may know I shall not be unconscious of the
who have been making their home a visit with Mr. J. E. Corpen- ence of a large gathering of : Miss Josephine Kodrlch, anger .selfish, interests of professional what the situation Is, thereby en- fact that within constitutional and ti

in Starke, left Saturday for Ing. friends and relatives. Tampa; Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Kaleel, politicians and political racketeer abling them to manifest to their I legal limitation I am your leader
of their chicanery -
Gainesville where they will reside. Masses of palms were placed St. Petersburg: Mr. and Mrs. H. Regardless representatives In the legislatureas and your mouthpiece, and I shallat
Miss L'Etta Corpening has returned about the chancel, forming a back- R. McQuillan, Dean and Mrs. G. their conniving and their at- well as the chief executive what all times and on all occasions
MTsJR. V. Turner and family of home after a visit In Ocala ground for tall baskets of pink P. Carson, Dr. and Mrs. C. S. Ho- tacks, I shall as Governor hew to is desired.I feel and know that the greatest
Jacksonville, are spending two with her uncle and aunt, Mr. and gladioli and cathedral candelabra.A warth and the Misses Catherine, the line, letting the chips fall expect the detailed audits of leader and the best leader must at
;,>weeks with Mrs. Turner's mother, Mrs. Charlie Johns. floral archway was arranged in Sarah_and Mary Howarth, Misses where they may, without regardfor the different departments to show all times humbly and honorablyserve
[Mrs. F. B. Johns. front of the altar, under which the Ruth and Betty Ford, Miss Mary anything but the general good. that funds appropriated for some you. I sincerely pray that
Mr. and Mrs R. C. Hawthorneof bridal couple stood during the cere Harris Ezel, Miss Helen Jewltt, of This Is a fitting occasion to Impress departments have been diverted the efforts which I shall make as

Mr. and Mrs. Paul Canova were MonesviUe, Pa., are spendingthe mony.Present DeLand; Miss Louise Beasley, upon the minds of our peple under the law to the use of other your Governor will meet with your
jtthe guests of Mr. and Mrs. L. S. winter with Mr. and Mrs. M. Music ProgramAs Hart v111e, S. C., 1>lr. and Mrs. D. the priceless heritage of citizen- departments, and that the probabilities approbation and approvaL To this l
fc Young at their home In JacksonVille W. Morrow. guests were assembling, Mrs. O. Stewart, Keystone Heights; Mr. ship in our great country. Many are that the funds so'dl- end I pledge you my every effort
| Saturday.Mr. I George Hayman presented a, pro- and Mrs. Ouy Boyd, MI'..and Mrs. millions cf people of other coun- verted cannot be replaced for some and my every devotion. I cannotdo j
Miss L'Etta Corpening returned gram of organ music assisted by Wm.' 'IL' Aguelnd'rProf.'| and tries consider as greatest luxuries time to come. I expect the detailed more. I would be unfaithful

and Mrs. L. M. Gray, Miss Tuesday from Hugh where she visited Miss Edith Loughren and Miss Mrs. J. D.,Pepper, of Shiloh; Miss the very things that we consider audit further to show that and untrue If I, ,consciously!' did
lelen Gray and Buddy Gray of her grandparents Mr.. and Lucia f'Walker, sopranos, and Miss Elizabeth BlUtt, Melbourne; Mrs.J. necessities, such as the automo the State of Florida Is l having
[Gainesville, visited relatives In Mrs. T. A. Brinson. Mary Jane 1!Meeker, cellist. E. Larson, :Mrs. Donald Pang- bile, radio telephone, good roads, great difficulty In meeting the actual less.And so In conclusion, may I repeat *
3tarke Friday. :Miss Mary Lit chgi and Miss. born, Frank Buzzard, Rev. and and other things. There are radIcal costs of government, not only, the words of that immortal
1 Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Griffin were Robbie Vinson were bridesmaids. I Mrs. Benjamin Weld, Miss Edith communists In our very midst bn account of shortage of funds,' leader, expressed In -his first Inaugural -
Mrs. E. 8. Matthews and Mrs. in Jacksonville Wednesday to see They wore severly tailored suitsof I[Wiggins and':M1:: 'and Mrs. W. E. who would literally destroy our but also on account of the high address:.
B. McLendon were guests Wednesday N. T. Ritch who l is 111 with pneu- crepe with matching turbans' Winana, of Keystone Heights. great country.. They would de- coat of operating the State Government "This Is not a day; of triumph

_ of Mrs. L. F. Cbapman at monia at the Riverside Hospital.Mrs. and accessories. Miss Lltschgl : Mrs. Larson, who attended Stet- prive us of the three fundamental it l Is a day. of dedication. Here
fire State Farm. choosing gray and Miss Vinson, : University until 1931, and Is American rights that we have; Some reduction In the expense muster not the,forces of party, but
t _____________ O. L. Haynes, Miss Geor- brown. Their flowers were shoulder son in the Keystone Heights that of worshipping God as we see of our governmental machinery the forces of humanity. Men's
\*: Messrs. C. D. Shank and J. A. gia Kathryn Haynes, Miss Nancy I corsages of sweetheart roses public teaching schools,.Is a popular mem- fit; that of maintaining our homes can come through executive or- hearts wait upon us; men's lives
I Lewis made a business trip to Clark and Sonny Haynes spent and baby-breath. ber of the younger set:here. Mr. and raising our children In our der. Many reductions must come hang In the! balance; 'men's hopes
Tampa and other points in South Sunday at Gulf Hammock.Mr. Miss Katherine Hunt maid, of Larson is the son of Mr.and Mrs own way; and the right to have through legislative sanction. We call upon us to say what we will e
t Florida first of the week. honor, also wore a tailored frock, J. E. Larson of Brookston, Fs.< orderly government It Is high all know that today most businesses do. Who shall live up to the great:
f' and Mrs. W. T. Oberly of selecting wine red crepe for her from Stetson in 1931 time that the citizenship of the are required to make a trust? Who dares fall to try? I
week-end costume. Intricately tucked sleeves graduated United States began to think in I manly to survive. all honest men, all parti-
/ Col. and Mrs. D.' E. Knight spent Atlanta, Ga., were the with a B. S. degree;, and Is a mem- struggle merely summon
|last week-end in Jacksonville and guests of Mr. and Mrs. L. F. were an Interesting note. Her hat ber of Alpha Chi Chapter of Delta terms of the United States, to I Profits, If any, are small. Many otic, all forward-looking men, to
j''A t;while there were guests of Hotel Smith. matched her suit and she also worea Chi and l is ath- trade at home, to buy American I of our people are today continuingtheir my side. God helping me, I will
I Seminole. shoulder corsage of pink buds letic Sigma coach fraternity and! science teacher in produced products, and to realize: struggle with unprofitable not fall them, If they will but counsel
Miss May Peek..returned Mon- baby-breath.. SchooL that we owe an obligation of ventures solely by reason of the and sustain met"GROCERY! .
Rev. and Mr l. Laurie Q. Gay, of day to her home In Jacksonville, Dr., Wardlow Jones, of Atlanta, Starke High brotherhood and friendship each :
'1 Green Cove Springs, were here I after spending ten days here with Ga., served, Mr, Ray as best man. The bride'and groom will be at to the other. It is l time that we
Misses Amelia I relatives. The Rev. Bruce Gannaway, of West home to their many friends on I began to think Florida and buy
,, Tuesday visiting Palm Beach North Cherry' Street,: Starke.- United States and
and Olive Ray and other relatives.Mr. and Lawrence Douglas Florida, think
Judge and Mrs. A. Z. Adkins of' Dunedin. were groomsmen Titusvllle Star-Advocate. buy United States. TIP TOP 1,1

L. A. Gray and family have I and children, spent Sunday in ana Joan Adams, brother of the l There has been a gradual Inculcation
bride, usher. GOVERNOR SIIOLTZ'S of radical communistic)
moved from the southern part of I Gainesville with Col. and Mrs. J. was
Leave on INAUGUARAL.ADDUESS, ideas particularly In these times
town to a bungalow on the corner I C. Adkins.Mr. Wedding Trip ,
The bride who entered It has so that Instructors -
of Tenth and Connelly Streets. : with herfather -rr-- spread many
and Mrs. C. B. Miller, Miss by whom she was given in (Continued from page 1) In American colleges and

Miss Hazel Middleton was in Mary Miller, Jean Miller Cleve marriage, wore a modish suit of generation. However, magnif- : public schools have become and'

Tallahassee the first of the week Miller, Jr., of Valdosta, Ga., were navy blue silk crepe, the short icent Ing our climate, or soil and our !are becoming ibued with such! :1
attending the inauguration cere- week-end guests of Mr. and Mrs.J. Jacket crossing In front and fas- natural advantages In Florida may Ideas and are secretly Imparting
'tening the shoulder them to students and citizens. The
and friends.Dr. B. Carlisle. large
monies visiting I be, unless we have a wise, sane,
buttons. The very full sleeves conservative and economical ad- situation in Florida Is no excep

and Mrs. W. E. Middleton Mrs. C. G. Arendell returned to terminated In snug-fitting cuffs. ministration of affairs, there will tlon. There Is great danger to,
had Monday Mrs. Chap- her home in Lakeland Friday after The small turban with Its short here until American liberty and institution
as guests be Infux of capital
pell and her son, Dr. F, V. Chap- spending several days here with veil matched her suit and her men no with,flityuiqtal means are assured just so long as there Is a carelesi.: ,Coffee Maxwell House lb. 25c
blouse of disregard and lack of appreciation ,
pell, of Jacksonville.Mrs. her brother and sister-in-law, Mr. hyacinth blue crepe. of administration..
and Mrs.. O. L. Haynes. She wore a shoulder corsage of suqh for the priceless privileges and In
bride's roses and valley lilies. It }fs.trpe'that In time.,of plenty herltance that we enjoy. No stu
J. M. Brownlee, Miss Mar- $
tha Brownlee and Milton Brown- Mrs. James Shepard Miss Cleo Immediately after the ceremony, alt peoples* are prone anticipate, dent should be graduated from ou Butter Pure Creamery lb. ,
will always prevail ,
Mr. and Mrs. that plenty public schools or universities un
lee, Jr.. visited relatives in Gainesville Shepard, Miss Eula Davis and Mr. Ray left by motor Florida'
Monday.Mrs. C. C. Shepard of Hilliard, spentthe for a wedding trip to the east and in this'we people-of lead able, to pass aatlnfactory ex
week-end with Mr. and Mrs. coast. They will be at home after have been no exception.1' : Thus it Is amlnatlona covering fundaments '" ;

S. E. Brownlee has returned C. A. Knight. January first at Green Cove that in portions, of our State we principles of Federal and Stat Tomatoes 4 No. 2 cans25c ; '
Springs.Mrs. have burdened our present and we constitution. Be Americans, b from visit In Gaines-
home a
ville with her son-in-law and Mr. and Mrs. Worth Currie and I Ray is the daughter of Mr. have magnified the problem of debts our Floridians proud of our countr; I'EACIlES.large halves 2 No. 21.2 cans 25c I
daughter, Judge and Mrs. A. V. two sons, Worth, Jr., and Dickson, I and Mrs. John L. Adams. of 1010 future by having contracted and proud of our State, mllltantl:;
Long. of Red Springs, N. C., were recent Powhatan Avenue. She Is a native which in the more mature light of aggressive in the cause of good,, PEAS, weenie Weenie No. 2 can ____ ISc
of Mr. and Mrs. T N. Ken- of Tampa and was graduatedfrom the present we would not have decent, clean government.This .
drick.guests Hi1I borough high school In contracted. It Is folly to state occasion is neither the time< SYRUP, fresh Florida 1-2 gallon ._-. ._ 25c
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Darby, Misses
1930. She is that In many Instances and in restricted the for t<
Bunnie Canova, Martha Powell, a member of the nor place your governor
a Mr. and Mrs. D. T. Clark have Friday Morning Musicale and the area these debts have not discuss' In detail new laws 01
Lula Redgrave, Lois Long, Peggy
Turnbull Dorothy Ritch, Doris returned to their home In Miami, H. A. K. Club. precipitated a troublesome and changes in existing laws which hi Eggs strictly fresh doz. - 22c

Ii Yaegle, and Lillian Sternberg after spending the Christmas holidays Mr. Ray is the son of Mr. and 'most perplexing problem. The ultimate feels would be of common benefit ,
the week-end at the Stern- with Mrs. Clarke's parents, Mrs. L. C. Ray, of Fort White. He solution( In some instances to the people of Florida. You r t
spent at Kingsley Lake.Judge Mr. and Mrs. N. D. Wainwright. was born In Jacksonville but has may be far from clear to the minds public servants chosen by you al
., berg cottage VMMP VW _H MBWW HBMHHW- lived most of his life in Dunedin.He i of any of_us; but with, courage, your legislators will assemble I ii Milk tall can 6c; small -3c I f

' and Mrs. A. V. Long and Richard Long, James Richard received his A. B. degree in 'fortitude arid'determination the April, and to them I shall mak ,
Lester Price Robinson 1920 and his B. D. In 1930 from situation Is being met by those such specific recommendations a
t of Wainwright
daughter Gainesville, ,:Miss and Annie Mr. Marcus Long, Co- Merrill Futch, Milton Brownlee Emory University and has been a of our people directly affected. I believe to be beneficial for ou Pork & Beans Hitter's 2 cans 9c k

1 nant of Jacksonville, wtere newyeara Jr., Billy Graham and Paul member of the Florida 'Methodist With,, God's help I am confidentof and development and for our commoi ,
: of Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Knight returned to the Universityof Conference for two and one-half ultimate success. At any welfare.
Brownlee guests and Mrs. S. E Brown- Florida, Gainesville, the first i years. He Is a member of Sigma all times whatever service, coun- I ask for cooperation by the legIslature /
lee. of the week to resume their studies. Chi fraternity, the Sigma Upsilon sel and advice your Chief Executive and administrative depart Oats Quaker or Mother's pkg. 6c
honorary literary fraternity and can give will be willingly and ment In enforcing strict econom;] ,

the number of Starke Mr. and Mrs. Ford L. Prescott the PI Delta Epsilon honorary eagerly rendered. in every governmental function. J

people Among In Tallahassee Tuesday at- and four children, who have been journalistic fraternity: The unfortunate financial and here and now put all on notice tha Ale Shiver's 3 bottles 25c e
which efficiency and shall bt Ginger -
Ihb tending the inauguration of Governor guests of Mr. Prescott's parents, economic condition In manyof economy ,
Sholtz were: Dr: H. B. Mc- Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Prescott left MISS EDNA DONALDSON our counties, municipalities and the unvarying rule of my admin
<'f motor to their WEDS C. WESLEY LARSEN tax districts now find themselves Istratlon.
Sunday evening by
L. Matthews.
'.T.Lendon.Long, Eugene O. W. Griffin and W. M. home in Dayton, Ohio. Is, to some extent, a result of the It la however not amiss for m Catsup Ritter's,14 oz. bottle lOc 1
Walnwright. Marked with simplicity yet Indifference of our people to governmental -< I to say on this occasion that yoi \
Misses Alice Fernandez, Hazel beautiful In every detail was the matters. If your question have bestowed upon me this hon
Adkins, Miriam Jacobs, Beverly wedding of Miss Edna Carmen this, go to your public records or and have chosen me your pub
A wogCOLUMN Cady, Mary Canova and Evelyn Donaldson daughter of Mr. and and Investigate for yourself the i lie servant only after a campaign! Rice whole grain 10 Ibs. - 25c
TENT Stump returned to Tallahasseethe Mrs. A. W. Donaldson of this city manner In which this Indebtedness in which! I promised you an eco ,
U first of the week to resume and C. Wesley Larson of Starke, was Incurred;' consider well the nominal administration, and urge i '
their studies at the Florida State Fla., which took plat here Sun- fact that In many Instances less that your expenses of governmen'
College for Women. day afternoon at 3 o'clock: in the than twenty-five per cent of the I should be reduced as much ai Flour True Love 24 Ibs.55c
FOR RENT-Five-room house on First Baptist church. The ceremony qualified electors were sufficiently: would be consistent with the or J

Water street Also five-room 2- Miss Mona Alderman, who has was performed by the pastor Interested even to go to the polls : derly_ development of the Stat t
story house on Walnut street J. been here with her parents, Mr. the Rev. Robt. Holmes, underan and vote upon the proposed expen and the retention of our const! Spinach No.2 lOc
W Morgan. 12-16-41. and Mrs. Geo. W. Alderman, re- archway entwined with narcissi diture., A similar lack of Interestin tutlonal form of government M;] cans -
turned to Tallahassee Monday to and evergreens from which hung a political matters has to some friends, such promises) made by m< f
LOST-In post office last Sunday resume her work as an instructor large white belt Ferns, palms, extent Impaired the efficiency of were not for the purpose ocharming : Beat White
bank statements of Mr. and in the department of music at the evergreen and baskets of gladioli our national state, county and .the imagination to th< Lard 4 Ibs. 25c '
Mrs. W. E. Daugherty. Finder Florida State College for Women. were massed at the back of the I municipal governments, and has end that political prefermen -
will please return them to me. pulpit and were also artistically caused .you and me to labor and should be bestowed upon me. : Bacon l lb. 6c Matches 3 boxes 19c,
W. E Daugherty. It Circle'No. 3 of the Baptist W. arranged throughout the church. suffer under some tax burden and meant what I said then and : ,

LOST-2 year c<'1 heifer part Jersey M. S. will meet with Mrs. G. P. Marking the pews for the familiesof I governmental' restrictions that mean It today. SALT,2 for -_ 5e MACARONI 'IJ.
afternoon the couple were bouquets of seem unnecessary and unwise. The The determining factor in dealIng
black and brown one shorthorn Raymond next Monday ; PEPPER Black 3 pk'ga. for __ We J.
Marked swal- at 3 o'clock. AU members are yellow calendulas, with evergreens, responsibility for tills Is ours and with most of our State affair u
low ,fork white, two nuie.underbit, one-ear,i I earnestly requested to be presentas tied with white satin ribbon. I we must see that It does not again can be clearly outlined by asking.r 3 cans ________ lOc TEA Upton's

underslope In other. Branded "LS. there la business of Importanceto Pre-nuptial music was rendered I occur.I ourselves three questions: LADY PEAS lb. 5c 1-4 pound _____ lOc U'o
democraticand 1. Can the State afford It?
that a
B S Edwards be transacted as well as work by :Miss :Marion Clark at the piano say to you
Reward I for the people 2. Does the State have t
free money
Starke. J-6-tf, ,to be done. during the assembling of guests. government -

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The Voice of Florida" I Weekly from Home Demonstra-1 Floridians will have their first

! SECTION lion Specialist, Tallahassee LIVE STATE NEWSNews i itficent opportunity World's to view Florida's meg.

of J Fair exhibit at the
GalneavHe, College outh Florida Fair
workers will discuss of Florida In Short Paragraphs January 31 to
Agriculture PECAN FILLING FOR CAKE "ebruary II, when '
Demonstration Agents completed
Conducted sec-
Florida farm problems at noon
ions of the "
L i'' each day next week from state Use 3 cupfuls granulated sugar, lie elaborate citrus exposition dioramas and
radio station WRUK. They will water the whitesof wm +-
I 1 cupful boiling k
,. _, ---'h .._._. .....J .,_,,__ speak on the Florida Farm Hour raisins, -- given an advance showing, Earl [
--w w w -- --- r -- --- -- 3 eggs, 1 cupful chopped roan, manager, has
from 12 to 12:45: m., EST according 1-2 I advised
p. 1 cupful chopped pecans, cup- resident
Tallahassee A proposal by the youngest hunter In St. Petersburg W. G. Brorein here IttKtb '
DAIRY PROFITS BEST WILD LIFE LEAGUE OF to the following schedule:
citron 1-2 cupful can-
ful chopped ,
railroad carriers to establish and one of the youngest in The huge dioramas e
INCREASED BY HOME STATE TO CONVENE IN Sat., Pan. 7-Florida Farm dled cherries cut fine, and 2 tablespoonfuls now com- [oft
FEEDS AND CULLING GAINESVILLE JAN. IS News and Hints. Farm Editorial lemon "pick-up and delivery" service by the state, to land a 100-pound deer ,ated, together with the decorae -
Juice. trucks in connection with their with a .22 caliber rifle. The young paraphernalia will be transited

Gainesville, -Fla.-Florida dairy- Gainesville, -Fla.-The first annual Snapshots.Mon, Jan. 9 Another Year in Dissolve without the sugar in the until water the rail transportation service win be nimrod brought down the big three to Tampa in time for theo
and boll stirring
men under present conditions can meeting of the Florida Wild Solving Florida Farm ProblemsJ. will thread from a considered by the state railroad year old buck up in the Gulf Ham- (Mning of the South Florida Fair
best Increase their 1933 profits by be held syrup spoon. commission at a meeting here Jan. mock near Guntown Wednesday M will occupy booth space with
Life League will January Francis Cooper. Deciduous Beat the whites well, and
egg pour 11. A rule in the commis- with shot while hunting with ore than 60 feet
close culling and the production of 13, 1933. Discussion will center Fruits for Florida-Harold Mow- this them, beating constantly new one frontage. Mostp
I upon sion's would be necessary his father. tentlous
regulations the
more pasture and homegrownfeeds. around the major efforts of fish 'while Beat until the Icing t i I among World's
That's what facts In the and game conseravtlon in the ry.Tues.., Jan 10 Small Fruits is cold pouring., add fruit and nuts, and if the proposed service is al- wlA Fair exhibits to be brought here

dairy outlook report recently released State, and the pooling of the work for Florida-Harold Mowry. Farm spread on the cake. lowed.St. Palatka Mistaken belief thata be the citrus display, the feature -

by the Florida Agricultural of all related organizations.Most Question Box. Nut Cookies freight train was being flagged ; \ set of the Chicago exposition.

Extension 'srvice Indicate. of the CIne will be devotedto Wed., Jan. 11-Natice Plants for Take 1 cupful sugar, 2 eggs, 2 Petersburg The second ., to a halt to permit his automobile Mora than 200 men, including

Florida dairymen are now pro- open-house discussion of the Florida Gardens H. Harold cupfuls flour, 2 cupfuls ox a mix- abandoned night club to become a to cross the tracks, resulted In the painters\ and artists are at work

tjgTnwu-e than enough milk to problems, but special addresses Hume. The Importance of WildLife ture of raisins, currants, dates and house of worship opened Sunday death of Columbus Cooper negro on the fair grounds rebuilding and

jpply the\IIItate demand for whole will be given by Paul G. Redington,, Conservation-Carlyle Carr. nuts, 2-3 teaspoonful soda, 1-2 tea- when the Dapper Dan club on driver of the automobile, and two decorating' the Model Shows of

?milk and taost of the demand for chief of the Federal Bureau of Biological Thurs., Jan. 12-Some Things spoonful nutmeg, 1 teaspoonful Gandy Boulevard, opened as a other negroes who were riding America, largest amusement caravan -

sweet cream. Thus, Increased pro Survey, Stanley P. Young,, General Farmers and County salt, 1 cupful butter, 3-4 cupful church under the direction of the with him. A coroner's Jury exon- In the country, which starts Its y
duction would mean more surpluses in charge of rodent control for the Agents Proved Last Year--J. Lee milk 2 cupfuls uncooked oatmeal Rev. W. T. Watson, Gospel Tabernacle erated the train crew of any responsibility annual tour of the nation at the

which would have to go into Bureau, C. C. Woodward, state Smith. Farm Management tinder 1 teaspoonful cinnamon, and 1-4 I, pastor. Less than a year In the three deaths, Pinellaa County Fair on January

by-products and compete with game commissioner. Judge H. C. the Present Situation-Dr. J. teaspoonful ground cloves. ago Rev. Watson took over another after hearing testimony that Cooper 10.From

those from other areas. Under Petteway and Judge S. L. Holland, E. Turlington. Cream butter and sugar, and add abandoned club in the jungle sec apparently' believed a flagmanwas Largo the big show will goo

S present prices for these by-prod- both of Bartow, and others. Fri., Jan. 13-Special Wild Life wel-beaten eggs. Add spices, salt, tion and services are held there calling the train to a halt as to: Bowling Green and then return

y ucs Florida dairymen can hardly I Aside from the local chapters of Conservation Program. fruit and nuts to the flour and oatmeal weekly. the car approached the crossing. : Tampa to provide mid-way attractions -

compete with other areas where the newly formed Wild-Life and mix with the batter. Cooper drove his car directly In for the South Florida
from the I Fair. Twelve novel_ _ride___ enaattnnn__.. t
more cheap feed is obtainable. League, representatives When prices are good and we Drop from a teaspoon on buttered 'Tarpon Springs The Greek front of the train. and 22 nn '

Dairy herds in the state have Audubon Society, the Florida Fed- can afford to spend a lot for ferti- tins, and bake in a hot oven until colony here will turn out In old the Individual shows make up
eration of Garden Clubs, the State lizer to about world costume Friday to celebratethe Key West-To "prove it's emp organization. i
not been culled as closely as they we are prone forget crisp and brown. Gold leaf
probably would have been with Chamber of Commerce, State For- our soil. By taking from it year SteamedPeelUtl Bread Feast of Epiphany in a mod- ty", Edward Gray, 27, placed the of silver paint and hundreds

higher beef prices. Since beef est Service State Game Commission after year without adding much Mix together and sift 1 cupful ern setting before thousands of barrel of a pistol against his temple gallons of bright circus
ti make State Board of Education, the back to it it insteadof visitors. Since the arrival of the and pulled the trigger.. The colors are being used to brightenup
prices are not likely to any we are mining each of corn meal, Graham or rye the
Ij great advances, there seems to be Isaac Walton League, the State building it. When we are flour, and white flour, 3-4 table- Greek divers and their families, hammer foil on a loaded shell, anda fleet of many monster attractions, the great

no advantage in further delayingthis Beekeepers Association, and 22 forced to lower production coststo spoonful baking soda, 1 1-2 tea- they have had 29 similar celebra- bullet ploughed into his head, double wagons and the

culling. Mahy of these shouldbe other local conservation organizations make any money we then turn spoonfuls salt. Mix 3-4 cupful tions. The ceremony, transplanted killing him. Gray, son of Edward forty length flat cars on
which the
; culls are now producing at a have been asked to take partIn to improving the soil by such cheap molasses and 2 cupfuls sour milkor ,from the old world to the new, Gray, news editor of the Key West Florida caravan artists Is transpwrtpd

,, 't the discussions.The methods aa the growing of cover buttermilk. Pour wet mixture Is better known as Greek Cross Citizen, and three other men wentto are decorating'the
r / loss.With main points that will likelybe Day. : the beach to practice private living cars of the
crops. into dry mixture and stir until well
practically no change discussed are black bass protec- When times hard shooting.., After they had fired executives with Tampa scenes as
get we farmers mixed. Add 1 to 1 1-2 cupfuls I
feeds into
freight on shipped an advertising medium for
tion, young alligator protection, a turn to living at home. With our coarsely chopped pecans, put into Tampa A receivership peti- several rounds, Gray his friends the
the state the price of feeds has not state during the long summer tour
non-paid, non-political conserva- gardens, chickens, milk cow, and well greased molds, filling them tion for the Six Mile Creek kennel told authorities, remarked the pistol
j declined as much In Florida as in through the north. The
tion commission, uniform huntingand meat can't club has been filed here by Rob was The others said it scenic
we see why we formerly 2-3 full. Cover and steam 3 to empty.
some other areas. Many dairymen work .
J licenses forest fire r Is being done under the direction
to and fishing: spent so much money In town for 3 1-2 hours. ert E. Henry of Columbus, Miss., 'still contained a shell, and Gray
are turning
pastures of the
Indian Tampa Chamber of
r home-grown feeds to meet the sit protection, game protection on Food supplies, except that we Just a stockholder. The club recently replied: 'TH prove It's empty". He Commerce.

uation. Feed grain supplies In the reserves, -S and like problems. had the money. may be a'blessing in disguise to closed after 12 days Of a scheduled I placed the barrel to his temple and .

12 southern states are somewhat The farmers in our county are many of us. They may make us 49 day dog race meet. Henry I pulled the trigger.EvergladesSecretary. Dade City-H. J. Bailey took
FARMERS ADVISEDTO making real those back to the charges he bought $500: worth of I _
less than a year ago and there Is ins progress along go age-old principlesof over local feed formerly conductedby
prospect a sharp reduction In supplies KEEP SIMPLE lines, our county agent tells us, and good farming-those of livingat stock in the club on the promiseof a"d Mrs. the late J. W. Tidwell. IDon't
of cottonseed cake, meal, and SET OF RECORDS I[ feel that It'. that way all over home, producing cheaply, and a Job and that other stockholders Wilbur and Mr. and Mra. Henry I*

'/' hulls. Due to heavy frosts pas- the state. After all, hard times Improving the soiL and officials have not paid for Doherty Saturday concluded an that
tures In most of the South are not Gainesville, Fla. An annual their stock. He charges the club Inspection trip over the proposed forget .
farm and about making 1933 a more business ... .:..
as good as they were during the Inventory a simple cash is insolvent. site of the Everglades National
mild winter of 193132.In account are recommended to Flor- Park. Secretary Wilbur expressed year. Start '
ida farmers by Dr. C. V. Noble, I Quincy --Opposition any road I surprise at the wealth of Flor- inventoryrecords. and / t,

of the milk United cows has States been, the Increas-number economist with the Florida Experiment I + Do You Know? + I building "holiday" in 'Florida, and ida bird and animal life and said gf.

ing annually at the rate of from Station. to laws allowing transfer of funds he hoped the bill, which, alreadyhas
3 Just as bookkeeping Is essentialto f from the State Road Departmentto passed the senate athorlzlng Tallahassee -
to 4 per cent since 1929, but this
rate of increase Is not expected to the city businessman a few simple other governmental depart- the park, will be approved by the eling Alpha chouse
records are important to the ments, was expressed in resolu- house at Florida
continue. The making an early opening
being threatened dairy industry Is farmer if he Is to know whetheror tions adopted by the Northwest possible. .Members of the party Women, under way.
by a further Increase -
M + In production which Is be- not he Is actually making mon- S. Florida Association here last week. were luncheon guests of D., Gra- 1

ing held back by low prices. An ey and where he Is making It. I The association Is composed of rep- ham Copeland, of Everglades, who

J' K' 4 increase In production this winter The records Dr. Noble suggMtedare k resentatives from the fifteen coun- took the men fishing. Secretary I NT'
be simple and practically any ties in northwestern Florida. About Wilbur landed two tarpon about i
can hardly avoided, and produc farmer Interested has y # t
y tion next summer is likely to be to them. the time and fifty delegates attended today's 65 pounds each.. The visitors left '
relatively heavy. ability keep f meeting, which was presided over tonight for Miami.
The annual inventory rives more 4 by President R. O. Patterson of
-- Information for the effort expended -
EASTER LILY MOSAIC than any other type of record, l' 'HsSL Penaacola. Cocoa Hundreds of persons day.'I I
enjoyed the sights of an emerg- ease.
CHECKED BY REMOVAL he said. It ahould be taken at the
is Tarpon Springs The 20-foot ency zoo set up in a local garage
same time and at
every year, a
monster of the- deep, which was here Saturday when a menagerie
time when there is the least'
captured near here in October truck, bound from New Jersey to '
Gainesville, Fla.-Mosaic of Eas- amount of products on hand to in-
when It foundered with two other Miami, had to lay up for repairsas
:ter lilies can controlled. only by ventory and at a convenient time.'
fish of the same the result of collision the 'a
specimen, has a on '
the prompt removal and destruc- On the ordinary farm and with a ;
been placed on exhibition in Dixie Highway, a short distance
a curio -
tion of all affected plants from the blank prepared for the purpose the
shop here In the sponge ex- north of Cocoa last night. More
growing field explains Erdman Inventory can be taken and summarized -
West In press bulletin 445: recently in a half-day's lime.In change. Lengthy investigation, than 80 cages containing bears, A-
officials of Smithsonian Institution wildcats, badgets, coyotes, gophersand
s' released by the Florida Experiment the Inventory should be included -:
Station. have found that the strange many other animals and birds I
all resources and liabilities
The animal Is a "globlcephala melaena" were ranged around the walls of .... .
disease Is caused by a virus of the farm business. Under resources II ..f"
which Inhabits*the Carribbean the so that the anlmala
which exists in the sap of the plant should be listed the amount sea. garage
and can not be reached with and value of all land, buildings, The fish on exhibit is the largestof could be fed and cared for The netted more than :
the three caught by fishermen garage owner estimated that at crowds who
prays. Since the disease spreads livestock, feeds, crops growing, ,
F rapdlly from one plant to another, equipment, money due the farmer, and weighed more than three tons. ten cents a head, he could have Ing throughout the

affected ones should be destroyed. cash on hand and all other farm : ,- ,.i
,Plants affected with mosaic will investments. Under llabiltles everything ". : A asMwA.sa St. Petersburg Call will be
'I. how a light to yellowish green that the farmer owes A a S ', :: k sounded for the mobilization of .

; mottling instead of the dark green should be listed. American dry forces In St. Pet-

,ifollage. Affected leaves are frequently The difference between a farm- ersburg February 19 to 21 to resist 2o4iTHE

twisted and dwarfed and er's resources and his liabilities Is the repeal or modification of

-.the stem la crooked and sometimes his net worth. The difference be- .QA, C..u-. flaitiul tjlluifl the 18th amendment, stave off

_ twisted. tween the net worth now and a T.HAT' Jock McDonald, caretaker of Jasper Park Lodge, In the beer, and Inaugurate a nation-wide

Mosaic is sometimes called yel- year ago Is the profit or loss made Rocky Mountains' during the winter, has become so campaign against the evils of liquor -
lows, stunt, dwarf, running out, during the year. friendly with the deer and other ,Blm,'. that they will sproseh him it was announced today by
Bermuda disease, and other com- The inventories will show the without kill the slightest fear The photograph shows Jock receiving a O. G. Christgau, high 'offlclals of

mon names. It Is Increasing In Im- total gain or loss, but will not show grail from Oil the Cinderella his pet mule deer Deer, elk, moose and caribou the Anti-Saloon League of Washington FINEST
ground of the
portance In recent years, as muchas the cause for it. To get this Information months lodge and golf court during the winter who is here making prelim-

10 percent loss occurlng In some it will be necessary to inary arrangements for a Joint

cases. keep some day-to-day record, and meeting of the national organization -
: Free copies of the press bulletin the simplest type Is a list of cash And the Worst is Yet to Come-- and state body.

may be obtained from the Experiment receipts and cash expenses. Start- -

Station, Galnesvlle. Ing with the cash on hand, put -- .-------y. Tampa-The .un'has been shin- I3UICK !

t down all the money that Is takenIn I Ing in Tampa 78 per cent of the

.DISINFECT CUCUMBER and all that Is spent along with daylight hours this year, the .
SEED AND PREVENT what it was taken In from or spent' weather bureau nays Virtually the
SEED-BORNE DISEASES for and the date. This with the same record holds true for most
I .II of this west coast section.
i Inventories at the beginning and The 78
Gainesville, Fla. Disinfection I close of the year will allow the S per cent Is a new record for Tampa -
of cucumber seed, to prevent the I farmer to study his business and T7II I the previous high percentage EVER BUILT
'appearance later of such seed- I see ,where he can Improve it. I being 76 in 1909. The average for
borne diseases as annular leaf snot l a. .. J/ the 35 years that weather bureau

,and the fruit rots, la-recommended REAL FARM PROGRESS records have been kept here is 66

by Dr. G. F Weber, plant pathologist OFTEN MADE Dt'KI.VG per cent For December the sunshine 1yr'
with the Florida Experiment TIME OF DEPRESSION record Is 91 per cent. There .,
Station. He explains that many have been 18 days of perfect sunshine

)' pathogenic bacteria and fungi, adhering (By Spuds Johnson) weather. Temperatures have Brilliant New Lines ,
IL to the seed, to cause trouble To talk about farm progress In run; In the 70's and 80's.

4 later on, will be killed with a little times like this sounds like a Joke New Fisher No-Draft Ventilation

corrosive sublimate. to most people, but I heard a fel- Tallahassee Some 1,400 convicts -
$ A good method for this disin low explain over the radio the oth- I in Florida's 27 prison road ONDTVIDUAU.Y CONTROLUD)erected.....It" and nmfoH factor since the CMM"
,faction II to place the seed In a er day that often the greatest camps scattered throughout the

cheesecloth bag, with the top tied progress is made when times are State are to have a grapefruit a Scores
j'' securely, and submerge them In a hard and money seems only a I day each for the next 60 days to of Engineering ImprovementsNew

y ''1 to 1,000 solution of the corrosive memory.I enable them to escape attacks

y sublimate for 10 minutes. During agree with him for 1 have always from Influenza which Is prevalent Comfort and Safety Features

this time the bag should be moved thought that real farm prog- In the state at this time. The

lrr around in the solution. After the ress was getting down to the real grapefruit a day menu was recom- 'YOU ARE CORDIALLY INVITED TO Ant:; ;.D. THIS DISPLAY *
10 minutes the' seed should be fundamentals of soil building and mended by prison physicians and

rinsed several times in cold water, conservation, and the economicaland xas* officials of the state purchasing

'd allowed to dry, and they are ready efficient production of farm rve.rsmvvtrrtus agency today said they had asked
to plant. products. '*****
Those are the cornerstones division engineers of the State
6 The solution should be mixed in of any permanent agricul Road Department to secure the Wh." l.lt.r AvlomoblUt Ar. Built, tvlck. Willulld
wooden or earthenware containers ture. As long as farm productsare fruit for convicts working under Tb.. rrodvct of O.nrol) AUtora IlilIUICK
4 as metal containers will react with selling for high prices we can .... their supervision.St. .
the poison and thus weaken It. use extravagant methods and live -

wastefully and get by with .
it. But = Petersburg There bea
One hundred hens laying heavily when times 105, may
will transpire three get hard we've got to prouder boy In these parts than
or four
gal. cut the
Ions of water aa in corners, and then we are Bob Williams 14 year old son of
vapor a
|The non-layers will give off about day. at making a low real cost progress which will in producing the Mr. and Mrs. George Williams of REGISTER MOTOR COMPANY ,
half that much. mean mon- Miller Hotel, but he'll be hard
ey to us when prices do 4 '
to find.
get better. Bob
E-- probably can lay
'A I :: 8
;: A>_ claim to the distinction of being STARKE, FLORIDAI"AO. I

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ular worship hour and Installed Taxes

the new officers. We all should Da.crIDtlo. see' T. R. A. 0....... A Coat n..rl.Uo. "eo. T. R. A. Owner *beets

Stark In NEH of BWH-28 I SS J. F. Houetr ___ 7.35 and WH of NEH W of
appreciate the work that Mrs. R. B**;. 80 ft S of )NB Cor. of ). 88 6 33 Unknown ._.__ __ 17.e
44N A. Thomas and Mrs. Hutchingsand Blk. 39 a. extended on Lot 14 of Blk.: !9 Peek'a n
Knev Map and run S 91 Addition to Stark In
their assistants are doing. ft. V50ft.NSt ft. MDO NWH\ of NWH N of 9th

Mid-week Bible devotional study ft. to beg Orlirlnal 8t. .. _!s ( II T. S. William _____ 3.16
Town of Stark In ..r BlitrsVpeekVAddltlon :
Nl \i4 Lot 1 -
each Wednesday at 7:30: p. m. Are of HWVi ___________28 ( SI A. W. Anderion .__.. 11." to Htarke' In NW14\

fly word is a amp into say feet, sjJ a light onto my pttk-Palm 119:105.: you going to attend and help Lot. 1 3 6 7 of Blk. 33 61514 of NW>i N of s th Bt. __.28 (., 11 T. S. Wllll m. _____ UI r
doctrine e _______________18 ( 11 John n. McKinley ___ (5.05 Peek' Addition to Stark
All religious teaching, or Lot. 6 S of nik. 36 In
11Y r D F II ''S creed, U they are to b.ro any claim of SWH J. M. John Addition 9th St. -_ .- _! .
-- ---- ( II n..
spon the love loyalty and devotion of the people, must be in harmony withthe __________18 ( SSI A. W. Andereon ........ ".05 Lot 9 11 18 14 A BH of Bishop ___ ..- 31.15
Baptist Church ill A iii 1 of Ry In 8W Cor. lot 10 of Blk. 31 Pk'a -
fit into
teachings of Jesus the Christ whose words every;;foldMEAN of 8HH\ of SWU, boundedN Addition to Starke In
of the human heart, and of whom it was said in John 7:46, Hev. L. F. Chapin, pastor. by John Add W by Ry NWH of NWH\ N of 9th

WAKE LIKE THIS MAN." Preaching services first and rot by eectlon line: also' I, St -' ...-. __. Tlfl ( II F. A. Scott __.________ UI
9 & 10 of Blk. 47 J. Lot* 1 S 3 IS of Blk. B
$KPastor of Bradford and Union counties are lusted to na this deboaeat third Sundays. 11 a. m. and 7:30: p. M. John Addition --18 II J. O. Boyd .______ 101." RI.lnlf Addition to Btark
activities ona and amiovcte* Lot. 1 S S 4 of BIll: I L. T. In NWH of NWH South
for news of church ercanlca m.Sunday Co'.. Addition _______ ";.. Unknown .. __ _____ 1S.71 of *th at,
** eB school 10 H. B. Ar- SS ( III -------------SS ( It Kr. Cella Carter ..II
its.' Space freely given and no charge mad* gene a. m., Lot 4 6 4 7 I s 10 11 IS 13 Lot. 13 14 of Blk. B RU- ---
that such Iteots reach this office befog Wednesday wood supt. 14ofUlk.10LT&Co's.Addition: log Addition to Stark In '

rwlse they cannot be handled fo* current'I- Prayer Service, 7:30 p. m. Wed- Blkii'i':11' II L** Morgan -- 11.01 NWH of NW, South of
Lot 4 11 of 9th Ht. ( tl JoIr. H. A. BI.hop ____ 1.11
nesday. Co'a Add. ------.--S3 ( II J. a. Boyd __.__._ 11.1 Lot 18 :
(nets d followed him. And heIsawJames B. Y. P. U. 8:30 m. Sunday. LotSofElk. I1L.T. Addition to Stark In
of Zebedee : p. Co'.. Addition ..---SI I II L. D. Oreen _____ ..71.. NWH" of NWH South of .
SUNDAY SCHOOL I the son Lot. 113 4 11 11 11 14 of 9th St. -_ ____________SS ( It J. Co Poppell --.-- I.._I
m< 'John.his brother, In the shipmedding Grace M. E. Church Blk. IS L.. T. Co'a. Addition i Lots 1868 of Blk. S A
UBSSOIT I nets. And he called to ________.._1. ( 11 Unknown .___ 11.01 land B of Blk. I to land
Rev. W. B. Christy putor. Lot 0 A 8 40 ft. of Loll line J. O. Alvarea Addl.
them; and they left their father Preaching 2nd and 4th Sundaysat Blk. 14 bounded 8 by J. tlon to Rtark B of Mad.t'.n01 .r
with the hired O. Turner land L. T. A Walnut Bta..S8 ( II Mr, a F. Hamrlck 14.If
Zrbedee: in the :
8 193* ship fltfl
FOR JANUARY 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. Co'.. Addition --------2* ( 12 Mr. Pearl Snyder: _____ 11.35 Wynn'a Addition
servants and went after him. Prayer service Wednesday 7:30: Lot 311&S9ft.of. Lot i to Btark! In NWH
Jesus Begins His Work This was probably the second 4 of BIll: 14 L. T. A Co' : of BWH -----5 ( II Miss Olllo Mart _-__. 11.'" njlIt
ubject: p. m. Addition -___._S3 8 11 Floyd: Green ____.- 15.05 One lot bounded N by O. J.
olden Text: "The time Is ful- call of these disciples, the first be- Sunday school 10 a. m., Mrs. Lot 8 of Blk. 14 L. T. a> Griffin .8 by Sharp land,

the kingdom of God Ishand ing at the baptism of Jesus; John Co'.. Addition S3 ( II Annie Ma. Bennett _._ 11.76Lot W by Walnut St. A B by
and Mary Moore, supt. 9 of Blk. 14 L. T..Go's. Ity, ___ 11 ( Mr. Eva Killian _..._ .....
: repent ye, and believe the 1:35-42.: League, 6:30: p. m. Sunday. Addition __________.31 ( ItI Toe Orlffl ___-...__ 4.75 D.c. at 8 w"Co nl land v
Mark 1::1:5.: e Lot 123 of Blk. 11 L. T. sold to Mrs, T. T. Long .
peL __ Mrs. Ancelln Wheeler._ R.75 by B. J. Temple A run B
Co'*. Addition SS S3 -
Text: PRESBYTERIAN 14 deg W 89 ft for pt
._on Fraternal Lot 6 of Blk. 15. L. T. a
ae and Place of lesson: A. D. Lawtey Lodge No. 189, F. Sc: A. A C..'*. Addition :__.38 ( II J. Q. Boyd .-._-..-_-_ 1B.75 of S 41 bev.ft.thence thence. B S 14 14 d d..r.- I i.

iwuderress (desert) of Judea. Services Sunday, January 8, as M., meets at city hall building 1st Lot Co'a.11 Addition---------of Blk 18. L. T. A 83Lot ( II Ray New.om ____ (.78 .lI're.. W 860 ft. hears* I

_Jie temptation of Jesus by Sa- follows S 3 of Blk. 19 L. T. W 14 degree 882ft. i
: 3rd 7:30
and at
Tuesdays : p. m. '
should A.Jo'*. Addition :S3 ( IS Nat William. ._.__._ SS.75S.75 thence N 14 decree B SCO
i: It la strange that men 10 a. m. Sunday school, T. B. T. T. Blackburn W. M. -- ft. thence B] 14 diKren S
Lot 4 6 6 7 of Blk. 19 L.T.
110> averse to believing in Satan., Williams, acting supt. O. J. Phillips, Secy. ft Co'*. Addition I __.38 ( 21 L. T. A Co. _.____ 41 ft. to bec. In Starke__SS 8 SS C. B. Hayes _._____ It." ',:
thoughtful soul must recoge Lot 1 S 3 of lllk. S7 L. T. Beg ftt NW Cor of BWV4
ery 11 a. m. Morning worship, ser 6 Co'.. Addition :38 ( II F. C. Semraea ..._....._ 11.75 of SWH & run H 484 ft.
a force within him and in the: mon by the pastor. The Holy. Lot 67 of Blk. 87 L. T. & S 418 ft. W 484 ft. N 418

brld warring against good. I Communion of the Sacrament of: Stuart-Edgewater aparements Co'*. Addition I 38 ( II S. J. Coleman __-.__._ 10.7S ft. to be*. __ __ ________38 8 23 W. M. Monden ___- .....
painted. Lot 10 11 48 13 14 nf Blk. acrea In NWH of BWH
rough .'all the forty days our'I' the Lord's Supper will be cele 37 I* T. A Co'*. Addition.38 ( II J. W. Andrew. __..___ (.75 .V1i of Madison Ht. known ;

brd woe constantly tempted, but brated. A full attendance of the Lot 8 9 10 11 of Blk. 38 L. aa J. O. Alvarea real-
d.BHK'S : Newaom ___._ B.7B lllk. 1 lot In
T. Co'*. Addition ______38 ( ell Ray dance ex.
giving, an account of his experuces membership is earnestly requested. Stark, Fla, Dec. 31, 1932. Lot 8 of Blk. SO I_ T. & NW Cor. sold to J. L.
Me summed them up in three 6:30: m. Christian Endeavor. Report of the Clerk of Clreult Co'*. Addition. :__ 18 ( S3 Cha C. Armstrong. ___ 1.71' kat-s- --------___38 8 S3 J. W. Andrew., :Jr. .... 91.8S
p. Court In and for Bradford County Lot 1 S 13 13 14 of Blk.SI Com, ) f ur. of liny AMadUon
.p ilaal temptations. One was 7:30: p. m. Evening worship, song Florida on account ol Tans a...... L. T. & Co'.. Addl. Ht' *. & run 8 lit I

ilcal;: he was seized by fierceger and sermon.. .d for the :year 119. tton ---.---------<8 ( II Unknown ..__.-__ 11.05 ft. 1090 ft. N112ft.to
C. A. Knight tax: collector.To Maillann Ht. thence W on ,
S% of Blk. 5 L. T. & Co's.
and Satan tempted him toire Prayer meeting Wednesday at Jo..tF Prepee Addition _____._____38WH ( la Unknown .____.__ 1.75 said Ht. <4 ft. to be*. In
bal. due Dec. t _______,_.8(I1.J3
himself the Son of God by 7:30 m. ofHilt. 6LT.&Co'.. NW for. nf J. U. Alvarearealdenr ;

into bread the flat loaf- p. Ry amount collected ___.__3007.80 Sub DIvlHlon -________28 ( II Rose Cox _______ 8.75 Blk. ------28 ( SI J. IT. A Eva Lord __.- 3T.36
Blng The of To due Deo. 81 --------4605.93
regular monthly meeting Lot 3 of Blk. 11 L. T. & Lota 667 bounded N by
j stones around him. He could the Woman's Auxiliary will be Pino Forf.ltrre Co'a. Sub Dlvl.lon18 I II James Byrd: _. 5.75 Call Bt. ami M by Court
To bal. due Deo. 1 :1____.___1911.73
Bt. In Cookaey'* Add. 28On ( It J. W. Andrew, Jr. .__111.01
Blk. 11 U T. &
worked Lot 8 of
He a
t easily enough; held Tuesday evening, January 10, Ry amount collected .......1204.39 Short _. B.7S lot In Cook sey'e: Add
Co'.. Sub Division _.___38Lot I It B2al -
r miracle once for five thous- with Mrs. Geo. W. Kenly on Call To bal. due Deo. 31 3793.34 A T. hounded H by W. E. Middle
Craatr KM Md Bridge .Jo' =u.'I1..I./-: _______. 1.71 ton N by J. W. Andrew
Co. __
and again for four A w23 I It L. T. A
l persons 'reet. Mrs. R. S. Fernanda will ....t...._
i$ *. Jr. W by MitchellA
Lot. 1 S of Bile 16 A B 8
and. But Christ never usedvJce ilAve charge of the Missionary program To hal. due Deo. 1 ?__1102.17 ft. of lot. S 4 of Blk. IK S by Madison St. -.__SS ( It J. W. Andrew _____ .....
collected _.__1110.08
By amount
BW Cor. of Call A
Com. at
power for Himself, only Topic, "China." To bal. due Deo. SIC ____.__18113.01 A Lot 12 A E4ft.of Broadway St.. A. run W
lot. 34ofBlk 11LT.
hers; so he answered Satan's [ A cordial Invitation to all our *..ty a.aN9.-Cgar.l on 'all Ht. 94 ft. R 106
A Co's. Sub 11.15
DI"hlonII Mack Coleman _
To baL due Dec 1 _._.__7983.47 ( II Annie to .
105 ft.
ft. B 94 ft. N
stlon by quoting Deut. 8:3, services extended to all. By amount collected _.-__"08.80 Blk. 19 L. T. A Co'.. SubDivision beg. __._ ___.-IS. ( !IIJoI.. Annie Hemingway __ 11.11
____. -- -
\. shall not live by bread To bal. due Deo. 31 -6534.67 Blk. S3 34 U. T...A ?Co'*. Sub--1.1 ( ItI L.. T. A Co. _.._____ 1.71 Com. 164H ft.?B of BB Cor.
< PolUo.
TtlKRESSA. BAPTIST CHURCH ;) ty Dlvvlon ___...__ Unknown _. .71 of Oran a Sta. A
To bal. due 1 .__,__._ UI.OO is II nCllot ft. 13 ISH ft. N
'second temptation (accord- By amount collected ____.._ 11.00 Lot 2ofB1k31L.T.LotsSub1 A Co'*. 106 ft. to Call Bt. thence 'g
Je- To bal., due Deo. 31 tUOO Division -----..--28 I tl Fannie Lloyd _.__ 10,70or W on said Bt. to be.. J. J. Blfle John. .__ 11."
ji Matthew) was to go to Services will be held Saturday Total ..b-i...ker S HH of Blk. SS S8 I tt I

and cast Himself down before the third Sunday of each To bal. due Deo. 1 --1-lt Lot I of Blk. SS U T. A
By amount collected _.. __.ItA7.AfTo : ;
t e i roof of the temple. trust- month. bal. due Deo. 31 _.1589.86a Co.*.'Sub Divtelon1$ I It Walter Cummings ___ 1.15 .. W by W. M. Edwards )
A. B Call Bt. In
in Psalm 91:11.: "He shall D. L. Phillips Pastor. .. .-. n..sTo Lot 4 of Blk. S3 L. T. A M. Well. ._. Ill
NWH of BWH Mrs. B. --
f --------SS I It
Co'.. Sub Division IS ( IICllarl. Thomas ____ 10.76Lots
bah due Dee, 1 .._._7609.79 ---
BIk. 8 80 ft. of lot. i 4 of DIll: ;
gi angels charge concern- By amount collected ...__-.t74<.33 l' S or EH of S3 10.7
__ ._
I In J. D. Jon.. Add. ___28 6 II J. B. Corpenlnc "" ,
L. T.
n : and on their hands they To baL due Deo. 31 .__._4863.66 3-8 Interest. In Iota 1 4 of
II Sam __ __ 11.05
Aart..ltnr.i I .
------------- TUon -
lest thou SoClnfi. Blk. S In J. D. .Jones Addition
1.h ir thee up haply f-L 4 of Blk. 33
To bal. due v..o. 1 __.____ nl.11 Mott A Oarrl 11.06
33 Turner.
Sunday school at 10 a. m. A. J. L. T. A. Co'.. Sub DlvU --------- ---SS 6 -
1 foot' against a By amount collected ._ 100.73 D.Jone .
Lot 3 8 of Blk. S In J.
Thomas, supt. Do not let the Bible To bal. due Deo. 11 ___.__-___ t80.39Wi. ---------------$5 I II Ida Simmon _.._.__ 7.05 Add .. : 8 It II. C. Bitch __ __._- 30.78 ,
to the -38 -
would amaz- o1111L *
E' It -- --
i prove ......'. ?... .. ...... Lot. 1 I 01' >4I land- 114 ft. N
study service get smaller. Brightenup T. A. Co'.. Sub DlvU One lot of
courts To 111.11
ng In the temple bal. due Dec. 1 ?_.__ SIO ft H A Whounded
of God. But now and come every Sunday. By amount collected .._.__ 100.72 ofIk. .--.-.--28 ( S3 Sam TUon ______ ..05 A S by M by ".nd.reon' ,.,.
the Son
t 'was To bal. due Deo. 31 ______ 410.tO VH4 fT.. A Co'.. 6 83 Mary Jan Green ._.... 11.'
fort Ht.28On
lsufficient: answer to thee Worship at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. Bond Brldite Imttrrmt 8l.k- Sub Division -------18 ( SI R. M. Ellereon ____ 15.75 Lan A 8 by N < J
lot of land 33 ft. <:
Irs Tmm S% of Dlk. 36 L. T. A Co'.. v
ru don was another Bible quo. m.B. To bat due Dec. 1 -_____.U.800.39 Blk.Sub DlvUloa. >-.____-SS ( It Bul Chandler __.__ '.'11 aSby110ftB& W A' hi;!
not Y. P. Unions at 6:30 p. m. 87 A 88 L.. TJA Co'.. hounded N by: Pratt $t.
G1. ut. 6:16: "Thou By amount collected ....___ 8S1.03 Lan. _!S ( SS J. W, Harrell -- ".
Lord God. God is Last Sunday the young people i To bal. due Deo. 81 ________18.979.17 Hub DlvUlon 88 I It A. O. Jenkins __ 10.75 13 by Bandereon .1.'J
t .the thy O. W. ALDERMAN, Blk.. 39 L. '1'. A Co's.'Sub One lot of land com. at
t "be> put to'the proof in that provided the program for our reg-: Clerk Circuit Court. DlvUlon -' 33 ( II L.. Q. Powell ..______ 10.71 NE Cor. of Broadway A
W% of BIk. ioti'. Go's.Sub Hoyt Bt*. A run N on
Ij:II vVe. are not to say to God, NOTICE Division' -_____SS ( It L. '1'. A Co. ___..?___ 1.75 Broadway Ht. 106 ft. 10167VJI I
': your own laws In my favor Notice !. hereby given that the following. land will be old Lot 1 4 of Blk. 41 L. T. A ft. d 10(1( ft to Hoyt i tl+

; believe in thee." at public auction on the FIRST MONDAY IN FEBRUARY, 1933 it being. Co'.. Sub Dlvl"lon18 ( It Ja*. B. Franklin ____ B.75 Oneet.. W llTKi ft to beg _-II (11 J. F. Colley _____ 11.11
I of Blk. 43 U T. A lot fronting on nroad-
the Itb day of call month before the courthouse door at Starke In Brad Lot 1
&,,,,"third temptation appealed ford County Stat. of Florida, or ... much thereof aa will b. neoeaeary to Co'.. Sub Division3$ ( It John William ___? 4.75 way Bt. hounded N by oldCounty
1.t pay the amount due for taxes sat opposite the same, together; with the Blk. 44 L. T. A Co'..Sub Jail B by land of
st's great aim in life to est ooit of such aale and advertising. ,CARL JOHNS Tax Collector DlvUlon ___________28 ( tl A. O. Jenkins ____.__ '.'1' M. I* John A known aaKachelhofer '
'.:on earth the kingdom of Lot 1 4 of Blk. 46 and Lots place --38 ( S3 Unknown ----- 11.85 t
TexasDeseratio. 25 of Blk. 46 L.. T. A Co'.. Lots1114557191011 p
.1 The devil took our Lord See T. R. A. Owner A Ooa Sub Division _______-18 ( II Sarah Scott ___._ 11.05 15 of Blk. 1 Dowllns:
( Uses in imagination or vls- Com. 100 ft. W of NE Cor. Lot 1&834 of Lot Sof Bun DlvUInn to Btarke In 1"
of WH of NWK of BBIH Blk. 47 L. T. A Co'.. Sub NWH of BWH A BWH\ of .
I In a, great mountain-top from of NEW\ A run 8 145 ft. Dlvlelon.- _--__88 ( S3 Fannie MoCall i, ___ 7.05 NW----------.2 ( II L. V. Dowllna- ____.. II."
l he could see all the klng- wiooet.N546ft.E100ft ) NV4 of lot S ef Blk.4. L. T.

of the world in all their to ben. ______28 I 6 11 Baal Short_ ____ .66 Co'*. Sub Dlvl.lonII ( SI J. R. William. ,____ 1.76 II of Blk. S Dowllns Sub V
( All NWH of SE3 South of Lot S'of Dlk. 48 L. T. A nivlKlon Btarke In C

and made him the bold of- Call st: ___________18 i 1 11IJ B. D. Card __---=-- 50.71 Co'*. Sub Division _____88 6 S3 Joe Grant ..____. 1.55 NWH of 8W'/ A BWH of 1I.MLot
all these if One acreIn NW will give you of BKV4 -. :_ 18 6 O. IA Haynes _____ 40.71 Truby' Addition to 1 oRlk- 1 ('IyarNub
m only fall down and wor Half aore bounded SAB Btarke NE Cor. of 8EJ4 DUInlon WeatherlyA

Christ knew" he waa by Pine St. W by N. t of NWH\ W of Ity. ----88 I SS J. M. Truby ______.... ".3D Carmen' Addition to __ I."
se. Bternber A N by Mr. Lob1334117&fracl. Btark In SWHof BKV4\ __S8 ( It W. Andrew. __
Bg of Kings. He taught His R.- B. Fernandes .38 11 B. S. :Fernandes __ 1.111Com. Lot on W aid of Blk. B Lot. 36(78 of Blk. 1 City

e8 i to pray JThy kingdom at SE Cor. of SWVi '. ex. 8 8 ft of lot 7 6 N. Park Sub Division t
of BV/K run W 796 ft. J. Jon..v. Addition to Weatherly A Carmen'a
But he waa well aware N 31S ft. NE 101 ft. B Ptarke In BBH4' \ of NWiLo1" Addition to Btark In ,...
201 ft. thence B 174 ft. of Walnut Bt. BWH nf BMH 38 ( 11I Unknown -. ----
old Pilate at his trail thatgdom tj ( 11 Bradford County Bank. 41.95It
; Park
S 903 ft. to bev. also certain 8 9 11 13 *x.N 10 ft. Lot S of Blk. S (City r.
i was not of the world. land H of Mr. of lota 9 IS of Bike O Nub Dlvlalon Weatherly

er and glory that Satan Bparkman A W of R,.. In C N. J. .Jones Addition to A Carmen'a Addition to 1.11 "8.
SEVi\ of 8WV\ __________18 I 11 10 Mrs. E. P. John __ 11.18.al' Stark In BEH t NWJ4 Btarka In BWH of BEH -SS It m. W. JoIlller ____
slbly give him would an- Lots 7 Orlc W of Walnut B*. --___SS ( Unknown_ --:...__.__ n." Lob 6 9 of lllk 8 City Park'
holy purposes; so he re- o''nofol Starke InNKV4 Lot 1 S S 4 6 ( of Blk. D Sub Division WeatherlyA
of 8WV4 ______18 6 IS H. A. Dew 15.09 N. J. Jones Addition to Carmen' Addition to ,
.with another quotation Lote 2346 of Blk. 4 OrlirInal Starke la BEV of NW% Btarke In BH of BBH of ( 11 Mrs. 19. K. Prryman 4.11

( 1:13), "Thou shalt worship Town of Stark In W of Walnut lit. ..__._ Lot 1 of Blk. 4 ('It,. Park
God and him NKU\ of SW 4 _---_* ( SI T. A. Brlnion __ 11.01 --Is (11 J. M. Alvarea ___ 11.15 Hub Dlvlelon WeatherlyA
thy only Lot's "A e"Tt7"of 7ot4 Carmen'* Addition to
NH of Blk. 6H Orlclnal N
: tl Joe SI.trunk _____ I."
In of 5EV4.-95 ( -
au serve. Town of Starke In NBM. 6 6 of Blk B N. J. Jones BWH
lellllOn today begins: "And of 8WV4 ______-____*' ( II-H. A. Blahop __._ 1S.OB Addition to fltark In Lob 1 a 3 4 of Blk. A
Lots 1 8 of Blk. 15 OrlirlnalTown BEH\ of NWJ4 W of Walnut Htump'a Addition to
h tely the spirit drlveth him of Btarke In NBV4 a St. ...________SS ( SS J. M. Alvare ___._ 1'1." Btark In BH of BEH of

,wilderness. And he was of 8WM ______.__IS 1 11 F. F. Stump _____ 38.08 Lold 6 of nDtl'sla Hlahway NEU ._. ____.__-___.19 ( 11 11'. 11' Stump _____ I.'IS
Com. 80 ft. B of NB Cor. U SS 6 33 Bradford County Bank, 10.76 Lot 11346(78 of Blk.
the wilderness forty days, of Blk. 17 *. run W 10 ft. Lot 1 of Blk. 1 Temple'a H Rtump'H Addition to .
I ii of Satan; and was with 8 33 ft. E60ft.N25ft. Addition to Btarke In Btark In BWH of BlfiVi--\
to be*. Original Town of NHH of NWH and WH NEST *? ( IS 11'. 11'. Stump ----- .... y
d beasts; and the angels Starke In NEHi\ of 8W411u\ H. A. Bishop 13.15 of NEH W of Ry. ______ISWH ( tl Bradford County Bank. 61.85 Lou12 340145of1i1k.C .
1 unto him." "Immedlate- Com. at NW Cor. of Call of lot 3 of Blk. 1T.mle's Stump' Addition to
Walnut Stn. A W Addition to StarkeIn of
run on Htark In BH of WEH
the baptism of Jesus as Call 8t. 149 ft. S In. to a NEH of NWH and WH NEI Jg ( II P. P. Stump _- 1.255

h4 I L last Sunday's lesson. "The pt. of be*. thence N 105 of NEH W of Hy. -_-_SS ( SI F. O. Hemingway AP. Lo1.1186175010111211141616of111kD\ .
ft. W 11 ft. S105ft.E Lot 8 of k. S Temple'a; a McMillan ...-_ 31.11
i the Holy Spirit, which be* Original Addition to Starke In NEofNWS4andW'6ofNE Stump' Add to .mark.
way urged Jesus to retire lwt.olOSt In NE14 \ e in SH\ of BBH\ of NBH-\ ( 11 11'. 11' stump _-......u_ 1.11 1;

desert for of 8W14 _____38 ( II-D. B. Knight U. 11.40 W of It,.. ._ _.________.SI 6 33 Mr*. Cella Carter ...... 11." Block In Oaekln I _
a spiritual E 4.M ft. of Lot. 1 S of Lot. 1134(47 of Blk. lItI.1 j= __s1' ( 11 L. A. Davla, Jr. __ 11.75

.with Satan. Blk. 18 ... SO ft. by 48 U ,. ._ 4 Temple'a Addition to j acre In NW Cor..
days tempted of Satan ft. on South aide sold to to Starko In ,NEH\ of ]\-EH. of HRH being 384
F. C. Hollinc.worth NWH and WH of NEVi\ ft. N A. 8 by 390 ft B A
ught that Jesus ate noth- Original Town of Bcarke W of Ry. __________38 ( 11 I!. A. Shaver Co. ___ 61.6S W ____-__ .___ ---*" ( 11 L. A. Davla. Jr. _.. ...-111.11
In ; of _SI (11 J. W. Andrew. -101.95 131k. 7 '. of B ot
that time and Atheists NEIl 8WH Lots 1 7 of BWH of BE'A NEIL _
' ag One Lot 4614 IAWr of Addition to Btarke: InNEH I. dllch ____________III 8 33 L. A. DavU. Jr. _-__
ay the statement was un- NB Cor. of Blk. of NWH and WH of 1 3-4 acre bounded P by
A ause Jesus could not go W on Call Bt. 17 ft. 3 In. NEH W of Ry. _______IS ( II E. W. Hayes _00 .. A 1.33 Myrtle. Ht. H by Madison
8 105 ft. E57ft.3in.N All Blk. 9 ex. strip of land Bt. W by land of I* A.Davla. .
thout food. Numbers of 105 ft. to be.. Original 10 ft. S In. off N aid* of Jr., A N by "a"Com.'at
ave fasted more than 40out Town of Stark In NH4! lot 4 A. ex. all lota 617 line ---------$9 4 33 L. A. Day..,.,'Jr. ...W.A.. ....
of SW'tot-.5fLN- 18 (11 J. M. Alvares __ 70.10 Temple'a Addition to HW Cor. 01 Madl. t
supernatural power, : Lot B ex. ; Stark. In NBH of NWH son A. Myrtle Bte. A. run
i could have used. "The 60 ft E A W In NB Cor. and WH, of NEVi\ W of B 310 ft. W10ft.N110
of aame A Lot 7 ex. SO SS ( SI S. B John _.____ 9129 ft. to Mtrtlnon' St. thence
tered unto him, as ft. A part of lots S S of a LoR"Vt 8 4 iTrinrofBlk. sail Bt. 310 ft. to
',to Elijah" (1 King 19:9): Blk. 18 Original Town of 11 T.mpl.'s Additionto :.oe.n l In Qaxkln' Add.__S3 I II .- B. C. A C. 8. Holtieadorf 11.11
Starke In NEH of 8WK-1S\ < 11 B. V.. Knight II." Btark In NEVi of Com. 110 ft. B of BW Cor. .
I temptation the devil "dam ., Com. SO ft. 8 of NE Cor. ..:. NWV4 and WH of NEH of MadUon: A Myrtle Bte.SH .
Him for a season"" but of Lot B\ of Blk. 18 A run w of Ry. ________ i-i._.is ( II M. R, Llddon ..... ct." A run it on Myrtle 8t.
W50ftS$5ft.B60ft. Lot. 11 13 of Blk. 11 Tm- 118 ft. W 110 ft. N 110 ft.PI .
tinted he does to .
,as us n 81 ft. to bes Original ple' Add. to Btark In 110 ft to b.w. In Ga.k i
Town of Btarke In NEIL NRH\ of NWH and WH of In'. Add. _- __ ___-___ II 8 II B C. A. C. S. IIH..n.orf (..*
after that John was put of BWtt\ ._______IS 11 a. A. Bishop1.36.. NY\4\ W of fty. ______.SS ( It Mrs. P. B.! Bailey ....? 7.15 Com. 110 re. W of 8W Cor.
j : Residence lot on W aide of Lot. 13 14 of Blk. 16 Tem of Madison A. Myrtle Ste.
.:'Jesus came into galilee, Blk 18 bounded N by Call ple'a Addition to Btark A run W 110 ft. to Wet.
St. R by Btarke house A In NEH\ of NWH and Wyi moreland Ht. thence 8 on
the of the
gospel klng- W. H. River. 8 by Mad-. .. of NBH W pf Ky. _____38 ( It T. J. Alderman -.....-- 17." aid St. 420 ft. N 430 ft.
_ and saying, the time laon St. A W by Court Bt. /- Lot I of Blk. 14 Temple'. to heir A deaisnated. on
and the kingdom of ex. lota In NW Cor. sold .. Add. to Stark. In NBH map of aaekln'a Add. a.
J. R. Davie A Bon A ,, of NWH\ and WH S U B. C. A C B. Holtiendorf 10.65
: hand; repent ye, and be- Richard A .x. lot sold NEI4 Wot R'' ofj ( It L 6. Fravatt _____ 11.11 1U kinffiW Col pt1I

gospeL" Clara L. Peek Original Lot 8 8 10 11 IS "of"BlkTiiTempi 'BEH! of BBH\ of NEH\ ___II ( 11 L. A. Davl. Jr. _...... 1.71
_ I I Town of Stark. In NEV4\ *'* < "NW\t\ I acre In NEH\ of BBH
erpd himself had sent of 8W% ----------fl ( 11 Unknown .10.... Btarke In NEST of bounded E by Dowllns'a
Lots 1 8 of Blk IS Orl and of NEVI\ W Add. 8 by Bt. W by St. A ?
I laid hold upon John, and i foal Town of Stark InNEM By' WH ofj ( tt C. L. Peek .....? ...._ (... N by Oaaliln'a; Add. -Itt ( It J. O. Boyd H ._ ....

m in prison for Herodias'brother of 8WK __ 18 ( 11 deo. C. Krui ".01 Lot 'ls"i4""of Bik"i3""Tniple'e acr.i In BW Cor. of STCH\
i Philip's wife; for Lot 7 of Blk. IS Original<< Addition to Btark of BEH A. W 1 A of BEH .
Town of Stark. In NEIL In of NWH\ and, of SEH _* ( ItI Mr. V. Torruella. 41.06f.SI
|married her. For John of 8WV, --____18 (11 P. & MoMlllan 11.05 WH o/VlSH W of Ry__ ( II Lola reek Perryman T.I5 One lot of IanA 140 ,..ard.N .

I unto Herod, It Is not law- Blk. 19 aa extended on En- Lot i of nBlkio 34 Temple's: I A 8 by 120 :yarde B A
ley Mapex.S100ft. A Btark In SB Cor. of BEH of
t ee to have thy brother'she ... a strip of land 80 ft. NEVI, of NWH and WH :'mn : U II T. J. Alderman ___
'r on Madison Bt. by 171 ft, of NEH W of H,.. ___._38 ( 11 W. R. Crosby ... .. T.SI Com. CorT"of""SEi"
on Walnut St. .old to L. Lots 11 13 of Blk. 34 T.m- of 8FV and run W 376 ft. .
as walked by the sea A. Davie Original Town Addition to Btark to W line of B. W. Dnig-

1, he saw Simon and An- of Starke In NEii of Rle'a of NWU and WH, er'a land, thence N on
_ brother 'for i WVWof xtend-edit ( SI J. W. Andrews n." of NID:\ W of Ry. ____SI ( II -= A. J. Thomas 7.SS said land 343 ft. to a pt.
they nacre \ But SO ae : Lots 1 I of Blk. IT Tm- of bag thence N 478 ft. I
saw sail unto them on Kncey Map ... 8 106 A-dltfon Btark I W 840 ft. 8 471 ft. E 369
ft. Original Town of r.le' ( of S4to ft. to the pt. of be*.-4
I after Me and I will make I Stark.. In NBU of SWM32\ Mrs. XL I*. Johns 4L18 of NBH W ofByWRIT ( tl Mrs. Fronl Clemoo (..| A In BEH} of SEH ____39NH ( 33 Mrs. Rachel MoArlhur. 17."
me i fisher of men. Andy EH of Blk. 34 aa extended eoae_ Lot. 4 6 4 7 11 of BIll: 17 I of BWH of BBH of
I' on En..? Map ... a 101 Temple'a Addition to KEV4 ef ditch SH
they for-sook their ft. OrlsloaJ Town of Btark la NJ6* of JTWI4 I crea N- ........n h 19 ( II L..L Darts. Jr. _M.t. 7.01I



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) 1 VALEDICTORYAfter I basis of settlement with the del \rd asking: that the boar app and I If" the road camps, with the Incentive .4
Bradford County TelegraphEstablished llnquent! If settlement at fifty } e the acceptance of leas old \ to reclaim all the drift
+ forty years of ownership ]I II From Other Pens If per cent has been made with a vale payments on; turpe Ine wood. And the years have bourne

1877 am retiring from the Bradford delinquent then the property owner right which would permit tu >enI I shining fruit to-prov.* the wisdom

County Telegraph to be succeededby who has paid his taxes regu- tlne"t01>ratora to operate on I Unda of this effort For many a man.

MEM.BERFLORlDAPRESS my son, Eugene Liddon Matthews TilE NEW YEAR'S COVENANT larly is entitled to half his money on whip! delinquent taxes now' ex- and many a woman has left the

who has been In charge ol -J back. let U motion board decided to care of the prison division of Flor-

ASSOCIATION the paper since* last July. (By Henry K&Uam Tweedy) This rank injustice is at the continua recommend said pay- ida with determination to guard
The young man has taken over If Thou wilt walk i O Father by I bottom of most of the present menu sub>;t to approval of the the future and their successes in
i 1932 \t oaeL the ownership and management ot my side difficulty in collecting taxes, and comptroller! later life provide their own re-
CL1e the newspaper and printing plant, Along the climbing pathway of it Is a pleasure to learn that the H. D. May',Appeared before the wards.
[J..ot..Wa/ld OLLG sJ
J i : together with the good will of the the year supreme court has recently ren- board repre &\ g a saw milling\ Ability capacity 'calm and un-

business and accounts receivable. In lowland mist, through forest dered a decision which Is designedto the purchase of obstruslve competence is found in "
He assumes and will pay any accounts ,, put a stop to this unfair practice tax certificates
and Second Class gloom, on radiant height an eighty acre surprising abundance among the
t Published Weekly on Fridays Entered as i
that the business may owe. I will not fear! The Leesburg Commercial In tract of land. Uptoimotlon action wards of the State To bring this
Matter at the Post Office at Starke. FloridaE. The new owner and editor'of the '. a recent Issue commented on the was deferred untll\"!xt meeting. to the service of all the people is

Telegraph is a native of Starke and decision and raises the question as The board then proceed to se- a challenge to the people of this

L. Matthews________________________Editor and Owner has spent his life here except for No man can harm me but myself, to what will happen If all of the lect not less than 250), nor more sunny Southern: State and right
two years at Virginia Military In- gray ghostsAll property owners who have been than 600 names fromHtl. various manfully are they rising to acceptthe
SUBSCRIPTION RATE stitute and two years at Columbia vanish in faith's dawn. WhatI gypped decide to sue for what is precincts of Bradford Gouty\ and challenge.
University New York City, wherehe must doI due them and get Judgment. furnished list of names selected: .
Yearly, $1.50; Six Months, 75o-Payable> In Advance graduated from the College or can. And Death? He is but Probably those who have paid to, the clerk of the circultv-ourt:

'' Advertising Rates on ApplicationThis Journalism in June of last year. doorkeeper to Afe.I and been penalized for their and clerk of said board, as tnVau", ;- MILITANT- MARY-J
As school boy and young man his will not fear!II promptness will never be able to directs. Said names to be wrlt n

life in the community has been I recover, as their money has been upon slips of paper and fold*?\ lbe-"eed"-of I
is open season on cold shower liars. think such as to make it unnecessary will be true- spent, but It Is hoped that by and deposited by the sheriff couri, 1

+ o for me to introduce and com- True to myself that thought oi court decision or new legislationsuch ty judge and clerk in a box under iweahb-ond-fame-exi&i 1 1i ;
mend him to the public whom he Thine in flesh, a practice as has so long been lock and key and from said box
Technocrat is being used by columnists to fill a line or Is now to serve. As one who haswatched To be made perfect;, true to man, countenanced will be banished forever the names of jurors to be drawn a in-eacb-roanVcbesi i

two. his development with the to Thee,> ., to serve In the circuit court as prescribed 'we-KNOW
keenest interest I am 'content to lest I The system has the effect of by law. i 1
o. 0 God Keep 1'e prove
let his own life speak for him. false In one -to all! punishing' the taxpayer 'who Is 'There being no further bUsinessthe But"fewand-'far

"Relief for the farmer" is still being considered in Wash- The deep regret that I would I will be true! prompt and rewarding the tax board adjourned until the next apart-are-ibey: '
ordinarily feel at making an- slacker who hangs back. It was regular meeting which will be held 3:

ington. nouncement of my retirement from I will be brave- inevitable that the former should on the first Monday in February WITHWITTO1WKETHEM'

o activity in the newspaper field Is Not only on a battlefield where get tired of carrying a double load 1933, at 10 o'clock a. m. ; '
mellowed by the circumstancethat and himself paying. This has A. J. Thomas Clerk:
1932 is gone-step on the gas and make 1933 the bestwe've Martial music makes man's cour- quit "
my paper' Is passing Into the happened to such an extent that a !I
,had. hands of an only: son'whose char. But in age the simple living of my change Is necessary or there will STATE PRISON AIMIS ROW c

o acter and morals and Intellectual daily life.I be no money with which to carryon RECLAMATIONContinued' .- -
training qualify him, :I believe, to! the government. Arcadia _
; the It be done if will be brave! '
Writer. asks can we beat depression. can become a worthy member of the Arcadian.
( from 1)) \
we forget it ever existed. Florida newspaper fraternity. ---o--
This Happy circumstance .leaves I will be wise. I -, -- --, -... tlon at Raltorc!. What else can be Gulf Life Insurance 1
0 I am Life's pupil. Earth's my
expected they must be
within me the feeling'that I am 1
Business men will not lose much time in making up their not, entirely cut off and set'apart schoolroom.) Babe I Late held and instructed by .the only Company \
And sage shall be my teachers, 00 language they understand the N. D. WAINWRIGIIT JR.
from the fellowship of the fine r-
income tax statements this time. Io i men
and women engaged in Florida thrush's' tang ]!_ language of the might? x :x x Local Representative r
Journalism, but if. this"were: not I And glint of 'star'my mood. Yon &c ClassifyBy'tUSSEU. It Is highly probable that the
cliff, rose, brook my books. term driftwood in social life will
True words: A generation ago Sunday was a day of rest. true if the separation were abso-
? is of restlessness. lute, I still could not cease to :jl'will. be. wise. KAV explain many of the dark mys- YOUR OWN fll5fiirv: :
rodajr'it a day :
4 ; > -it 10 r I
0\ teries to and W
as why men women CONCCRNLO WPICN
cherish a feeling of deepest Interest Secretary, fl, ride Pr,, AMociniio. NOUSC IC YOUR11 iIONaQR.
o in the ,.welfare, of the fraternity -i I will be strong. -- Fall under the ban of the law Not ONIRE/---
i and Burdens vveixiaaclet/makers; / ; testswake'powel'srd And while moat folks are whoopin' so long ago I heard a distinguished
With the'atrawberry season in full swing, Plant City can Individually collectively 1
for the fine consideration and and shoutln* congratulations to! Chicagoan declare in a public ad-
4 honestly call itself "The City of Pints." < ,,. many courtesies that have been And weariness,' well won brings I "Our Dave" with ,three cheers anda dress that' the cause of, all law- a

shown to me by them In the past. happy balm, I tiger for the "New Deal", I'm breaking is poverty and that If ev-
z Through all the years that may. 'Tia fretful coward weakness saps I gonna take time out to extend my ery man received a salary of $50a a
A 'kitchen cabinet according to the Tampa Times is us- our strength and kills, -
yet be mine my constant wish will, sympathy, for he's gonna need It. day there would be none to place
: ually assemblage' of too many cooks. be that prosperity and happiness! I will be strong! behind bars.' And a certain famous -

o shall attend you and each of you. There never was a time in our newspaperman proclaimed in
Vl I will be calm.
E. S. MATTHEWS history when the "Head Man" occupied no uncertain tones in a late maga-
Galnesville'Dally Sun believes the "corner" made famousby --0Maybe -- The age's worry' never stirred a a tougher spot than 'right I tine that drinking Is the cause of Your neighbor1 fire lou it

Hoover will be reached on March 4th. leaf now and conslderln' the fact that most of the troubles that folks likely to become your Ion.
I'll drown mine deep then in a have with the law. Inheritancehas
after all, the "Head Man" ain'tnothing Don't be without proper uvuiance.
o You've sea of trust, its share to and .
more or less than a human explain revenge -
One observant editor says a woman may be "taken for On which my care-freed soul shall being, he has a hard time tryln is certainly a-,deep cause, Insurance that was adequate

granted" but she "goes without !I sail in qu 1st ness. to satisfy the poor dumb owls who for( I know a man who robbed a a tew ago may need
never saying. : Heard It But I will be calm! raga ..
j jIt insist on lookln' at him as a Wizardor certain corporation of many thous- revision r|
o miracle-worker. ands because years before this Lee us offer our advice,
If the holder of a diploma could always keep his mouth I will be Just. Same corporation wrought an injustice
is rumored that there is I know so little(of myself of WALLINSURANCE
soon men. Personally I feel that "Dave" li against the family of this HAROLD C.
shut the certificate might be worth something. to be a new star in the social Of life. Shall I'Interpret. / harshly T absolutely sincere and I believe h man; he making' his time toe -

firmament of Starke. Bold on Bind r r will make every effort to fulfil)L nlght but says he is happy in the
erybody and wait for further f And loose as In the seat of God? but thought of STARES FLORIDA
ev-r campaign pledges. youknow revenge accomplished.
Exchange defines a husband as a man who will kiss his
nouncements. The Bend low.iO soul!
news will IIII a lot of us folks signed notes I A burning ambition to leap the
wife:without taking the cigar from his mouth ably break next week.. Can you I will be Just II Ix I and made promises awhile back at gulf between poverty and affluence

> < 0 wait? the height of the boom, only to leads many to take the.fatal step BORES GIDDENS
will be kind. wake later on and find we which society will not Andso
up forgive.
Youngsters have decided flu is not so bad, if it has the The only reason that we can't; To bird and beast, to friend and couldn't even pay the INTEREST, grows the list drawn to explain FUNERAL DIRECTORS

power''to give them an extra'week of vacation. tell: you more about it this week 1* foe alike...>.. and it wasn't that we didn't want why the law Is set aside by certain I I

} o because.it hasn't been named ..yet A prieat of Joy! 0 churl to make to or hadn't expected to, but was men and women. Many other Courteous ServiceE.epytai.E
U:( a meeting Wednesday night aught sad! due enlrely to matter beyond our causes have been set forth. Learned -
.. .
,Anyway people are not complaining this winter about charter members sat around for Better unborn than leave a crawl- controL dissertations have been roder. tad
propounded The beat for !.... VUlt ...
not having room in their pockets for their hands. hours with their alleged thinkingcaps ing trail of woe! proving, apparently to the haw poor ear depot .t-Be.-
on and the only two sugges- I will be kind!II And now we have shoved Mr. satisfaction of the author that ....'. mrchoaM, Stark, Ft*'., .*
o- tions made were "The Buzzards" Sholtz in the pitcher's box in the here should beno social distinc- 9e-ar. g..as lllvcrald AT....,
Style hint says next summer's bathing suits are coming and the "Goofus Club". Hence the will be glad. ninth inning with the score against tions.: And I take it that, all of ..."...0..11.. Florda.PHOeiE .

s' out without straps. Another worry for the bathers christening was postponed, both-of Glad of the whole of life. Bitter him and the bases full, the whole these have been observed in certain S-O3O4

the: proposed names seeming to rue grandstand roared Its approval aa cases, and perhaps all of them have AMBULANCE]' 5ERVICE
0 lack that certain something.' And fragrant thyme are good. he walked out to the mound and shown the specific cause of a certain -

After the trading season closed, one store selling a dozen Serpent and dove spit on his glove and now the mob burglary or murder or robberyor
$ Maybe It's Just that | Thou madest.' Let me drink Life'scup assault "1__ ....J.. .... ._ UTn.-
fancy Christmas ties found they had eighteen on hand. has quieted down while he's warm- or breaking and enter
Bad taste In our mouth toot sip-ita foam!
Ing awaiting the first pitch. ing.
I up
? ''t 0- From licking too many .. r will! 'be,glad*, I Fastenings Cast Aside
rf Three cent ., -, '
stamps, "
'Of course it would be nice It he' Yet in almost every case thereIs ATLASThe
those who
Usually contend we have too laws But
many can we wonder I will be Love '.
; could put enough stuff on the bal found one common element. The
name two or three things there should be a "law against." It others become I Not loving merely, but Love's very to lay 'em down One Two, Three Immedate causes of derelectlon

o SlIghUyannoyed self but remember, he's up against a may be many but the starting Standard Oil
At times when
reading That gives Its life to do while bunch of sure-enough ball-players point will in almost every case by
Hillyard (Wash.) News says you can judge the wheels Stuff spread downA others prate They're seasoned veterans and the same In some way these adventures Tire GuaranteedOne

'zi, In a man's head by the spokes that come out of his mouth. or-what column Is like worse this-.like, this-It I Of doing' and grows Christllkneath < they know all the trick, so don' became drifters. Per-
the Cross of Man!
start razzln' our young pitcher It haps some were solidly fixed In
..... gives us-the uncomfortable
feelIng I
G will be Love! conviction and
tit hit two principle for
of they happen get a or many
riding In-a model T
.:failing to get ,beer by Christmas, the wets now hope to =: the.road to-the ,State'Farm over I will be great: off of him at the start years the and late in life cast aside Nta..........s
fastenings that meant normal
have It by the coming spring. They're assured of shine by we thank you-top', much-; Not In my littleness nor in the Remember, the best little ball. safety. Driftwood on the stream.

1 i Jthe ,bra ch. mouth of life.
player in the world can't win the
Lots of folks Frigidairethe
1' have asked Us If Of men, but In work and
my game all by himself, he's gotta It is hard to believe that a man
0 ; there, was a big crowd, at the In- MustI
'ft/ spirit. fixed In :
the of custom
have plenty of support and'that'swhere ways ac-
,f If brewers have their way, drug stores will be.expected Tuesday auguration was; but we can't: say, since fret if Fame doffs not Its cap? you and I and the rest of cepted by the ages will go far from three guar- '
our first time In
the Use year :
,1 to, add beer to the long list of "drugs" to be found at any modern capital city during that gala event I will me, O God! the folks come In, we'll have to be the teachings of his heritage.
I drug store. However several natives'of Tal- A@ great! ready and on our toes and back Firmly entrenched by habits of anted electric refrig--
\ .
thought and attitude .
lahassee him up all the way' through. toward the 4
say that the crowd
0 was I will. I -dust? rights of others they will not-be
larger than In past years, and very Nay. I.Ltd.c.lfl And yet there Is seen under circumstances
r Whon Dave talked to the Press any giv-
. ? It's Governor Dave Sholtz now and he deserves the ut- much drier. Is prohibition ''really t 'HO |If...J!> T6 |IR"I' I- Association', at' their,'meeting In Ing' trouble Their'lIves are'lived

most co-operation and a bit of sympathy too, from every beginning to work or are folks With Cod. All's mine if I will Hollywood last October, he only In a groove that la proper and ut- *. 'V1For

citizen In his tasks. Just holding of the off real until they can'getsome take... 'Th.;It's asked one thing of the boys and terly safe both for themselves and sale bySmith's
thing With me, I can do all, be all. at- that was a request that they would for all others.

f o tain the Christ! stand behind him Just as long as But If any moment sees the life

Peace must prove tiresome to some ex-soldiers judging newspaper Something accounts you didn't read was In that the I will-with God! they felt he was right, and surelythat's ; torn; from the roots of solid living Service
the least do. then: the time of stress and '
I from the action of a veteran in an adjoining county in marrying Sholtz in taking the oath of office Then walk, O ,Father, dally by anyone can begins. Selflshiness, love danger of adventure -

4 a widow with fourteen children. got and his had words a little twisted my side Alright batter up Jet's PLAY Jealously, hatred revenge
once to back and
up star) Along the
climbing of
BALL. poverty greed or drinking StationStarke
the may
o phrase over again. The won- the year r
o r --OCC'MIIHSSIONERS momentarily thrust the Intoa
Then there is the minister who decided to spend hb time on der the to threshold us Is that of a four man such standing For ,so I shall clasp hands with I : Job that the laws condemn. But

; 'between years Love and Power. OLD AND NEW MEET drifting first brought the individual Fla. t
4 Sunday sermons working at a filling station that he as the Governor faces, still worn And shall not fear! ,
' ; might have an opportunity to greet his membership. from a trying campaign and sur- --0- i far from the shelter of established '''I I I "
(Continued from ) custom
rounded by thousands of trusting page and under the \
o- ___ souls could repeat anything after A GRAVE INJUSTICE Arthur Newman appeared be- gloomy wing of sudden tempestuous -

Free potatoes must be like free'Crl..flour. Kansas farmer anybody and get It right. It Is a fore the board asking for relief disaster. :x x x Satsuma Orange
The Arcadian has number because of incapacity to perform
feat of skill equalled only by the on a First if the people would do a
r advertised he would give poor people potatoes if they would bridegroom who gets through the of occasion-cried our against the manual labor. Upon motion he service of the first magnitude to .

come after them,. and later reported'that twenty poor people marriage ceremony without an error -I manifest Injustice done the regular was allowed $2.00 for one month. the youthful generation Just now
"' drove up in one day in their automobiles for the tax-payer'-when' the charges Deputy sheriff's bonds were ap- facing the morning of manhood,, Trees for SaleOr
F spuds. against delinquent are compromised proved for VV. W Batsden and J. and womanhood, they would see tot

-0 And if you don't believe that the and settled Convicts at the state prison farm Inauguration had any Immediate count. This +baa occurred in Mr. L. H. Hill of Lawtey,'representing ways of solidity and gentility anything I can I need,a
are of reports effect locally-Just look how short countless cases- all over the state Mrs. Mamie Oriffls asked Second, if the people would do a mule, some cow Including one
published in northern papers about treatment given prisoners this column this week. and a few year.,ago the legislature for adjustment of 1933 taxes After service of the first magnitude to good milk cow, also corn and r

e in this state. And if the critics don't believe their story, they o passed a measure authorizIng due consideration, ,no change hose at Raiford who have been hay or fodder., a truck, Cole

it can come down and spend the winter with the Brooksyille Brooksvills Business the counties to adopt a schedule was made. paying the price, they would makeit Planter, one-hors wagon and
< _. prisoners.L College r .!atlng. "" of compromise and settle for as Communication from the beneficiary easy for them when they are released farm tool Can also- use S or
<" O t ; -t-.t. low as fifty cents on the dollar tor Counties' AlsotJaUon: was to find:> place*where they 10 fat hogs.

If ,the city dads are looking for so'm I Mount/Dora Extension' delinquent tax items. presented to thefboard asking for can be'sheltered against the buf- Tree now at my place adjoining
1933 measure'to start of white There Is no gainsaying the truth $172.93 Bradfbrd: 'County's pro- etlng'of-fate'until-they too have Cr byeemet8WJ's.e'J.aeJ'ADdeno. ::
off properly, a better beginning could way system Completed.Miami \ Qf the assertion that when settle rata share of- .
not be found than expenee for defend- become fixed In the- ways oft solidity ... on place x
to remove the the ment Is made, with a delinquentat ing the 1931 tax law.
dilapidated eyesore on the east side of the Heath gas Upon and gentility. x :x x
'" : -Blackstone Hotel
courthouse. it less than full value of the motion action was deterred on The Board of Commissioners of Prink
Why has been Aubrey
allowed to stand this long is Washington Avenue and 8th amount due
a street him. then the same until the fret meeting In State Institutions does all that circumstances -
source of wonder to anyone with bit opened under managementof county owes the
a of civic pride. Alfred Stone. regular payer an July. will ,permit to furnish:
amount to put him on the :same 1* G. Powell appeared before the Raiford Farm No. 2 In the Glades -State- *mC

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